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USER’S MANUAL
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INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS
AIR-CONDITIONER
USER’S MANUAL
BUKU PEDOMAN
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SRK10YL-S
SRK13YL-S
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INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS
PETUNJUK PEMASANGAN
ARAHAN-ARAHAN PEMASANGAN
AIR-CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS
3-1, Asahi, Nishibiwajima-cho, Kiyosu, Aichi, 452-8561, Japan
http://www.mhi.co.jp
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES - MAHAJAK AIR CONDITIONERS CO., LTD.
220 Lad Krabang Industrial Estate Free Zone 3, Soi Chalongkrung 31,
Kwang Lamplatiew, Khet Lad Krabang, Bangkok 10520, Thailand
Tel : +66-2-326-0401
Fax : +66-2-326-0419
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MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES AIR-CONDITIONERS AUSTRALIA, PTY. LTD.
9C Commercial Road Kingsgrove NSW 2208
Tel : +61-2-8571-7977
Fax : +61-2-8571-7992
http://www.mhiaa.com.au
Thank you for purchasing a MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD. Air Conditioner.
To get the best long-lasting performance, read and follow this User’s Manual carefully before using your airconditioner.
After reading, please store the Manual in a safe place and refer to it for operational questions or in the
event of any irregularities.
This air-conditioner is intended for domestic use.
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PO BOX 318 Kingsgrove NSW 1480
RMA012A031A
USER’S MANUAL
contents
Safety precautions ....................................................................................................................... 2
Choice of operations and features ............................................................................................... 4
Name of each part and its function ............................................................................................. 5
Operation and indication section for remote control .................................................................. 7
AUTO mode operation procedure .............................................................................................. 8
Temperature adjustment during AUTO ...................................................................................... 8 USER’S MANUAL
About FAN SPEED ..................................................................................................................... 8
COOL/DRY/FAN mode operation procedure ............................................................................ 9
Air-conditioner operating conditions .......................................................................................... 9
Air flow direction adjustment procedure .................................................................................. 10
3D AUTO operation procedure ................................................................................................ 10
SLEEP operation procedure ...................................................................................................... 11
OFF-TIMER operation procedure ............................................................................................ 11
ON-TIMER operation procedure .............................................................................................. 12
SLEEP operation + ON-TIMER operation procedure ............................................................. 12
PROGRAM TIMER operation procedure ................................................................................ 13
Present time setting procedure .................................................................................................. 13
HIGH POWER/ECONOMY operation procedure ................................................................... 14
Concerning CLEAN operation ................................................................................................. 15
Emergency run operation .......................................................................................................... 15
Power blackout auto restart function ........................................................................................ 15
Installation location setting ....................................................................................................... 16
Remote control handling procedure .......................................................................................... 17
When the operation fails with the remote control .................................................................... 17
Operating hints .......................................................................................................................... 18
Maintenance .............................................................................................................................. 18
Has the unit been installed correctly? ....................................................................................... 20
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................ 20
Please remember! ...................................................................................................................... 21
When to contact your distributor without delay ....................................................................... 22
Self diagnosis function .............................................................................................................. 23
–1–
Safety precautions
•
Before starting to use the system, please read these “Safety precautions” carefully to ensure proper operation of the system.
•
The safety precautions are classified as “
DANGER” and “
CAUTION”. Precautions as shown in the column “
DANGER” indicate
CAUTION”
that improper handling could lead to drastic result like death, serious injury, etc. Even precautions as shown in the column “
might pose a serious problem, depending on the circumstances. Please observe these precautions with great care, since they are essential to your
safety.
Symbols which appear frequently in the text have the following meaning:
•
Observe instructions with
great care
Strictly prohibited
•
Provide proper earthing
When you have read this instruction manual, please keep it without missing. If someone else takes over as operator, make certain that the manual
is also passed on to the new operator.
❚ INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS
DANGER
The system is for domestic, residential
etc. use.
If used in severer environments,
such as an engineering workplace,
the equipment may function poorly.
CAUTION
Do not install it where flammable gas
may leak.
Depending on the place of installation, an earth leakage breaker may
be necessary.
Gas leaks may cause fire.
If you do not install an earth leakage breaker, you may get an electric shock.
The system must be installed by your
dealer or a qualified professional.
Make sure to install the drain hose
properly so that all the water is
drained out.
Make sure that the system has been
properly earthed.
It is not advisable to install the system by yourself, as faulty handling
may cause leakage of water, electric
shock or fire.
Improper installation may lead to
water drop in the room resulting
in wet furniture.
Earth cables should never be
connected to a gas pipe, water
pipe, lightning conductor or telephone earth cable. Incorrect installation of the earth cable may
produce an electric shock.
❚ OPERATION PRECAUTIONS
DANGER
Do not expose yourself to the cooling
air for a long period.
This could affect your physical
condition and cause health problems.
Do not insert anything into the air inlet.
This may cause injury, as the internal fan rotates at high speed.
The appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical,sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their
safety.
Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
Store the remote control out of reach of
infants.
Failure to observe this may result in the batteries being swallowed or other accidents.
CAUTION
Only use approved fuses.
Do not handle the switches with wet
hands.
Use of steel or copper wire instead of an approved fuse is
strictly prohibited, as it may
cause a breakdown or fire.
This may cause an electric
shock.
Do not swing from the indoor unit.
Do not place a flammable insecticide
or paint spray near the blower, nor
spray it directly on the system.
If the indoor unit falls down,
you may get injured.
You should not expose any combustion appliance directly to the air
stream of the air-conditioner.
The appliance may then work
inadequately.
The system should only be used for its original purpose and not for anything else like,
for instance, preservation of food, plants or
animals, precision devices or works of art.
The system is only intended
for use in ordinary domestic
rooms. Any other use of the
system may damage the quality of food, etc.
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This may result in a fire.
Do not wash the air-conditioner with
water.
This could cause an electric
shock.
Do not place anything containing water, like vases, on top of the unit.
Water entering the unit could
damage the insulation and therefore cause an electric shock.
❚ Safety precautions
CAUTION
Do not install the system where the airflow direction is aimed directly at
plants or animals.
Do not sit on the outdoor unit nor put
anything on it.
After a long period of use, check the
unit's support structure from time to
time.
If the unit falls down or things
drop off it, people could get hurt.
If you do not repair any damage
right away, the unit may fall
down and cause personal injury.
Do not place household electrical appliances or household items under
neath the indoor or outdoor units.
Do not operate the system without
the air filter.
Condensation falling from the
unit may stain objects and cause
accidents or electrical shock.
It can cause malfunction of the
system due to clogging of the
heat exchanger.
Do not shut off the power supply immediately after stopping the operation.
Do not control the system with main
power switch.
If you operate the system together
with a combustion appliance, you
must regularly ventilate the indoor air.
Wait at least 5 minutes, otherwise
there is a risk of water leakage or
breakdown.
It can cause fire or water leakage.
In addition, the fan can start unexpectedly, which can cause personal injury.
Insufficient ventilation may
cause accidents due to oxygen
deficiency.
Stand firmly on a stepladder or other
stable object when removing the inlet
panel and filters.
When you clean the system, stop the
unit and turn off the power supply.
Do not place objects near the outdoor unit or allow leaves to gather
around the unit.
Failure to observe this may result
in injury through insecure objects
toppling over.
Never open the panel while the
internal fan is rotating.
If there are objects or leaves
around the outdoor unit, small
animals may enter unit and contact electrical parts and may
cause a break-down, smoke or
fire.
This will damage their health.
Do not touch the aluminum fins on the
air heat exchanger.
It may result in injury.
Contact your dealer to clean inside the
indoor unit, do not attempt to do by
yourself.
The use of a non-approved detergent or improper washing method
may damage the unit’s plastic components and cause leaks. Damage,
smoke, or fire may also happen if
the detergent comes in contact with
electrical parts or the unit’s motor.
Stop the unit and turn off the power
if you hear thunder or there is a
danger of lightning.
It may damage the unit.
❚ PRECAUTIONS FOR RELOCATION OR REPAIRS
DANGER
Do not perform any repairs or modifications by yourself. Consult the dealer if
the unit requires repair.
If you repair or modify the unit, it
can cause water leaks, electric
shocks or fire.
Consult your dealer for repairs.
Wrong repairs could cause an
electric shock, fire, etc.
In case the air-conditioner is relocated elsewhere, contact your dealer
or a professional fitter.
Faulty installation may cause water leakage, electric shock, fire,
etc.
If you notice anything abnormal (smell of
burning, etc.), stop the system, turn off
the power supply and consult your
dealer.
If the air-conditioner fails to cool or warm the room, it may have a refrigerant
leakage. Contact your dealer.
If refrigerant needs to be added, check with your dealer for proper instructions.
Continued use of the system in abnormal circumstances may result
in malfunctioning, electric shock,
fire, etc.
If the refrigerant comes in contact with the bare skin, it may cause cold injury.
If the refrigerant gas is inhaled excessively, it may cause deterioration of nerve function
like dizziness and headache, or deterioration of heart function like irregular heartbeat and
heart palpitation temporarily. If refrigerant unexpectedly leaks from the unit onto a fan
heater, stove, hotplate or other heat source, harmful gases could be generated.
–3–
Choice of operations and features
Choice of operations
COOL
Page 9
DRY
Cooling by extracting heat from the room.
Page 9
Drying by extracting damp from the room.
Functioning of microcomputer depends on setting and room temperatures. It dehumidifies while keeping room temperature almost
constant.
FAN
Page 9
AUTO
Fanning by circulating room air.
Page 8
Automatic selection of operating mode.
The Auto mode automatically
selects the operation mode
(COOL or DRY), depending
on the room temperature
when switched on.
