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Free Match Series R410A GMV Multi
VRF Duct Type Indoor Unit
(For North America)
Owner's Manual
Commercial Air Conditioners
Thank you for choosing Commercial Air Conditioners, please read this
owner’s manual carefully before operation and retain it for future reference.
User Notice
◆ The total capacity of the indoor units which runs at the same time can not exceed 150% of
that of the outdoor units; otherwise, the cooling (heating) effect of each indoor unit would be poor.
◆ Switch the main power on 8 hours before start the unit, helpful for a successful startup.
◆ It is a normal phenomenon that the indoor unit fan will still run for 20~70 seconds after the
indoor unit receives the “stop” signal so as to make full use of after-heat for the next operation.
◆ When the running modes of the indoor and outdoor units conflict, it will be indicated on the
display of the wired controller in five seconds and then the indoor unit will stop. In this case, they
can back to the normal condition by harmonizing their running modes: The HEAT mode conflicts
with each of the COOL mode, DRY mode and FAN mode, while the COOL mode, DRY mode and
FAN mode are compatible between each other. If the supply power fails when the unit is running,
then the indoor unit will send the “start” signal to the outdoor unit three minutes later after power
recovery.
◆ During installation, the communication cable and the power cord must not be twisted
together but instead separated with an interval of at least 2cm, otherwise the unit is likely to run
abnormally.
◆ This 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.
This product must not be disposed together with the domestic waste. This product has
to be disposed at an authorized place for recycling of electrical and electronic appliances.
Thank you for selecting Gree air conditioner. Before use, please read this manual
carefully and keep it properly for furthur reference.
Contents
1 Safety Precautions������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 1
2 Installation Location and Matters Needing Attention��������������������������������������� 2
2.1 How to select the Installation Location for the indoor unit������������������������������������� 2
2.2 Electric Wiring������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2
2.3 Earthing Requirements����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2
2.4 Accessories for Installation����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
3 Installation Instructions ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
3.1 Outline Dimension Drawings of the Indoor Unit ��������������������������������������������������� 4
3.2 Dimension Requirements on the Installation Space of the Indoor Unit����������������� 4
3.3 Installation of the Indoor Unit�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
3.4 Horizontality Check of the Indoor Unit������������������������������������������������������������������ 6
3.5 Installation of the Air Supply Duct������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
3.6 Drawings of the Air Supply Outlet and Return Air Inlet����������������������������������������� 7
3.7 Installation of the Return Air Duct������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
3.8 Installation of the Condensate Pipe���������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
3.9 Design of the Drain Pipe��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
3.10 Installation of the Drain Pipe����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
3.11 Precautions for the Lift Pipe������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 11
3.12 Test for the Drainage System���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
3.13 Piping���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
3.14 Insulation for the Refrigerant Pipe�������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
3.15 Wiring between the Wire and the Wiring Terminal�������������������������������������������� 13
3.16 Wiring of the Power Cord (single-phase)���������������������������������������������������������� 14
3.17 Wiring of the Signal Line of the Wired Controller���������������������������������������������� 16
3.18 Electric Installation�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
4 Rated Working Conditions����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
5 Error Analysis������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 18
6 Maintenance�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
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1 Safety Precautions
Please read this manual carefully before using and operating correctly as instructed in this
manual.
Please take special attention to the meaning of these two marks:
Warning! It indicates improper operation which will lead to human casualty or severe injury.
Note! It indicates improper operation which will lead to injury or property damage.
Warning:
◆ The installation should be committed to the appointed service center; otherwise it will cause
water leakage, electric shock or fire etc..
◆ Please install the unit at a place where is strong enough to withstand the weight of the unit;
otherwise, the unit would fall down and cause injury or death.
◆ The drain pipe should be installed as instructed in the manual to guarantee the proper
drainage; meanwhile it should be insulated to prevent condensing; otherwise the improper
installation would cause water leakage and then wet the household wares in the room.
◆ Do not use or place any inflammable, combustible or any noxious substance next to the unit.
◆ Under the occurrence of an error (like burning smell etc.), please cut off the main power
supply of the unit.
