KWIL Series Service Manual

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KWIL Series
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Service Manual
Multi zone Indoor
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Model Numbers:
KWIL09-H2
KWIL12-H2
KWIL18-H2
Table of Contents
1.
Precaution
2.
Product Description And Label
3.
Dimension of indoor unit
4.
Operation Characteristics
5.
Electronic function
6.
Wiring Diagrams
7.
Trouble Shooting
8.
Disassembly instructions
9.
Exploded view
WARNING

Installation MUST conform with local building codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code
NFPA70/ANSI C1-1993 or current edition and Canadian Electrical Code Part1 CSA C.22.1.

The information contained in the manual is intended for use by a qualified service technician familiar with safety
procedures and equipped with the proper tools and test instruments


Installation or repairs made by unqualified persons can result in hazards to you and others.
Failure to carefully read and follow all instr uctions in this manual can result in equipment malfunction, property damage,
personal injury and/or death.
CONTENTS
1.
Precaution ........................................................................................................................................... 2

1.1 Safety Precaution ........................................................................................................................ 2

1.2 Warning ...................................................................................................................................... 2
2.
Product Description And Label ............................................................................................................. 6
3.
Dimension of indoor unit ..................................................................................................................... 7
4.
Operation Characteristics ..................................................................................................................... 9
5.
Electronic Function .............................................................................................................................. 9
5.1 Abbreviation ...................................................................................................................................... 9
5.2Main Protection .................................................................................................................................. 9
5.3 Operation Modes and Functions ........................................................................................................ 9
6.
Wiring Diagrams..................................................................................................................................14
7.
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................................15
7.1 Display Function ................................................................................................................................15
7.2Indoor Unit Error Display....................................................................................................................16
7.3 Outdoor Unit Error Display ................................................................................................................17
7.4 Diagnosis and Solution ......................................................................................................................19
7.5 Trouble Criterion Of Main Parts.........................................................................................................90
8.
Disassembly Instructions ...................................................................................................................101
9.
Exploded View ..................................................................................................................................105
1. Precaution

1.1 Safety Precaution

To prevent injury to the user or

cause fore or electric shock.

other people and property damage,

followed.
Do not modify or extend the power
cable.
Incorrect operation due to ignoring

instruction will cause harm or
The
unit
removed,
damage.

Use the correctly rated breaker of
fuse.
the following instructions must be

Improper wiring or installation may
should
or
be
installed,
reinstalled
by
a
certified HVAC professional who is
Before service unit, be sure to read
locally licensed to handle this
this service manual at first.
product.


1.2 Warning

Installation

Do


not
installing the product, sharp edges
could cause injury, be especially
use
a
defective
or
careful of
the edges of the
underrated circuit breaker. Use this
cabinet and the fins on the
appliance on a dedicated circuit.
condenser and evaporator.
There is risk of fire or electric

For installation, always contact the
shock.
dealer or an authorized service
For electrical work, contact the
center.
dealer, seller, a qualified electrician,

Be cautious when unpacking and

Do not install the product on a
or an Authorized service center.
defective installation stand as this
Do not disassemble or repair the
may cause and accident, injury, or
product, there is risk of fire or
damage to the product.
electric shock.

Be sure the installation area does

Always ground the product.
not deteriorate with age. If the

Install the panel and the cover of
base collapses, the air conditioner
control box securely.
could fall with it, causing property
Always install a dedicated circuit
damage,
and breaker.
personal injury.

2
product
failure and



Take care to ensure that the power
(flooded
cable could not be disconnected or
discontinue
damaged during operation.
disconnect the power supply and
Do not place anything on the
contact
power cable.
technician or installer.
Do not unplug the power supply




Do
not
touch
(operation)
the

Turn the main power off when
When the product is not be used
power supply or turn off the
appliance near the power cable.
breaker.
Do not allow water to run into
electric parts. It may cause fire,
CAUTION
failure of the product, or electric

Always check for gas (refrigerant)
shock.
leakage after installation or repair
Do not store or use flammable gas
of product.

Low refrigerant levels may cause
failure of product.
Ensure that the condensing unit

Install the drain hose to ensure
the product in a tightly closed
that water is drained away properly.
space for a long time.
A bad connection may cause water
If smoke is detected during the
leakage.

Keep the product level during
installation
use immediately. Turn the breaker
off or disconnect the power supply

Use two or more people to lift and
transport the product.
cable.

repair
Do not place a heater or other
operation of the unit, discontinue

authorized
for a long time, disconnect the
has proper ventilation. Do not use

immediately,
product with wet hands.
or combustible near the product.

an
use
submerged),
cleaning or maintaining the product.
plug during operation.

or
Do not open the inlet grill of the

Do not install the product where it
product during operation. (Do not
will be exposed to sea wind (salt
touch the electrostatic filter, if the
spray) directly as this may cause
unit is so equipped.)
corrosion on the condenser and
When
the
product
is
evaporator fins. Corrosion
soaked
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could
cause
product
malfunction
or
failure of product.
inefficient operation.

Always insert the filter securely.
Clean the filter every two weeks or
more often if necessary.
Operational


A dirty filter reduces the efficiency
Do not expose the skin directly to
of the air conditioner and could
cool air for long periods of time.
cause
(Do not sit in the draft).
damage.
product
malfunction
or

This could harm to your health.

Do not use the product for special
through air inlet or outlet while the
purposes,
product is operated.
such
as

preserving
foods, works of art, etc. It is a

consumer air conditioner, not a

There is risk of damage or loss of

Do not block the inlet or outlet of
It may cause product failure.

Use a soft cloth to clean. Do not


Use a firm stool or ladder when
cleaning or maintaining the product.

use harsh detergents, solvents, etc.

It is not sanitary could cause
serious health issues.
air flow.

Do not drink the water drained
from the product.
property.

There are sharp and moving parts
that could cause personal injury.
precision refrigerant system.

Do not insert hands or other object
Be careful and avoid personal
injury.
There is risk of fire, electric shock,

Replace the all batteries in the
or damage to the plastic parts of
remote control with new ones of
the product.
the same type. Do not mix old and
Do not touch the metal parts of the
mew batteries or different types of
product when removing the air filter.
batteries.
They are very sharp.

There is risk of fire or explosion.

There is risk of personal injury.

Do not recharge or disassemble

Do not step on or put anything on
the batteries. Do not dispose of
the product. (outdoor units)
batteries in a fire.

There is risk of personal injury and

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They may burn of explode.

