Room Air Conditioner
(Convertible Type)
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL: LV-B Series(18K/24K)
Contents
Functions .................................................................................................................................3
Product Specifications (Cooling Only)..................................................................................5
Product Specifications (Cooling & Heating).........................................................................6
Dimensions ..............................................................................................................................7
Refrigeration Cycle Diagram ..................................................................................................9
Wiring Diagram......................................................................................................................11
Operation Details ..................................................................................................................13
Display Function ...................................................................................................................21
Self-diagnosis Function........................................................................................................21
Installation .............................................................................................................................22
Operation ...............................................................................................................................39
Disassembly of the parts (Indoor Unit) ...............................................................................41
2-way, 3-way Valve.................................................................................................................45
Cycle Troubleshooting Guide...............................................................................................51
Electronic Parts Troubleshooting Guide.............................................................................52
Electronic control device......................................................................................................56
Schematic Diagram ...............................................................................................................57
Exploded View and Replacement Parts List.......................................................................58
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Functions
Indoor Unit
Operation ON/OFF by Remote controller
Sensing the Room Temperature
• Room temperature sensor. (Thermistor)
Room temperature control
• Maintains the room temperature in accordance with the Setting Temp.
Starting Current Control
• Indoor fan is delayed for 5 seconds at the starting.
Time Delay Safety Control
• Restarting is inhibited for approx. 3 minutes.
Indoor Fan Speed Control
• High, Med, Low, Chaos
Operation indication Lamps (LED)
--- Lights up in operation
--- Lights up in Sleep Mode
--- Lights up in Timer Mode
--- Lights up in Deice Mode or Hot Start Mode (only Heating Model)
--- Lights up during compressor running
(only Cooling Model)
Soft Dry Operation Mode
• Intermittent operation of fan at low speed.
Sleep Mode Auto Control
• The fan is switched to low(Cooling), med(Heating) speed.
• The unit will be stopped after 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 hours.
Natural Air Control by CHAOS Logic
• The fan is switched to intermittent or irregular operation
• The fan speed is automatically switched from high to
low speed.
Airflow Direction Control
• The louver can be set at the desired position or swing
up and down, right and left (not on all models) automatically.
Deice (defrost) control (Heating)
• Both the indoor and outdoor fan
stops during deicing.
• Hot start after deice ends.
Hot-start Control (Heating)
Auto Operation
• The setting temperature, indoor fan speed and desired
operation made are automatically set by fuzzy rule.
–3–
• The indoor fan stops until the
evaporator piping temperature will be
reached at 28°C(22˚C).
Remote Controller
Operation ON/OFF
Operation Mode Selection
(Cooling
(Heating
model only) model only)
Cooling Operation Mode.(
)
Auto Operation Mode.(
Soft Dry Operation Mode.(
)
Heating Operation Mode.(
Fan Speed Selection
(Low)
(Med)
(High)
(CHAOS)
Room Temperature Display
: High:39°C
LOW:11°C
Temperature Setting
TEMPERATURE
LOW
HIGH
Cooling
Down to 18°C
Up to 30°C
Heating
Setting the Time or Timer
Timer Selection
ON
OFF
: OFF, ON, OFF
ON
Timer Setting
SET
Timer Cancel
CANCEL
: Cancel Sleep Mode, Timer ON or Timer OFF.
Sleep Operation
: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7hr, Off Timer
Airflow Direction Control
Fan Operation Mode
: Fan Operates without cooling. (Cooling model only)
Reset
–4–
Down to 16°C
Up to 30°C
)
)
Product Specifications (Cooling Only)
Model Name
LV-B1820CL
Item
Unit
LV-B1821CL/CW/AL
LV-B1825CL
LV-B2420CL
LV-B2421CL/CW/AL
LV-B2425CL
Cooling Capacity
Btu/h(kcal/h)
18,000(4,536)
24,000(6,048)
Moisture Removal
l/h
2.5
3.5
Power Source
Air Circulation
1ø 220, 60Hz
ø, V, Hz
Indoor
m3/min
Outdoor
13.5
15
45
50
Input
W
2,000
1,950
2,750
2,700
Running Current
A
9.7
9.2
13
13
Btu/h-W
9
9
8.73
8.73
E.E.R.
Dimensions
(W H D)
Indoor
Net. Weight
Indoor
1,200 x 205 x 615
mm
Outdoor
870 x 655 x 320
30
kg
Outdoor
Refrigerant (R-22)
g
45
55
60
60
1,330
1,040
1,800
1,050
O
O
Airflow Direction Control (Up & Down)
O
Remocon Type
L.C.D Wireless
Liquid
1/4" (6.35)
3/8" (9.52)
1/4" (6.35)
Gas
1/2" (12.7)
5/8" (15.88)
5/8" (15.88)
Sleeping Operation
O
O
O
Drain Hose
O
O
O
Service Valve &
Connecting Tube
Connecting Wire
0.75mm
2
Main Power Cable
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
2.0mm2:for the Middle East)
Time Delay Safety Function
O
Air Circulation
O
Soft Dry
O
Fan Speed (Indoor)
3 (Hi, Med, Low)
Timer
24Hrs
Self-Diagnosis
O
Auto-Restart
O
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Product Specifications (Cooling & Heating)
Model Name
LV-B1820HL
Item
Unit
LV-B1821HL/HW
LV-B1825HL
LV-B2420HL
LV-B2421HL/HW
LV-B2425HL
Cooling Capacity
Btu/h(kcal/h)
18,000(4,536)
24,000(6,048)
Heating Capacity
Btu/h(kcal/h)
18,000(4,536)
24,000(6,048)
2.5
3.5
Moisture Removal
/h
Power Source
Air Circulation
ø, V, Hz
Indoor
1ø, 220, 60Hz
m3/min
Outdoor
Input
Cooling
W
Heating
Running Current
Cooling
A
Heating
13.5
15
45
50
1,950
1,750
2,750
2,600
1,900
1,750
2,750
2,500
9
8
13
12.5
8.8
8
13
11.5
E.E.R.(Cooling)
Btu/h-W
9.23
9.34
8.73
9.23
C.O.P.(Heating)
w/w
2.78
2.92
2.56
2.81
Dimensions
(W H D)
Indoor
Net. Weight
Indoor
1,200 x 205 x 615
mm
Outdoor
870 x 655 x 320
30
kg
Outdoor
60
Refrigerant (R-22)
g
1,480
62
1,140
Airflow Direction Control (Up & Down)
1,800
1,400
O
Remocon Type
O
L.C.D Wireless
Liquid
1/4" (6.35)
Gas
1/2" (12.7)
5/8"(15.88)
Sleeping Operation
O
O
Drain Hose
O
O
Service Valve &
Connecting Tube
Connecting Wire
Main Power Cable
3/8"(9.52)
1/4"(6.35)
0.75mm2
1.5mm2
2.5mm2
2.0mm2:for the Middle East)
Time Delay Safety Function
O
Air Circulation
O
Soft Dry
O
Fan Speed (Indoor)
3 (Hi, Med, Low)
Timer
24Hrs
Self-Diagnosis
O
Auto-Restart
O
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Dimensions
(1) Indoor Unit
1200mm
61
5m
m
R
205mm
63mm
38mm
39
26
2m
5m
m
m
46
8m
m
175mm
(Installation Plate)
250mm
mm
36
m
6m
7
10
(Rear Side)
mm
36
–7–
(2) Outdoor Unit
L1
L4
L2
D
L3
W
L5
L10 L11
Gas side
3-way valve
L7
L6
L8
Liquid side
3-way valve
L9
MODEL
18K, 24K
DIM
W
mm
870
H
mm
655
D
mm
320
L1
mm
370
L2
mm
25
L3
mm
340
L4
mm
630
L5
mm
25
L6
mm
546
L7
mm
162
L8
mm
162
L9
mm
54
L10
mm
74.5
L11
mm
79
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Refrigeration Cycle Diagram
• LV-B1820CL
• LV-B1821CL/CW/AL, LV-B1825CL
• LV-B2420CL
• LV-B2421CL/CW/AL, LV-B2425CL
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
LIQUID SIDE
CAPILLARY TUBE
HEAT
EXCHANGER
(EVAPORATOR)
HEAT
EXCHANGER
(CONDENSER)
COMPRESSOR
GAS SIDE
Pipe size(Diameter: )
Piping length(m)
Elevation(m)
MODEL
LV-B1820CL
LV-B1821CL/CW/AL, LV-1825CL
LV-B2420CL
LV-B2421CL/CW/AL, LV-B2425CL
Gas
Liquid
Rated
Max
Rated
Max
1/2"
1/4"
5
15
5
8
1/2"
1/4"
5
15
5
8
5/8"
3/8"
5
20
5
8
5/8"
1/4"
5
20
5
8
For installation over rated distance, 30g of refrigerant should be added for each meter.
ex) When installed at a distance of 15m, 300g of refrigerant should be added.