Features
Amenity facility
Page 13
TIMER procedure
When using the timer to switch on, the system should become operational shortly before the set time, depending on the room
temperature so that the desired temperature
should be reached at the set time.
Adjustment of
airflow
Page 11, 12
There are three timers, for SLEEP, ON and
OFF. They can be set as desired.
Page 10
HIGH POWER mode
Turning up the power operates the air-conditioner in the power cooling mode.
ECONOMY mode
•
SWING FLAP
Flap moves up and down continuously.
•
SWING LOUVER
Louver moves left and right continuously.
•
MEMORY FLAP (FLAP OR LOUVER STOPPED)
Once the flap or louver position has been set, the
unit will memorise it and continue in the same position the next time.
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Page 14
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This is an economic level of operation.
Name of each part and its function
INDOOR UNIT
Air inlet panel
Draws in the indoor air.
Unit indication section and remote control signal receiver
Wireless remote control
Air filter
Removes dust or dirt from the inlet air.
Page 18
Air-cleaning filter
Room temperature detector
Unit operation switch
Air outlet
Air blows out of here.
Left/right air flow adjustment louver
Page 10
Up/down air flow direction adjustment flap
Page 10
Drain hose
Drains water from the dehumidified air.
Refrigerant piping connection electric flex
OUTDOOR UNIT
Air inlet
(On side & rear surface)
Air outlet
Outdoor unit fan
Heat exchanger
Accessories
Battery (R03 ×2)
Wireless remote control
Wireless remote
control holder
Wood screw (Quantity:2)
(for remote control holder mounting)
–5–
Natural enzyme filter
(Green)
Photocatalytic washable
deodorizing filter (Orange)
Unit indication section
RUN light (green)
Illuminates during operation
and CLEAN operation.
TIMER light (yellow)
Illuminates during TIMER operation.
HI POWER light (green)
Illuminates during HIGH POWER operation.
3D AUTO light (green)
Illuminates during 3D AUTO operation.
How to open the air inlet panel
Unit ON/OFF button
Place fingers at the recesses on both sides of the panel and pull up the panel
to this side so that it will be opened by about 60 degrees.
In emergencies, this button can be used for turning on/off the unit when
remote control is not available.
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Unit ON/OFF button
How to close the air inlet panel
Push both sides evenly and press further lightly at the center.
Removal, installation of air inlet panel
When removing the air inlet panel for internal cleaning or others, open the
panel by 80 degrees and then pull it to this side.
Secure either the upper or lower edge of the air inlet panel by lightly pushing it
in, and then close the panel.
–6–
Operation and indication section for remote control
Operation section
FAN SPEED button
OPERATION MODE select button
Each time the button is pushed, the
indicator is switched over in turn.
Each time the button pushed, the
indicator is switched over in turn.
ON/OFF (luminous) button
HI POWER/ECONO button
Press for starting operation, press again
for stopping.
This button changes the HIGH POWER/
ECONOMY mode.
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AIR FLOW (UP/DOWN) button
This button changes the air flow (up/down) mode.
Page 10
TEMPERATURE button
This button sets the room temperature.
(This button changes the present time and
TIMER time.)
AIR FLOW (LEFT/RIGHT) button
This button changes the air flow (left/right) mode.
Page 10
3D AUTO button
ON TIMER button
This button sets 3D AUTO operation.
This button selects ON TIMER operation.
Page 10
Page 12
OFF TIMER button
SLEEP button
This button selects OFF TIMER operation.
Page 11
This button changes to SLEEP operation.
Page 11
RESET switch
Switch for resetting microcomputer and
setting time.
Page 13, 17
• The above illustration shows all controls, but in practice
only the relevant parts are shown.
CLEAN switch
This switch changes the CLEAN mode.
CANCEL button
This button cancels the ON timer, OFF
timer, and SLEEP operation.
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Indication section
ON/OFF TIMER indicator
CLEAN indicator
Indicates during CLEAN operation.
Indicates during ON/OFF TIMER operation.
OPERATION MODE indicator
SLEEP indicator
Indicates selected operation with
lamp.
[ (Auto) • (Cool) •
(Fan) • (Dry)]
Indicates during SLEEP operation.
TEMPERATURE indicator
TIME indicator
Indicates set temperature.
(Does not indicate temperature when operation
mode is on AUTO)
Indicates present time or timer setting time.
AIR FLOW indicator
FAN SPEED indicator
Indicates set air flow rate with
lamp.
Shows selected flap and louver mode.
HI POWER/ECONO MODE indicator
3D AUTO indicator
Indicates during HIGH POWER/ECONOMY
mode operation.
Indicates during 3D AUTO operation.
Transmission procedure
When each button on the remote control is pressed with the remote control pointing towards the air-conditioner unit a signal is transmitted.
When the air-conditioner receives the signal correctly, it will beep.
–7–
AUTO mode operation procedure
■ Automatically selects the operation mode (COOL, DRY) depending on the room temperature when switched on.
When the unit is not in AUTO mode:
1
Press MODE button.
Move the [
mark] to the
(Auto) position.
Aim the remote control at the air-conditioner.
2
Press the ON/OFF button.
To stop:
Press the ON/OFF button.
NOTE
•
AUTO mode can be operated by simply pressing
the ON/OFF button.
Air is not blown out during the operation.
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Air flow direction adjustment procedure.
•
Page 10
If you don’t want the AUTO mode program, change
to COOL, DRY or FAN instead of AUTO.
Page 9
Temperature adjustment during AUTO
■ Air temperature adjustment is possible even during automatic operation. There are 6 levels of adjustment possible with the
button or the
button.
When a change in temperature is desired.
1
Press the
or
button.
When it is a little cold
Press the
■
button.
Each time the
button is pressed, the switch over occurs in the following order
–6 → –5 → ............ –1 → ±0 → +1 ............ +6.
When +6 is indicated, even if the
button is pressed, the indicator does not change.
When it is a little hot
Press the
■
button.
Each time the
button is pressed, the switch over occurs in the following order
+6 → +5 → ............ +1 → ±0 → –1 ............ –6.
When –6 is indicated, even if the
button is pressed, the indicator does not change.
About FAN SPEED
■
You can choose the capacity of your air-conditioner when cooling or fan.
Operation capacity by your choice
Set automatically by microcomputer
Powerful operation with high capacity
Standard operation
Energy-saving operation
FAN SPEED
AUTO
HI
MED
LO
Press the FAN SPEED button.
Move the [
AUTO
–8–
mark] to the desirable fan speed position.
HI
MED
LO
COOL/DRY/FAN mode operation procedure
Aim the remote control at the air-conditioner.
1
Press the MODE select button.
Move the [
mark] to the desirable operation position.
(Cool),
2
3
(Fan),
(Dry)
Press the ON/OFF button.
Press the TEMP button.
Press
or
button for the desired temperature.
Standard
4
Air flow direction adjustment procedure.
Press the FAN SPEED button
Set the fan speed as desired.
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To stop:
Press the ON/OFF button.
NOTE
•
Program changing procedure
Set the new program.
• The operation program can also be set or changed when
the air-conditioner is not in operation.
Air is not blown out during the operation.
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Air-conditioner operating conditions
■ Use within the following operational range. Operating outside of this range may result in the protection devices being activated, preventing
the unit from working.
Cooling operation
Outside temperature
Approximately 21 to 43 °C
Inside temperature
Approximately 21 to 32 °C
Inside humidity
Below approximately 80%
The long-term use of the unit with a humidity level exceeding 80% may result in condensation forming on the
surface of the indoor unit, leading to water drips.
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Air flow direction adjustment procedure
Adjusting air flow direction
■ Up/down direction can be adjusted with the AIRFLOW
button the mode changes as follows:
Change to AIRFLOW (UP/DOWN) mode.
(UP/DOWN) button on the remote control. Each time when you press this
(Flap stopped)
(Swing)
■ Left/right direction can be adjusted with the AIRFLOW
button the mode changes as follows:
Change to AIRFLOW (LEFT/RIGHT) mode.
(LEFT/RIGHT) button on the remote control. Each time when you press this
(Louver stopped)
(Swing)
MEMORY FLAP (FLAP OR LOUVER STOPPED)
When you press the AIRFLOW (UP/DOWN or LEFT/RIGHT) button once while the flap or
louver is operating, it stops swinging at an angle.Since this angle is memorized in the microcomputer, the flap or louver will automatically be set at this angle when the next operation is started.
•
•
•
DANGER
Avoid constant airflow to the body for hours on end.
• Recommended angle of the flap when stopping
(Horizontal
blowing)
COOL, DRY
CAUTION
When in COOL or DRY operation, do not operate for hours on end with the
air flow blowing straight down. Otherwise, condensation may appear on the
outlet grill and drip down.
Do not try to adjust the flaps and louvers by hand, as the control angle may
change or the flap or louver may not close properly.
3D AUTO operation procedure
Fan speed and air flow direction are automatically controlled, allowing the entire room to be efficiently conditioned.
1
2
Press the ON/OFF button.
Press the 3D AUTO button.
Each time the 3D AUTO button is pressed, the indicator is switched
in the order of:
(3D AUTO)
No indication
(Normal operation)
Releasing procedure
Press the 3D AUTO button to turn off the 3D AUTO indicator.
NOTE
• 3D AUTO operation is cancelled when you switch the operation program.
• The 3D AUTO light illuminates during 3D AUTO operation.
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SLEEP operation procedure
■ The unit stops automatically at the end of the set period of time.
The room temperature is automatically controlled when the set time lapses, so that the room does not become too cold during cooling.
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1
Press the SLEEP button.
■ If this is pressed while the unit is off
SLEEP operation starts with the previous operation settings, and the air conditioning is turned off after the time that has been set passes.
