Samsung MH SERIES Product specifications

Samsung MH SERIES Product specifications
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FREE JOINT MULTI AIR CONDITIONER
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
MH026FPEA
MH035FPEA
MH052FPEA
MH026FKEA
MH035FKEA
MH052FDEA
MH068FXEA4
MH080FXEA4
SERVICE
AIR CONDITIONER
Manual
CONTENTS
1. Product Specifications
2. Operation Instruction & Installation
3. Disassembly and Reassembly
4. Refrigerating Cycle Diagram
5. Set Up the Model Option
6. Troubleshooting
7. Exploded Views and Parts List
8. Block Diagram
9. Wiring Diagram
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1. Product Specifications
1-1 Table
Model
MH026FPEA
Item
Type
Cooling
kW
Heating
|/h
Dehumidifying
Cooling
Air Volume
m3/min
Heating
Performance
Cooling
Noise
Energy Efficiency Ratio
dB
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1.4
1.9
2.5
6.4
8.2
13.0
7.4
8.6
13.5
39
42
48
2.60
1-220~240-50
1-220~240-50
1-220~240-50
Cooling
Cooling
WxHxD
860
1,140
1,590
1,310
1,630
2,470
3.7
5.0
6.9
5.7
7.1
10.7
98.7
94.8
94.8
99.9
98.7
96.6
mm
795 x 258 x 179
890 x 285 x 179
1,080 x 315 x 205
inch
31.3 x 10.2 x 7.0
35.0 x 11.2 x 7.0
42.5 x 12.4 x 8.1
W
A
%
kg
7.5
8.5
13
Liquid
mm x L(m)
ø6.35 x 7
ø6.35 x 7
ø6.35 x 7
GAS
mm x L(m)
ø9.52 x 7
ø9.52 x 7
ø12.7 x 7
D x L(mm)
ø18 x 2,000
ø18 x 2,000
ø18 x 2,000
Cross-fan
Cross-fan
Cross-fan
steel
steel
steel
11
15
19
2ROW 10STEP
2ROW 12STEP
2ROW 16STEP
EEV
EEV
EEV
Type
Rated Output
Refrigerant Control Unit
5.60
2.50
W/W
Type
Heat Exchanger
3.80
2.40
Drain Hose
Motor
2.90
48
Weight
Blower
5.20
3.31
Heating
Refrigerant Pipe
3.50
42
Cooling
Outer Dimension
2.60
3.08
Heating
Power Factor
Wall-mounted
39
Heating
Operating Current
Wall-mounted
3.04
V-Hz
Power Consumption
Wall-mounted
Cooling
Power
Size
MH052FPEA
Heating
Heating
Power
MH035FPEA
INDOOR UNIT
W
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Table(cont.)
Model
MH026FKEA
MH035FKEA
MH052FDEA
INDOOR UNIT
Item
2.6
3.5
5.2
2.9
3.8
5.6
AC 220~240V, 50Hz
AC 220~240V, 50Hz
AC 220~240V, 50Hz
W
860 / 1,310
1,140 / 1,630
1,590 / 2,470
A
3.7 / 5.7
5.0 / 7.1
6.9
Hi
r.p.m.
1,070
1,210
730
Med
r.p.m.
1,000
1,140
680
Low
r.p.m.
930
1,070
630
Hi
m /min
6.84
8.61
18
Med
m3/min
6.32
8.13
17
Low
m /min
5.83
7.70
16
Hi
dB(A)
40
42
45
Type
ø7.0 SLIT
ø7.0 SLIT
ø7.0 SLIT
Row x Stages x Fin Pitch
2 x 14 x 1.5
2 x 14 x 1.5
2 x 12 x 1.5
Type
Cross flow
Cross flow
Sirocco
28
97
Cooling
Capacity
kW
Heating
Power Supply
Power Input
Cooling / Heating
Running Current
Cooling / Heating
Fan Speed
(at 0mmAq)
Air Circulation
Noise Level
(Sound Pressure)
3
3
Indoor Unit
Heat Exchanger
Fan
Dimensions
Weight
2
Motor Output
W
28
H
mm
180
180
260
W
mm
970
970
1,340
D
mm
390
390
600
Net / Gross
15 / 18
15 / 18
41 / 47
kg
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Table(cont.)
Model
MH068FXEA4
MH080FXEA4
Item
OUTDOOR UNIT
Type
Free Joint Multi
Capacity
Performance
Cooling
kW
2.6 ~ 9.3
2.6 ~ 8.7
Heating
BTU/h
2.9 ~ 10.9
2.9 ~ 10.6
m /min
48
48
58
58
59
59
Air Volume
Noise
3
Cooling
dB
Heating
Power
Power Consumption
Power
Operating Current
890 ~ 2,820
885 ~ 2,486
Heating
822 ~ 2,868
822 ~ 2,789
Cooling
3.9 ~ 12.3
3.8 ~ 10.8
3.6 ~ 12.5
3.6 ~ 12.1
880 x 796 x 330
880 x 796 x 330
Twin Rotary
Twin Rotary
G5T360FU1EK
G5T360FU1EK
Propeller
Propeller
ø460
ø460
2ROW 36STEP
2ROW 36STEP
EEV
EEV
2,900
2,900
Cooling
W
A
Heating
Fuse Capacity
Size
Dimension
A
WxHxD
Weight
mm
kg
Type
Model Name
Compressor
Motor
Type
Rated Output
Freezer Oil
1-220-240V~, 50Hz
ø-V-Hz
W
Type
Capacity
cc
Protection Device
Fan Motor
&
Blower
Blower
Type
Size
Motor
Rated Output
Capacitor
OD(mm) x L(m)
W
uF x VAC
Heat Exchanger
Refrigerant Control Unit
Refrigerant to Charge(R410A)
gr
Remark : Test Condition
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Indoor Room
Outdoor Room
Cooling Test
DB27˚C / WB19˚C
DB35˚C / WB24˚C
Maximum Operation
DB32˚C / WB23˚C
DB43˚C / WB26˚C
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1-2 Technical Document (Pressure Graph)
1-2-1 MH080FXEA4 / MH068FXEA4
■ Cooling(7.5m–Piping)
170%(ex.026+026+035+052)
Outdoor
Indoor
21
21.2
8.7
58.4
10.9
21.2
8.2
58.7
8.2
21
27
21.9
10.1
57.5
13.9
21.7
9.4
57.1
11.4
32
22.4
11.3
56.0
16.4
22.2
10.6
55.8
14.5
21
30.3
9.4
78.5
12.8
30.2
9.0
78.5
10.2
27
30.9
10.6
78.7
16.8
30.7
10.0
78.0
14.2
32
31.6
12.0
76.3
19.4
31.7
11.4
76.7
17.2
35
43
4
P_high
P_low
T_dis
100%(ex.026+026+052)
T_suc
P_high
P_low
T_dis
T_suc
21
36.1
9.8
89.8
12.8
36.2
9.4
91.5
11.4
27
37.0
11.1
90.5
17.7
36.8
10.6
89.1
14.2
32
37.6
12.5
88.2
20.6
37.4
11.8
86.8
16.7
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Product Specifications
2-1-1 MH18AP1(P2)
■ Cooling(17.5m–Piping)
170%(ex.026+026+035+052)
Outdoor
Indoor
21 / 15
20.0
8.3
20.0
7.8
21 / 15
27 / 19
20.7
9.7
20.5
9.0
32 / 23
21.2
10.9
21.0
10.2
21 / 15
29.1
9.0
29.0
8.6
27 / 19
29.7
10.2
29.5
9.6
32 / 23
30.4
11.6
30.5
11.0
35 / 24
43 / 26
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P_high
P_low
100%(ex.026+026+052)
P_high
P_low
21 / 15
34.9
9.4
35.0
9.0
27 / 19
35.8
10.7
35.6
10.2
32 / 23
36.4
12.1
36.2
11.4
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Product Specifications
■ Heating(7.5m–Piping)
170%(ex.026+026+035+052)
Outdoor
-10
7
24
6
100%(ex.026+026+052)
Indoor
P_high
P_low
T_dis
T_suc
P_high
P_low
T_dis
T_suc
20
18.0
6.4
60.1
-18.9
18.8
6.7
59.8
-17.4
27
20.8
7.0
66.3
-17.1
21.7
7.1
67.0
-15.7
20
21.2
10.6
57.9
-1.8
23.2
10.6
64.9
-0.2
27
24.4
11.0
63.0
-0.9
26.3
11.0
69.1
0.5
20
22.5
12.9
60.8
16.4
26.4
13.4
71.9
17.3
27
25.5
13.8
64.3
16.8
29.5
14.2
75.9
17.7
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Product Specifications
■ Heating(17.5m–Piping)
170%(ex.026+026+035+052)
Outdoor
-10
7/6
24 / 18
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100%(ex.026+026+052)
Indoor
P_high
P_low
P_high
P_low
20 / 15
16.8
6.0
17.6
6.3
27 / 15
19.6
6.6
20.5
6.7
20 / 15
20.0
10.2
22.0
10.2
27 / 15
23.2
10.6
25.1
10.6
20 / 15
21.3
12.5
25.2
13.0
27 / 15
24.3
13.4
28.3
13.8
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2. Operation Instruction & Installation
2-1 Operation Instruction
2-1-1 The Feature of Key in remote control
No
1
BUTTON
FUNCTION
(On/Off)
On/Off button.
Press the
button to stop or run the air conditioner.
(UP)
Temperature adjustment button(UP).
The temperature is increased by the pressing the temperature button.
(DOWN)
Temperature adjustment button(DOWN).
The temperature is decreased by the pressing the temperature button.
2
Mode selection button.
Each time you press this button,
mode is changed in the following order.
3
: Auto Mode
: Fan Mode
: Cool Mode
: Heat Mode
: Dry Mode
Fan speed adjustment button.
Each time you press this button, FAN SPEED is changed in the following order.
4
Low
Medium
High
Automatic(rotated :
8
)
5
Swing button.
It adjusts the airflow to upward and downward.
6
Turbo button.
The air conditioner cools or heats the room as quickly as possible.
After 30 minutes, the air conditioner is reset automatically to the previous mode.
7
Sleep button.
The sleep timer can be used when you are cooling or heating your room to switch the
air conditioner off automatically after a period of 6 hours.
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The Feature of Key in remote control(cont.)
No
BUTTON
8
FUNCTION
On Timer button.
The On Timer enables you to switch on the air conditioner automatically after
a given period of time that is from 30 minutes to 24 hours.
To set the operating time, press the
time display.
9
Off Timer button.
The Off Timer enables you to switch off the air conditioner automatically after
a given period of time that is from 30 minutes to 24 hours.
To set the operating time, press the
time display.
10
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button one or more times until the required
Timer Set/Cancel button.
After setting On Timer or Off Timer, press the
And press the
11
button one or more times until the required
button to set it completely.
button again to cancel On Timer or Off Timer set.
Digital On/Off button.
If you want to turn off the display during operation press the
button.
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Operation Instruction & Installation
2-1-2 Name & Function of Key in remote control
1.
AUTO MODE : In this mode, operation mode(COOL,
HEAT) is selected automatically by the room temperature
of initial operation.
