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SERVICE M A N U A L
24HFU and 24HFU-1
DENSO SALES CALIFORNIA, INC.
REGISTERED TO ISO 9002
FILE NO. A5537
(800) 264-9573
www.movincool.com
© 2000 DENSO SALES CALIFORNIA, INC.
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FOREWORD
This manual has been published to service the MovinCool 24HFU and 24HFU-1. Both the Model 24HFU and
24HFU-1 perform the same basic function, however the 24HFU-1 has additional features. Please use this service
manual in servicing Models 24HFU and 24HFU-1.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
WARNING
Describes precautions that should be observed in order to prevent injury to the user during installation or
unit operation.
CAUTION
Describes precautions that should be observed in order to prevent damage to the unit or its components,
which may occur during installation or unit operation if sufficient care is not taken.
NOTE
Provides additional information that facilitates installation or unit operation.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
WARNINGS:
• All electrical work if necessary, should only be performed by qualified electrical personnel. Repair to
electrical components by non-certified technicians may result in personal injury and/or damage to the unit.
All electrical components replaced must be genuine MovinCool, purchased from an authorized reseller.
• When handling refrigerant, always wear proper eye protection and do not allow the refrigerant to come in
contact with your skin.
• Do not expose refrigerant to an open flame.
• The proper electrical outlet for MovinCool units must be equipped with a “UL” approved ground-fault
breaker to prevent electrical shock from the unit.
• When brazing any tubing, always wear eye protection and brazing tubing in a well ventilated area.
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Generally speaking conventional air conditioners cool
the entire enclosed environment. They act as “heat
exchangers”, requiring an interior unit (evaporator) to
blow cool air into the interior and an exterior unit
(condenser) to exhaust exchanged heat to the outdoors. Unlike conventional air conditioners, the
MovinCool Spot Cooling System is a spot cooler which
directs cool air to particular areas or objects.
MovinCool Spot Cooling Systems have the following
features:
1-1. Compact Design
The innovative design of MovinCool has resulted
in one compact unit, replacing the need for two
separate units.
■ Conventional Air Conditioner
1-2. Easy Transportation and Installation
With the whole cooling system built into one
compact unit, MovinCool requires no piping and
can be easily transported and installed.
1-3. Energy Conservation
MovinCool is economical because it cools only
the area or objects which need to be cooled.
■ Air Flow of MovinCool Spot Cooling System
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CONSTRUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
■ Construction of Models 24HFU & 24HFU-1
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CONSTRUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
2-1. Basic Construction
The MovinCool Spot Cooling System is compact
in construction because the condenser and the
evaporator are enclosed in one unit. The interior
is divided into three sections. The upper front
face is equipped with the evaporator, while the
lower front face contains the drain tank. The
rear section contains the condenser, the compressor and the control box.
2-2. Air Flow
Air drawn from the right side face passes
through the condenser and extracts the heat.
This hot air is blown out through the upper
exhaust air duct. Air taken in from the front face
is cooled by the evaporator and then blown
through the cooling air duct which can be turned
in any direction. All the air inlets are provided
with filters, while the exhaust air duct is protected by wire mesh.
■ Air Flow
2-3. Compressor and Fans
The compressor is hermetically sealed. One
motor is used with two centrifugal fans to draw
air across the evaporator and condenser.
2-4. Drain Tank
The capacity of the drain tank is 5.3 gallons (20
liters). The unit is equipped with a full tank lamp
and a device to automatically stop the unit’s
operation when the drain tank reaches a level of
approximately 4.4 ± 0.5 gallons (16.5 ± 2 liters).
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CONSTRUCTION AND SPECIFICATIONS
ITEM/MODEL
[Rating Condition]
[Features]
Power frequency ___________ (Hz)
Line voltage ______________ (Volt)
Power consumption ________ (Kw)
Current consumption _______ (Amp)
Power factor ______________ (%)
Starting current ____________ (Amp)
Power wiring ______________ (AWG)
[Cooling Unit]
Cooling capability __________ (Kcal/h)
________________________ (Btu/h)
Cooling system
[Blower]
Type of fan
Condenser - Air flow ________ (ft3/min)
Evaporator - Air flow ________ (ft3/min)
Motor output ______________ (Kw)
[Compressor]
Type
Output ___________________ (Kw)
Refrigerant type
Refrigerant amount _________ (kg)
________________________ (lbs)
[Safety Device]
Compressor overload relay
Fan motor protector
Drain switch
Anti-freezing thermostat
High pressure switch
Restart relay - power interruption
Time delay relay
[Dimensions and Weight]
W x D x H ________________ (mm)
________________________ (inch)
Weight ___________________ (kg)
________________________ (lbs)
[Operating Conditions]
Intake air temperature range
[Control Device]
Temperature control
■ Specifications
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24HFU
DB 35˚C
95˚F
WB 28.2˚C
83˚F
RH 60%
24HFU-1
DB 35˚C
95˚F
WB 28.2˚C
83˚F
RH 60%
60
Single phase 230
3.1
14.0
96
62
12 (3-core)
60
Single phase 230
3.1
14.0
96
62
12 (3-core)
6,000
24,000
Direct expansion
6,000
24,000
Direct expansion
Centrifugal fan
1,200
706
0.55
Centrifugal fan
1,200
706
0.55
Hermetic scroll
1.6
R-22
0.85
1.87
Hermetic scroll
1.6
R-22
0.85
1.87
With
With
With
With
With
Without
Without
With
With
With
With
With
With
With
490 x 730 x 1200
19.3 x 28.7 x 47.2
107
235
490 x 730 x 1200
19.3 x 28.7 x 47.2
107
235
45˚C (113˚F), RH ≤50%
to 25˚C (77˚F), RH ≥50%
45˚C (113˚F), RH ≤50%
to 25˚C (77˚F), RH ≥50%
Without
With
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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REFRIGERANT SYSTEM
The component parts of the refrigerant system include the following:
• Compressor
• Condenser
• Capillary tube
• Evaporator
• High pressure switch
• Modulating tank
These parts are all connected by copper piping. All the connections have been brazed.
