Service manual - Masterxoloda.ru

Service manual - Masterxoloda.ru
ENG
Service
manual
ACP-39COFM116GECI
ACP-12CCIFM35GECI
ACP-18CCIFM50GECI
NNO-1/09
RoHS
GREE COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITION
FREE MATCH
CONTENTS
PRODUCT .................................................................................................................. 2
1 MODELS LIST ........................................................................................................................ 2
1.1 Outdoor Unit .................................................................................................................................................. 2
1.2 Indoor Unit ...................................................................................................................................................... 2
2 NOMENCLATURE ................................................................................................................. 3
2.1 Nomenclature of Outdoor Unit ..................................................................................................................... 3
2.2 Nomenclature of indoor unit ......................................................................................................................... 3
3 FUNCTION ............................................................................................................................... 4
4 PRODUCT DATA ................................................................................................................... 5
4.1 Product data of outdoor ................................................................................................................................. 5
4.2 Product data of indoor ................................................................................................................................... 6
4.3 Working Temperature Range ........................................................................................................................ 9
5 PIPING DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................... 10
CONTROL ................................................................................................................ 12
1 OPERATION FLOWCHART ............................................................................................... 12
1.1 Cooling/Dehumidfying Operation .............................................................................................................. 13
1.2 Heating Operation ........................................................................................................................................ 14
2 MAIN LOGIC ......................................................................................................................... 15
2.1 Control Function of Outdoor Unit .............................................................................................................. 15
2.2 Protection Function ..................................................................................................................................... 16
2.3 Control Function of Indoor Unit ................................................................................................................. 17
3 REMOTE CONTROLLER ................................................................................................... 22
3.1 Wired Remote Controller ........................................................................................................................... 22
3.2 Wireless Remote Controller......................................................................................................................... 27
INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................... 31
1 PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION ............................................................................ 31
1.1 Precautions for Installation ......................................................................................................................... 31
1.2 Key Points of Installation ............................................................................................................................ 32
2 FLOW CHART OF INSTALLATION.................................................................................. 33
3 OUTDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION .................................................................................... 34
3.1 Before Installation ........................................................................................................................................ 34
3.2 Installation Site ............................................................................................................................................. 34
3.3 Caution for Installation................................................................................................................................ 34
3.4 Dimension Data ........................................................................................................................................... 34
3.5 Installation Clearance Data ......................................................................................................................... 35
4 INDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION ........................................................................................ 36
4.1 Installation of Duct Type.............................................................................................................................. 36
4.2 Installation of Cassette Type........................................................................................................................ 39
4.3 Installation of Floor Ceiling Type ............................................................................................................... 44
5 REFRIGERATION PIPING WORK ................................................................................... 47
5.1 Connection between Indoor and Outdoor Units........................................................................................ 47
5.2 Refrigerant Charging and Trial Running ................................................................................................. 48
GREE COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITION
FREE MATCH
6 ELECTRIC WIRING WORK............................................................................................... 51
6.1 Wiring Principle ........................................................................................................................................... 51
6.2 Electric Wiring Design ................................................................................................................................. 51
6SHFL¿FDWLRQRI3RZHU6XSSO\:LUHDQG$LU6ZLWFK ................................................................................. 53
MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................... 55
1 TROUBLE TABLE ................................................................................................................. 55
1.1 Please check the following items before contact the maintenance serviceman....................................... 55
7KHFRQGLWLRQVOLVWHGEHORZDUHQRWFODVVL¿HGLQWRHUURUV ......................................................................... 55
1.3 Error description .......................................................................................................................................... 56
2 FLOW CHART OF TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................... 60
3 WIRING DIADRAM .............................................................................................................. 65
3.1 Outdoor unit ................................................................................................................................................. 65
3.2 Indoor unit .................................................................................................................................................... 66
4 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE OF MAIN PARTS ............................ 68
4.1 Outdoor Unit ................................................................................................................................................. 68
4.2 Indoor Unit .................................................................................................................................................... 70
5 EXPLODED VIEWS AND PART LIST ............................................................................... 77
5.1 Outdoor Unit ................................................................................................................................................ 77
5.2 Indoor Unit .................................................................................................................................................... 81
GREE COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITION
FREE MATCH
PRODUCT
1
PRODUCT
FREE MATCH
PRODUCT
1 MODELS LIST
1.1 Outdoor Unit
Capacity
Units
Series
Model
Cooling
(kW)
Heating
(kW)
Ref.
Free
Match
Outdoor
Unit
ACP-39COFM116GECI
11.6
13
R410A
Power
Supply
Appearance
220~ 240V-1Ph-50Hz
1.2.2 Cassette type
Units
Series
Free Match
Cassette
Type
Indoor Unit
2
Capacity
Model
ACP-12CCIFM35GECI
ACP-18CCIFM50GECI
Cooling
(kW)
Heating
(kW)
3.5
3.85
5.0
5.50
Ref.
Power
Supply
R410A
220~ 240V
-1Ph-50Hz
Appearance
FREE MATCH
PRODUCT
2 NOMENCLATURE
2.1 Nomenclature of Outdoor Unit
GW
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
O
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NO.
Description
Options
1
GW
Free-Match Code
2
Cooling Function
C: Cooling Only
H: Heat pump
3
Compressor Frequency
D:DC inverter rotor type
4
Cooling Capacity
36 represents 36000Btu/h
1kW=3.412KBtu
5
Climate Type
T1
6
Power Supply
M:380-415V-3Ph-50Hz;
K:220-240V-1Ph-50Hz
7
Refrigerant
R410A
8
Design No.
A :First generation
9
O
Outdoor Unit Code
O:Outdoor
I:Indoor
2.2 Nomenclature of indoor unit
G
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
1
2
3
4
5
-
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
Ƒ
6
7
8
9
10
11
NO.
Description
1
G
2
Product Type
3
Cooling Function
C: Cooling Only
H: Heat pump
4
Cooling Capacity
12 represents 12000Btu/h
1kW=3.412KBtu
5
Series
6
Power Supply
7
Refrigerant
8
Compressor Frequency
9
Climate Type
10
Panel Code
1 Alphabet +1 Numeral
11
Design No.
A :First generation
12
I
Indoor Unit Code
O:Outdoor
I:Indoor
/
I
12
Options
GREE
F:Duct type
K:Cassette type
T:Floor ceiling type
Alphabets: Series code + Shell code
M:380-415V-3Ph-50Hz;
K:220-240V-1Ph-50Hz
R410A
D:DC inverter rotor type
T1
3
PRODUCT
FREE MATCH
3 FUNCTION
Function
For Comfortable
Air Conditioning
Duct type
Cassette type
Floor ceiling type
Fan operation Mode
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Auto Swing Controller
-
Ɣ
Ɣ
Timer Selector
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Auto Mode Operation
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Cool Mode Operation
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Heat Mode Operation
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Dry Mode Operation
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Fan Mode Operation
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Sleep mode setting
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Drain Pump
Ɣ
Ɣ
-
Wired Controller
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
Wiredless Remote Controller
Ɣ
Ɣ
Ɣ
For Flexible Control
Ɣ+DYH)XQFWLRQV
- :No Functions
4
FREE MATCH
PRODUCT
4 PRODUCT DATA
4.1 Product data of outdoor
Heat pump
Model
ACP-39COFM116GECI
Code
CN860W9000
Cooling
kW
11.6
Heating
kW
13
Capacity adjustment range
%
19%~ 150%
EER
kW/kW
3.23
COP
kW/kW
3.67
Power supply
V-Ph-Hz
220~2400-1-50
Capacity
Type
Refrigerant
R410a
Charge volume
kg
4.8
Brand
MITSUBISHI
Type
DC inverter rotor type
Quantity
1
Compressor
Moisture protection
Wiring connection
Area*quantity
Connecting pipe
IP×4
mm
2
Connection method
Sound pressure level
6*3
Brazing Connection
dB(A)
54
Outline dimension
W×D×H
mm
1015×440×1103
Package dimension
W×D×H
mm
1155×490×1220
Net weight
kg
79
Gross weight
kg
88
Maximum drive IDU NO.
unit
5
Max. equivalent connection pipe length
m
80
20'GP
52
40' GP
48
40' HQ
48
Loading quantity
Notes:
a. The rated cooling capacity data is measured under the following work condition: Indoor Temperature is
27 DB, 1 9 WB. Outdoor Temperature is 35 DB.The rated heating capacity data is measured under the following
work condition: Indoor Temperature is 20 DB. Outdoor Temperature is 7 DB, 6 WB.
b. The data will change with the change of products. Refer to those parameters listed on nameplate.
c. Noise was tested in semi-silenced room, so the actual noise value will be a little higher for change of ambient.
5
FREE MATCH
PRODUCT
4.2.2 Cassette type
Model
Heat pump
ACP-12CCIFM35GECI
ACP-18CCIFM50GECI
Cooling
kW
3.5
5
Heating
kW
3.85
5.5
Power supply
V-Ph-Hz
220~240-1-50
220~240-1-50
Motor power input
kW
0.07
0.07
3
m /h
680
680
CFM
400
400
dB(A)
42/38
42/38
Output
kW
0.0385
0.0385
Running current
A
0.374
0.374
Gas
inch
Liquid
inch
Flare Connection
Flare Connection
Capacity
Sound pressure level(H/L)
Fan motor
Connecting
pipe
Connection method
Drain pipe
Outline
Dimension
Package
Dimension
Net Weight
Gross Weight
External dia.
mm
31
31
Thickness
mm
3
3
Body(W×D×H)
mm
840×840×190
840×840×190
Panel(W×D×H)
mm
950×950×60
950×950×60
Body(W×D×H)
mm
960×960×257
960×960×257
Panel(W×D×H)
mm
1040×1025×115
1040×1025×115
Body
kg
25
25
Panel
kg
6.5
6.5
Body
kg
33
33
Panel
kg
10
10
20'GP
72
72
40' GP
144
144
40' HQ
144
144
Loading quantity
7
FREE MATCH
PRODUCT
Notes:
a. The rated cooling capacity data is measured under the following work condition: Indoor Temperature is
27ć DB, 1 9ć WB. Outdoor Temperature is 35ć DB.The rated heating capacity data is measured under the following
work condition: Indoor Temperature is 20ć DB. Outdoor Temperature is 7ć DB, 6ć WB.
b. The data will change with the change of products. Refer to those parameters listed on nameplate.
c. Noise was tested in semi-silenced room, so the actual noise value will be a little higher for change of ambient.
4.3 Working Temperature Range
Indoor side state
Dry bulb temp. ć
Outdoor side stae
Wet bulb temp. ć
Dry bulb temp. ć
Wet bulb temp. ć
Rated Cooling
27
19
35
24
Max. cooling
32
23
48
26
Min. cooling
21
15
18
—
Rated Heating
20
15
7
6
Max. heating
27
—
24
18
Min. heating
20
15
ˉ 15
ˉ 16
Notes˖
a. The heating/cooling capacity and noise listed below are all measured before the shipment.
b. All parameters listed below are measured under the standard working conditions. If there is any change, the
parameters marked on the nameplate always prevail.
c. The heating capacity of the indoor unit just involves that of the heat pump but apart from that of the auxiliary
electric heater.
9
PRODUCT
FREE MATCH
5 PIPING DIAGRAM
Schematic Diagram of Free Match Series Inverter Heat Pump Multi VRF System
M
Schematic Diagram of Free Match Series Inverter Heat Pump Multi VRF System
The outdoor and indoor units start to work once the power is switched on. During the cooling operation, the low
temperature, low pressure refrigerant gas from the heat exchanger of each indoor unit gets together and then is taken
into the compressor to be compressed into high temperature, high pressure gas, which will soon go to the heat exchanger
of the outdoor unit to exchange heat with the outdoor air and then is turned into refrigerant liquid. After passing through
the throttling device, the temperature and pressure of the refrigerant liquid will further decrease and then go the main
valve. After that, it will be divided and go to the heat exchanger of each indoor unit to exchange heat with the air which
needs to be conditioned. Consequently, the refrigerant liquid become low temperature, low pressure refrigerant gas
again. Such a refrigeration cycle goes round and round to achieve the desired refrigeration purpose. During the heating
operation, the four-way valve is involved to make the refrigeration cycle run reversely. The refrigerant radiates heat in
the heat exchanger of the indoor unit (so do the electric heating devices) and absorb heat in the heat exchanger of the
outdoor unit for a heat pump heating cycle so as to achieve the desired heating purpose.
10
GREE COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITION
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
11
CONTROL
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
1 OPERATION FLOWCHART
Conn ecting To Power Supply
Initialization Of Bectronic
Expansion Valve
Volume:.Air Supply Direction
Start Indicating Ligh t:OFF
Start Indicating Light Is ON
Start/Stop
Stop
Display The Last Setting s Of
Air
Yes
Start Display:Flickering
Abno rmality Code Display
Start
Is The Protecting
No
Yes
Is The Start Indicating
Press The Start/ Stop Switch
No
Start Indicating Light ON
Air Volume Setting Display
Displaying
Air Supply Direction Setting
Display Displaying
Temperature Setting Display
Displaying
Start Display:OFF
Abno rmal Mode Display
Air Supply Blower:Stop
Electronic Expansion
Air Supply Or Temperature
Guide Louv er: Stop
Temperature
Adjustment
Cooling Of Heatig?
Coolin gH
Cooling Operation
eating
Heating Operation
A
12
Air Supply
Air Supply
Operation
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
1.1 Cooling/Dehumidfying Operation
Cooling Operation
There Is Not
Guide Louver
There Is
Guide Louvers Swing
Fan Motor: Operation
In The Process Of
Preventing Restart Operation?
(3 Minutes)
Yes
No
Temperature
Adjustment?
No
Fan Motor:Stop
Yes
Electronic Expansion Valve: Close
Electronic Expansion
Valve: Capacity Control
A
˄Go To The Previous Page˅
13
CONTROL
FREE MATCH
1.2 Heating Operation
Heating Operation
There Is Not
Guide Louver
There Is
Guide Louvers
Swing
In The Operation
Of Defrosting?
Yes
No
In The Process Of
Preventing Restart
Operation ? (3 Minutes )
Yes
No
Temperature
Adjustment ?
No
Yes
In The Process Of
Preventing Cold Air ?
Yes
No
Fan Motor :
As Per Set Air Supply
Speed
Fan Motor : Stop
Electronic Expansion
Valve: Capacity Control
A
14
Fan Motor : Stop
Fan Motor : Stop
Electronic
Expansion Valve :
Close
Electronic
Expansion Valve:
Defrosting Control
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
2 MAIN LOGIC
2.1 Control Function of Outdoor Unit
2.1.1 Cooling Mode
a. Cooling conditions and process:
If the compressor is in stop status and start the unit for cooling operation, when one of the indoor units reaches the
cooling operation condition, the unit start cooling operation; in this case, the electronic expansion valve, the outdoor fan
and the compressor start operation.
b. Stop in cooling operation
a) Compressor stops
The compressor stops gradually, the outdoor fan stops after 1min.
b) Some of the indoor units reach the stop condition (the compressor does not stop) The compressor operates
according to the required frequency. For the indoor unit with no requirement, the corresponding electronic expansion
valve is closed to 0P.
c. Cooling mode transfers to heating mode
When the unit transfers to heating mode, the 4-way valve is energized after the compressor runs for 40s. The other
disposals are the same as stopping in cooling mode.
d. 4-way valve:
In this mode, the 4-way valve is closed.
e. Outdoor fan control in cooling mode
The outdoor fan starts before 5s of the starting of compressor. The outdoor fan will run in high speed for 3min
after starting and then it will run in set speed.