◆ Keep good ventilation in the room to avoid oxygen deficit.
◆ Never insert your finger or any other object into the air outlet/inlet grille.
◆ Please take notice of the supporting frame of the unit to see if it is damaged over the long
time period of use.
◆ Never refit the unit and contact the sales agent or the professional installation personnel for
the repair or relocation of the unit.
An all-pole disconnection switch having a contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles
should be connected in fixed wiring.
Caution!
◆ Before installation, please check if the power supply corresponds with the requirement
specified on the nameplate and also check its security.
◆ Before using the unit, please check if the piping and wiring are correct to avoid water
leakage, refrigerant leakage, electric shock, or fire etc.
◆ The main power supply must be earthed to avoid the hazard of electric shock and never
connect this earth wire to the gas pipe, running water pipe, lightening rod or phone cable’s earth
lead.
◆ Turn off the unit after it runs at least five minutes; otherwise its service life will be shortened.
◆ Do not allow children operate this unit.
◆ Do not operate this unit with wet hands.
◆ Cut off the main power supply prior to the cleaning of the unit or the replacement of the air filter.
◆ When the unit is not to be used for a long time, please cut off the main power supply of the unit.
◆ Do not expose the unit to the moist or corrosive circumstances.
◆ After the electric installation, please take an electric leakage test.
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2 Installation Location and Matters Needing Attention
The installation of the unit must comply with the national and local safety
regulations. The installation quality directly affects the normal use, so the user should
not carry out the installation personally, instead, the installation and debugging should
be done by technician according to this manual. Only after that, can the unit be
energized.
2.1 How to select the Installation Location for the indoor unit
(1). Where there is no direct sunlight.
(2). Where the top hanger, ceiling and the building structure are strong enough to withstand the
weight of the unit.
(3). Where the drain pipe can be easily connected to outside.
(4). Where the flow of the air inlet and outlet are not blocked.
(5). Where the refrigerant pipe of the indoor unit can be easily led to outside.
(6). Where there is no inflammable, explosive substances or their leakage.
(7). Where there is no corrosive gas, heavy dust, salt mist, smog or moisture.
CAUTION!
The unit which is installed in the following places is likely to run abnormally. If unavoidable,
please contact the technician at the GREE appointed service center:
① Where is full of oil;
② Alkaline soil off the sea;
③ Where there is sulfur gas(like sulfur hot spring);
④ Where there are devices with high frequency (like wireless devices, electric welding devices,
or medical equipments);
⑤ Special circumstances.
2.2 Electric Wiring
(1). The installation must be done in accordance with the national wiring regulations.
(2). Only the power cord with the rated voltage and exclusive circuit for the air conditioning can
be used.
(3). Do not pull the power cord by force.
(4). The electric installation should be carried out by the technician as instructed by the local
laws, regulations and also this manual.
(5). The diameter of the power cord should be large enough and once it is damaged it must be
replaced by the dedicated one.
(6). The earthing should be reliable and the earth wire should be connected to the dedicated
device of the building by the technician. Besides, the air switch coupled with the leakage
current protection switch must be equipped, which is of enough capacity and of both
magnetic and thermal tripping functions in case of the short circuit and overload.
2.3 Earthing Requirements
(1). The air conditioner is classified into the Class I appliances, so its earthing must be reliable.
(2). The yellow-green line of the air conditioner is the earth line and can not be used for other
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purpose, cut off or fixed by the tapping screw; otherwise it would cause the hazard of
electric shock.
(3). The reliable earth terminal should be provided and the earth wire can not be connected to
any of the following places:
① .Running water pipe;
② .Coal gas pipe;
③ .Sewage pipe;
④ .Other places where the technician think unreliable.
2.4 Accessories for Installation
Refer to the packing list for the accessories of the indoor and outdoor units respectively.
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3 Installation Instructions
3.1 Outline Dimension Drawings of the Indoor Unit
Note: the unit in the followings figures is mm, unless otherwise specified.
