1 Summary and features - Ductless Air Conditioners
1 Summary and features
TECHNOLOGY
ULTIMATE COOLING & HEATING SOLUTION
3 Part name
Air inlet
Indoor Unit
Receiving window
Front panel
Guide louver
Air outlet
wrapping tape
LED board
Wireless remote controll
Outdoor Unit
Air inlet
Drainage hose
Connecting pipe
and connection wire
Air outlet
4
Overall and Installing Dimension
Overall and Installing Dimension of Indoor Unit
U
Air inlet grill
Left piping hole
Right pipinghole
Top view
Unit? mm
Rear view
Wall-mounting plate
Overall and Installing Dimension of Outdoor Unit
U
Unit: mm
Bolt
Nut
Wrench
6 Function manual and operation method of remote controller
Function manual of remote controller
This function manual is applicable to D.C. Variable Frequency Linge Wind Series:GWHD12A6ND31A
6.1.1 Temperature parameters
ƹ Room set temperature (Tset)
ƹ Room ambient temperature (Tamb)
6.1.2 Fundamental functions
After powered on, no matter when the compressor is started, the time interval between two startups
cannot be less than 3 minutes.
6.1.2.1 COOL mode
6.1.2.1.1 The condition and process of cooling
If Tamb•Tset, COOL mode will act, the compressor and outdoor fan will run, and the indoor fan will run at the set
speed.
If Tamb”Tset-2ć, the compressor will stop, the outdoor fan will delay 30 seconds to stop, and the indoor fan will
run at the set speed.
If Tset-2ć˘Tamb˘Tset, the unit will keep running in the previous mode.
In this mode, the reversal valve will not be powered on and the temperature setting range is 16ć~30ć.
The unit will adjust the running frequency of the compressor automatically according to the change of ambient
temperature.
Tset
Start cooling
Tamd
Original running state
Tset
Stop cooling
3min
Compressor
Outdoor fan
Indoor fan
Set fan speed
6.1.2.1.2 Protection function
Stop
Run
ƹ Antifreezing protection
Under cooling and drying mode, after the compressor run about 10mins,when the pipe temp.of the
evaporator is to low, the compressor will stop, the outdoor fan will stop after 30s, under cooling
mode the indoor fan and swing motor will keep running in the original mode , under drying mode the
indoor fan will run at low fan speed, the swing motor will run in the original mode. When antifreezing
protection is eliminated and the compressor has stopped for 3 minutes, the unit will resume running in
the original mode.
The period of antifreezing protection
Compressor
ı3 min
Outdoor fan
Indoor fan
Stop
Run
ƹ Overcurrent protection
If total current is high, the compressor will run in limited or dropped frequency. When total current goes on
rising over the stated value, the compressor will stop, the outdoor fan will delay 30 seconds to stop.
6.1.2.2 DRY mode
6.1.2.2.1 The condition and process of drying
If Tamb>Tset, DRY mode will act, the indoor fan, outdoor fan and compressor will run, and indoor fan will run at
low speed
If Tset-2ć”Tamb”Tset, the unit will keep running in the original mode.
If Tamb<Tset-2ć, the compressor will stop running, the outdoor fan will delay 30 seconds to stop and the indoor
fan will run at low speed.
¾In this mode, the reversal valve will not be powered on and the temperature setting range is 16ć~30ć.
The unit will adjust the running frequency of the compressor automatically according to the change of ambient
temperature.
T
Dry mode will act
amb
Tset
Running in the original mode
Tset-2Ɔ
Stop running
Compressor
Outdoor fan
Indoor fan
Low fan speed
6.1.2.2.2 Protection
Stop
Run
Protection is the same with that in COOL mode.
6.1.2.3 HEAT mode
6.1.2.3.1 The condition and process of heating
If Tamb”Tset+2ć, HEAT mode will act, the compressor, outdoor fan and 4-way valve will run simultaneously,
the indoor fan will delay at most for 2min to run.
If Tset+2ć⧞Tamb⧞Tset+5ć,the unit will keep running in the original mode.
If Tamb•Tset+5ć, the compressor will stop, the outdoor fan will delay 30sec to stop and the indoor fan will blow
for 60sec at the original speed and then stop.