The fan shall run at every speed for at least 80s. (When the quantity of running indoor unit is changed, the unit
will enter the control described in 1.3.5.1 and 1.3.5.2); When the compressor stops, the outdoor fan runs at present speed
and stops after 1min.
2.1.2 Dry Mode
a. The dry conditions and process are the same as those in cooling mode;
b. The status of 4-way valve: closed;
c. The temperature setting range: 16 ~ 30ć ;
d. Protection function: the same as those in cooling mode;
e. In dry mode, the maximum value A of the capacity requirement percentage of single unit is 90% of that in
cooling mode. The open condition of the electronic expansion valve, outdoor fan and compressor is the same as those in
cooling mode.
2.1.3 Heating Mode
a. Heating conditions and process: When one of the indoor units reaches the heating operation condition, the unit
starts heating operation.
b. Stop in heating operation:
a) When all the indoor units reach the stop condition, the compressor stops and the outdoor fan stops after 1min;
b) Some of the indoor units reach the stop condition The compressor reduces the frequency immediately and
operates according to the required frequency;
c) Heating mode transfers to cooling mode(dry mode), fan mode
The compressor stops;
The outdoor fan stops after 1min;
The status of 4-way valve: energized;
c. Outdoor fan control in heating mode
The outdoor fan starts before 5s of the starting of compressor and then it will run in high speed for 40s; The fan
shall run at every speed for at least 80s; When the compressor stops, the outdoor fan stops after 1min.
d. Defrosting function
When the defrosting condition is met, the compressor stops; the electronic expansion valve of all indoor units open
in big angle; the outdoor fan stops after the stop of the 4-way valve, meanwhile, the 4-way valve reverses the direction;
after the 4-way valve reverses the direction, the compressor starts; then begin to calculate the time of defrosting, the
frequency of the compressor rises to reach the defrosting frequency.
e. Oil-returned control in heating mode
a) Oil-returned condition
The whole unit is operating in low frequency for a long time
b) Oil-returned process in heating mode
The indoor unit displays “H1”
F2LOUHWXUQHG¿QLVKHGFRQGLWLRQLQKHDWLQJPRGH
The duration reaches 5min
15
CONTROL
FREE MATCH
2.1.4 Fan Mode
The compressor, the outdoor fan and the 4-way valve are closed; temperature setting range is 16 ̚ 30ć .
2.2 Protection Function
0RGH&RQÀLFW3URWHFWLRQRILQGRRUXQLW
When the setting mode is different of different indoor unit, the unit runs in below status:
D7KHPRGHRIWKH¿UVWRSHUDWLQJLQGRRUXQLWLVWKHEDVLFPRGHWKHQFRPSDUHWKHPRGHRIWKHRWKHULQGRRUXQLWV
WRVHHLIWKHUHLVDFRQÀLFW&RROLQJPRGHGU\PRGHLVLQFRQÀLFWZLWKKHDWLQJPRGH
E)DQPRGHLVLQFRQÀLFWZLWKKHDWLQJPRGHDQGWKHKHDWLQJPRGHLVWKHEDVLFPRGH1RPDWWHUZKLFKLQGRRUXQLW
RSHUDWHV¿UVWWKHXQLWZLOOUXQLQKHDWLQJPRGH
2.2.2 Overload Protection Function
When the tube temperature is a little low, the compressor raises the operation frequency; when the tube
temperature is a little high, the compressor frequency is restricted or lows down the operation frequency; when the tube
temperature is too high, the compressor protection stops running. If the discharge temperature protection continuously
appears for 6 times, the compressor can’t resume running. The compressor can resume running after cutting off the
power and then putting through the power. (if the running time of the compressor is longer than 7min, the protection
times record will be cleared)
2.2.3 Discharge Protection Function
When the discharge temperature is a little low, the compressor raises the operation frequency; when the discharge
temperature is a little high, the compressor frequency is restricted or lows down the operation frequency; when the
discharge temperature is too high, the compressor protection stops running. If the discharge temperature protection
continuously appears for 6 times, the compressor can’t resume running. The compressor can resume running after
cutting off the power and then putting through the power. (if the running time of the compressor is longer than 7min, the
protection times record will be cleared)
2.2.4 Communication malfunction
Detection of the quantity of installed indoor units: After 3min of energizing, if the outdoor unit does not receive
the communication data of certain indoor unit, the outdoor unit will judge that indoor unit is not installed and will treat
it as it is not installed. If the outdoor unit receives the communication data of that indoor unit later, the outdoor unit will
treat that unit as it is installed.
2.2.5 Compressor high-pressure protection
a. When the high-pressure switch is detected cut off for 3s continuously, the compressor will enter high-pressure
protection as it stops when reaching set temperature. Meanwhile, the outdoor unit will send the signal of “high-pressure
protection” to the indoor units;
b. After the appearance of high-pressure protection, when the high-pressure switch is detected closed for 6s
continuously twice an hour, the compressor can resume running only after cutting off the power and then putting
through the power.
2.2.6 Compressor low-pressure protection
a. Low Pressure Protection for Shutdown
$IWHUWKHFRPSUHVVRUVWRSVIRU¿YHPLQXWHVLILWLVGHWHFWHGWKDWWKHORZSUHVVXUHSURWHFWLRQVZLWFKLVRSHQHGWKHQ
a low pressure protection signal will be send out.
If it is detected continuously for three seconds that the low pressure protection switch is opened after the
FRPSUHVVRUVWRSVIRUOHVVWKDQ¿YHPLQXWHVWKHQDORZSUHVVXUHSURWHFWLRQVLJQDOZLOOEHVHQGRXW+RZHYHULIWKHORZ
pressure protection occurs twice in one hour, then it becomes unrecoverable and has to be recovered by powering the
outdoor unit again.
b. Low Pressure Protection during the Operation
a) When it is detected continuously for three seconds that the low pressure protection switch is opened, then the
whole unit should be shut off and a low pressure protection signal should be sent to the indoor unit.
b) On condition that a low pressure protection error occurs and the whole unit has stopped for more than three
minutes and it is detected continuously for six seconds that the low pressure protection switch is closed, then this error
can be eliminated. However, if the low pressure protection occurs twice in one hour, then it has to eliminate the error by
powering the outdoor unit again.
16
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
2.2.7 Compressor overload protection
If the compressor overload switch is detected having movement, the indoor unit will display the corresponding
malfunction as it stops when the indoor temperature reaching set temperature. When the compressor stops for more than
3min and the compressor overload switch is reset, the unit will resume operation status automatically. If the protection
appears for more than 6 times (if the running time of the compressor is longer than 30min, the protection times record
will be cleared), the unit can not resume operation status automatically, but can resume running only after cutting off the
power and then putting through the power.
2.2.8 Drive Error
:KHQWKHV\VWHPLVSRZHUHGRQDQGVWDUWVWRUXQIRUWKH¿UVWWLPHOHWDOOLQGRRUXQLWVRQOLQHUXQXQGHUWKH³)DQ´
mode, and they will go to the piping test through the preset mode after they has run at the high fan speed for six minutes.
2.2.9 Refrigerant Recovery
The refrigerant can be recovered from either the indoor unit or the outdoor unit.
From the outdoor unit: it is available to recover the refrigerant from the outdoor unit by pressing “SW3”for a long
time period.
)URPWKHLQGRRUXQLWZKHQWKHXQLWLVSRZHUHGRQDQGUXQVXQGHUWKH&22/PRGHLWLVDYDLODEOHZLWKLQ¿YH
minute to go the refrigerant recovery mode by pressing three times the “LIGHT” button on the wireless controller in
three seconds with “F0”displayed.
How to quit the refrigerant recovery:
When the refrigerant recovery has started, it will quit when the “SW3” is pressed down for a long time period or
there is a signal from the wireless controller or it has run for ten minutes.
2.2.10 Forcible Defrosting
How to activate this function: when indoor unit runs under the heating mode and at 16 ć , it will activate the
IRUFLEOHGHIURVWLQJE\SUHVVLQJWKH³´DQG³´EXWWRQVDOWHUQDWHO\WKUHHWLPHVLQ¿YHVHFRQGV
+RZWRTXLWWKLVIXQFWLRQWKHIXQFWLRQZLOOTXLWZKHQWKHPRGHRILQGRRUXQLWVFRQÀLFWV
2.2.11 Switchover of the Defrosting Modes
Under the unit is under the “Off” status, if “H1” is not displayed on the wireless controller, then the unit will go to
the defrosting mode 1 when it is turned on through the wireless controller.
Under the unit is under the “Off” status, if “H1” is displayed on the wireless controller, the unit will go the
defrosting mode 2 when it is turned on through the wireless controller.
Under the unit is under the “Off” status, it is available to switch over the defrosting mode 1 and defrosting mode 2
by pressing the “Mode” and “Blow” buttons simultaneously.
2.3 Control Function of Indoor Unit
2.3.1 Running Mode
1.COOL
2.DRY
3.HEAT
4.AUTO
5 FAN
2.3.2 Basic Functions of the System
a. COOL Mode
Under this mode, the fan and swing function goes as the set conditions, and the set temperature range is
16ć ~30ć .
b. DRY Mode
Under this mode, the fan will run at the low speed and the swing function is performed under the set conditions.
The set temperature range is 16~30ć .
c. FAN Mode
Under this mode, only the fan of the indoor unit runs. And if the auto speed is set, the fan will run under the same
condition as the COOL mode.
d. HEAT Mode
a) Under this mode, the set temperature rang is 16ć ~30ć .
b) The defrosting symbol “H1” will be displayed when the defrosting signal is received from the outdoor unit.
e. AUTO Mode
a) When the ambient temperature is higher than 25ć , the unit will run as the COOL mode.
b) For the cooling and heating unit, if the ambient temperature is or lower than2 0ć (72 ̧ ), the unit will run as
the HEAT mode.
c) When the indoor ambient temperature is higher than 20ć but lower than 25ć , the unit which starts to work
under the AUTO or DRY mode will shift to the FAN mode, while the unit which starts to work under other mode will
17
CONTROL
FREE MATCH
keep the current running mode.
f. 0RGH&RQÀLFW
:KHQWKHUXQQLQJPRGHVRIWKHXQLWZKLFKLVVWDUWHGMXVWQRZDQGXQLWZKLFKKDVUXQFRQÀLFWWKHIRUPHURQHZLOO
show the error code “E7”.
2.3.3 Other Control
a. Beeper Control
When the controller is powered on or it receives a valid either press button signal or remote control signal, the
beeper will utter a warning tone.
b. Auto Speed Control
Under the HEAT mode:
If the ambient temperature is equal or higher than the set temperature, the fan will run at the low speed;
If the ambient temperature minus 3ć is equal or lower than the set temperature, the fan will run at the medium
speed;
If the ambient temperature minus 3ć is lower than the set temperature minus 3ć , the fan will run at the high
speed.
Under the COOL mode:
If the ambient temperature is equal to or lower than the set temperature, the fan will run at the low speed;
If the ambient temperature is between the set temperature and the set temperature minus 3ć , the fan will run at
the medium speed;
If the ambient temperature is higher than the set temperature plus 3ć , the fan will run at the high speed.
Under the FAN mode:
The fan will run at the medium speed constantly.
Once the fan starts, its speed can not be changed unit it has run for at least 30 seconds at the currently set speed.
c. AUTO Press Button
The whole unit will run under the AUTO mode by pressing this button when the unit is off. In this condition, the
fan of the indoor unit will run at the auto speed with the swing function activated. When the unit is on, it will be turned
RIIE\SUHVVLQJWKLVEXWWRQ7KLVEXWWRQLVXQDYDLODEOHWRWKHÀRRUFHLOLQJXQLW
d. Sleep
a) Under this mode, the proper sleep curve will be adopted in accordance with different set temperatures.
b) Sleep 1
Under the COOL mode or the DRY mode, the temperature will go up by 1ć after one hour and by another 1ć
after another hour, after that, the temperature will be kept on.
Under the HEAT mode, the temperature will go down by 1 ć after one hour and by another 1 ć after another
hour, after that, the temperature will be kept on.
c) Sleep 2
Sleep Curve under the COOL mode
7HPSHUDWXUHć
˄˅
/
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
0
1
2
Sleep Curve under the HEAT mode
18
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11 12
Time/(Hour)
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
7HPSHUDWXUHć
˄˅
/
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11 12
Time/(Hour)
G6OHHS6HOI'H¿QHG6OHHS0RGH
How to set the sleep 3 curve:
1)When the sleep 3 mode is selected, press the “Timer” button to go to the setting status with “1 Hour” displayed
and the corresponding temperature of the sleep curve set last time displayed at the temperature area.
3UHVV³Ÿ´DQG³ź´WRFKDQJHWKHVHWWHPSHUDWXUH
3)Press the “Timer” button to increase the time by one hour, and the sleep curve temperature set last time will be
displayed at the temperature area.
4)Repeat the step 2 and step 3 until the temperature of eight hours has been set.
3UHVV³(QWHU&DQFHO´WRPDNHDFRQ¿UPDWLRQWRWKLVVHWWLQJ
6HHWKH¿JXUHVEHORZIRUKRZWRVHWWKHVOHHSFXUYH
e. Quiet
Quite Function: It is divided into the “Quiet” mode and “Auto Quiet” mode.
19
CONTROL
FREE MATCH
a) Under the “Quiet” mode, the low fan speed will be kept and is unchangeable.
b) Under the “Auto Quiet” mode, the fan speed changes in accordance with the difference of the indoor ambient
temperature and the set temperature.
f. Timer
a)Timer On
When the unit is powered on but in the idle condition, it is available to set when to start the unit. Then, when the
unit starts, it will run as the previously set mod. The set range of the timer is 0.5 ̚ 24 hours with a interval of 0.5 hour.
b) Timer Off
When the unit is on, it is available to set when to stop the unit. The set range of timer is 0.5 ̚ 24 hours with a
interval of 0.5 hour.
g. Memory
a) Memorizing Objects: modes (AUTO, COO, DRY, FAN, HEAT), swing, set temperature, set fan speed, etc.
b) When the indoor unit works without the wired controller, it will resume the working condition as the power
failure occurs after it is powered on again. When the indoor unit is with the wired controller, it is available to set the
memory function by pressing the corresponding buttons of the wired controller.
c) When the indoor unit works without the wired controller, if the timer is not set for the last remote control
instruction, the system will memorize this last instruction and works following it ; if the timer is set, it will be canceled
as the power failure occurs and will have to be reset.
d) When the indoor unit works with the wired controller, it will wok as the message sent by the wired controller
after it is powered on again.
h. Forcible Defrosting
When the unit is on and runs under the HEAT mode and at 16 ć set temperature, the indoor unit will go to the
forcible defrosting by pressing the “+”and“-”buttons alternatively on the wireless controller for five seconds and
meanwhile a forcible defrosting signal will be sent to the outdoor unit.
