Split Air Conditioner Models: ISMI-W092 ISMI-W122 Thank you for choosing our product. For proper operation, please read and keep this manual carefully. If you have lost the Owner’s Manual, please contact the local agent or visit www.impecca.com for an electronic version. v. 1.1 Content Operation Notices Precautions............................................................................................................1 Parts name ............................................................................................................6 Screen Operation Guide Buttons on remote controller .................................................................................7 Introduction for icons on display screen ................................................................7 Introduction for buttons on remote controller .........................................................8 Function introduction for combination buttons.....................................................12 Operation guide ...................................................................................................13 Replacement of batteries in remote controller.....................................................13 Emergency operation .......................................................................................... 14 Maintenance Clean and maintenance....................................................................................... 14 Malfunction Malfunction analysis ............................................................................................17 Installation Notice Installation dimension diagram ............................................................................21 Tools for installation.............................................................................................22 Selection of installation location ..........................................................................22 Requirements for electric connection ..................................................................23 Installation Installation of indoor unit......................................................................................24 Check after installation ........................................................................................ 29 Test and operation Test operation...................................................................................................... 29 Attachment Configuration of connection pipe .........................................................................30 Pipe expanding method .......................................................................................32 Wired Controller................................................................................................... 33 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. R410A(R32/125: 50/50): 1975 Explanation of Symbols Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. Indicates important but not hazard-related information, used to indicate risk of property damage. Indicates a hazard that would be assigned a signal word WARNING or CAUTION. Precautions WARNING Operation and Maintenance This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision. Do not connect air conditioner to multi-purpose socket. Otherwise, it may cause fire hazard. Do disconnect power supply when cleaning air conditioner. Otherwise, it may cause electric shock. . If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. Do not wash the air conditioner with water to avoid electric shock. Do not spray water on indoor unit. It may cause electric shock or malfunction. After removing the filter, do not touch fins to avoid injury. Do not use fire or hair dryer to dry the filter to avoid deformation or fire hazard. 1 Precautions WARNING Maintenance must be performed by qualified professionals. Otherwise, it may cause personal injury or damage. Do not repair air conditioner by yourself. It may cause electric shock or damage. Please contact dealer when you need to repair air conditioner. Do not extend fingers or objects into air inlet or air outlet. It may cause personal injury or damage. Do not block air outlet or air inlet. It may cause malfunction. Do not spill water on the remote controller, otherwise the remote controller may be broken. When below phenomenon occurs, please turn off air conditioner and disconnect power immediately, and then contact the dealer or qualified professionals for service. Ɣ Power cord is overheating or damaged. Ɣ There’s abnormal sound during operation. Ɣ Circuit break trips off frequently. Ɣ Air conditioner gives off burning smell. Ɣ Indoor unit is leaking. If the air conditioner operates under abnormal conditions, it may cause malfunction, electric shock or fire hazard. When turning on or turning off the unit by emergency operation switch, please press this switch with an insulating object other than metal. Do not step on top panel of outdoor unit, or put heavy objects. It may cause damage or personal injury. 2 Precautions WARNING Attachment Installation must be performed by qualified professionals. Otherwise, it may cause personal injury or damage. Must follow the electric safety regulations when installing the unit. According to the local safety regulations, use qualified power supply circuit and circuit break. Do install the circuit break. If not, it may cause malfunction. An all-pole disconnection switch having a contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles should be connected in fixed wiring. Including an circuit break with suitable capacity, please note the following table.Air switch should be included magnet buckle and heating buckle function, it can protect the circuit-short and overload. Air Conditioner should be properly grounded. Incorrect grounding may cause electric shock. Don't use unqualified power cord. Make sure the power supply matches with the requirement of air conditioner.Unstable power supply or incorrect wiring or malfunction. Please install proper power supply cables before using the air conditioner. Properly connect the live wire, neutral wire and grounding wire of power socket. Be sure to cut off the power supply before proceeding any work related to electricity and safety. 