Room Temp.
Operation Type
Tr≥ 21°C+∆T
Cool Operation (Set Temp.:24˚C+∆T)
21°C +∆T>Tr
Heat Operation (Set Temp.:22˚C+∆T)
∆T= -1°C, -2°C, 0°C, +1°C, +2°C
∆T is controlled by setting temperature up/down key of
remote control
2.
COOL MODE : The unit operates according to the
difference between the setting and room temperature.
(18°C~30°C)
3.
HEAT MODE : The unit operates according to the
difference between the setting and room temperature.(16°C~30°C)
*Prevention against cold wind : In order to prevent the
cool air from flowing out at the heat mode, the indoor fan
does not operate or operates very slowly in the
following cases. At this time, the indoor heat exchanger
will be preheating.
- For 3~5 minutes after the initial operation
- For deicing operation
- The operation of an indoor fan in accordance with
the temperature of an indoor heat exchanger
The temperature of
indoor heat exchanger
DRY MODE : Has 3 states, each determined by room
temperature.
The unit operates in DRY mode.
*Compressor ON/OFF Time is controlled compulsorily
(can not set up the fan speed, always breeze).
*Protective function : Low temperature release.
(Prevention against freeze)
5.
TURBO MODE : This mode is available in AUTO, COOL,
HEAT, DRY, FAN MODE.
When this button is pressed at first, the air conditioner is
operated "powerful" state for 30 minutes regardless of the
set temperature, room temperature.
When this button is pressed again, or when the operating
time is 30 minutes, turbo operation mode is canceled and
returned to the previous mode.
*But, if you press the TURBO button in DRY or FAN
mode that is changed with AUTO mode automatically.
6.
SLEEP MODE : Sleep mode is available only in COOL or
HEAT mode.
The operation will stop after 6 hours.
*In COOL mode : The setting temperature is automatically raised by 1°C each 1hour When the temperature
has been raised by total of 2°C, that temperature is
maintained.
*In HEAT mode : The setting temperature is automatically
dropped by 1°C each 1hour.
When the temperature has been dropped by total of 2°C,
that temperature is maintained.
7.
FAN SPEED : Manual (3 step), Auto (4 step)
Fan speed automatically varies depending on both the
difference between setting and the room temperature.
8.
COMPULSORY OPERATION :
For operating the air conditioner without the remote
control.
*The air conditioner starts up in the most suitable mode
for the room temperature:
Indoor fan speed
below 28˚C
off
28˚C~below 34˚C
LL Speed
34˚C~below 40˚C
L Speed
above 40˚C
Setting Speed
*High temperature release function : It is a function to
detect an outdoor overload by the sensor of an indoor
heat exchanger and to turn the outdoor fan or the
compressor ON/OFF for safety.
*Deice : Deicing operation is controlled by indoor unit's
heat exchanger temperature and accumulating time of
compressor's operation.
Deice ends by sensing of the processing time by deice
condition.
10
4.
Room Temperature
Operating Mode
Temperature Setting
Less than 21˚C
Heat
24˚C approx.
21˚C or above
Cool
22˚C approx.
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Operation Instruction & Installation
9.
SWING : BLADE-H is rotated vertically by the stepping
motor.
*Swing Set : Press the
button under the remote
control is displayed on LCD the
and the blades
move up and down. If the one more time press the
button, blades location is stop.
10. SETTING THE ON/OFF TIMER. :
*ON TIMER : The On Timer enables you to switch on the
air conditioner automatically after a given period of time.
You can set the period of time from 30 minutes to 24
hours.
*OFF TIMER : The Off Timer enables you to switch off
the air conditioner automatically after a given period of
time. You can set the period of time from 30 minutes to
24 hours.
11. BUZZER SOUND : Whenever the On/Off button is
pressed or whenever change occurs to the condition
which is set up or select, the compulsory operation mode,
buzzer is sounded "beep".
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3. Disassembly and Reassembly
Stop operation of the air conditioner and remove the power cord before repairing the unit.
3-1 Indoor Unit
3-1-1 MH026FPEA / MH035FPEA
No
Parts
1
Front Panel
Procedure
Remark
1) Stop the air conditioner operation and
shut off the main power.
2) Detach tape of Front Panel upper.
3) Slide the lower Front Grille down, then
disassemble it by pulling it forwards.
4) Open the upper Front Grille by pulling right
and left sides of the Grille.
5) Take the left and right Filter out.
6) Loosen one of the right screw and detach
the Terminal Cover.
7) Detach the thermistor from the Front Grille.
8) Loosen 5 fixing screws of Front Grille.
9) Pull the lower left and right of discharge
softly for the outside cover to be pulled out.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
Procedure
Remark
10) At first, press the left and center hook of
the back side of the Panel Grille with the
thumb to remove the hook. And press the
right of the upper side of the Panel Grille
with the fingers. And then disassemble the
Panel Grille.
2
Electrical Parts
(Main PCB)
3
Tray Drain
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1) Take all the connector of PCB upper side
out.(Including Power Cord)
2) Detach the outdoor unit connection wire
from the Terminal Block.
3) If pulling the main PCB up, it will be taken
out.
1) Pull Tray Drain out from the Back Body.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
4
Heat Exchanger
Procedure
1)
2)
3)
4)
Remark
Loosen 2 fixing earth screws of right side.
Detach the Connection Pipe.
Detach the Holder Pipe at the rear side.
Loosen 3 fixing screws of right and left
side.
5) Detach the Heat Exchanger from the
indoor unit.
5
Fan Motor
&
Cross Fan
1) Loosen 2 fixing screws and detach the
Motor Holder.
2) Loosen the fixing screw of Fan Motor.
(with a M3 wrench)
3) Detach the Fan Motor from the Fan.
4) Detach the Fan from the left Holder
Bearing.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3-1-2 MH052FPEA
No
Parts
1
Front Panel
Procedure
Remark
1) Stop the air conditioner operation and
shut off the main power.
2) Detach tape of Front Panel upper.
3) Slide the lower Front Grille down, then
disassemble it by pulling it forwards.
4) Open the upper Front Grille by pulling right
and left sides of the Grille.
5) Take the left and right Filter out.
6) Loosen one of the right screw and detach
the Terminal Cover.
7) Detach the thermistor from the
Front Grille.
8) Loosen 5 fixing screws of Front Grille.
9) Pull the lower left and right of discharge
softly for the outside cover to be pulled out.
10) In order to disassemble the Panel Grille,
press, in order, the left, center, and right of
the upper side of the Panel Grille with the
palm of the hand to remove the hook.
And then disassemble the Panel Grille.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
2
Electrical Parts
(Main PCB)
3
Tray Drain
4
Heat Exchanger
Procedure
Remark
1) Take all the connector of PCB upper side
out.(Including Power Cord)
2) Detach the outdoor unit connection wire
from the Terminal Block.
3) If pulling the main PCB up, it will be taken
out.
1) Pull Tray Drain out from the Back Body.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Loosen 2 fixing earth screws of right side.
Detach the Connection Pipe.
Detach the Holder Pipe at the rear side.
Loosen 3 fixing screws of right and left
side.
5) Detach the Heat Exchanger from the
indoor unit.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
5
Fan Motor
&
Cross Fan
Procedure
Remark
1) Loosen 2 fixing screws and detach the
Motor Holder.
2) Loosen the fixing screw of Fan Motor.
(with a M3 wrench)
3) Detach the Fan Motor from the Fan.
4) Detach the Fan from the left Holder
Bearing.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3-1-3 MH026FKEA / MH035FKEA
No
Parts
1
Front Grille
&
Filter
Procedure
Remark
1) Open the Front-Grille by pushing the tabs
on the grille.
IMPORTANT
You must give attention when disassembling
the Front-Grille and must check the safety
clips have been installed. If you don’t ensure
them, the Front Grille will drop suddenly and
you will be hurt.
2) Detach the Front Grille.
(1) Remove the safety clips.
(2) Open the Front Grille about 45˚ and
pull it forward.
3) Pull out the Air-Filter.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
2
Front Panel
Procedure
Remark
1) Loosen 6 fixing screws holding the
panel as shown picture.
2) Detach the Front-Panel pressing
the 2 hooks on the both sides of the
indoor unit.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
3
Drain Panel
Procedure
Remark
1) Loosen 4 fixing screws for Ass'y Drain
Panel around as shown in pictures.
2) Detach Ass'y Drain Panel as shown in
Pictures.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
4
Control In
Procedure
Remark
1) Detach the Control Cover after
disassembling 2 screws as shown in
pictures.
2) Detach the wire connection part of the
Ass'y Main PCB as shown in picture.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
Procedure
Remark
3) Loosen 2 fixing screws of Case Control
as shown in pictures.
4) Loosen the fixing screw.
5) Detach the Ass'y Case Control part
pulling up.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
Procedure
Remark
6) Loosen the fixing screw and detach
earth cable.
7) Loosen the fixing screw and detach
Terminal Cover as shown in pictures.
8) Loosen 2 fixing screws as shown in
pictures.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
Procedure
Remark
9) Loosen 2 fixing indicating screws of earth
cable and the fixing screw of Base
Terminal.
10) Detach Base Terminal as shown in
picture.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
Procedure
5
Drain Panel Sub
1) Detach Ass'y Drain Panel Sub after
loosen 2 fixing screws both side of it.
6
Evap
1) Loosen 4 fixing screws of Ass'y Evap
around.
Remark
2) Loosen 2 fixing screws as shown in
picture and detach Ass'y Cabinet-Side
LF B.
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No
Parts
Procedure
Remark
3) Detach Ass'y Evap pulling up from the
indoor unit as shown in picture.
7
Cross Fan
1) Loosen 3 fixing screws of cover
Fan Motor and detach cover Fan Motor.
2) Detach Ass'y Cross Fan as shown in
picture.
8
Drain Pump
1) Loosen 4 fixing screws as shown in
picture.
2) Detach Drain Hose and detach Ass'y
Drain Pump as shown in pictures.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
3-1-4 MH052FDEA
No
Parts
1
Filter-Pre
Procedure
Remark
1) Loosen 2 fixing screws of indication
part and then assemble the direction of
2 Plate-Handle places by use of screw
as shown in 2).
2) Turn the Plate Handle by hand when
removing the Filter-Pre.
3) When pulling the Filter-Pre handle,
the Filter-Pre can be assembled.
✳ Be sure to remove the cushion on the
marked part after initial installation.
(It cause the damage of noise).
2
Blower & Duct
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1) After disassembling 9 fixing screws,
detach Ass'y Cover Bottom.
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No
Parts
Procedure
Remark
2) Loosen 6 fixing screws.
3) Detach the Sensor Holder from the
Ass'y Fan Case.
4) Detach from Ass'y Control In the
capacitor connection wire between the
Motor-Fan in and housing Connector.
5) Detach the Ass'y Blower and Duct from
the set.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
3
Control In
Procedure
Remark
1) Loosen the fixing screw, detach
the Cover-Control.
2) Detach the Motor-Fan in and Sensor
Connector connected to PCB.
3) Loosen 2 fixing screws.(arrow mark)
4) Hold the Ass'y Control In by hand to lift up
a little and then release the status of
hanging on the hanging slot.