(15-5) x 30g = 300g
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• LV-B1820HL
• LV-B1821HL/HW, B1825HL
• LV-B2420HL
• LV-B2421HL/HW, B2425HL
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
LIQUID SIDE
CAPILLARY TUBE
CHECK VALVE
CAPILLARY TUBE
HEAT
EXCHANGER
HEAT
EXCHANGER
GAS SIDE
REVERSING
VALVE
COOLING
HEATING
COMPRESSOR
Pipe size(Diameter: )
Piping length(m)
Elevation(m)
MODEL
Gas
Liquid
Rated
Max
Rated
Max
LV-B1820HL
1/2"
1/4"
5
15
5
8
LV-B1821HL/HW, B1825HL
1/2"
1/4"
5
15
5
8
LV-B2420HL
5/8"
3/8"
5
20
5
8
LV-B2421HL/HW, B2425HL
5/8"
1/4"
5
20
5
8
For installation over rated distance, 30g of refrigerant should be added for each meter.
ex) When installed at a distance of 15m, 300g of refrigerant should be added.
(15-5) x 30g = 300g
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Wiring Diagram
(1) Indoor Unit
1. LV-B1820CL, LV-B1821CL/CW/AL,
LV-B2420CL, LV-B2421CL/CW/AL
TRANSFORMER
CAPACITOR
OR
RD
BL
BK
MOTOR
GN/YL
CAPACITOR
CN-TH
MAIN PCB
ASSY.
RY-L
RY-M
RY-H
CN-UP/DOWN 1,2
4
3 FUSE
T3.15A
RY-COMP
CN-4WAY
GN/YL
STEP
MOTOR
RY-COMP
CN-4WAY
BL
WH
BL
TERMINAL
BLOCK
4
CN-DISP
GN/YL
BR
WH
BL
3
1(L) 2(N)
DISPLAY PCB
ASSY.
3
TERMINAL
BLOCK
4
TO OUTDOOR UNIT
POWER
INPUT
CONVERTIBLE(COOLING ONLY)
TRANSFORMER
CAPACITOR
MOTOR
OR
RD
BL
BK
CAPACITOR
CN-TH
MAIN PCB
ASSY.
BR
CN-UP/DOWN 1,2
3 FUSE
T3.15A
RY-COMP
CN-4WAY
BL
CN-TH
MAIN PCB
ASSY.
BR
WH
RY-COMP
CN-4WAY
BL
MOTOR
GN/YL
7 8
TERMINAL
BLOCK DISPLAY PCB
ASSY.
TO OUTDOOR UNIT
CONVERTIBLE(HEAT PUMP)
RT-OUTFAN
POWER
INPUT
(INDOOR)
WH
3 4 5 6
RY-L
RY-M
RY-H
CN-TH
MAIN PCB
ASSY.
RY-COMP
CN-4WAY
BL
7 8
TO OUTDOOR UNIT
–11–
RD
CN-DISP
TERMINAL
BLOCK DISPLAY PCB
ASSY.
CONVERTIBLE(HEAT PUMP)
RY-4WAY
BK
BL
GN/YL
1 ( L ) 2( N )
CN-TRANS
CN-FAN
3 FUSE
T3.15A
BR
STEP
MOTOR
RD
CN-DISP
OR
RD
BL
BK
GN/YL
STEP
MOTOR
RY-4WAY
BK
BL
YL
THERMISTOR
DOOR S/W 1,2
3 FUSE
T3.15A
BR
STEP
MOTOR
RD
GN/YL
POWER
INPUT
CAPACITOR
GN/YL
STEP
MOTOR
RY
BK
3 4 5 6
RY-L
RY-M
RY-H
TRANSFORMER
THERMISTOR
DOOR S/W 1,2
GN/YL
WH
OR
RD
BL
BK
(INDOOR)
5. LV-B1825CL, LV-B2425CL
CN-TRANS
CN-FAN
YL
MOTOR
GN/YL
DOOR S/W 1,2
BR
TRANSFORMER
THERMISTOR
CN-TRANS
CN-FAN
RY-L
RY-M
RY-H
4. LV-B1821HL/HW,
LV-B2421HL/HW
CN-UP/DOWN 1,2
YL
CONVERTIBLE(COOLING ONLY)
(INDOOR)
3. LV-B1820HL, LV-B2420HL
1(L) 2(N)
DISPLAY PCB
ASSY.
TO OUTDOOR UNIT
POWER
INPUT
BL
3 FUSE
T3.15A
4
CN-DISP
GN/YL
GN/YL
MAIN PCB
ASSY.
RY-L
RY-M
RY-H
STEP
MOTOR
BL
BR
CN-TH
DOOR S/W 1
GN/YL
BR
OR
RD
BL
BK
MOTOR
GN/YL
THERMISTOR
CN-TRANS
CN-FAN
BR YL
DOOR S/W 1
1(L) 2(N)
TRANSFORMER
THERMISTOR
CN-TRANS
CN-FAN
BR YL
2. LV-B1825CL, LV-B2425CL
RT-OUTFAN
GN/YL
1 ( L ) 2( N )
POWER
INPUT
(INDOOR)
3 4 5 6
7 8
CN-DISP
TERMINAL
BLOCK DISPLAY PCB
ASSY.
TO OUTDOOR UNIT
CONVERTIBLE(HEAT PUMP)
(INDOOR)
(2) Outdoor Unit
1. LV-B1820CL, LV-B1821CL/CW/AL, LV-B2420CL, LV-B2421CL/CW/AL, LV-B1825CL, LV-B2425CL
BL
R
RD
COMP. S
F
H
YL
C
BR
C
OR
CAPACITOR
FAN
MOTOR
BL
BR
BK
3
4
TERMINAL
BLOCK
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONVERTIBLE(COOLING ONLY)
2. LV-B1820HL, LV-B2420HL
BL
3. LV-B1821HL/HW, LV-B2421HL/HW,
LV-B1825HL, LV-B2425HL
CAPACITOR
CAPACITOR
BL
R
COMP. S RD
BK
C
FAN YL
MOTOR
REVERSING
COIL
BL
H
CAPACITOR
C F
OR
OR
BK
YL
OR
FAN
MOTOR
BK
BK
BK
BK
L3 L2 L1
DEICE
PWB
ASSY.
BL
BK
BK
GN/YL
REVERSING
VALVE
BK
BK
RD
THERMISTOR
GN/YL
BK
BK
WH
BK
YL
BR
COMP. S
C
BR
R
(OUTDOOR)
GN/YL
GN/YL
4
5
6
7
GN/YL
3
TERMINAL
BLOCK
3
4
5
6
7
TERMINAL
BLOCK
TO INDOOR UNIT
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONVERTIBLE(HEAT PUMP)
(OUTDOOR)
WIRING DIAGRAM(OUTDOOR)
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Operation Details
(1) The function of main control
1. Time Delay Safety Control
• 3min… The compressor is ceased for 3minutes to balance the pressure in the refrigeration cycle.
(Protection of compressor)
…
• 5sec
Vertical air flow direction control louvers open in 5 seconds to prevent noise between louvers and wind.
…
• 30sec The 4-way valve is ceased for 30sec. to prevent the refrigerant-gas abnormal noise when the Heating
operation is OFF or switched to the other operation mode while compress is off.
While compressor is running, it takes 3~5 seconds to switch.
2. Airflow Direction Control
• This function is to swing the louver up and down automatically and to set it at the desired position.
• The procedure is as the following.
1st ; Press the ON/OFF Button to operate the product.
2nd ; Press the Airflow Direction Control Button to swing the louver up and down automatically.
3nd ; Repress the Airflow Direction Control Button to set the louver as the desired position.
MODE 0
MODE1
135°
MODE 2
MODE 3
Cooling
MODE 4
MODE 5
MODE 9
(CLOSE)
MODE 6
MODE 7
For Heating Model
• Airflow direction control figure when installed
• Airflow direction control figure when installed on
under the ceiling.
the floor.
OPEN
OPEN
MODE 1
MODE 1
12°
MODE 2
12°
MODE 2
Cooling
MODE 3
Cooling
MODE 3
MODE 4
MODE 4
Heating
Heating
MODE 5
Heating
MODE 5
135°
MODE 6
135°
MODE 6
MODE 7
MODE 7
MODE 8
MODE 8
MODE 9
MODE 9
CLOSE
CLOSE
OPEN
MODE 1
12°
MODE 2
Cooling
MODE 3
MODE 4
Heating
Heating
MODE 5
135°
MODE 6
MODE 7
MODE 8
MODE 9
CLOSE
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3. Cooling Mode Operation
• When selecting the Cooling( ) Mode Operation, the unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is as following
Intake Air temp.
COMP. ON
(SET TEMP.+0.5°C)
COMP. OFF
(SET TEMP. -0.5°C)
INDOOR FAN
COMPRESSOR
More than
More than
3 minutes
3 minutes
Selecting
fan speed
Low
Selecting
fan speed
Low
Selecting
fan speed
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
4. Cooling or Heating Mode with Sleep Mode Auto Operation
• When selecting the Cooling(
) or the Heating( ) combined with the Sleep Mode Auto Operation( ), the
operation diagram is as following.
Cooling Mode with the Sleep Mode
• The setting temperature will be raised by 1°C 30minutes later and by 2°C 1 hour later.
• The operation will be stopped after 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 hours.
30 minutes
Intake Air temp.
30 minutes
1°C
COMP. ON
(SET TEMP.+0.5°C)
1°C
COMP. OFF
(SET TEMP. -0.5°C)
More than
3 minutes
More than
3 minutes
INDOOR FAN
Low
Low
Low
Low
Low
COMPRESSOR
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Heating Mode with the Sleep Mode.
• The operation will be stopped after 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 hours.
Setting Temp. +3°C
(Compressor OFF)
Setting Temp.
(Compressor ON)
Indoor Fan
Low.
Low.
Low.
Low.
Low.
Low.