Fig.1 is applicable to GFH(09)EA-D3DNA1A/I,GFH(12)EA-D3DNA1A/I,GFH(18)EA-D3DNA1A/
I, GFH(21)EA-D3DNA1A/I, GFH(24)EA-D3DNA1A/I:
G
Electric BoxLi
quid Pipe Gas Pipe
Backward
Return Air
I
H
E
Drain Pipe
A
Downward Return Air
F
J
D
B
C
Fig.1
Table 1: Outline Dimensions
Item
Model
GFH(09)EA-D3DNA1A/I
GFH(12)EA-D3DNA1A/I
GFH(18)EA-D3DNA1A/I
GFH(21)EA-D3DNA1A/I
GFH(24)EA-D3DNA1A/I
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
742
491
662
620
700
615
782
156
200
635
942
491
862
820
900
615
982
156
200
635
1142
491
1062
1020
1100
615
1182
156
200
635
3.2 Dimension Requirements on the Installation Space of the Indoor Unit
Nut with
washer
Spring
pad
>500
>250
Fig. 2
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3.3 Installation of the Indoor Unit
(1). Requirements on the Installation Location
1) Ensure the hanger is strong enough to withstand the weight of the unit.
2) The drainage pipe is easy for connection.
3) No obstacle is in the inlet/outlet and the air circulation is in good condition.
4) Ensure the installation space shown in Fig.2 is left for the access to maintenance.
5) It should be far away from where there is heat source, leakage of inflammable, explosive
substances, or smog.
6) It is the ceiling type unit (concealed in the ceiling).
7) The power cords and connection lines of the indoor and outdoor units must be at least 1m
away from the TV set or radio to avoid the image interference and noise ( even if 1m is kept, the
noise may be produced due to the strong electromagnetic wave).
(2). Installation of the Indoor Unit
Insert the M10 expansion bolt into the hole, and then knock the nail into the bolt. Refer to the
Outline Dimension Drawings of the Indoor Unit for the distance between holes and see Fig.3 for the
installation of the expansion bolt.
Hanger bolt
Air conditioning unit
Anchor
Fig.3
Fig.4
Install the hanger on the indoor unit, as shown in Fig.4.
Install the indoor unit on the ceiling, as shown in Fig.5.
≤48mm
Fig.5
CAUTION!
① .Prior to the installation, please make a good preparation for all piping (refrigerant pipe,
drain pipe) and wiring (wires of the wired controller, wires between the indoor and outdoor unit) of
the indoor unit to make the further installation much easier.
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② .If there is an opening in the ceiling, it is better to reinforce it to keep it flat and prevent it
vibrating. Consult the user and builder for more details.
③ .If the strength of the ceiling is not strong enough, a beam made of angle iron can be used
and then fix the unit on it.
④ .If the indoor unit is not installed in the air conditioning area, please use sponge around
the unit to prevent condensing. The thickness of the sponge depends on the actual installation
environment.
3.4 Horizontality Check of the Indoor Unit
After the installation of the indoor unit, its horizontality must be checked to make sure the unit
keep horizontal fore and aft and keep an inclination of 5° toward the drain pipe right and left, as
shown in Fig.6.
Horizontality Check Device
Fig.6
3.5 Installation of the Air Supply Duct
(1). Installation of the Rectangular Air Supply Duct
1
2
3
Return air
4
5
Return air
6
Supply air
3
7
8
Fig.7
Table 2
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
Hanger
5
Plenum Box
2
Return Air Duct
6
Filter Screen
3
Canvas Duct
7
Main Air Supply Duct
4
Return Air Inlet
8
Air Supply Outlet
(2). Installation of the Round Air Supply Duct
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1
2
4
5
6
7
8
3
9
Fig.8
Table 3
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
Return Air Duct
6
Transition Duct
2
Canvas Duct
7
Air Supply Duct
3
Return Air Louver
8
Diffuser
4
Hanger
9
Diffuser Joint
5
Air Supply Outlet
(3). Installation Steps of the Round Air Supply Duct
1). Preinstall the outlet of the round duct on the transition duct and then fix it by the tapping
screw.
2). Place the transition duct to the air outlet of the unit and fix it with rivet.
3). Connect the outlet to the duct and then tighten them with tape. Other installation details are
not covered herein.
CAUTION!