■ If this is pressed while the unit is running
Each time the button is pressed, the indication changes as follows:
... (Units of one hour)
No indication
(cancelled)
Example: You wish it to stop after 7 hours.
Set to
The timer light (yellow) is on.
1
h
• The unit stops at the end of the set period of time.
Changing of set time
Releasing procedure
Set to a new time by using SLEEP button.
Press the CANCEL button to turn off the SLEEP indicator.
OFF-TIMER operation procedure
■ The unit stops automatically at the end of the set period of time. If it is stopped, perform the operations starting with STEP 1 and if running start with STEP 2.
Example: You wish it to stop 22:30.
1
2
3
Press the ON/OFF button.
Press the OFF TIMER button.
OFF TIMER indicator
Press the “
Each time the
0:00
0:10
Each time the
0:00 23:50
or
is blinking.
” button.
button is pressed, the indicator is switched in the order of:
0:20
...
1:00
1:10
(Units of ten minutes)
button is pressed, the indicator is switched in the order of:
23:40
... 23:00
22:50
(Units of ten minutes)
Set at 22:30.
Changing of set time
Set a new time by using the OFF TIMER button.
4
Press the OFF TIMER button.
Press within
60 sec.!
Releasing procedure
The indication changes from blinking to steady lighting and the setting is complete.
The timer light (yellow) is on.
Press the CANCEL button to turn off the timer indicator.
• The unit stops at the end of the set period of time.
h
– 11 –
ON-TIMER operation procedure
■ Operation starts 5 to 60 minutes before the time that is set so that the room temperature reaches the optimum temperature at that time.
ON-TIMER operation can be set regardless of whether the air-conditioner is running or not.
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Example: In the case you wish to bring the temperature to nearly set temperature in at 8:00.
1
2
Press the ON-TIMER button.
ON TIMER indicator
is blinking.
Press the “
” button.
Each time the
0:00
0:10
Each time the
0:00 23:50
or
button is pressed, the indicator is switched in the order of:
0:20
...
1:00
1:10
(Units of ten minutes)
button is pressed, the indicator is switched in the order of:
23:40
... 23:00
22:50
(Units of ten minutes)
Set at 8:00.
3
Press the ON TIMER button.
Press within
60 sec.!
The indication changes from blinking to steady lighting and the setting is complete.
The timer light (yellow) is on.
h
• Operation starts 5 to 60 minutes before the set time.
• The TIMER light goes out at the set time.
Changing of set time
Releasing procedure
Set a new time by using the ON-TIMER button.
Press the CANCEL button to turn off the timer indicator.
SLEEP operation + ON-TIMER operation procedure
■ Combined timer operation of SLEEP operation and ON TIMER. 1-time event setting.
Example: When it is desired to stop after 3 hours and then start operation at 8:00, near
the set temperature.
■ SLEEP operation setting
Set by the procedures on page 11.
Set to
■ ON TIMER operation setting
Set by the above mentioned ON TIMER operation procedure.
Set to
The setting of the lighting of the timer light (yellow) of this unit is complete.
h
• After the SLEEP operation set time has elapsed, the operation stops, and it
starts from 5 to 60 minutes before the ON TIMER’s time.
• The timer light is not lit at the ON TIMER’s time.
Changing of set time
Releasing procedure
Set a new time by using the SLEEP or ON TIMER
button.
Press the CANCEL button to turn off the timer indicator.
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PROGRAM TIMER operation procedure
■ The timer operations that consist of the combination of the timer being set at both on and off. Once this has been set and operations started,
operations will commence and end at the same time every day as long as the ON/OFF button is not pressed.
Example: When it is desired to stop at 22:30, and then start operation at 8:00, near the set
temperature.
■ OFF TIMER operation setting
Set by the procedures on page 11.
Set to
■ ON TIMER operation setting
Set by the procedures on page 12.
Set to
The setting of the lighting of the timer light (yellow) of this unit is complete.
The time will be displayed on the remote control unit. The display will change
depending on the operational status.
(Stopped)
(Operating)
Changing of set time
Set a new time by using the OFF TIMER or ON TIMER button.
Releasing procedure
Press the CANCEL button to turn off the timer indicator.
Amenity facilities enable to start the operation a little earlier, so that the room
should approach optimum temperature at ON time when the operation is
started by ON-TIMER.
• Mechanism
The room temperature is checked
In COOL operation
60 minutes before the timer is at
(Stop) Operation starts
ON. Depending on the temperature at that time, the operation
(Operation)
starts 5 to 60 minutes before the
Set temperature
timer is at ON.
• The Amenity facility only functions for COOL operation mode
(including AUTO). It does not
Check the room
Set time
work for DRY mode.
temp. 60 mins.
in advance.
When SLEEP operation is selected, the room temperature is automatically
controlled after a while, ensuring that the room is not too cold during cooling
or too warm during heating.
▼
About SLEEP operation
▼
About Amenity facilities
• During COOL : the preset temperature is lowered by 1°C at the start of
SLEEP operation (when the timer is set). After that, the temperature goes
up by 1°C every an hour to become 2°C higher.
Present time setting procedure
■ When inserting the batteries, the present time is automatically set to time setting mode.
Example: Set to 10:30.
1
2
3
Press the ACL switch.
Press with the tip of a ballpoint pen, etc.
The time indicator blinks and can be set to the current time.
Press the “
or
” button.
(Set to 10:30)
Press the ON/OFF button.
Press within
60 sec.!
The indication changes from blinking to steady lighting and the setting is complete.
NOTE
• The timer operation is set on the basis of the present time, so please set it correctly.
• The remote control data is reset when the present time is set.
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HIGH POWER/ECONOMY operation procedure
If the air-conditioner is not operating, aim the remote control at the air-conditioner.
1
2
Press the ON/OFF button.
Press the HI POWER/ECONO button.
• When the operating mode is AUTO or COOL
Each time the HI POWER/ECONO button is pressed, the indicator is switched
in the order of:
(HIGH POWER)
(ECONOMY)
(Normal operation)
• When the operating mode is DRY or PROGRAM TIMER
Each time the HI POWER/ECONO button is pressed, the indicator is switched
in the order of:
(ECONOMY)
(Normal operation)
Concerning HIGH POWER operation
Pressing the HI POWER/ECONO button intensifies the operating power and initiates powerful cooling operation for 15 minutes continuously.
The remote control
indicates but the FAN SPEED indication is erased.
NOTE
•
•
•
During the HIGH POWER operation, the room temperature is
not controlled. When it causes an excessive cooling, press the HI
POWER/ECONO button once more to cancel the HIGH
POWER operation.
HIGH POWER operation is not available during the DRY, the
program timer operations and 3D AUTO operation.
During ON timer operation, HIGH POWER operation will start
when the ON time is reached.
•
When the following operations are conducted HIGH POWER operation will be canceled.
1 When the HI POWER/ECONO button is pressed again.
2 When the operation mode is changed.
3 When it has been 15 min. since HIGH POWER operation has started.
4 When the 3D AUTO button is pressed.
Concerning ECONOMY operation
Pressing the HI POWER/ECONO button initiates a soft operation with the power suppressed in order to avoid an excessive cooling. The unit
operates 1.5°C higher than the setting temperature for weak wind capacity during cooling. The remote control
indicates but the FAN
SPEED indication is eraseed.
NOTE
•
It will go into ECONOMY operation the next time the air-conditioner runs in the following instances.
1 When the air-conditioner is stopped using the ON/OFF button.
2 When the air-conditioner is stopped in SLEEP or OFF
TIMER operation.
3 When CLEAN operation ends.
•
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When the following operations are conducted ECONOMY operation will be canceled.
1 When the HI POWER/ECONO button is pressed again.
Concerning CLEAN operation
■ CLEAN operation should be run after AUTO, COOL and DRY operation to remove the moisture from inside the indoor unit and control the
growth of mold and bacteria.
1
Press the CLEAN switch with the tip of a ballpoint pen.
Each time the CLEAN switch is pressed, the indicator is
switched in the order of:
No indication
(CLEAN on)
To stop:
(CLEAN off)
Press the ON/OFF button.
NOTE
•
•
•
CLEAN operation is impossible after Fan, OFF-TIMER and SLEEP have
stopped.
The indoor unit fan runs for about two hours in CLEAN operation.
The RUN light illuminates during CLEAN operation.
Emergency run operation
•
•
The unit ON/OFF button on the unit operates ON/OFF temporarily when the remote control is not used.
Operation program
• OPERATION MODE
:
AUTO
•
FAN SPEED
:
AUTO
•
AIR FLOW
:
AUTO
Operation starts by pressing the unit ON/OFF button; it stops if you press
the button again.
Unit ON/OFF button
Power blackout auto restart function
■ What is power blackout auto restart function?
• Power blackout auto restart function is a function that records the operational status of the air-conditioner immediately prior to it being switched
off by a power cut, and then automatically resumes operations at that point after the power has been restored.
• The following settings will be cancelled:
1 Timer settings
2 HIGH POWER operations
NOTE
•
•
The power blackout auto restart function is set at on when the air-conditioner is shipped from the factory. Consult with your dealer if this
function needs to be switched off.
When power failure ocurrs, the timer setting is cancelled. Once power is resumed, reset the timer.
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Installation location setting
Take the air conditioning unit’s location into account and adjust the left/right airflow range to maximize air-conditioning.
1
If the air conditioning unit is running, press the ON/OFF
button to stop.
2
Press the AIR FLOW
(UP/DOWN) button and the
AIRFLOW
(LEFT/RIGHT) button together for 5 seconds
or more.
The installation location setting cannot be made while the unit is running.
The installation location display illuminates.
3
Setting the air-conditioning installation location.