¾In this mode, the temperature setting range is 16ć~30ć.
¾The air conditioner will adjust the running frequency of the compressor automatically according to the change
of ambient temperature.
¾When the unit is turned off in HEAT mode, or switched to other mode from HEAT mode, the four-way valve
will be powered off 2min later after the compressor stops.
Stop heating
Tset
Original running state
Tset
Tamb
Start heating
3min
Compressor
Outdoor fan
Indoor fan
2min
2min
Reversal valve
Stop
Run
6.1.2.3.2 The condition and process of defrosting
When frost is detected in the condenser, the system will enter into defrosting state. When defrosting starts, the
compressor and indoor fan will stop, and the outdoor fan and four-way valve will delay 30 seconds to stop. The
compressor will start again after 30s and. When the compressor has run for 8mins, the compressor will stop.
After 30 seconds the four-way valve opens and after another 60 seconds, the compressor and outdoor fan resume
running. The indoor fan will delay 2 minutes to run at the latest and temperature on the display panel shows H1.
Under heating mode,when the compressor is stopped by malfunction, the indoor fan will blow at low fan speed for
60s and then stop.
6.1.2.3.3 Protection
Overcurrent protection
If total current is high, the compressor will run in limited or dropped frequency. When total current go on rising
over the stated value, the compressor will stop, the outdoor fan will delay 30 seconds to stop.
6.1.2.4 FAN mode
In this mode, the indoor fan will run the fan in High, Med, Low and Auto mode. The compressor, outdoor fan
and four-way valve will stop.
In this mode, the temperature setting range is 16~30 .
The unit will adjust the running frequency of the compressor automatically according to the change of ambient
temperature.
6.1.2.5 AUTO mode
In this mode, the system selects COOL, HEAT and FAN mode automatically according to the change of ambient
temperature. The protection function is the same with that of COOL/HEAT mode.
The unit will adjust the running frequency of the compressor automatically according to the change of ambient
temperature.
6.1.3 Other control
6.1.3.1 ON / OFF
Each time the On/Off button of the remote controller is pressed, the On/Off state will switch once.
6.1.3.2 MODE selection
Press the MODE button on the remote controller to select and display the following modes:
AUTO, COOL, DRY, FAN, and HEAT.
6.1.3.3 TEMP. setting button
Each time TEMP + or TEMP - button is pressed, the set temperature will be increased or decreased by 1 .
Adjusting range is 16~30 . In AUTO mode, this button does not function.
6.1.3.4 AUTO key
When the unit is stop, press AUTO key,the unit will run under AUTO mode and the swing motor starts.
AUTO/STOP
When the unit is running, press AUTO key,the unit will be stopped.
6.1.3.5 Timer control
The unit is turned on or off according to the timer set by the remote controller.
Handling switch
6.1.3.6 Sleep control
When the air conditioner is in COOL or DRY mode, after Sleep mode has been set properly, the preset Tset will
be increased by 1 ć after the sleep program has run for 1 hour, and Tset will be increased by another 1ć after 2
hours. Tset has been increased by 2ć totally in two hours. Then the unit will run at this set temperature and at
the set speed.
Tset+2ć
Set temp.Tset
Tset+1ć
Tset
1h
2h
Above 2h
When the air conditioner is in HEAT mode, after Sleep mode has been set properly, the preset Tset will be
decreased by 1ć after the sleep program has run for 1 hour, and Tset will be decreased by another 1ć after 2
hours. Tset has been increased by 2ć totally in two hours. Then the unit will run at this set temperature and at the
set speed.
1h
2h
Above 2h
Tset
Tset-1ć
Tset-2ć
In AUTO or FAN mode, the setting temp. will not change.
Set temp.Tset
6.1.3.7 Indoor fan control
Use the remote controller to set the indoor fan running at HIGH, MED or LOW speed. At this time the fan will run
at high, medium or low speed. It can also be set to AUTO and the indoor fan will select fan speed(HIGH, MED or
LOW) automatically according to ambient temperature.
There are at least 3mins and 30s delay for fan speed shift.
6.1.3.8 Power supply for outdoor unit
The power supply for outdoor unit is turned on in AUTO, COOL, HEAT and DRY mode under turn-on state.