Compressor
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
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5. Auto Operation
• The operation procedure is as following. (Cooling & Heating Model)
Press Start/Stop Button
Select Auto Operation Mode
Check the Room temperature
Operation mode
Indoor fan speed
Setting temperature
Intake-air
temperature
Operation Mode
are automatically decided by Fuzzy rule.
Over
21°C
below 21°C
Heating
~
below
24°C
Soft Dry
Over 24°C
Cooling
If initial mode is decided, that mode is continued without the room temperature changing.
For cooling operation mode over 24°C setting temperature and fan speed are same as cooling only model.
• Auto Operation for Cooling. (Cooling only Model)
Operation Condition
When Auto Operation
initial start
Intake-air Temperature
Setting temperature
Over 26°C
25°C
Over 24°C~below 26°C
Intake air -1°C
Over 22°C~below 24°C
Intake air -0.5°C
Fan speed
Over 20°C~below 22°C intake air temperture
below 20°C
When pressing room temp- Over 20°C~below 30°C
erature setting button
below 20°C
during Auto Operation
over 30°C
20°C
Controlled
by Fuzzy logic
Fuzzy control
20°C
Air Direction Control
In this mode, when
pressing the vertical air diretion control.
Button, louvers
moves to 1/f
rhythm (refer to
page 17)
30°C
Intake-Air temp
Setting Temp. +0.5°C
(Compressor OFF)
Setting Temp.-0.5°C
(Compressor ON)
Indoor Fan
Compressor
Fuzzy Speed
ON
OFF
–15–
ON
OFF
• Auto Operation for Soft Dry
The Setting temperature will be same as that of the current intake-air temperature.
- Compressor ON temperature; Setting temperature +1°C
- Compressor OFF temperature; Setting temperature -0.5°C
• Auto Operation for Heating.
Intake Air temp.
below 20°C
Setting temp.
20°C
over 20
~below 21°C
Intake air temp. +0.5°C
- Compressor ON temperature; Setting temperature
- Compressor OFF temperature; Setting temperature +3°C
Setting temp.
21.5°C
20.5°C
20°C
20°C
21°C
Intake-Air temp.
• 1/f rhythm louver operation : In Auto operation mode, when pressing the vertical air direction control button, louver moves as following cycle.
MODE0
Start
MODE1
MODE2
MODE3
MODE4
MODE5
End
MODE6
MODE9
(CLOSED)
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6. Natural wind by CHAOS logic
For more fresh feeling than other fan speed mode, press
the indoor fan Speed Selector and set to CHAOS mode.
In this mode, the wind blows like natural breeze by automatically changing fan speed according to the CHAOS
logic.
Intake Air temp.
Setting CHAOS Natural wind
Cooling on temp.
(Setting temp.+0.5)
Setting temp.
Cooling off temp.
(Setting temp.-0.5)
INDOOR FAN
OUTDOOR FAN/COMP.
: Setting fan speed
: CHAOS Natural wind
: LOW
: COMP ON
: COMP OFF
GRAPH of Natural wind by the CHAOS logis (During Cooling operation)
Intake Air temp.
Setting CHAOS Natural wind
Heating off temp.
(Setting temp.+3.0)
Heating on temp.
(Setting temp.)
30sec
INDOOR FAN
LOW OR STOP
OUTDOOR FAN/COMP.
: Setting fan speed
: CHAOS Natural wind
: LOW
: COMP ON
GRAPH of Natural wind by the CHAOS logis (During Heating operation)
–17–
: COMP OFF
7. Heating Mode Operation
The unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is shown as
following.
• For Heating Model
Indoor piping temp.
28°C
26°C
Intake Air temp.
Setting temp. +3.0˚C
(Compressor OFF)
Setting temp.
(Compressor ON)
COMPRESSOR
minimum
1min.
minimum
3min.
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Low Fan
Selected Fan
Low Fan
ON
OUTDOOR FAN
Fan
Stops
INDOOR FAN
minimum
30sec.
minimum
3min.
Low
Fan
Selected
Fan
4-WAY VALVE
ON
8. Hot-Start Control
• The indoor fan stops until the evaporator piping temperature will be reached to 28 .
• During heating operation, if piping temperatures falls below 26°C fan stops.
• The operation diagram is as following.
PIPING
TEMPERATURE
1min
28°C
(22˚C)
26°C
(20˚C)
INDOOR FAN
ON
COMPRESSOR
: Selected Fan
: Low Fan
–18–
: Fan Stop
minimum
1min.
Fan Stop
Low
Fan
Selected
Fan
9. Deice Control
• Deicing operation is controlled by timer and sensing the outdoor piping temperature.
• The first deicing starts only when the outdoor pipe temperature falls below -6°C after 45(30) minutes passed
from starting of heating operation.
• Deicing ends after 10(6) minutes passed from starting of deice operation or when the outdoor pipe temperature
rises over 12°C even if before 10(6) minutes.
• The second deicing starts only when the outdoor pipe temperture falls below -6°C after 45(30) minutes passed
from ending of the first deicing.
Within
More than 45(30) minutes
10(6) minutes
of heating operation
Deicing
More than 45(30) minutes
of heating operation
The outdoor
piping Temp.
Deicing
12°C
DEICE OFF
-6°C
DEICE ON
HOTSTART
INDOOR FAN
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
COMPRESSOR
ON
ON
ON
ON
4-WAY VALVE
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
10. Soft Dry Operation
• During Soft Dry Operation, the compressor ON temperature is the setting temperature plus 1°C, the compressor
OFF temperature is the setting temperature minus 0.5°C.
• When the room temperature rises over the compressor ON temperature, the operation mode is switched to the
cooling mode.
• When the room temperature falls between the compressor ON temperature and OFF temperature, the operation
mode is switched to the Soft Dry Operation.
In this temperature range, 10min. Dry Operation, 7min operation OFF. During 10min Dry operation, if the room
temperature falls below compressor OFF temperature, Compressor OFF.
• In micom dehumidify mode, control of fan speed is as following.
Intake Air temp.
Setting temp. +1.0˚C
(Compressor ON)
Setting temp.
Setting temp. -0.5˚C
(Compressor OFF)
Cooling 2min.58sec. 10min.
7min.
10min. Within 7min. Cooling 2min.58sec.
COMPRESSOR
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OUTDOOR FAN
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
INDOOR FAN
Selected
Fan
Low Fan
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Selected
Fan
Low Fan
11. Forced operation
• If you lose wireless remote controller, you can operate the unit with forced operation switch.
• The standard conditions are as following.
Heat pump Model
Cooling Model
Room Temp 24°C
21°C Room Temp 24°C
Room Temp 21°C
Operation Mode
Cooling
Cooling
Soft Dry
Heating
FAN Speed
High
High
Soft Dry Rule
High
Setting Temp.
24°C
22°C
Air Intake Temperature
24°C
• Unit operates in low fan mode for first 15 seconds, then switched to proper operation mode according to
intake Air temperature.
Forced
Operation Button
Press the Forced Operation Button.
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•Press the Forced Operation Button once
again to stop operation.
12. Protection of the evaporator pipe from frosting
If the temperature of the indoor coil is below 0°C after 7 minutes from starting the compressor, the
compressor and the outdoor fan is stopped, and then after 3 minute delay of the compressor and
the temperature of the indoor coil is over 7°C, the compressor and the outdoor fan is reoperated.
Indoor fan operates at low speed (comp. OFF) or at selected speed (comp. ON)
13. Inlet grille open
Once the inlet grille is opened during operation of the unit, the unit automatically stops operation and the
lamps will be turned-off. But memorized functions are still available.
When the inlet grille is closed again, the unit become waiting state for operation. From then, the unit can be
operated by forced operation button or Start/Stop button of remote controller.
14. Test Operation
• When pressing forced operation switch about 3 seconds, the unit operates in cooling mode at high speed fan
regardless of room temperature and resets in 18 min.
• During test operation, if remote controller signal is received, the unit operates as remote controller sets.
15. Auto Restarting Operation
• When the power is restored after a sudden power failure while in appliance operation, the mode before the
power failure is kept on the memory and the appliance should be on the automatically operates in the mode
on the memory.
• Operation Mode that is kept on the memory
- State of Operation ON/OFF
- Operation Mode/Setting Temp/Selected airflow Speed
- Sleep Timer Mode/Remaining Time of Sleep Timer(unit of hour)
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Display Function
1. Heating Model
2. Cooling Model
Operation Indicator
Operation Indicator
• Coolling, Soft Dry, Fan, Heating
• Coolling, Soft Dry, Fan, Heating
Timer Indicator
Timer Indicator
• Timer Mode
• Timer Mode
Sleep Timer Indicator
Sleep Timer Indicator
• Sleep Mode
• Sleep Mode
Deice Indicator
Outdoor Unit Operation
• Hot-start, Deice
• Outdoor Unit Operating
Note)
For normal operation after checking by test mode, you should press SW1 nine times for resetting or reconnect
the power cord.
Self-diagnosis Function
1. Protection of the evaporator pipe from frosting
If the temperature of the indoor pipe is below 0°C after 7 mins from starting the compressor, the compressor
and the outdoor fan is stopped, and then after 3 mins delay of the compressor and the temperature of the
indoor pipe is over 7°C, the compressor and the outdoor fan is reoperated.