Condenser
Modulating Tank
Evaporator
Compressor
Capillary Tube
High Pressure Switch
■ Refrigerant System
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REFRIGERANT SYSTEM
3-1. Compressor
The compressor used for the unit is hermetically sealed. The compressor and the compressor motor are in
one casing.
3-1-1.
Compressor Theory of Operation
The scroll utilizes an involute spiral which, when matched with a mating scroll form, generates a
series of crescent-shaped gas pockets between the two members. During compression, one scroll
remains stationary (fixed scroll) while the other form (orbiting scroll) is allowed to orbit (but not rotate)
around the first form. As this motion occurs, the pockets between the two forms are slowly pushed to
the center of the two scrolls while simultaneously being reduced in volume. When the pocket reaches
the center of the scroll form, the gas, which is now at a high pressure, is discharged out of a port
located at the center. During compression, several pockets are being compressed simultaneously,
resulting in a very smooth process. Both the suction process (outer portion of the scroll members)
and the discharge process (inner portion) are continuous.
3-1-2.
Compressor Operation
1) Compression in the scroll is created
by the interaction of an orbiting spiral
and a stationary spiral. Gas enters
the outer openings as one of the
spirals orbits.
2) The open passages are sealed off as
gas is drawn into the spiral.
3) As the spiral continues to orbit, the
gas is compressed into two increasingly smaller pockets.
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REFRIGERANT SYSTEM
4) By the time the gas arrives at the
center port, discharge pressure has
been reached.
5) Actually, during operation, all six gas
passages are in various stages of
compression at all times, resulting in
nearly continuous suction and discharge.
NOTE
Upon compressor shut-off, the compressor may
run backward for a moment or two until internal
pressures equalize. This has no effect on compressor durability but may cause an unexpected
sound after the compressor is turned off and
should not be diagnosed as a malfunction.
3-2. Condenser
The condenser is a heat exchanger whose
copper tubes are covered with thin aluminum
projections called spine fins. Heat is given off
and absorbed by air being pulled across the
condenser fins by the centrifugal fan and then
expelled through the exhaust air duct.
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REFRIGERANT SYSTEM
3-3. Capillary Tube
The capillary tube is a long thin tube and its line
flow resistance serves as an expansion valve.
The length and the inner diameter of the capillary tube are determined according to the
capacity of refrigeration system, operating
conditions and the amount of refrigerant.
The capillary tube causes the high pressure,
high temperature liquid refrigerant sent from the
condenser to expand rapidly as the refrigerant is
sprayed out through the fixed orifice in the
capillary tube. As a result, the temperature and
state of the refrigerant become low and mistlike, and therefore it evaporates easily.
Qty
1
■ Capillary Tube
Capillary Tube Dimensions
Purpose of Use
I.D. (mm)
Length (mm)
For cooling
∅1.5 ± 0.05
540
3-4. Evaporator
The evaporator, like the condenser, is a heat
exchanger covered with spine fins. Heat is
removed from the air being pulled across the
evaporator by the centrifugal fan and the
resulting cool air is expelled through the cooling
air ducts.
3-5. Modulating Tank
The modulating tank consists of a copper pipe
and tank sections, each being separated from
the other. The pipe connects to the evaporator
outlet at one end and to the compressor at the
other; the tank connects to the evaporator inlet.
The modulating tank is covered with insulation to
reduce thermal effects of ambient temperature.
It varies the quantity of refrigerant in the refrigerating cycle for optimum operating condition; it
stores part of refrigerant under light load and
delivers additional refrigerant to the cycle under
heavy load.
■ Modulating Tank
3-6. High Pressure Switch
The high pressure switch prevents the condenser and compressor from being damaged by
excessively high pressure in the high pressure
line of the refrigeration cycle. The switch is
normally closed. The snap disk responds to
variations in pressure and, if pressure is abnormally high, the snap disk moves down to push
the pin down, causing the internal contacts to
open. This generates a signal to open the
auxiliary relay.
Possible causes of this trouble include:
(1) The condenser air filter is dirty, restricting
air flow.
(2) The condenser blower is defective.
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■ High Pressure Switch
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REFRIGERANT SYSTEM
Condenser
Inlet Pipe
Compressor
Discharge
Pipe
Condenser
Outlet Pipe
Evaporator
Inlet Pipe
Evaporator
Outlet Pipe
Capillary Tube
Connecting Pipe
(evaporator to compressor)
Compressor Suction
Pipe (insulated)
Connecting Tube
(condenser to capillary tube)
■ Refrigerant System Piping
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU
24HFU
■ Electrical System and Control Box for Model 24HFU
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU
4-1. Basic Operation of MovinCool Modelp 24HFU Electrical Circuit
The three basic modes of operation are as follows:
■ Operation in “OFF” position
1) Control Switch in “OFF” position:
a. Current flows through terminals 5 and 2
of the control switch (CS) and to the coil
of the auxiliary relay (RX). (A and B.)
b. Two contacts (RX) of the auxiliary relay
are closed by electromagnetic force. The
closed contact RX (terminals 19 and 20)
allows current to flow directly to the
auxiliary relay coil and hold the contact in
a closed position.
NOTE
Symbol indicates alternating current.