The power supply for outdoor unit will delay 3 minutes to turn off under turn-off state or in the FAN mode under
turn-on state.
6.1.3.9 Swing control
Use the SWING button of the wireless remote control to control SWING On and Off. Swing will only act when
indoor fan is running.After power on, the swing motor turns back to 0 position and closes the air outlet vent; if it
does not preset swing, after the unit is turned on, it will turn to the max. air outlet D1 position; then turn back to L
position under COOL mode.Under HEAT mode,the guide louver stays at D1;when in swinging state, it will swing
between L1 and D1 position. When the unit is turned off, it will turn back to 0 position.
6.1.3.10 Buzzer control
When the unit is power on or receives remote control signal or the auto key be pressed,the buzzer will give out a beep.
6.1.3.11 Power-off memory function
Contents of memory: Mode; Swing; Set fan speed, Set temperature,Timing etc.
Under turn-on state, when power off and power on, the power supply for outdoor unit will be turn on after 3mins .
Under turn-off state, when power off and power on, the power supply for outdoor unit will be turn on immediately.
6.1.3.12 Delay Protection of Compressor
Under COOL; DRY; HEAT mode, before each time the compressor starts, there will be 3mins delay.
6.1.4. Common protection function in each mode
6.1.4.1 Overload protection
Ttube:at cooling,it detects the temp. of outdoor heat exchanger,at heating,it detects the temp. of indoor heat exchanger.
When Ttube is detected high, the compressor will run in limited frequency.When Ttube goes on rising over the stated
value, the compressor will stop, under AUTO HEAT or HEAT mode, indoor fan will blow 60s at low fan speed and
then stop, under other mode, the indoor fan will run at set speed.
6.1.4.2 Compressor discharge temperature protection
When discharge temperature is too high to over the stated value, the compressor will stop, and When discharge temp.
resume normal and the compressor has stopped for 3 minutes, the unit will resume its original operating status.
6.1.4.3 Communication malfunction
When not receiving correct signal for 3 minutes, the unit has communication malfunction and the outdoor unit
stops, it is the same as normal stop when meeting the set temp..
6.1.4.4 Module protection
When module is in protection, the compressor will stop, after the compressor has stopped for 3 minutes, it will
resume to running. During module protection period, the indoor unit displays malfunction and the whole unit stops.
7 Disassembly procedures
Disassembly procedures for indoor unit
Operation procedures/pictures
8.1.1
Disassembling the front panel and
electric box cover
Unloose the clasps on both sides and lift the panel
upward. Unplug the two connecting terminals of the
display and slide out the rear clasp from the groove to
take off the front panel.(you can use panel support bar
to support the panel) Screw off the fixing screws of
the electric box cover and open the electric box top cover to take it off.
As shown in Fig.7-1
Panel panel sup- Screw
port bar
Fig.7-1
Filter
Push the filter up to unloose the clasp to pull out the
two filters.
8.1.2
As shown in Fig.7-2
Filters
Fig.7-2
Disassembling the guide louver
Bend the guide louver with strength and let out the
rotating shaft from the groove to take off the guide
louver. As shown in Fig.7-3
Guide louver
Fig.7-3
Electric box
top cover
Operation procedures/pictures
Disassembling the front panel body
Unclench the 3 screw covers and screw off the 3 pieces
of screws that fix the panel body. Unloose the front and
rear clasps to take off the panel body.
As shown in Fig.7-4
screw
screw covers
Fig.7-4
Disassembling the electric box cover
Unloose the 3 clasps to take off the electric box cover.
As shown in Fig.7-5
cl
clasps
Fig.7-5
Disassembling the water-tray assy
Unloose the clasp on the left side and unplug the
connecting terminal of the stepping motor. Carefully
to remove the water-tray assy because the drainage pipe
clasp
water-tray assy
is placed here. As shown in Fig7-6, 7-7
Fig.7-6
cc
connecting terminal
Fig.7-7
Operation procedures/pictures
Disassembling the electric box
7.1.7
Screw off the two pieces of screws that fix the electric
box and unloose the clasp. Pull out the tube sensor,
unloose the grounding nut and unplug the motor
connecting terminal take out the electric box.