When the indoor unit receives a forcible defrosting signal from the outdoor unit, it will quit the forcible defrosting
setting and cease to sending the forcible defrosting single to the outdoor unit.
i. Selection of the Indoor Temperature Sensor
a)For the duct type indoor unit: Under the COOL, HEAT, DRY, or FAN mode, the return air temperature sensor is
adopted; while under the HEAT mode, it is the receiver temperature sensor.
)RUWKHFDVVHWWHW\SHÀRRUFHLOLQJW\SHLQGRRUXQLW8QGHUDOOPRGHVWKHUHWXUQDLUWHPSHUDWXUHVHQVRULVDGRSWHG
E:KHQWKHGXFWW\SHFDVVHWWHW\SHRUWKHÀRRUFHLOLQJW\SHLQGRRUXQLWZRUNVZLWKWKHZLUHGFRQWUROOHUWKH
ambient temperature sensor can be set in the following four ways:
ķ 01:The indoor temperature sensor is set for the return air.
ĸ 02:The indoor temperature sensor is set for the wired controller.
Ĺ 03:The indoor temperature sensor is set for the wired controller under the HEAT mode, and for the return air
under any other mode.
ĺ 04:The indoor temperature sensor is set for the return air under the HEAT mode, and for the wired controller
under any other mode.
c) Setting of the Ambient Temperature Sensor of the New Screen-Touch Wired Controller
When the unit is off, it is available to go to the debugging status by pressing the “Function” and “Timer” buttons
IRU¿YHVHFRQGVDQGWKHFRUUHVSRQGLQJFRGHZLOOEHGLVSOD\HGRQWKHWHPSHUDWXUHDUHDRIWKHZLUHGFRQWUROOHU7KHUHDUH
IRXUNLQGVRIFRGHVZKLFKFDQEHDGMXVWHGWKURXJKWKH³ź´³Ÿ´EXWWRQ
The third one is the default code. The setting of the ambient temperature sensor of the wired controller should be
memorized.
7KH³(QWHU&DQFHO´EXWWRQVKDOOEHSUHVVHGWRFRQ¿UPDQGOHDYHWKHVHWWLQJ,IWKHUHLVQRUHVSRQVHWRWKHODVW
button press within 20 seconds, then the system will quit the setting and go to the normal “Off” status but with the
setting still saved.
j. Switchover of the Defrosting Mode
On condition that the unit is off, if “H1” is not displayed on the wireless controller, then the unit will go to the
setting status of the “Defrosting Mode 1”as it is turned on through the wired controller. Then, once the indoor unit
receives this signal, it will soon send it to the outdoor unit. In contract, if “H1”is displayed, the unit will go the setting
status of the “Defrosting Mode 2”, and the indoor unit also will send this signal to the outdoor unit as soon as it receives
it.
On condition that the unit is off, it is available to switch over the “Defrosting Mode 1” and “Defrosting Mode 2”
by pressing the “MODE” and “BLOW” buttons simultaneously.
20
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
k. Turbo
As soon as the controller receives the “Turbo” instruction, the fan of the indoor unit will run at the extreme high
speed and the fan of the outdoor unit will run at high cooling/heating frequency.
l. Blow
Blow Function:It is a function to automatically blow off the moist inside the exchanger of the indoor unit to
prevent mould growing after the unit is shut off.
a) On condition that this function is activated, when the “On/Off” press button is operated, the fan of the indoor
unit will still run for ten minutes (with the symbol “BLOW” displayed). At this time, the fan will stop as this function is
deactivated.
b) This function is unavailable under the AUTO, FAN, and HEAT modes.
21
CONTROL
FREE MATCH
3 REMOTE CONTROLLER
3.1 Wired Remote Controller
3.1.1 Wired Controller XK19
,WLVRSWLRQDOIRUWKHFDVVHWWHW\SHZDOOPRXQWHGDQGÀRRUFHLOLQJLQGRRUXQLWV
Outside View of the Wired Controller
Outside View of the Wired Controller
LCD of the Wired Controller
LCD of the Wired Controller
No.
Symbols
1
Swing function.
2
Sleep function (3 types: sleep 1,sleep2 and sleep 3).
3
Running modes of the indoor unit (Cooling, Dry, Fan and Heating).
4
Defrosting function for the outdoor unit.
5
Gate-control function (this function is yet unavailable for this unit).
6
Lock function.
7
High, middle, low or auto fan speed of the indoor unit.
8
SHIELD
Shield functions (buttons, temperature, On/Off, Mode or Save is shielded or Save is shielded by the remote monitor.
9
TURBO
10
MEMORY
Memory function (The indoor unit resumes the original setting state after power failure and then power recovery).
11
MASTER
Master wired controller (this function is yet unavailable for this unit).
12
13
Turbo function.
It blinks under on state of the unit without operation of any button.
SAVE
14
Energy-saving function.
Ambient/preset temperature value.
15
E-HEATER
16
BLOW
17
22
Description
Electric auxiliary heating function.
Blow function.
Timing value.
18
QUITE
Quiet function (two types: quiet and auto quiet).
19
SET
It will be displayed under the debugging mode.
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
3.1.2 Buttons
Buttons on the Wired Controller
Buttons on the Wired Controller
Function of the Buttons
No.
Name
Function
1
Enter/cancel
2
Ÿ
6
ź
ķFunction selection and cancellation.
ĸPress it for 5s to examine the outdoor ambient temperature.
ķRunning temperature setting of the indoor unit, range:16 ̚ 30ć ĸTimer setting, range:0.5-24 hr.
ĹSwitchover between quiet/auto quiet or among sleep1/sleep2/sleep 3.
3
Fan
Setting of the high/middle/low/auto fan speed.
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 Cooling/Heating/Fan/Dry mode of the indoor unit.
Switchover among the functions of Swing/Sleep/Turbo/Save/E-heater/Blow /Quiet 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 displayed on the wired
controller for the cooling only unit, while will be 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.
3.1.3 Operation Instructions
ƹ On/Off
Press On/Off to turn on the unit and turn it off by another press.
ƹ Mode Setting
Under the “On” state of the unit, press Mode to switch the operation modes as the following sequence: CoolingDry-Fan-Heating.
ƹ Temperature Setting
3UHVVŸRUźWRLQFUHDVHGHFUHDVHWKHSUHVHWWHPSHUDWXUH,ISUHVVHLWKHURIWKHPFRQWLQXRXVO\WKHWHPSHUDWXUH
will be increased or decreased by 1ć every 0.5s
In the Cooling, Dry or Heating mode, the temperature setting range is 16ć̚ 30ć ,QWKH)DQPRGHWKHVHWWLQJWHPSHUDWXUHLV¿[HGDWć .
In the Auto mode, the setting temperature is unadjustable.
ƹ Fan Setting
Under the “On”/”Off” state of the unit, press Fan and then fan speed of the indoor unit will change circularly.
ƹ Timer Setting
Under the “On”/”Off” state of the unit, press Timer to set timer off/on.
Timer on setting: press Timer, and then LCD will display “xx.x hour”, with “hour” blinking. In this case, press
ŸRUźWRDGMXVWWKHWLPLQJYDOXH7KHQSUHVV(QWHUFDQFHOWRFRQ¿UPWKHVHWWLQJ
Timer off setting: press Timer, if LCD won’t display xx.x hour, and then it means the timer setting is canceled.
7LPHUUDQJHKU(YHU\SUHVVRIŸRUźZLOOPDNHWKHVHWWLPHLQFUHDVHGRUGHFUHDVHGE\KU,IHLWKHURI
23
CONTROL
FREE MATCH
them is pressed continuously, the set time will increase/ decrease by 0.5hr every 0.5s.
ƹ Swing Setting
Swing On: Press Function under on state of the unit to activate the swing function. In this case,
will blink.
$IWHUWKDWSUHVV(QWHUFDQFHOWRPDNHDFRQ¿UPDWLRQ
blinking.
Swing Off: When the Swing function is on, press Function to enter the Swing setting interface, with
After that, press Enter/cancel to cancel this function.
Note:
m. Sleep, Save, Turbo, Blow or Quiet setting is the same as the Swing setting.
n. After the setting has been done, it has to press the key “Enter/cancel” to back to the setting status or quit
DXWRPDWLFDOO\¿YHVHFRQGVODWHU
ƹ Sleep Setting
6OHHSRQ3UHVV)XQFWLRQXQGHURQVWDWHRIWKHXQLWWLOOWKHXQLWHQWHUVWKH6OHHSVHWWLQJLQWHUIDFH7KHQSUHVVŸRU
źWRVZLWFKDPRQJ6OHHS6OHHSDQG6OHHS$IWHUWKDWSUHVV(QWHUFDQFHOWRFRQ¿UPWKHVHWWLQJ
Sleep off: When the Sleep function is activated, press Function to enter the Sleep setting interface. After that, press
Enter/cancel to can this function.
Sleep off is default after power failure and then power recovery, and the sleep functions is unavailable under the
fan mode.
There are three Sleep modes: Sleep 1, Sleep 2 and Sleep 3.
1) Sleep 1
In the Cooling or Dry mode, the temperature will increase by 1ć after the unit runs under Sleep 1 for 1hr and 1ć
after another 1hr.After that, the unit will run at this temperature.
In the Heating mode, the temperature will decrease by 1ć after the unit runs under Sleep 1 for 1hr and 1ć after
another 1hr. After that, the unit will run at this temperature.
1) Sleep 2
In the Cooling mode, the temperature may be set between 16ć -23ć , 24ć - 27ć or 28ć - 29ć or at 30ć .
(Note: The curve is only for reference, the actual temperature is subject to the time point.).
For example: The temperature in the Cooling mode is set at 25ć . Under the mode of Sleep 2, the temperature
will increase by 1 ć every 1hr. After it increases by 2 ć in total, it will keep at 27 ć . 7 hours later, it will decrease
by1ć , i.e. 26ć .After that, the unit will keep running at 26ć .
In the Heating mode, the temperature may be set at 16ć or between 17ć - 20ć , 21ć -27ć or 28ć - 30ć For example, the temperature in the Heating mode is set at 22ć .Under the mode of Sleep2, the temperature will
decrease by 1ć every 1hr. After it decreases by 2ć in total, i.e. 20ć ,the unit will keep running at 20ć 1) Sleep 3
Sleep curve setting under Sleep 3(DIY mode)
Under the mode of Sleep 3, press Timer to enter the Sleep setting. In this case, “1 HOUR” is displayed where the
timing value once is displayed and the corresponding temperature with the last Sleep curve setting is displayed where
the ambient/preset temperature once in displayed.
3UHVVŸRUźWRFKDQJHWKHFRUUHVSRQGLQJWHPSHUDWXUHVHWWLQJ
Press Timer, time will automatically increase by 1hr, and the corresponding temperature with the last Sleep curve
setting is displayed where the ambient/preset temperature once is displayed.
5HSHDWVWHSDQGVWHSWLOO+2856OHHSVHWWLQJLV¿QLVKHG
3UHVV(QWHUFDQFHOWRFRQ¿UPWKHVHWWLQJ
Notes:
a. During the above setting, if Function is pressed down or there is not any operation within 5s, sleep curve
setting will be canceled.
b. 26ć is the default Sleep curve temperature before delivery. The wired controller will automatically memorize
the Sleep curve after the setting.
ƹ 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 interface and then press Enter/
&DQFHOWRFRQ¿UPWKHVHWWLQJ
When the Turbo function is activated, press Function to enter the Turbo setting interface and then press Enter/
Cancel to cancel this function.
Notes:
a. When the Turbo function is activated, if the difference between the room temperature and set temperature is at
or below 2ć (detected in successive 1 min.), the Turbo function will be automatically deactivated.
b. Turbo function is unavailable in the Dry and Fan mode. And the Turbo function is off after power failure and
then power recovery. If Quiet function is on, Turbo function will be canceled subsequently.
ƹ Save Setting
Save: Energy saving which will result the air conditioner runs in smaller temperature range is realized by setting
24
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
lower limited value in the Cooling or Dry mode and upper limited value in the Heating mode.
Save Setting for Cooling:
Under the “On” state and in the Cooling or Dry mode of the unit, press Function to enter the Save setting interface
DQGWKHQSUHVVŸRUźWRDGMXVWWKHORZHUOLPLWHGYDOXHLQWKH&RROLQJPRGH$IWHUWKDWSUHVV(QWHU&DQFHOWRDFWLYDWH
the Save function. The initial lower limited value in the Cooling mode is 26ć .
When the Save function is activated, press Function to enter the Save setting interface and then press Enter/cancel
to cancel this function.
Save Setting for Heating:
Under on state or in the Heating mode of the unit, press Function to enter the Save setting interface and then press
ŸRUźWRDGMXVWXSSHUOLPLWHGYDOXHLQWKH+HDWLQJPRGH$IWHUWKDWSUHVV(QWHU&DQFHOWRDFWLYDWHWKH6DYHIXQFWLRQ
for heating. The upper initial limited value in the Heating mode is 20ć .
After the Saving function is activated, press Function to enter the Save setting interface and then press Enter/
Cancel to cancel this function.
Notes:
a. If press Function on the Save setting interface or if there is not any operation for 5s after last button press, the
Save setting will be canceled automatically by the system, with memorizing the present setting data.
b. When power is on after the power failure, the Save function will be memorized.
ƹ E-heater Setting
E-heater (auxiliary electric heating function): In the Heating mode, E-heater is allowed to be turned on for
LPSURYHPHQWRIHI¿FLHQF\
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 interface, if the E-heater function is not activated, and then press Enter/
Cancel to turn it on.
ƹ 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 interface and then press Enter/
Cancel to active this function.
When the Blow function is activated, press Function to the Blow setting interface and then press Enter/Cancel to
cancel this function.
Notes:
a. 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 10 min, with “BLOW” displayed on the LCD. While, if the Blow function is
deactivated, the indoor fan will be turned off directly.
b. Blow function is unavailable in the Fan or Heating mode.
ƹ Quiet Setting
Quiet function consists of two kinds: quiet and auto quiet.
Press Function till the unit enters the Quite setting interface, with “Quiet” or “Auto” blinking. In this case, press
ŸRUźWRVZLWFKEHWZHHQ4XLHWDQG$XWRDQGWKHQSUHVV(QWHUFDQFHOWRPDNHDFRQ¿UPDWLRQ
When the Quiet function is activated, press Function till the unit enters the Quite setting interface, with “Quite” or
“Auto” blinking. Then press Enter/cancel to cancel this function.
Notes:
a. When the Quite function is activated, the fan speed is low and un-adjustable.
b. When the Auto Quite function is activated, the unit will run according to the difference between the room
temperature and the setting temperature. In this case, the fan speed is adjustable.
Difference between the room temperature and the setting temperature: the fan speed will keep its current state if
the temperature difference ı 4ć ; the fan speed will reduce one grade if 2ćİ the temperature difference İ 3ć ; the
fan speed will be at min. grade if the temperature difference İ 1ć .
c. When the Auto Quiet function is on, the fan speed can not be raised but reduced. If the high fan speed is
manually adjusted, the function will quit automatically.
d. There is not Auto Quiet function in the Fan or Dry mode. Quiet off is default after power failure and then
power recovery.