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No
Parts
4
Drain Pan
5
EVAP
Procedure
Remark
1) Loosen 4 fixing screws to detach Ass'y
Drain Pan. (2 screws each at left and
right side)
✳ Work is possible when disassembling the
Ass'y Drain Pan.
1) Loosen 8 fixing screws. (4 each at left
and right side)
2) Loosen 6 fixing screws.
3) Loosen 5 fixing screws.
✳ It is possible at the status of No.3 Ass'y
Control In disassembly at the time.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
Procedure
Remark
4) Loosen 4 fixing screws.
5) Pull the Cabinet-Side LF, RH by hand to
disassemble.
6) Loosen 4 fixing screws. (2 each at left
and right side)
7) Detach it from the set if the Ass'y-Evap
pull up.
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No
Parts
6
Holder Outlet
Procedure
Remark
✳ When connecting canvas to the discharge
side.
1) Loosen 4 fixing screws. (2 each at left and
right side)
2) Loosen 12 fixing screws. (6 each at upper
and lower side)
✳ After connecting canvas to the
disassembled Ass'y Holder Outlet 2),
attach the Ass'y Holder Outlet to the
set in the reverse order.
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3-2 Outdoor Unit
Take care of the electrical shock by contact on the charging parts before the discharge after power off. (If takes approximately
2 minutes to discharge.)
3-2-1 MH068FXEA4 / MH080FXEA4
No
Parts
1
Common Work
&
Control Out
Procedure
Remark
1) Loosen the fixing screw and detach the
Cover-Valve.
2) Detach the Cable-Connector Wire from
the Terminal-Block.
3) Loosen 5 fixing screws and detach the
Cabinet-Upper.
4) Loosen 5 fixing screws from the
Ass'y-Control Out.
5) Detach the Terminal-Housing from the
Ass'y-Control Out.
6) Detach the Ass'y-Control Out from the
outdoor unit.
7) Loosen 7 fixing screws and detach
the Cabinet-Side.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
2
Fan-Motor
Procedure
Remark
1) Loosen 2 fixing screws of the Guard-Fan.
2) Remove the nut flange.
(Turn to the clockwise.)
3) Detach the Fan.
4) Loosen 4 fixing screws to detach the
Motor.
3
34
Heat Exchanger
1) Loosen 3 fixing screws of Ass'y-Frame
and Partition.
2) Detach the inlet and outlet pipe by
welding.
3) Detach the Heat Exchanger.
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Disassembly and Reassembly
No
Parts
4
Compressor
Procedure
Remark
1) Open the Terminal Cover of Compressor
and unscrew the Connection Terminal.
2) Detach the inlet and outlet pipe of
compressor by welding.
3) Detach the inlet and outlet pipe of
condenser by welding.
4) Loosen the 3 bolts of the lower part.
5) Detach the Compressor.
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4. Refrigerating Cycle Diagram
4-1 MH068FXEA4 / MH080FXEA4
ex) 4 Rooms(MH026FPEA+MH026FPEA+MH035FPEA+MH052FPEA)
OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
ROOM A
Header
(5/8")
Distributor
3/8"
ROOM B
1/2"
ROOM C
1/2"
Service v/v
(5/8")
1/2"
1
2
3
4
ROOM D
3/8"
3/8"
3/8"
1/2"
EEV
Service v/v
(3/8")
Inverter
Comp.
Mainaccum.
Receiver
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
Subaccum.
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5. Set Up the Model Option
5-1 Setting Option Setup Method
ex) Option No. :
Step 1 : Enter the Option Setup mode.
1st
Take out the batteries of remote control.
2nd
Press the temperature
insert the battery again.
3rd
Make sure the remote control display shown as
button simultaneously and
.
Step 2 : Enter the Option Setup mode and select your option according to the following procedure.
1
The default value is
Otherwise, push the
.
button to
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
or
repeatedly.
2
Push the
3
2
1
.
3
Push the
4
5
button to set the display panel to
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
button to set the display panel to
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
6
4
Push the
button to set the display panel to
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
5
Push the
button to set the display panel to
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
✳ Setting is not required if you must
a value which has a
default.
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6
Push the
button to set the display panel to
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
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Set Up the Model Option
7
Press
button, then the default value is
.
8
Push the
button to set the display panel to
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
9
8
9
Push the
7
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
10
11
button to set the display panel to
10
12
Push the
button to set the display panel to
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
11
Push the
button to set the display panel to
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
12
Push the
✳ Setting is not required if you must
a value which has a
default.
button to set the display panel to
.
Every time you push the button, the display panel reads
...
repeatedly.
Step 3 : Upon completion of the selection, check you made right selections.
Press the Mode Selection key,
to set the display part to
and check the display part.
The display part shows
.
Press the Mode Selection key,
The display part shows
to set the display part to
and check the display part.
.
Step 4 : Pressing the ON/OFF button (
)
When pressing the operation ON/OFF key with the direction of remote control for unit, the sound ''Ding'' or ''Diriring'' is
heard and the OPERATION ICON( ) lamp of the display is flickering at the same time, then the input of option is
completed. (If the diriring sound isn't heard, try again pressing the ON/OFF button.)
Step 5 : Unit operation test-run
First, Remove the battery from the remote control.
Second, Re-insert the battery into the remote control.
Third, Press ON/OFF key with the direction of remote control for set.
• Error Mode
1st If all lamps of indoor unit are flickering, Plug out, plug in power plug again and press ON/OFF key to retry.
2nd If the unit is not working properly or all lamps are continuously flickering after setting the option code, see if the correct option code is
set up for it's model.
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Set up the Model Option
■ Table of the option code
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MODEL
OPTION CODE
MH026FPEA
OD6400-142351
MH035FPEA
OD7404-162362
MH052FPEA
OD5408-192351
MH026FKEA
005600-14221D
MH035FKEA
005600-162340
MH052FDEA
015200-190000
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6. Troubleshooting
6-1 Items to be checked first
1. The input voltage should be rating voltage ±10% range.
The airconditioner may not operate properly if the voltage is out of this range.
2. Is the link cable linking the indoor unit and the outdoor unit linked properly?
The indoor unit and the outdoor unit shall be linked by 4 wires.
2 wires are for power and other 2 wires are for communication, total 4 wires on each indoor unit. Check the terminals if the indoor
unit and outdoor unit are properly linked by the same number of cables and if connecting position on the terminal is correct.
Otherwise the airconditioner may not operate properly.
3. When a problem occurs due to the contents illustrated in the table below it is a symptom not related to the malfunction of the
airconditioner.
No
40
Operation of air conditioner
Explanation
1
In a COOL operation mode, the compressor does not
operate at a room temperature higher than the setting
temperature that the INDOOR FAN should operate.
In a HEAT operation mode, the compressor does not
operate at a room temperature lower than the setting
temperature that indoor fan should operate.
In happens after a delay of 3 minutes when the compressor is
reoperated. The same phenomenon occurs when a power is on.
As a phenomenon that the compressor is reoperated after a delay
of 3 minutes, the indoor fan is adjusted automatically with reference to a temperature of the air blew
2
Fan speed setting is not allowed in AUTO(
DRY(
) mode.
The speed of the indoor fan is set to LL in DRY mode.
Fan speed is 5 steps and is selected automatically in AUTO mode.
3
Compressor stops operation intermittently in
DRY(
) mode.
Compressor operation is controlled automatically in DRY mode
depending on the room temperature and humidity.
4
Compressor of the outdoor unit is operating although
it is turned off in a HEAT mode.
When the unit is turned off while de-ice is activated, the
compressor continues operation for up to 12 minutes (maximum)
until the deice is completed.
5
Timer LED(
) only of the indoor unit lights up and
the air conditioner does not operate.
Timer is being activated and the unit is in ready mode.
The unit operates normally if the timer operation is cancelled.
6
The compressor and indoor fan stop intermittently in
HEAT mode.
The compressor and indoor fan stop intermittently if room
temperature exceeds a setting temperature in order to protect the
compressor from overheated air in a HEAT mode.
7
Indoor fan and outdoor fan stop operation
intermittently in a HEAT mode.
The compressor operates in a reverse cycle to remove
exterior ice in a HEAT mode, and indoor fan and outdoor fan
do not operate intermittently for within 20% of the total heater
operation.
8
The compressor stops intermittently in a
COOL mode or DRY mode, and fan speed of the
indoor unit decreases.
The compressor stops intermittently or the fan speed of the indoor
unit decreases to prevent inside/outside air frozen depending on
the inside/outside air temperature.
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6-2 Checking and Testing operations
To complete the installation, perform the following checks and tests to ensure that the air conditioner is operating correctly.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
1.
Review all the following elements in the installation:
• Installation site strength
• Piping connection tightness not to leak any gas
• Connection wiring
• Heat-resistant insulation of the piping
• Drainage
• Earthing wire connection
• Setting number of the indoor unit installed (Outdoor unit SW)
• Addressing mode (AUTO or MANUAL)
• Address number on each indoor unit (Manual addressing mode)
• Correct operation for checking connection (follow the step below)
AUTO
Addressing
1
MANUAL
Addressing
7 segment
LED
2digits x 2
2
3
4
Number of
indoor unit
K1
K2
K3
K4
2. Apply the power to the outdoor unit
1. Outdoor unit will try to communicate the specified number of indoor units by SW01 on outdoor display PCB.
1. • If connection is normal then LED shows "normal display", right 2 digit of LED on Display PCB displays '00' and left 2 digit of LED
displays indoor unit address number.
This number is displayed only while communicating, so each number is displayed for a short time and in order.
1. • If Error code, started with 'E', is displayed on the LED check the indoor unit, outdoor unit or wiring according to the error code
table.
1. • If nothing is displayed on the LED, check the power source, power cable and FUSE on the outdoor controller.
2. ■ In case of AUTO ADDRESSING mode (SW02-1:ON)
2. ■ - Press K2 switch 4 times to start "PIPE CHECK MODE".
2. ■ - After starting this mode, LED on the left is displayed "K5" and press K2
switch once to cancel this mode .
2. ■ - If this "PIPE CHECK MODE" finished without error, LED shows "normal
display" and press K3 to restart the system.
2. ■ - This mode is for finding the combination between indoor unit
and each valve on the outdoor unit. Because refrigerant flow is controlled
with EEV in the outdoor, controller should know which EEV will controls
which indoor unit.
2. - It takes 5 to 50 minute to complete. This time depends on the
outdoor temperature and number of indoor unit.
2. - During this mode LED on the right 2 digit shows EEV number and the
indoor address which is checking at the time. (see right figure)
2. - If checking finished with no error, LED display returns to
"normal display".
2. - If finished with error, right digit will show the EEV number which is the
wrong PIPE connection. In case of two or more wrong connection, error
EEV number will display each for 1 seconds in order.
2. - After confirm the error, press K3 to system reset and do this mode again.
2. - Once "PIPE CHECK MODE" is done normally, each indoor unit will
remember the given address number by the outdoor unit and no need to
do this checking.
2. - But in case of listed below, PIPE CHECK MODE should be done again.
2. - • Re-install the system (ie. house moving)
2. -• Remove indoor unit, Add new indoor unit, Change indoor PCB for repair.