① .The maximum length of the duct means the maximum length of the air supply duct plus the
maximum length of the return air duct.
② .For the unit with the auxiliary electric heating function, if the round duct is to be adopted,
then the straight length of the transition duct can not be less than 200mm.
③ .The duct is either rectangular or round and connected with the air inlet/outlet of the indoor
unit. Among all air supply outlets, at least one should be kept open. As for the round duct, it needs
a transition duct of which the size should match with the air supply outlet of the unit. After the fitting
of the transition duct, it is the turn of the round duct, which is better to be kept 10 meters far away
from the corresponding diffuser. The standard accessories supplied by GREE is the transition duct
200mm long and round air outlet φ200, however, those of other specifications can be purchased.
3.6 Drawings of the Air Supply Outlet and Return Air Inlet
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21
D
A
B
C
Fig.9 Air Supply Outlet
Fig.10 Return Air Inlet
Table 4 Dimensions of the Air Supply Outlet and Return Air Inlet (unit: mm)
Item
Model
GFH(09)EA-D3DNA1A/I
GFH(12)EA-D3DNA1A/I
GFH(18)EA-D3DNA1A/I
GFH(21)EA-D3DNA1A/I
GFH(24)EA-D3DNA1A/I
Air Supply Outlet
Return Air Inlet
A
B
C
D
156
662
580
162
156
862
780
162
156
1062
980
162
3.7 Installation of the Return Air Duct
(1). The default installation location of the rectangular flange is in the back and the return air
cover plate is in the bottom, as shown in Fig.11.
Rectangular Flange
Backward Return Air
Downward Return Air
Return Air Cover Plate
Fig.11
(2). If the downward return air is desired, just change the place of the rectangular flange and
the return air cover plate.
(3). Connect one end of the return air duct to the return air outlet of the unit by rivets and the
other to the return air louver. For the sake of the convenience to freely adjust the height, a
cutting of canvas duct will be helpful, which can be reinforced and folded by 8# iron wire.
(4). More noise is likely to be produced in the downward return air mode than the backward
return air mode, so it is suggestive to install a muffler and a plenum box to minimize the
noise.
(5). The installation method can be chosen with considering the conditions of the building and
maintenance etc., as shown in Fig.12.
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4
5
4
6
5
3
2
Wind supply
1
Wind supply
1
Back wind
Back wind
Install the back wind pipe (a)
Install the back wind pipe(b)
Fig.12
Table 5 Parts and Components of the Return Air Duct
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
Return Air Louver(with the filter screen)
4
Indoor Unit
2
Canvas Duct
5
Air Supply Duct
3
Return Air Duct
6
Access Grille
3.8 Installation of the Condensate Pipe
(1). The condensate pipe should keep a inclination angle of 5 ~ 10 ° , which can facilitate
the drainage of the condensate water. And the joints of the condensate pipe should be
insulated by the insulation material to prevent condensing(see Fig.13).
Insulating Layer for the Condensate Pipe
Pipe Lid
Fig.13 Thermal Insulation of the Condensate Pipe
(2). There is a condensate outlet on both left and right sides of the unit. Once one is confirmed
to be used, the other should be clogged by a rubber plug, bundled by the binding wire and
insulated by the insulation material to avoid water leakage.
(3). The right outlet is defaulted to be clogged with a plug.
CAUTION! No water leakage is allowed on the joint of the condensate pipe.
3.9 Design of the Drain Pipe
(1). The drain pipe should always keep an inclination angle(1/50 ~ 1/100) to avoid the water
gathering in some certain place.
(2). During the connection of the drain pipe and device, do not impose too much force on the
pipe on one side of the device and the pipe should be fixed as close as to the device.
(3). The drain pipe can be the ordinary hard PVC pipe which can be purchased locally. During
the connection, inset the end of the PVC pipe to the drain outlet, then tighten it with the
drain hose and binding wire but never connect the drain outlet and the drain hose by
adhesive.
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(4). When the drain pipe is used for multiple devices, the public section of the pipe should be
100mm lower than the drain hole of each device and it is better to use the much thicker
pipe for such a purpose.