2. Thermistor Cut Off or Short
Cut Off/Short : Blinks on and off the operation mode LED. (0.5 sec ON/3 sec OFF)
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Installation
1. Installation of Indoor, Outdoor Unit
1. Selection of the best location
More than
20cm
1) Indoor unit
More than
20cm
• There should not be any heat source or steam near
the unit.
• There should not be any obstacles to prevent the air
circulation.
• A place where air circulation in the room will be good.
• A place where drainage can be easily obtained.
• A place where noise prevention is taken into consideration.
• Do not install the unit near the door way.
• Ensure the spaces indicated by arrows from the wall,
ceiling, or other obstacles.
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More than eye-level
(Ceiling installation)
More than
20cm
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More than
20cm
(Floor/Wall installation)
2) Outdoor unit
• If an awning is built over the unit to prevent direct sunlight or rain exposure, be careful that heat radiation
from the condenser is not restricted.
• There should not be any animals or plants which
could be affected by hot air discharged.
• Ensure the spaces indicated by arrows from the wall,
ceiling, fence or other obstacles.
More than 10cm
More than 10cm
More than 70cm
3) Piping length and the elevation
GAS
LIQUID
Rated
Max.
Rated
Max.
* Additional
refrigerant
(g/m)
1/2"
1/4"
7
15
5
8
30
50Hz 5/8"
1/4"
20
8
30
3/8"
7
5
60Hz 5/8"
Pipe Size
MODEL
18K BTU
24K BTU
Length A(m)
Elevation B(m)
• If 18K or 24K Model is installed at a distance of 15m, 240g of refrigerant should be added ........................................................(15-7)x30g
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Indoor unit
A
B
Outdoor unit
2. Indoor unit installation
■ Before Installing, prepare Installation Plates
• 'Installation Plates' are attached at the bottom of
indoor unit.
Detach them by removing each 3 screws at both
sides.
• Detach 'Side Plate (R,L)' by removing each 2 screws
on both sides.
• Pull the upper right and left side of 'Inlet Grille' to the
front, and it will stop at slightly tilted position.
• Unhook the 'Inlet hanger' from the 'Hanger screw' on
the both left and right side.
• Detach the 'Inlet Grille' from the Indoor Unit.
Side Plate
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Install Plate
Inlet hanger
1) Installation on the ceiling
• Measure and mark the position for the Suspension bolts and the piping hole.
• Drill the hole for anchor nut on the ceiling.
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Hanger
screw
Inlet Grille
1)
265
1076
Before secure the Installation Plates, select the bent
direction of the Installion Plate to the inside or the
outside according to the installation circumstances.
Suspension
bolt
2)
1236
Center-line for the
piping hole
265
• Drill the piping hole on the wall slightly tilted to the
outdoor side using a ø70 hole-core drill.
Indoor
WALL
Outdoor
5~7mm
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• Insert the nuts and washer onto the suspension bolts
for locking the suspension bolts on the ceiling.
• Mount the suspension bolts to the anchor-nuts firmly.
• Secure the Installation plates onto the Suspension
bolts (adjust level roughly.) using nuts, washers and
spring washers.
Anchor nut
1)
Ceiling
Nut
Washer
Suspension
bolts
Suspension
bolts
Spring
washer
max.
12mm
Nut
Washer
2)
• Engage 2 hooks on the both left and right side
of the unit to the lower slot of Installation Plates.
• Adjust a level with a level gauge on the direction
of left-right, back-forth by adjusting suspension
bolts.
• Move the hooks on the unit to the upper slot of
Installation Plates. Then the unit will be declined
to the bottomside so as to drain well.
Lower slot
Level gauge
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Suspension
bolt
Adjust a level
Installation plate
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Upper slot
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CAUTION
1. Install declination of the indoor unit is very important for the drain of the convertible type air
conditioner.
2. Minimum thickness of the insulation for the connecting pipe shall be 7mm.
3. If the Installation Plates are fixed to horizontal line, the indoor unit after installing will be declined
to the bottomside.
Front of view
• The unit must be horizontal or declined to the drain hose connected when finished installation.
Ceiling
Drain hose
Ceiling
Side of view
• The unit must be declined to the bottomside of the unit when finished installation.
Ceiling
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• Secure the unit to the Installation Plates with four M8
bolts and washers.
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• Before working, refer to "Connecting pipe
and cable to Indoor Unit" on page 32.
• Hook up the Inlet Grille Hook to the cabinet.
• Hang the Inlet Hanger to the screw.
Inlet hanger
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Hook
Cabinet Bottom
• Fit the projection hooks of the side plates to the 'Side
Panel' and the 'Front Panel' by lifting it.
• Fasten the screws.
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1
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2
2) Installation on the Wall
• Select and mark the position for fixing bolts and piping
hole.
Decide the position for fixing bolts slightly tilted to the
drain direction after considering the direction of drain
hose.
• Drill the hole for anchor nut on the wall.
1076
mor
e th
260 an
265
• Drill the piping hole on the wall slightly tilted to the outdoor side using a ø70 hole-core drill.
Wall
Outdoor
5~7mm
Indoor
• Secure the 'Install Plate' onto the wall with four anchor
bolts, washers and spring washers.
Spring
washer
Wall
Nut
Washer
Anchor nut
Less than
12mm
Before secure the Install Plates, select the bent direction of the 'Install Plate' to the inside or outside according to the installation circumstances.
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6
Install the Indoor unit onto Installation Plate.
• Insert 2 hooks on the both left and right side of the unit
to the inner slot (wall side) of the Installation Plate.
Inner slot
• Secure the unit to the Installation Plate with four M8
bolts and washers.
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• Before working, refer to "Connecting pipe
and cable to Indoor Unit" on page 32.
• Hook up the Inlet Grille Hook to the cabinet.
• Hang the Inlet Hanger to the screw.
2
1
• Fit the projection hooks of the side plates to the 'Side
Panel' and the 'Front Panel' by lifting it.
• Fasten the screws.
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3) Installation on the floor
From the left wall
more than 760mm
Installation of Mount Bracket.
• Select and mark the position for Mount Brackets and
the piping hole.
• Drill the hole for the anchor nut on the wall.
• Drill the piping hole using a ø70 hole-core drill.
• Secure the Mount Brackets on the wall with four M4
screws.
From the
right wall
more than 840mm
Install the indoor unit onto the Mount Brackets.
• Engage the slot at the back of the unit with Mount
Bracket.
448mm
Slot
Floor mount
bracket
• Drill the piping hole with 70mm dia, hole core drill.
• Piping hole should be slightly slant to the outdoor side.
Wall
Outdoor
5~7mm
Indoor
After Installing, reassemble detached parts.
• Hang the 'Inlet Grille' and hook the 'Inlet Hanger' to the
Hanger Screw.
• Assemble the 'Side Plates(R,L)' with 2 screws on both
left and right side.
Slot
Wall
Floor mount
bracket
Install plate
Piping hole
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3. Connecting Pipes to the Indoor Unit
3-1. Preparation of Piping
Main cause of gas leakage is defect in flaring work.
Carry out correct flaring work in the following procedure.
Copper
tube
1) Cut the pipes and the cable.
■ Use the accessory piping kit or the pipes purchased locally.
■ Measure the distance between the indoor and
the outdoor unit.
■ Cut the pipes a little longer than measured distance.
■ Cut the cable 1.5m longer than the pipe length.
Pipe
Reamer
Point down
2) Burrs removal
■ Completely remove all burrs from the cut cross
section of pipe/tube.
■ Put the end of the copper tube/pipe to downward direction as you remove burrs in order to
avoid to let burrs drop in the tubing.
Flare nut
Copper tube
3) Putting nut on
■ Remove flare nuts attached to indoor and outdoor units, than put them on pipe/tube having
completed burr removal.
(Not possibe to put them on after flaring work)
4) Flaring work
■ Carry out flaring work using flaring tool as
shown below.
Outside diameter
Handle
Bar
Bar
"A"
A
mm
inch
mm
Ø6.35
1/4
0.5 ~ 0.8
Ø9.52
3/8
0.5~ 0.8
Ø12.7
1/2
0.8~ 1.0
Ø15.88
5/8
0.8~ 1.0
Slanted Uneven Rough
90°
Yoke
Cone
Copper pipe
Clamp handle
Red arrow mark
Smooth all round
Inside is shining without scratches
Firmly hold copper tube in a die as indicated dimension in the table above.
= Improper flaring =
5) Check
■ Compare the flared work with figure below.
■ If flare is noted to be defective, cut off the flared
section and do flaring work again.
Even length
all round
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Inclined Surface Cracked Uneven
damaged
thickness
3-2. Installation on the ceiling
1) Connecting the pipes to the indoor unit
The pipe can be connected to right side, bottom
or back of the unit.
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2
1. For the Right Side Piping
• After bending an end of the connecting tube, align the
center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare
nut with fingers.
• Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until
the wrench clicks.
• Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet.
Drain hose should be go through under the Hose
Bracket as shown in figure .
• Hang the drain hose on the hose hanger and fix it to
the hole of the hose bracket with a screw.
1
Hose
Bracket
3
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4
Piping
5
Drain Hose
Hose Hanger
2. For the Bottom Side Piping
• Remove the knock-out on the bottomside of Inlet Grille
• Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten
the flare nut with fingers.
• Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until
the wrench clicks.
• Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet.
• Hang the drain hose on the hose hanger and fix it to
the hole of cabinet bottom with a screw.
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Hose
Hanger
2) Connecting the Drain Hose
• The drain hose can be connected to not only the
right side but also left side of the unit.