If the liquid from the batteries gets
leaked.
onto your skin or clothes, wash it

The chemical in batteries could
well with clean water. Do not use
cause
the remote of the batteries have
hazards
5
burns
or
other
health
2. Product Description And Label
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3. Dimension of indoor unit
H
D
W
Dimension
W
H
D
KWIL09-H2
790(31.1)
265(10.4)
198(7.8)
KWIL12-H2
790(31.1)
265(10.4)
198(7.8)
KWIL18-H2
920(36.2)
292(11.5)
223(8.8)
mm(in)
Model
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L
R
H
Model
R(mm(in))
L(mm(in))
H(mm(in))
KWIL09-H2
111.5(4.4)
100(3.9)
45(1.8)
KWIL12-H2
151(5.9)
100(3.9)
45(1.8)
Dimension of installation
hole(mm(in))
Φ65mm(2.56in)
R
L
H
Model
R(mm(in))
L(mm(in))
H(mm(in))
Dimension of installation
hole(mm(in))
KWIL18-H2
186.5(7.3)
150(5.9)
45(1.8)
φ65(2.56in)
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4. Operation Characteristics
Temperature
Mode
Room temperature
----When Indoor Fan Speed keeps too low or too
Cooling
operation
Heating
operation
Drying
operation
62℉~90℉
32℉~86℉
62℉~90℉
high for certain time, the unit will stop and the
LED will display the failure
32℉~122℉
5.2.3 Indoor fan delayed open function
(5℉~122℉
Outdoor temperature
:For the
models with low
temperature
cooling
system)
5℉~76℉
32℉~122℉
----When the system starts up, the louver will be
active immediately and the indoor fan will open
CAUTION:
10s later.
1. If air conditioner is used beyond the above
----If the system runs in heating mode, the indoor
conditions, the certain protections may action.
fan will be also controlled by anti-cold wind
2. Room relative humidity should be less than
function.
80%. If the air conditioner operates in excess of
this value, the surface of the air conditioner may
5.2.4 Zero crossing detection error protection
attract condensation. In this case, please set the
5.3 Operation Modes and Functions
vertical air louver to its maximum angle (vertically
5.3.1 Fan mode.
to the floor), and set the fan to high speed.
(1) The outdoor fan and compressor stop.
(2)Temperature setting function is disabled, and
5. Electronic Function
no setting temperature is displayed.
5.1 Abbreviation
(3) Indoor fan can be set to high/med/low/auto.
T1: Indoor ambient temperature
(4) The louver operates the same as in cooling
T2: Pipe temperature of indoor heat exchanger
mode.
T3: Pipe temperature of outdoor heat exchanger
(5) Auto fan:
T4: Outdoor ambient temperature
The action of auto fan in fan-only mode is the
T5: Compressor discharge temperature
same as auto fan in cooling mode with 24℃
Ts:Setting temp.
setting temperature.
5.2Main Protection
5.2.1 Three Minutes Delay at restart for
3.5
compressor.
3.0
High
1.5
5.2.2 Fan Speed is out of control.
Medium
1.0
Low
Ts=24℃
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5.3.2 Cooling Mode
T2
5.3.2.1 Indoor fan running rules
Setting
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In cooling mode, indoor fan runs all the time and
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37
the speed can be selected as high, medium, low
Low
and auto.
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33
Auto fan in cooling mode acts as follow:
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Breeze
Super
Breeze
17
Off
3.5
Auto fan action in heating mode.
High
3.0
1.5
Medium
1.0
Low
Low
2.5
2
5.3.2.4 Evaporator low temperature T2
Medium
protection.
1.5
1
High
When T2<4℃, the indoor has no capacity
demand and resume till T2>8℃.
5.3.3.2 High evaporator coil temp.T2
protection:
5.3.3 Heating Mode
If T2>63℃, the indoor unit has no capacity
5.3.3.1 Indoor fan running rules:
demand and resume till 48℃.
Indoor fan speed can be set as high, medium, low
5.3.4 Auto-mode
and auto fan and the anti-cold-wind function is
preferential.
This mode can be chosen by remote controller
and the setting temperature can be changed
between 17~30℃.
In auto mode, the machine will choose cooling,
heating or fan-only mode according to ΔT (ΔT
=T1-Ts).
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Press the touch button continually, the AC will run
as below sequence:
ΔT=T1-Ts
Running mode
ΔT>1℃
Cooling
-1≤ΔT≤1℃ Fan-only
Heating
ΔT<-1℃
Indoor fan will run at auto fan of the relevant
When the machine is off, pressing the touch
mode.
button will carry the machine to forced auto
mode, after this, if pressing the button once
The louver operate same as in relevant mode.
again, the machine will turn into forced cooling
If the machine switches mode between heating
mode.
and cooling, the compressor will keep stopping
for 15 minutes and then rechoose mode
In forced cooling mode, pressing touch button will
according to T1-Ts.
turn off the machine.
If the setting temperature is modified, the
5.3.6.2 In forced operation mode, all general
machine will rechoose running function.
protections and remote control are available.
5.3.6.3 Operation rules:
5.3.5 Dehumidifier mode
Forced cooling mode:
5.3.5.1 Indoor fan speed is fixed at breeze and
The indoor fan runs as breeze. After running for
can’t be changed. The louver angle is the same
30 minutes, AC will turn to auto mode with 24℃
as in cooling mode.
setting temperature.
5.3.5.2 Overlow room temperature protection
Forced auto mode:
In dehumidifier mode, if room temperature is
The action of forced auto mode is the same as
lower than 10℃, the indoor fan will stop and not
normal auto mode with 24℃ setting temperature.
resume until room temperature exceeds 12℃.
5.3.6.4 When there’s indoor unit running in forced
5.3.5.3 Evaporator anti-freezing protection is
cooling, it is the master forced cooling unit. Other
active
indoor units will run at forced cooling mode too
and they will be the slave forced cooling unit. The
slave forced cooling units cannot quit forced
cooling mode until the master forced cooling unit
5.3.6 Forced operation function
quit.
5.3.6.1 Enter forced operation function:
5.3.6.5 The slave forced cooling units will not be
controlled by other signals except timer off signal.
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5.3.6.6 If AC is running in sleep mode and
5.3.8.2. Operation process in sleep mode is as
receives forced operation signal, it will quit the
follow:
sleep mode.
When cooling, the setting temperature rises 1℃
(be lower than 30℃) every one hour, 2 hours
5.3.7 Timer function
later the setting temperature stops rising and
indoor fan is fixed as low speed.
5.3.7.1 Timing range is 24 hours.
When heating, the setting temperature decreases
5.3.7.2 Timer on. The machine will turn on
1℃(be higher than 17℃) every one hour, 2 hours
automatically when reaching the setting time.
later the setting temperature stops rising and
5.3.7.3 Timer off. The machine will turn off
indoor fan is fixed as low speed.(Anti-cold wind
automatically when reaching the setting time.
function has the priority)
5.3.7.4 Timer on/off. The machine will turn on
5.3.8.3 Timer off and remote controller off signals
automatically when reaching the setting “on” time,
have the priority compared with sleep function.
and then turn off automatically when reaching the
5.3.8.4 When user uses timer off function in sleep
setting “off” time.
mode(or sleep function in timer off mode), if the
5.3.7.5 Timer off/on. The machine will turn off
timing is less than 7 hours, sleep function will be
automatically when reaching the setting “off” time,
cancelled when reaching the setting time. If the
and then turn on automatically when reaching the
timing is more than 7 hours, the machine will not
setting “on” time.
stop until reaches the setting time in sleep mode.
5.3.7.6 The timer function will not change the AC
current operation mode. Suppose AC is off now, it
5.3.9 Auto-Restart function
will not start up firstly after setting the “timer off”
function. And when reaching the setting time, the
The indoor unit is equipped with auto-restart
timer LED will be off and the AC running mode
function, which is carried out through an auto-
has not been changed.
restart module. In case of a sudden power failure,
the module memorizes the setting conditions
5.3.7.7 The setting time is relative time.
before the power failure. The unit will resume the
previous operation setting (not including Swing
function) automatically after 3 minutes when
5.3.8 Sleep function mode
power returns.
5.3.8.1 Operation time in sleep mode is 7 hours.
After 7 hours the AC quits this mode and turns
If the memorization condition is forced cooling
off.
mode, the unit will run in cooling mode for 30
12
minutes and turn to auto mode as 24℃ setting
temp.
5.3.10 Ionizer /Plasma dust collector function
The indoor unit is equipped with Ionizer, which is
controlled by the CLEAN AIR button on the
remote controller. When the unit is turned on,
press the CLEAN AIR button to activate the
function. Press it again to stop the function.
During the time when Ionizer is controlled by
remote controller, Ionizer will be turned off
automatically if indoor fan stops running due to
malfunctions or anti-cold-wind. When indoor fan
restarts after malfunctions being eliminated and
anti-cold-wind being released, Ionizer will be
available again.
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6. Wiring Diagrams
KWIL09-H2 KWIL12-H2 KWIL18-H2
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7. Troubleshooting
7.1 Display Function
AUTO indication lamp
Lights up during the auto operation.
TIMER indication lamp
Lights up during Timer operation.
DEFROST indication
Lights up when the air conditioner starts defrosting
lamp(For cooling &
automatically or when the warm air control feature is
heating models only):
Ion indication
activated in heating operation.
Illuminate when Ionizer/Plasma function is activated
DIGITAL DISPLAY: Displays the current setting temperature
and malfunction/protection code when the air conditioner is in
operation.
Frequency display: This display is separated into five zones.
The zones illuminate based on the compressor current
frequency. For example, higher frequency will illuminate
more zones.