■ Operation in “FAN” position
2) Control Switch in “FAN” position:
a. Current also flows through the control
switch (CS) to the fan motor (MF).
b. Current flows through the contact (terminals 19 and 20) of the auxiliary relay and
its coil, and remains closed.
■ Operation in “COOL” position
3) Control Switch in “COOL” position:
a. The contacts of the auxiliary relay remain
closed as mentioned in step 2) b.
b. Current flows to the fan motor (MF).
c. Current also flows to the anti-freezing
thermostat (THS) contact, to the coil of
the relay for the compressor motor
(MCC) (A and B) and the auxiliary relay
contacts.
d. Two contacts of the relay for the compressor motor (MCC) are closed by the
electromagnetic force. Current then
flows to the compressor motor (MC).
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU
4-2. Control Box
4-2-1.
Capacitor
The capacitor is used to boost power
output to the fan motor and the compressor at start-up.
The specifications of each capacitor are
shown below.
Capacitor
For fan motor
For compressor
Registrant Voltage
(Volt)
440
370
Capacitance
(mF)
12.5
40
4-2-2.
Auxiliary Relay
This auxiliary relay is normally closed
when the unit is in operation (FAN or
COOL), and supplies power to the compressor relay and the fan motor. In the
following cases, however, the relay opens
to interrupt power to the compressor and
the fan motor.
• When the drain tank is filled with water.
(Drain switch OFF.)
• When the high pressure becomes
excessively high. (High pressure switch
OFF.)
When current flows across A and B,
terminals 11 and 12, 13 and 14, 15 and
16, 19 and 20 conduct.
Specifications:
Rated Voltage
Rated current
UL Listed File No.
■ Auxiliary Relay
AC 240V
15 amps
E112482
4-2-3.
Compressor Relay
The compressor relay is closed when the
unit is operating in COOL mode, and
supplies power to the compressor. However in the following cases, the relay
opens to cut off power to the compressor.
• When the auxiliary relay is opened.
(Drain switch OFF or high pressure
switch OFF.)
• When the evaporator has frosted.
(Thermostat OFF.)
Specifications:
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
UL Listed File No.
■ Circuit of Auxiliary Relay
■ Circuit of Compressor Relay
AC 230V
30 amps
E43028
■ Compressor Relay
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU
4-3. Control Switch
The control switch is employed to start or stop
operation. This switch is a 250V, 20A rating
rotary type (3-position). The switching positions
are OFF-FAN-COOL. Each contact is switched
by the cam uniting with the shaft.
Switch Terminals
(5) - (2)
(5) - (1)
(5) - (4)
OFF
Conduct
OFF
OFF
FAN
OFF
Conduct
Conduct
COOL
OFF
OFF
Conduct
■ Control Switch
4-4. Fan Motor
The fan motor is a single phase, induction type
motor which drives fans on the evaporator side
and the condenser side at the same time.
CF1
CF2
RX12
■ Fan Motor
Specifications:
Rated Voltage
Rated Output
UL Listed File No.
AC 230V
552 Watts
E49807
4-5. Compressor Motor
The compressor motor is a single phase motor
and is contained within the same housing as the
compressor.
Specifications:
Rated Voltage
Rated Output
AC 230V
1600 Watts
NOTE
An internal overload relay is used to protect the
compressor motor and fan motor. This relay is
built into the compressor motor and fan motor and
will interrupt the flow of current when there is an
overcurrent situation or if abnormally high
temperature builds up in the compressor motor or
fan motor.
4-6. Anti-freezing Thermostat
If the evaporator has frosted, the thermostat
contacts open to stop the compressor and the
unit continues to operate on “FAN” mode. Once
the evaporator has defrosted, the contacts close
to restart the compressor and the unit operates
in “COOL” mode. The thermostat heat sensing
tube is mounted at the evaporator outlet tube
and is insulated from surrounding air by heat
insulating material. The thermostat contacts are
opened at -1.5˚C and closed at +14.5˚C.
■ Thermostat
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU
4-7. Drain Switch
The drain switch interrupts both the compressor motor circuit and the fan motor circuit when the drain water
accumulates approximately 4.4 gallons (16 liters) in the drain tank. This also illuminates the full tank lamp
on the control panel and stops the operation. This system adopts a 250V, 3A rating micro switch for this
function. When drain water accumulates approx. 4.4 gallons (16 liters) in the drain tank, the drain tank base
plate, which is supported at its fulcrum (a), is pushed down in the arrow direction as shown in the figure
below. When the drain tank base plate is forced down, “portion A” located at the top of the drain tank base
plate turns off the contacts (1) - (2) of the micro switch. Since this breaks the auxiliary relay (RX) circuit, the
auxiliary relay contacts are turned off to break the compressor circuit and the fan motor circuit. At the same
time, the contacts (1) - (3) are turned on to light the full tank warning lamp.
■ Operation of Drain Switch
When the drain tank is removed (or the water in the drain tank is drained), portion “A” of the drain tank base
plate returns to its original position by the elasticity of the coil spring. Then the contacts (1) - (3) turn off,
extinguishing the full tank lamp. At the same time, the contacts (1) - (2) turn on. Under this condition, turn
the control switch to FAN or COOL position to start operation.
4-8. Condensate Pump Kit <OPTIONAL>
Models 24HFU and 24HFU-1 come standard with a condensate tank, which collects the water that forms on
the evaporator during normal cooling operation. If the unit is required to operate continuously without
periodic emptying of this tank, a condensate pump may be needed. A condensate pump kit is available for
Models 24HFU and 24HFU-1.