• If the drain hose is connected to the left side, it
should go through the cabinet bottom.
• Hang the drain hose on the hose hanger and fix it to
the hole of cabinet bottom with a screw.
BOTTOM
Hose Hanger
Drain Hose
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3-3. Installation on the wall or floor
1) Connecting the pipes to the indoor unit
1. For the Right Rear Piping
• Remove the knock-out at the back side of the cabinet.
• After bending an end of the connecting tube, align the
center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare
nut with fingers.
• Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until
the wrench clicks.
• Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet.
• Tape the Drain Hose to the pipings to avoid coming
off the drain-outlet.
Piping
Taping
Drain Hose
2. For the Right Side Piping
• After bending an end of the connecting tube, align the
center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare
nut with fingers.
• Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until
the wrench clicks.
• Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet.
• Tape the Drain Hose to the pipings to avoid coming
off the drain-outlet.
Piping
Taping
Drain Hose
3. For the Right Bottom Piping
• Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten
the flare nut with fingers.
• Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until
the wrench clicks.
• Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet.
Piping
Taping
Drain Hose
Connecting
Cable
2) Connecting the Drain Hose
• The drain hose can be connected to not only right
side but also left side of the unit.
REAR
Drain Hose
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BOTTOM
4. Connecting Pipes to the Outdoor Unit
1) Connecting the pipes to the Outdoor
unit
1. Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently
tighten the flare nut with fingers.
2. Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench
until the wrench clicks.
• When tightening the flare nut with torque wrench,
ensure the direction for tightening follows the arrow on
the wrench.
Pipe Size
Liquid Side
Gas Side
Outdoor unit
Torque
1/4"
1.8kg·m
3/8"
4.2kg·m
1/2"
5.5kg·m
5/8"
6.6kg·m
Gas side piping
(Bigger Dia.)
Liquid side piping
(Smaller Dia.)
Torque wrench
5. Checking the Drainage
1) Checking the Drainage
1. Remove the Air Filter.
• To remove air filter, take hold of tab and pull
slightly upwards.
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2. Check the drainage.
• Spray one or two glasses of water upon the
evaporator.
• Ensure that water flows drain hose of indoor unit
without any leakage.
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6. Connecting Cables between Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit
1) Connecting cables to the Indoor Unit
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1) Remove the Air guide - L by loosening 2 screws
after removing the Inlet grille from the Indoor
unit.
2) Connect the wires to the terminals on the control board individually according to the outdoor
unit connection.
• Ensure that the color of the wires of outdoor
unit and the terminal No. are the same as
those of indoor unit respectively
AIR GUIDE-L
INDOOR UNIT
Clamp
1
2
Control
Panel
2) Clamping of cables
1) Arrange 2 power cables on the control panel.
2) First, fasten the steel clamp with a screw to the inner boss of control panel.
3) For the cooling model, fix the other side of the clamp with a screw strongly.
For the heat pump model, put the 0.75mm2 cable(thinner cable) on the clamp and tighten it with a plastic clamp to the other boss of the control panel.
4) In Australia, the length of power supply cord measured from the entry of the power supply cord to the middle of live pin on
the power plug should be over 1.8m.
NORMAL CROSSSECTIONAL AREA
• 2.5mm2(24K)
• 2.0mm2(18K:for the Middle East)
• 1.5mm2(18K:for the other area)
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The connecting cable connected
between the indoor and outdoor unit
should be complied with the
following specifications
(Type H07RN-F approved by HAR or SAA).
Ø6mm
NORMAL CROSSSECTIONAL AREA
• 2.5mm2(24K)
• 2.0mm2(18K:for the Middle East)
• 1.5mm2(18K:for the other area)
CAUTION
The power connecting cable
connected between the indoor and
outdoor unit should be complied
with the following specifications
(Type H07RN-F approved by HAR or SAA).
Ø8.0mm
Ø10.0mm
Ø8.0mm
Ø10.0mm
The power cord connected to the
indoor unit should be complied with
the following specifications
(Type H05VV-F(Indoor)
approved by HAR or SAA).
NORMAL
CROSSSECTIONAL
AREA
0.75mm2
3) Connecting the cable to Outdoor Unit
Outdoor unit
1. Remove the Cover control from the unit by loosening
a screw.
Connect the wires to the terminals on the control
board individually as following.
Terminal block
Over 5mm
Holder for
power supply
cord
2. Secure the cable onto the control board with the holder (clamper).
3. Refix the cover control to the original position with the
screw.
Power supply
cord
Connecting
cable
4. Use a recongnized circuit breaker 20A(18K, 24K)
between the power source and the unit. A disconnection device to adequately disconnect all supply lines
must be fitted.
Cover control
Holder for
connecting
cable
CAUTION
After the confirmation of the above conditions, prepare the wiring as follows:
1) Never fail to have an individual power specialized for the air conditioner. As for the method of wiring,
be guided by the circuit diagram pasted on the inside of control box cover.
2) Provide a circuit breaker switch between power source and the unit.
3) The screw which fasten the wiring in the casing of electrical fittings are liable to come loose from
vibrations to which the unit is subjected during the course of transportation. Check them and
make sure that they are all tightly fastened. (If they are loose, it could give rise to burn-out of the
wires.)
4) Specification of power source
5) Confirm that electrical capacity is sufficient.
6) Be sure that the starting voltage is maintained at more than 90 percent of the rated voltage marked
on the name plate.
7) Confirm that the cable thickness is as specified in the power sources specification.
(Particularly note the relation between cable length and thickness.)
8) Never fail to equip a leakage breaker where it is wet or moist.
9) The following troubles would be caused by voltage drop-down.
• Vibration of a magnetic switch, damage on the contact point there of, fuse breaking, disturbance to the
normal function of a overload protection device.
• Proper starting power is not given to the compressor.
10) The means for disconnection from a power supply shall be incorporated in the fixed wiring and
have an air gap contact separation of at least 3mm in each active(phase) conductors.
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4) Form the pipings
Seal a small opening
around the pipings
with gum type sealer.
1. Wrap the connecting portion of indoor unit with
the Insulation material and secure it with two
Plastic Bands. (for the right pipings)
• If you want to connect an additional drain hose, the
end of the drain-outlet should keep distance from the
ground. (Do not dip it into water, and fix it on the wall
to avoid swinging in the wind.)
Taping
Drain hose
In case of the Outdoor unit being installed
below position of the Indoor unit.
Pipings
Plastic Band
2. Tape the Pipings, drain hose and Connecting
Cable from bottom to top.
Connecting
cable
Power supply
cord
3. Form the pipings gathered by taping along the
exterior wall and fix it onto the wall by saddle or
equivalent.
Trap is required to prevent water from entering
into electrical parts.
In case of the Outdoor Unit being installed
above position of the Indoor Unit.
Seal a small opening
around the pipings
with gum type sealer.
2. Tape the Pipings and Connecting cable from
bottom to top.
3. Form the pipings gathered by taping along the
exterior wall, and make the trap prevent water
from entering into the room.
Trap
4. Fix the pipings onto the wall by saddle or
equivalent.
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7. Air Purging of the Pipes and Indoor Unit
The air which contains moisture remaining in the refrigeration cycle may cause a malfunction on the compressor.
1. Confirm that both the liquid side valve and the gas side valve are set to the closed position.
2. After connecting the piping, check the joints for gas leakage with gas leak detector.
3. Remove the service port nut, and connect the gauge manifold and the vacuum pump to the service port by the
charge hose.
4. Vacuum the indoor unit and the connecting pipes until the pressure in them lowers to below -76cmHg.
5. Remove the valve stem nuts, and fully open the stems of the 2-way and 3-way valves with a hexagon wrench.
6. Tighten the valve stem nuts of the 2-way valve and 3-way valve.
7. Disconnect the charge hose and fit the nut to the service port.
(Tightening torque: 1.8kg.m)
Indoor unit
Liquid side
Closed
Outdoor unit
2-way valve/
3-way valve
Gas side
3-way
valve
Vaccum pump
OPEN
CLOSE
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Closed
8. Test running
1) Connection of power supply
1. Connect the power supply cord to the independent power supply.
• Circuit breaker is required.
2. Prepare the remote control.
• Insert two batteries provided.
Remove the battery cover from the remote controller.
• Slide the cover according to the arrow direction.
Insert the two batteries.
(Two "R03" or "AAA" dry-cell batteries or equivalent.)
• Be sure that the (+) and (-) directions are correct.
• Be sure that both batteries are new.
Re-attach the cover.
• Slide it back into position.
3. Operate the unit for fifteen minutes or more.
2) Evaluation of the performance
1. Measure the temperature of the intake and discharge air.
2. Ensure the difference between the intake temperature and the discharge one is more than 8°C
(Cooling) or reversely (Heating).
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Thermometer
3) Selection of the slide switch according
to installation method
1. In case the indoor unit is installed on the floor,
please change the side switch which is on the
Main PCB Assembly to the 'BOTTOM' state.
2. In case the indoor unit is installed under the ceiling, please change the slide switch which is on
the Main PCB Assembly to the ' CEILING' state.
The initial state of the slide switch is set for
the bottom installation.
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Operation
(1) Name and Function-Remote controller
1) Cooling Model
1
Signal transmitter.
2
START/STOP BUTTON
Operation starts when this button is pressed and stops
when the button is pressed again.
3
OPERATION MODE SELECTION BUTTON
Used to select the operation mode.