ƹ Other Functions
1) Lock
8SRQVWDUWXSRIWKHXQLWZLWKRXWPDOIXQFWLRQRUXQGHUWKH³2II´VWDWHRIWKHXQLWSUHVVŸDQGźDWWKHVDPH
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.
25
CONTROL
FREE MATCH
2) Memory
0HPRU\VZLWFKRYHU8QGHUWKH³2II´VWDWHRIWKHXQLWSUHVV0RGHDQGŸDWWKHVDPHWLPHIRUVWRVZLWFK
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, Save function and Lock function.
3) Enquiry of the Outdoor Ambient Temperature
Under the “On” or “Off” state of the unit, press Enter/Cancel for 5s, and the outdoor ambient temperature will be
displayed after a sound of click. This enquiry state will quit by pressing Function or On/Off or during the temperature
adjustment. If there is not any operation for 10s, it will also quit automatically.
3.1.4 Errors
If there is an error occurring during the operation of the system, the error code will be displayed on the LCD. 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.
26
Error
Error Code
High pressure protection
E1
Low pressure protection
E3
Discharge protection
E4
Over-current protection
P5
Communication error
E6
,QGRRUZDWHURYHUÀRZSURWHFWLRQ
E9
0RGHFRQÀLFW
E7
Anti-freezing protection
E2
Defrosting or oil returning for heating
H1
Indoor ambient temperature sensor open/short circuit
F1
Evaporator temperature sensor open/short circuit
F2
Indoor unit (liquid valve) refrigerant pipe inlet temperature sensor error
b5
Indoor unit (gas valve) refrigerant pipe outlet temperature sensor error
b7
Condenser coil inlet temperature sensor open/short circuit
A5
Condenser coil midway temperature sensor error
F4
Condenser coil outlet temperature senor open/short circuit
A7
Discharge air temperature sensor error
F5
Outdoor ambient temperature sensor error
F3
Module temperature sensor error
oE
Outdoor unit overall error
oE
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
3.2 Wireless Remote Controller
Wireless Remote Controller YT1F
Notes:
a. Be sure that there are no obstructions between the receiver and the remote controller;
b. Do not drop or throw the remote controller;
c. Do not let any liquid into the remote controller and expose the remote controller to direct sunlight or any place
where is very hot.
d. This is a general use remote controller. If press some button which is not available for the corresponding
function, the unit will keep the original running status.
3.2.1Function of Press Buttons:
ƹ ON/OFF ( )
Press this button to turn on/off the unit. After that, the sleep function will be canceled but the preset time is still
remained.
ƹ MODE
Auto, Cool, Dry Fan, Heat modes can be selected circularly by pressing this button. Auto mode is the default after
power on. Under Auto mode, the temperature will not be displayed. Under Heat mode, the initial value is 28ć (82 ̧ );
Under other modes, the initial value is 25ć (77 ̧ ).
ƹ SLEEP
Sleep On and Sleep Off can be selected by pressing this button. After powered on, the default is Sleep Off. After
the unit is turned off, the Sleep function is canceled. When the sleep function is set already, the symbol
will be
displayed. And at this time, the time of timer can be adjusted. Under Fan and Auto modes, this unction is not available.
ƹ FAN
Auto, Low, Middle, or High fan speed can circularly selected by pressing this button. After powered on, the
default is Auto speed. Under Dehumidifying mode, only Low fan speed is available.
ƹ CLOCK
The clock can be set up by pressing this button, with the symbol displayed and blinking. In such a case, pressing
ˇ or ˉ within 5 seconds can adjust the value. If the button is pressed down for more than 2 seconds, the value on ten’s
place will increase by 1 in every 0.5 seconds. After that, repressing this button and then symbol stops blinking, which
displayed. Once the
indicates the setting is made successfully. After powered on, the default value is 12:00 with
symbol is displayed, the current time is the Clock value; otherwise it is the Timer value.
ƹ LIGHT
Light On and Light Off can be set by pressing this button when the unit is at On or Off status. After powered on,
27
CONTROL
FREE MATCH
the default is Light On.
ƹ TURBO
In Cool or Heat mode, pressing this button can activate or deactivate this function. When this function is on, its
symbol will be displayed. Any change of either mode or fan speed will make this function canceled automatically.
ƹ BLOW
BlOW On and BLOW Off can be set by pressing this button. In Cool and Dehumidifying modes, press this button
to activate this function and then “BLOW” will be displayed. After that, it can be canceled by repressing this button.
After powered on, the default is Blow Off. If the ON/OFF button is operated or the unit is switched to the Cool or
Dehumidifying mode, it will keep its original status. When the unit is turned off, Only Blow Off is available. Under
Auto, Fan or Heat mode, this function is unavailable.
ƹ ˉ
The preset temperature can be decreased by pressing this button. If the button is pressed down for more than 2
seconds, the temperature will be decreased quickly until it is released, with ć( ̧ ) displayed al the time. Under Auto
mode, the temperature adjustment is unavailable.
ƹ ˇ
The preset temperature can be increased by pressing this button. If the button is pressed down for more than 2
seconds, the temperature will be increased quickly until it is released, with ć ( ̧ ) displayed all the time. Under Auto
mode, the temperature adjustment is unavailable. The setting range is 16-30 ć or 61-86 ̧
ƹ TEMP
It can be decided by pressing this button which temperature will be displayed, indoor set temperature, or indoor
ambient temperature. When the indoor unit is powered on, the indoor set temperature will be displayed, while if the
status is changed to , the indoor ambient temperature will be displayed. However, the indoor set temperature will be
displayed again when the controller receives other remote controls signals. Without setting this function, the default is
the indoor set temperature.
ƹ SWING UP/DOWN ( )
The swing angle which circularly changes as below can be selected by pressing this button:
This kind of remoter controller is universal. And the three swing statuses of
are the same as that of .
If the swing function is deactivated when the air guide louver is swing up and down, it will stop at the current
position.
LQGLFDWHVWKDWWKHDLUJXLGHORXYHUVZLQJVXSDQGGRZQDPRQJDOO¿YHSRVLWLRQV
ƹ AIR ( )
AIR ON or Air OFF can be selected by pressing this button.
ƹ TIMER ON
“ON” will be displayed and blink for 5 seconds by pressing this button, and soon adjust the time by pressing ˇ or
ˉ within 5 seconds. Each press will make the time increased or decreased by 1 minute. If the button is pressed down
IRUPRUHWKDQVHFRQGVWKHWLPHZLOOEHFKDQJHGTXLFNO\LQVXFKDZD\¿UVWO\WKHYDOXHRQWKHRQH¶VSODFHLVFKDQJHG
and then is the value on the ten’s place. Once Timer ON has been set already, it can be canceled by repressing it. Before
the setting, please adjust the CLOCK to the current actual time.
ƹ TIMER OFF
TIME OFF can be activated by pressing this button, with “OFF” blinking. The method of setting is the same as
that for TIMER ON.
ƹ HEALTH ( )
This function can be activated or deactivated by pressing this button. After the unit is turned on, the default is
HEALTH ON.
ƹ I FEEL
This function can be activated by pressing this button and canceled by another press. When this function is on, the
I FEEL information will be sent out in 200ms after each operation on the controller and the remote controller will send
the temperature information to the main controller every 10 minutes.
3.2.2 Guide for General Operation
1) After powered on, press ON/OFF and then the unit will start to run. (Note: when powered off, the guide louver
of the main unit will close automatically).
2) Press MODE to select the desired running mode.
3) Press ˇ or ˉ to set the desired temperature (it is unnecessary to set the temperature under the AUTO mode.)
4) Press FAN to set the fan speed, AUTO, LOW, MID, or HIGH.
to select the swing angle.
5) Press
28
FREE MATCH
CONTROL
3.2.3 Guide for Optional Operation
ƹ About BLOW
This function indicates that moisture in the evaporator of the indoor unit will be dried after the unit is stopped to
avoid mould.
a. BLOW ON: When press the ON/OFF button to turn off the unit, the indoor fan will continue running for about
another 10 minutes at the low speed. In this case, the indoor fan can be stopped directly by pressing the button BLOW.
b. BLOW OFF: When press the ON/OFF button to turn off the unit, the whole unit will be stopped completely.
ƹ About AFTERHEAT BLOW
Under the Heat mode or Auto Heat mode, if the unit is turned off, the compressor and outdoor fan will stop
running immediately and the upper and lower guide board will rotate to the horizontal position, while the indoor fan will
still run at the low fan speed. Then, 10 seconds later, the unit will stop completely.
ƹ About AUTO RUN
When AUTO RUN is selected, the setting temperature will not be displayed on the LCD and the unit will choose
the suitable running mode automatically in accordance with the room temperature.
ƹ About TURBO
If this function is activated, the unit will run at super-high fan speed to cool or heat quickly so that the ambient
temperature will approaches the preset temperature as soon as possible.
29
FREE MATCH
GREE COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITION
INSTALLATION
30
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
1 PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
1.1 Precautions for Installation
Before installation, please ensure if the installing site, power ratings, possible operating range (pipe distance,
height difference between indoor and outdoor unit, power voltage) and installing space are correct and suitable. The
outdoor unit is general to all models according to its power.
ƹ To ensure correct installation, please make sure to read the Safety Considerations thoroughly before starting the
installation works.
CAUTION. Those that might cause
ƹ 7KHFRQVLGHUDWLRQVVWDWHGEHORZDUHFODVVL¿HGLQWR WARNING and
death or severe injury in case of wrong installation are identified in
WARNING. However, those that are stated
in
CAUTION may also cause severe accidents sometimes. Therefore, both of them relate to important safety
considerations and must be strictly followed..
ƹ $IWHUFRPSOHWLQJWKHLQVWDOODWLRQDQGWHVWUXQDQGFRQ¿UPLQJWKDWDOODUHQRUPDOSOHDVHLQWURGXFHWRWKHFOLHQW
on how to use and repair the machine according to the Operating Instructions. Besides, please deliver the considerations
herein to the clients together with the Operating Instructions, and ask them to keep properly.
WARNING!
ƹ The installation shall be performed by the vendor or professional dealer from which you buy the machine. If
\RXLQVWDOOE\\RXUVHOIDQ\LPSURSHULQVWDOODWLRQPLJKWFDXVHZDWHUOHDNDJHHOHFWULFVKRFNRU¿UHDFFLGHQW
ƹ The installation shall be done correctly according to installation instructions. Improper installation may cause
ZDWHUOHDNDJHHOHFWULFVKRFNRU¿UH
ƹ To install a large air-conditioning system in a small room, please make sure to take measures to prevent that the
refrigerant will not exceed the limit concentration in case of leakage. For the measures to prevent the refrigerant from
exceeding the limit concentration, please consult your dealer. If no proper measures, it might cause human suffocation
in case of refrigerant leakage.
ƹ Please install at a position that is strong enough to support the weight of machine. If the installing position is of
low strength, the machine may drop down and thus cause human injury.
ƹ Please carry out installation in accordance with the rules for preventing the typhoon or earthquake. The
machine may tip over if the installation does not comply with the requirements.
ƹ The electrical cabling shall be carried out by qualified electricians in accordance with the Safety Code for
Electrical Equipment, relevant local rules and the installation instructions. Make sure to use the special-purpose circuit.
,IWKHSRZHUFLUFXLWFDSDFLW\LVORZRUWKHFRQVWUXFWLRQLVLPSURSHULWPLJKWFDXVHHOHFWULFVKRFNRU¿UHDFFLGHQWV
ƹ Please use suitable cables and connect them securely. Please fix the terminal joints securely. The terminal
FRQQHFWLRQVKDOOQRWEHDIIHFWHGGXHWRDQ\H[WHUQDOIRUFHDSSOLHGRQWRWKHFDEOH,PSURSHUFRQQHFWLRQDQG¿[LQJPD\
FDXVHKHDWLQJDQG¿UHDFFLGHQWV
ƹ Keep the cables in correct shape and prevent them from protruding upward. Please protect them securely with
UHSDLUERDUG,PSURSHULQVWDOODWLRQPD\FDXVHKHDWLQJDQG¿UHDFFLGHQWV
ƹ When erecting or relocating the air conditioner, do not let any air enter into cooling circulation system except
WKHVSHFL¿HGUHIULJHUDQW,IDQ\DLULVPL[HGDEQRUPDOKLJKSUHVVXUHZLOORFFXULQWKHFRROLQJFLUFXODWLRQV\VWHPWKXV
causing crack or human injury accidents.
ƹ During installation, please always use the attached parts or designated parts. Failure to use the designated parts
PD\FDXVHZDWHUOHDNDJHHOHFWULFVKRFN¿UHRUUHIULJHUDQWOHDNDJH
CAUTION:
ƹ Please earth securely. Do not connect the earth wires to gas pipe, water pipe, lightning rod or telephone line.
Improper earthling might cause electric shock.
ƹ Leakage circuit breaker must be installed at some place. No installation of leakage circuit breaker might cause
electric shock.
ƹ 'RQRWLQVWDOODWDSODFHZKHUHLQÀDPPDEOHJDVPLJKWOHDN*DVOHDNDJHDQGGHVSRWDURXQGWKHPDFKLQHPLJKW
FDXVH¿UHDFFLGHQWV
ƹ To ensure correct drainage of water, the drainage pipe shall be installed according to the installation
instructions. Also the heat insulation shall be provided to avoid condensing. Improper installation of the pipe might
result in water leakage and lead to possible wetting of the articles in the room.
31
INSTALLATION
FREE MATCH
1.2 Key Points of Installation
Installation Procedures
Description and Acceptance Criteria
Material Selection and Equipment Inspection
7KHPDWHULDOVVSHFL¿HGRQWKHHQJLQHHULQJGUDZLQJVKDOOEHSXUFKDVHGDVVSHFL¿HG
(e.g. copper tube, thermal insulation tube, PVC pipe, power cables, air switch, etc);
7KHPDWHULDOVQRWVSHFL¿HGRQWKHHQJLQHHULQJGUDZLQJVKDOOEHSXUFKDVHG
according to the actual quantity of works (e.g. hanger frame, cable duct, etc);
Check if the outdoor unit, indoor unit, communication wires and accessories are complete.
Connection
Communication
wire
Address
dial code
Remote Control
Installation
of indoor unit
The power cables shall be separated from communication wires at a least distance of 10cm.
To avoid breaking the communication wires, please do not use strong force.
For multiple units, please mark them properly.
Switch on indoor and outdoor unit, and ensure there is no
display of “Communication Wire Error E6”
Each indoor unit under the same system has a unique address dial code.
The wired controller and its corresponding indoor unit have the same address dial code.
Select the remote control mode;
The centralized controller and communication module shall
be installed free from the source of interference.
7KHSRZHUFDEOHPXVWPHHWWKHVSHFL¿FDWLRQV
7KHLQGRRUXQLWVXQGHUWKHVDPHV\VWHPPXVWEHDUUDQJHGXQGHUXQL¿HGSRZHUVXSSO\
Power cord
Installation
7KH39&SLSHVPXVWPHHWWKHVSHFL¿FDWLRQV
$VSHFL¿FJUDGLHQWPXVWEHSURYLGHGDORQJWKHZDWHUÀRZGLUHFWLRQ
Carry out water detection after installation.