3.10 Installation of the Drain Pipe
(1). The diameter of the drain pipe should be larger than or equal to that of the refrigerant pipe
(PVC pipe, outer dimater:25mm, wall thickness ≥ 1.5mm.
(2). The drain pipe should be as short as possible and with at least a 1/100 degree of slope to
avoid forming air pockets.
(3). If the proper degree of slope of the drain pipe is not allowed, a lift pipe should be installed.
(4). A distance 1-1.5m should be kept between the hangers to avoid the drain hose making a
turn.
1~1.5m
(Right) with a min. degree of slope 1/100
(Wrong)
Fig.14
(5). Insert the drain hose into the drain hole and tighten it with clamps.
(6). Wrap the clamps with large amount of sponge for thermal insulation.
(7). The drain hose inside the room also should be insulated.
Clamp (accessory)
Sponge (accessory)
Clamp
(accessory)
Sponge (gray)
Drain Hose
Fig.15
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3.11 Precautions for the Lift Pipe
The installation height of the lift pipe should be less than 850mm. It is recommended to set an
inclination angle 1° ~ 2° for the lift pipe toward the drainage direction. If the lift pipe and the unit
form a right angle, the height of the lift pipe must be less than 800mm.
≤850mm
Ceiling
Hanger Bracket
≤300mm
Lift Pipe
1°~2°
150mm
≤1000mm
1~1.5m
Drain Hose (accessory) ①
② Clamp (accessory)
Fig.16
Notes:
① .The inclination height of the drain hose should be within 75mm so that the outlet of the
drain hose does not suffer the external force.
② .If multiple drain pipes converge, please follow the installation steps below.
I - Joint of drain pipe
Max.75mm
Max.1000mm
The specification of the joint of the drain pipe should be suitable to the running capacity of the unit
Drain Hose (accessory)
Fig.17
3.12 Test for the Drainage System
(1). After the electric installation, please take a test for the drainage system.
(2). During the test, check if the water flow goes through the pipe correctly and observe
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carefully the joint to see if it leaks or not. If this unit is installed in the newly built house, it is
suggested to take this test prior to the ceiling decoration.
3.13 Piping
(1). Let the flare end of the copper pipe point at the screw and then tighten the screw by hand.
(2). After that, tighten the screw by the torque wrench until it clatters (as shown in Fig.18).
Pipe
Flare Nut
Pipe
Spanner
Fig.18
Table 6 Moments of Torque for Tightening Screws
Diameter of Pipe(mm)
Moment of Torque (N·m)
φ6.35
15-30
φ9.52
35-40
φ12
45-50
φ15.9
60-65
(3). The bending degree of the pipe can not be too small; otherwise it will crack. And please use
a pipe tube bender to bend the pipe.
(4). Wrap the exposed refrigerant pipe and the joints by sponge and then tighten them with the
plastic tape.
CAUTION!
① .During the connection of the indoor unit and the refrigerant pipe, never pull any joints of the
indoor unit by force; otherwise the capillary pipe or other pipe may crack, which then would result in
leakage.
② .The refrigerant pipe should be supported by brackets, that is, don’t let the unit withstand the
weight of it.
If the specification of the outdoor unit pipe joint does not conform to that of the indoor unit, then
the joint specification of the outlet pipe of the indoor unit takes precedence. A reducing nipple shall
be installed at the joint of the outdoor unit so as to make the joint of the outdoor unit compatible
with that of the indoor unit.
3.14 Insulation for the Refrigerant Pipe
(1). The refrigerant pipe should be insulated by the insulating material and plastic tape in order
to prevent condensation and water leakage.
(2). The joints of the indoor unit should be wrapped with the insulating material and no gap is
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allowed on the joint of the indoor unit, as shown in Fig.19.
No gap
Fig.19
CAUTION!
After the pipe is protected well enough, never bend it to form a small angle; otherwise it would
crack or break.
(3). Wrap the pipe with tape.
1). Bundle the refrigerant pipe and electric wire together with tape, and separate them from the
drain pipe to prevent the condensate water overflowing.