Press the AIR FLOW
(LEFT/RIGHT) button and adjust to the
desired location.
Each time the AIR FLOW
(LEFT/RIGHT) button is pressed, the
indicator is switched in the order of:
(Center Installation)
4
(Right End Installation)
(Left End Installation)
Press within
60 sec.!
Press the ON/OFF button.
The air-conditioner's installation location is set.
Press within 60 seconds of setting the installation location (while the
installation location setting display illuminates).
Air conditioner installation location and airflow range
The diagram below indicates the airflow ranges corresponding to the air-conditioner's installation location. Consider your room's layout and
set the airflow range to maximize conditioning effectiveness.
Airflow range
(Left End Installation)
Airflow range
(Center Installation)
Airflow range
(Right End Installation)
General Information
•
mark will be displayed on the display panel while the air conditioner is in operation, regardless of the installation location of the unit.
• When installation location of the air conditioner had been set once, installation location will be memorized into the unit even if
unplugging the power cord. Please set it with a remote control again in case of changing the installation location of the unit.
• The installation location setting can not be performed while the unit is in operation.
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Remote control handling procedure
Replacing the batteries
Using the remote control holder
The following cases signify exhausted batteries. Replace old batteries with new ones.
• Receiving beep is not emitted when a signal is transmitted.
• Indicator fades away.
1
Remove back lid and take out
old batteries.
3
Close back lid.
2
Insert new batteries.
R03(AAA, Micro)x2
4
Press the reset switch with the
tip of a ballpoint pen.
The remote control can be attached to
a wall or pillar by using a remote control holder. Before installing the remote control, check that the air-conditioner receives the signals properly.
The time setting mode is indicated.
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Attention to
the , and .
marks
For installing or removing the remote
control, move it up or down in the
holder.
NOTE
•
•
•
When the indicator shows any abnormal condition, Press the reset
switch with the tip of a ballpoint pen.
Don't use old and new batteries together.
Remove the batteries when the remote control is not used for a
long period.
The life of a battery conforming to JIS or IEC should be 6 to 12
months with normal use. If used longer, or when an unspecified
battery is used, liquid may leak from the battery, causing the
remote control to malfunction.
•
•
On the battery is printed its expected life. This may be
shorter than that of the air-conditioner, depending on the date
of manufacture.
However, the battery may still be in working order after expiry of its nominal life.
Warning note for remote control handling
•
Don’t go near high temperature
places, such as an electric carpet
or stove.
•
Don’t leave the remote control exposed to direct sunlight or other
strong lighting.
•
Don’t drop the remote control.
Handle with care.
•
Don’t put any obstructing obstacles between the remote control
and the unit.
•
Don’t spill water etc on the remote control.
•
Do not place heavy objects on the
remote control, or step on it.
When the operation fails with the remote control
•
Are the batteries running down?
"Replacing the batteries" above.
•
If the operation still fails, handle as per emergency
run operation.
Contact your dealer.
Replace the batteries with new ones and repeat the operation.
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Operating hints
■ Please observe the following for the most economic and comfortable use of your unit.
Set a suitable room temperature.
Clean the filters frequently.
Avoid direct sunlight and draught.
Excessively low temperatures are not good
for your health and waste electricity.
Clogged filters may block the air flow and
cause less efficient operation.
Cut out direct sunlight by drawing the curtains or blinds when cooling. Keep windows
and doors shut, except when ventilating.
Adjust the airflow direction properly.
Operate the unit only when needed.
Generate little heat when cooling.
Adjust the up/down and left/right airflow to
ensure a steady room temperature.
Use the timer properly to operate the unit
only when needed.
Keep heat sources out of the room as much
as possible.
suitable
temperature
Maintenance
Before maintenance
Turn off the power switch.
During the operational season
Cleaning the air filter
Standard interval is once every two week
1
Remove the air filter
2
Cleaning
1 Pull up to this side the air inlet
panel.
2 Lightly hold the knobs at both sides
and lift a little to remove the panel
to this side.
• Don’t spill water.
There's a danger
of electric shock.
If the filter is very dirty, clean it with warm
water (approx. 30°C), and dry it thoroughly.
CAUTION
• Don’t clean the filters with boiling water.
• Don’t dry them over an open flame.
• Pull them out gently.
Wipe the unit with a soft,
dry cloth.
• Do not touch the aluminum fins on the
heat exchanger.
• Stand firmly on a stepladder or other stable
object when removing the inlet panel and filter.
3
•
•
Don’t use the following articles:
•
•
Hot water (40°C or more)
It may deform or discolour the unit.
Petrol, paint thinner, benzine or polishing agents,
etc.
They may deform or scratch the unit.
Reinstall the air filter
Holding firmly the filter at both sides as shown at
right and insert securely.
Operating without putting back the air filters will
make the unit dusty, and may cause damage.
Cleaning the unit
• Wipe the unit with a soft, dry cloth, or use a vacuum cleaner.
• If the unit is very dirty, wipe it with a cloth soaked in warm water.
Cleaning the air inlet panel
• Removal, installation of air inlet panel .
•
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The panel can be washed with water. After washing
with water, wipe any moisture off the panel and dry
out of direct sunlight.
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Cooling is affected by an air filter clogged up with dust etc., and the operation noise becomes louder. It may also use
extra electricity. Please clean the air filter at appropriate intervals.
NOTE
At the end of the season
1
At the beginning of the season
Perform the fan operation for a half day.
Dry the inside of the unit.
2
Stop the unit and turn off the power switch.
3
4
5
Clean and reinstall the air filters.
The unit uses appr. 2W even when the power switch has been turned
off during the off-season for safety or for saving energy.
Clean both the indoor and outdoor units.
Remove batteries from the remote control.
1
Make certain that there are no obstacles blocking
the air flow around the air intake and outlet openings of the indoor and outdoor units.
2
3
4
5
6
Check the installation base for corrosion or rust.
Ensure that nothing has snapped and that the
earthed flex is not disconnected.
Ensure that the air filters are clean.
Turn on the power switch.
Insert batteries in the remote control.
Installing, inspecting, and replacing the air-cleaning filter
1. Open the air inlet panel and remove the air filters.
2. Remove the filter holders, with the air-cleaning filter installed in the folders, from the airconditioner.
3. Remove the natural enzyme filter from filter holder and inspect the filter. Use a vacuum
cleaner to remove any dust or dirt from the natural enzyme filter. Replace the natural enzyme filter if it cannot be cleaned or if it has been for about 1 year.
(The natural enzyme filter should be replaced after about 1 year of use. However, the actual
replacement period may vary depending on the conditions in which the filter is used.)
Remove the photocatalytic washable deodorizing filter from the filter holder and inspect
the filter. Periodically, remove any dust or dirt from the photocatalytic washable deodorizing filter. If the photocatalytic washable deodorizing filter is particularly dirt, it may be
washed with water. However, the filter is fragile so be sure to wash it installed in the filter
holder to avoid damaging it. After washing the filter, place it in sunlight to dry. Placing the
filter in sunlight revitalizes the deodorizing effect.
Filter holder
(Do not dispose of the filter holders. They are reused. )
4. Install the natural enzyme filter and the photocatalytic washable deodorizing filter in the
filter holders, and then install the filter holders in the air-conditioner.
Filter
Install
NOTE
The natural enzyme filter and the photocatalytic washable deodorizing filter may be installed on either the right or left side of the air-conditioner.
5. Install the air filters and closed the air inlet panel.
For replacement the air-cleaning filter, contact your dealer.
CAUTION
Do not expose natural enzyme filters to direct sunlight for an extended period. The bacteriolytic effect will be lost.
Item
Natural enzyme filter
Feature
By using the work of oxygen, mold and bacteria on the filter
are destroyed and the room air is kept clean.
Photocatalytic washable
deodorizing filter
Sources of odors on the filter are broken up, resulting in a
deodorizing effect.
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Color
Green
Orange
Install
Has the unit been installed correctly?
Suitable installation position
•
•
•
•
•
Is there any obstruction in front of the indoor unit, preventing proper ventilation and functioning?
Don’t install the unit in any of the following places:
• Where there is a danger of leaking inflammable gases.
• Where there is substantial splashing of oil.
Malfunctioning due to corrosion may occur if the unit is installed in a spa where sulfide gases are generated, or in a seaside resort exposed
to sea breezes. Contact your dealer.
The air-conditioner and remote control must be at least 1 metre away from a TV set or radio.
Drain the dehumidified liquid from the indoor unit into a spot that drains well.
Pay attention to operating noises!
•
•
•
•
When you install the unit, take care to choose a place that can comfortably stand the weight of the unit and does not increase the operating
noise or vibration. If there is any likelihood that vibration may be transmitted through the house, fix the unit with the aid of vibration-proof
pads between the unit and the fittings.
Select a place where cold or hot air and operation noises from the indoor and outdoor units do not cause any inconvenience to your
neighbours.
Do not leave any obstacles near the outlet and inlet of the outdoor unit. This may cause malfunctioning and increased operating noise.
If you hear an irregular noise during operation, contact your dealer.
Inspection and maintenance
Dependent upon service conditions and operating environment, the inside of the air-conditioner may become dirty after a number of seasons'
service (3 to 5 years). This will reduce performance. In addition to normal cleaning, we would recommend inspection and maintenance. (The
air-conditioner has a longer life without any trouble.)
• Contact your dealer, or any distributor, for inspection and maintenance. (There will be a charge for this service).
• We would recommend inspection and maintenance to be carried out during the off-season.
• If the supply cord of this appliance is damaged, it must only be replaced by a repair shop appointed by the manufacturer, because special
purpose tools are required.
Troubleshooting
Please carry out the following checks before making a service call.
The air-conditioner does not work at all.
Has the power switch been
turned off?