As shown in Fig 7-8
7.1.8
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Tube sensor
Screws
Grounding nut
Motor connecting
terminal
Fig 7-8
Disassembling the evaporator assy
Screw off the screws that fix the evaporator, one piece
on the left and two pieces on the right. As shown in Fig
7-9, 7-10
Lift the left end of the evaporator slightly upward with
your end and push it rearward to let out the side clasps
of the evaporator from the groove. Take out the
evaporator carefully and pay attention to protecting the
connecting pipe.
Screw
Fig 7-9
Screws
Fig 7-10
7.1.9
Disassembling the motor
Screw off the 3 pieces of screws that fix the motor
clamp to take off the motor clamp. As shown in Fig.711
Screw off the fixing nut that fixes the cross flow fan to
pull out the motor from the cross flow fan. As shown in
Fig.7-12
Screws
Right motor
clamp
Fig 7-11
screws
7.1.10
Disassembling the cross flow fan
Refer to the above steps to take out the cross flow fan
from the base plate after taking out the motor.
motor
cross flow fan
s
Fig 7-12
Disassembly Procedures for Outdoor Unit
Operating Procedures / Photos
Disassemble Top Cover and Handle
Use screwdriver to unscrew the screw at the
handle, and remove the handle. Unscrew the three
screws around the top cover, and remove the top
cover.
(refer to Figure 7-13)
Top Cover
screw screw Handle
Figure 7-13
Disassemble Rear Grill
Screw out the 4 self tapping screws on
rear side plate and chassis of valve supporter
and side plate of condenser can take off rear grill.
screw
(refer to Figure 7-14)
Grill
Figure 7-14
2
Disassemble Components of Panel
Screw out the 5 tapping screws on panel and
chassis of valve supporter and side plate of condenser
can take off components of panel.
Panel
screw
(refer to Figure 7-15)
Figure 7-15
Operating Procedures / Photos
Disassemble electric install plate
Screw out the 3 bolts that fixing on electric install
plate, plug out lead inserter of compressor and
fan to take off electric install plate.
electric box cover
bolts
Figure 7-16
(refer to Figure 7-16,7-17)
Disassemble Right Side Plate
bolts
Figure 7-17
Screw out the 5 bolts on rear side plate can take
off right side plate.
(refer to Figure 7-18)
bolts
Figure 7-18
Disassemble axial-flow vane
Loosen tighten nut by spanner to take off nuts,
spring washer, flat washer, and take off axial-flow
vane forcibly.
tighten nut
(refer to Figure 7-19)
axial-flow vane
Figure 7-19
Operating Procedures / Photos
Disassemble Motor and Motor Support
Motor Support
Unscrew the four tapping screws fixing the motor,
and remove the motor. Unscrew the two tapping
screws fixing the motor support, and lift the motor
support to remove it.
tapping screws
Motor
(refer to Figure 7-20)
Figure 7-20
Disassemble 4-Way Valve
Screw off the holding nut of the 4-way valve coil
and remove the coil. Use wet cotton cloth to wrap
4-way valve
the 4-way valve, unsold the four soldering points
connecting the 4-way valve, and remove the soldering points
holding nut
4-way valve. Be quick during the unsoldering
process, pay attention to keep the wrapping cloth
wet and do not allow the soldering flame to burn
the compressor lead-out cable.
(Note: only after discharging all freon).
Figure 7-21
(refer to Figure 7-21)
Disassemble Capillary Subassembly
Unsolder the soldering points connecting the
capillary subassembly and the other pipelines, and
remove the capillary subassembly.
Capillary Subassembly
(refer to Figure 7-22)
Figure 7-22
Operating Procedures / Photos
Disassemble Valves
Unscrew the two screws fixing the big valve,
unsolder the soldering point between the big
valve and the return-air duct and remove the big
valve.
(Note: when unsoldering the soldering point, use
wet cloth to completely wrap the big valve to
prevent valve body from being harmed by high
temperature.)
Unscrew the two screws fixing the small valve,
unsolder the soldering point connecting the small
valve and the fork type pipe, and remove the small
valve.
(refer to Figure 7-23)
Small Valves
Big Valves
bolts
Figure 7-23
Disassemble Compressor
Unscrew the three nuts with washers at the foot of
the compressor. Unsolder the soldering points at
the suction and the discharge pipes of the compressor,
carefully remove the pipes and take out the
compressor.
(refer to Figure 7-24)
Figure 7-24
compressor bolt
8
Exploded View and Components and Parts List
Exploded View of Components and Parts of Indoor Unit
Exploded View of Outdoor unit
9
Troubleshooting
Common section
Analysis in this section is used for Linge Wind D.C. Variable Frequency Series. Before analysis, you can diagnose
according to the code displayed on indoor unit or indicator display on outdoor unit. (Refer to 9.2 Malfunction
display section).
When the breaker is set ON, it will
trip at once
Measure the insulating resistance
for grounding to confirm whether
there is electrical leakage or short
circuit in the unit
When the unit is turned on, the
breaker will trip in a few minutes
Insulation malfunction of line or componen
in the air conditioner. Insulation breakdow
occurs after radiation, which causes shor
circuit or electricity leakage. Measure
insulating resistance or use one-by-on
elimination method;
Malfunction of fuse. Replace it.
Breaker tripped
or fuse burnt out
Air
conditi
oner
cannot
start up
Air
conditioner
does not response
after powered on.
(The buzzer does
not sound after the
plug is connected
and the unit does
not response after
the
remote
controller is used
to turn it on)
Remote
controller does
not receive signal
(When powered
on, the buzzer
will send out a
sound, unless it is
broken)
No power supply
Check power supply circuit
The power plug is not or poorly
connected
Check and plug well plug, make
loosen contact firm
Controller fuse is burnt out
Change control fuse
Loose or poor contact of transformer
connection, or transformer malfunction
Secure the wire connection: measure
the output voltage of the transformer
and replace it if the value is wrong
The controller is broken
Replace the controller
Batteries of remote controller are low
Change battery
Malfunction of remote controller
Loose or poor connection of receiving
head
Receiving head is broken
First press the "AUTO" button of the
manual switch. If there is no response,
check according to the above method;
if it is normal after the button is
pressed, check if the installation
location and wire connection of the
receiving head are correct. If correct,
replace the receiving head, or the
remote controller.
Improper setting of temperature
Adjust the set temperature
Whether cooling (heating) load
is proper
Check the estimated load of cooling (heating)
Poor cooling
(heating) effect
Malfunction of
refrigerant flow
Leakage or shortage of refrigerant
Vacuumize after leakage detection
and leakage repair. Charge refrigerant
according to specification.
Leakage occurs between high and
low pressure inside compressor
Replace the compressor
Malfunction of four-way valve
Replace the four-way valve
Partial blockage of capillary
Replace the capillary
Blockage of cooling system
Use the method of observing condensation
on the evaporator and pressure value of
high pressure manometer to see whether
the system is blocked and carry out
corresponding handling on the system
Poor thermal insulation of connecting
pipe of indoor and outdoor unit
Air circulation
is insufficient
Ensure that both thick pipe and thin pipe are insulated
well. The exposed part of the connector and copper pipe
must be insulated as well.
Heat exchanger of outdoor unit
is blocked
Clean the dust accumulated on the
surface of the heat exchanger
Air filters are blocked
Clean the filter
Fan speed is set too slow
Set the fan speed to high or medium
speed
Fan speed turns low
Improper installation location
for outdoor unit
Damage of
capacitor
damaged
Replace
capacitor
Damage of
motor
Replace the motor
the
Outdoor unit should be installed in a
place with well ventilation
Outdoor temperature is too high
Flashing or awning can be installed appropriately. If the
max. cooling capacity cannot be satisfied, replacement of
the air conditioner is recommended.
Indoor sealability is inadequate; too many
people go in and out frequently; there is
heating unit in the room.
Maintain a certain degree of indoor sealability. Try not to
use appliance with high amount of heat.
When unit is
cooling or
heating, both
compressor and
outdoor fan don't
run
When unit is
cooling or
heating, the
compressor runs
but outdoor fan
doesn't run
When cooling or
heating, outdoor
fan runs, but
compressor
doesn't run.
When cooling or
heating, outdoor
fan runs, but
compressor
doesn't run.
Fan doesn't run
when FAN mode
is set
Abnormal power supply of outdoor unit
Check the circuit according to circuit diagram
Damage of outdoor main control board
Replace the main control board
Breakage of outdoor power module
Replace the power module
Improper setting of temperature
Adjust the set temperature
Breakage of outdoor fan motor
Replace the fan motor
Wrong wire connection
Wire according to the circuit diagram
Breakage of outdoor main control board
Replace the main control board
Breakage of outdoor fan capacitor
Replace the fan capacitor
Malfunction of compressor
Replace the compressor
Poor contact of connection between the
main control board and module
Re-fasten the connection
Abnormal input of power module
Check if input is 320V. If not, replace the
rectifier
Abnormal output of power module
Replace the power module
Compressor temperature is too high
Cool the compressor for 30 min before running
Wrong wiring
Wire according to the circuit diagram
Damage of outdoor main control board
Replace the outdoor main control board
Burn-out or broken wire of indoor fan
motor
Repair or change the fan motor
Wrong wiring
Wire according to the circuit diagram
Circuit break or damage of fan motor
capacitor
Replace the indoor main control board
Blockage or breakage of drainage hose
Replace the drainage hose
Wrap of refrigerant pipe connector is not
tight enough
Re-wrap and make it tight
Fan of indoor unit contacts other parts
Adjust fan location
There is foreign substance in indoor unit
Take out the foreign substance
Compressor shakes too much
Adjust support washer of the compressor and
tighten loose bolts
Touch of pipeline of outdoor unit
Separate the touched pipeline
Touch of inner plates
1. Tighten connecting screws
2.Stick shock-absorbing clay between plates
Touch of outdoor unit fan blade with
outer case
Adjust louver position
Abnormal sound inside compressor
Replace compressor
Abnormal electromagnetic sound inside
four-way valve when heating
Short circuit inside electromagnetic valve.
Replace the electromagnetic valve
Water leakage
Abnormal sound
and shake
Notes˖
1.When repairing, before the voltage between module PN is measured below 50V, do not touch any terminal
to avoid electric shock.
2.When replacing power module and rectifier, be sure to spread the radiating paste evenly.
12.2
Malfunction display section
Linge Wind D.C. Variable Frequency Series
When malfunction or protection occurs in the air conditioner, corresponding code will be displayed on the screen
of the indoor unit and the indicator of outdoor unit will blink accordingly as well. When protection or malfunction
is eliminated, display will be back to normal
E4: Compressor discharge protection
E5: Low voltage overcurrent protection
E6: Communication malfunction
Display code and
malfunction
description of
indoor unit
F1: Indoor environmental sensor open or short circuit (the malfunction is detected for 30s
continuously)
F2: Indoor evaporator sensor open or short circuit (the malfunction is detected for 30s continuously)
F3: Outdoor environmental sensor open or short circuit (the malfunction is detected for 30s
continuously)
F4: Outdoor condenser sensor open or short circuit (the malfunction is detected for 30s
continuously)
F5: Outdoor discharge sensor open or short circuit (after the compressor runs for 3 min, the
malfunction is detected for 3s continuously)
H1: Defrosting
H3: Compressor overload protection
H4: System malfunction (i.e. overload protection)
H5: IPM module protection
Indicator display
of outdoor unit
(Mainboard) Yellow light blinks 1 time
Compressor is running (this is normal condition
and the display of indoor unit is normal)
(Mainboard) Yellow light blinks 2 times
Defrosting (display H1)
(Mainboard) Yellow light blinks 3 times
Antifreezing protection (display of indoor unit
displays is normal)
(Mainboard) Yellow light blinks 4 times
IPM module protection (corresponds to H5 of
indoor unit)
(Mainboard) Yellow light blinks 5 times
Overcurrent protection (corresponds to E5 of
indoor unit)
(Mainboard) Yellow light blinks 6 times
Overload protection (corresponds to H4 of
indoor unit)
(Mainboard) Yellow light blinks 7 times
Discharge protection (corresponds to E4 of
indoor unit)
(Mainboard) Yellow light blinks 8 times
Compressor overload protection (corresponds to
H3 of indoor unit)
(Mainboard) Red light blinks 1 time
Limited frequency(current)
(Mainboard) Red light blinks 2 times
Dropped frequency (Discharge)
(Mainboard) Red light blinks 3 times
Limited frequency(overload)
(Mainboard) Red light blinks 4 times
Dropped frequency (Antifreeze Protection)
(Mainboard) Red light blinks 5 times
Malfunction of outdoor tube sensor
(Mainboard) Red light blinks 6 times
Malfunction of outdoor environmental sensor
(Mainboard) Red light blinks 7 times
Malfunction of outdoor discharge sensor
(Mainboard) Red light blinks 8 times
Starting temperature is reached. This is normal
condition and display of indoor unit is normal
(Mainboard) Green light blinks
Communication is normal
Indicator display
of outdoor unit
Note: Malfunction display : blind 0.5s; stop 0.5s, there is 2s' interval between two malfunction displays
Analysis or handling of some of the malfunction display:
1. Compressor discharge protection (E4):
Possible reasons: shortage of refrigerant; blockage of air filter; poor ventilation or air flow short pass
for condenser; the system has noncondensing gas (such as air, water etc.); blockage of capillary assy
(including filter); leakage inside four-way valve causes incorrect operation; malfunction of
compressor; malfunction of protection relay; malfunction of discharge sensor; outdoor temperature too
high.
Handling method: refer to the malfunction analysis in the above section.
2. Low voltage overcurrent protection (E5):
Possible reason: Sudden drop of supply voltage.
3. Communication malfunction (E6):
Handling method: Check if communication signal cable is connected reliably
4 Sensor open or short circuit (F1, F2, F3, F4, F5):
Handling method: Check whether sensor is normal, connected with the corresponding position on the
controller and if damage of lead wire is found
5. Compressor overload protection (H3):
Possible reasons: insufficient or too much refrigerant; blockage of capillary and increase of suction temp.;
improper running of compressor, burning in or stuck of bearing, damage of discharge valve;
malfunction of protector.
Handling method: adjust refrigerant amount; replace the capillary; replace the compressor; use
universal meter to check if the contactor of compressor is fine when it is not overheated, if not replace
the protector.
6. System malfunction (H4):
i.e. overload protection. When tube temperature (Check the temperature of outdoor heat exchanger
when cooling and check the temperature of indoor heat exchanger when heating) is too high,
protection will be activated.
Possible reasons: Outdoor temperature is too high when cooling; insufficient outdoor air circulation;
refrigerant flow malfunction.
please refer to the malfunction analysis in the previous section for handling method .
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7. Module protection (H5):
Handling method:
Check if the voltage between power module P and N is too low and
if the current is too high. In normal condition, voltage between P and
N should be about 320V.
Abnormal
Check power supply circuit of outdoor unit (if PTC resistance
rectifying bridge, reactor, capacitance etc. is ok).
Normal
Check if radiating paste is spread
evenly or radiating sticker is stuck
well; if screws of power module
is tightened
Temperature of power module is too high,
which causes overheating protection
Reinstall power module and
re-spread radiating paste or
stick radiating sticker on the
radiator of power module.
Protection is still displayed
Confirm the setting status of outdoor unit (cooling)
Poor radiation, heat exchanger
is dirty
Remove obstructions
and clean
Normal
Confirm if outdoor fan motor is running; unplug the
three connecting wires between U, V, W of compressor Outdoor fan runs
and power module. Turn on the unit to see if outdoor
fan runs normally (about 1 minute)
Confirm if there is voltage output and balance of
voltage between any two phases of U, V and W.
Outdoor fan stops
Measure the voltage of outdoor
fan connector
No
Yes
Whether module type
is correct
Abnormal
No voltage
Replace the mainboard
of outdoor unit
Replace the power module
Normal
Normal voltage
Replace the fan
motor
Replace the module
with correct type
Measure the three-phase
resistance of compressor
Normal
Whether cylinder of
compressor is stuck
If the unit runs normally after connected
with the new compressor for trial run, the
cylinder of original compressor is stuck
Abnormal
Replace the
compressor
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