2). Wrap the pipe from the bottom of the outdoor unit to the top of the pipe where it enters the
wall. During the wrapping, the later circle should cover half of the former one.
3). Fix the wrapped pipe on the wall with clamps.
CAUTION!
① .Do not wrap the pipe too tightly; otherwise the insulation effect would be weakened.
Additionally, make sure the drain hose is separated from the pipe.
② .After that, fill the hole on the wall with sealing material to prevent wind and rain coming into
the room.
3.15 Wiring between the Wire and the Wiring Terminal
(1). Wiring of the Single-Core Wire
1). Strip the insulating layer at the end of the wire about 25mm off with a wire striper.
2). Loosen the screw off on the wiring board of the air conditioning unit.
3). Shape with the pliers at the end of the wire to a circle matching with the size of the screw.
4). Let the screw go through the circle of the wire and then fix it on the wiring board.
(2). Wiring of the Multi-Core Wire
1). Strip the insulating layer at the end of the wire about 100mm off with a wire striper.
2). Loosen the screw off on the wiring board of the air conditioning unit.
3). Fix a wiring terminal matching with the size of the screw to the end of the multi-core wire
with the crimpling pliers.
4). Let the screw go through the terminal of the multi-core wire and then fix it on the wiring
board.
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A.Single-Cored Wire
B.Mulit-Cored Wire
Wiring Terminal
25
10
Insulating layer
Fig.20
WARNING!
① .If the power cord or the signal line is damaged, they must be replaced with the dedicated
one.
② .Prior to the wiring, please check the voltage marked on the nameplate and then carry out
the wiring following the wiring diagram.
③ .The dedicated power cord must be used for the air conditioning unit and the electrical
leakage protection switch and air switch must be installed in case of the overload condition.
④ .The air conditioning unit must be earthed to prevent the hazard caused by the failed
insulation.
⑤ .During the wiring, the wiring terminal or the single-core wire must be used; the direct wiring
between the multi-core wire and wiring board would cause fire.
⑥ .All wiring should be done strictly in accordance with the wiring diagram; otherwise the
improper wiring would cause the air conditioning unit running abnormally or damaged.
⑦ .Do not let the electric wires touch the refrigerant pipe, the compressor, the fan or other
moving parts.
⑧ .Do not modify the wiring inside the indoor unit randomly; otherwise the manufacturer won’t
assume any responsibility for the damage or abnormal running of the unit.
3.16 Wiring of the Power Cord (single-phase)
CAUTION!
The power supply for each indoor unit must be uniform.
① .Dismantle the cover of the electric box of the indoor unit.
② .Let the power cord go through the rubber ring.
③ .Put the 4-core cable through the hole of the chassis and the bottom of the appliance
upward, and then connect the power line and the communication line from the outdoor
unit to the corresponding terminals N(1), 2, 3 , and grounding terminal of the indoor unit.
Wiring shall be done properly as per the wiring diagram. (Note: Be sure the wring terminals
A/B/C/D and piping joints A/B/C/D of the indoor unit match with that of the outdoor unit
respectively).
④ .Fix the power cord tightly with the binding wire.
GWHD(36)NK3AO
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POWER
INDOOR UNIT D
INDOOR UNIT C
INDOOR UNIT B
INDOOR UNIT A
N L
XT
XT
XT2
OUTDOOR UNIT
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INDOOR UNIT E
XT6
G
INDOOR UNIT D
XT5
G
G
INDOOR UNIT B
XT3
G
INDOOR UNIT A
XT2
G
L
N
POWER
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OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT C
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3.17 Wiring of the Signal Line of the Wired Controller
(1). Open the cover of the electric box of the indoor unit.
(2). Let the signal line go through the rubber ring.
(3). Insert the signal line to the four-pin socket on the printed circuit board of the indoor unit.
(4). Fix the signal line with the binding wire.