4
ON/OFF TIMER BUTTONS
Used to set the time of starting and stopping operation.
5
TIME SETTING BUTTONS
Used to adjust the time.
Transmits the signals
to the room air conditioner.
1
6
7
3
7
2
ON
OFF
4
8
5
9
SET
6
OPERATION DISPLAY
Displays the operation conditions.
Remote Controller
CANCEL
AIR FLOW DIRECTION START/STOP BUTTON
Used to stop or start louver movement and set the
desired up/down airflow direction.
(Except LV-B1825CL, LV-B2425CL)
8
SLEEP MODE AUTO BUTTON
Used to set Sleep Mode Auto operation.
9
AIR CIRCULATION BUTTON
Used to circulate the room air without cooling or heating (turns indoor fan on/off).
10
ROOM TEMPERATURE CHECKING BUTTON
Used to check the room temperature.
11
RESET BUTTON
Used prior to resetting time or after replacing batteries.
10
11
TIMER SET/CANCEL BUTTONS
Used to set the timer when the desired time is obtained
and to cancel the Timer operation.
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2) Heat Pump Model
Remote Controller
1
OPERATION DISPLAY
Displays the operation conditions.
Signal transmitter.
Transmits the signals
to the room air conditioner.
2
START/STOP BUTTON
Operation starts when this button is pressed and stops
when the button is pressed again.
3
OPERATION MODE SELECTION BUTTON
Used to select the operation mode.
4
ON/OFF TIMER BUTTONS
Used to set the time of starting and stopping operation.
5
TIME SETTING BUTTONS
Used to adjust the time.
1
6
7
3
7
2
ON
OFF
8
4
AIR FLOW DIRECTION START/STOP BUTTON
Used to stop or start louver movement and set the
desired up/down airflow direction.
(Except LV-B1825HL, LV-B2425HL)
8
SLEEP MODE AUTO BUTTON
Used to set Sleep Mode Auto operation.
9
AIR CIRCULATION BUTTON
Used to circulate the room air without cooling or heating (turns indoor fan on/off).
10
ROOM TEMPERATURE CHECKING BUTTON
Used to check the room temperature.
11
RESET BUTTON
Used prior to resetting time or after replacing batteries.
9
5
SET
6
TIMER SET/CANCEL BUTTONS
Used to set the timer when the desired time is obtained
and to cancel the Timer operation.
CANCEL
10
11
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Disassembly of the parts (Indoor unit)
Warning :
Disconnect the unit from power supply before making
any checks.
Be sure the power switch is set to “OFF”.
1. Remove the air filter.
• Pull the inlet grille slightly toward you.
• Pull out the air filter. (2 pieces)
R
Inlet Grille
2. Remove the girlle from chassis
• Remove the screws securing the side plate and
push to the bottom-side.
• Unhook the hanger from the hanger screw at the
left and the right side.
• Pick out the inlet grille.
R
1
4
3
Hanger
Hanger
Screw
2
3. Remove the lower air guide
• Remove a screw of both side fixing "barrier airguide".
• Remove the screws of both sides of the lower airguide.
• Remove the lower air-guide toward “arrow mark”
by turning upwards as shown in figure.
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Barrier Air guide
Lower Air guide
–41–
4. Remove air guide upper, crossflow fan and
motor.
• Remove the screws of both sides and center
securing the upper air-guide.
• Remove 2 screws fastening the bracket of door
switch.
Door
Switch
R
• Remove a bearing assembly by removing a
screw and the bearing cover.
• Remove 4 screws securing the motor cover.
• Loosen the screw securing the crossflow fan to
the fan motor shaft. (do not remove)
• Remove the crossflow fan by sliding it out from
the shaft of fan motor.
Bearing
Cover
Bearing
Motor
Cover
5. Remove the control box Assembly.
• Disconnect the step motor connector, fan motor
connector, display PCB connector, thermistor
connector and door switch connector from the
main PCB.
• If necessary, disconnect power supply cord and
connecting cable from the terminal block and
remove the cord clamp screw.
• Remove 2 screws securing the control box and
pick out the control box carefully.
R
R
–42–
6. Remove the front panel.
• Remove the screws of both sides fixing the front
panel.
• Push the upper side of front panel strongly to pull
out the front panel from the inner hook of diffuser
frame.
• Pull down the front panel carefully not so as to
harm the display PCB wires and thermistor
wires.
Diffuser frame
Diffuser
frame
Hook
Front
Panel
Front
Panel
R
7. Remove the diffuser assembly.
• Remove the screws of both side of diffuser
assembly. (4 pieces)
• Push the upper side of cabinet strongly to pull
out the inner hook of diffuser frame from the
cabinet hole.
• Take up the diffuser frame carefully not so as to
harm the display PCB wires and the step motor
wires.
Diffuser
frame
Hook
Cabinet
R
8. Remove display PCB assembly.
• Remove the screws at the both side of display
cover.
• If necessar y, disconnect the display PCB
connector from PCB assembly.
• Remove 2 screws of PCB assembly.
Display Cover
–43–
9. Remove the vane-upper, vane-lower and step
motor.
• Remove 2 screws securing the step motor
assembly and pull it out from the vanes carefully.
• Unhook the vanes from the vane supporter and
remove the upper vane and lower vane by pulling
the center of vanes with care.
Step Motor
Vane Supporter
Lower Vane
Upper Vane
10. Remove the drain pan assembly.
• Remove the both side of screws. (4 pieces)
• Pull out the drain pan assembly.
• Be careful not to harm to the EPS packing of
drain pan and the tubings of evaporator.
11. Remove the evaporator.
• Remove the screws of both sides securing the
EVA barrier-R/L on the side cabinet.
• Remove the screws which fasten the barrier on
the evaporator and take out the barrier assembly.
• Remove the evaporator assembly by sliding
toward arrow mark. (As shown in figure)
EVA. Barrier-L
Side Cabinet
EVA. Barrier-R
–44–
2-way, 3-way Valve
2-way Valve (Liquid Side)
Hexagonal wrench (4mm)
Flare nut
3-way Valve (Gas Side or Liquid Side)
Valve cap
Open position
Flare nut
Closed position
Open position
Closed position
To
piping
connection
To
piping
connection
To outdoor unit
Works
Shipping
1.
Air purging
(Installation)
Operation
Pin
Service Service
port cap port
To outdoor unit
Shaft position
Shaft position
Service port
Closed
(with valve cap)
Closed
(with valve cap)
Closed
(with cap)
Open
(counter-clockwise)
Closed
(clockwise)
Open
(push-pin or with
vacumm pump)
Open
(with valve cap)
Open
(with valve cap)
Closed
(with cap)
Closed
(clockwise)
Open
(counter-clockwise)
Open
(connected manifold
gauge)
Open
Open
Open
(with Vaccum pump)
Open
Open
Open
(with charging
cylinder)
2.
Pumping down
(Transfering)
3.
Evacuation
(Servicing)
4.
Gas charging
(Servicing)
5.
Pressure check
(Servicing)
Open
Open
Open
(with charging cylinder)
6.
Gas releasing
(Servicing)
Open
Open
Open
(with charging cylinder)
–45–
1. Pumping down
Liquid side
Indoor unit
2-Way
valve
Open
Outdoor unit
Gas side
Closed
3-Way
valve
Lo
CLOSE
CLOSE
Purge the air
• Procedure
(6) Operate the air conditioner in cooling mode
and stop it when the gaug e indicates
1kg/cm2g.
(1) Confirm that both liquid side and gas side
valves are set to the open position.
– Remove the valve stem caps and confirm that
the valve stems are in the raised position.
– Be sure to use a hexagonal wrench to operate
the valve stems.
(7) Immediately set the 3-way valve to the closed
position.
– Do this quickly so that the gauge ends up
indicating 3 to 5kg/cm2g.
(2) Operate the unit for 10 to 15 minutes.
(8) Disconnect the charge set, and mount the 2way and 3-way valve’s stem nuts and the
service port nut.
– Use torque wrench to tighten the service port
nut to a torque of 1.8 kg.m.
– Be sure to check for gas leakage.
(3) Stop operation and wait for 3 minutes, then
connect the charge set to the service port of
the 3-way valve.
– Connect the charge hose to the service port.
(4) Air purging of the charge hose.
– Open the low-pressure valve on the charge set
slightly to air purge from the charge hose.
(5) Set the liquid side valve to the closed
position.
–46–
1) Re-air purging
(Re-installation)
Liquid side
Indoor unit
2-Way
valve
Closed
Outdoor unit
Gas side
Closed
3-Way
valve
Gas cylinder
Lo
R22
OPEN
CLOSE
• Procedure
(6) Disconnect the charge set and the gas
cylinder, and set the 2-way and 3-way valves
to the open position.
– Be sure to use a hexagonal wrench to operate
the valve stems.
(1) Confirm that both the liquid side valve and the
gas side valve are set to the closed position.
(2) Connect the charge set and a gas cylinder to
the service port of the 3-way valve.
– Leave the valve on the gas cylinder closed.
(7) Mount the valve stem nuts and the service
port nut.
– Use torque wrench to tighten the service port
nut to a torque of 1.8 kg.m.
– Be sure to check for gas leakage.
(3) Air purging.
– Open the valves on the gas cylinder and the
charge set. Purge the air by loosening the flare
nut on the liquid side valve approximately 45°
for 3 seconds then closing it for 1 minute;
repeat 3 times.