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7.2Indoor Unit Error Display
Display
Failure
E0
Indoor EEPROM malfunction
E1
Indoor/ outdoor units communication error
E2
Zero-crossing signal error
E3
Indoor fan speed has been out of control
E5
Open circuit or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor or outdoor EEPROM
malfunction
E6
Open circuit or short circuit of T1 or T2 temperature sensor
E7
Outdoor fan speed has been out of control
P0
IPM module or IGBT over-strong current protection
P1
Voltage protection
P2
Temperature protection of compressor top
P3
Outdoor temperature is lower than -15°C (optional function)
P4
Inverter compressor drive protection
P5
Mode conflict
Note
P3: If the outdoor temperature <= -15 °C for 1 hour, then the machine stops running, the indoor display
shows the error code "P3“. The unit can still receive remote control signals.
If the outdoor >= -12 °C for 10 minutes, the compressor stops running more than one hour,
Or the outdoor temperature>= 5 ℃ for 10 minutes, then AC will recover to the last mode and fan
speed.
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7.3 Outdoor Unit Error Display
For KSIM20912-H216 - 2G, KSIM30912-H216 - 1G, KSIM330-H219, KSIM40912-H216 - 2G
Display
IDU
IDU
Error
Error
(KWIO)
(KWIL / KWIM)
LED STATUS
IDU
Error
(KDIM)
E0
Outdoor EEPROM malfunction
E5
F4
E6
E2
Communication malfunction between indoor and outdoor units
E1
E1
E2
E3
Communication malfunction between IPM board and outdoor main board
——
——
——
E4
Open or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor(T3、T4、T5、T2B)
E5
F2
E6
E5
Voltage protection
P1
P1
P0
E6
PFC module protection(Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 2G)
——
——
——
——
E8
Outdoor fan speed has been out of control(Only for DC fan motor models)
——
F5
F1
No A Indoor unit coil outlet temp. sensor or connector of sensor is defective
——
——
——
F2
No B Indoor unit coil outlet temp. sensor or connector of sensor is defective
——
——
——
F3
No C Indoor unit coil outlet temp. sensor or connector of sensor is defective
——
——
——
F4
No D Indoor unit coil outlet temp. sensor or connector of sensor is defective
——
——
——
P0
Temperature protection of compressor top (Only for KSIM30912-H216 - 1G)
P2
P2
P3
P1
High pressure protection (Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 2G)
——
——
——
P2
Low pressure protection(Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 2G)
——
——
——
P3
Current protection of compressor
——
——
——
P4
Temperature protection of compressor discharge
——
——
——
P5
High temperature protection of condenser
——
——
——
P6
IPM module protection
P0
P0
E5
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For KSIM20912-H216 - 1G, M3OC-27HRDN1-M, KSIM40912-H216 - 1G
Display
digital tube
LED STATUS
IDU
Error
(KWIL / KWIM)
IDU
Error
KDIM
E5
E6
No A Indoor unit coil outlet temp. sensor or connector of sensor is defective
——
——
E2
No B Indoor unit coil outlet temp. sensor or connector of sensor is defective
——
——
E3
No C Indoor unit coil outlet temp. sensor or connector of sensor is defective
——
——
E6
No D Indoor unit coil outlet temp. sensor or connector of sensor is defective
——
——
E4
Open or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor(T4)
E5
E6
E5
Voltage protection
P1
P0
E7
Communication malfunction between IPM board and outdoor main board
——
——
P0
Temperature protection of compressor discharge (Temperature protection
of compressor top(only for KSIM20912-H216 - 1G&M3OC-27HRDN1-M) )
P2
P3
P1
High pressure protection (Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 1G)
——
——
P2
Low pressure protection(Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 1G)
——
——
P3
Current protection of compressor
——
——
P4
IPM module protection
P0
E5
P6
High temperature protection of condenser
——
——
P7
Inverter compressor drive protection
P4
P4
PF
PFC module protection(Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 1G)
——
——
E0
Outdoor EEPROM malfunction
E1
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7.4 Diagnosis and Solution
7.4.1 Indoor unit trouble shooting
7.4.1.1 E0(Indoor EEPROM malfunction) error diagnosis and solution
Error Code
E0
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
PCB main chip does not receive feedback from EEPROM chip
●
Installation mistake
●
PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
EEPROM: a read-only memory whose contents can be erased and reprogrammed using a pulsed voltage.
For the location of EEPROM chip, please refer to the below photos.
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7.4.1.2 E1(Communication malfunction between indoor and outdoor units) error diagnosis
and solution.
Error Code
E1
Malfunction decision
conditions
Indoor unit does not receive the feedback from outdoor unit
during 120 seconds.
Supposed causes
●
Wiring mistake
●
Indoor or outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
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Pic 1:Use a multimeter to test the
DC voltage between L2 port and S
port of outdoor unit. The red pin of
multimeter connects with L2 port
while the black pin is for S port.
When AC is normal running, the
voltage will move alternately
between positive value and
negative value.
Pic 2: :IPM (for dual/tri/qua-zone)
Power (some
modles)
Self-Check OK
Operating
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PIC3 :Main board LED when power on and unit
standby.
PIC 4: Check point button, press 1 time for check
how many indoor units are connected.(for
KSIM20912-H216 - 2G, KSIM30912-H216 - 1G,
KSIM330-H219, KSIM40912-H216 - 2G)
Check point button, press 18 times for check how
many
ind oor units
are
connected.
(for KSIM20912-H216 - 1G, KSIM30912-H216
- 1G, KSIM40912-H216 - 1G)
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7.4.1.3 E2(zero-crossing signal error) diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
E2
Malfunction decision
conditions
When PCB does not receive zero crossing signal feedback for
4 minutes or the zero crossing signal time interval is abnormal.
Supposed causes
●
Connection mistake
●
PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
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7.4.1.4 E3(indoor fan speed has been out of control) diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
E3
Malfunction decision
conditions
When indoor fan speed keeps too low (300RPM) for certain time, the unit
will stop and the LED will display the failure.
Supposed causes
●
Wiring mistake
●
Fan ass’y faulty
●
Fan motor faulty
●
PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
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Index 1:
1: Indoor AC fan motor
Power on and set the unit running in fan mode at high fan speed. After running for 15 seconds, measure
the voltage of pin1 and pin2. If the value of the voltage is less than 100V, the PCB must have problems and
need to be replaced.
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7.4.1.5 E5(open or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor) diagnosis and solution
E6 (open or short circuit of room or indoor temperature sensor) diagnosis and
solution.
Error Code
E5/E6
Malfunction decision
conditions
If the sampling voltage is lower than 0.06V or higher than
4.94V, the LED will display the failure.
Supposed causes
●
Wiring mistake
●
Sensor faulty
●
PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
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7.4.1.6 P0(IPM module or IGBT over-strong current protection) diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P6
When the voltage signal that IPM send to compressor drive
chip is abnormal, the display LED will show “P6” and AC will
turn off.
● Wiring mistake
● IPM malfunction
● Outdoor fan ass’y faulty
● Compressor malfunction
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
28
29
7.4.1.7 P1(over voltage or too low voltage protection) diagnosis and solution.
30
7.4.1.8 P2(Temperature protection of compressor top) diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P2
If the sampling voltage is not 5V, the LED will display the
failure.
● Wiring mistake
● Over load protector faulty
● System block
● Outdoor PCB faulty
7.4.1.9 P4 Inverter compressor drive error diagnosis and solution
The trouble shooting is same with one of IPM module protection(P0).
31
7.4.1.10 P5: Mode conflict.
Error Code
P5
Malfunction decision
conditions
The indoor units cannot work cooling mode and heating at same time.
Heating mode has a priority.
Unit action
●
●
Suppose Indoor unit A working in cooling mode or fan mode, and
indoor unit B is set to heating mode, then A will change to off and B
will work in heating mode.
Suppose Indoor unit A working in heating mode, and indoor unit B
is set to cooling mode or fan mode, then B will change to stand by
and A will be no change.
Cooling mode
Heating Mode
Fan
Off
Cooling mode
No
Yes
No
No
Heating Mode
Yes
No
Yes
No
Fan
No
Yes
No
No
Off
No
No
No
No
No: No mode conflict;
Yes: Mode conflict
32
7.4.2 Outdoor unit trouble shooting (For KSIM20912-H216 - 2G, KSIM218-H221, KSIM30912-H216 - 1G,
KSIM330-H219, KSIM40912-H216 - 2G)
7.4.2.1 E0(Outdoor EEPROM malfunction) error diagnosis and solution
Error Code
E0
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
PCB main chip does not receive feedback from EEPROM chip
●
●
Installation mistake
PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
EEPROM: a read-only memory whose contents can be erased and reprogrammed using a pulsed voltage.
For the location of EEPROM chip, please refer to the below photos.
Outdoor PCB(KSIM330-H219)
33
7.4.2.2 E2(Communication malfunction between indoor and outdoor units) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
E2
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
Indoor unit does not receive the feedback from outdoor unit
during 120 seconds or outdoor unit does not receive the
feedback from any one indoor unit during 180 seconds.
●
Wiring mistake
●
Indoor or outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
34
35