3.18 Electric Installation
Table 7
Indoor Unit
Power Supply
Type
Model
Running
Current
(A)
Recommended
Power Cord
(Sectional Area×
Indoor Fan
Pieces)
Cooling Heating
Motor
Input Power(W)
GFH(09)EA-D3DNA1A/I 208/230V~ 60Hz
0.406
75
575
AWG18×4
GFH(12)EA-D3DNA1A/I 208/230V~ 60Hz
Cooling
and
GFH(18)EA-D3DNA1A/I 208/230V~ 60Hz
Heating
GFH(21)EA-D3DNA1A/I 208/230V~ 60Hz
0.348
65
865
AWG18×4
0.428
80
1080
AWG18×4
0.588
110
1610
AWG18×4
GFH(24)EA-D3DNA1A/I 208/230V~ 60Hz
0.588
110
1610
AWG18×4
Notes:
The sectional area listed above is applicable to the power cord with at most a length of 15
meters. For the longer cord, its sectional area should be enlarged to avoid the cord burning out
caused by the over-current.
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4 Rated Working Conditions
Table 8 Working Temperature Range
Indoor side state ℉(℃)
Wet bulb
Dry bulb
temp. ℉(℃) temp. ℉(℃)
Outdoor side state ℉(℃)
Dry bulb
temp. ℉(℃)
Wet bulb
temp. ℉(℃)
Rated. Cooling
80.0(26.7)
67.0(19.4)
95.0(35.0)
75.0(23.9)
Max. cooling
80.0(26.7)
67.0(19.4)
115.0(46.1)
75.0(23.9)
Min. cooling
67.0(19.4)
57.0(13.9)
67.0(19.4)
57.0(13.9)
Rated. Heating
70.0(21.1)
60.0(15.6)
47.0(8.3)
43.0(6.1)
Max. heating
80.0(26.7)
—
75.0(23.9)
65.0(18.3)
Low Ambient heating
70.0(21.1)
60.0(15.6)
5.0(-15.0)
3.2(-16.0)
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5 Error Analysis
If your conditioning unit runs abnormally, please check the following items before contacting the
maintenance serviceman.
Table 9
Errors
Failed startup
Possible Causes
There is no power supply.
The breaker opens owing to electrical leakage.
Voltage is too low.
Stop after a short while of
operation
The air inlet/outlet of the indoor/outdoor unit is clogged.
Poor cooling effect
The air filter screen is too dirty or clogged.
There are too much heat sources or people in the room.
The door or window is open.
There are obstacles at the air inlet/outlet.
The set temperature is too high.
Poor heating effect
The air filter screen is too dirty or clogged.
The door or window is not closed fully.
The set temperature is too low.
Uncontrollable controller
If the remote controller crashes even if the batteries have been
replaced, please open the back cover of it and press the button
“ACL” to let it back to the normal condition.
Is the remoter controller in the signal receiving range? Or is it
blocked by obstacles?
For the duct type unit, operate the remote controller pointing at
the wired controller.
Check if the otherwise change new batteries . of the wired
controller is enough; or change them.
Note:
If the air conditioner still runs abnormally after the above check and handling, please
contact the maintenance serviceman at the local appointed service center.
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6 Maintenance
CAUTION!
Take notice of the following items before cleaning your air conditioning unit.
(1). Cut off the main power supply before contacting any wiring device.
(2). Only when the unit is turned off and the main power supply is cut off, can the unit be
cleaned; otherwise it would cause an electric shock or injury.
(3). Do not wash the unit with water; or it may cause an electric shock.
(4). During the cleaning, remember to use the stable standing platform Daily Maintenance.
1). How to clean the filter
① .Never dismantle the air filer except for cleaning; otherwise it may cause some error.
② .When the air conditioning unit is used under the environment with heavy dust, the air filter
should be cleaned often (generally once every two weeks).
2). Maintenance before seasonal use
① .Check if the air inlet/outlet of the indoor unit is clogged.
② .Check if the earthing is in good condition.
③ .heck if the wiring is in good condition.
④ .Check if the indicating lamp of the wired controller blinks after it is energized.
Note: If there is something abnormal, please consult the after-sales serviceman.
3). Maintenance after seasonal use
① .Let the air conditioning unit run for half day under the fan mode to dry the inside of the unit.
② .If the unit is not to be used for a long time, please shut off the main power supply for energy
conservation, at the same time, the power indicating lamp of the wired control will go off.
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