2. - • Mode change from "manual addressing" to "auto addressing"
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K5
EEV Indoor
number unit
0,1,2,3 Address
LED display under PIPE CHECK MODE
No
display
Error EEV
number
0,1,2,3
LED display when PIPE CHECK ERROR
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2. - On this mode the controller will ignore the manual address number set on the rotary switch on the indoor PCB.
2. - To confirm the indoor address number assigned by this mode, use "TEST MODE" and the address number will be displayed on
the LED display on the indoor unit.
2. ■ In case of MANUAL ADDRESSING mode. (SW02-1:OFF)
2. ■ Checking the address number correctly on each indoor unit PCB.
2. ■ - "PIPE CHECK MODE" is also able to use.
● If Error code is displayed on indoor or outdoor LED, check as follows;
■ 1. confirm if SW01 setting number and the number of indoor unit installed are
the same.
9K or 12K BTU
indoor PCB
■ 2. If some indoor unit has no power, confirm power cable connection, especially
miss-wiring between communication cable and power cable.
Address
number
switch
■ 3. If error code E101 or E185 is displayed on indoor unit LED, check communication wire and power wire connection.
■ 4. If error code E460 is displayed on outdoor unit LED, AC power line could be
connected to outdoor communication terminal, F1 & F2. So check the wiring
not only communication line but also power line.
18K BTU indoor PCB
■ 5. If error code E401, E404 or E416 is displayed on outdoor unit LED, check
PIPE connection also. Because gas flow to a different indoor unit will case
these error.
■ 6. In case of communication error by wrong wiring on one indoor unit, all indoor
units display a error code. In this case, correction at the wrong point could
solve all indoor unit error display.
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The error indicated on the PCB display of outdoor unit
Display
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Explanation
Main checking Point
Communication error (indoor unable to receive data)
Communication cable
connection
Communication error (outdoor unable to communicate)
Indoor unit
Indoor unit room temperature sensor error (Open/Short)
Indoor unit
Indoor unit heat exchanger in temperature sensor error (Open/Short)
Indoor unit
Indoor unit heat exchanger out temperature sensor error (Open/Short)
Indoor unit
Indoor unit sensor error - Evaporator pipe in sensor detached
Indoor unit
Indoor unit sensor error - Evaporator pipe out sensor detached
Indoor unit
Indoor unit heat exchanger in & out temperature sensor detached
Indoor unit
More than 2 indoor units cool and heat simultaneously
Indoor unit operation
mode
The number of indoor unit mismatched
Communication wiring
Communication error (outdoor unable to receive data)
Communication wiring
Communication error between two microcontroller on the outdoor PCB
Outdoor unit PCB
Outdoor temperature sensor error (Short/Open)
- Error level : over 4.9V(-50˚C) under 0.4V(93˚C)
Temperature sensor
Condenser temperature sensor error (Short/Open)
- Error level : over 4.9V(-50˚C) under 0.4V(93˚C)
Temperature sensor
Condenser temperature sensor detached
Temperature sensor
Compressor discharge sensor error (Short/Open)
- Error check condition : outdoor temperature over -20˚C
- Error level : over 4.95V(-30˚C) under 0.5V(151˚C)
Temperature sensor
Compressor discharge sensor detached
Temperature sensor
Compressor OLP sensor error (Short/Open)
- Error check condition : outdoor temperature over -20˚C
- Error level : over 4.95V(-30˚C) under 0.5V(151˚C)
Temperature sensor
Indoor unit heat exchanger freezing and compressor stop (cooling mode)
Check pipe matching
also(indoor-outdoor)
Outdoor unit overload and compressor stop (protection control in heating mode)
Check pipe matching
also(indoor-outdoor)
Outdoor unit high discharge temperature and compressor stop
(protection control in heating mode)
Check pipe matching
also(indoor-outdoor)
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Troubleshooting
The error indicated on the PCB display of outdoor unit(cont.)
Display
Explanation
Main checking Point
Outdoor unit EEV open error (self diagnosis)
EEV
Outdoor unit EEV close error (self diagnosis)
EEV
High temperature (over 30˚C) of outdoor as heating mode
Operation mode
Low temperature (under -5˚C) of indoor as cooling mode
Operation mode
wrong connection between communication and power cable
Wiring indoor and outdoor
Inverter compressor starting failure (5 times)
Compressor trip by input current limit control
Compressor trip by OLP temperature limit control
Compressor peak current protection
Compressor overload protection by current
DC-link voltage error (under 150V or over 410V)
Compressor rotation error
Current sensor error
DC-link voltage sensor error
Compressor overload protection
EEPROM error
AC line zero-crossing detection circuit error
NO GAS error (self diagnosis)
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The error indicated on the LED display of Indoor unit
Display
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Explanation
Main checking Point / Remark
Communication error (unable to receive data)
Communication cable connection
Communication error (outdoor cannot communicate)
Another indoor unit or indoor PCB
Indoor unit room temperature sensor error (Open/Short)
Room temperature sensor, indoor PCB
Indoor unit heat exchanger in temperature sensor error (Open/Short)
Heat exchanger in sensor, indoor PCB
Indoor unit heat exchanger out temperature sensor error (Open/Short)
Heat exchanger out sensor, indoor PCB
Indoor unit heat exchanger in temperature sensor detached
Heat exchanger in sensor
Indoor unit heat exchanger out temperature sensor detached
Heat exchanger out sensor
Indoor unit heat exchanger in & out temperature sensor detached
Heat exchanger in & out sensor
Indoor unit fan motor malfunction
Fan motor and cable
More than 2 indoor units cool and heat simultaneously
Another indoor unit operation mode
EEPROM error
Indoor PCB
Option code setting error
Option code
Cable miss-wiring
Cable connection (Indoor & Outdoor unit)
The number of indoor unit mismatched
Cable connection (another indoor unit &
outdoor unit), SW01(outdoor)
Outdoor unit error
Outdoor unit (Error code)
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6-3 Fault Diagnosis by Symptom
6-3-1 No Power (completely dead)-Initial diagnosis
1. Checklist :
1) Is input voltage normal?
2) Is AC power linked correctly?
3) Is output voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (4.5VDC-5.5VDC)
2. Troubleshooting procedure
Remove power cord and plug in
again in approx. 5 seconds
Is the operation icon(
) lamp
flickering with the sound of "ting"?
No
Yes
Yes
Is DC voltage of PCB
display normal?
Does operation start when
run/stop button on the remote control
unit pushed?
No
Replace
PCB display
Is rating voltage ±10%
range applied to the primary
side (~,~) of the "BD71"
No
Is transmission display of the
remote control unit blinking?
No
Yes
No
Normal
Refer to remote control
unit fault diagnosis
Yes
• Check linkage between
power cord and
terminal tap
• Check fuse
No
Is "beep"sound heard from the
main unit?
Yes
Is DC voltage of the PCB module
normal?
No
Replace PCB module.
Yes
Is 300V DC appear in
the secondary side (+, -)
of "BD71"
5VDC Is voltage of #48 (indoor fan)
of the micom normal?
Yes
DC12V
Is voltage at SS71(indoor fan)
DC5V
No
Yes
10ms
Yes
No
No
Check connections
compressor 4-Way
valve, outdoor fan and
indoor fan.
Replace
SMPS PARTS
Replace
RY71, RY73,
RY72 and
SS71
Is output voltage of IC02 normal?
Is voltage at #16 terminal of the
micom normal?
Check PCB pattern.
Replace main PCB.
10ms
Yes
No
Are voltage at #23 and #24 of the
micom normal?
No
Yes
Replace IC02
No
Is voltage output terminal of
PC814(PC02) normal?
Yes
No
Replace resonator (X301)
250ns
Yes
Is operation normal?
No
Yes
OK
Replace
PC814(PC02)
Replace
micom
OK
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Troubleshooting
6-3-2 When the power voltage is not available
1. Checklist :
1) Is the power voltage is normal? (The rating voltage ±10% range)
2) Is the power cord is correctly connected and is the contact good?
3) Does the sound "ting" come out?
If it doesn't come out the sound "ting", do inspect and repair in accordance with the following inspection sequence.
2. Troubleshooting procedure
Apply the power
No trouble
(normal)
Yes
Is the operation lamp(
)
of indoor unit on when
the operation /stop button
of remote control
is pressed?
No
Check of
remote control
No
Is the communication
signal of remote control
surely sent and received ?
Yes
Normal
Yes
Is there no problem
between the connector of
Ass'y display PCB and the
receiving module?
No
Replace of
Ass'y display PCB
Yes
Is the operation icon(
) lamp
flickering with the sound of "ting"?
No
No
Is the outdoor power connected normally?
Check of the installation method
and electrical circuit
Yes
Yes
Is the fuse (F701, 250V, 3.15A) of PCB open?
Replace the fuse (250V, 3.15A).
No
Is the output voltage of electrostatic voltage
regulator IC (KA7805) DC 4.5V ~ 5.5V?
No
KA7805 is out of order - replace
Yes
Replace the main PCB of indoor unit
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6-3-3 No Power (Outdoor unit)
1. Checklist :
1) Is the power source normal (The rating Voltage ±10% range)?
2) Is the outdoor power connected normally? ((1) of terminal : L, (2) of terminal : N, (3) of terminal : communication)?
3) Check whether the display of outdoor PCB(SEG1) is shown in the order of A-B-C when the power is applied.
If the display (SEG1) is not shown the inspection and repair shall be performed in the sequence of the following:
2. Troubleshooting procedure
Put the power off and put it on
after 5 seconds.
Normal of
outdoor PCB
Yes
Check the communication of PCB
and whether the
LED 1 is continuously flickering.
Yes
Is the display of PCB shown in the
sequence of A-B-C?
No
No
Are the power cord ((1) L, (2) N) and
communication line (3) of outdoor terminal
block connected correctly?
No
Reinstall the power cord and
communication line with the reference
of installation manual.
Yes
Is the terminal of PCB terminal (RY71, 72,
73) are assembled in the correct position?
Replace the
transformer
No
After watching the display of PCB
board, assemble the color and shape
of housing correctly as follows:
BLK
Yes
Yes
Replace the fuse
(F701) 250V 3.15A.
BLK
Is the fuse open? (F701)
No
No
Measurement of resistance of
power transformer
Are they as follows?
1st side 190 ~ 210Ω
2nd side 0.9 ~ 1.1Ω
Yes
No
WHT
Insert the primary side of power
transformer in the terminal GT01 and
then is the voltage of secondary side
normal? (AC 15V- AC 25V)
RED
RED
Yes
Yes
Is the fuse (F101, 250V 2A) blown out?
Assemble the transformer
in the normal way.
Replace the fuse F101 (250V 2A).
No
Check whether the output voltage of IC01
(KA7812) is DC 12V.
No
Check and Replace the rectifying
diode of power side (D101-D104)
and KA7812.
Yes
Check whether the output voltage of IC02
(KA7805) is DC 5V.
No
Replace the IC02 (KA7805)
Yes
Replace the outdoor unit Ass'y main PCB.
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6-3-4 When the fan of indoor unit does not operate
1. Checklist :
1) Is the power voltage normal?
2) Is the connector of indoor fan with the good contact? (CN72)
3) Is the soldering status of running condenser (CR71) with the good contact?
4) Is connector of the Hall IC with the good contact (CN44)?
5) Is the indoor fan rotating when it is under operation mode?
2. Troubleshooting procedure
Put the power off and put it on after 5 seconds.
Yes
Is the operation icon(
) lamp
flickering with the sound of "ting"?
No
If the power is not available (indoor unit),
refer to page 48.
Yes
Error(Error Code : E3)
occurs after the indoor
unit fan motor is rotating
for 15 seconds?
Yes
No
Replace of indoor unit PCB Ass'y.
Yes
Yes
Replacement of indoor unit
fan motor.
If the operation/stop button of the remote
control is pressed, is the operation lamp(
) and
then is the indoor fan rotating after 5~6 seconds?
Yes
Is AC 120V and higher shown across the indoor fan
connector (CN72) ?
No
No
Is the type of MICOM (IC04)
pin #48 old type ?
120Hz
Yes
Is the pin #15 of IC07(ULN2003A)
the old type?
No
120Hz
Replace the IC07(ULN2003A) and
SS71(G3MB202PL or AQG22212)
Yes
Is the pin #17 of MICOM the
old type?
No
Replace Q501(2SC2412K)
Replace the indoor unit PCB Ass'y due to the
Micom defect.
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Troubleshooting
6-3-5 When the outdoor unit fan does not operate
1. Checklist :
1) The outdoor unit fan motor operates only when the operating conditions are satisfied and is selected by the
RY74(LOW) and RY75(HI) to rotate.
2) Is the power voltage normal?
3) Is the contact of outdoor unit fan motor (CN73) good?
4) Is the winding resistance of outdoor unit fan motor 58Ω at Hi side and 143Ω at low side?
5) The outdoor unit fan motor operates with Hi at over 28°C and low at below 26°C during the cooling operation, and
operates with Hi at below 14°C and low at over 15°C during the heating operation.
2. Troubleshooting procedure
Apply the power to the outdoor unit and operate the indoor unit.
No
Is the indoor unit under operating conditions?
Normal (operation off)
Yes
Yes
Normal
Is it operating in the High speed?
No
Is the voltage shown across the connector (1)↔(3) ((1)↔(5))
(the rating voltage ±10% range)?
Yes
Check the winding resistance of outdoor unit
fan motor winding resistance → Replace
Yes
Contact bad of RY74(Low), RY75(High)
→ Replace
Yes
Defect of IC06 output
→ Replace
Yes
Defect of IC04(MICOM) replace the IC04 or PCB ass’y
No
Is pin #11(12) of IC06 at low? (DC 0.7V)
No
Is pin #48(49) of IC04 (MICOM) at High (DC 5V)?
No
Is the outdoor unit fan motor under the
operating conditions?
No
Normal
✳ Operating specification of the FAN of outdoor unit
(1) When the Comp. is under the Comp. ON condition during the cooling and heating operation, Hi or LOW operation is selected
according to the temperature condition of outdoor room.
(2) When A room and B room are mixed to operate , it is always under low operation.
(3) Perform the Comp. ON/OFF control in the dry mode.
(4) When it is under the operation of anti-freezing, overload protection, defrost operation, it may be Low, high or Off.
(5) Hi = High speed, Low = Low speed
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Troubleshooting
6-3-6 When the up / down louver motor does not operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1. Checklist :
1) Is input voltage normal?
2) Is the UP/DOWN louver motor properly connected with the connector (CN61)?
2. Troubleshooting procedure
Remote control power cord and plug in again in approx. 5 seconds.
Is the operation icon(
) lamp
flickering with the sound of "ting"?
No
Check as in the procedure "No Power parts".
Refer to page 48.
Yes
Does operation start when swing button of the
remote control unit pushed?
Yes
Normal
No
Voltage at pin #26~#29 of micom (IC04) change?
(Squarewave)
No
Micom (IC04) is faulty.
Yes
Voltage at pin #10~#12 of IC06, #16 of IC07(ULN2003A)
change? (Squarewave)
No
Driver IC06(ULN2003A) or
IC07(ULN2003A) is faulty.
Yes
Up/Down louver motor is faulty.
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6-3-7 If Operation by remote control unit is impossible. (Initial Diagnosis)
1. Troubleshooting procedure
Remove power cord and plug in again in approx. 5 seconds.
Is the operation icon(
) lamp
flickering with the sound of "ting"?
No
Check as in the procedure "No Power parts".
Refer to page 48.
Yes
"
" sound heard from the indoor unit when ON/OFF button
on the remote control unit pushed?
Yes
Normal
No
Yes
Replace battery.
Voltage of battery less than 2.5V (Remote Control Unit)?
No
No
LCD is faulty.
LCD display status of REMOTE CONTROL normal?
Yes
Transmission display lamp (
) blinking when
ON/OFF button on the remote control unit pushed?
No
Replace button.
Yes
No
Micom is faulty.
Voltage at pin #30 of Remote control Micom change?
Yes
No
Voltage at collector of Q601 or Q602 change?
Q601(C4375Y) or Q602(C1623Y) is faulty.
IR LED(CL-1L5EU) is faulty.
Yes
No
Voltage at pin #15 of micom (IC04) change (INDOOR UNIT)?
Receiver module is faulty.
Yes
Micom (IC04) is faulty.
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Troubleshooting
6-3-8 When the 4-Way valve is not operating
1. Checklist :
1) Are the 4-Way valve under the operating conditions?
When the Comp. is on during the heating operating.
2) Is the power voltage normal?
3) Is the connecting of 4-Way valve good?
2. Troubleshooting procedure
Put off the outdoor unit power and put it on again after 5 seconds.
Select the heating operation of room by the remote control.
No
Keep 4-Way valve off.
Has 3 minutes passed after selection of room heating?
Yes
Yes
Normal
Is the 4-Way valve on?
No
Is the voltage shown across the 4-Way valve connector
(CN75, CN76) ?
Yes
Defect of RY76 (RY77) contact and coil
→ Replace the Relay
No
Yes
Defect of IC06 (IC07) output
→ Replace
Is the pin #47(46) of IC04 (MICOM) at high (DC 5V) ?
No
Yes
Is the 4-Way valve under operating conditions?
Defect of IC04(MICOM) replace the IC04 or PCB ass’y
No
Normal
✳ 4-Way valve operating conditions
(1) During the defrost control, put the 4-Way valve off.
(2) During the heating operation put the 4-Way valve on.
(3) The changeover of heating to cooling : put the 4-Way valve off immediately (in case of B and C room).
(4) The changeover of cooling to heating : it is on after 170 seconds delay.
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6-3-9 When the compressor does not operate
1. Checklist :
1) Is the Comp. under the operating conditions? (cooling operating of A, B(C) room)
2) Is the power voltage normal? (the rating voltage ±10% range)
3) Is the connector connection of Comp. good?
4) The Comp. is operated on and off in accordance with the operating conditions of indoor unit of A(B, C) room.
2. Troubleshooting procedure
Apply the outdoor power and operate the indoor unit A(B,C,D)
in the cooling mode.
No
Normal (Comp. off)
Is the Comp. under the operating condition?
Yes
Has 3 minutes passed Comp. after the power initial and Comp.
on/off
No
Keep Comp. off
Yes
Yes
Is Comp. on?
No
Normal
*Refer to the power measuring terminal
Is the voltage (the rating voltage ±10% range) shown across the
terminal of Comp. power applied?
Yes
Defect of Comp. and running condenser
→ Replace
No
Is the voltage of pin #14, 13(15) at low
(DC 0.7V)?
Yes
Defect of RY72, 73 (Comp. B) and
RY71(Comp. A) contact and coil → Replace
No
Is the voltage of pin #50, 51(52) of IC04 (micom) at
high (DC 5V)?
Yes
Defect of IC06 output
→ Replace
Yes
Defect of IC04 (micom)
→ Replace
No
Is Comp. under the operating condition?
No
Normal
(Comp. off)
✳ Comp. A (B) operating conditions
(1) Comp. A : Comp. on /off control in accordance with the A room during the heating and cooling indoor unit operation
(2) Comp. B : Comp. on /off control in accordance with the B(C) room during the heating and cooling indoor unit operation
✳ Comp. A(B) power measuring terminal
(1) Comp. A measuring ; RY73 (4) ↔ RY72 (4)
(2) Comp. B measuring ; RY71 (4) ↔ RY72 (4)
(3) Power input ; RY72 (3) ↔ RY73(3)
BLK
(3)
(3)
RY73
(4)
BLK
RY71
(4)
WHT
RED
(3)
RY72
(4)
RED
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6-4 PCB Inspection
6-4-1 Cautions for Part Replacement
1.
The human body carries much static electricity. Before
touching a part for repair, replacement or the similar
purpose, be sure to touch a grounded metallic portion by
hand to let the static electricity go through the metallic
portion to the earth.
Especially when handling any micro computer or IC, carefully remove such static electricity before touching them.
2.
When repairing any part on a work bench, be sure to
place an insulative sheet on the bench and always keep
the sheet surface neat without any metal fragments.
If any such fragment touches a part, a secondary trouble
will possibly be caused in the part.
3.
Before replacing any parts, be sure to turn off the power
supply. If such replacement is done with the power supply
kept on, an electric shock, short circuit or destruction of a
part may result.
4.
During replacement or repair of a part, carefully handle it
: The printed circuit board has fine lead wires (jumper
wires) and glass-made parts (diode) on its substrate.
So if a circuit board is roughly handled, such lead wires
and parts will be easily broken or damaged by bending
or shock.
When soldering the lead wires of any new part, be sure
5.
to polish them using an emery paper or the like before
soldering them.
Since the lead wires of any new part are covered with an
oxide film, solder cannot adhere to the lead wires if not
polished.
6.
When soldering any part, care should be exercised not to
apply any high-wattage soldering iron to the part for a
long time. Some parts are of so low a heat resistance that
they may be broken or have the properties changed if a
soldering iron is so applied (Otherwise, the pattern may
possibly be separated and raised).
7.
The heat of the soldering iron should be transferred to
the entire object to be soldered. If the solder pieces are
not well fused due to insufficient transfer of the heat from
the soldering iron, no satisfactory electrical continuity can
be assured even if the soldered objects appear well
connected to each other.
8.
The solder used should be limited to a minimum.
If excessive solder is used, it will cause inter-pattern
contact, which may cause malfunction of the circuit.
6-4-2 Procedure
The parts should be replaced in the following procedure.
Check for any faulty part.
Detach the faulty part.
Replace it with a new part.
Check the operation of the new part.
The repair is completed.
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6-4-3 Detailed Inspection Procedure
No
Procedure
Inspection Method
1
Pull out the power plug
from the AC terminal and
confirm the fuse on the
PCB assembly.
1) Is the broken?
2
Turn the power on.
If lamp blinks trouble is
not related to the items
1 through 4 on the right.
Voltage check
• Irregular power code or power fuse,
or poor wiring.
2) AC voltage at both end of transformer secondary?
14~18Vac
• Transformer is faulty.
3) DC voltage at OUT and GND of IC01
(KA7812)? 12VDC
• Power circuit is faulty.
4) DC voltage at OUT and GND of IC02? 5VDC
• Power circuit is faulty.
5) DC voltage at Q201 Base and GND change?
5) squarewave
• Q201 is faulty.
• D101~D104 (IN4007)
Voltage check
4
5
56
• Voltage over
• Indoor unit fan motor short-circuit.
1) AC voltage at both end of transformer Primary?
the rating voltage ±10% range
Set TURBO operating
mode when RMC switch
pushed after a delay of
3 minutes
(A-unit and B-unit)
3
Cause
1) Voltage of relay (RY71, 72, 73) coil Voltage at
pin #13, 14, 15 of IC07 : 12VDC
• Relay(RY71) coil is open.
• IC6(KID65003A) is faulty.
2) Voltage at RY72 No # and RY71 No #,
RY72 No # and RY73 No #, the rating voltage
±10% range
• Relay contactor is faulty or Relay is faulty
Set operating mode when
RMC switch pushed.
1. TURBO mode
1) Compressor does not operate.
• Temperature of Heat exchange is lower.
• PCB is faulty.
• Room sensor or Heat exchanger
temperature sensor is faulty
Set operating mode
when RMC switch
pushed.
1. [FAN] mode
2. Fan speed [Hi]
3. Continuously operation
1) Voltage at # % both ends of CN72 :
above 180V~
• Indoor unit fan motor is faulty.
2) Indoor unit fan motor does not operate.
• Poor connection of indoor fan motor and
connector of RPM sensing (CN44)
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7. Exploded Views and Parts List
7-1 Indoor Unit
7-1-1 MH026FPEA / MH035FPEA
12
7
7-1
14
15
7-3
15-1
15-6
8
15-4
7-2
15-2
15-3
3
10
3-2
15-5
9
3-1
6
11
1-2
1
13
1-1-2
1-1
1-1-3
1-1-1
1-1-4
1-3
1-1-5
2
1-1-6
1-4
You can search for the updated part code
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Q'TY
No.
1
1-1
1-1-1
1-1-2
1-1-3
1-1-4
1-1-5
1-1-6
1-2
1-3
1-4
2
3
3-1
3-2
4
5
6
7
7-1
7-2
7-3
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15-1
15-2
15-3
15-4
15-5
15-6
Code No.
DB92-00561A
DB92-00558A
DB92-00560A
DB92-00557A
DB92-00559A
DB92-00556A
DB31-00166B
DB61-01114A
DB61-01123A
DB61-01115A
DB61-01132A
DB61-01116A
DB61-01133A
DB66-00364A
DB66-00365A
DB64-00640A
DB64-00655A
DB63-00585B
DB63-00590B
DB63-00586B
DB63-00591B
DB92-00540A
DB92-00538A
DB96-03801A
DB96-03796A
DB96-03800A
DB96-03797A
DB67-00051A
DB95-00367E
DB63-00581A
DB63-00588A
DB93-02531P
DB94-00488A
DB94-00486A
DB61-01098A
DB61-01119A
DB63-00580A
DB94-00258A
DB94-00040R
DB94-00040F
DB31-00152B
DB31-00152A
DB61-01099A
DB61-01120A
DB67-60030A
DB70-00276A
DB70-00288A
DB93-02885A
DB93-02884A
DB90-00992A
DB61-01121A
DB94-00468B
DB94-00465A
DB63-00587A
DB63-00592A
DB94-00062E
DB61-01103A
DB61-01125A
DB61-01104A
DB61-01126A
DB95-20138A
DB63-00634A
DB63-00635A
Samsung Electronics
Description
ASS'Y PANEL FRONT TOTAL
ASS'Y PANEL FRONT TOTAL
ASS'Y PANEL FRONT SUB-P
ASS'Y PANEL FRONT SUB-P
ASS'Y PANEL FRONT SUB
ASS'Y PANEL FRONT SUB
MOTOR STEP
HOLDER MOTOR DC
HOLDER MOTOR DC
HINGE GRILLE
HINGE GRILLE
GUIDE LINK
GUIDE LINK
LINK MOTOR
LINK MOTOR
GRILLE UP
GRILLE UP
FILTER-PRE LF
FILTER-PRE LF
FILTER-PRE RH
FILTER-PRE RH
ASS'Y GRILLE LOW
ASS'Y GRILLE LOW
ASS'Y EVAPORATOR TOTAL
ASS'Y EVAPORATOR TOTAL
ASS'Y EVAPORATOR
ASS'Y EVAPORATOR
SPACE-EVAP LOW
ASS'Y FILTER BIO
COVER TERMINAL
COVER TERMINAL
ASS'Y REMOCON
ASS'Y BACK BODY
ASS'Y BACK BODY
BACK BODY
BACK BODY
COVER-IONIZER
ASS'Y BEARING
ASS'Y CROSS FAN
ASS'Y CROSS FAN
MOTOR-FAN IN
MOTOR-FAN IN
HOLDER-MOTOR
HOLDER-MOTOR
SPRING-SENSOR
PLATE-HANGER
PLATE-HANGER
ASS'Y CONTROL IN
ASS'Y CONTROL IN
HOLDER-PIPE
HOLDER-PIPE
ASS'Y TRAY DRAIN
ASS'Y TRAY DRAIN
TRAY DRAIN
TRAY DRAIN
ASS'Y DRAIN HOSE
BLADE-H
BLADE-H
BLADE-V
BLADE-V
ASS'Y MOTOR-STEPPING
GUARD-SAFETY WIRE
GUARD-SAFETY WIRE
Specification
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
HIPS
HIPS
HIPS
HIPS
HIPS
HIPS
ABS
ABS
ABS
ABS
PP
PP
PP
PP
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
PVC
ASS'Y
HIPS
HIPS
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
HIPS
HIPS
HIPS
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
PP
PP
STS301
SGCC-M
SGCC-M
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
HIPS
HIPS
ASS'Y
ASS'Y
HIPS
HIPS
ASS'Y
HIPS
HIPS
PP
PP
ASS'Y
STS27
STS27
Remark
MH026FPEA
MH035FPEA
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
-
OPTION
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7-1-2 MH052FPEA
9
7
7-4
11
7-7
12
7-8
12-4
12-6
7-1
12-3
12-1
7-6
7-2
12-2
7-5
12-5
7-3
3
6
8
10
1
1-2
1-1-2
1-1
1-1-3
1-1-1
1-3
1-1-4
1-1-5
2
1-1-6
1-4
5
4
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Q'TY
No.
Code No.
Description
Specification
Remark
MH052FPEA
1
DB92-00447C
ASS'Y PANEL FRONT-TOTAL
ASS'Y
1
1-1
DB92-00471A
ASS'Y PANEL FRONT-SUB
ASS'Y
1
1-1-1
DB92-00386A
ASS'Y PANEL FRONT
ASS'Y
1
1-1-2
DB31-00195B
MOTOR STEPPING
-
1
1-1-3
DB61-01114A
HOLDER MOTOR DC
HIPS
1
1-1-4
DB61-01144A
HINGE GRILLE
HIPS
1
1-1-5
DB61-01116A
GUIDE LINK
HIPS
1
1-1-6
DB66-00366A
LINK MOTOR
ABS
1
1-2
DB64-00670A
GRILLE UP
HIPS
1
1-3
DB63-00596B
FILTER-LF
PP
1
1-4
DB63-00597B
FILTER-RH
PP
1
2
DB92-00449D
ASS'Y GRILLE LOW SUB
ASS'Y
1
3
DB96-03798A
ASS'Y EVAP-TOTAL
ASS'Y
1
4
DB95-00367F
ASS'Y FILTER BIO
ASS'Y
1
5
DB63-00594A
COVER TERMINAL
HIPS
1
6
DB93-02531P
ASS'Y REMOCON
ASS'Y
1
7
DB94-00531A
ASS'Y BACK BODY
ASS'Y
1
7-1
DB94-00040J
ASS'Y CROSS FAN
ASS'Y
1
7-2
DB60-20011A
BOLT SPECIAL
M6
1
7-3
DB31-10151C
MOTOR-FAN IN
-
1
7-4
DB61-01135A
BACK BODY
HIPS
1
7-5
DB61-01136A
HOLDER-MOTOR
PP
1
7-6
DB63-00580A
COVER-IONIZER
HIPS
1
7-7
DB73-00128A
RUBBER BEARING
-
1
7-8
DB94-40007A
BEARING MOTOR
-
1
8
DB67-60030A
SPRING SENSOR
-
1
9
DB70-00295A
PLATE-HANGER
SGCC-M
1
10
DB93-02744A
ASS'Y CONTROL IN
ASS'Y
1
11
DB61-01137A
HOLDER-PIPE
HIPS
1
12
DB94-00300C
ASS'Y TRAY DRAIN
ASS'Y
1
12-1
DB94-00062B
ASS'Y DRAIN HOSE
ASS'Y
1
12-2
DB61-01141A
BLADE-H
ABS
1
12-3
DB61-01142A
BLADE-V
PP
1
12-4
DB63-00598A
TRAY DRAIN
ABS
1
12-5
DB31-10154A
MOTOR-STEPPING BLADE
-
1
12-6
DB63-00699A
GUARD-SAFETY WIRE
-
1
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7-1-3 MH026FKEA / MH035FKEA
1
24
3
23
3-1
2
9
10
22
11
8
12
13
4
7
14-2
6
14
5
14-1
15
18
16
17
20
19
21
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Parts List
Q'TY
No.
Code No.
Description
Specification
Remark
MH026FKEA
MH035FKEA
1
DB90-00588E
ASS'Y CABI IN
ASS'Y
1
1
2
DB61-00364A
HOLDER DRAIN PUMP
Fire-Resistant P.S(V0)
1
1
3
DB67-00114A
DRAIN PUMP
SAUERMANN
1
1
3-1
DB67-00285A
DRAIN HOSE-SOCKET
POM
1
1
4
DB69-00298A
CUSHION BODY
EPS
1
1
5
DB61-00363A
CASE-FAN SIDE
Fire-Resistant P.S(V0)
1
1
6
DB94-00066A
ASS'Y BEARING
ASS'Y
1
1
7
DB94-00040K
ASS'Y CROSS FAN
ASS'Y
1
1
8
DB31-10078M
MOTOR FAN
PFS040WTVE
1
1
9
DB61-00354A
HOUSING MOTOR
Fire-Resistant P.S(V0)
1
1
10
DB63-00165A
COVER FAN MOTOR
Fire-Resistant P.S(V0)
1
1
11
DB61-00362A
CASE CONTROL
Fire-Resistant P.S(V0)
1
1
12
DB93-02335D
ASS'Y PCB MAIN-IN
ASS'Y
1
1
13
DB63-00167A
COVER CONTROL
ASS'Y
1
1
14
DB98-20268A
ASS'Y EVAP
ASS'Y
1
1
14-1
DB60-00057A
SPACER EVAP
ABS
1
1
14-2
DB32-00035B
THERMISTOR-ASS'Y
103AT
1
1
15
DB61-00365A
BRACKET TERMINAL
SGCC-M
1
1
16
DB61-00394A
BASE TERMINAL
ABS
1
1
17
DB65-00004B
TERMINAL BLOCK
DAF 2P
1
1
18
DB65-00004C
TERMINAL BLOCK
DAF 4P
1
1
19
DB63-00168A
COVER TERMINAL
Fire-Resistant P.S(V0)
1
1
20
DB94-00084A
ASS'Y DRAIN
ASS'Y
1
1
21
DB94-00290A
ASS'Y DRAIN PAN SUB
ASS'Y
1
1
22
DB95-00131A
ASS'Y SENSOR FLOAT
ASS'Y
1
1
23
DB62-02199A
VALVE CHECK
ASS'Y
1
1
24
DB90-00589A
ASS'Y CABI-SIDE LF
ASS'Y
1
1
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1
5
2
3
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Parts List
Q'TY
No.
Code No.
Description
Specification
Remark
PK118M
1
DB63-00164A
COVER BLADE
HIPS (UL94-V0)
1
2
DB66-00160A
BLADE-V
HIPS (UL94-V0)
10
3
DB66-00157A
LINK BLADE
POM
2
4
DB63-00163A
COVER PCB CASE
HIPS (UL94-V0)
1
5
DB98-01021A
DISPLAY PCB ASS'Y
6
DB31-10153D
STEP MOTOR
MSFCC20A05
1
7
DB61-00535A
HOLDER MOTOR
HIPS (UL94-V0)
1
8
DB64-00234B
PANEL FRONT
HIPS (UL94-V0)
1
9
DB66-00159A
BLADE-H
HIPS (UL94-V0)
1
10
DB64-00243B
GRILLE FRONT
HIPS (UL94-V0)
1
11
DB64-00244A
GRILLE AIR INLET
PP
1
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7-1-4 MH052FDEA
1
2
19
5
19-2
13
19-3
18
19-6
5-5
19-1
5-3
19-4
5-6
19-5
5-4
5-7
12
5-1
17
5-2
10
9
4
11
8
14
15
7
16
3
66
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Q'TY
No.
Code No.
Description
Specification
Remark
MH052FDEA
1
DB63-00076A
COVER-TOP
SGCC-M T0.8
1
2
DB63-00074A
COVER-CASE DUCT
SGCC-M T0.8
1
3
DB94-00022A
ASS'Y-DRAIN PAN
ASS'Y, BLK
1
4
DB61-00099A
CASE-BOTTOM
SGCC-M, T0.8
1
5
DB94-00023C
ASS'Y-BLOWER DUCT
ASS'Y
1
5-1
DB64-00071A
PANEL-DUCT HOLDER
SGCC-M, T1.2
1
5-2
DB61-00155A
BRACKET-MOUNT MOTOR
SGCC-M, T2.0
1
5-3
DB90-00121A
ASS'Y-CASE FAN
ASS'Y
2
5-4
DB67-00046A
BLOWER-LF
SGCC-M, ø175
1
5-5
DB67-00046B
BLOWER-RH
SGCC-M, ø175
1
5-6
DB31-00025A
MOTOR-FAN IN
OSME-1004 SAC
1
5-7
DB61-00499A
BRACKET-MOTOR GUIDE
SGCC-M, T1.6
1
6
DB90-00117A
ASS'Y-CABI LF
ASS'Y
1
7
DB90-00119C
ASS'Y-CABI INLET LF
ASS'Y
1
8
DB70-00026B
PLATE-HANGER LF
SGCC-M, T2.0
1
9
DB96-03225F
ASS'Y-EVAP UNIT
ASS'Y
1
10
DB90-00120C
ASS'Y-CABI INLET RH
ASS'Y
1
11
DB90-00118A
ASS'Y-CABI SIDE RH
ASS'Y
1
12
DB70-00027B
PLATE-HANGER RH
SGCC-M, T2.0
1
13
DB64-00121A
CABINET-SIDE RH B
SGCC-M, T0.8
1
14
DB90-00113A
ASS'Y-HOLDER OUTLET
ASS'Y
1
15
DB90-00114A
ASS'Y-COVER BOTTOM
ASS'Y
1
16
DB71-00019A
PLATE-HANDLE
SGCC-M, T1.2
2
17
DB74-00006A
FILTER-PRE
PE, 36x40
1
18
DB63-00186A
COVER-CONTROL
SGCC-M, T0.8
1
19
DB93-01037L
ASS'Y-CONTROL IN
ASS'Y
1
19-1
DB90-00282A
ASS'Y-CASE CONTROL
ASS'Y
1
19-2
DB93-01764D
ASS'Y-PCB MAIN
DPM24K DUCT IN
1
19-3
DB65-00004H
TERMINAL-BLOCK 6P
DAF-6P
1
DB65-00004C
TERMINAL-BLOCK 6P
DAF-6P
1
19-4
2301-001369
C-FILM
2.5µF/450VAC
1
19-5
DB26-10065B
TRANS-POWER
DC17 AC230V 50Hz
1
19-6
DB61-40291B
HOLDER-WIRE
PP, T2.0, BLK
2
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7-2-1 MH068FXEA4 / MH080FXEA4
8
17
17-1
12
7
11
18
5
6
4
13
3
16-1
16-2
16-3
16-4
16
1
2
14
21
9
20
1-1
68
10
15
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No.
Code No.
Description
Remark
MH068FXEA4
MH080FXEA4
1
DB90-01006B
ASS'Y CABINET FRONT
1
1
1-1
DB63-00831A
GUARD FAN
1
1
2
DB90-01049C
ASS'Y BASE
1
1
3
DB67-00438A
FAN PROPELLER
1
1
4
DB31-00268A
MOTOR FAN
1
1
5
DB90-01114B
ASS'Y BASE MOTOR
1
1
6
DB94-00308B
ASS'Y PARTITION
1
1
7
DB96-03808A
ASS'Y COND
1
1
8
DB64-00765A
SCREEN GUARD FIN
1
1
9
DB90-01008B
ASS'Y CABINET SIDE
1
1
10
DB64-00716A
HANDLE CABI RH
1
1
11
DB90-01007B
ASS'Y COVER TOP
1
1
12
DB63-01058A
GUARD COND
1
1
13
DB95-00586A
ASS'Y COMP
1
1
14
DB96-03803A
ASS'Y TUBE SUCTION
1
1
15
DB96-03788A
ASS'Y 4-WAY VALVE
1
1
16
DB99-00557A
ASS'Y VALVE
1
1
16-1
DB96-03789A
ASS'Y TUBE EEV
1
1
16-2
DB96-03790A
ASS'Y TUBE EEV
1
1
16-3
DB96-03791A
ASS'Y TUBE EEV
1
1
16-4
DB96-03792A
ASS'Y TUBE EEV
1
1
17
DB93-02892A
ASS'Y CONTROL OUT
1
1
17-1
DB93-02893A
ASS'Y PCB MAIN
1
1
18
DB81-00534A
SOLENOID REACTOR
1
1
19
DB32-00081B
THERMISTOR COND
1
1
20
DB32-00083A
THERMISTOR WIRE OUT/DISCHARGE
1
1
21
DB62-02929A
TUBE RECEIVER
1
1
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■ MH026FPEA : DB93-02884A
Material: LDPE (Adhesive protected vinyl)
SPEC: T0.03, Square(75x75)
Be sure to cover the side of cylinder of ejected material.
BAR CODE ATTACHIMENT
(Detecting side)
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Q'TY
No.
Code No.
Description
Specification
Remark
MH026FPEA
1
DB61-01127A
CASE-CONTROL AC
ABS
1
2
DB93-02779A
ASS'Y MAIN PCB
ASS'Y
1
3
DB93-01368C
ASS'Y S/W & DISPLAY PCB
ASS'Y
1
4
DB93-01369A
ASS'Y-MODULE PCB
ASS'Y
1
5
DB65-00160A
ASS'Y TERMINAL BLOCK
ASS'Y
1
6
DB70-00289A
PLATE TERMINAL LOW
SGCC-M,T1,2
1
7
DB61-00171A
HOLDER WIRE CLAMP
HIPS
1
8
DB32-00020A
ASS'Y THERMISTOR
ASS'Y
1
9
DB32-00029D
ASS'Y THERMISTOR
ASS'Y
1
10
6001-000929
SCREW-MACHINE
PH M3xL22
1
11
-
SCREW-MACHINE
TH M4xL10
-
12
6001-000725
SCREW-MACHINE
TH M4xL16
2
13
DB93-01380B
C/W MODULE
ASS'Y
1
14
DB39-00643M
C/W STEP MOTOR UP/DOWN
ASS'Y
1
15
DB62-01368X
SEAL
61x40x3,30FOAM-PE,GLAY
1
16
-
SCREW MACHINE
PHM4X10
1
17
DB39-00780B
C/W STEPPING MOTOR
ASSY(AUTO GRILLE)
1
18
DB61-01110A
HOLDER-DISPLAY
ABS
1
19
DB64-00763A
HALF MIRROR
95,T1.5
1
20
DB72-00126N
SEAL
T3,FOAM-PE,GLAY
1
21
2301-001339
MF-CAPACITOR
1.2µF/450V
1
22
DB39-00183A
C/W MF CAPACITOR
2P
1
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■ MH035FPEA : DB93-02885A
Material: LDPE (Adhesive protected vinyl)
SPEC: T0.03, Square(75x75)
Be sure to cover the side of cylinder of ejected material.
BAR CODE ATTACHIMENT
(Detecting side)
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Q'TY
No.
Code No.
Description
Specification
Remark
MH026FPEA
1
DB61-01631A
CASE-CONTROL AC
ABS
1
2
DB93-02779A
ASS'Y MAIN PCB
ASS'Y
1
3
DB93-01368G
ASS'Y S/W & DISPLAY PCB
ASS'Y
1
4
DB93-01369A
ASS'Y-MODULE PCB
ASS'Y
1
5
DB65-00160A
ASS'Y TERMINAL BLOCK
ASS'Y
1
6
DB70-00289A
PLATE TERMINAL LOW
SGCC-M,T1,2
1
7
DB61-00171A
HOLDER WIRE CLAMP
HIPS
1
8
DB32-00020A
ASS'Y THERMISTOR
ASS'Y
1
9
DB32-00029D
ASS'Y THERMISTOR
ASS'Y
1
10
6001-000929
SCREW-MACHINE
PH M3xL22
1
11
-
SCREW-MACHINE
TH M4xL10
-
12
6001-000725
SCREW-MACHINE
TH M4xL16
2
13
DB93-01380A
C/W MODULE
ASS'Y
1
14
DB39-00643F
C/W STEP MOTOR UP/DOWN
ASS'Y
1
15
DB62-01368X
SEAL
61x40x3,30FOAM-PE,GLAY
1
16
-
SCREW MACHINE
PH M4X10
1
17
DB39-00780B
C/W STEPPING MOTOR
ASS'Y(AUTO GRILLE)
1
18
DB61-01110A
HOLDER-DISPLAY
ABS
1
19
DB64-00763A
HALF MIRROR
95,T1.5
1
20
DB72-00126N
SEAL
T3,FOAM-PE,GLAY
1
21
2301-001339
MF-CAPACITOR
1.2µF/450V
1
22
DB39-00183A
C/W MF CAPACITOR
2P
1
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■ MH052FPEA : DB93-02744A
Material: LDPE (Adhesive protected vinyl)
SPEC: T0.03, Square(100x100)
Be sure to cover the side of Holder Display.