Pic 1:Use a multimeter to test the
DC voltage between L2 port and S
port of outdoor unit. The red pin of
multimeter connects with L2 port
while the black pin is for S port.
When AC is normal running, the
voltage will move alternately
between positive value and
negative value.
Pic 2: :IPM (For dual/tri-zone)
Operating
Self-Check
36
Pic 2: :IPM (For qua-zone)
Power,
Self-Check
Operating
PIC3 :Main board LED when power on and unit
standby.
PIC 4: Check point button, press 1 time for check
how many indoor units are connected.
37
7.4.2.3 E3(Communication malfunction between IPM board and outdoor main board) error diagnosis and
.
Error Code
E3
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
PCB main chip does not receive feedback from IPM module
during 60 seconds.
● Wiring mistake
● PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
38
Remark:
Use a multimeter to test the DC
voltage between black pin and
white pin of signal wire The normal
value should be around 5V.
Use a multimeter to test the DC
voltage between black pin and red
pin of signal wire. The normal value
should be around 12V.
39
7.4.2.4E4(open or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor) diagnosis and solution
F1/F2/F3/F4/F5 (open or short circuit of indoor coil temperature sensor) diagnosis and solution.
.
Error Code
E4/F1/F2/F3/F4/F5
Malfunction decision
conditions
If the sampling voltage is lower than 0.06V or higher than
4.94V, the LED will display the failure.
Supposed causes
●
Wiring mistake
●
Sensor faulty
●
PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
40
7.4.2.5 E5(Voltage protection) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
E5
An abnormal voltage rise or drop is detected by checking the
specified voltage detection circuit.
● Power supply problems.
● System leakage or block
● PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
41
IPM (for dual/trizone)
IPM (for quazone)
P-N (for dual/tri-zone)
42
P-N (for qua-zone)
43
bridge rectifier
(for dual/tri-zone)
bridge rectifier
(for qua-zone)
44
Remark:
Measure the DC voltage
between + and - port. The
normal value should be
190V~250V.
45
7.4.2.6 E6(PFC module protection) error diagnosis and solution. (Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 2G)
Error Code
E6
Malfunction decision
conditions
When the voltage signal that PFC sends to main control board
is abnormal, the display LED will show “E6” and AC will turn
off.
Supposed causes
● Wiring mistake
● Outdoor PCB faulty
● Inductance of PFC module faulty
● PFC module malfunction
Trouble shooting:
46
Inductance
Two ports of the inductance
47
48
7.4.2.7 E8(Outdoor fan speed has been out of control) diagnosis and solution(Only for DC fan motor
models).
Error Code
E8
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
When outdoor fan speed keeps too low (300RPM) or too high(2400RPM)
for certain time, the unit will stop and the LED will display the failure.
● Wiring mistake
● Fan ass’y faulty
● Fan motor faulty
● PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
49
Index 1:
1. DC fan motor(control chip is inside fan motor)
Power on and when the unit is in standby, measure the voltage of pin1-pin3, pin4-pin3 in fan motor
connector. If the value of the voltage is not in the range showing in below table, the PCB must have
problems and need to be replaced.
DC motor voltage input and output
NO.
Color
Signal
Voltage
1
Red
Vs/Vm
200~380V
2
---
---
---
3
Black
GND
0V
4
White
Vcc
13.5~16.5V
5
Yellow
Vsp
0~6.5V
6
Blue
FG
13.5~16.5V
Vs
Vcc
50
Vsp
FG
51
7.4.2.8 P0(Temperature protection of compressor top) error diagnosis and solution. (Only for
KSIM30912-H216 - 1G)
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P0
If the sampling voltage is not 5V, the LED will display the failure.
●
●
●
●
Wiring mistake
Over load protector faulty
System block
Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
52
53
7.4.2.9 P1(High pressure protection) error diagnosis and solution. (Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 2G)
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P1
If the sampling voltage is not 5V, the LED will display the
failure.
● Wiring mistake
● Over load protector faulty
● System block
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
54
55
56
7.4.2.10 P2(Low pressure protection) error diagnosis and solution. (Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 2G)
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P2
If the sampling voltage is not 5V, the LED will display the
failure.
● Wiring mistake
● Over load protector faulty
● System block
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
57
58
59
7.4.2.11 P3(Current protection of compressor) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P3
If the outdoor current exceeds the current limit value, the LED
will display the failure.
● Wiring mistake
● Over load protector faulty
● System block
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
60
61
7.4.2.12 P4(Temperature protection of compressor discharge) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
P4
When the compressor discharge temperature(T5) is more
than 115℃ for 10 seconds, the compressor will stop and
restart till T5 is less than 90℃.
Supposed causes
●
●
●
●
Refrigerant leakage
Wiring mistake
The discharge temperature sensor faulty
Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
62
7.4.2.13 P5(High temperature protection of condenser) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P5
When outdoor pipe temperature is more than 65°C, the unit will
stop, and unit runs again when outdoor pipe temperature is less
than 52°C
● The condenser temperature sensor faulty
● Heat exchanger dirty
● System block
Trouble shooting:
63
7.4.2.14 P6(IPM module protection) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P6
When the voltage signal that IPM send to compressor drive
chip is abnormal, the display LED will show “P6” and AC will
turn off.
● Wiring mistake
● IPM malfunction
● Outdoor fan ass’y faulty
● Compressor malfunction
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
64
65
7.4.3 Outdoor unit trouble shooting (For KSIM20912-H216 - 1G, KSIM30912-H216 - 1G, KSIM40912-H216 - 1G
7.4.3.1 E0(Outdoor EEPROM malfunction) error diagnosis and solution
Error Code
E0
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
PCB main chip does not receive feedback from EEPROM chip
●
●
Installation mistake
PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
EEPROM: a read-only memory whose contents can be erased and reprogrammed using a pulsed voltage.
For the location of EEPROM chip, please refer to the below photos.
Outdoor PCB(KSIM20912-H216 - 1G)
66
7.4.3.2 E4(open or short circuit of outdoor temperature sensor) diagnosis and solution
E1/E2/E3/E6 (open or short circuit of indoor coil temperature sensor) diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
E1/E2/E3/E4/E6
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
If the sampling voltage is lower than 0.06V or higher than
4.94V, the LED will display the failure.
●
Wiring mistake
●
Sensor faulty
●
PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
67
7.4.3.3 E5(Voltage protection) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
E5
An abnormal voltage rise or drop is detected by checking the
specified voltage detection circuit.
● Power supply problems.
● System leakage or block
● PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
Voltage protection
Check the voltage of
outdoor unit power supply,
whether the voltage
between L(L1) and N (L2) is
about 187~253VAC
No
Check the power supply
Yes
Check whether the voltage
of IPM board P and N is
normal? DC277-356V for
18-27KBtu/h; DC277-410V
for 36KBtu/h
No
Replace bridge rectifiers,
and then check whether the
system can run normally
Yes
Yes
No
Replace IPM board, and
then check whether the
system can run normally
Yes
No
Replace outdoor main board
Trouble is solved
68
IPM (for dual/trizone)
bridge rectifier
IPM (for quazone)
P-N
69
Remark:
Measure the DC voltage
between + and - port. The
normal value should be
190V~250V.
70
7.4.3.4 E7(Communication malfunction between IPM board and outdoor main board) error diagnosis and
.
Error Code
E7
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
PCB main chip does not receive feedback from IPM module
during 60 seconds.
● Wiring mistake
● PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
71
Remark:
Use a multimeter to test the DC
voltage between black pin and
white pin of signal wire The normal
value should be around 5V.
Use a multimeter to test the DC
voltage between black pin and red
pin of signal wire. The normal value
should be around 12V.
72
7.4.3.5 P0(Temperature protection of compressor discharge) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
P0
When the compressor discharge temperature(T5) is more
than 115℃ for 10 seconds, the compressor will stop and
restart till T5 is less than 90℃.
Supposed causes
●
●
●
●
Refrigerant leakage
Wiring mistake
The discharge temperature sensor faulty
Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
73
7.4.3.6 P0(Temperature protection of compressor top) error diagnosis and solution. (Only for
KSIM20912-H216 - 1G & KSIM30912-H216 - 1G)
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P0
If the sampling voltage is not 5V, the LED will display the
failure.
● Wiring mistake
● Over load protector faulty
● System block
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
74
75
7.4.3.7 P1(High pressure protection) error diagnosis and solution. (Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 1G)
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P1
If the sampling voltage is not 5V, the LED will display the
failure.
● Wiring mistake
● Over load protector faulty
● System block
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
76
77
78
7.4.3.8 P2(Low pressure protection) error diagnosis and solution. (Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 1G)
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P2