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU
4-9. Wiring
24HFU
■ Wiring Diagram for Model 24HFU
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU-1
24HFU-1
■ Electrical System and Control Box for Model 24HFU-1
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU-1
UNIQUE FEATURES OF MOVINCOOL 24HFU-1
The MovinCool 24HFU-1 is a modified version of Model 24HFU. Model 24HFU-1 has several additional features,
which are described below.
4-1. Automatic Restart After Power Interruption
A restart auxiliary relay has been added to the electrical system to allow automatic restarting of the system
after a power interruption, eliminating the need for manual reset of the control switch.
Specifications:
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
UL Listed File No.
AC 240V
10 amps
E57520
4-2. Compressor Protection
There is a time delay circuit included in the electrical system to prevent a heavy load from being applied on
the compressor motor when restarting the system. This delay is in effect any time when the compressor is
turned on, by the control switch, thermostatic control, or resumption after blackout. (This delay is also in
effect when automatic restart after power interruption operates.) Delay time 75 ± 15 seconds.
Specifications:
Rated Voltage
In Operation
After Operation
Relay Time
UL Listed File No.
AC 240V
3 amps
13 amps
75 ± 15 sec.
E41515
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU-1
4-3. Temperature Control
The compressor is controlled by a thermostat which senses the return air temperature. This thermostat can
be set to approximate temperatures by means of the thermostat dial, located below the control switch.
1 LESS COOL → 7 COOLEST
Specifications:
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
Off
Diff
UL Listed File No.
AC 240V
20 amps (Power Factor COS r = 1)
16.1 ± 1.1 (˚C)
2.8 ± 1.1 (˚C) (ON: 18.9 (˚C))
SA512
4-4. Fan Mode Control Switch
The fan motor is controlled by a switch located in the control box. There are two positions:
A. COOL-OFF
When the switch is set to the left, the fan motor is controlled by the thermostat which controls the
compressor. In this case, both the fan and the compressor stop when the thermostat detects sufficiently low intake air temperature. When the temperature increases again, the fan will restart automatically. The fan motor is independent from the time delay circuit which protects the compressor, consequently the fan will begin approximately 75 seconds before the compressor restarts.
B. COOL-FAN
When the switch is set to the right, the fan motor will be controlled only by the control switch. As long
as the unit is set to FAN or COOL, the fan will operate continuously. (This is the factory default setting.)
Specifications:
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
UL Listed File No.
AC 250V
16 amps
E98133
CAUTION
Because there is a built-in delay circuit to protect the compressor, the compressor will never start up immediately, regardless of the type of operation. This delay is part of the normal operation of Model 24HFU-1 and
should not be diagnosed as a malfunction.
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU-1
4-5. Compressor Motor Relay
Specifications:
Rated Voltage
Rated Current
UL Listed File No.
AC 230V
30 amps
E43028
4-6. Condensate Pump Kit <OPTIONAL>
Models 24HFU and 24HFU-1 come standard with a condensate tank, which collects the water that forms on
the evaporator during normal cooling operation. If the unit is required to operate continuously without
periodic emptying of this tank, a condensate pump may be needed. A condensate pump kit is available for
Models 24HFU and 24HFU-1.
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • 24HFU-1
4-7. Wiring
24HFU-1
■ Wiring Diagram for Model 24HFU-1
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DATA
24HFU
■ Exterior Dimensions of Models 24HFU & 24HFU-1
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DATA
24HFU
Blower Housing
(Evaporator)
Side Panel
High Pressure Switch
Hot Air Outlet
Evaporator Fan
Condenser
Side Panel
Full Tank Lamp
Upper Panel
Fan Motor
Cooling Air Duct
Blower Housing
(Condenser)
Evaporator
Drain Pan
Drain Tube
Conduit
Control
Switch
Thermostat
Condenser Fan
Modulating Tank
Air Filter (Condenser)
Front Panel
Capillary Tube
Service Panel
Air Filter
(Evaporator)
Compressor
Control Box
Drain Switch
Rear Panel
Castor
Drain Tank
Power Cord
Castor
Base Panel
■ Construction Diagram of Models 24HFU & 24HFU-1
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DATA
Models 24HFU & 24HFU-1
5-1. Cooling Capability Characteristics
1) Cooling capability curve
■ Cooling Capability Curve
Models 24HFU & 24HFU-1
2) Power consumption curve
■ Power Consumption Curve
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DATA
3) Cool air temperature difference curve
Models 24HFU & 24HFU-1
■ Cool Air Temperature Difference Curve
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REPAIR - TROUBLESHOOTING
Before troubleshooting this system, the following inspection should be performed.
1-1. Inspection of Power Source Voltage
Check the voltage of the power source.
24HFU & 24HFU-1: Single phase 230 volts (60Hz)
Check the operation and condition of the fuse or circuit breaker in the power source.
1-2. Inspection of Air Filters
Remove the air filters and check the element. If it is dirty, wash it as described in the OPERATION
MANUAL supplied with the unit.
1-3. Inspection of Drain Tank
Be sure tank is fully drained.
The following chart is provided as a guide for categorized problem remedies. Detailed information is
contained in the OPERATION MANUAL supplied with the unit.