– After purging the air, use a torque wrench to
tighten the flare nut on liquid side valve.
* CAUTION:
Do not leak the gas in the air during Air
Purging.
(4) Check for gas leakage.
– Check the flare connections for gas leakage.
(5) Discharge the refrigerant.
– Close the valve on the gas cylinder and
discharge the refrigerant until the gauge
indicates 3 to 5 kg/cm2g.
–47–
2) Balance refrigerant of the 2-way, 3-way valves
(Gas leakage)
Liquid side
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
2-Way
valve
Open
3-Way
valve
Open
Gas side
Lo
OPEN
CLOSE
• Procedure
(1) Confirm that both the liquid side and gas side
valves are set to the back seat.
(3) Open the valve (Lo side) on the charge set
and discharge the refrigerant until the gauge
indicates 0 kg/cm2G.
– If there is no air in the refrigerant cycle (the
pressure when the air conditioner is not
running is higher than 1 kg/cm2G), discharge
the refrigerant until the gauge indicates 0.5 to 1
kg/cm 2 G. if this is the case, it will not be
necessary to apply a evacuatin.
– Discharge the refrigerant gradually; if it is
discharged too suddenly, the refrigeration oil
will also be discharged.
(2) Connect the charge set to the 3-way valve’s
port.
– Leave the valve on the charge set closed.
– Connect the charge hose to the service port.
–48–
2. Evacuation
(All amount of refrigerant leaked)
Liquid side
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
2-Way
valve
Open
Gas side
3-Way
valve
Open
Vacuum pump
Lo
OPEN
CLOSE
• Procedure
(1) Connect the vacuum pump to the center hose
of charge set center hose
(3) Close the valve (Lo side) on the charge set,
turn off the vacuum pump, and confirm that
the gauge needle does not move (approximately 5 minutes after turning off the vacuum
pump).
(2) Evacuation for approximately one hour.
– Confirm that the gauge needle has moved
toward -76 cmHg (vacuum of 4 mmHg or less).
(4) Disconnect the charge hose from the vacuum
pump.
– Vacuum pump oil.
If the vacuum pump oil becomes dir ty or
depleted, replenish as needed.
–49–
3. Gas Charging
(After Evacuation)
Liquid side
Indoor unit
2-Way
valve
Open
Outdoor unit
Gas side
Open
3-Way
valve
Check valve
Charging
cylinder
Lo
(1)
OPEN
CLOSE
• Procedure
\
(1) Connect the charge hose to the charging
cylinder.
– Connect the charge hose which you disconnected from the vacuum pump to the valve
at the bottom of the cylinder.
– If you are using a gas cylinder, also use a scale
and reverse the cylinder so that the system can
be charged with liquid.
This is different from previous procedures.
Because you are charging with liquid refrigerant
from the gas side, absolutely do not attempt to
charge with larger amounts of liquid refrigerant
while operating the air conditioner.
(4) Immediately disconnect the charge hose from
the 3-way valve’s service port.
– Stopping partway will allow the gas to be
discharged.
– If the system has been charged with liquid
refrigerant while operating the air conditioner
turn off the air conditioner before disconnecting
the hose.
(2) Purge the air from the charge hose.
– Open the valve at the bottom of the cylinder
and press the check valve on the charge set to
purge the air. (Be careful of the liquid
refrigerant). The procedure is the same if
using a gas cylinder.
(3) Open the valve (Lo side on the charge set and
charge the system with liquid refrigerant.
– If the system can not be charged with the
specified amount of refrigerant, it can be
charged with a little at a time (approximately
150g each time) while operating the air
conditioner in the cooling cycle; however, one
time is not sufficient, wait approximately 1
minute and then repeat the procedure
(pumping down-pin).
(5) Mount the valve stem nuts and the service
port nut.
– Use torque wrench to tighten the service port
nut to a torque of 1.8 kg.m.
– Be sure to check for gas leakage.
–50–
Cycle Troubleshooting Guide
Trouble analysis
1. Check temperature difference between intake and discharge air and operating current.
Temp. Difference
Operating Current
Temp. difference
Current
: approx. 0°C
: less than 80% of
rated current
All amount of refrigerant leaked out
Check refrigeration cycle
Temp. difference
Current
: approx. 8°C
: less than 80% of
rated current
Refrigerant leakege
Clog of refrigeration cycle
Defective compressor
Temp. difference
Current
: less than 8°C
: over the rated
current
Excessive amount of refrigerant
Temp. difference
: over 8°C
Normal
Notice :
Temperature difference between intake and discharge air depends on room air humidity. When the room air
humidity is relativery higher, temperature difference is smaller. When the room air humidity is relatively lower
temperature difference is larger.
2. Check temperature and pressure of refrigeration cycle.
Suction pressure
(Compared with
the normal value)
Temperature
(Compared with
the normal value)
Cause of Trouble
High
Defective compressor
Defective 4-way reverse valve
Current is low
Excessive amount of
refrigerant
High pressure does not quickly
rise at the beginning of
operation
Insufficient amount of
refrigerant (Leakage)
Clogging
Current is low
Higher
Normal
Lower
Higher
Description
Current is low
Notice :
1. The suction pressure is usually 4.5~6.0 kg/cm2G at normal condition.
2. The temperature can be measured by attaching the thermometer to the low pressure tubing and wrap it with
putty.
–51–
Electronic Parts Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Trouble 1
: The unit does not operate.
Is the input voltage
of transformer AC220V?
NO
Check the FUSE
and the wiring diagram
Check the RY-COMP PIN 3
and CN-4WAY PIN 1
YES
Is the output voltage
of transformer about AC14V?
NO
Is shorted the
transformer output?
YES
YES
Is the input voltage
of IC01D DC14V?
NO
NO
Check the main P.C.B
pattern
Exchange
the transformer
Exchange D01D-D05D
YES
Is the output voltage
of IC01D DC12V?
NO
Exchange IC01D
YES
Is the output voltage
of IC02D DC5V?
NO
Exchange IC02D
YES
Is the PIN 29 of
Micom DC5V?
NO
Exchange IC01A
YES
Is the PIN 55,64 of
Micom DC5V?
NO
Check the 5V P.C.B
pattern
YES
Exchange Micom
–52–
Possible Trouble 2
Is it DRY mode?
: The indoor fan does not operate.
YES
Does the temperature
set all right?
NO
Is it the HOT
mode?
Adjust set temperature
YES
YES
Does the temperature
set all right?
NO
Adjust set temperature
YES
NO
Is IC02M operated
normally?
NO
NO
Exchange IC02M
YES
Is the each S.S.R
any problem?
YES
Exchange S.S.R
NO
Check the fan motor
and connector.
(CN-FAN)
–53–
Possible Trouble 3
Is IC01M operated
normally?
: Up/Down Air direction louver does not operate.
NO
Exchange IC01M
YES
Is the PIN 1 of
CN-UP/DOWN DC12V?
NO
Check the main P.C.B
DC12V pattern
YES
Check the step motor
and connector
(CN-UP/DOWN 1,2)
Possible Trouble 4
Is the battery consumed
much?
: Remote controller does not operate.
YES
Exchange the battery
NO
Is the PIN 8 of CN-DISP
DC5V?
NO
Check the main P.C.B
DC5V pattern
YES
Is the connection of
CN-DISP all right?
NO
Connect CN-DISP exactly
YES
Exchange receiver ass'y
–54–
Possible Trouble 5
: Ineffective Heating
Is 4way-valve operated?
NO
Check RY-4WAY
YES
NO
Is IC02M operated
normally?
Exchange IC02M
YES
Check the RY-4WAY
and 4way-valve
Possible Trouble 6
: The unit does not operate by forced operation switch.
Is the F/OP key
any problem?
YES
Exchange F/OP key
NO
Check P.C.B pattern check
–55–
Electronic control device
(1) MAIN P.C.B ASM
(2) DISPLAY P.C.B ASM
–56–
RY-4WAY
–57–
RY-OUTFAN
Schematic Diagram
267110
159901-1
159901-2
–58–
135314
137211
352150
146811
235450
237900
268712
132100
152302
330870
354212
346811
359011
W0CZZ
137213
261704
166000
352115
342800
35211A
263230
130911
Exploded View and Replacement Parts List
1. Indoor Unit
Parts List (Cooling Only Models)
LOCATION
No.