Carry out thermal insulation to the drainage pipe only after the water detection is accepted.
Thermal
insulation
7KHWKHUPDOLQVXODWLRQWXEHPXVWPHHWWKHVSHFL¿FDWLRQV
Seal between the thermal insulation pipes to avoid air entry.
Drainage Pipe
Installation of Air Duct (when with
high static pressure duct-type unit)
Welding
Installation
of connection
pipes
Purge and make leakage
detection under pressure
Thermal insulation
Installation of outdoor unit
Connection of indoor unit and outdoor unit
Leakage detection under pressure
Vacuuming
Add refrigerant
Design the length of air duct according to static pressure;
The air inlet shall be optimally designed to avoid too small size
7KHFRSSHUWXEHPXVWPHHWWKHVSHFL¿FDWLRQV
Ensure it is dry and clean inside the tube.
Make sure to charge nitrogen as required for protection when welding the tubes.
Please keep to the welding process and ensure the system free of leakage.
$GGDGXDOZD\¿OWHURQOLTXLGSLSHVLGH
For multiple systems, please mark them properly.
Carry out leakage detection under pressure after welding.
Purge the system clean.
Keep the pressure for 24 hours
([FHSWIRUWKHLQÀXHQFHE\WHPSHUDWXUHLWLVGHHPHGDFFHSWDEOH
if pressure drop is within 0.02MPa. (With the temperature change
by 1ć , the pressure will change by approx. 0.01MPa)
7KHWKHUPDOLQVXODWLRQWXEHPXVWPHHWWKHVSHFL¿FDWLRQV
Seal between the thermal insulation pipes to avoid air entry.
Select the installing position correctly.
Build the foundation according to the anchor bolt position and the dimension of outdoor unit
Build the damping device properly.
Avoid sharp knock when handling the outdoor unit. The
inclination angle shall not be higher than 15°
Tighten the nuts;
Provide proper protection to the outdoor connection pipe,
communication wires and power supply.
.HHSWKHSUHVVXUHIRUKRXUV([FHSWIRUWKHLQÀXHQFHE\WHPSHUDWXUHLWLV
deemed acceptable if pressure drop is within 0.02MPa. (With the temperature
change by 1ć , the pressure will change by approx. 0.01MPa).
Establish vacuum simultaneously in the gas pipe and liquid pipe;
The vacuuming time shall be long enough.
Put still for 1 hour after vacuuming. It is deemed acceptable if the pressure will not rise.
$GGUHIULJHUDQWDFFRUGLQJWRWKHYROXPHDVVSHFL¿HGRQWKHHQJLQHHULQJGUDZLQJ
Open the valve of outdoor unit
Commissioning of complete unit
Remarks:
a. Described above are general working procedures. The procedures might vary with the site conditions.
b. For detailed installation rules, please see the description in each chapter.
32
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
2 FLOW CHART OF INSTALLATION
Design Kicking-off
Material selection
Inspection of site installation position
Installation of connection pipes
Installation of indoor unit
Installation of
remote control
Connection of
power cables and
communication wires
Installation of
drainage pipes
Purge and make leakage
detection under pressure
Installation of outdoor unit
Connection of power cables
Thermal
insulation
Connection of indoor unit and outdoor unit
Connection of indoor unit and outdoor unit
Leakage detection
under pressure
Test run of indoor unit
meanwhile vacuum the system
through the gas and liquid valves
Air flow and noise
level inspection
Add refrigerant
Open the valve
Commissioning
of complete unit
As-built Drawing
Delivery of the Operating Instructions
33
INSTALLATION
FREE MATCH
3 OUTDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION
3.1 Before Installation
ƹ Check if there is any damage to the unit when receive and unpack the unit, and check if the compressor runs
reversely, if the grease oil and refrigerant leak, and if all parts are completely prepared. If there is any damage on
the surface or the inner side, please inform the shipping company or the equipment manufacturer in the written form
promptly.
ƹ Check if the model, specs and quantity of the unit are consistent with the contact after receive the unit.
3.2 Installation Site
ƹ The unit may be installed on balcony, roof, special platform or any other position easy to install and able to
support the weight.
ƹ Select the place with good ventilation, where the exhaust is smooth and will not be circulated. Meanwhile, the
exhaust from the unit shall not affect the neighbors.
ƹ The air discharged from the unit will not flow back, and there shall be adequate service space around the
machine.
ƹ Around the unit there shall be no strong heat source or exhaust port of other equipment, nor any strong hot
VWHDPRULQÀDPPDEOHJDV
ƹ When several units are to be installed, adequate suction space shall be ensured to avoid short-circuit circulation.
ƹ Install at a place that will not be affected by rainstorm in winter.
ƹ Install at a place where there is no obstruction close to the air inlet or outlet.
ƹ Around the machine body, drainage channel shall be provided for discharge of cold or warm water.
ƹ The indoor connection pipe is easy to connect outdoors.
ƹ The indoor and outdoor units shall be installed to minimize the length and bends of refrigerant pipe.
ƹ Install close to power socket for easy connection of the cables.
ƹ Open space required around the unit.
ƹ Fasten the machine onto the supporting legs and base with M12 screw combination.
3.3 Caution for Installation
The following rules should be followed when the installation location is being considered so as to let the unit run
well enough.
ƹ The discharged air from the outdoor unit won’t return back and enough space should be left for maintenance
around the unit.
ƹ The installation location should be in good condition so that the unit is able to take in and discharge enough air.
Besides, make sure there is no obstacle at the air inlet/outlet of the unit. If there is, remove it.
ƹ The unit must be installed where it is secure enough to support the weight of the unit and capable of reducing
to some extent noise and vibration to make sure they do not bother your neighbors.
ƹ The designated lifting hole must be used for lifting the unit and protect the unit carefully during lifting to
prevent damaging the mental sheet which would result in rusting in future.
ƹ The unit should be installed where there is as little as direct sunlight.
ƹ The unit must be installed where the rain water and defrosting water can be drained.
ƹ The unit must be installed where the unit won’t be covered by the snow and won’t be affected by rubbish and
oil fog.
ƹ Rubber or spring shock absorbers should be used during the installation of the outdoor unit to meet the noise
and vibration requirements.
ƹ The installation dimensions should meet the requirement covered in this manual and the outdoor unit must be
¿[HGVHFXUHO\
ƹ The installation should be carried out by the professionally skilled personnel.
3.4 Dimension Data
7KHIROORZLQJ¿JXUHLVDSSOLFDEOHWRWKH2XWGRRUXQLWVRI :
34
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
350
840
412
110 76
340
378
1022
950
192
96
572
7KHIROORZLQJ¿JXUHLVDSSOLFDEOHWRWKH2XWGRRUXQLWVRI : ACP-39COFM116GECI
450
191
99
631
362
121 76
440
401
1103
1087
1015
3.5 Installation Clearance Data
Installation Space Requirements of the Outdoor Unit: ACP-39COFM116GECI
˚
˚
˚
˚
˚
˚
˚
35
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
4.2.2 Installation Site
Select install location of the indoor unit
a.
though all the room.
b. Make sure that the installation had accord with the requirement of the schematic diagram of installation spaces.
c. Select the place where can stand 4 times of the weight of the indoor unit and would not increase the operating
noise and oscillate.
d. The horizontally of the installation place should be guaranteed.
e. Select the place where easy drain condensated coagulated water, and easy connect with outdoor unit.
f. Make sure that there are enough space for care and maintenance. Make sure that the weight between the indoor
unit and ground is above 1800mm.
g. When installing the steeve bolt, check if the install place can stand the weight 4 times of the unit’s. If not,
Note!
There will be lots of lampblack and dust stick on the acentric, heat exchanger and water pump in dining room and
kitchen, which would reduce the capacity of heat exchanger, lead water leakage and abnormal operation of the water
pump.
The following treatment should be taken under this circumstance:
a. Ensure that the smoke trap above cooker has enough capacity to obviate lampblack to prevent the indraft of the
lampblack by the air conditioner.
39
INSTALLATION
FREE MATCH
b. Keep the air conditioner far from the kitchen so that the lampblack would not be indraft by the air conditioner.
ƾ Important notice:
ƹ To guarantee the good performance, the unit must be installed by professional personnel according with this
instruction.
ƹ Please contact the local Gree special nominated repair department before installation. Any malfunction caused
by the unit that is installed by the department that is not special nominated by Gree would not deal with on time by the
inconvenience of the business contact.
4.2.3 Dimension Data
780( Gaps between hoisting screw rods)
840( Indoor unit)
890*(Ceiling opening)
950( Decorated surface boards )
Dimension of ceiling opening and location of the hoisting screw (M10)
Refrigerant pipe
Hoisting screw (X4)
680(Gaps between hoisting screw rods)
840( Indoor unit )
890(Ceiling opening )
950(Decorated surface boards )
A
Install dimension of mode
ACP-12CCIFM35GECI ; ACP-18CCIFM50GECI
The drilling of holes in the ceiling must be done by the professional personnel.
Ceiling
(160)
Installation stands for main body of the unit
Above 20
Notes: The dimension for the ceiling openings with * marks can be as large as 910mm. But the overlapping
sections of the ceiling and the decorated surface boards should be maintained at no less than 20mm.
40
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
2.2.4 Installation Clearance Data
H
˚
Wall
surface
Wall
surface
Wall
surface
ı
ı
ı
Model
ACP-12CCIFM35GECI
ACP-18CCIFM50GECI
unit:mm
H
260
Ground
surface
ƾ Main body of hoisting air conditioner
a. The primary step for install the indoor unit.
ƹ When attach the hoisting stand on hoisting screw, do use nut and gasket individually at the upper and lower of
WKHKRLVWLQJVWDQGWR¿[LW7KHXVHRIJDVNHWDQFKRUERDUGFDQSUHYHQWJDVNHWEUHDNRII
b. Use install cardboard
ƹ Please refer to the install cardboard about the dimension of ceiling opening.
ƹ The central mark of the ceiling opening is marked on the install cardboard.
ƹ,QVWDOOWKHLQVWDOOFDUGERDUGRQWKHXQLWE\EROWSLHFHDQG¿[WKHDQJOe of the drainage pipe at the outlet vent
by bolt.
c. Adjust the unit to the suitable install place.
d. Check if the unit is horizontal.
ƹ Inner drainage pump and bobber switch are included in the indoor unit, check if 4 angle of every unit are
KRUL]RQWDOE\ZDWHUOHYHU,IWKHXQLWLVVODQWWRZDUGWKHRSSRVLWHRIWKHFRDJXODWHZDWHUÀRZWKHUHPD\EHPDOIXQFWLRQ
of the bobber switch and lead water drop.)
e. Backout the gasket anchor board used to prevent gasket break off and tighten the nut on it.
f. Backout the install cardboard.
Note!
ƔPlease do tighten the nuts and bolts to prevent air conditioner break off.
41
INSTALLATION
FREE MATCH
ƾ Connection of the refrigerant pipe
ƹ When connect the pipe to the unit or backout it from the unit, please do use both spanner and torque wrench.
ƹ:KHQFRQQHFWVPHDUERWKLQVLGHDQGRXWVLGHRIWKHÀDUHQXWZLWKIUHH]HPRWRURLOVFUHZLWE\KDQGDQGWKHQ
tighten it with spanner.
ƹ Refer to form 1 to check if the wrench had been tightened (too tight would mangle the nut and lead leakage).
ƹ Examine the connection pipe to see if it had gas leakage, then take the treatment of heat insulation, as shown in
WKH¿J
ƹ Only use median sponge to entwine the wiring interface of the gas pipe and heat preservation sheath of the gas
collection tube.
Smear freeze motoroil
here
Median sponge (attachment)
(entwine the wiring interface
with seal mat)
Thread fasten(x4)
Torque wrench
Heat preservation
sheath of liquid inlet
tube (attachment) (for
liquid tube)
Spanner
Gas collection tube
Liquid inlet tube
Wiring interface
Flare nut
Heat preservation
sheath of gas collection
tube (attachment)(for
gas tube)
Form 1: The tightening torque needed for tightening nut
Diameter˄Inch˅
Surface thickness˄mm˅
Tightening torque (N·m)
ij’’
ı 0.5
15-30 (N·m)
ij’’
ı 0.71
30-40 (N·m)
ij’’
ı1
45-50 (N··m)
ij’’
ı1
60-65 (N·m)
ij’’
ı1
70-75 (N··m)
ƾ Drainage hose
a. Install the drain hose
ƹ The diameter of the drain hose should be equal or bigger than the connection pipe’s. ( The diameter of
polythene pipe: Outer diameter 25mm Surface thickness ı 1.5mm)
ƹ Drain hose should be short and drooping gradient should at less 1/100 to prevent the formation of air bubble.
ƹ If drain hose cannot has enough drooping gradient, drain raising pipe should be added.
ƹ To prevent bent of the drain hose, the distance between hoisting stand should is 1 to 1.5m.
ƹ Use the drain hose and clamp attached. Insert the drain hose to the drain vent, and then
tighten the clamp.
ƹ Entwine the big sponge on the clamp of drain hose to insulate heat.
ƹ Heat insulation should be done to indoor drain hose.
Sponge(attachment)
Clamp(attachment)
Clamp
Sponge (gray)
42
Drain hose
Below 4mm
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
Drain stepup pipe note
ƹ The install height of the drain raising pipe should less than 280mm.
ƹ The drain raising pipe should form a right angle with the unit, and distance to unit should not beyond 300mm.
Instruction
ƹ The slant gradient of the attached drain hose should be within 75mm so that the drain hole doesn’t has to
endure the unnecessary outside force.
ƹ Please install the drain hose according to the following process if several drain hoses join together.
b. Check the smoothness of drain after installation.
ƹ Check the drain state by immitting 600cc water slowly from the outlet vent or test hole.
ƹ Check the drain in the state of refrigerating after installation of the electric circuit.
43
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
5 REFRIGERATION PIPING WORK
5.1 Connection between Indoor and Outdoor Units
a. Wiring of the Power Cord
CUATION ʽ
A breaker must be installed, capable of cutting off the power supply for the whole system.
1) Open the side plate.
2) Let the power cord go through the rubber ring.
3) Connect the power card to the terminals “L”, “N” and also the earthing bolt, and then connect the wiring
terminals “N(1),2,3” of the indoor unit to those of the outdoor unit correspondingly.
4) Fix the power cord with wire clips.
b. Capacity Level and Capacity Code of the Indoor and Outdoor Units
Indoor Unit
Capacity Level
Capacity Code
09
25
12
35
18
50
21
60
24
71
36
100
42
120
Outdoor Unit
1) The outdoor unit with capacity level 36 can drive up to four sets of indoor units, while the outdoor unit 42 can
GULYHXSWR¿YH
2) The sum of the capacity codes of the indoor units should be among 50%-150% of that of the outdoor unit.
c. Allowable Length and Height Fall of the Refrigerant Pipe
Allowable Length
Refrigerant Pipe
36
42
36
42
Total Length(m)
70
80
L1+L2+L3+ L4
L1+L2+L3+ L4+ L5
Max. Length for Single Unit(m)
20
25
LX
Outdoor unit and indoor unit
15
15
H1
Indoor unit and indoor unit
7.5
7.5
H2
Max. installation
altitude
Dimension of the Refrigerant Pipe of the Indoor Unit
unit:mm
Capacity Level of the Indoor Unit
Gas Pipe
Liquid Pipe
09,12
ij
ij
18
ij
ij
21,24
ij
ij
d. Piping between the Indoor and Outdoor Units
1) Refer to Fig.6 for the moments of torque for tightening screws.