If the sampling voltage is not 5V, the LED will display the
failure.
● Wiring mistake
● Over load protector faulty
● System block
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
79
80
81
7.4.3.9 P3(Current protection of compressor) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P3
If the outdoor current exceeds the current limit value, the LED
will display the failure.
● Wiring mistake
● Over load protector faulty
● System block
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
82
83
7.4.3.10 P4(IPM module protection) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P4
When the voltage signal that IPM send to compressor drive
chip is abnormal, the display LED will show “P4” and AC will
turn off.
● Wiring mistake
● IPM malfunction
● Outdoor fan ass’y faulty
● Compressor malfunction
● Outdoor PCB faulty
Trouble shooting:
84
85
7.4.3.11 P6(High temperature protection of condenser) error diagnosis and solution.
Error Code
Malfunction decision
conditions
Supposed causes
P6
When outdoor pipe temperature is more than 65°C, the unit will
stop, and unit runs again when outdoor pipe temperature is less
than 52°C
● The condenser temperature sensor faulty
● Heat exchanger dirty
● System block
Trouble shooting:
86
7.4.3.12 P7(Inverter compressor drive protection) error diagnosis and solution.
The same as P4(IPM module protection)
7.4.3.13 PF(PFC module protection) error diagnosis and solution. (Only for KSIM40912-H216 - 1G)
Error Code
PF
Malfunction decision
conditions
When the voltage signal that PFC sends to main control board
is abnormal, the display LED will show “PF” and AC will turn
off.
Supposed causes
● Wiring mistake
● Outdoor PCB faulty
● Inductance of PFC module faulty
● PFC module malfunction
Trouble shooting:
87
Inductance
Two ports of the inductance
88
89
7.5 Trouble Criterion Of Main Parts.
Spec.
Indoor unit
Model
KWIL09-H2
KWIL12-H2
Indoor fan motor
RPG20B
RPG20B
KWIL18-H2
RPG28H
Outdoor unit
Model
KSIM30912-H216 - 1
Compressor
DA150S1C-20FZ
DA250S2C-30MT
TNB306FPGMC-L
Outdoor fan motor
YDK53-6FB(B)
WZDK72-38G
WZDK180-38G
Model
KSIM30912-H216 - 1G
KSIM40912-H216 - 1G
DA150S1C-20FZ
TNB306FPGMC-L
YDK53-6FB(B)
YDK180-8GB
Compressor
Outdoor fan motor
KSIM330-H219
90
KSIM40912-H216 - 2G
1.Temperature sensor checking
Disconnect the temperature sensor from PCB, measure the resistance value with a tester.
Temperature Sensors.
Room temp.(T1) sensor,
Indoor coil temp.(T2) sensor,
Outdoor coil temp.(T3) sensor,
Outdoor ambient temp.(T4) sensor,
Compressor discharge temp.(T5) sensor.
Measure the resistance value of each winding by using the multi-meter.
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Appendix 1 Temperature Sensor Resistance Value Table (℃--K)
℃
-20
K Ohm
115.266
℃
20
K Ohm
12.6431
℃
60
K Ohm
2.35774
℃
100
K Ohm
0.62973
-19
108.146
21
12.0561
61
2.27249
101
0.61148
-18
101.517
22
11.5000
62
2.19073
102
0.59386
-17
96.3423
23
10.9731
63
2.11241
103
0.57683
-16
89.5865
24
10.4736
64
2.03732
104
0.56038
-15
84.2190
25
10.000
65
1.96532
105
0.54448
-14
79.3110
26
9.55074
66
1.89627
106
0.52912
-13
74.5360
27
9.12445
67
1.83003
107
0.51426
-12
70.1698
28
8.71983
68
1.76647
108
0.49989
-11
66.0898
29
8.33566
69
1.70547
109
0.48600
-10
62.2756
30
7.97078
70
1.64691
110
0.47256
-9
58.7079
31
7.62411
71
1.59068
111
0.45957
-8
56.3694
32
7.29464
72
1.53668
112
0.44699
-7
52.2438
33
6.98142
73
1.48481
113
0.43482
-6
49.3161
34
6.68355
74
1.43498
114
0.42304
-5
46.5725
35
6.40021
75
1.38703
115
0.41164
-4
44.0000
36
6.13059
76
1.34105
116
0.40060
-3
41.5878
37
5.87359
77
1.29078
117
0.38991
-2
39.8239
38
5.62961
78
1.25423
118
0.37956
-1
37.1988
39
5.39689
79
1.21330
119
0.36954
0
35.2024
40
5.17519
80
1.17393
120
0.35982
1
33.3269
41
4.96392
81
1.13604
121
0.35042
2
31.5635
42
4.76253
82
1.09958
122
0.3413
3
29.9058
43
4.57050
83
1.06448
123
0.33246
4
28.3459
44
4.38736
84
1.03069
124
0.32390
5
26.8778
45
4.21263
85
0.99815
125
0.31559
6
25.4954
46
4.04589
86
0.96681
126
0.30754
7
24.1932
47
3.88673
87
0.93662
127
0.29974
8
22.5662
48
3.73476
88
0.90753
128
0.29216
9
21.8094
49
3.58962
89
0.87950
129
0.28482
10
20.7184
50
3.45097
90
0.85248
130
0.27770
11
19.6891
51
3.31847
91
0.82643
131
0.27078
12
18.7177
52
3.19183
92
0.80132
132
0.26408
13
17.8005
53
3.07075
93
0.77709
133
0.25757
14
16.9341
54
2.95896
94
0.75373
134
0.25125
15
16.1156
55
2.84421
95
0.73119
135
0.24512
16
15.3418
56
2.73823
96
0.70944
136
0.23916
17
14.6181
57
2.63682
97
0.68844
137
0.23338
18
13.9180
58
2.53973
98
0.66818
138
0.22776
19
13.2631
59
2.44677
99
0.64862
139
0.22231
92
Appendix 2
Unit: ℃---K
Discharge temp. sensor table
-20
542.7
20
68.66
60
13.59
100
3.702
-19
511.9
21
65.62
61
13.11
101
3.595
-18
483
22
62.73
62
12.65
102
3.492
-17
455.9
23
59.98
63
12.21
103
3.392
-16
430.5
24
57.37
64
11.79
104
3.296
-15
406.7
25
54.89
65
11.38
105
3.203
-14
384.3
26
52.53
66
10.99
106
3.113
-13
363.3
27
50.28
67
10.61
107
3.025
-12
343.6
28
48.14
68
10.25
108
2.941
-11
325.1
29
46.11
69
9.902
109
2.86
-10
307.7
30
44.17
70
9.569
110
2.781
-9
291.3
31
42.33
71
9.248
111
2.704
-8
275.9
32
40.57
72
8.94
112
2.63
-7
261.4
33
38.89
73
8.643
113
2.559
-6
247.8
34
37.3
74
8.358
114
2.489
-5
234.9
35
35.78
75
8.084
115
2.422
-4
222.8
36
34.32
76
7.82
116
2.357
-3
211.4
37
32.94
77
7.566
117
2.294
-2
200.7
38
31.62
78
7.321
118
2.233
-1
190.5
39
30.36
79
7.086
119
2.174
0
180.9
40
29.15
80
6.859
120
2.117
1
171.9
41
28
81
6.641
121
2.061
2
163.3
42
26.9
82
6.43
122
2.007
3
155.2
43
25.86
83
6.228
123
1.955
4
147.6
44
24.85
84
6.033
124
1.905
5
140.4
45
23.89
85
5.844
125
1.856
6
133.5
46
22.89
86
5.663
126
1.808
7
127.1
47
22.1
87
5.488
127
1.762
8
121
48
21.26
88
5.32
128
1.717
9
115.2
49
20.46
89
5.157
129
1.674
10
109.8
50
19.69
90
5
130
1.632
11
104.6
51
18.96
91
4.849
12
99.69
52
18.26
92
4.703
13
95.05
53
17.58
93
4.562
14
90.66
54
16.94
94
4.426
15
86.49
55
16.32
95
4.294
16
82.54
56
15.73
96
4.167
17
78.79
57
15.16
97
4.045
18
75.24
58
14.62
98
3.927
19
71.86
59
14.09
99
3.812
93
B(25/50)=3950K
R(90℃)=5KΩ±3%
Appendix 3:
℃
℉
℃
℉
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35
74 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98
2. Compressor check
Measure the resistance value of each winding by using the tester.
Position
Blue - Red
Resistance Value
DA130S1C-20FZ
DA150S1C-20FZ
DA250S2C-30MT
TNB306FPGMC-L
0.95Ω(20℃)
0.95Ω(20℃)
0.55Ω(20℃)
0.53Ω(20℃)
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3.IPM continuity check
Turn off the power, let the large capacity electrolytic capacitors discharge completely, and dismount the
IPM. Use a digital tester to measure the resistance between P and UVWN; UVW and N.
Digital tester
(+)Red
P
(-)Black
N
U
V
W
Normal resistance
value
Normal
resistance
value
Digital tester
(+)Red
U
V
W
(+)Red
∞
(Several MΩ)
(-)Black
∞
N
(Several MΩ)
4. AC Fan Motor.
Measure the resistance value of each winding by using the tester.
Position
Resistance Value
RPG20B
Black - Red
White - Black
RPG28H
381Ω±8% (20℃)
342Ω±8% (20℃)
183.6Ω±8% (20℃)
180Ω±8% (20℃)
(Brand: Weiling)
(Brand: Dayang)
(Brand: Weiling)
(Brand: Wolong)
267Ω±8% (20℃)
253Ω±8% (20℃)
206Ω±8% (20℃)
190Ω±8% (20℃)
(Brand: Weiling)
(Brand: Dayang)
(Brand: Weiling)
(Brand: Wolong)
Measure the resistance value of each winding by using the tester.
95
Position
Resistance Value
YDK70-6FB
YDK1808GB
YSK27-4G
YSK68-4B
YDK45-6B
YSK25-6L
YDK536FB(B)
Black - Red
56Ω±8%
(20℃)
24.5Ω±8%
(20℃)
317Ω±8%
(20℃)
145Ω±8%
(20℃)
345Ω±8%
(20℃)
627Ω±8%
(20℃)
88.5Ω±8%
(20℃)
Red Yellow
76Ω±8%
(20℃)
19Ω±8% (20
℃)
252Ω±8%
(20℃)
88Ω±8%
(20℃)
150Ω±8%
(20℃)
374.3Ω±8%
(20℃)
138Ω±8% (20
℃)
Yellow Blue
76Ω±8%
(20℃)
19Ω±8% (20
℃)
252Ω±8%
(20℃)
88Ω±8%
(20℃)
150Ω±8%
(20℃)
374.3Ω±8%
(20℃)
138Ω±8% (20
℃)
5.4-way valve
1. Power on, use a digital tester to measure the voltage, when the unit operates in cooling, it is 0V. When the
unit operates in heating, it is about 230VAC.
If the value of the voltage is not in the range, the PCB must have problems and need to be replaced.
96
2 Turn off the power, use a digital tester to measure the resistance. The value should be 1.8~2.5 KΩ.
6.EXV check
Disconnect the connectors.
97
Resistance to EXV coil
Color of lead wire
Normal Value
Red- Blue
Red - Yellow
About 50Ω
Brown-Orange
Brown-White
98
Red- Blue
Red - Yellow
99
Brown-Orange
Brown-White
100
8. Disassembly Instructions
No.
Parts name
Procedures
Remarks
1
Front panel
How to remove the front
panel.
Overview:
1)
Pull the below side
of
the panel and release
Clip
the clips. Remove the
filter and horizontal
louver.
2) Remove the fixing
screw and open the
cover.
One screw
Clip
fixing the cover
3) Lift the panel and
release the connector of
display ass’y. Then
Connector for
display ass’y
remove the front panel.
4) Remove the five
screws and release the
panel frame ass’y.
5 screws
101
2
Electrical
parts
How to remove the
electrical parts.
Grounding
screws
Coil temp.
sensor
1) After remove the
front panel from
procedure 1, pull out the
room temp. sensor and
evaporator coil sensor.
Remove the grounding
screws.
Room temp. sensor
Screw for cover
2) Remove the fixing
screw and open the
cover of electronic
control box.
3) Pull out the
connectors of swing
motor, fan motor, room
temp. sensor and coil
temp. sensor. .
Fan motor
connector
Swing motor
connector
4) Remove the fixing
screw and then remove
the electronic control
box and air outlet ass’y.
One screw
102
Temp. sensor
connectors
3
Evaporator
How to remove the
evaporator.
1) After remove the
front
panel ass’y and
electrical parts following
procedure 1 and
procedure 2, remove the
pipe holder at the rear
side of the unit.
Screw of pipe holder
2) Remove the three
screws on the
evaporator at the base
3 screws
bearing side.
3) Remove two screws
on the evaporator at the
fixed plates and then lift
the evaporator ass’y.
2 screws
103
4
Fan and
motor
How to remove the fan
and motor.
1)
After remove the
evaporator ass’y
following procedure 1,
procedure 2 and
procedure 3, remove the
four screws fixing the
Four screws
cover
2)
Remove the screw
fixing the motor and
then pull out the motor.
1-Screw
104