TROUBLE
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Unit does
not operate
Unit does
not operate
1)
2)
3)
1)
2)
3)
1)
2)
3)
1)
2)
Refer to 4-2
Refer to 4-1
Refer to 4-5
Refer to Wiring Diagram
Refer to 4-6
Refer to 4-7
Refer to 4-7
Refer to Wiring Diagram
Refer to 4-10
Repair
Repair or replace
Unit starts,
but stops
immediately
Unit operates,
but stops after
a few minutes
Water leakage
from the unit
Abnormal
noise and
shaking
Insufficient
velocity of
cooled air
Insufficient
cooling
Cooled air
does not
come out
1)
2)
3)
4)
1)
2)
3)
Compressor and
1)
fan motor rotate
2)
properly
3)
4)
Compressor motor 1)
does not rotate
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Blower motor does 1)
not rotate
2)
3)
4)
Defective control switch
Defective auxiliary relay
Defective drain switch
Defective overload relay
Defective fan motor
Defective compressor motor
Defective compressor motor
Defective overload relay
Defective high pressure switch
Defective drain pan (crack or hole)
Defective drain hose
(clogged or loose connection)
Loose compressor mounting nut
Deformed or worn rubber grommet
on the compressor mounting bolt
Interference with other materials.
Interference of fan and scroll
Clogged spine fin and/or air filter
Defective fan motor
Defective fan motor capacitor
Abnormal environment condition
Clogged spine fin
Leak in system
Clogged refrigerant system
Defective compressor motor
Defective compressor capacitor
Defective auxiliary relay
Defective control switch
Defective overload relay
Defective wiring connection
Defective thermostat
Defective compressor relay
Defective fan motor
Defective fan motor capacitor
Defective wiring connection
Defective auxiliary relay
Tighten
Replace
Remove it
Readjust
Refer to 2-1 and/or
wash the air filter
Refer to 4-6
Refer to 4-3
Refer to 2-2
Refer to 2-1
Refer to 5-1
Refer to 5-1
Refer to 4-7
Refer to 4-3
Refer to 4-1
Refer to 4-2
Refer to Wiring Diagram
Check and correct
Refer to 4-9
Refer to 4-11
Refer to 4-6
Refer to 4-3
Refer to 4-8
Refer to 4-1
■ TroubleShooting Chart
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In case of trouble, perform the following inspection
before disassembly.
2-1. Inspection of Spine Fins
To inspect the spine fins of either the evaporator
or condenser you must remove the air filters.
After removal of the air filters, inspect the spine
fins for any dirt, dust, lint, or debris that may
have caused poor cooling performance of the
unit. If cleaning of the spine fins is necessary, it
is recommended that this service be performed
by a qualified service technician.
■ Spine Fins
2-2. Examination of Operating Environment
Operating environments will vary depending on
location, climate and surrounding conditions.
Installation location also can cause operational
problems. Consult your reseller concerning
operational environment requirements.
■ Operating Environment
2-3. Inspection of Cooling Capacity
Measure the difference in temperature between
the inlet of the evaporator and the cooling air
duct. If the difference is out of the range given
in the graphs on page 27 and 28 proceed with
the remedy suggested in the troubleshooting
chart on page 31.
■ Inspection of Cooling Capacity
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24HFU
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Control Switch
Upper panel
Right side panel
Air filter
Blower housing (condenser)
Condenser fan
Rear panel
Drain switch
Caster
Full tank lamp
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Cooling air duct
Front panel
Blower housing (evaporator)
Drain pan
Left side panel
Drain tank
Service panel
Thermostat
■ Disassembly of Models 24HFU & 24HFU-1
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REPAIR - DISASSEMBLY
3-1. Removal of Outer Panels
A) Remove the following parts:
1. Air filters
2. Cooling air ducts
3. Drain tank
4. Front panel
5. Rear panel
6. Rear service panel
7. Left side panel
■ Removal of Panels
B) Disconnect the three lead wires of the power
cord from the control box. Loosen the two
screws securing the wire clamp and then
remove the power cord.
■ Removal of Power Cord
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3-2. Removal of Electrical Parts
3-2-1.
For Model 24HFU disconnect the electrical wiring from the components indicated in the
diagram below.
24HFU
■ Wiring Diagram for Model 24HFU
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3-2-1.
Continued
For Model 24HFU-1 disconnect the electrical wiring from the components indicated in the
diagram below.
24HFU-1
■ Wiring Diagram for Model 24HFU-1
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REPAIR - DISASSEMBLY
3-2-2.
Remove the electrical parts in the control box.
24HFU
24HFU-1
■ Removal of Electrical Parts in the Control Box
3-2-3.
Remove the control switch and full
tank lamp as shown in figure.
■ Removal of Control Switch
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3-3. Removal of Blower Assembly
➇
➀
1.
2.
3.
4.
➁
➂
Condenser fan
Blower housing (condenser)
Fan motor
Motor bracket
➄
➃
5.
6.
7.
8.
➅
➆
Partition plate
Evaporator fan
Blower housing (evaporator)
Air flow guide
■ Disassembly of Blower
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REPAIR - DISASSEMBLY
3-3-1.
Remove the set bolt using a box
wrench and then remove the
centrifugal fan.
■ Removal of Blower Screw
3-3-2.
Remove two nuts as depicted.
Also remove two screws which fasten the
upper panel. Then remove the blower
housing (condenser).
A - NUT
B - SCREW
■ Removal of Nut
3-3-3.
Remove two nuts and two screws
as depicted.
Then remove the motor bracket together
with the fan motor.
A - NUT
B - SCREW
■ Removal of Nut
3-3-4.
Remove the centrifugal fan by
loosening the set bolt on the shaft.
Remove the blower motor, by loosening
“A” nuts.
■ Removal of Fan
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24HFU
4-1. Inspection of Auxiliary Relay
Check for continuity across the terminals when
the test button is depressed and when it is
released.
Terminals
11-12
13-14
15-16
19-20
State of Reset Switch
Depressed
Released
Depressed
Released
Depressed
Released
Depressed
Released
Continuity
Conduct
Not Conduct
Conduct
Not Conduct
Conduct
Not Conduct
Conduct
Not Conduct
Measure the resistance across terminals
A and B. Standard resistance: 1900~2100 Ω
When the resistance is out of this range, replace
the auxiliary relay.