/HWWKHÀDUHHQGRIWKHFRSSHUSLSHSRLQWDWWKHVFUHZDQGWKHQWLJKWHQWKHVFUHZE\KDQG
3) After that, tighten the screw by the torque wrench unit it clatters.
Pipe
Ordinary
Flare Nut
Pipe
Torque Wrench
47
INSTALLATION
FREE MATCH
4) The bending degree of the pipe can not be too small; otherwise it will crack. And please use a pipe bender to
bend the pipe.
5) Wrap the exposed refrigerant pipe and the joints by sponge and then tighten them with the plastic tape.
Moments of Torque for Tightening Screws
Diameter
Wall Thickness˄mm˅
Moment of Torque
ijPP
ı 0.5
15-30(N·m)
ijPP
ı 0.71
30-40(N·m)
ijPP
ı1
45-50(N·m)
ijPP
ı1
60-65(N·m)
CUATION ʽ
a. During the connection of the indoor unit and the refrigerant pipe, never pull any joints of the indoor unit by
force; otherwise the capillary pipe or other pipe may crack, which then would result in leakage.
b. The refrigerant pipe should be supported by brackets, that is, don’t let the unit withstand the weight of it.
CUATION ʽ
For the GMV multi VRF system, each pipe should be labeled to tell which system it belongs to avoid mistaken
inaccurate piping.
e. Installation of the Protection Layer of the Refrigerant Pipe
1) The refrigerant pipe should be insulated by the insulating material and plastic tape in order to prevent
condensing and leaking.
2) The joints of the indoor unit should be wrapped with the insulating material and no gas is allowed on the joint
of the indoor unit.
No gap
CUATION ʽ
After the pipe is protected well enough, never bend it to form a small angle; otherwise it would crack or break
f. Wrapping the pipe with tape:
1) Bundle the refrigerant pipe and electric wire together with tape, and separate them from the drain pipe to
SUHYHQWWKHFRQGHQVDWHZDWHURYHUÀRZLQJ
2) Wrap the pipe from the bottom of the outdoor unit to the top of the pipe where it enters the wall. During the
wrapping, the later circle should cover half of the former one.
3) Fix the wrapped pipe on the wall with clamps.
CUATION ʽ
a. Do not wrap the pipe too tightly; otherwise the insulation effect would be weakened. Additionally, make sure
the drain hose is separated from the pipe
b. $IWHUWKDW¿OOWKHKROHRQWKHZDOOZLWKVHDOLQJPDWHULDOWRSUHYHQWZLQGDQGUDLQFRPLQJLQWRWKHURRP
5.2 Refrigerant Charging and Trial Running
a. Refrigerant Charging
1) The refrigerant has been charged into the outdoor unit before shipment, while additional refrigerant still need
EHFKDUJHGLQWRWKHUHIULJHUDQWSLSHGXULQJWKH¿HOGLQVWDOODWLRQ
2) Check if the liquid valve and the gas valve of the outdoor unit are closed fully.
$VVKRZQLQWKHIROORZLQJ¿JXUHH[SHOWKHJDVLQVLGHWKHLQGRRUXQLWDQGUHIULJHUDQWSLSHRXWE\WKHYDFXXP
pump.
Manometer
Manometer
“HI” knob
“LO” knob
Vacuum pump
Hose
Gas Valve
48
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
4) When the compress is not running, charge the R410A refrigerant into the refrigerant pipe from the liquid valve
of the outdoor unit (do not do it from the gas valve)
b. Calculation of the Additional Refrigerant Charge
1) Refrigerant Charge in the Outdoor Unit before Shipment
Model
ACP-39COFM116GECI
Refrigerant Charge (kg)
4.8
Notes
a. The refrigerant charge mentioned in the table above is not included those charged additionally in the indoor
unit and the refrigerant pipe.
b. The amount of the additional refrigerant charge is dependent on the diameter and length of the liquid refrigerant
pipe which is decided by the actual yield installation requirement.
c. Record the additional refrigerant charge for future maintenance.
2) Calculation of the Additional Refrigerant Charge
If the total refrigerant pipe length (liquid pipe) is smaller than that listed in the table below, no additional
refrigerant will be charged.
Model
Total Liquid Pipe Lenght (a+b+c+d+e)
ACP-39COFM116GECI
50m
(liquid pipe 1/4''
Note: if the total refrigerant pipe length is larger than that listed in the table above, the additional refrigerant for
the extra length of the pipe needs to be charged as per 22g/m.
3) Example : ACP-39COFM116GECI
e
d
c
b
a
49
INSTALLATION
FREE MATCH
Refrigerant Pipe
Diameter
Total Length(m)
Additional Refrigerant Charge(kg)
ĭ
ĭ
ĭ
ĭ
Total
c. Items to be checked after the Installation
Items to be Checked
Possible Errors
Has each part and component the of unit
installed securely?
The unit may fall off, vibrate or generate
noise.
Has the gas leakage test been taken?
The cooling (heating) capacity may be
poor.
,VWKHWKHUPDOLQVXODWLRQVXI¿FLHQW"
Dews and water drops may be generated.
Does the drainage go well?
Dews and water drops may be generated.
Is the actual power voltage in line with
the value marked on the nameplate?
The unit may break down or some
components may be burnt out.
Are the wiring and the piping correct?
The unit may break down or some
components may be burnt out.
Has the unit been earthed reliably?
There may be a danger of electric shock.
Does the wire meet the regulated requirement?
The unit may break down or the
component may be burnt out.
Is there any obstacle at the air inlet/outlet
of the indoor/outdoor unit?
The cooling (heating) capacity may be
poor
Have the length of the refrigerant pipe and
the refrigerant charge been recorded?
It may be hard to know the exact
refrigerant charge.
Check Results
d. Trial Running
1) Check before the Trial Running
ƹ Check if the appearance of the unit and the piping system are damaged during the transportation.
ƹ Check if the wiring terminals of the electronic component are secure.
ƹ Check if the rotation direction of the fan motor is right.
ƹ Check if all valves in the system are fully opened.
2) Trial Running
ƹ The trial running should be carried out by the professionally skilled personnel on the premise that all items
listed above are in normal conditions.
ƹ Let the unit energized and switch the wired controller or the remoter controller to “ON”.
ƹ The fan motor and compressor of the outdoor unit will run automatically in one minute.
ƹ If there is some unusual sound after the compressor is started, turn off the unit for an immediate check.
50
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
6 ELECTRIC WIRING WORK
6.1 Wiring Principle
6.1.1 Itemized Description of Cautions.
The electrical installation must be done by professional electricians.
The electrical installation must be done in accordance with applicable technical codes and other rules.
WARNING!
Please make sure to install earth leakage circuit breaker. Earth leakage circuit breaker must be installed to prevent
HOHFWULFVKRFNRU¿UH
CAUTIONS!
7KHDLUFRQGLWLRQHUPXVWEHVHFXUHO\HDUWKHG,QFRUUHFWHDUWKLQJPD\FDXVHHOHFWULFVKRFNRU¿UH
ƹ All the electric installations must be carried out by specialist technicians in accordance with the local laws,
rules and these instructions.
ƹ The indoor unit and outdoor unit shall use different power supplies. The indoor units under the same system
PXVWEHSRZHUHGE\DXQL¿HGSRZHUVRXUFH$OOWKHLQGRRUXQLWVFDQRQO\EHFRQWUROOHGE\RQHPDVWHUSRZHUVZLWFK
Rated supply voltage and special circuit for air conditioner must be used.
ƹ The earthing shall be secure. The earthing wire shall be connected to the special earthing device on the
construction. The installation must be done by specialist technicians. Never connect the earth lead to the gas pipe, water
pipe, lightening rod or telephone earth wire.
ƹ To avoid electric shock or any accident due to mal-operation, the air switch and shock-resistant earth leakage
circuit breaker that can cut off the power supply of the complete system must be installed. The air switch shall have both
the magnetic tripping and thermal tripping functions to ensure protection against the short circuit and overload. Electric
shock or fire might be caused if no installation of earth leakage circuit breaker. Do not switch on the power before
completion of the electrical work. Make sure to cut off the power supply before repair.
ƹ Under no condition could use the capacitor to improve the power factor.
ƹ Please use cable conduit for power cords.
ƹ Do not lay the electronic control cables (remote control and signal line) outside the machine with other cables;
otherwise the machine might become malfunctioned or failed due to electrical noise.
ƹ The power cord must be always connected to the power cord terminal board, and fixed by using the lock
connector included with the machine. Meanwhile, prevent them from contacting the fitting pipe. The diameter of
SRZHUFRUGVVKDOOEHODUJHHQRXJK6HHEHORZIRUWKHGHWDLOHGVSHFL¿FDWLRQV7KHGDPDJHGSRZHUFRUGVDQGFRQQHFWLRQ
lines must be replaced with the designated cables. When connecting the cable, please confirm that all the electrical
components inside the electric box shall have no coupling or terminal loosened. (Improper installation of electric box
cover may lead to potential water leakage, which will cause the unit abnormal or short circuit).
ƹ Earth lead must be connected before connecting the power cord. An earth lead longer than the power cord shall
be provided.
ƹ For site wiring, please refer to the circuit diagram attached on the machine body.
6.1.2 Earthing Requirements
7KHDLUFRQGLWLRQHULVFODVVL¿HGLQWRWKH&ODVV,DSSOLDQFHVVRLWVHDUWKLQJPXVWEHUHOLDEOH
2) The yellow-green line of the air conditioner is the earth line and can not be used for other purpose, cut off or
¿[HGE\WKHVHOIWDSSLQJVFUHZRWKHUZLVHLWZRXOGFDXVHWKHKD]DUGRIHOHFWULFVKRFN
3) The reliable earth terminal should be provided and the earth wire can not be connected to any of the following
places.
ķ Running water pipe;
ĸ Coal gas pipe;
Ĺ Sewage pipe;
ĺ Other places where the professional personnel think unreliable
6.2 Electric Wiring Design
Caution: The power of every indoor unit should be connected in outdoor unit.
a. Open surface panel.
b. Remove the electrical box cover.
c. Route the power connection cord from the back of the indoor unit and pull it toward the front through the
wiring hole upward.
d. Connect the wiring (communication) through the piping hole of the chassis and the bottom of the appliance
upward, then connect the brown wire to the Terminal board “3”;black wire(the communication wire) to the Terminal
board“2”;blue wire to the Terminal board“N(1)”,and connect the earthing wire to the screw terminal on the electric box.
Clamp them with the corresponding wire clamp packed in the chassis;
e. Reassemble the electrical box cover.
f. Recover the surface panel.
51
INSTALLATION
tube.
FREE MATCH
g. The temperature of refrigerant circuit will be high, please keep the interconnection cable away from the copper
ACP-39COFM116GECI
INDOOR UNIT D
XT5
INDOOR UNIT C
XT4
INDOOR UNIT B
XT3
INDOOR UNIT A
XT2
OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT E
XT6
L
POWER
N
XT1
Caution
a. The incorrect of wiring connecting would lead malfunction of some of the electric elements.
b.
c. The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
Noise Precautions
1) The air conditioning unit should be installed where ventilation is in good condition, otherwise the working
capability of the unit would be reduced or working noise would be increased.
2) The air conditioning unit should be installed on the base frame which is stable and secure uncouth to withstand
the weight of the unit; otherwise it would incur vibration and noise.
3) During the installation, a consideration should be taken that the produced hot air or noise should not affect
neighbors and surroundings.
52
FREE MATCH
INSTALLATION
4) Do not stack obstacles near the air outlet of the outdoor unit; otherwise it would reduce the working capability
of the unit or increase the working noise.
5) In the event of the occurrence of abnormal noise, please contact the sales agent as soon as possible.
Accessories for Installation
Refer to the packing list for the accessories of the indoor and outdoor units respectively.
6SHFL¿FDWLRQRI3RZHU6XSSO\:LUHDQG$LU6ZLWFK
1) The installation must be done in accordance with the national wiring regulations.
2) Only the power cord with the rated voltage and exclusive circuit for the air conditioning can be used.
3) Do not pull the power cord by force.
4) The electric installation should be carried out by the professional personnel as instructed by the local laws,
regulations and also this manual.
5) The diameter of the power cord should be large enough and once it is damaged it must be replaced by the
dedicated one.
6) The earthing should be reliable and the earth wire should be connected to the dedicated device of the building
by the professional personnel. Besides, the air switch coupled with the leakage current protection switch must be
equipped, which is of enough capacity and of both magnetic and thermal tripping functions in case of the short circuit
and overload.
Models
Power Supply
Capacity of the Air Switch
Recommended Cord
pieces× sectional area
ACP-39COFM116GECI
220-240V~ 50Hz
32A
6mm2×3
53
FREE MATCH
GREE COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITION
MAINTENANCE
54
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
1 TROUBLE TABLE
WARNING ʽ
a. In the event of abnormal conditions (like, stinky smell), please shut off the main power supply immediately
and then contact the GREE appointed service center; otherwise the continuous abnormal running would damage the air
FRQGLWLRQLQJXQLWDQGDOVRZRXOGFDXVHHOHFWULFVKRFNRU¿UHKD]DUGHWF
b. Do not repair the air conditioning personally but instead contact the professionally skilled personnel at the
*5((DSSRLQWHGVHUYLFHFHQWHUDVWKHLQFRUUHFWUHSDLUZRXOGFDXVHHOHFWULFVKRFNRU¿UHKD]DUGHWF
1.1 Please check the following items before contact the maintenance serviceman
Conditions
The unit does not run
The unit stops soon
after it starts
Cooling/Heating is abnormal
Causes
Corrective Actions
Broken fuse or opened breaker
Change the fuse or close the breaker
Power off
Restart the unit when power on
Loosened power supply plug.
Plug the power supply properly.
,QVXI¿FLHQWEDWWHULHVYROWDJH
of the remote controller
Change new batteries
Remoter controller out of the control scope
Keep the control distance within 8 meters.
Clogged inlet/outlet of the indoor/outdoor unit
Clear the obstacle
Clogged inlet/outlet of the indoor/outdoor unit
Clear the obstacle
Improperly set temperature
Adjust the setting of the remote or wired controller.
Too low set fan speed
Adjust the setting of the remote or wired controller.
Incorrect air direction
Adjust the setting of the remote or wired controller.
Opened door and window
Close the door and window
Direct sunlight
Hang a curtain or blinds over the window.
Too much people in the room
Too much heat sources in the room
Reduce the heat sources
'LUW\¿OWHUVFUHHQ
&OHDQWKH¿OWHUVFUHHQ
Note:
If the air conditioner still runs abnormally after the above check and handling, please contact the maintenance
serviceman at the local appointed service center and also give a description of the error occurred as well as the model of
the unit
7KHFRQGLWLRQVOLVWHGEHORZDUHQRWFODVVL¿HGLQWRHUURUV
Conditions
Causes
When restart the unit soon after it is stopped.
The overload protection switch of the unit
let the startup delayed for three minutes.