Has the timer been set in the
"ON" position?
Is there a power failure or a
blown fuse?
Have you set the thermostat at
a suitable temperature?
Is the air filter clean? (Not
clogged?)
Did you leave any doors or
windows open?
Is there a heat source in the
room?
Are there too many people in
the room?
Poor cooling
suitable
temperature
Is there any direct sunlight entering the room?
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If the air-conditioner does not operate properly after you have
checked the left points, or if any
doubt still exists after you have
consulted page 21, or if things
happen as shown on page 22,
switch off the power and contact
your dealer.
Please remember!
You cannot restart the unit immediately after you have
stopped it.
Restarting has been blocked for 3 minutes after you have stopped or
after switching off the power during operation, to protect the unit.
(RUN light is on)
Please wait for
three minutes.
Not
operating?
The three-minute protection timer in the microcomputer automatically starts up again.
The indoor fan may stop to prevent re-evaporation of dehumified
moisture and to save energy.
Air is not blown out when starting the DRY operation.
(RUN light is on)
Some steam escapes during COOL operation.
This may occur if the room's temperature and humidity are very high.
It disappears as soon as the temperature and humidity decrease.
There is a slight smell.
Air blown out during operation may smell. This is caused by tobacco
or cosmetics sticking to the unit.
You hear a slight gurgling sound.
This is caused by refrigerating liquid moving within the unit.
You hear a slight cracking sound.
This is caused by heat expansion or contraction.
You hear a hissing or clicking sound.
This is caused by the operation of the refrigerant control valves or
electric components.
After a power cut, you cannot re-start, even if power has been
restored, unless you have the power blackout auto restart function.
The memory circuit of the microcomputer has been wiped out. Use
the remote control to start the operation again.
Remote control signals are not received.
Remote control signals may not be received if the signal receiver on
the air-conditioner is exposed to direct sunlight or other bright light.
If so, cut out the sunlight or reduce the other light.
Moisture may form on the air outlet grills.
If the unit is operated for a long time in high humidity, moisture may
form on the air outlet grills and start dripping.
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When to contact your distributor without delay
■ Turn off the power switch immediately and inform your dealer in any of the following situations:
The fuse or switch blows continuously.
The cable becomes extremely hot.
The covering of the cable is cracked.
CAUTION
Fuse often blows.
If the power cord becomes damaged, ask your dealer or a qualified engineer to install
the replacement to avoid accidents.
The TV, radio or other equipment
starts to malfunction.
A switch does not activate properly.
When faulty movement is observed when the ON/OFF button is pressed, even after turning off the power switch and
restarting the operation after 3 minutes, the faulty movement does not disappear.
You hear a strange noise during operation.
The RUN and TIMER lights on the unit indication section
blink quickly (0.5 sec. ON; 0.5 sec. OFF) and don’t work.
3 minutes go
by, but, why ...
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Self diagnosis function
■ We are constantly trying to do better service to our customers by installing such judges that show abnormality of each function as follows:
RUN light
Description of trouble
Cause
1 time flash
Heat exchanger sensor error
• Broken heat exchanger sensor wire, poor connector
connection
2 time flash
Room temperature sensor error
• Broken room temperature sensor wire, poor connector connection
5 time flash
Active filter voltage error
• Defective power supply
6 time flash
Indoor fan motor error
• Defective fan motor, poor connector connection
1 time flash
Outdoor temperature sensor error
• Broken outdoor sensor wire, poor connector connection
2 time flash
Outdoor heat exchanger fluid pipe
sensor error
• Broken heat exchanger fluid pipe sensor wire, poor connector
connection
4 time flash
Discharge pipe sensor error
• Broken discharge pipe sensor wire, poor connector connection.
1 time flash
Current cut
• Compressor locking, open phase on compressor output,
shortcircuit on power transistor, closed service valve
2 time flash
Trouble of outdoor unit
• Broken power transistor, broken compressor wire
• Broken discharge pipe sensor wire, poor connector connection
• Compressor blockage
3 time flash
Over current
• Overload operation, overcharge
4 time flash
Power transistor error
• Broken power transistor
5 time flash
Over heat of compressor
• Gas shortage, defective discharge pipe sensor, closed service
valve
6 time flash
Error of signal transmission
• Defective power supply, Broken signal wire, defective in/outdoor
unit boards
7 time flash
Outdoor fan motor error
• Defective fan motor, poor connector connection
2 time flash
Rotor lock
• Defective compressor
• Open phase on compressor
• Defective outdoor unit boards
TIMER light ON
TIMER light
RUN light keeps flashing
RUN light ON
RUN light 2 time flash
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INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS
Contents
Safety precautions ..................................................................................................................... 26
Selection of installation location ............................................................................................... 28
Installation of indoor unit .......................................................................................................... 29
Installation of outdoor unit ........................................................................................................ 32
Connection of refrigerant pipings ............................................................................................. 32
How to relocate or dispose of the unit ...................................................................................... 33
Installation of remote control switch ........................................................................................ 34
Earthing work ............................................................................................................................ 34
Trial run and operation .............................................................................................................. 34
Installations test check points ................................................................................................... 34
INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS
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Safety precautions
• When install the unit, be sure to check whether the selection of installation place, power supply specifications, usage limitation (piping
length, height differences between indoor and outdoor units, power supply voltage and etc.) and installation spaces.
• We recommend you to read this “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS” carefully before the installation work in order to gain full advantage of the functions of the unit and to avoid malfunction due to mishandling.
• The precautions described below are divided into WARNING and
CAUTION . The matters with possibilities leading to serious consequences such as death or serious personal injury due to erroneous handling are listed in the
WARNING and the matters with possibilities
leading to personal injury or damage of the unit due to erroneous handling including probability leading to serious consequences in some cases
are listed in CAUTION . These are very important precautions for safety. Be sure to observe all of them without fail.
• Be sure to confirm no anomaly on the equipment by commissioning after completed installation and explain the operating methods as well as the
maintenance methods of this equipment to the user according to the owner’s manual.
• Keep the installation manual together with owner’s manual at a place where any user can read at any time. Moreover if necessary, ask to hand
them to a new user.
• For installing qualified personnel, take precautions in respect to themselves by using suitable protective clothing, groves, etc., and then perform
the installation works.
• Please pay attention not to fall down the tools, etc. when installing the unit at the high position.
• If unusual noise can be heard during operation, consult the dealer.
• Symbols which appear frequently in the text have the following meaning:
Observe instructions
with great care
Strictly prohibited
Provide proper earthing
WARNING
• Installation must be carried out by the qualified installer.
If you install the system by yourself, it may cause serious trouble such as
water leaks, electric shocks, fire and personal injury, as a result of a system
malfunction.
• Install the system in full accordance with the instruction manual.
Incorrect installation may cause bursts, personal injury, water leaks, electric
shocks and fire.
• Be sure to use only for household and residence.
If this appliance is installed in inferior environment such as machine shop
and etc., it can cause malfunction.
• Use the original accessories and the specified components for installation.
If parts other than those prescribed by us are used, It may cause water leaks,
electric shocks, fire and personal injury.
• Install the unit in a location with good support.
Unsuitable installation locations can cause the unit to fall and cause material
damage and personal injury.
• Ensure the unit is stable when installed, so that it can withstand earthquakes and strong winds.
Unsuitable installation locations can cause the unit to fall and cause material
damage and personal injury.
• Ventilate the working area well in the event of refrigerant leakage during installation.
If the refrigerant comes into contact with naked flames, poisonous gas is
produced.
• When installing in small rooms, take prevention measures not to exceed
the density limit of refrigerant in the event of leakage.
Consult the expert about prevention measures. If the density of refrigerant
exceeds the limit in the event of leakage, lack of oxygen can occur, which
can cause serious accidents.
• After completed installation, check that no refrigerant leaks from the system.
If refrigerant leaks into the room and comes into contact with an oven or
other hot surface, poisonous gas is produced.
• Use the prescribed pipes, flare nuts and tools for R410A.
Using existing parts (for R22 or R407C) can cause the unit failure and serious accidents due to burst of the refrigerant circuit.
• Tighten the flare nut by torque wrench with specified method.
If the flare nut were tightened with excess torque, this may cause burst and
refrigerant leakage after a long period.
• Do not open the operation valves for liquid line and gas line until completed refrigerant piping work, air tightness test and evacuation.
If the compressor is operated in state of opening operation valves before
completed connection of refrigerant piping work, air can be sucked into refrigerant circuit, which can cause bust or personal injury due to anomalously
high pressure in the refrigerant.
• The electrical installation must be carried out by the qualified electrician in accordance with “the norm for electrical work” and “national
wiring regulation”, and the system must be connected to the dedicated
circuit.
Power supply with insufficient capacity and incorrect function done by improper work can cause electric shocks and fire.
• Be sure to shut off the power before starting electrical work.
Failure to shut off the power can cause electric shocks, unit failure or incorrect function of equipment.
• Be sure to use the cables conformed to safety standard and cable
ampacity for power distribution work.
Unconformable cables can cause electric leak, anomalous heat production or
fire.
• This appliance must be connected to main power supply by means of a
circuit breaker or switch (fuse:16A) with a contact separation of at least
3mm.
• When plugging this appliance, a plug conforming to the norm
IEC60884-1 must be used.
• Use the prescribed cables for electrical connection, tighten the cables
securely in terminal block and relieve the cables correctly to prevent
overloading the terminal blocks.
Loose connections or cable mountings can cause anomalous heat production
or fire.
• Arrange the wiring in the control box so that it cannot be pushed up
further into the box. Install the service panel correctly.
Incorrect installation may result in overheating and fire.
• Be sure to fix up the service panels.
Incorrect fixing can cause electric shocks or fire due to intrusion of dust or
water.
• Be sure to switch off the power supply in the event of installation, inspection or servicing.
If the power supply is not shut off, there is a risk of electric shocks, unit
failure or personal injury due to the unexpected start of fan.
• Stop the compressor before disconnecting refrigerant pipes in case of
pump down operation.
If disconnecting refrigerant pipes in state of opening operation valves before
compressor stopping, air can be sucked, which can cause burst or personal
injury due to anomalously high pressure in the refrigerant circuit
• Only use prescribed optional parts. The installation must be carried out
by the qualified installer.
If you install the system by yourself, it can cause serious trouble such as
water leaks, electric shocks, fire.
• Do not put the drainage pipe directly into drainage channels where poisonous gases such as sulphide gas can occur.
Poisonous gases will flow into the room through drainage pipe and seriously
affect the user’s health and safety.
• Ensure that no air enters in the refrigerant circuit when the unit is installed and removed.
If air enters in the refrigerant circuit, the pressure in the refrigerant circuit
becomes too high, which can cause burst and personal injury.
• Do not processing, splice the power cord, or share a socket with other
power plugs.
This may cause fire or electric shock due to defecting contact, defecting insulation and over-current etc.
• Do not bundling, winding or processing for the power cord. Or, do not
deforming the power plug due to tread it.
This may cause fire or heating.
• Do not vent R410A into the atmosphere : R410A is a fluorinated greenhouse gas, covered by the Kyoto Protocol with Global Warming Potential (GWP)=1975.
• Do not run the unit with removed panels or protections.
Touching rotating equipments, hot surfaces or high voltage parts can cause
personal injury due to entrapment, burn or electric shocks.
• Do not perform any change of protective device itself or its setup condition.
The forced operation by short-circuiting protective device of pressure switch
and temperature controller or the use of non specified component can cause
fire or burst.
• Carry out the electrical work for ground lead with care.
Do not connect the ground lead to the gas line, water line, lightning conductor or telephone line’s ground lead. Incorrect grounding can cause unit faults such
as electric shocks due to short-circuiting.
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CAUTION
• Use the circuit breaker with sufficient breaking capacity.
If the breaker does not have sufficient breaking capacity, it can cause the unit
malfunction and fire.
• Earth leakage breaker must be installed.
If the earth leakage breaker is not installed, it can cause electric shocks.
• Install isolator or disconnect switch on the power supply wiring in accordance with the local codes and regulations.
• Be sure to install indoor unit properly according to the instruction
manual in order to run off the drainage smoothly.
Improper installation of indoor unit can cause dropping water into the room
and damaging personal property.
• Install the drainage pipe to run off drainage securely according to the
installation manual.
Incorrect installation of the drainage pipe can cause dropping water into the
room and damaging personal property.
• Be sure to install the drainage pipe with descending slope of 1/100 or
more, and not to make traps and air-bleedings.
Check if the drainage runs off securely during commissioning and ensure the
space for inspection and maintenance.
• After maintenance, all wiring, wiring ties and the like, should be returned to their original state and wiring route, and the necessary clearance from all metal parts should be secured.
• Secure a space for installation, inspection and maintenance specified in
the manual.
Insufficient space can result in accident such as personal injury due to falling
from the installation place.
• Take care when carrying the unit by hand.
If the unit weights more than 20kg, it must be carried by two or more persons. Do not carry by the plastic straps, always use the carry handle when
carrying the unit by hand. Use gloves to minimize the risk of cuts by the
aluminum fins.
• Dispose of any packing materials correctly.
Any remaining packing materials can cause personal injury as it contains
nails and wood. And to avoid danger of suffocation, be sure to keep the plastic wrapper away from children and to dispose after tear it up.
• For installation work, be careful not to get injured with the heat exchanger, piping flare portion or screws etc.
• Be sure to insulate the refrigerant pipes so as not to condense the ambient air moisture on them.
Insufficient insulation can cause condensation, which can lead to moisture
damage on the ceiling, floor, furniture and any other valuables.
• When perform the air conditioner operation (cooling or drying operation) in which ventilator is installed in the room. In this case, using the
air conditioner in parallel with the ventilator, there is the possibility that
drain water may backflow in accordance with the room lapse into the
negative pressure status. Therefore, set up the opening port such as incorporate the air into the room that may appropriate to ventilation (For
example; Open the door a little). In addition, just as above, so set up the
opening port if the room lapse into negative pressure status due to register of the wind for the high rise apartment etc.
• Do not install the unit in the locations listed below.
• Locations where carbon fiber, metal powder or any powder is floating.
• Locations where any substances that can affect the unit such as sulphide
gas, chloride gas, acid and alkaline can occur.
• Vehicles and ships.
• Locations where cosmetic or special sprays are often used.
• Locations with direct exposure of oil mist and steam such as kitchen and
machine plant.
• Locations where any machines which generate high frequency harmonics
are used.
• Locations with salty atmospheres such as coastlines.
• Locations with heavy snow (If installed, be sure to provide base flame and
snow hood mentioned in the manual).
• Locations where the unit is exposed to chimney smoke.
• Locations at high altitude (more than 1000m high).
• Locations with ammonic atmospheres.
• Locations where heat radiation from other heat source can affect the unit.
• Locations without good air circulation.
• Locations with any obstacles which can prevent inlet and outlet air of the
unit.
• Locations where short circuit of air can occur (in case of multiple units
installation).
• Locations where strong air blows against the air outlet of outdoor unit.
It can cause remarkable decrease in performance, corrosion and damage of
components, malfunction and fire.
• Do not install the indoor unit in the locations listed below (Be sure to
install the indoor unit according to the installation manual for each
model because each indoor unit has each limitation).
• Locations with any obstacles which can prevent inlet and outlet air of the
unit.
• Locations where vibration can be amplified due to insufficient strength of
structure.
• Locations where the infrared receiver is exposed to the direct sunlight or
the strong light beam (in case of the infrared specification unit).
• Locations where an equipment affected by high harmonics is placed (TV
set or radio receiver is placed within 1m).
• Locations where drainage cannot run off safely.
It can affect performance or function and etc.
• Do not install the outdoor unit in the locations listed below.
• Locations where discharged hot air or operating sound of the outdoor unit
can bother neighborhood.
• Locations where outlet air of the outdoor unit blows directly to plants.
• Locations where vibration can be amplified and transmitted due to insufficient strength of structure.
• Locations where vibration and operation sound generated by the outdoor
unit can affect seriously (on the wall or at the place near bed room).
• Locations where an equipment affected by high harmonics is placed (TV
set or radio receiver is placed within 1m).
• Locations where drainage cannot run off safely.
It can affect surrounding environment and cause a claim.
• Do not install the unit near the location where leakage of combustible
gases can occur.
If leaked gases accumulate around the unit, it can cause fire.
• Do not install the unit where corrosive gas (such as sulfurous acid gas
etc.) or combustible gas (such as thinner and petroleum gases) can accumulate or collect, or where volatile combustible substances are handled.
Corrosive gas can cause corrosion of heat exchanger, breakage of plastic
parts and etc. And combustible gas can cause fire.
• Do not use the indoor unit at the place where water splashes may occur
such as in laundries.
Since the indoor unit is not waterproof, it can cause electric shocks and fire.
• Do not install nor use the system close to the equipment that generates
electromagnetic fields or high frequency harmonics.
Equipment such as inverters, standby generators, medical high frequency
equipments and telecommunication equipments can affect the system, and
cause malfunctions and breakdowns. The system can also affect medical
equipment and telecommunication equipment, and obstruct its function or
cause jamming.
• Do not place any variables which will be damaged by getting wet under
the indoor unit.
When the relative humidity is higher than 80% or drainage pipe is clogged,
condensation or drainage water can drop and it can cause the damage of valuables.
• Do not install the remote control at the direct sunlight.
It can cause malfunction or deformation of the remote control.
• Do not use the unit for special purposes such as storing foods, cooling
precision instruments and preservation of animals, plants or art.
It can cause the damage of the items.
• Do not install the outdoor unit in a location where insects and small animals can inhabit.
Insects and small animals can enter the electric parts and cause damage or
fire. Instruct the user to keep the surroundings clean.
• Do not use the base flame for outdoor unit which is corroded or damaged due to long periods of operation.
Using an old and damage base flame can cause the unit falling down and
cause personal injury.
• Do not use any materials other than a fuse with the correct rating in the
location where fuses are to be used.
Connecting the circuit with copper wire or other metal thread can cause unit
failure and fire.
• Do not touch any buttons with wet hands.
It can cause electric shocks.
• Do not touch any refrigerant pipes with your hands when the system is
in operation.
During operation the refrigerant pipes become extremely hot or extremely
cold depending the operating condition, and it can cause burn injury or frost
injury.
• Do not touch the suction or aluminum fin on the outdoor unit.
This may cause injury.
• Do not put anything on the outdoor unit and operating unit.
This may cause damage the objects or injury due to falling to the object.
– 27 –
Standard accessories
(Installation kit)
Accessories for indoor unit
Necessary tools for the installation work
Q'ty
1
Installation board
(Attached to the rear of the indoor unit)
1
2
Wireless remote control
1
3
Remote contorol holder
1
4
Tapping screws
(for installation board 4dia. by 25mm)
4
5
Wood screw
(for remote contorol switch holder 3.5dia. by 16mm)
2
6
Baterry [R03 (AAA, Micro) 1.5V]
2
7
Air-cleaning filters
2
8
Filter holders
(Attached to the front panel of the indoor unit)
Option parts
1
Plus headed driver (Phillips screwdriver)
2
Knife
3
Saw
4
Tape measure
5
Hammer
6
Spanner wrench
7
Torque wrench
8
Hole core drill (65mm in diameter)
14.0 ~ 62.0N · m
(1.4 ~ 6.2kgf · m)
9
Wrench key (Hexagon) [4m/m]
10
Vacuum pump
11
Vacuum pump adapter
(Anti-reverse flow type)
2
Q'ty
(
(
(
(
(
(
)
Designed specifically
for R410A
Designed specifically
for R410A
Designed specifically
for R410A
)
)
)
)
)
12
Gauge manifold
a
Sealing plate
1
13
Change hose
b
Sleeve
1
14
Flaring tool set
c
Inclination plate
1
15
Gas leak detector
d
Putty
1
16
e
Drain hose (extention hose)
1
Gauge for projection adjustment (Used when flare
is made by using conventional flare tool)
f
Piping cover (for insulation of
connection piping)
1
17
Pipe bender
Designed specifically
for R410A
Designed specifically
for R410A
Selection of installation location
INDOOR UNIT
1 Where there is no obstructions to the air flow and where the
cooled air can be evenly distributed.
2 A solid place where the unit or the wall will not vibrate.
3 A place where there will be enough space for servicing. (Where
space mentioned right can be secured)
4 Where wiring and the piping work will be easy to conduct.
5 The place where receiving part is not exposed to the direct rays
of the sun or the strong rays of the street lighting.
6 A place where it can be easily drained.
7 A place separated at least 1m away from the television or the
radio.
(To prevent interfence to images and sounds.)
10 cm
Right
side
Left
side
10 cm
5 cm
OUTDOOR UNIT
1 A place where good air circulation can be obtained and where rain,
snow or sunshine will not directly strike the unit.
2 A place where discharged hot air or unit’s operating sound will not
be a nuisance to the neighborhood.
3 A place where servicing space can be secured.
4 A place where vibration will not be enlarged.
*Avoid installing in the following places.
•A place near the bedroom and the like, so that the operation
noise will cause no trouble.
•A place where there is possibility of flammable gas leakage.
•A place exposed to strong wind.
5 Blowing out port and suction port on the back side of the unit can
be installed at a distance of 10cm from walls.
In case the barrier is 1.2m or above in height, or is overhead, the
sufficient space between the unit and wall shall be secured.
6 When the unit is installed, the space of the following dimension
and above shall be secured.
(
– 28 –
Air intake
10 cm
MIN
10 cm MIN
No obstacles
(Service space
for electrical
parts)
Air
intake
Air outlet
Note
)
60 cm MIN
(1) If the wall is higher than 1.2 m or a ceiling is
present, distances larger than indicated in the
above table must be provided.
Limitations for one way piping length and vertical height difference
Model SRK10YL-S
SRK18YL-S
Item
SRK13YL-S
Total one way piping length ( )
Max. 15 m Max. 25 m
Vertical height difference (h)
Max. 10 m Max. 15 m
h
r
Installation of indoor unit
Installation of installation board
INSTALLATION SPACE (INDOOR UNIT)
(FRONT VIEW)
Unit : mm
Space for
service
50
Space
p
for
Indoor unit
service
100
Installation board
450
202
133.5
450
102.5
585
• Adjustment of the installation board in the horizontal
direction is to be conducted with four screws in a
temporary tightened state.
44.5
200
Mating mark for level surface
252.2
39.3
43.2
7.5 for service
138
206.5
102.5
53.5
53.55
Drain hose 520( 16)
Standard hole
Piping hole(( 65)
Space * 15
for service
8.3
Look for the inside wall structures (Intersediate support or
pillar and firaly install the unit after level surface has been
checked.)
450
Piping hole(( 65)
*Leave extra space on the right side to enable removal of the lid screw.
• Adjust so that board will be level by turning the board
with the standard hole as the center.
Drilling of holes and fixture sleeve (Option parts)
Drill a hole with 65 whole core drill
Adjusting sleeve length
Cut off the sleeve
collar in case of
drawing piping
out to rear.
Indoor side
Outdoor side
Cut off the sleeve
collar that can be
seen from beneath
the unit.
Wall thickness
+ 1.5 cm
Note (1) Drill a hole with incline of 5 degree from
indoor side to outdoor side.
Install the sleeve
(Inserting sleeve)
(*Sleeve + *Inclined + *Sealing plate)
View of sleeve when installed
Turn to
tighten
Inclined
flange
Sleeve
Sealing
plate
Paste
Indoor side
Outdoor side
– 29 –
Indoor side
Outdoor side
Terminal block
Preparation of indoor unit
Screw*
1 Mounting of connecting wires
a Remove the lid.
b Remove the wiring clamp.
c Connect the connecting wire securely to the terminal block.
Clamp
Use cable for interconnection wiring to avoid loosening of the
wires.
CENELEC code for cables Required field cables.
H05RNR3G1.5 (Example) or 245IEC57
H Harmonized cable type
05 300/500 volts
R Natural-and/or synth. rubber wire insulation
N Polychloroprene rubber conductors insulation
R Standed core
4or5 Number of conductors
G One conductor of the cables is the earth conductor (yellow/green)
1.5 Section of copper wire (mm2)
Lid (R)
* Leave space to allow
removal of this screw
after installation.
2 Shaping the pipe
Pipe
•
Connect the connection wire securely to the terminal block.
If the wire is not affixed completely, contact will be poor,
and it is dangerous as the terminal block may heat up and
catch fire.
• Take care not to confuse the terminal numbers for indoor
and outdoor connections.
• Earth lead wire shall be longer than the other lead wires for
the electrical safety in case of the slipping out of the cord
from the anchorage.
• The earth line of power cord must be properly earthed.
• Affix the connection wire using the wiring clamp.
d Fix the connecting wire by wiring clamp.
e Attach the lid.
f Close the air inlet panel.
Drain hose
• Hold the bottom of the pipe and change its direction before
stretching it and shaping it.
3 Taping of the exterior
• Tape only the portion that runs through the wall.
Always tape the crossover wires with the pipe.
4 Cautions when piping from the left and the rear center of the unit
Piping is possible in the rear, left,
left rear, left downward, right or
downward direction.
[ Top View ]
Left Side Piping
Right Side Piping
Left rear piping
Right rear piping
Right
Rear
Left side piping
Downward Left rear
Left
Left downward
Right side piping
[Drain hose changing procedures]
1. Remove the drain hose.
• Remove the screw and
drain hose, making it
rotate.
2. Remove the drain cap.
• Remove it with hand
or pliers.
• Do not place the power supply cords above the gutter,
because the air conditioner is structured in a way where
condensation on the back side is collected in to the drain
pan before drainage.
3. Insert the drain cap.
4. Connect the drain hose.
• Insert the drain cap which was removed at procedure “2” securely using a hexagonal wrench etc.
Note: Be careful that If it is not Inserted securely, water leakage may
occur.
• Insert the drain hose securely,
making rotate. And install the
screw.
Note: Be careful that If it is
not Inserted securely, water
leakage may occur.
• Do not make traps in the drain hose line.
Gutter
Declining slope
Wall
Pipes storage area
– 30 –
Inverted slipe
Trap
5 Securing the indoor unit to the installation board
Indoor unit
Latch (2 locations)
Installing steps
Installation
board
1.Hook the upper part
of the indoor unit to
the installation board.
Installation
board
2.The unit can be installed
simply by gently pushing in the lower part.
Wall
Indoor unit
base lower latch
• How to remove the indoor unit from the installation board
1 Push up at the marked portion of the indoor unit
base lower latch, and slightly pull it toward you.
(both right and left hand sides)
(The indoor unit base lower latch can be removed
from the installation board)
2 Push up the indoor unit upward. So the indoor unit
will be removed from the installation board.
Lid
The marked portion of the
Indoor unit bese lower latch
Removal and installation of the front panel
1 Removing
• Remove the 2 set screws.
• Move the lower part of the panel forward and push upwards to
remove. (Remove the 3 latches in the upper section.)
2 Fitting
•
•
•
•
Do remove the air filter.
Cover the body with the front panel.
Tighten the 2 set screws.
Fit the air filter. Carry out in the above order.
Set screws
Open/close and detachment/attachment of air inlet panel
1 To open, pull the panel at both ends of lower part and release
latches, then pull up the panel until you feel resistance. (The
air inlet panel stops at approx. 60˚ open position.)
2 To close, hold the panel at both ends of lower part to lower
downward and push it slightly until the latch works, then
push the center portion slightly.
3 To remove, pull up the panel to the position shown in right
illustration and pull it toward you.
4 To install, insert the air inlet panel arm into the slot on the
front panel from the position shown in right illustration, hold
the panel at both ends of lower part, lower it downward
slowly, then push it slightly until the latch works and further
push the center portion slightly.
– 31 –
Installation of outdoor unit
1 Make sure that the unit is stable in installation. Fix the
unit to stable base.
2 When installing the unit at a higher place or where it
could be toppled by strong winds, secure the unit firmly
with foundation bolts, wire, etc.
3 Perfrom wiring, making wire terminal numbers conform
to terminal numbers of indoor unit terminal block.
4 Earth lead wire shall be longer than the other lead wires
for the electrical safety in case of the slipping out of the
cord from the anchorage.
Connect using ground screw located near mark.
Outdoor unit
When wire length exceeds
30m, 2.0-mm wires.
Safety
breaker
16A
Earth
leakage
circuit
breaker
(POWER SUPPLY CODE)
CENELEC code for cables requiring fields cables.
H05RNR3G2.5
Earth
Power
supply
Indoor unit
Connection of refrigerant pipings
Preparation
Keep the openings of the pipes covered with tapes etc. to prevent dust, sand, etc. from entering them.