■ Inspection of Auxiliary Relay
4-2. Inspection of Control Switch
At each position of the control switch, there
should be continuity across the following
terminals.
Switch Position Conducting Terminals
OFF
2-5
FAN
1-5
COOL
1 - 5, 4 - 5
If there is no switch continuity, replace the
control switch.
4-3. Inspection of Capacitor (for Fan Motor and
Compressor)
Set the ohmmeter to 100 KW range. Place two
probes against the two terminals of the capacitor. At first, the ohmmeter should indicate 0 Ω,
then the meter reading should gradually approach infinity. If the ohmmeter indicates infinity
from the first or the meter reading fails to move
from 0 Ω, replace the capacitor.
WARNING
Before and after testing the capacitor for the fan
motor and compressor, proper discharging of
electrostatic charge should be performed by a
qualified service technician. Improper discharge
of the capacitor can cause electrical shock or
death.
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■ Inspection of Control Switch
■ Inspection of Capacitor
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4-4. Inspection of Full Tank Warning Lamp
Make a test circuit as shown. If the lamp fails to
light up, replace it.
■ Inspection of Full Tank Warning Lamp
4-5. Inspection of Drain Switch
Check for continuity between terminals 1 and 2.
Continuity should exist. With switch depressed,
continuity should exist between terminals 1 and
3. If continuity is not as specified above, replace
the switch.
■ Inspection of Drain Switch
4-6. Inspection of Fan Motor
Measure resistance across the terminals of the
fan motor.
Terminals
CF2 - RX12
CF1 - RX12
CF1
CF2
RX12
Approx. 12.5Ω
Approx. 6.53Ω
At 25˚C (77˚F)
If the measured resistance is not equal to these
standard values, replace the fan motor.
■ Inspection of Fan Motor
4-7. Inspection of Compressor Motor
Measure resistance across the terminals of the
compressor motor.
Terminals
R-C
C-S
S-R
■ Inspection of Compressor Motor
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Approx. 0.94Ω
Approx. 1.96Ω
Approx. 2.90Ω
At 25˚C (77˚F)
If the measured resistance is not equal to these
standard values, replace the compressor. The
compressor has a built-in overload relay. The
overload relay should be operational if the above
resistance is obtained under normal temperature.
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4-8. Inspection of Wiring Connection
Refer to the Wiring Diagrams 3-2-1. (pg. 35 and
36) and check for connection of each wire.
4-9. Inspection of Anti-freezing Thermostat
Check for continuity across two terminals of the
thermostat. At normal temperature (17˚C/63˚F
or higher), there is continuity across two terminals. If continuity is interrupted across the
terminals, replace the thermostat.
■ Inspection of Thermostat
4-10. Inspection of High Pressure Switch
Check for continuity across two terminals of the
high pressure switch. With pressure equalized
when the unit is stopped, there is continuity
across two terminals. If continuity is interrupted
across the terminals, replace the high pressure
switch.
Specifications:
Cut off pressure - 29.5kg/cm2G
(420 PSIG)
Reset pressure - 20.5kg/cm2G
(291 PSIG)
4-11. Inspection of Compressor Relay
Check for continuity across the terminals when
the test button is depressed and when test
button is released.
■ Inspection of High Pressure Switch
Depressed:
Continuity exists between each pair of
opposing terminals
Released:
No continuity exists between each pair of
opposing terminals
Measure the resistance across terminals A
and B. Standard resistance: 650~800 Ω
When the resistance is out of this range, replace
the compressor relay.
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■ Inspection of Compressor Relay
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24HFU-1
UNIQUE FEATURES OF MODEL 24HFU-1
4-1. Inspection of Time Delay Relay
Check for continuity between terminals 1 and 9, and 4 and 12. Continuity should exist.
With rated voltage applied at terminal 13 and 14 (and after a time delay of 75 seconds) continuity should
exist between terminals 5 and 9, and 8 and 12. Delay time 75 ± 15 seconds.
If continuity does not exist as specified, replace the time delay relay.
■ Inspection of Time Delay Relay
4-2. Inspection of Restart Auxiliary Relay
Check for continuity between terminals 1 and 5. Continuity should exist.
With rated voltage applied at terminals 7 and 8, continuity should exist between terminals 3 and 5.
If continuity does not exist as specified, replace the restart auxiliary relay.
■ Inspection of Restart Auxiliary Relay
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4-3. Inspection of Room Thermostat
Check for continuity between terminals 2 and 3,
at room temperature (16˚C/61˚F or higher).
Continuity should exist. If continuity does not
exist, replace the room thermostat.
■ Inspection of Room Thermostat
4-4. Inspection of Fan Mode Control Switch
Check for continuity between pins 1 and 2 (when
switch is set to the left as shown) and pins 1 and
3 (when switch is set to the right). If continuity is
not as specified, replace the fan mode control
switch.
■ Inspection of Fan Mode Control Switch
4-5. Inspection of Compressor Relay
Check for continuity across the terminals when the test button is depressed and when test button is released.
Depressed:
Continuity exists between each pair of opposing terminals.
Released:
No continuity exists between each pair of opposing terminals with the exception of terminals 11 and 12.
(Continuity should always exist.)
Measure the resistance across terminals A and B. Standard resistance 650 ~ 800 Ω.
If resistance is out of range or if continuity is different than specified, replace the compressor relay.
■ Inspection of Compressor Relay
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REPAIR - INSPECTION AND REPAIR OF REFRIGERANT SYSTEM
5-1. Inspection
In most cases, the probable cause for insufficient cooling is a clogged system, leakage or an incorrect
amount of refrigerant. In such cases, inspect the system according to the following procedure.
5-1-1.
Inspection of Clogged System
Check the component parts of the refrigerant system, including piping, that could be clogged with
refrigerant. If clogged with refrigerant, only the clogged part is frosted partially. In such a case,
change the part in question.
5-1-2.
Inspection of Refrigerant Leak
Carefully check all connections, and each component for leaks whenever the refrigerant system is
installed or repaired. Use an electronic gas leak tester to inspect the system.
5-1-3.
Insufficient Refrigerant
In case the unit is judged to be deficient in cooling capacity, be sure to perform the inspections in
5-1-1. and 5-1-2. to confirm the cause of trouble. After that, charge the system with refrigerant.
5-2. Repair of Refrigerant System
In case there is a leak, obstruction, or trouble in the refrigerant system of the Spot Cooling System, replace
or repair the part in question. After replacing any component all connections must be brazed.
5-2-1.
Proper Brazing Techniques
It is desirable to use a slightly reducing flame. Oxyacetylene is commonly used since it is easy to
judge and adjust the condition of the flame. Unlike gas welding, a secondary flame is used for
brazing. It is necessary to preheat the base metal properly depending on the shape, size or thermal
conductivity of the brazed fitting.
The most important point in flame brazing is to bring the whole brazed fitting to a proper brazing
temperature. Care should be taken to not cause overflow of brazing filler metal, oxidization of brazing
filler metal, or deterioration due to the overheating of flux.
(1) BRAZED FITTING AND ITS
CLEARANCE
In general, the strength of brazing filler
metal is lower than that of the base
metal. So, the shape and clearance
of the brazed fitting are quite important. As for the shape of the brazed
fitting, it is necessary to maximize its
adhesive area. The clearance of the
brazed fitting must be minimized to
facilitate brazing filler metal to flow
into it by capillary action.
■ Brazed Fitting and its Clearance
(2) CLEANING OF BRAZING FILLER
METAL AND PIPE
When the refrigerant system has been
opened up, exposure to heat may
have caused brazing filler metal to
stick to the inside and outside of the
pipe. Brazing filler metal may also be
compounded with oxygen in the air to
form oxide film. Fats and oils may
stick to the pipe from handling. All
these factors will reduce effectiveness
of brazing. It is necessary to eliminate
excess brazing filler metal using sand
paper and by cleaning thoroughly with
a solvent such as Trichlene.
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(3) USE OF DRY NITROGEN GAS
During brazing, the inside of the pipe
undergoes an oxidative reaction due
to the brazing flame. Introduce dry
nitrogen gas (1l/min.; adjust with the
flow regulator) through the pinch-off
tube of the refrigerant cycle to prevent
oxidation.
NOTE
Take care not to allow dirt, water, oil, etc. to enter
into the pipe
■ Vertical Down Joint
(4) VERTICAL JOINT
Heat the whole brazed fitting to a
proper brazing temperature. Bring the
brazing filler metal into contact with
the fitting so that the brazing filler
metal starts flowing by itself. Stop
heating the fitting as soon as the
brazing filler metal has flown into the
clearance. Since the brazing filler
metal flows easily into the portion
heated to a proper temperature, it is
essential to keep the whole fitting at a
proper brazing temperature.
■ Vertical Up Joint
5-2-2. Removal of Refrigerant Cycle
Components
CAUTION
1.Before any refrigerant cycle component can be
replaced, it is necessary to recover the refrigerant using standard recovery procedures and
equipment.
2.To prevent oxidation, dry nitrogen should be
conducted (flow rate 1l/min) through the pinchoff tube during any brazing operation.
3.During any component replacement involving
brazing, shield nearby parts with a steel plate,
asbestos, etc., to protect them from the flame.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Evaporator
Capillary tube
Condenser
Compressor
NOTE
Hold the compressor body, not the tube, when
carrying the compressor.
■ Removal of Refrigerant Cycle Components
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24HFU
A
D
F
C
E
B
Removal of Refrigerant Cycle Components (Refer to 5-2-2.)
PART REPLACED
Compressor
Condenser
Capillary tube
Evaporator
DISCONNECT AT:
A&B
A&C
D&E
E&F
■ Refrigerant Cycle
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5-3. Charging the System with R-22 Refrigerant
Always ensure that the refrigerant system has been properly evacuated before charging with the specified
amount of R-22.
WARNING
1) When handling refrigerant (R-22), the following precautions should always be observed:
a) Always wear proper eye protection while handling refrigerant.
b) Maintain the temperature of the refrigerant container below 40˚C (104˚F).
c) Perform repairs in a properly ventilated area. (Never in an enclosed environment.)
d) Do not expose refrigerant to an open flame.
e) Never smoke while performing repairs, especially when handling refrigerant.
f) Be careful the liquid refrigerant does not come in contact with the skin.
2) If liquid refrigerant strikes eye or skin:
a) Do not rub the eye or the skin.
b) Splash large quantities of cool water on the eye or the skin.
c) Apply clean petroleum jelly to the skin.
d) Go immediately to a physician or to a hospital for professional treatment.
5-3-1.
Connection of Gauge Manifold
(1) Properly remove the crushed end of
the pinch-off tube at the high pressure
side and the low pressure side of the
refrigerant cycle with a pipe cutter.
(2) Fit the process tube fitting to the
pinch-off tube on both sides.
■ Mounting of Process Tube Fitting
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(3) Connect the charging hoses (red high pressure side, blue - low pressure side) of the gauge manifold to the
process tube fittings.