3 Precautions WARNING Do not put through the power before finishing installation. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. The temperature of refrigerant circuit will be high, please keep the interconnection cable away from the copper tube. The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations. Installation must be performed in accordance with the requirement of NEC and CEC by authorized personnel only. The air conditioner is the first class electric appliance. It must be properly grounding with specialized grounding device by a professional. Please make sure it is always grounded effectively, otherwise it may cause electric shock. The yellow-green wire in air conditioner is grounding wire, which can't be used for other purposes. The grounding resistance should comply with national electric safety regulations. The appliance must be positioned so that the plug is accessible. All wires of indoor unit and outdoor unit should be connected by a professional. If the length of power connection wire is insufficient, please contact the supplier for a new one. Avoid extending the wire by yourself. 4 Precautions WARNING For the air conditioner with plug, the plug should be reachable after finishing installation. For the air conditioner without plug, an circuit break must be installed in the line. If you need to relocate the air conditioner to another place, only the qualified person can perform the work. Otherwise, it may cause personal injury or damage. Select a location which is out of reach for children and far away from animals or plants.If it is unavoidable, please add the fence for safety purpose. The indoor unit should be installed close to the wall. Working temperature range Maximum cooling Maximum heating Indoor side DB/WB(ć ) 26.7/19.4 26.7/- Outdoor side DB/WB(ć ) 46.1/23.9 23.9/18.3 NOTICE: Ɣ The temperature range for operating the unit with electric heating: -20℃~46.1℃; the temperature range for operating the unit without electric heating: -18℃~46.1℃ 5 Parts Name Indoor Unit air inlet panel aux.button horizontal louver cooling indicator power indicator receiver window air outlet display heating indicator temp. indicator drying indicator (Display content or position may be different from above graphics, please refer to actual products) remote controller NOTICE: Actual product may be different from above graphics, please refer to actual products. 6 Buttons on remote controller 2 1 3 4 1 ON/OFF button 2 MODE button 3 +/- button 4 FAN button 5 button 6 CLOCK button 7 TIMER ON/TIMER OFF button 8 X-FAN button 9 TEMP button 5 6 8 7 10 9 12 11 Note: X-FAN is the same with BLOW 10 TURBO button 11 LIGHT button 12 SLEEP button Introduction for icons on display screen Set fan speed Operation mode Send signal Auto mode Cool mode X-fan mode Dry mode Set temperature Fan mode Turbo mode Set time Heat mode TIMER ON / TIMER OFF Clock Child lock Light Up & down swing Sleep mode Temp. display type :Set temp. :Indoor ambient temp. :Outdoor ambient temp. 7 Introduction for buttons on remote controller Note: Ɣ$IWHUSXWWLQJWKURXJKWKHSRZHUWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHUZLOOJLYHRXWDVRXQG 2SHUDWLRQLQGLFWRULV21 UHGLQGLFDWRU $IWHUWKDW\RXFDQRSHUDWHWKHDLU FRQGLWLRQHUE\XVLQJUHPRWHFRQWUROOHU 1 212))EXWWRQ 3UHVVWKLVEXWWRQFDQWXUQRQRUWXUQRIIWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHU$IWHUWXUQLQJRQWKHDLU FRQGLWLRQHURSHUDWLRQLQGLFDWRU RQLQGRRUXQLW¶VGLVSOD\LV21 JUHHQLQGLFDWRU 7KHFRORXULVGLIIHUHQWIRUGLIIHUHQWPRGHOV DQGLQGRRUXQLWZLOOJLYHRXWDVRXQG 2 02'(EXWWRQ 3UHVVWKLVEXWWRQWRVHOHFW\RXUUHTXLUHGRSHUDWLRQPRGH $8T2 &22/ 'RY FAN +(AT Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJDXWRPRGHDLUFRQGLWLRQHUZLOOVWDUWDXWRRSHUDWLRQDFFRUGLQJWR LQGRRUDPELHQWWHPSHUDWXUH6HWWHPSHUDWXUHFDQ¶WEHDGMXVWHGDQGZLOOQRW EHGLVSOD\HGDVZHOO3UHVV F$1EXWWRQFDQDGMXVWIDQVSHHG 3UHVVEXWWRQFDQDGMXVWIDQEORZLQJDQJOH Ɣ$IWHUVHOHFWLQJFRROPRGHDLUFRQGLWLRQHUZLOORSHUDWHXQGHUFRROPRGH&RRO LQGLFDWRU RQLQGRRUXQLWLV213UHVVRUEXWWRQWRDGMXVWVHWWHPSH UDWXUH3UHVVF$1EXWWRQWRDGMXVWIDQVSHHG3UHVVEXWWRQWRDGMXVWIDQ EORZLQJDQJOH Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJGU\PRGHWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHURSHUDWHVDWORZVSHHGXQGHUGU\ PRGH'U\LQGLFDWRURQLQGRRUXQLWLV218QGHUGU\PRGHIDQVSHHGFDQ¶W EHDGMXVWHG3UHVVEXWWRQWRDGMXVWIDQEORZLQJDQJOH Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJIDQPRGHWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHUZLOORQO\EORZIDQQRFRROLQJDQG QRKHDWLQJ$OOLQGLFDWRUVDUH2)F3UHVVF$1EXWWRQWRDGMXVWIDQVSHHG3UHVV EXWWRQWRDGMXVWIDQEORZLQJDQJOH Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJKHDWLQJPRGHWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHURSHUDWHVXQGHUKHDWPRGH +HDWLQGLFDWRURQLQGRRUXQLWLV213UHVVRUEXWWRQWRDGMXVWVHW WHPSHUDWXUH3UHVVFANEXWWRQWRDGMXVWIDQVSHHG3UHVVEXWWRQWRDGMXVW IDQEORZLQJDQJOH &RROLQJRQO\XQLWZRQ¶WUHFHLYHKHDWLQJPRGHVLJQDO,IVHWWLQJ KHDWPRGHZLWKUHPRWHFRQWUROOHUSUHVV212))EXWWRQFDQ¶WVWDUWXSWKHXQLW Note: Ɣ)RUSUHYHQWLQJFROGDLUDIWHUVWDUWLQJXSKHDWLQJPRGHLQGRRUXQLWZLOOGHOD\a PLQXWHVWREORZDLU DFWXDOGHOD\WLPHLVGHSHQGRQLQGRRUDPELHQWWHPSHUDWXUH Ɣ6HWWHPSHUDWXUHUDQJHIURPUHPRWHFRQWUROOHUać )DQVSHHGDXWRORZ VSHHGPHGLXPVSHHGKLJKVSHHG 8 Introduction for buttons on remote controller 3 +/- button Ɣ3UHVVRUEXWWRQRQFHLQFUHDVHRUGHFUHDVHVHWWHPSHUDWXUHć . +ROGLQJRUEXWWRQVODWHr, set temperature on remote controller will tor on indoor unit will change accordingly. (Temperature can’t be adjusted under auto mode) Ɣ:KHQVHWWLQJ TIMER ON, TIMER OFF oU&/2&.SUHVVRUEXWWRQWR adjust time. (Refer to CLOCK, TIMER ON, 7,0(52))EXWWRQV :KHQVHWWLQJ TIMER ON, TIMER OFF or CLOCK, preVVRUEXWWRQWRDGMXVWWLPH 5HIHU to CLOCK, TIMER ON, TIMER OFF buttons) 4 FAN button Pressing this button can set fan speed circularly as: auto (AUTO), low( ( ), high( ). ), medium Auto Note: Ɣ8QGHU AUTO speed, the IDU fan motor will adjust the fan speed (high, medium or low speed) according to ambient temperature. Ɣ)DQVSHHGXQGHUGU\PRGHLVORZVSHHG 5 button Press this button can select up&down swing angle. Fan blow angle can be selected circularly as below: no display (horizontal louvers stops at current position) Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJDLUFRQGLWLRQHULVEORZLQJIDQDXWRPDWLFDOO\. Horizontal louver will automatically swing up & down at maximum angle. Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJǃ ǃ ǃ ǃ Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJǃ ǃ Ɣ+ROG EXWWRQDERYHVWRVHW\RXUUHTXLUHGVZLQJDQJOH:KHQUHDFKLQJ\RXU required angle, release the button. Note: Ɣǃ ǃPD\QRWEHDYDLODEOH:KHQDLUFRQGLWLRQHUUHFHLYHVWKLVsignal, the air conditioner will blow fan automatically. 9 Introduction for buttons on remote controller 6 &/O&K button Press this button to set clock time. " " icon on remote controller will blink. Press "+" or "-" button within 5s to set clock time. Each pressing of "+" or "-" button, clock time will increase or decrease 1 minute. If hold "+" or "-" button, 2s later, time will change quickly. Release this button when reaching your required time. Press Note: Ɣ&ORFNWLPHDGRSWVKRXUPRGH Ɣ The interval between two operation can’t exceeds 5s. Otherwise, remote controller will quit setting status. Operation for TIMER ON/TIMER OFF is the same. 7 TIMER ON / TIMER OFF button Ɣ TIMER ON button "TIMER ON" button can set the time for timer on. After pressing this button, " " icon disappears and the word "ON" on remote controller blinks. Press "+" or "-" button to adjust TIMER ON setting. After each pressing "+" or "-" button, TIMER ON setting will increase or decrease 1min. Hold "+" or "-" button, 2s later, the time will change quickly until reaching your required time. UHVXPHVGLVSOD\LQJ&DQFHO TIMER ON: Under the condition that TIMER ON is started up, press "TIMER ON" button to cancel it. Ɣ TIMER OFF button "TIMER OFF" button can set the time for timer off. After pressing this button," " icon disappears and the word "OFF" on remote controller blinks. Press "+" or "-" button to adjust TIMER OFF setting. After each pressing "+" or "-" button, TIMER OFF setting will increase or decrease 1min. Hold "+" or "-" button, 2s later, the time will change quickly until reaching your required time. Press "TIMER OFF" word "OFF" will stop blinking. " " icon resumes displaying. &DQFHO TIMER OFF. Under the condition that TIMER OFF is started up, press "TIMER OFF" button to cancel it. Note: Ɣ8QGHURQDQGRff status, you can set TIMER OFF or TIMER ON simultaneously. Ɣ%HIRUHVHWWLQJ TIMER ON or TIMER OFF, please adjust the clock time. Ɣ After starting up TIMER ON or TIMER OFF, set the constant circulating valid. After that, air conditioner will be turned on or turned off according to setting time. ON/OFF button has no effect on setting. If you don’t need this function, please use remote controller to cancel it. 10 Introduction for buttons on remote controller 8 X-FAN button 3UHVVWKLVEXWWRQXQGHUFRRODQGGU\PRGHWRVWDUWXS[IDQIXQFWLRQDQGLFRQ on remote controller will be displayed. Press this button again to cancel x-fan IXQFWLRQDQG LFRQZLOOGLVDSSHDr. Note: Ɣ:KHQ[IDQIXQFWLRQLVRQLIWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHULVWXUQHGRIf, indoor fan will still operate at low speed for a while to blow the residual water inside the air duct. Ɣ'XULQJ[IDQRSHUDWLRQSUHVV;FAN button to turn ofI[IDQIXQFWLRQ,QGRRUIDQ will stop operation immediately. 9 TEMP button By pressing this button, you can see indoor set temperature, indoor ambient temperature or outdoor ambient temperature on indoor unit’s display. The setting on remote controlleris selected circularly as below: no display Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJRUQRGLVSOD\ZLWKUHPRWHFRQWUROOHr, temperature indicator on indoor unit displays set temperature. Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJZLWKUHPRWHFRQWUROOHr, temperature indicator on indoor unit displays indoor ambient temperature. Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJZLWKUHPRWHFRQWUROOHr, temperature indicator on indoor unit displays outdoor ambient temperature. Note: ƔOutdoor temperature display is not available for some models. At that time, indoor XQLWUHFHLYHV signal, while it displays indoor set temperature. Ɣ,W’s defaulted to display set temperature when turning on the unit.There is no display in the remote controller. Ɣ2QO\IRUWKHPRGHOVZKRVHLQGRRUXQLWKDVGXDOGLVSODy. Ɣ:KHQVHOHFWLQJGLVSOD\LQJRILQGRRURURXWGRRUDPELHQWWHPSHUDWXUHLQGRRU temperature indicator displays corresponding temperature and automatically turn 10 TURBO button Under COOL or HEAT mode, press this button to turn to quick COOL or quick HEATPRGHLFRQLVGLVSOD\HGRQUHPRWHFRQWUROOHr. Press this button again WRH[LWWXUERIXQFWLRQDQGLFRQZLOOGLVDSSHDr. 11 Introduction for buttons on remote controller 11 SLEEP button Under COOL, HEAT or DRY mode, press this button to start up sleep function. " " icon is displayed on remote controller. Press this button again to cancel sleep function and " " icon will disappear. 12 LIGHT button Press this button to turn off display light on indoor unit. " " icon on remote controller disappears. Press this button again to turn on display light. " " icon is displayed. Function introduction for combination buttons Child lock function Press "+" and "-" simultaneously to turn on or turn off child lock function. When child lock function is on, " " icon is displayed on remote controller. If you operate the remote controller, the " " icon will blink three times without sending signal to the unit. Temperature display switchover function Under OFF status, press "-" and "MODE" buttons simultaneously to switch temperature display between ć and ̧ . 12 Operation guide 1. After putting through the power, press "ON/OFF" button on remote controller to turn on the air conditioner. 2. Press "MODE" button to select your required mode: AUTO, COOL, DRY, FAN, HEAT. 3. Press "+" or "-" button to set your required temperature. (Temperature can’t be adjusted under auto mode). 4. Press "FAN" button to set your required fan speed: auto, low, medium and high speed. 5. Press " " button to select fan blowing angle. Replacement of batteries in remote controller 1. Press the back side of remote controller marked the cover of battery box along the arrow direction. 2. Replace two 7# (AAA 1.5V) dry batteries, and make sure the position of "+" polar and "-" polar are correct. 