2 Outdoor unit side
1 Indoor unit side
Dimension A
Liquid side
(ø6.35): 9.0 dia
Gas side
(ø9.52): 13.0 dia
(ø12.7): 16.2 dia
Press
(Do not
turn)
Remove
Remove
¡ Remove the flared nuts.
(on both liquid and gas sides)
¡ Remove the flared nuts.
(on both liquid and gas
sides)
CAUTION
Do not apply refrigerating
machine oil to the flared
surface.
¡ Install the removed flared nuts to the pipes to
be connected, then flare the pipes.
¡Flaring work
Measurement B
Flaring block
Copper pipe
Copper pipe diameter
ø6.35
ø9.52
ø12.7
Measurement B (mm)
Conventional (R22) flare tool
Clutch type
Wing nut type
1.0 ~ 1.5
1.5 ~ 2.0
1.0 ~ 1.5
1.5 ~ 2.0
1.0 ~ 1.5
2.0 ~ 2.5
Clutch type flare tool f or
R410A
0.0 ~ 0.5
0.0 ~ 0.5
0.0 ~ 0.5
Use a flare tool designed for R410A or a conventional flare tool.
Please note that measurement B (protrusion from the flaring
block) will vary depending on the type of a flare tool in use.
If a conventional flare tool is used, please use a copper pipe
gauge or a similar instrument to check protrusion so that you can
keep measurement B to a correct value.
Connection of refrigerant piping
1 Indoor unit side
•
2 Outdoor unit side
Connect firmly gas and liquid side
pipings by Torque wrench.
•
Connect firmly gas and liquid side
pipings by Torque wrench.
•
Specified torquing value:
Liquid side (ø6.35) : 14~18N·m (1.4~1.8kgf·m)
Gas side (ø9.52)
: 34~42N·m (3.4~4.2kgf·m)
Gas side (ø12.7)
: 49~62N·m (4.9~6.2kgf·m)
Use one more spanner to fix the valve.
Spanner
for fixing
the piping)
Torque
wrench
•
•
Specified torquing value:
Liquid side (ø6.35) : 14~18N·m (1.4~1.8kgf·m)
Gas side (ø9.52)
: 34~42N·m (3.4~4.2kgf·m)
Gas side (ø12.7)
: 49~62N·m (4.9~6.2kgf·m)
•
Always use a Torque wrench and back up spanner to tighten the flare nut.
– 32 –
Air purge
1 Tighten all flare nuts in the pipings both
indoor and outside wall so as not to
cause leak.
2 Connect service valve, charge hose,
manifold valve and vacuum pump as is
illustrated below.
3 Open manifold valve handle Lo to its
full width, and perform vacuum or
evacuation.
Continue the vacuum or evacuation operation for 15 minutes or more and
check to see that the vacuum gauge
reads – 0.1 MPa (– 76 cmHg).
4 After completing vacuum operation,
fully open service valve (Both gas and
liquid sides) with hexagon headed
wrench.
5 Detach the charge hoses.
6 Check for possible leakage of gas in the
connection parts of both indoor and outdoor.
Compound pressure gauge
Pressure gauge
Operation valve
cap
Operation valve
(two-way valve)
Gauge manifold
(Designed specifically for R410A)
-0.1MPa
(-76cmHg)
Handle Hi
Handle Lo
Operation valve
(three-way valve)
Charge hose
(Designed specifically for R410A)
Vacuum pump adapter
(Anti-reverse flow type)
(Designed specifically for R410A)
Operation valve
cap
Vacuum pump
Charge hose (Designed specifically for R410A)
Check joint
Securely tighten the operation valve cap and the check joint blind nut after adjustment.
Operation valve size
(mm)
ø6.35 (1/4")
Check joint blind nut
tightening torque (N•m)
Operation valve cap
tightening torque (N•m)
20~30
ø9.52 (3/8")
ø12.7 (1/2")
10~12
25~35
¡Since the system uses check joints differing in diameter from those found on the conventional models, a charge hose (for R22) presently in use is
not applicable.
Please use one designed specifically for R410A.
¡Please use an anti-reverse flow type vacuum pump adapter so as to prevent vacuum pump oil from running back into the system.
Oil running back into an air-conditioning system may cause the refrigerant cycle to break down.
♦ Additional refrigerant charge
Model
Additional refrigerant
SRK/C10YL-S, 13YL-S
SRK/C18YL-S
Not required
Less than 15m : Not required
more than 15m : 20g/m
Insulation of connecting portion
1 Cover the connection portion of the refrigerant piping with the
pipe cover and seal them.
If neglecting to do so, moisture occurs on the piping and water
will drip out.
2 Finishing and fixing
a
b
Vinyl tape
To cover the connecting portion with insulation materials, cut upper portion and then seal
it with insulation materials.
Insulation
Tie up the piping with wrapping tape, and shape it so that it conforms
to which the pipe is attached.
Fix them with clamps as right figure.
Refrigerant piping
Electrical wiring
Covering tape
Drain hose
Cover the exterior portion with covering tape and shape the piping so it
will match the contours of the route
that the piping to take. Also fix the
wiring and pipings to the wall with
clamps.
Tapping screw
How to relocate or dispose of the unit
•
In order to protect the environment, be sure to pump down (recovery of
refrigerant).
• Pump down is the method of recovering refrigerant from the indoor unit
to the outdoor unit when the pipes are removed from the unit.
<How to pump down>
1 Connect charge hose to check joint.
2 Liquid side : Close the liquid valve with hexagon wrench key.
Gas side : Fully open the gas valve.
Carry out cooling operation. (If indoor temperature is low, operate
forced cooling operation.)
3 After low pressure gauge become 0.01MPa, stop cooling operation and
close the gas valve.
– 33 –
¡Forced cooling operation
Turn on a power supply again after a while after turn
off a power supply. Then press continually the ON/
OFF button 5 seconds or more.
Unit ON/OFF button
Installation of remote control switch
Mounting method of battery
•
Fixing to pillar or wall
•
Uncover the remote control switch, and mount the batteries [R03(AAA, Micro)×2 pieces] in the body regularly.
(Fit the poles with the indication marks, , & . without
fail)
•
Conventionally, operate the wireless remote control
by holding in your hand.
Avoid installing it on a clay wall etc.
Battery
CAUTION
+
+
Do not use new and
old batteries together.
-
Screws
Cover
Earthing work
•
•
Earth work shall be carried out without fail in order to prevent electric shock and noise generation.
The connection of the earth cable to the following substances causes dangerous failures, therefore it shall never be done.
City water pipe, Town gas pipe, TV antenna, lightning conductor, telephone line, etc.
Trial run and operation
1 Conduct trial run after confirming that there is no gas leaks.
2 When conducting trial run set the remote control thermostat to continuous operation position. However when the power source
is cut off or when the unit’s operation switch is turned off or was turned to fan operation position, the unit will not go into
operation in order to protect the compressor.
3 Explain to the customer on the correct usage of the air-conditioner in simple layman’s terms.
4 Make sure that drain flows properly.
Installations test check points
Check the following points again after completion of the installation, and before turning on the power. Conduct a test run again and
ensure that the unit operates properly.
At the same time, explain to the customer how to use the unit and how to take care of the unit following the instruction manual.
After installation
Test run
Air conditioning operation is normal.
No abnormal noise.
Water drains smoothly.
Protective functions are not working.
The remote control is normal.
Operation of the unit has been explained to the customer.
The power supply voltage is correct as the rating.
No gas leaks from the joints of the operation valve.
Operation valve is fully open.
The pipe joints for indoor and outdoor pipes have
been insulated.
(Three-minute restart preventive timer)
When the air conditioner is restarted or when changing the operation, the unit will not start operating for approximately 3 minutes.
This is to protect the unit and it is not a malfunction.
– 34 –
USER’S MANUAL
&
INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS
AIR-CONDITIONER
USER’S MANUAL
BUKU PEDOMAN
BUKU PANDUAN PENGGUNA
SRK10YL-S
SRK13YL-S
SRK18YL-S
INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS
PETUNJUK PEMASANGAN
ARAHAN-ARAHAN PEMASANGAN
AIR-CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS
3-1, Asahi, Nishibiwajima-cho, Kiyosu, Aichi, 452-8561, Japan
http://www.mhi.co.jp
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES - MAHAJAK AIR CONDITIONERS CO., LTD.
220 Lad Krabang Industrial Estate Free Zone 3, Soi Chalongkrung 31,
Kwang Lamplatiew, Khet Lad Krabang, Bangkok 10520, Thailand
Tel : +66-2-326-0401
Fax : +66-2-326-0419
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MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES AIR-CONDITIONERS AUSTRALIA, PTY. LTD.
9C Commercial Road Kingsgrove NSW 2208
Tel : +61-2-8571-7977
Fax : +61-2-8571-7992
http://www.mhiaa.com.au
Thank you for purchasing a MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD. Air Conditioner.
To get the best long-lasting performance, read and follow this User’s Manual carefully before using your airconditioner.
After reading, please store the Manual in a safe place and refer to it for operational questions or in the
event of any irregularities.
This air-conditioner is intended for domestic use.
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Terima kasih kerana membeli alat penghawa dingin hasil keluaran daripada Industi Berat Mitsubishi,
Ltd (MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD).
Bagi mencapai prestasi penghawa dingin yang terbaik dan penggunaan yang berpanjangan, sila baca
dan fahami buku panduan pengguna ini dengan sepenuhnya sebelum menggunakan alat penghawa
dingin ini.
Selepas membaca buku panduan ini, sila letakkan buku panduan ini di tempat yang selamat. Sila
rujuk kepada buku panduan ini jika anda mempunyai apa-apa soalan tentang pengendalian alat ini
ataupun semasa keadaan yang luar biasa.
Alat penghawa dingin ini adalah untuk penggunaan di dalam negara sahaja.
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