KWIL09-H2
No.
Part Name
Quantity
BOM code
1
2
3
4
4.1
Panel assembly
Air freshening filter
Air filter
Display box assembly
Display board assembly
Cover of indoor electronic
control box
Screw cap (left)
Screw cap (middle)
Screw cap (right)
Panel frame assembly
Horizontal louver
Air outlet assembly
Louver motor
Fix clamp of temperature
sensor
Drain hose
Evaporator assembly
Fan motor cover
Asynchronous motor
Bearing base
Cross flow fan
1
1
2
1
1
2011325A3642
201131410703
201132591022
2033323A1413
2013323A0690
1
201132590463
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
201132590923
201132590922
201132590921
201132590918
201132590920
201132590862
202400200006
1
201102000305
1
1
1
1
1
1
201101020038
201532590467
201130490106
202400300137
202719900606
201100200039
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
107
20
21
22
23
23.1
23.2
23.3
23.4
23.5
23.6
23.7
24
27
27
Chassis assembly
Pipe clamp board
Installation plate
Electronic control box
assembly
Cover of electronic control
box
Electronic control box
Main control board
assembly
Ambient temperature
sensor assembly
Pipe temperature sensor
assembly
Wire joint
Transformer
Remote Controller
Pipe nut
Pipe nut
1
1
1
201132590919
201130100204
201230390006
1
203352090209
1
201130490184
1
201130490108
1
201352090316
1
202433190000
1
202301300080
1
1
1
1
1
202301420101
202300900095
203355091469
201600330002
201600330001
108