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Q'TY
No.
Code No.
Description
Specification
Remark
MH052FPEA
1
DB61-01143A
CASE CONTROL AC
ABS
1
2
DB93-02743A
ASS'Y MAIN PCB(AC)
ASS'Y
1
3
DB93-02745A
ASS'Y MAIN PCB(DC)
ASS'Y
1
4
DB65-00160B
ASS'Y TERMINAL BLOCK
ASS'Y
1
5
DB93-01368C
ASS'Y-S/W & DISPLAY
ASS'Y
1
6
DB93-01369B
ASS'Y-MODULE PCB
ASS'Y
1
7
DB70-00277A
PLATE-TERMINAL LOW
SGCC-M T1.2
1
8
DB61-00171A
HOLDER WIRE CLAMP
ABS
1
9
6001-000929
SCREW-MACHINE
PH M3xL22
1
10
6001-000725
SCREW-MACHINE
TH M4xL16
2
11
6001-001054
SCREW-MACHINE
TH M4xL10
2
12
DB93-01386A
ASS'Y-C/W MOTOR CAPACITOR
ASS'Y
1
13
DB93-01384B
ASS'Y-C/W AC/DC CONNECTION
ASS'Y
1
14
DB93-01380C
ASS'Y-C/W MODULE PCB
ASS'Y
1
15
DB93-01543A
C/W STEP MOTOR UP/DOWN
ASS'Y
1
16
2301-001371
CAPACITOR
2.0uF,450VAC
1
17
DB32-00020H
ASS'Y-THERMISTOR
4P(103AT)
1
18
DB62-01368X
SEAL
61x40x3,30FOAM-PE
1
19
DB61-01106A
CASE CONTROL(DC)
HIPS VO
1
20
6501-000123
CABLE TIE
DA-140
1
21
DB32-00029G
EVA OUT
ASS'Y
1
22
DB39-00780B
ASS'Y C/W AUTO GRILLE
95,T1.5
1
23
DB64-00763A
HALF MIRROR
T1.5/53.5PI
1
24
DB62-01838Y
SEAL-CASE CONTROL
FLOCKED,BLK,T1x45x22
1
25
DB62-02015A
SEAL-CONTROL IN
FOAM-PE
1
26
DB62-01838Y
SEAL-CASE CONTROL
FLOCKED,BLK,T1x77x20
1
27
DB72-00126N
SEAL
10x30xT3FOAM-PE,GRAY
1
28
DB61-01139A
HOLDER DISPLAY
29
DB39-00889A
C/WIRE POWER TEST
ASS'Y
1
30
DB39-01014A
ASS'Y-C/W AC-DC CONNECTION
ASS'Y
1
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■ MH026FKEA / MH035FKEA : DB90-00590A
Bar code apply
Insert into the lower part
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Q'TY
No.
Code No.
Description
Specification
Remark
MH026FKEA
MH035FKEA
1
DB61-00394A
BASE TERMINAL
BLK
1
1
2
DB65-00004C
TERMINAL BLOCK
ASS'Y
1
1
3
DB65-00004B
TERMINAL BLOCK
ASS'Y
1
1
4
DB61-00250A
HOLDER WIRE
ABS,BLK
2
2
5
DB65-10088B
CABLE TIE
-
1
1
6
6002-000234
SCREW TAPPING
ZPC(YEL)
4
4
7
6001-000841
SCREW MACHINE
ZPC(YEL)
2
2
8
6009-001001
SCREW SPECIAL
ZPC(YEL)
2
2
9
6002-000231
SCREW TAPPING
ZPC(YEL)
2
2
10
DB61-00365A
BRACKET TERMINAL
SGCC-M
1
1
11
DB61-00163A
BRACKET EARTH
SGCC-M
1
1
12
DB39-00255B
C/W POWER & COMMUNICATION
-
1
1
13
DB39-00165A
CONNECTOR WIRE EARTH
-
1
1
14
DB68-01975A
LABEL CAUTION
ART PAPER
1
1
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■ MH052FDEA : DB93-01037L
Power Cord Ventilatior
Heater
Indoor Unit Communication Connection of wired remote control
Model No. 3 Wire
connection diagram
(DB65-00004L apply)
*Storing being assembled with
blower part ASSY
CAPACITOR
"A" Part
78
Position for the attachment of label name
CAPACITOR
"B" Part
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Q'TY
No.
Code No.
Description
Specification
Remark
MH052FDEA
1
DB90-00282A
ASS'Y CASE-CONTROL
ASS'Y
1
2
DB65-00004H
TERMINAL-BLOCK 6P
300V 25A,DAF-6P
1
3
DB65-00004C
TERMINAL-BLOCK 4P
300V 25A,DAF-4P
1
4
DB39-00228A
CONNECTOR WIRE POWER&COMM
-
2
5
DB39-00640A
CONNECTOR WIRE VENTILATOR
-
1
6
DB39-00640B
CONNECTOR WIRE HOT WATER HEATER
-
1
7
DB26-10065B
TRANS POWER
DC17V,DC500mA
1
8
DB61-40291B
HOLDER WIRE
PP
2
9
2301-001369
C-OIL
3.0uF,450VAC
1
10
DB61-00449A
CASE PCB
ABS
1
11
6002-000231
SCREW-TAPPING
TH,+,2S,M4x12,ZPC(YEL)
4
12
6001-000044
SCREW-MACHINE
TH,+,M4,L18,ZPC(YEL)
4
13
-
SCREW-TAPPING
PH,M4,L22
2
14
DB73-30039A
BUSHING
NR/BLK,T7xD37
1
15
DB69-60008A
BAND-CAPACITOR
SBHG1-M,T0.8
1
16
DB73-30038A
BUSH-CONDENSOR
NR/BLK
1
17
DB39-00687A
CONNECTOR WIRE INTER COM
-
1
18
-
LABEL CONNECTOR WIRE
-
1
19
DB39-00760A
C/W COMMUNICATION THROUGH
UL1007 AW#18
1
20
DB39-00943B
CONNECTOR WIRE COMM2
UL1007 AW#22
1
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25
26
30
30
31
34
9
*Refer to the drawing of right side for the assembly shape of wire.
(The assembly shape of wire is omitted.)
34
30
Connect to CN58.
11
28
8
Connect to CN57.
Connect to CN61.
12
30
34
5
10
23
27
3
4
17
11
13
15
24
15
17
16
33
14
2
12
1
7
29
18
31
30
6
19
14
32
13
22
21
20
Refer to the drawing of right side
for the assembly shape.
8
11
12
27
28
5
15
Silicon sealant applying
10
13
14
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Operating Instructions and Installation
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Parts List
Description
Specification
Q'TY
No.
Code No.
1
DB93-02990A
ASS'Y TERMINAL BLOCK P/W
1
2
DB65-00161A
TERMINAL BLOCK
2
3
DB39-00604H
CONNECT WIRE
3
4
DB39-00604G
CONNECT WIRE
3
5
DB39-00625C
CONNECT WIRE POWER
1
6
DB93-02991A
ASS'Y TERMINAL BLOCK 485
1
7
DB65-00161B
TERMINAL BLOCK
1
8
DB39-01017A
CONNECT WIRE COMM
1
9
DB93-02893A
ASS'Y PCB MAIN
1
10
DB39-00749C
CONNECT WIRE POWER
1
11
DB39-00746B
CONNECT WIRE COMP
1
12
DB39-00747B
CONNECT WIRE REACTOR
1
13
DB39-00649C
CONNECT WIRE 4-WAY
1
14
DB39-00765Q
CONNECT WIRE HEATER
2
15
DB39-00765P
CONNECT WIRE
1
16
DB93-02894A
ASS'Y PCB OUT DISPLAY
1
17
DB61-01948A
CASE SUB-PCB
1
18
DB65-40062F
TERMINAL BLOCK
1
19
DB61-40291B
HOLDER-WIRE
3
20
DB62-02900A
HEAT SINK
1
21
DB81-00547A
INSULATOR MICA
22
DB62-03079A
SIDE COVER
1
23
DB61-01197A
CASE CONTROL BASE
1
24
2301-001369
FAN MOTOR CAPACITOR
25
DB61-01198A
CASE CONTROL UPP
1
26
DB62-01925B
INSUL-CONTROL BOX TOP
2
27
DB39-01019A
CONNECT WIRE
4P
1
28
DB39-01018A
CONNECT WIRE
10P
1
T0.1, 45x28
3.0uF/450V
1
1
29
-
SCREW-MACHINE
M3x25 ZPC(YEL) PH+ WSP
3
30
-
SCREW-MACHINE
M4x16 ZPC(YEL) PH+ WSP
9
SCREW-MACHINE
M3x16 ZPC(YEL) PH+ WSP
3
SCREW-MACHINE
M4x25 ZPC(YEL) PH+ WSP
6
31
32
6006-000160
-
33
6006-000245
SCREW-MACHINE
M4x8 ZPC(YEL) PH+ WSP
2
34
6002-000171
SCREW-TAPPING
M4x10 2S PH+
4
Samsung Electronics
Remark
81
82
Wireless
remote
controller
Infrared signal receiver
Ionizer
Display Ass'y
Fan motor
SMPS
SSR
AC zero
voltage
detect
Comm.
Interface
(RS485)
Indoor Unit
control
MICOM
Comm.
Interface
(RS485)
Buzzer
Address
S/W
OUTDOOR UNIT
Wired remote
controller
(Option)
Terminal block
L | N | F1 | F2 | V1 | V2
PCB Ass'y
Inverter driver
BLDC Compressor
Reactor
Relay
Crank case heater
PFC driver
Relay x2
Relay
System
control
Micom
PCB Ass'y
Center
controller
(Option)
Inverter
Micom
SMPS
EMI
Filter
Comm.
Interface
(RS485)
Transmitter
(Option)
L | N L | N F1 | F2
Terminal block
Indoor Unit-4
Display &
S/W PCB
Indoor Unit-3
Fan motor
4-Way valve coil
OLP temperature sensor
Discharge temperature sensor
Condensor temperature sensor
Outdoor temperature sensor
EEV stepping motor-A,B,C,D
Indoor Unit-2
AC
Power
Source
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Front panel stepping motor
Blade stepping motor
Room temperature sensor
Heat exchanger out sensor
Heat exchanger in sensor
INDOOR UNIT
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9. Wiring Diagram
9-1 Indoor Unit
■ MH026FPEA / MH035FPEA
Code No : DB98-20172A
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Wiring Diagram
■ MH052FPEA
Code No : DB98-20217A
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Wiring Diagram
■ MH026FKEA / MH035FKEA
Code No : DB98-20898A
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Wiring Diagram
■ MH052FDEA
Code No : DB98-20896A
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9-2 Outdoor Unit
■ MH068FXEA4 / MH080FXEA4
Code No : DB68-20814A
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MEMO
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© Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Oct. 2004.
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Code No. DB98-20241A(1)
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