3. Reinstall the cover of battery box. signal sender battery reinstall remove Cover of battery box NOTICE Ɣ'XULQJRSHUDWLRQSRLQWWKHUHPRWHFRntrol signal sender at the receiving window on indoor unit. Ɣ The distance between signal sender and receiving window should be no more than 8m, and there should be no obstacles between them. or wireless telephone; remote controller should be close to indoor unit during operation. Ɣ5HSODFHQHZEDWWHULHVRIWKHVDPHPRGHOZKHQUHSODFHPHQWLVUHTXLUHG Ɣ:KHQ\RXGRQ¶WXVHUHPRWHFRQWUROOHUIRUDORQJWLPHSOHDVHWDNHRXWWKH batteries. Ɣ,IWKHGLVSOD\RQUHPRWHFRQWUROOHULVIX]]\RUWKHUH’s no display, please replace batteries. 13 Emergency operation If remote controller is lost or damaged, please use auxiliary button to turn on or turn off the air conditioner. The operation in details are as below: air conditioner. When the air conditioner is turned on, it will operate under auto mode. panel aux. button WARNING: Use insulated object to press the auto button Clean and maintenance WARNING Ŷ Turn off the air conditioner and disconnect the power before cleaning the air conditioner to avoid electric shock. Ŷ'RQRWZDVKWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHUZLWKZDWHUWRDYRLGHOHFWULFVKRFN Ŷ'RQRWXVHYRODWLOHOLTXLGWRFOHDQWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHr. Clean surface of indoor unit When the surface of indoor unit is dirty, it is recommended to use a soft dry cloth or wet cloth to wipe it. NOTICE: Ɣ'RQRWUHPRYHWKHSDQHOZKHQFOHDQLQJLW 14 Clean and maintenance 1 Open panel 3 Pull out the panel to a certain Ɣ8VHGXVWFDWFKHURUZDWHUWR WKHZDWHU EHORZć ) to clean LWDQGWKHQSXWLWLQDVKDG\ DQGFRROSODFHWRGU\. 2 4 panel cover tightl\. WARNING RSHUDWLRQHQYLURQPHQWFOHDQIUHTXHQF\FDQEHLQFUHDVHG Clean and maintenance NOTICE: Checking before use-season 1. Check whether air inlets and air outlets are blocked. 2. Check whether air switch, plug and socket are in good condition. 4. Check whether mounting bracket for outdoor unit is damaged or corroded. If yes, please contact dealer. 5. Check whether drainage pipe is damaged. NOTICE: Checking after use-season 1. Disconnect power supply. 3. Check whether mounting bracket for outdoor unit is damaged or corroded. If yes, please contact dealer. Notice for recovery 1. Many packing materials are recyclable materials. Please dispose them in appropriate recycling unit. 2. If you want to dispose the air conditioner, please contact local dealer or consultant service center for the correct disposal method. 16 Malfunction analysis General phenomenon analysis Please check below items before asking for maintenance. If the malfunction still FDQ¶WEHHOLPLQDWHGSOHDVHFRQWDFWORFDOGHDOHURUTXDOL¿HGSURIHVVLRQDOV Phenomenon Check items Solution Ɣ:KHWKHULW VLQWHUIHUHGVHYHUHO\ Ɣ3XOORXWWKHSOXJ5HLQVHUW (such as static electricity,stable the plug after about 3min, and voltage)? then turn on the unit again. Indoor unit FDQ¶WUHFHLYH remote FRQWUROOHU¶V signal or remote controller has no action. Ɣ:KHWKHUUHPRWHFRQWUROOHULV within the signal receiving range? Ɣ6LJQDOUHFHLYLQJUDQJHLVP Ɣ:KHWKHUWKHUHDUHREVWDFOHV" Ɣ5HPRYHREVWDFOHV ƔSelect proper angle and point Ɣ:KHWKHUUHPRWHFRQWUROOHULV the remote controller at the repointing at the receiving ceiving window on indoor unit. window? Ɣ,VVHQVLWLYLW\RIUHPRWHFRQWUR Ɣ&KHFNWKHEDWWHULHV,IWKH power of batteries is too low, OOHUORZIX]]\GLVSOD\DQGQR please replace them. display? Ɣ&KHFNZKHWKHUUHPRWHFRQW Ɣ1RGLVSOD\ZKHQRSHUDWLQJ roller appears to be damaged. remote controller? If yes, replace it. 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Malfunction analysis Error Code Ɣ When air conditioner status is abnormal, temperature indicator on indoor unit will ation of error code. Indoor display Error code Above indicator diagram is only for reference. Please refer to actual product for the actual indicator and position. Error code Troubleshooting Heating indicator ON 10s OFF 0.5s Means defrosting status. It’s the normal phenomenon. E5 H6 It can be eliminated after restarting the unit. If not, please It can be eliminated after restarting the unit. If not, please C5 F1 F2 E6 It can be eliminated after restarting the unit. If not, please contact qualified professionals for service. service. WARNING Ŷ:KHQEHORZSKHQRPHQRQRFFXUVSOease turn off air conditioner and disconfor service. Ɣ3RZHUFRUGLVRYHUKHDWLQJRUGDPDJHG Ɣ There’s abnormal sound during operation. Ɣ Air switch trips off frequently. Ɣ Air conditioner gives off burning smell. Ɣ,QGRRUXQLWLVOHDNLQJ Ŷ,IWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHURSHUDWHVXQGHUDbnormal conditions, it may cause 20 At least 15cm Space to the ceiling Installation dimension diagram Space to the wall At least 15cm At least 15cm At e ac to lea the on cti tru s ob 6SDFHWRWKHÀRRU cm 00 3 st Sp 21 At least 250cm Space to the wall Tools for installation 1 Level meter 2 Screw driver 3 Impact drill 4 Drill head 5 Pipe expander 6 Torque wrench 7 Open-end wrench 8 Pipe cutter 9 Leakage detector 10 Vacuum pump 11 Pressure meter 12 Universal meter 13 Inner hexagon spanner Note: 14 Measuring tape Ɣ3OHDVHFRQWDFWWKHORFDODJHQWIRULQVWDOODWLRQ Selection of installation location Basic requirement Installing the unit in the following places maycause malfunction. If it is unavoidable, please consult the local dealer: 1.The place with strong heat sources, , or volatile objects spread in the air. 2.The place with high-frequency devices (such as welding machine, medical equipment). 3.The place near coast area. 4.The place with oil or fumes in the air. 5.The place with sulfureted gas. 6.Other places with special circumstances. 7.The appliance shall not be installed in the laundry Indoor unit 1. There should be no obstruction near air inlet and air outlet. 2. Select a location where the condensation water can be dispersed easily and won't affect other people. 3. Select a location which is convenient to connect the outdoor unit and near the power socket. 4. Select a location which is out of reach for children. 5. The location should be able to withstand the weight of indoor unit and won't increase noise and vibration. 6. The appliance must be installed 2.5m 7. Don't install the indoor unit right above the electric appliance. 8. Please try your best to keep way from fluorescent lamp. 22 Requirements for electric connection Safety precaution 1. Must follow the electric safety regulations when installing the unit. circuit break. 3. Make sure the power supply matches with the requirement of air conditioner. Unstable power supply or incorrect wiring or malfunction. Please install proper power supply cables before using the air conditioner. 4. Properly connect the live wire, neutral wire and grounding wire of power socket. 5. Be sure to cut off the power supply before proceeding any work related to electricity and safety. 7. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its 8. The temperature of refrigerant circuit will be high, please keep the interconnection cable away from the copper tube. 9. The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations. 10. Installation must be performed in accordance with the requirement of NEC and CEC by authorized personnel only. Grounding requirement grounding with specialized grounding device by a professional. Please make sure it is always grounded effectively, otherwise it may cause electric shock. 2. The yellow-green wire in air conditioner is grounding wire, which can't be used for other purposes. 3. The grounding resistance should comply with national electric safety regulations. 4. The appliance must be positioned so that the plug is accessible. 5. An all-pole disconnection switch having a contact separation of at least 3mm in 6. Including an circuit break with suitable capacity, please note the following table. Circuit break should be included magnet buckle and heating buckle function, it can protect the circuit-short and overload. (Caution: please do not use the fuse only for protect the circuit) 23 Installation of indoor unit Step one: choosing installation location rm it with the client. Step two: install wall-mounting frame 1. Hang the wall-mounting frame on the wall; adjust it in horizontal position with the plastic expansion particles in the holes. 3. Fix the wall-mounting frame on the wall with tapping screws (ST4.2X25TA) and . Step three: open piping hole 1. Choose the position of piping hole according to the direction of outlet pipe. The position of piping hole should be a little lower than the wall-mounted frame, shown as below. Wall Mark in the middle of it Space to the wall above PP Level meter Wall Space to the wall above PP Right ĭPP Rear piping hole Left ĭPP Rear piping hole 2. Open a piping hole with the diameter ofĭRQWKHVHOHFWHGRXWOHWSLSH position. In order to drain smoothly, slant the piping hole on the wall slightly GRZQZDUGWRWKHRXWGRRUVLGHZLWKWKHJUDGLHQWRI 24 Installation of indoor unit Indoor Note: Ɣ3D\DWWHQWLRQWRGXVWSUHYHQWLRQDQG WDNHUHOHYDQWVDIHW\PHDVXUHVZKHQ opening the hole. Ɣ The plastic expansion particles are QRWSURYLGHGDQGVKRXOGEHERXJKW locally. outdoor ĭ 5-10 Step four: outlet pipe 2. When select leading out the pipe from left or right, please cut off the corresponding hole on the bottom case. 1. The pipe can be led out in the direction of right, rear right, left or rear left. left right left rear right rear left right cut off the hole 1. Aim the pipe joint at the corresponding bellmouth. pipe joint union nut pipe 2. Pretightening the union nut with hand. 3. Adjust the torque force by referring to the following sheet. Place the open-end wrench on the pipe joint and place the torque wrench on the union nut. Tighten the union nut with torque wrench. 25 Installation of indoor unit open-end wrench union nut torque wrench pipe Hex nut diameter Tightening torque (N.m) ĭ 15~20 ĭ 30~40 ĭ 45~55 ĭ 60~65 ĭ 70~75 indoor pipe 4. Wrap the indoor pipe and joint of connection pipe with insulating pipe, and then wrap it with tape. insulating pipe Step six: install drain hose 1. Connect the drain hose to the outlet pipe of indoor unit. drain hose 2. Bind the joint with tape. outlet pipe drain hose outlet pipe tape drain hose Note: Ɣ Add insulating pipe in the indoor drain hose in order to prevent condensation. Ɣ The plastic expansion particles are not provided. insulating pipe Step seven: connect wire of indoor unit panel screw 1. Open the panel, remove the screw on the wiring cover and then take down the cover. wiring cover 26 Installation of indoor unit 2. Make the power connection cord go through the cable-cross hole at the back of indoor unit and then pull it out from the front side. cable-cross hole power connection cord 3. Remove the wire clip; connect the power connection cord to the wiring terminal according to the color ;tighten the screws and then fix the power connection cord with wire clip. If there is no wired controller in the product you bought ,you should put the wire fixed by the wire clip inside of the electric box first before connecting the power connection cord. N(1) 2 L1 N(1) 3 L2 2 3 Outdoor unit connection 4. Put wiring cover back and then tighten the screw. 5. Close the panel. Note: Ɣ All wires of indoor unit and outdoor unit should be connected by a professional. cord for a new one. Avoid extending the cord by yourself. installation. Ɣ)RUWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHUZLWKRXWSOXJDQ circuit break must be installed in the line. The air switch should be all-pole parting and the contact parting distance should be more than 3mm. 27 Installation of indoor unit Step eight: bind up pipe 1. Bind up the connection pipe, power cord and drain hose with the band. connection pipe drain hose band indoor and outdoor power cord indoor unit gas pipe indoor power cord liquid pipe 3. Bind them evenly. 4. The liquid pipe and gas pipe should be bound separately at the end. band drain hose 2. Reserve a certain length of drain hose and power cord for installation when binding them. When binding to a certain degree, separate the indoor power and then separate the drain hose. Note: Ɣ7KHSRZHUFRUGDQGFRQWUROZLUH FDQ WEHFURVVHGRUZLQGLQJ Ɣ7KHGUDLQKRVHVKRXOGEHERXQG at the bottom. Step nine: hang the indoor unit 1. Put the bound pipes in the wall pipe and then make them pass through the wall hole. 2. Hang the indoor unit on the wall-mounting frame. 3. Stuff the gap between pipes and wall hole with sealing gum. 4. Fix the wall pipe. 5. Check if the indoor unit is installed firmly and closed to the wall. indoor wall pipe upper hook outdoor sealing gum lower hook of wall-mounting frame Note: Ɣ'RQRWEHQGWKHGUDLQKRVHWRRH[FHVVLYHO\LQRUGHUWRSUHYHQWEORFNLQJ 28 Check after installation Ɣ&KHFNDFFRUGLQJWRWKHIROORZLQJUHTXLUHPHQWDIWHU¿QLVKLQJLQVWDOODWLRQ Items to be checked Possible malfunction +DVWKHXQLWEHHQLQVWDOOHG¿UPO\" The unit may drop, shake or emit noise. Have you done the refrigerant leakage test? ,WPD\FDXVHLQVXI¿FLHQWFRROLQJ (heating) capacity. ,VKHDWLQVXODWLRQRISLSHOLQHVXI¿FLHQW" It may cause condensation and water dripping. Is water drained well? It may cause condensation and water dripping. Is the voltage of power supply according to the voltage marked on the nameplate? It may cause malfunction or damaging the parts. Is electric wiring and pipeline installed correctly? It may cause malfunction or damaging the parts. Is the unit grounded securely? It may cause electric leakage. Does the power cord follow the speci¿FDWLRQ" It may cause malfunction or damaging the parts. Is there any obstruction in the air inlet and outlet? ,WPD\FDXVHLQVXI¿FLHQWFRROLQJ (heating) capacity. The dust and sundries caused during installation are removed? It may cause malfunction or damaging the parts. The gas valve and liquid valve of connection pipe are open completely? ,WPD\FDXVHLQVXI¿FLHQWFRROLQJ (heating) capacity. Test operation 1. Preparation of test operation Ɣ7KHFOLHQWDSSURYHVWKHDLUFRQGLWLRQHU Ɣ6SHFLI\WKHLPSRUWDQWQRWHVIRUDLUFRQGLWLRQHUWRWKHFOLHQW 2. Method of test operation Ɣ3XWWKURXJKWKHSRZHUSUHVV212))EXWWRQRQWKHUHPRWHFRQWUROOHUWRVWDUW operation. Ɣ3UHVV02'(EXWWRQWRVHOHFW$872&22/'5<)$1DQG+($7WRFKHFN whether the operation is normal or not. Ɣ,IWKHDPELHQWWHPSHUDWXUHLVORZHUWKDQć , the air conditioner can’t start cooling. 29 Configuration of connection pipe 1. Standard length of connection pipe ƔPPP 0LQOHQJWKRIFRQQHFWLRQSLSHLVP 0D[OHQJWKRIFRQQHFWLRQSLSHDQGPD[KLJKGLfference. Cooling FDSDFLW\ Max length Max height of connecdifference tion pipe Cooling FDSDFLW\ Max length Max height of connecdifference tion pipe %WXK : %WXK : 10 %WXK : %WXK : 10 %WXK : %WXK : 20 %WXK : 20 10 %WXK : 20 %WXK : 10 %WXK : 20 4. The additional refrigerant oil and refrigerant charging required after prolonging connection pipe Ɣ $IWHUWKHOHQJWKRIFRQQHFWLRQSLSHLVSURORQJHGIRUPDWWKHEDVLVRI VWDQGDUGOHQJWK\RXVKRXOGDGGPORIUHIULJHUDQWRLOIRUHDFKDGGLWLRQDOP of connection pipe. Ɣ The calculation Pethod of additional refrigerant charging DPount (on the Easis of liquid pipe): $GGLWLRQDOUHIULJHUDQWFKDUJLQJDPRXQW = prolonged length of liquid pipe × DGGLWLRQDOUHIULJHUDQWFKDUJLQJDPRXQWSHUPHWHU ƔBasing on the length of standard pipe, add refrigerant according to the requirement as shown in the table. 7KHDGGLWLRQDOUHIULJHUDQWFKDUJLQJDPRXQW SHUPHWHULVGLfIHUHQWDFFRUGLQJWRWKHGLDPHWHURIOLTXLGSLSH6HHWKH following sheet. 30 &RQ¿JXUDWLRQRIFRQQHFWLRQSLSH Additional refrigerant charging amount for R22, R407C, R410A and R134a Diameter of connection pipe Outdoor unit throttle Liquid pipe(mm) Gas pipe(mm) ĭ ĭRUĭ 15 20 ĭRUĭ ĭRUĭ 15 50 ĭ ĭRUĭ 30 120 ĭ ĭRUĭ 60 120 ĭ _ 250 250 ĭ _ 350 350 Cooling only(g/m) Cooling and heating(g/m) 31 Pipe expanding method Note: Improper pipe expanding is the main cause of refrigerant leakage. Please expand the pipe according to the following steps: A: Cut the pipe Ɣ&RQ¿UPWKHSLSHOHQJWKDFFRUGLQJWR the distance of indoor unit and outdoor unit. Ɣ&XWWKHUHTXLUHGSLSHZLWKSLSHFXWWHU E: Expand the port Ɣ([SDQGWKHSRUWZLWKH[SDQGHU hard mold expander pipe pipe pipe cutter leaning uneven Note: Ɣ$LVGLIIHUHQWDFFRUGLQJWRWKH diameter, please refer to the sheet below: burr B: Remove the burrs Ɣ5HPRYHWKHEXUUVZLWKVKDSHUDQG prevent the burrs from getting into the pipe. pipe shaper downwards A(mm) Outer diameter (mm) Max Min ĭ 1.3 0.7 ĭ 1.6 1.0 ĭ 1.8 1.0 ĭ 2.4 2.2 F: Inspection Ɣ&KHFNWKHTXDOLW\RIH[SDQGLQJSRUW If there is any blemish, expand the port again according to the steps above. C: Put on suitable insulating pipe D: Put on the union nut Ɣ5HPRYHWKHXQLRQQXWRQWKHLQGRRU connection pipe and outdoor valve; install the union nut on the pipe. smooth surface improper expanding union pipe leaning pipe the length is equal 32 damaged surface crack uneven thickness Wired Controller (Optional) If the product you bought is equipped with wired controller, please refer to the following introductions of wired controller. 1 Displaying Part Fig1.1.1 Outline of wired controller 1.1 LCD Display of Wired Controller Fig.1.1.2 LCD display 33 Wired Controller (Optional) 1.2 Instruction to LCD Display Table 1.1 No. Symbols Description 1 Swing function 2 Air exchange function (this function is yet unavailable for this unit). 3 Sleep function (Only sleep 1). 4 Each kind of running mode of indoor unit (auto mode) 5 Cooling mode 6 Dry mode 7 Fan mode 8 Heating mode 9 Defrosting function for the outdoor unit. 10 Gate-control function (this function is yet unavailable for this unit). 11 Lock function. 12 SHIELD 13 Turbo 14 MEMORY 15 16 Turbo function state Memory function (The indoor unit resumes the original setting state after power failure and then power recovery). It blinks under on state of the unit without operation of any button. SAVE 17 Energy-saving function (this function is yet unavailable for this unit). Ambient/setting temperature value 18 E-HEATER 19 BLOW 20 21 Shield functions (Button operation, temperature setting, On/Off operation, Mode setting are disabled by the remote monitoring system.) Electric auxiliary heating function. Blow function. Timing value. QUIET Quiet function (two types: quiet and auto quiet) (this function is yet unavailable for this unit). 34 Wired Controller (Optional) 2 Buttons 2.1 Layout of Buttons 2.2 Functions of Buttons Table 2.1 No. Name 1 Enter/Cancel 2 Ÿ Function Function selection and cancellation. ķ .Running temperature setting of the indoor unit, range:16~30oC. ĸ .Timer setting, range:0.5-24 hr. 6 ź 3 Fan 4 Mode 5 Function 7 Timer Timer setting. 8 On/Off Turn on/off the indoor unit 4+2 Ÿ0RGH 3+6 )DQź 2+6 Ÿź Setting of the high/middle/low/auto fan speed. Setting of the Cooling/Heating/Fan/Dry/Auto mode of the indoor unit. Switchover among the functions of Turbo/Save/E-heater/Blow etc.. Press them for 5s under off state of the unit to enter/cancel the Memory function(If memory is set, indoor unit after power failure and then power recovery will resume the original setting state. If not, the indoor unit is defaulted to be off after power recovery. Memory off is default before delivery.). By pressing them at the same time under off state of the unit, will be will be displayed on the wired controller for the cooling only unit, while displayed on the wired controller for the cooling and heating unit. Upon startup of the unit without malfunction or under off state of the unit,press them at the same time for 5s to enter the lock state, in which case,any other buttons won’t respond the press. Repress them for 5s to quit this state. 35 Wired Controller (Optional) 3 Operation Instructions 3.1 On/Off Press On/Off to turn on the unit and turn it off by another press. Note: The state shown in Fig.3.1.1 indicates the “Off” state of the unit after power on. The state shown in Fig.3.1.2 indicates the “On” state of the unit after power on. Fig.3.1.1 “Off” State Fig.3.1.2 “On” State 3.2 Mode Setting Under ON state of the unit, press the Mode to switch the operation modes as the following sequence: Auto–Cooling–Dry–Fan–Heating. 3.3 Temperature Setting Press Ÿor ź to increase/decrease the preset temperature. If pressing either of them continuously, the temperature will be increased or decreased by 1°C every 0.5s,as shown in Fig.3.3.1. In the Cooling, Dry, Fan or Heating mode, the temperature setting range is 16°C~30°C. In the Auto mode, the setting temperature is unadjustable. Fig.3.3.1 Fig.3.4.1 36 Wired Controller (Optional) 3.4 Fan Setting Under the “On” state of the unit, press Fan and then fan speed of the indoor unit will change circularly as shown in Fig.3.4.1. Low Middle High 3.5 Timer Setting Under on-state of the unit, Press Timer button to set timer off of the unit. Under off-state of the unit, press Timer button to set timer on of the unit in the same way. Timer on setting: Under off-state of the unit without timer setting, if Timer button is pressed, LCD will display xx. Hour,with ON blinking. In this case, SUHVVŸ or ź button to adjust timer on and then press Timer to Timer off setting: Under on-state of the unit without timer setting, if Timer button is pressed, LCD will display xx. HourZLWK2))EOLQNLQJ,QWKLVFDVHSUHVVŸRUźEXWWRQWRDGMXVWWLPHURQDQGWKHQSUHVV Timer to &DQFHOWLPHU After setting of timer, if Timer button is pressed, LCD won’t display xx. Hour so that timer setting is canceled. Timer off setting under the “On” state of the unit is shown as Fig.3.5.1. Fig.3.5.1 Timer off Setting under the “On” State of the Unit 37 Wired Controller (Optional) Timer on setting under the “Off” state of the unit is shown as Fig.3.5.2. Fig.3.5.2 Timer on Setting under the “Off” State of the Unit Timer range: 0.5-24hr. Every press of ŸRU ź will make the set time increased or decreased by 0.5hr. If either of them is pressed continuously, the set time will increase/ decrease by 0.5hr every 0.5s. 38 Wired Controller (Optional) 3.6 Swing Setting Swing On: Press Function under on state of the unit to activate the swing function. In this case, Swing Off: When the Swing function is on, press Function to enter the Swing setting blinking. After that, press Enter/Cancel to cancel this function. Swing setting is interface,with shown as Fig.3.6.1. Fig.3.6.1 Swing Setting Notes: ķ . Sleep, Turbo or Blow setting is the same as the Swing setting. ĸ . After the setting has been done, it has to press the key “Enter/Cancel” to back to the setting 39 Wired Controller (Optional) 3.7 Sleep Setting Sleep on: Press Function under the On state of the unit till the unit enters the Sleep setting Sleep off: When the Sleep function is activated, press Function to enter the Sleep setting status. After that, press Enter/Cancel to cancel this function. In the Cooling or Dry mode, the temperature will increase by 1°C after the unit runs under Sleep1 for 1hr and 1°C after another 1hr.After that, the unit will run at this temperature. In the Heating mode, the temperature will decrease by 1°C after the unit runs under Sleep 1 for 1hr and 1°C after another 1hr. After that, the unit will run at this temperature. Sleep setting is shown as Fig.3.7.1. Fig.3.7.1. Sleep Setting 40 Wired Controller (Optional) 3.8 Turbo Setting Turbo function: The unit at the high fan speed can realize quick cooling or heating so that the room temperature can quickly approach the setting value. In the Cooling or Heating mode, press Function till the unit enters the Turbo setting status and When the Turbo function is activated, press Function to enter the Turbo setting status and then press Enter/Cancel to cancel this function. Turbo function setting is as shown in Fig.3.8.1. Fig.3.8.1 Turbo Setting 41 Wired Controller (Optional) 3.9 E-heater Setting E-heater (auxiliary electric heating function): In the Heating mode, E-heater is allowed to be Once the wired controller or the remote controller enters the Heating mode, this function will be turned on automatically. Press Function in the Heating mode to enter the E-heater setting interface and then press Enter/Cancel to cancel this function. Press Function to enter the E-heater setting status, if the E-heater function is not activated, and then press Enter/Cancel to activate it. The setting of this function is shown as Fig.3.9.1 below: Fig.3.9.1 E-heater Setting 42 Wired Controller (Optional) 3.10 Blow Setting Blow function: After the unit is turned off, the water in evaporator of indoor unit will be automatically evaporated to avoid mildew. In the Cooling or Dry mode, press Function till the unit enters the Blow setting status and then press Enter/Cancel to active this function. When the Blow function is activated, press Function to the Blow setting status and then press Enter/Cancel to cancel this function. Blow function setting is as shown in Fig.3.10.1 Fig.3.10.1 Blow Setting Notes: ķ . When the Blow function is activated, if turning off the unit by pressing On/Off or by the remote controller, the indoor fan will run at the low fan speed for 2 min, with “BLOW” displayed on the LCD. While, if the Blow function is deactivated, the indoor fan will be turned off directly. ĸ . Blow function is unavailable in the Fan or Heating mode. 43 Wired Controller (Optional) 3.11 Other Functions a. Lock Upon startup of the unit without malfunction or under the “Off” state of the unit, press Ÿ and źat the same time for 5s till the wired controller enters the Lock function. In this case, LCD displays . After that, repress these two buttons at the same time for 5s to quit this function. Under the Lock state, any other button press won’t get any response. b. Memory Memory switchover: Under the “Off” state of the unit, press Mode and Ÿ at the same time for 5s to switch memory states between memory on and memory off. When this function is activated, Memory will be displayed. If this function is not set, the unit will be under the “Off” state after power failure and then power recovery. Memory recovery: If this function has been set for the wired controller, the wired controller after power failure will resume its original running state upon power recovery. Memory contents: On/ Off, Mode, set temperature, set fan speed and Lock function. 4 Installation and Dismantlement 4.1 Connection of the Signal Line of the Wired Controller Ɣ2SHQWKHFRYHURIWKHHOHFWULFFRQWUROER[RIWKHLQGRRUXQLW Ɣ/HWWKHVLQJOHOLQHRIWKHZLUHGFRQWUROOHUWKURXJKWKHUXEEHUULQJ Ɣ&RQQHFWWKHVLJQDOOLQHRIWKHZLUHGFRQWUROWRWKHSLQVRFNHWRIWKHLQGRRUXQLW3&% Ɣ Tighten the signal wire with ties. Ɣ The communication distance between the main board and the wired controller can be up to 20 meters ( the standard distance is 8 meters) 4.2 Installation of the Wired Controller 39&3LSH 1 2 3 4 5 Fig.4.1 Accessories for the Installation of the Wired Controller Table 4.1 No. 1 2 3 4 5 Name 6RFNHWER[ embedded in the wall Soleplate of the Wired Controller Screw M4X25 )URQW3DQHO of the Wired Controller Screw ST 2.9X6 44 Wired Controller (Optional) 3 2 1 6 7 8 9 4 5 10 Fig.4.2 Fig.4.2 shows the installation steps of the wired controller, but there are some issues that need your attention. 1) Prior to the installation, please firstly cut off the power supply of the wire buried in the installation hole, that is, no operation is allowed with electricity during the whole installation. 2) Pull out the four-core twisted pair line from the installation holes and then let it go through the rectangular hole behind the soleplate of the wired controller. with screws M4X25. 4) Insert the four-core twisted pair line into the slot of the wired controller and then buckle the front panel and the soleplate of the wired controller together. CAUTION! Please pay special attention to the followings during the connection to avoid the malfunction of the air conditioning unit due to electromagnetic interference. ķ . Separate the signal and communication lines of the wired controller from the power cord 45 Wired Controller (Optional) and connection lines between the indoor and outdoor unit, with a minimum interval of 20cm, otherwise the communication of the unit will probably work abnormally. ĸ . If the air conditioning unit is installed where is vulnerable to electromagnetic interference,then the signal and communication lines of the wired controller must be the shielding twisted pair lines. 4.3 Dismantlement of the Wired Controller 1 2 3 4 5 Errors Display If there is an error occurring during the operation of the system, the error code will be displayed on the LCD, as show in Fig.5.1. If multi errors occur at the same time, their codes will be displayed circularly. Note: In event of any error, please turn off the unit and contact the professionally skilled personnel. Fig.5.1 46 Wired Controller (Optional) Table 5.1 Meaning of Each Error Error Return air temperature sensor open/ short circuited evaporator temperature sensor open/ short circuited Indoor unit liquid valve temperature sensor open/short circuited Indoor gas valve temperature sensor open/ short circuited IPM temperature sensor open/short circuited Outdoor ambient temperature sensor open/ short circuited Outdoor unit condenser mid-tube temperature sensor open/short circuited Discharge temperature sensor open/ short circuited Error Code Error Error Code F1 Drive board communication error P6 F2 Compressor overheating protection H3 b5 Indoor and outdoor units unmatched LP b7 Communication line misconnected or expansion valve error dn P7 E7 F3 Pump-down Fo F4 Jumper error C5 F5 Forced defrosting H1 Indoor and outdoor communication error E6 Compressor startup failure Lc DC bus under-voltage protection PL High discharge temperature protection E4 DC bus over-voltage protection PH Overload protection E8 Compressor phase current sensing circuit error U1 Whole unit over-current protection E5 Compressor demagnetization protection HE Over phase current protection P5 PFC protection Hc Compressor desynchronizing H7 IPM Temperature Protection P8 IPM Current protection H5 Compressor phase loss/reversal protection Frequency restricted/reduced with whole unit current protection Frequency restricted/reduced with IPM current protection Frequency restricted/reduced with high discharge temperature Frequency restricted/reduced with antifreezing protection Frequency restricted/reduced with overload protection Frequency restricted/reduced with IPM temperature protection Over-power protection L9 System charge shortage or blockage protection F0 Capacitor charging error PU High pressure protection E1 Low pressure protection E3 Compressor stalling LE Over-speeding LF Drive board temperature sensor error PF Indoor unit full water error E9 AC contactor protection P9 Anti-freezing protection E2 Temperature drift protection PE AC input voltage abnormal PP Sensor connection protection Pd Whole unit current sensing circuit error U5 DC bus voltage drop error U3 4-way valve reversing error U7 Outdoor fan 1 error protection L3 Motor stalling H6 Outdoor fan 2 error protection LA PG motor zero-crossing protection U8 47 Ld F8 En F9 FH F6 EU CUSTOMER SUPPORT Before contacting customer support, please see the troubleshooting guide above. 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