KWIL12-H2
No.
Part Name
Quantity
BOM code
1
2
3
4
4.1
Panel assembly
Air freshening filter
Air filter
Display box assembly
Display board assembly
Cover of indoor electronic
control box
Screw cap (left)
Screw cap (middle)
Screw cap (right)
Panel frame assembly
Horizontal louver
Air outlet assembly
Louver motor
Fix clamp of temperature
sensor
Drain hose
Evaporator assembly
Fan motor cover
Asynchronous motor
Bearing base
Cross flow fan
1
1
2
1
1
201132590464
201131410703
201132591022
203332390661
201332391562
1
201132590463
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
201132590923
201132590922
201132590921
201132590918
201132590920
201132590862
202400200006
1
201102000305
1
1
1
1
1
1
201101020038
201532590397
201130490106
202400300137
202719900606
201100200039
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
109
20
21
22
23
23.1
23.2
23.3
23.4
23.5
23.6
23.7
24
27
27
Chassis assembly
Pipe clamp board
Installation plate
Electronic control box
assembly
Cover of electronic control
box
Electronic control box
Main control board
assembly
Ambient temperature
sensor assembly
Pipe temperature sensor
assembly
Wire joint
Transformer
Remote Controller
Pipe nut
Pipe nut
1
1
1
201132590919
201130100204
201230390006
1
203352090184
1
201130490184
1
201130490108
1
201352090317
1
202433190000
1
202301300080
1
1
1
1
1
202301420101
202300900095
203355091255
201600330003
201600330001
110