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
LV-B1820CL
LV-B2420CL LV-B1821CL/AL LV-B1821CW
REMARK
LV-B1825CL LV-B2421CL/AL LV-B2421CW
LV-B2425CL
130911
CABINET ASSY
3091AP2533A
3091AP2533C
3091AP2533A
3091AP2533C 3091AP2533A
R
132100
FRAME
3022AP1283B
3022AP1283F
3022AP1283B
3022AP1283F 3022AP1283B
R
135314
GRILLE ASSY,INLET
5237AP2817C
5237AP2817D
5237AP2817C
5237AP2817D 5237AP2817C
R
137211
PANEL ASSY,FRONT
3720AP2767P
3720AP2767Q
3720AP2767P
3720AP2767Q 3720AP2767P
R
146811
MOTOR ASSY, STEP
152302
FILTER(MECH), A/C
159901-1
VANE ASSY,HORIZONTAL
5991AP2867B
5991AP2867F
5991AP2867B
5991AP2867F 5991AP2867B
R
159901-2
VANE ASSY
5991AP7334C
5991AP7334E
5991AP7334C
5991AP7334E 5991AP7334C
R
166000
SWITCH, PUSH
6600AP2059A
R
235450
DISPLAY ASSY (MECH)
3545AP7224A
R
237900
WINDOW, DISPLAY
3790AP7080A
R
261704
TRANSFORMER, POWER
263230
THERMISTOR ASSY
267110
REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSY
268712
PWB(PCB) ASSY,DISPLAY
268714
PWB(PCB) ASSY,MAIN
330870
DRAIN PAN ASSY
342800
BEARING
346810
MOTOR ASSY, INDOOR
4681AP2306H 4681AP2306F
4681AP2306H
4681AP2306F
R
352115
TUBE ASSY, EVA-IN
5211AP28101 5211AP2810B
5211AP2810G
5211AP2810J
R
35211A
TUBE ASSY, SUCTION INDOOR 5211AP2813B 5211AP2813A
5211AP2813C
5211AP2813A
R
352150
HOSE ASSY, DRAIN
354212
EVAPORATOR ASSY, FINAL
359011
FAN ASSY, CROSS FLOW
5901AR2351E
R
W0CZZ
CAPACITOR, DRAWING
3H00671A
R
4681AR2727G
-
4681AR2727G
-
5230AP7093A
6171AQ3198D
R
6171AQ3198E
R
6323AQ2333J
6711AR2664C
R
6711A20010J
R
6871AQ3263A
6871AQ2375B
R
6871A20042M
R
3087AP7233A
R
3H02821A
R
5251AP2460A
5421AP2811A 5421AP2811B
5421AP2811J
–59–
R
R
5421AP2811Q
R
Parts List (Heat Pump Models)
LOCATION
No.
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
REMARK
LV-B1820HL LV-B2420HL LV-B1821HL LV-B1821HL LV-B1825HL LV-B2421HL LV-B2421HW LV-B2425HL
130911
CABINET ASSY
3091AP2533A
3091AP2533C
3091AP2533A
3091AP2533C 3091AP2533A
R
132100
FRAME
3022AP1283B
3022AP1283F
3022AP1283B
3022AP1283F 3022AP1283B
R
135314
GRILLE ASSY,INLET
5237AP2817C
5237AP2817D
5237AP2817C
5237AP2817D 5237AP2817C
R
137211
PANEL ASSY,FRONT
3720AP2767P
3720AP2767Q
3720AP2767P
3720AP2767Q 3720AP2767P
R
146811
MOTOR ASSY, STEP
152302
FILTER(MECH), A/C
159901-1
VANE ASSY,HORIZONTAL
5991AP2867B
5991AP2867F
5991AP2867B
5991AP2867F 5991AP2867B
R
159901-2
VANE ASSY
5991AP7334C
5991AP7334E
5991AP7334C
5991AP7334E 5991AP7334C
R
166000
SWITCH, PUSH
6600AP2059A
R
235450
DISPLAY ASSY (MECH)
3545AP7224A
R
237900
WINDOW, DISPLAY
3790AP7080A
R
261704
TRANSFORMER, POWER
263230
THERMISTOR ASSY
267110
REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSY 6711AR2664D
268712
PWB(PCB) ASSY,DISPLAY
268714
PWB(PCB) ASSY,MAIN
330870
DRAIN PAN ASSY
342800
BEARING
346810
MOTOR ASSY, INDOOR
4681AP2306H 4681AP2306F
4681AP2306H
4681AP2306F
R
352115
TUBE ASSY, EVA-IN
5211AP2810G 5211AP2810B
5211AP2810G
5211AP2810J
R
35211A
TUBE ASSY, SUCTION INDOOR 5211AP2813B 5211AP2813A
5211AP2813C
5211AP2813A
R
352150
HOSE ASSY, DRAIN
354212
EVAPORATOR ASSY, FINAL
359011
FAN ASSY, CROSS FLOW
5901AR2351E
R
W0CZZ
CAPACITOR, DRAWING
3H00671A
R
4681AR2727G
-
4681AR2727G
-
5230AP7093A
6171AQ3198D
R
6171AQ3198E
R
6323AQ2333J
R
6711A20010K
R
6871AQ3263A
6871AQ2375C 6871A20042C
R
6871A20042J
R
3087AP7233A
R
3H02821A
R
5251AP2460A
5421AP2811A 5421AP2811B
5421AP2811R
–60–
R
R
5421AP2811Q
R
437210
435512
559010
–61–
430410
447910
546810
552570
554160
561410
W0CZZ-1
554030
566000
552202
W0CZZ-2
552201
W6640
552203-2
552203-1
263230
268711
552201
435511
437212
2. Outdoor Unit
Parts List (Cooling Only Models)
LOCATION
NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART No.
LV-B1821CL/CW
LV-B2421CL/CW
LV-B1820CL LV-B2420CL
LV-B1821AL
LV-B2421AL
(LV-B1825CL)
(LV-B2425CL)
430410
BASE ASSY,OUTDOOR
2H02182F
3041A30003K 3041A30003F 3041A30003F 3041A30003K 3041A30003K
435511
COVER ASSY,CONTROL(OUTDOOR)
2H02082P
3551A30007K 3551A30007K 3551A30007K 3551A30007K 3551A30007K
435512
COVER ASSY,TOP(OUTDOOR)
3H03465E
3H03266J
437210
PANEL ASSY,FRONT SUB
2H02674G
1A00196M 3721A20004G 3721A20004G 3721A20004G 3721A20004G
437212
PANEL ASSY,REAR
1H00697H
3720AP0003D 3720AP0003D 3720AP0003D 3720AP0003D 3720AP0003D
447910
BARRIER ASSY,OUTDOOR
546810
MOTOR ASSY,AC
552101
TUBE,CAPILLARY
552203-1
VALVE,SERVICE
2H01890D
2A00392E
2H01890D
2H01890D
2A00392E
2A00392E
552203-2
VALVE,SERVICE
2H02200A
2A00393C
2H02479B
2H02479B
2H02479B
2H02479B
552560
MUFFLER
3A90082A
5257AR3648A
-
-
3A90082A
3A90082A
554031
CONDENSER ASSY,FIRST
2H02267K
5402AR2347K 5402AR2347H 5403A20006S 5402AR2347H 5403A20006S
554160
COMPRESSOR ASSY,FINAL
2A00713C
2A00713B
559010
FAN ASSY,AXIAL
1H00643C
1A00195B
W0CZZ
CAPACITOR,DRAWING
2A00986K
W6640
TERMINAL BLOCK
4G00103C
4791AR7047B
1H00853Y
2H02110A
3H03266K
2H02110A
3H03266K
2H02110A
3H03266K
2H02110A
3H03266K
2H02110A
4681A20008J 4681A20013C 4681A20013C 4681A20008J 4681A20008J
5424AR3448A 5424AR3448B 5425AR3847E 5425AR3847E 5424AR3448C 5424AR3448C
5416A20003D 5416A20003D
1A00195B
1A00195B
2A00713A
2A00713A
1A00195B
1A00195B
6120AR2194F 6120AR2194F 6120AR2194F 6120AR2194F 6120AR2194F
4G00103A
–62–
4G00103A
4G00103A
4G00103A
4G00103A
Parts List (Heat Pump Models)
LOCATION
NO.
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
LV-B1820HL
263230
THERMISTOR ASSY
268711
LV-B2420HL
REMARK
LV-B1821HL/HW LV-B2421HL/HW
LV-B1825HL
LV-B2425HL
3Q35015B
3Q35015B
R
PWB(PCB) ASSY
6871AQ3164C
-
R
430410
BASE ASSY, WELD[OUTDOOR]
3041A30003K
435511
COVER ASSY, CONTROL(OUTDOOR)
3551A30007L
3A01919B
R
435512
COVER ASSY, TOP(OUTDOOR)
3H03266J
3H03266K
R
437210
PANEL ASSY,FRONT(OUTDOOR)
3721A30011A
R
437212
PANEL ASSY,REAR
3720AP0003D
3720AP0003D
R
447910
BARRIER ASSY,OUTDOOR
2H02110A
2H02110A
R
546810
MOTOR ASSY,OUTDOOR
552101
3721A20005F
3041A30003F
1A00196K
3041A30003K
R
4681A20008K
4681A20008J
4681A20008J
R
TUBE,CAPILLARY
3H01535G
5424AR3448B
5424AR3448B
R
552201
VALVE,CHECK
3A01020H
3A01020A
3A01020A
R
552202
VALVE,REVERSING
3A02027A
R
3A02027A
552203-1
VALVE,SERVICE
2H01890D
2A00392E
552203-2
VALVE,SERVICE
2H02479B
2A00393C
2A00392E
2H02479B
554031
CONDENSER ASSY,BENT
554160
COMPRESSOR ASSY,FINAL
559010
FAN ASSY,PROPELLER
1A00195B
1A00195B
R
561410
COIL ASSY,REVERSING VALVE
3A02028Y
3A02028Y
R
W0CZZ-1
CAPACITOR,DRAWING
2A00986D
6120AR2194F
R
W0CZZ-2
CAPACITOR,DRAWING
-
R
4G00103A
R
TERMINAL BLOCK
2A00713F
2A00713B
2A00986G
3A00988B
4G00103A
–63–
3A90082A
R
MUFFLER
5402AR2347B
-
R
552560
W6640
3A90082A
2H01890D
5403A20022F
5416A20003D
2A00713A
R
R
R
P/No.: 3828A30027K
March, 2002
Printed in Korea
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