NOTE
Connect the hoses using care not to mistake the
high pressure side for the low pressure side and
vice versa.
(4) Connect the charging hose (green) at
the center of the gauge manifold to
the vacuum pump.
■ Connection of Gauge Manifold
5-3-2.
Evacuation
(1) Open the high pressure valve (HI) and
the low pressure valve (LO) of the
gauge manifold.
(2) Turn on the vacuum pump to start
evacuation. (Evacuate the system for
approximately 15 minutes.)
(3) When the low pressure gauge indicates 750mmHg (30in.Hg) or larger,
turn off the vacuum pump and close
the high and low pressure valves of
the gauge manifold.
■ Evacuation
■ Checking Vacuum
5-3-3.
Checking Vacuum
(1) Leave the high pressure valve and the
low pressure valve of the gauge
manifold closed for five minutes or
more, and confirm that the gauge
pointer does not return to zero.
(2) If the gauge pointer returns gradually
to zero there is a leak somewhere in
the system (this could also include
gauge manifold). Perform leak check
according to procedure indicated in
5-3-4. Once leak has been found and
repaired evacuate the system once
more, and confirm system holds
vacuum.
5-3-4.
Checking Gas Leak
(1) Remove the charging hose (green)
from the vacuum pump, and connect
the hose to the refrigerant cylinder
(R22).
■ Evacuating Air Inside Charging Hose
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(2) Loosen the nut on the gauge manifold
side of the charging hose (green).
(3) Open the high pressure valve of the
gauge manifold. Charge the system
with refrigerant until the low pressure
gauge indicates 57 PSIG. (4 kg/
cm2G.) After charging is complete,
close the high pressure valve.
(4) Check carefully for gas leaks inside
the refrigerant system using the gas
leak tester.
(5) Repair any leak.
■ Charging with Refrigerant for Gas Leak Check
WARNING
Do not attempt any repair on a charged system.
5-3-5.
Evacuation (Repeat)
(1) Close the valve of the refrigerant
cylinder. Then remove the charging
hose (green) from the refrigerant
cylinder, and connect it to the refrigerant recovery machine.
WARNING
Before checking for gas leaks, fully confirm that
there is nothing flammable in the area to cause an
explosion or fire. Contact of refrigerant with an
open fire generates toxic gas.
NOTE
Keep the high pressure valve and the low pressure valve of the gauge manifold closed.
(2) Using procedure 5-3-2., evacuate the
system until the low pressure gauge
indicates 750mmHg (30in.HG) or
greater. (For 15 minutes or more.)
(3) After evacuation is complete, close
the high and the low pressure valves
of the gauge manifold.
CAUTION
Be sure to evacuate the system twice or more
using the repetitive vacuum method. Evacuate the
system an additional time on rainy or humid days.
■ Evacuation (Repeat)
5-4. Refrigerant Charging Work
5-4-1.
Refrigerant Charging
(1) Remove the charging hose (green)
from the vacuum pump, and connect
it to the refrigerant cylinder (R-22).
(2) Loosen the nut on the gauge manifold
side of the charging hose (green).
Open the valve of the charging hose
(green). Open the valve of the
refrigerant cylinder.
■ Evacuating Air Inside Charging Hose
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(3) Securely place the refrigerant cylinder
on a scale with a weighing capacity of
70 lbs (30 kg) that is graduated by 0.2
oz (5 g).
(4) Open the high pressure valve of the
gauge manifold and the valve of the
refrigerant cylinder. Charge the
system with refrigerant to the specified
amount.
Standard Amount of Refrigerant:
■ Charging with Refrigerant
29.9 oz
+0.7
-0.0
oz (1.87 lbs) (850 g
+20.0
-0.0
g)
If the system cannot be charged with the
specified amount of refrigerant under this
condition, follow the steps below:
a) Close the high-pressure valve of
manifold.
b) Operate the refrigerant system.
c) Slowly open the low-pressure
valve while observing the scale
reading.
d) When the scale reads the specified amount, immediately close
the low-pressure valve.
e) Bring the system to a stop.
CAUTION
The amount of refrigerant charged has a great
effect on the cooling capacity of the unit. Charge
to the specified amount, always observing the
scale graduations while charging.
(5) Close the high pressure valve of the
gauge manifold and the valve of the
refrigerant cylinder.
5-4-2.
Removal of Gauge Manifold
(1) Crimp the pinch-off tube with a pinchoff tool.
(2) Remove the gauge manifold and the
process tube fitting. Crush the end of
the pinch-off tube.
(3) Braze the end of the pinch-off tube.
(4) Ensure that a gas leak is not present
at the pinched off portion and the
brazed end.
■ Removal of Gauge Manifold
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REPAIR - REASSEMBLY
Reassemble the unit in the reverse order of removal.
Described below are the parts that require special care
in reassembling the unit. Perform all wiring or rewiring
as referenced in the wiring diagram.
6-1. Compressor Mounting
Mount the compressor on the frame, using
cushions, steel collars, spring washers, plate
washers and nuts.
■ Compressor Mounting
6-2. Blower Assembly
Install blower fans (for evaporator and condenser).
Tightening torque:
1.3 ± 0.26 lb-in (1.5 ± 0.3kg-cm)
NOTE
After reassembling, the gap between blower fan
and housing should be 0.06 inches (1.5 mm) or
more.
■ Blower Assembly Mounting
6-3. Wiring Notice
Secure the wires using clamps so that they do
not come into contact with the edges of the
structure, etc. Secure the wires using clamps in
the same position they were before removal.
6-4. Perform the inspection of cooling capacity
and check for abnormal noise or abnormal
vibration.
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