As soon as power is on.
The unit will stand by for approximate one minute.
When the cooling operation starts.
The hi-humidity air indoor is cooled quickly.
The unit “clatters” as soon as it starts running.
It is the sound generated during the initialization
of the electronic expansion valve.
The unit “swishes” during the cooling operation.
It the sound when the refrigerant gas runs inside the unit.
The unit “swishes” when it is started or stopped.
It is the sound when the refrigerant gas stops running.
The unit “swishes” when in it is and
after the running.
It is the sound when the draining system is operating.
The unit “squeaks” when it is in and
after the running.
It is the sound of frication generated by the skin plate
etc which swells due to the temperature change.
The unit blows
out dust.
When the unit restarts after it is not
used for a long time.
The dust inside the unit is blown out again.
The unit emits odors.
When the unit is running.
The odors absorbed in are blown out again.
The unit does not run
The unit blows out mist
The unit generates
noise
55
MAINTENANCE
FREE MATCH
1.3 Error description
If some error occurs when the unit is running, the error code will be displayed on the wired controller and the main
board
of the outdoor unit.See the table before for more details about the meaning of each error.
Indicating Lamp
Lamp Panel
"88" Display
(Floor Ceiling
Type)
Wired
Controller
Display
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
/
oE
ON
/
/
/
/
/
Short/open circuit
of he liquid valve
temperature sensor
Shown as
Table 16
/
Flash 19
times
/
b5
b5
Short/open circuit
of the gas valve
temperature sensor
Short/open circuit of the gas
valve temperature sensor
Shown as
Table 16
/
Flash 22
times
/
b7
b7
5HIULJHUDQWLQVXI¿FLHQF\
or blockage protection
(available for the
residential outdoor unit)
5HIULJHUDQWLQVXI¿FLHQF\
or blockage protection
(available for the
residential outdoor unit)
F0
/
Flash 10
times
/
oE
oE
Short/open circuit of
the indoor ambient
temperature sensor
Short/open circuit of
the indoor evaporator
Short/open circuit of the
of the outdoor ambient
temperature sensor
Short/open circuit of
the temperature sensor
at the midway of the
condenser coil ( for
the commercial unit)
Short/open circuit of
the outdoor discharge
temperature sensor
Short/open circuit of
the indoor ambient
temperature sensor
Short/open circuit of
the indoor evaporator
Short/open circuit of the
of the outdoor ambient
temperature sensor
Shown as
Table 16
/
Flash
once
/
F1
F1
Shown as
Table 16
/
Flash
twice
/
F2
F2
F3
/
Flash 3
times
/
F3
F3
Short/open circuit of the
temperature sensor at the
midway of the condenser coil
( for the commercial unit)
F4
/
Flash 4
times
/
F4
F4
Short/open circuit of
the outdoor discharge
temperature sensor
F5
/
Flash 5
times
/
F5
F5
Oil returning in cooling
Oil returning in cooling
F7
/
/
/
/
/
System high pressure
protection
System high pressure
protection
E1
/
/
E1
E1
Anti-freezing protection
Anti-freezing protection
E2
/
/
E2
E2
System low pressure
protection (reserved)
Compressor discharge
high temperature
protection
Whole unit overcurrent protection
Communication error
between the indoor
and outdoor units
System low pressure
protection
E3
/
/
E3
E3
Compressor discharge high
temperature protection
E4
Flash 4
times
/
/
E4
E4
E5
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Shown as
Table 16
Flash 6
times
/
/
E6
E6
Shown as
Table 16
Flash 7
times
Flash 3
times
/
/
E7
E7
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
/
/
/
/
/
/
Flash
Flash
E9
E9
Quick
ÀDVK
Quick
ÀDVK
Quick
ÀDVK
Quick
ÀDVK
Quick
ÀDVK
dd
dd
/
Fo
Fo
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
/
Quick
ÀDVK
/
P0
/
/
Quick
ÀDVK
P0
Residential AC Errors
Commerical AC Errors
Outdoor Unit
"88" Display
/
Defrosting mode 1
08
/
/
/
Defrosting mode 2
0A
/
/
heating overload protection
0C
/
Normal running
Short/open circuit
of the liquid valve
temperature sensor
0RGHFRQÀLFW
Overload protection
Whole unit overcurrent protection
Communication error
between the indoor
and outdoor units
0RGHFRQÀLFW
Overload protection
E8
Anti cold blow protection
/
/
Indoor unit water
RYHUÀRZHUURU
Trial run/trial operation
Trial run/trial operation
dd
Refrigerant recovery mode
Fo
IPM Drive module resetting
P0
Refrigerant
recovery mode
Drive module
resetting(for the
commercial unit)
Min. cooling/heating
(capability test code)
56
Running
Cooling
Heating
Flash
once
Flash
twice
Flash 3
times
E9
Cooling IPLV test
P0
Cooling IPLV test
P0
FREE MATCH
Mid. Cooling/heating
(capability test code)
Phase over-current
protection
Drive board
communication error(for
the commercial unit)
Short/open circuit
of the of the module
temperature sensor
Module temperature
protection
AC contact protection
(for the commercial unit)
MAINTENANCE
Cooling level AA
performance test
Level AA cooling
performance test
Compressor overcurrent protection
Communication error
between the inverter driver
to the main controller
Short/open circuit
of the of the module
temperature sensor
Module temperature
protection
/
Quick
ÀDVK
/
/
P5
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Quick
ÀDVK
Flash 3
times
P6
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
P7
Flash 3
times
P3
P8
/
P3
P3
P3
oE
oE
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
oE
oE
oE
oE
AC contact protection
P9
Circuit sensor error
Pc
Transducer connection
protection
Pd
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
AC current
protection(input side)
PA
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Temperature drift protection
PE
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Drive board ambient
temperature sensor error
PF
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
oE
oE
oE
oE
oE
oE
oE
oE
/
/
Flash
once
H1
Defrosting
symbol
displayed
Quick
ÀDVK
Flash 3
times
/
/
H1
H1
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
oE
oE
Flash 20
times
/
/
oE
oE
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
oE
oE
LE
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Over speed
LF
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
Flash 3
times
oE
oE
Short/open circuit of the
temperature sensor at the
inlet of the condenser coil
( for the commercial unit)
/
A5
/
/
/
/
/
Short/open circuit of
the temperature sensor
at the outlet of the
condenser coil ( for
the commercial unit)
/
A7
/
/
/
/
/
Memory card error
/
EE
/
/
/
/
/
Circuit sensor error
Transducer connection
protection (for the
commercial unit)
AC current
protection(input side)
Temperature drift
protection (for the
commercial unit)
Drive board ambient
temperature sensor error
(for the commercial unit)
DC link high voltage
protection
DC link low voltage
protection
DC link low voltage
protection
DC link high voltage
protection
PL
PH
/
Abnormal AC input voltage
PP
Capacitor charging error
Capacitor charging error
PU
Jumper terminal
error protection
Jumper terminal
error protection
C5
Defrosting or oil
returning in heating
Defrosting or oil
returning in heating
H1
/
Forcible defrosting
H1
Compressor thermal
overload protection.
Modulecurrent protection
(namely
IPM protection)
Compressor
desynchronizing
Compressor overload
protection.
H3
IPM Module current
protection
H5
Compressor desynchronizing
H7
PFC Protection
PFC Protection
HC
Too high power protection
(available for the
residential outdoor unit)
Too high power protection
(available for the
residential outdoor unit)
L9
Compressor startup failure
Compressor startup failure
Lc
Compressor phase failure/
reverse protection
Compressor rotation
failure(for the
commercial unit)
Over speed (for the
commercial unit)
Compressor phase failure/
reverse protection
Compressor rotation
failure(for the
commercial unit)
Ld
57
MAINTENANCE
FREE MATCH
Frequency limitation/
degradation for module
circuit protection
(for phase circuit)
/
En
/
/
/
/
/
Frequency limitation/
degradation for module
temperature protection
/
EU
/
/
/
/
/
Frequency limitation/
degradation for overload
/
F6
/
Flash 6
times
/
/
/
Frequency limitation
/degradation for
circuit protection of
the whole unit
/
F8
/
Flash 8
times
/
/
/
Frequency limitation/
degradation for module
circuit protection
(for phase circuit)
/
F9
/
Flash 9
times
/
/
/
Frequency limitation/
degradation for antifreezing protection
/
FH
/
Flash 2
times
Flash 2
times
/
/
No indoor fan motor
/
H6
Flash 11
times
/
/
/
/
Compressor
demagnetizing protection
/
HE
/
/
Flash
14
times
/
/
Indoor and outdoor
units unmatched
/
LP
Flash 19
times
/
/
/
/
Compressor phase
circuit detection error
/
U1
/
/
/
/
DC link voltage drop error
/
U3
/
/
/
/
Zero detection
circuit error
/
U8
Flash 17
times
/
/
/
/
Nominal cooling/heating
(capability test code)
/
P1
/
/
/
/
/
Max. cooling/heating
(capability test code)
/
P2
/
/
/
/
/
Flash
12
times
Flash
20
times
The words in gray means the corresponding function is unavailable.
Error Code
Error Description
Error Code
Error Description
Error Code
Error Description
13
Unit A indoor unit pipe outlet
temperature sensor error
23
Unit B indoor unit pipe outlet
temperature sensor error
33
Unit C indoor unit pipe outlet
temperature sensor error
14
Unit A indoor pipe inlet
temperature sensor error
24
Unit B indoor pipe inlet
temperature sensor error
34
Unit C indoor pipe inlet
temperature sensor error
15
Unit A indoor ambient
temperature sensor error
25
Unit B indoor ambient
temperature sensor error
35
Unit C indoor ambient
temperature sensor error
16
8QLW$PRGHFRQÀLFW
26
8QLW%PRGHFRQÀLFW
36
8QLW&PRGHFRQÀLFW
17
Unit A anti-freezing
protection
27
Unit B anti-freezing
protection
37
Unit C anti-freezing protection
41
Unit D communication error
46
8QLW'PRGHFRQÀLFW
54
Unit E indoor pipe inlet
temperature sensor error
42
Unit D indoor pipe midway
temperature sensor error
47
Unit D anti-freezing
protection
55
Unit E indoor ambient
temperature sensor error
43
Unit D indoor unit pipe outlet
temperature sensor error
51
Unit E communication error
56
8QLW(PRGHFRQÀLFW
44
Unit D indoor pipe inlet
temperature sensor error
52
Unit E indoor pipe midway
temperature sensor error
57
Unit E anti-freezing protection
45
Unit D indoor ambient
temperature sensor error
53
Unit E indoor unit pipe outlet
temperature sensor error
C5
Jumper terminal error
58
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
Error description of outdoor refrigerant pipe detection function
Wiring error or component error
Unit which is detecting
Unit which isn’t detecting
5E
01
**
02
**
03
**
04
**
05
**
Indoor unit gas pipe
connection error
or component error
Unit which is detecting
--
5P
01
--
02
--
03
--
04
--
05
--
5E
5E
5E
5E
5P
5P
5P
5P
Outdoor Unit: ACP-39COFM116GECI
(Note: Refer to the real products for the exact position of each component.)
Once errors are displayed on the controller, please shut off the air conditioning unit and contact the professionally
skilled personnel for troubleshooting.
59
MAINTENANCE
FREE MATCH
2 FLOW CHART OF TROUBLESHOOTING
Service personnel shall collect the malfunction information as much as possible and research them thoroughly, list
WKHVHHOHFWULFDOSDUWVZKLFKPD\FDXVHPDOIXQFWLRQVHUYLFHSHUVRQQHOVKDOOEHDEOHWRGHWHUPLQHWKHVSHFL¿FUHDVRQDQG
solve the faulted parts.
Observe the status of the complete device and do not observe the partial
,WLVDGYLVHGWRVWDUWIURPWKHVLPSOHRSHUDWLRQGXULQJDQDO\]LQJMXGJLQJDQGFRQ¿UPLQJPDOIXQFWLRQUHDVRQWKHQ
FRQGXFWWKHFRPSOLFDWHGRSHUDWLRQVVXFKUHPRYDORIGHYLFHSDUWUHSODFHPHQWDQGUHIULJHUDQW¿OOLQJ
Find the malfunction reason carefully as unit may occur several malfunction at the same time and one malfunction
may develop into several malfunction, so entire system analysis shall be established to make the judged result exact and
credible.
ƹ Malfunction display: E1 Compressor High Pressure Protection
High pressure protection
Y
N
Check if the pressure is really high pressure with the
measurement of a manometer
Check if pressure switch is
normal
N
Replace the outdoor
unit mainboard
Y
Y
Replace pressure switch
Check if operation mode of indoor unit is
properly set
N
Refer to Instruction
Manual of indoor unit
Y
Check if gas valve and liquid valve are
completely open
N
Completely open the
valve
Y
Check if the panel of outdoor unit is
firmly closed?
N
Close the panel
Y
Check if the air return and supply from heat
exchanger of indoor unit and outdoor unit is
smooth
N
Remove the barrier
Y
N
Check if indoor unit fan and outdoor unit fan
run
Measure the fan motor and
signal input
Y
N
Check if swing louver of indoor unit is
completely open
Measure swing motor and
signal input
Y
N
Check if there is filth blockage to indoor/
outdoor filter or heat exchange fin
Refer to Care and Maintenance
Y
System pipeline is blocked
60
N
Mainly check the inlet and outlet of main pipe connecting with each indoor unit and
capillary of indoor and outdoor units. Replace the parts like filter, capillary and so on.
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
ƹ Malfunction display: E3 Compressor Low Pressure Protection
High pressure protection
Y
N
Check if the pressure is really high pressure with the
measurement of a manometer
Check if pressure switch is
normal
N
Replace the outdoor
unit mainboard
Y
Y
Replace pressure switch
Check if operation mode of indoor unit is
properly set
N
Refer to Instruction
Manual of indoor unit
Y
Check if gas valve and liquid valve are
completely open
N
Completely open the
valve
Y
Check if the panel of outdoor unit is
firmly closed?
N
Close the panel
Y
Check if the air return and supply from heat
exchanger of indoor unit and outdoor unit is
smooth
N
Remove the barrier
Y
N
Check if indoor unit fan and outdoor unit fan
run
Measure the fan motor and
signal input
Y
N
Check if swing louver of indoor unit is
completely open
Measure swing motor and
signal input
Y
N
Check if there is filth blockage to indoor/
outdoor filter or heat exchange fin
Refer to Care and Maintenance
Y
System pipeline is blocked
N
Mainly check the inlet and outlet of main pipe connecting with each indoor unit and
capillary of indoor and outdoor units. Replace the parts like filter, capillary and so on.