KWIL18-H2
No.
Part Name
Quantity
BOM code
1
2
3
4
4.1
Panel assembly
Air freshening filter
Air filter
Display box assembly
Display board assembly
Cover of indoor electronic
control box
Screw cap
Panel frame assembly
Air outlet assembly
Louver motor
Drain hose
Fix clamp of temperature
sensor
Evaporator assembly
Fan motor cover
Asynchronous motor
Bearing base
Cross flow fan
Chassis assembly
Pipe clamp board
Installation plate
1
1
2
1
1
201132890609
201131410703
201132890704
203332890292
201332391562
1
201132890658
3
1
1
1
1
201132890619
201132890616
201132890273
202400200120
201101020038
1
201102000305
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
201532790059
201132790128
202400300419
202719900606
201100200014
201132790555
201232800103
201232790012
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
21
111
23
23.1
23.2
23.3
23.4
23.5
23.6
24
27
27
28
29
Electronic control box
assembly
Cover of electronic control
box
Electronic control box
Main control board
assembly
Ambient temperature
sensor assembly
Pipe temperature sensor
assembly
Wire joint
Remote Controller
Pipe nut
Pipe nut
Horizontal louver(up)
Horizontal louver(down)
1
203352090183
1
201132800161
1
201130210069
1
201352090358
1
202433190000
1
202301300080
1
1
1
1
1
1
202301420101
203355091255
201600330001
201600330003
201132890617
201132890618
112
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