61
MAINTENANCE
FREE MATCH
ƹ Malfunction display: E4 Compressor Exhaust High Temperature Protection
Discharge temperature protection
Y
Measure if compressor’s discharge
temperature has reached115
N
Measure if temperature sensor’s
resistance value is correct
Y
Y
System pipeline leaks so complementation is
needed. Please add refrigerant according to the
amount specified in the nameplate
Replace the outdoor
unit mainboard
ƹ Malfunction display: E5 Compressor Overheat
Abnormal overcurrent
Y
Check if compressor’s connection line
is properly connected
N
Adjust compressor’s
connection line
Y
N
Replace overcurrent
protector
Check if current value is higher than the
protector’s setting
Y
N
Refer to high pressure
protection
If unit’s high pressure is normal
Y
N
If voltage is normal
Y
R eplace mainboard
62
Contact the power
supply company
N
Replace relevant
discharge temperature
sensor
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
ƹ Malfunction display: E9 Full Water Protection
Full Water Protection
Y
N
Check if the voltage of liquid level
switch end is ok
Check if water overflow
Y
Check if the water drainage
works
pump
N
Check if the voltage of water
drainage pump end is ok
N
Replace the main board
of the indoor uint
Y
Check the liquid level
switch
N
Replace the main board of
the indoor uint
Y
Y
Check if the water drainage pipe is
jammed or if water flows smoothly
N
Check the cables of
water drainge pump
Adjust the water
drainage pipe
Y
Clear the water drainage pipe
ƹ Malfunction display: F2 Failure of Evaporator Temp. Sensor
Failure of condenser Temp.
sensor
Y
Check if the plug of the temperature sensor is
correctly connected with socket on the mainboard
N
Check the direction of
the plug and socket
Y
Remove the sensor to check if the resistance
value is ok
N
Replace temperature sensor
Y
Replace mainboard of the
indoor uint
63
MAINTENANCE
FREE MATCH
ƹ Malfunction display: F3 Failure of Outdoor Ambient Sensor
Failure of outdoor Ambient
sensor
Y
Check if the plug of the temperature sensor is
correctly connected with socket on the mainboard
N
Check the direction of
the plug and socket
Y
N
Replace temperature sensor
Remove the sensor to check if the resistance
value is ok
Y
Replace mainboard of the
indoor uint
ƹ Malfunction display: F5 Failure of Exhaust Temp. Sensor
Failure of Exhaust Temp.
sensor
Y
Check if the plug of the temperature sensor is
correctly connected with socket on the mainboard
N
Check the direction of
the plug and socket
Y
N
Remove the sensor to check if the resistance
value is ok
Y
Replace mainboard of the
indoor uint
64
Replace temperature sensor
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
3 WIRING DIADRAM
3.1 Outdoor unit
ACP-39COFM116GECI
E
C
B
A
65
MAINTENANCE
3.2 Indoor unit
3.2.2 Cassette type
ACP-12CCIFM35GECI, ACP-18CCIFM50GECI
66
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
FREE MATCH
4 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE OF MAIN PARTS
4.1 Outdoor Unit
Side Discharge Indoor Unit
Assembly and Disassembly of the Compressor
Remarks: Prior to the assembly of the compressor, make sure there is no refrigerant in the pipeline and the power supply is cut off.
Steps
1.Remove the power
cords away
Illustrations
Operation Instructions
Label the color of the
power cords and the
code of the terminals
Ɣ/RRVHQWKHVFUHZVXVHGWR¿[WKH
power cord with a screw driver.
Ɣ3XOORXWWKHSRZHUFRUG
Note: when removing the power
cord, please label the power
cord and the terminals to avoid
misconnecting next time.
Ɣ/RRVHQWKHVFUHZVRQWKHEDVHRI
the compressor with a wrench.
2.Loosen the screws
XVHGWR¿[WKHEDVH
of the compressor
Tighten the screws on
the base of the new
compressor by a wrench.
3.Separate the compressor
with the connecting pipe
Disconnect the pipeline
connected with the
compressorthrough the
welding gun.
Ɣ%XUQWKHMRLQWRIWKHFRQQHFWLQJ
pipe of the compressor.
Ɣ3XOORXWWKHFRQQHFWLQJSLSH
1RWHQHYHUUOHWWKHÀDPH
contact any other componnet.
Ɣ5HPRYHDQGUHSODFHWKHFRPSUHVVRU
1RWHQHYHUOHWWKHÀDPH
touch any other component
during the replacement.
4.Remove the compressor
away from the seating.
Remove the damaged
compressor out.
Ɣ7LJKWHQWKHVFUHZVRQWKH
seating of the new compressor
5.Fix the new compressor
on the seating.
Tighten the screws on
the base of the new
compressor by a wrench.
68
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
6.Connect the pipeline with
the suction and discharge
ports of the compressor
Reconnect the pipeline
to the compressor as the
same as the previous status.
Label the color of the
power cords and the
code of the terminals
7. Reconnect the power cord
Ɣ%XUQWKHMRLQWRIWKHFRQQHFWLQJ
pipe and then connect the
pipeline wit the compressor.
1RWHQHYHUOHWWKHÀDPHWRXFK
any other component.
Ɣ7LJKWWKHVFUHZVXVHGWR¿[WKH
power cord with a screwdriver.
Ɣ5HFRQQHFWWKHSRZHUFRUG
Note: reconnect the power
cord in accordance with the
labeled color and terminals.
8.Put the electric
heating belt and the
discharge temperature
sensor etc. in place.
9.Check if the compressor
runs reversely and if
the lubricant leaks.
Assembly and Disassembly of the 4-Way Valve
Steps
Illustrations
Operation Instructions
1. Take out the coil of
the 4-way valve.
/
Ɣ/RRVHQWKHVFUHZVXVHG
WR¿[WKHFRLORIWKHZD\
valve with a screw driver
Pull out the 4-way
valve through the
welding gun
Ɣ%XUQWKHIRXUMRLQWVRIWKHZD\
valve with a welding gun and then
pull out the connecting pipe.
1RWHQHYHUOHWWKHÀDPHWRXFK
any other component.
2. Separate the 4-way valve
away from the connecting pipe.
3. Replace the 4-way valve
and reconnect the 4-way valve
with the connecting pipe.
4. Put the coil of the
4-way valve in place.
Restore the 4-way
value in the previous
status and fix it by
the welding gun.
Ɣ5HSODFHWKHZD\YDOYHDQG
weld the four joints of the 4-way
valve with a welding gun.
1RWHQHYHUOHWWKHÀDPHWRXFK
any other component.
/
Ɣ7LJKWHQWKHVFUHZVXVHG
WR¿[WKHFRLORIWKHZD\
valve with a screwdriver
69
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
4.2.2 Cassette type
Removal and Assembly of Fan Motor
Step
Illustration
Handling Instruction
1. Loosen the screws
¿[LQJWKHZDWHUWUD\
Ɣ8VHVFUHZGULYHUWRORRVHQWKH
VFUHZV¿[LQJWKHZDWHUWUD\
2. Remove the water tray
Ɣ5HPRYHWKHZDWHUWUD\
/RRVHQWKHEROWV¿[LQJWKHIDQ
Ɣ8VHVSDQQHUWRORRVHQWKH
EROWV¿[LQJWKHIDQ
4. Remove the fan
Ɣ5HPRYHWKHIDQ
/RRVHQWKHVFUHZV¿[LQJWKHPRWRU
Ɣ8VHVFUHZGULYHUWRORRVHQ
WKHVFUHZV¿[LQJWKHPRWRU
6. Remove the motor and replace it
Ɣ5HPRYHWKHPRWRUDQGUHSODFHLW
7LJKWHQWKHVFUHZV¿[LQJWKHPRWRU
Ɣ8VHVFUHZGULYHUWRWLJKWHQ
WKHVFUHZV¿[LQJWKHPRWRU
8. Mount the fan and tighten
WKH¿[LQJEROWV
Ɣ0RXQWWKHIDQDQGXVHVSDQQHU
WRWLJKWHQWKHEROWV¿[LQJWKHIDQ
9. Mount the water tray and
tighten the screws
Ɣ8VHVFUHZGULYHUWRORRVHQWKH
VFUHZV¿[LQJWKHZDWHUWUD\
71
MAINTENANCE
FREE MATCH
emoval and Installation of Drainage Pump
Step
Illustration
Handling Instruction
Loosen these screws
1. Loosen the screws
¿[LQJWKHZDWHUWUD\
Ɣ8VHVFUHZGULYHUWRORRVHQWKH
VFUHZV¿[LQJWKHZDWHUWUD\
2. Remove the water tray
Ɣ5HPRYHWKHZDWHU
pump and replace it.
1.Loosen these screws
3. Pull out the water outlet pipe and
ORRVHQWKHVFUHZV¿[LQJWKHZDWHUSXPS
2.Loosen the screws
fixing the water pump
Ɣ3XOORXWWKHZDWHURXWOHWSLSH
and use screwdriver to loosen the
VFUHZV¿[LQJWKHZDWHUSXPS
Ɣ7DNHRXWWKHSXPS
and replace it
4. Take out the pump and replace it
1.Loosen these screws
5. Connect the drainage pipe and tighten
WKHVFUHZV¿[LQJWKHZDWHUSXPS
2.Loosen the screws
fixing the water pump
Ɣ&RQQHFWWKHGUDLQDJHSLSHDQG
use screwdriver to tighten the
VFUHZV¿[LQJWKHZDWHUSXPS
Loosen these screws
6. Mount the water tray and
tighten the screws
72
Ɣ8VHVFUHZGULYHUWRORRVHQWKH
VFUHZV¿[LQJWKHZDWHUWUD\
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
ACP-39COFM116GECI
79
MAINTENANCE
FREE MATCH
Description
1
Front Grill
22415005
1
2
Cabinet
01435007P
1
3
Front Side Plate Sub-Assy
01305508
1
4
Sensor sub-assy
39008066
1
5
Chassis Sub-assy
01194141P
1
6
Insulated board (cover of electric box)
20113003
1
7
Pressure Protect Switch
4602000902
1
8
Compressor Mounting Plate Sub-Assy
01324238
1
00205230
1
9
80
ACP-39COFM116GECI
NO.
Code
Qty
10
Connection Pipe
05034302
1
11
Gas-liquid Separator Sub-Assy
07225018
1
12
Bidirection Accumulator
07228741
1
13
connecting pipe of "U"shape
05034290
1
14
Right Side Plate Sub-Assy
01314304
1
15
StrainerA
07210022
1
16
Cut-off Valve
07334403
1
17
Cut-off Valve
07334402
1
18
StrainerA
07210022
1
19
Valve support assy
01804238
1
20
Oil Separator
07228302
1
21
Tube Clip
0214000521
1
22
StrainerA
07210022
1
23
4-way Valve
43000338
1
24
Handle
26235253
2
25
4-way Valve Assy
04144185
1
26
Pressure Protect Switch
4602001555
1
27
Discharge Tube Sub-Assy
04634310
1
28
Inhalation Tube Sub-Assy
04674230
1
29
Capillary Sub-Assy(Oil Separator)
04104239
1
30
Condenser Assy
01124179
1
31
Rear Grill
01475012
1
32
Electric Box Cover
01424263
1
33
Top Cover
01255009
1
34
Reactor Sub-Assy
02404111
1
35
Cover of Reactor box
01424260
1
36
PFC Inductance
43128003
1
37
Reactor Box
01424258
1
38
Capacitor
33010009
1
39
Electric Box
26905211
1
40
Main Board
30226254
1
41
Radiator
49018112
1
42
Electric Box Sub-Assy
02404112
1
43
Terminal Board
42010270
1
44
Electric Box Assy
02404113
1
45
Motor Support Sub-Assy
01805402
1
46
Left Side Plate
01305064P
1
47
Condenser support plate
01895309
1
48
Clapboard
01244141
1
49
Fan Motor
1570522801
1
50
Axial Flow Fan
10335010
1
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
ACP-12CCIFM35GECI
93
MAINTENANCE
94
FREE MATCH
ACP-12CCIFM35GECI
NO.
Description
Code
Qty
1
Tube Exit Plate Assy
01382717
1
2
Shell Assy
01432701
1
3
Body Installing Plate
01332701
1
4
Front Side Plate Assy
01302717
1
5
Left Side Plate Assy
01302740
1
6
Base Plate Assy
01222701
1
7
Rear Side Plate Assy
01302719
1
8
Bottom Foam Assy
52012720
1
9
Motor Gasket
76712711
4
10
Motor Support
01702701
1
11
Fan Motor
15704901
1
12
Centrifugal Fan
10312721
1
13
Connected Board Assy Of Evaporator
01072731
1
14
Filter Sub-Assy
11120011
1
15
Drain Hose Sub-Assy
05232703
1
16
Water Tray Assy
20182701
1
17
Electric Base Plate
01412721
1
18
Diversion Circle
10372701
1
19
Electric Box Assy
01399519
1
20
Terminal Board
42011222
1
21
Transformer
43110233
1
22
Electric Box Cover I
20102702
1
23
Electric Box Cover Sub-Assy1
20122054
1
24
Temperature Sensor
390001982G
1
25
Ambient Temperature Sensor
390000453
1
26
Electric Box Cover Sub-Assy2
20122055
1
27
Electric Box Cover II
20102703
1
28
Main Board
30226340
1
29
Capacitor CBB61
33010027
1
30
Evaporator Assy
01004642
1
31
Evaporator Support Assy
01072704
2
32
Magnetic Ring
49010104
1
33
Water Pump
43130324
1
34
Water Pump Assy
01332750
1
35
Pump Support
01324201
1
36
Water Level Switch
45010201
1
37
Pump Drainpipe
05232721
1
38
Right Side Plate Assy
01302710
1
39
Remote Controller
305100492
1
40
Pump Cover Board Assy
01252712
1
41
Display Board
30296317
1
FREE MATCH
MAINTENANCE
ACP-18CCIFM50GECI
95
MAINTENANCE
96
FREE MATCH
ACP-18CCIFM50GECI
NO.
Description
Code
Qty
1
Tube Exit Plate Assy
01382715
1
2
Shell Assy
01432704
1
3
Body Installing Plate
01332701
1
4
Front Side Plate Assy
01302718
1
5
Left Side Plate Assy
01302715
1
6
Base Plate Assy
01222701
1
7
Rear Side Plate Assy
01302714
1
8
Bottom Foam Assy
52012722
1
9
Motor Gasket
76712711
4
10
Motor support
01702701
1
11
Fan Motor
15704102
1
12
Centrifugal Fan
10312705
1
24
Temperature Sensor
390001982G
1
37
Pump Drainpipe
05230026
1
38
Right Side Plate Assy
01302716
1
39
Remote Controller
305125063
1
13
Connected Board Assy Of Evaporator
01074042
1
14
Filter Sub-Assy
07210028
1
15
Drain Hose Sub-Assy
05232702
1
16
Water Tray Assy
20182701
1
17
Electric Base Plate
01412721
1
18
Diversion Circle
10372701
1
19
Electric Box Assy
01399520
1
20
Transformer
43110233
1
21
Terminal Board
42011222
1
22
Electric Box Cover I
20102702
1
23
Electric Box Cover Sub-Assy1
20122054
1
25
Ambient Temperature Sensor
390000453
1
26
Electric Box Cover Sub-Assy2
20122055
1
27
Electric Box Cover II
20102703
1
28
Main Board
30226340
1
29
Capacitor CBB61
33010027
1
30
Evaporator Assy
01004641
1
31
Evaporator Support Assy
01072703
2
32
Magnetic Ring
49010104
1
33
Water Pump
43130324
1
34
Water Pump Assy
01332752
1
35
Pump Support
01332702
1
36
Water Level Switch
45010201
1
40
Pump Cover Board Assy
01252713
1
41
Display Board
30296317
1
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement