Installer`s Manual Split System (R-410A) Air Handler for Multi

Installer`s Manual Split System (R-410A) Air Handler for Multi
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Intertek
CONFORMS TO
UL STD. 1995
CERTIFIED TO
CSA STD. C22.2
N0. 236
March 2013
6612991xxxx
The manufacturer has a policy of continuous product and product data improvement and reserves the right to
change design and specifications without notice. Only qualified technicians should perform the installation
and servicing of equipment referred to in this manual.
Supersedes
Date
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Warnings and Cautions
Warnings and Cautions. Notice that warnings and cautions appear at appropriate intervals
throughout this manual. Warnings are provided to alert installing contractors to potential
hazards that could resullt in personal injury or death, while cautions are designed to alert
personnel to conditions that could result in equipment damage.
Your personal safety and the proper operation of this machine depend upon the strict
observance of these precautions.
Attention: Warnings and Cautions appear at appropriate sections throughout this literature.
Read these carefully.
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
NOTICE: Indicates a situation that could result in equipment or property-damage only
accidents.
WARNING
This equipment is to be serviced by professionally trained personnel ONLY. Under
NO circumstances should an unqualified person service it. This equipment contains
refrigerant under PRESSURE and operates at HIGH VOLTAGE. Improperly installed,
adjusted or altered equipment by an unqualified person poses safety hazards including FIRE, ELECTROCUTION, or EXPLOSION, which could result in death or serious
injury.
WARNING
Electrocution and Fire Hazards with Improperly Installed and Grounded
Field Wiring!
Improperly installed and grounded field wiring poses FIRE & ELECTROCUTION hazards. To avoid these hazards, you MUST follow requirements for field wiring installation and grounding as described in the National Electrical Codes (NEC) and your local/
state electrical codes. All field wiring MUST be performed by qualified personnel.
Failure to follow these requirements could result in death or serious injury.
Notice
‹
The total capacity of the indoor units which runs at the same time can not exceed 150% of
that of outdoor units; otherwise, the cooling (heating) effect of each unit would be reduced.
‹
A breaker (or fuse) needs to be installed in every indoor unit, and the capacity should be in
accordance with indoor unit’s electrical parameter; all indoor units are required to be
controlled by a main switch, this switch can cut off the electric power supply in case of
emergency. The breaker (or fuse) on each indoor unit has the function of preventing a short
circuit and avoiding abnormal overload, it should be connected in a normal situation. The
main switch controls the power supply to all of the indoor unitsDŽBefore cleaning and
maintaining the indoor units, it is very important to turn off the main power supply switch.
‹
In order to turn on the units successfully, the main power switch should be applied 8 hours
before the operation.
‹
It is normal for the indoor unit to still run for 20- 70 seconds after the indoor unit receives the
"stop" signal so as to make full use of any remaining heated or cooled air.
‹
When the running modes of the indoor and outdoor units conflict, it will be indicated on the
display of the control panel for five seconds and the indoor unit will stop. At this time, change
the operation mode of the indoor unit to the one that would not conflict with the outdoor
operating mode to make the operation normal. The HEAT mode will conflict with the COOL
mode, DRY mode and FAN mode, while the COOL mode, DRY mode and FAN mode are
compatible between each other.
‹
The appliance shall not be installed in moist places, such as the laundry, kitchen or
bathroom.
‹
Power supply fluctuating range (+/-10%, +/-1Hz) .
‹
Humidity range: 30%~95%.
‹
Main switch is provided by the end user: and must comply with National, State and/or Local
Codes.
‹
The instruction of the main power switch should be included in the user manual
‹
The cooling range of the unit is the outdoor ambient temp 0-110 F(-17~43 ć) DB, the heating
range of the unit (only for the heat pump type unit) is the outdoor ambient temp. 5-75 F
(-15~24ć) DB.
‹
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
This product must not be disposed with domestic waste. This product
must be disposed at an authorized place for recycling of electrical and
electronic appliances.
Thank you for selecting this product. Before use of this product, please
read this instruction manual carefully and keep it for future
reference.
Contents
1 Safety Precautions .......................................................................................................1
2 Installation of the Cassette Type Indoor Unit .............................................................2
2.1 Schematic Diagram of Installation Spaces ...........................................................2
2.2 Installation Location of the Indoor Unit ...............................................................2
2.3 Important Notice: ..................................................................................................3
2.4 Dimension of Ceiling Opening and Location of the Hoisting Screw (M10)….…3
2.5 Main Body of Hoisting Air Conditioner ...............................................................4
2.6 Connection of the Refrigerant Pipe ......................................................................4
2.7 Drain Hose ............................................................................................................5
2.8 Electrical wiring ....................................................................................................7
2.9 Install the Panel .....................................................................................................9
3 Parts and Components of Cassette Type Indoor Unit…….........................................12
4 Working Temperature Range .....................................................................................13
5 Trouble Shooting .......................................................................................................14
6 Maintenance Method .................................................................................................16
6.1 Cleaning Air Filter ..............................................................................................16
6.2 Clean Air Inlet Grille ..........................................................................................17
6.3 Install and Change of Air Purifier .......................................................................17
6.4 Clean Outlet Vent and Surface Panel ..................................................................18
6.5 Maintenance before or after Seasonal Use ..........................................................18
Cassette Type Air Handlers
1 Safety Precautions
Read this manual carefully before using this unit, and operate it correctly according to the
instructions in this manual.
Pay special attention to the meaning of these two marks:
Warning!: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
Notice!: Indicates a situation that could result in equipment or property-damage.
Warning!:
◆ Do not adopt fuse with unsuitable capacity or adopt iron thread instead of fuse, otherwise
malfunction or fire may happen.
◆ Turn off the main power switch immediately if a malfunction is detected.
◆ Keep good ventilation in the room to avoid oxygen deficit.
◆ Do not insert finger or stick like objects into the air inlet/outlet grill.
◆ Wall structure must be adequate to support the weight of the unit. Failure to ensure
adequate structural support could result in the unit falling from its location which could result in
death, serious injury, or equipment and/or property damage.
◆ Do not apply sprays, paints, or insecticides to the surface of the unit as this is a fire hazard.
◆ Do not attempt to repair, replace or relocate the unit. Contact your authorized dealer or
installation professional for service, replacement or relocation of the unit.
Install a separate disconnect at the outdoor unit. The power supply, wiring and
grounding of equipment must comply with National, State and/or Local Codes. The power
supply must agree with the equipment nameplate.
Warning!:
◆ Before using the unit, please check to ensure the piping and wiring are correct to avoid
water leakage, refrigerant leakage, electric shock, or fire, etc.
◆ The main power supply must be grounded to avoid the hazard of electric shock. Never
connect this ground wire to the gas pipe, running water pipe, lightening rod or phone cable's
ground lead.
◆ Turn off the unit after it runs at least five minutes; otherwise its service life will be shortened.
◆ Do not allow children to operate the air conditioner.
◆ Do not operate the unit while wet or if standing in water.
◆ Turn off the main power to the unit before cleaning the unit or changing the filter.
◆ Cut off the main power if the unit will not be used for an extended time.
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2 Installation of the Cassette Type Indoor Unit
2.1 Schematic Diagram of Installation Spaces
H
>20 mm
>0.8 inch
Wall
surface
Wall
surface
Wall
surface
>1500 mm
>59 inch
>71 inch
>1800 mm
>1500 mm
>59 inch
Model
4MXC8512A10N0AA
4MXC8518A10N0AA
4MXC8524A10N0AA
H
260 mm
10.2 inch
Ground
surface
Fig.1
2.2 Installation Location of the Indoor Unit
(1). Avoid locating the indoor unit where the return and/or supply air may be blocked or
obstructed.
(2). Be sure that the installation of the indoor unit conforms to the installation dimension
diagram.
(3). Select a location where the structure can withstand 4 times the weight of the indoor unit to
avoid vibration, noise and possible structure or equipment damage.
(4). Ensure the installation is horizontally level.
(5). Select a location where it is easy to drain the condensing water and connect to the outdoor
unit;
(6). Be sure to leave enough space to allow access for routine maintenance; clearance
between the top of the indoor unit and the floor should be more than 7 feet.
(7). When installing the steeve bolt, check if the installation location can stand 4 times the
weight of the units. If not, reinforce before installation. (Refer to the installation template and find
where it should be reinforced)
Notice!
1). It is not recommended that this unit be installed in or near a kitchen environment. If
adequate distance from the kitchen cannot be achieved, the kitchen must have adequate
ventilation to prevent contamination of the units external and internal working parts.
2). Keep the indoor unit far away from heat sources, vapor and flammable gas
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2.3 Important Notice:
◆ To guarantee optimum performance, the unit must be installed by a qualified technician
according to the instructions in this installer's manual.
◆ This equipment is to be installed and serviced by professionally trained personnel ONLY.
Under NO circumstances should an unqualified person install or service it. Any malfunction caused
by improper installation or service may void all warranties.
30.7in(
Hoisting screw(X4)
Refrigerant pipe
Gaps between hoisting screw rods)
840 mm / 33.1inch Indoor unit
(Decorated surface boards)
650 mm / 25.6 inch
604 mm / 23.8 inch
570 mm / 22.4 inch
400 mm / 15.7 inch
890 mm / 35.0inch
570 mm / 22.4 inch
950 mm / 37.4 inch
650 mm / 25.6 inch
Ceiling (opening)
2.4 Dimension of Ceiling Opening and Location of the Hoisting Screw (M10)
680 mm / 26.8 inch (Gaps between hoisting screw rods)
(Indoor unit)
840 mm / 33 inch
(Ceiling opening)
890mm / 35 inch
950 mm / 37.4 inch
(Decorated surface boards)
A
Model number 12 and 18K
Model number 24K
Fig.2
Install dimension of mode
◆ The drilling of holes in the ceiling must be done by the installing technician.
160 mm
6.3in
Installation stands for main body of the unit
Above 0.8in/20 mm
Fig.3
Notes: The dimension for the ceiling openings with * marks can be as large as 35.8 inches
(910 mm). But the overlapping sections of the ceiling and any decorated surface boards should be
maintained at no less than 0.8 inch (20 mm)
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2.5 Main Body of Hoisting Air Conditioner
(1)
The primary step for installing the indoor unit.
◆ When attaching the hoisting stand with hoisting screw, use a nut and gasket respectively at
the upper and lower section of the hoisting stand to secure it. The use of a washer anchor board
can prevent the washer from breaking off.
(2)
Use installation template.
◆ Please refer to the installation template to verify the dimension of ceiling opening.
◆ The central mark of the ceiling opening is marked on the installation template.
◆ Install the installation template on the unit by bolts (3 pieces), and fix the angle of the
drainage pipe at the outlet vent by bolt.
(3)
Adjust the unit to the suitable installation location. (Refer to the fig.3)
(4)
Check to ensure the unit is horizontal.
◆ Inner drainage pump and float switch are included in the indoor unit, check if the four
corners of every unit are horizontal by water level. (If the unit is slanted toward the opposite side of
the drain pan, there may be malfunction of the float switch and lead to water condensation and
overflow.)
(5)
Backout the washer anchor board used to prevent washer break off and tighten the nut on
(6)
Backout the installation template.
it.
Nut(supplied at site)
Washer(attachment)
Insert
Hoisting stand
Washer anchor board (attachment)
Tighten(double nuts)
[Fix the hoisting stand firmly]
[Fix the washer firmly]
One bolt must be in this location
Center of the ceiling
opening
Water level
Polyethylene pipe
Notice!
Bolt(attachment)
Installation template
Bolt(attachment)
[Fix the installation template]
Fig.4
Tighten the nuts and bolts to prevent the air handler from falling down.
2.6 Connection of the Refrigerant Pipe
◆ When connecting or removing the refrigerant pipe with the unit, use both spanner and
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torque wrench. as shown in fig.5.
◆ When connecting, smear both inside and outside of the flare nut with freeze motor oil, screw
it by hand and then tighten it with spanner.
◆ Refer to Table 1 to check if the nut has been tightened correctly (over tightening would
damage the nut and lead to refrigerant leakage.).
◆ Examine the connection pipe to see if it has refrigerant leakage, then install insulation,
as shown in the Fig.5.
◆ Only use medium-sized foam insulation to entwine the wiring interface of the gas pipe and
insulation of the gas collection tube.
Smear freeze motor oil
here
Foam insulation (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
Wiring interface
Flare nut
Gas collection tube
Liquid inlet tube
Heat preservation
sheath of gas collection
tube (attachment)(for
gas tube)
Fig.5
Form 1: The tightening torque needed for tightening nut
Pipe Diameter
Required Torque
φ6.35 (mm) / φ1/4 (inch)
15-30 (N·m) / 20.3-40.7 (ft·lbf)
φ9.52 (mm) / φ3/8 (inch)
30-40 (N·m) / 40.7-54.2 (ft·lbf)
φ12 (mm) / φ1/2 (inch)
45-50 (N·m) / 61.0-67.8 (ft·lbf)
φ15.9 (mm) / φ5/8 (inch)
60-65 (N·m) / 81.3-88.1 (ft·lbf)
φ19.05(mm)/ φ3/4 (inch)
70-75 (N·m) / 94.9-101.7 (ft·lbf)
2.7 Drain Hose
(1). Install the drain hose
◆ The diameter of the drain hose should be greater than or equal to the connection pipe’s.
(The diameter of polythene pipe: Outer diameter 25mm (1 inch) Surface thickness ≥1.5mm (0.06 inch))
◆ Drain hose should be as short as possible and without sags. It should be pitched away from
the unit at 1/4" per foot to ensure good water drainage.
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◆ If drain hose has droops and sags, drain support straps should be added.
◆ To prevent sags in the drain hose, the distance between support straps should be 39.4 to 59
inches (1 to 1.5 m).
39.4-59 in
1-1.5m
(Correct)1/100 or more gradient
(Wrong)
Fig.6
◆ Use the drain hose and clamp attached. Insert the drain hose to the drain vent, and then
tighten the clamp.
◆ Insert drain pipe into opposite end of drain hose and clamp securely (this clamp
supplied by installer). Do not use adhesive at this joint.
◆ Entwine the foam insulation wrap on the clamp of drain hose to insulate.
◆ Insulation should be done to indoor drain hose.
Clamp (accessory)
Foam wrap (accessory)
Clamp
(accessory)
Foam wrap (gray)
Max. 4mm
Drain Hose
0.16 inch
Fig.7
Drain step-up pipe note
◆ The installation height of the drain raising pipe should be less than 11 inches (280 mm).
◆ The drain raising pipe should form a right angle with the unit, and distance to unit should not
go beyond 11.8 inches (300 mm).
Roof
1-1.5m
Hoisting stand
39.4-59in
Drain hose(attachment)
Drain raising hose
220 mm/8.6 in
Ceiling
Clamp(attachment)
Fig.8
6
Less than 11in(280mm)
Below 19.7in
500mm
Within 300mm / 11.8 in
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Instruction
◆ The fall of the attached drain hose should be within 2.95 inches (75 mm) so that the joint of
Below 75mm
2.9in
Drain hose(attachment)
Below 500mm
19.7in
the drain pipe doesn’t have to endure unnecessary outside force, as shown in Fig 9.
Fig.9
◆ Install the drain hose according to the following process if several drain hoses join together.
Above 3.9in(100mm)
T-tie in joined drain hose
The specs of the selected joined drain hose should fits the running capacity of the unit
.
Fig.10
(2)
Check for good drainage after installation.
t
◆ Check the drainage state by adding 20.3 ounces (600 ml) water slowly from the outlet ven
or test hole.
◆ Check the drainage under cooling mode after electric circuit installation work is done.
Drain hose
[Way of adding water]
Drain vent for repair use
(plastic stopper is included)
(drain the water in water spout
by this outlet vent)
More than 100mm
More than 3.9 inch
Test hole cover
Test hole
[Adding water from the test hole]
Plastic water pot (The length of
the pipe should be more than 3.9 inch (100mm))
[Adding water from the outlet vent terminal]
Fig.11
2.8 Electrical wiring
Notice:The power of the entire indoor unit must be connected with the outdoor unit.
◆ About the electrical wiring, please see the circuit diagram attached with the unit.
◆ All the installation of electrical wiring must be done by qualified electricians.
◆ Make sure all electrical connections are properly grounded.
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Wiring Method of Connection Unit and Controller
◆ Connection wiring (communication):
① Open electric box cover, drag the wiring (communication)from the rubber plug A, and tighten
them individually by impact fastener.
② Wiring according to the indoor side circuit diagram.
◆ Fix the impact fastener after connection.
◆ Entwine the foam insulation on the electric wire( to prevent condensation).
◆ Tighten by impact fastener after connection and then fit on the electric box (1) and (2).
◆ Put the 4-core cable through the hole of the chassis and the bottom of the appliance upward,
and then connect the power line and the communication line from the outdoor unit to the
corresponding terminals N(1), 2, 3 , and grounding terminal of the indoor unit. Wiring shall be done
properly as per the wiring diagram. (Note: Be sure the wiring terminals A/B/C/D and piping joints
A/B/C/D of the indoor unit match with that of the outdoor unit respectively).
To indoor unit
Power supply 3 way
terminal board 4 core
insulated wire
To indoor unit
Impact fastener
Cable-cross loop
Electric box cover(2)
Cable-cross loop
Electric box cover(1)
Seal here to prevent
water leakage
Fig.12
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For example: wiring connection for 4TXM6542A1050BA
INDOOR UNIT E
XT6
G
INDOOR UNIT D
XT5
G
G
INDOOR UNIT B
OUTDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT C
XT4
XT3
G
INDOOR UNIT A
XT2
G
L
N
POWER
XT1
2.9 Install the Panel
1. Set the panel to the indoor unit body by matching the position of the swing flap motor of the
panel to the piping position of the panel to the piping position of the indoor unit as shown by Fig.13.
2. Install the panel
① Install the panel on the indoor unit temporarily. When installing, hang the latch on the hook
that is located on the opposite side of the swing flap on the panel of the indoor unit. (2 positions)
② Hang the remaining 2 latches to the hooks on the sides of the indoor unit.(Be careful not to
let the swing motor lead wire get caught in the sealing material.)
③ Screw the 4 hexagon head screws under the latches in about 0.6 inches (15 mm). (The
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panel would rise)
④ Adjust the panel by turning it toward the direction pointed by the arrow as shown in Fig.13,
so that the adjust board connects with the ceiling well.
⑤ Tighten the screws until the thickness of the sealing material between panel and indoor unit
is reduced to 0.2 - 0.3 inches (5-8 mm).
Hook
Latch
Piping position
Swing flap motor
Sealing material
Indoor unit
Ceiling
0.2in(5mm) to 0.3in(8mm)
Air outlet vent
Decorative panel
Fig.13
Notes:
1). Improper tightening of the screws may cause the problems shown in Fig.14.
Air leak
Air leak from ceiling
Water condensatation, water drop
Fig.14
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2). If a gap still exists between ceiling and decorative panel after tightening the screws, readjust
the height of the indoor unit. (As shown in Fig.15)
If the raising lever and drain hose are
not effective, adjust the height of
indoor unit by the hole on the corner
of panel.
Gaps are not allowed
Fig.15
※ After adjusting, be sure no gap is left between the ceiling and the panel.
3). Wiring of the decorative panel (Fig.16)
Connect the joints for swing flap motor lead wire (at 2 places) installed on the panel.
At body
At body
At pane
Fig.16
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Cassette Type Air Handlers
3 Parts and Components of Cassette Type Indoor Unit
Drainage equipment (inside type)
Discharge condensate water from
indoor unit when cooling
Drainage hose
Guide louver
(placed in air
outlet vent)
Air outlet vent
Connecting pipe
Air filter, purifire
(in air inlet grille)
Air inlet grille
Fig.17
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4 Working Temperature Range
Working Temperature Range
Outdoorside DB( F )
110
0
75
5
Maximum cooling
Minimum cooling
Maximum heating
Minimum heating
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5 Trouble Shooting
Warning!
◆ Turn off the main power switch immediately if a malfunction is detected. Contact your
servicing or installing dealer. If the abnormal state is maintained, the unit may be damaged or
electric shock or fire may occur.
◆ Do not try to move or reposition the conditioner. Please contact the servicing/installing dealer
to repair or move the conditioner.
★ Check the following items before contacting the dealer.
Phenomena
Reason
Remedial Measures
Blown fuse or breaker
Change fuse or close breaker
Power outage
Air conditioner doesn’t
Power supply off
run at all
Low batteries of wireless remote
controller
Turn on power supply
Change new batteries
Signal range should be less
exceeds remote control area
than 26.25 feet (8 m)
Blockage in inlet or outlet vent of
but stops immediately
indoor or outdoor unit
Blockage in inlet or outlet vent of
indoor or outdoor unit
Improper temperature setting
heating
supply
Wireless remote controller
Air conditioner runs
Abnormal cooling or
Restart when there is power
Low setting of fan speed
Incorrect airflow direction
Door or window opened
Direct sun exposure
Filter blocked by dirt
to
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Clean out blockage
Clean out blockage
Adjust settings in wireless
remote controller
Adjust settings in wireless
remote controller
Adjust settings in wireless
remote controller
Close
Hang curtain or shades/blinds
over windows
Clean filter
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★ Instruction
If problem still cannot be solved after checking the above, please contact the installing or
servicing dealer.
★ The following circumstance may not indicate malfunction
“Malfunction”
Reason
Start up unit immediately after
The overload protects switch
turned off
makes it run after 3 minutes delay.
Air conditioner
doesn’t run
When opening power
Mist is blown
cooled rapidly
conditioner
Slight click sound heard once the
Sound of initialization for electronic
unit starts running
expansion valve
Slight hissing sound heard
continuously when cooling
Noise is heard
from air
conditioner
other actions
The high humidity air in room is
When cooling
from air
Run for about 1 minute without
Slight hissing sound heard when
starting or stopping
The sound for gas refrigerant
flowing in the unit
The sound for gas refrigerant
stopping or starting flow
Slight hissing sound heard when
Sound for running of drainage
running or after running
system
The creaking sound caused by
Creaking sound heard when running
or after running
expansion/contraction of panel and
other parts due to the change of
temperature
Dust blown from
air conditioner
Started up after long idle time.
When unit is operating, odors
Odor being
discharged from
Dust in indoor unit being blown out
from the room that were sucked in
When running
are discharged again
air conditioner
★ After-sales Service
If there are any quality or other issues after purchasing air conditioner, please contact the
installing/servicing dealer.
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6 Maintenance Method
When the unit won’t be used for a long time, please cut off the main power supply of air
conditioner.
Warning!
◆ Turn off the unit and cut off the main power supply when cleaning the air conditioner,
otherwise electric shock or injury may occur.
◆ It is forbidden to wash air conditioner by water rinsing, otherwise electric shock may happen.
6.1 Cleaning Air Filter
When the usage environment has lots of dust, air filter should be cleaned more frequently
(about once 6 months).
(1). Open air inlet grille
Pull the 2 handles on air inlet grille at the same time with the direction shown by arrow in Fig.
18, pull it down slowly. (As per the reverse disassembly order when closing)
(2). Disassemble air filter
As shown in Fig. 19, pull the handle behind air inlet grille, raise it and disassemble. Then
remove the 3 purifiers fixed on filter.
purifier
Fig.18
Fig.19
(3). Clean the filter
Use a cleaner or some water to wash filter; if the filter is too dirty ( like oil stain on it ), use some
warm water ( lower than 113℉(45℃)) with neutral detergent to clean it, then dry it in the shade.
Notice!
Do not clean the filter by hot water which temp. is higher than 113℉(45℃) to prevent fading or
deformation.
Do not place the filter near fire; otherwise the filter may catch fire or lead to deformation.
(4). Install air filter
Fix the 3 purifiers on filter, install filter on the several guides on top of air inlet grille, pull the
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handle behind air inlet grille toward inside to fix filter. As shown in Fig. 20.
(5). Close air inlet grille (Refer to the 1st step)
Maintenance Method
Fig.20
Fig.21
6.2 Clean Air Inlet Grille
(1). Open air inlet grille (the same with the 1st step of Clean Air Filter)
(2). Take out air filter (the same with the 2nd step of Clean Air Filter)
(3). Take out air inlet grille
Open air inlet grille for an angle of 45°, as shown in Fig.20, raise it.
(4). Clean
Clean it by soft brush, water and neutral cleanser, rinse and allow to air dry.
Notice!
Do not use water above 113℉(45℃) to wash the panel to prevent fading or deformation.
(5). Install air inlet grille (refer to 3rd step)
(6). Install air filter (refer to the 4th step of Clean Air Filter)
(7). Close air inlet grille (refer to the 1st step)
6.3 Install and Change Air Purifier
(1). Open air inlet grille (the same the 1st step of Clean Air Filter)
(2). Disassemble purifier
As shown in Fig.21, Disassemble air filter, remove fixing bolts fixed on purifier on filter, then
purifier can be disassembled.
(3). Install the filter in frame of purifier,
and fix purifier on air filter.
(4). Install air filter (the same with the 4th step of Clean Air Filter)
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Air filter
Purifier filter
Frame for purifier
Fix bolt of purifier
Fig.22
Usage period for air purifying
◆ Usage period is 6 months to 1 year. If it is necessary to change, purchase new purifier
filter refills from the servicing/installing dealer.
6.4 Clean Outlet Vent and Surface Panel
◆ Clean the surface panel by soft dry cloth or wet cloth with neutral cleanser.
◆ It is forbidden to clean surface panel by gasoline, benzene, diluents, cleansing powder etc..
◆ If the guide louver is too dirty, it may be removed to be cleaned. (As narrated below)
Disassembly and installation of guide louver
(1). Disassemble guide louver
Screw bolts in both ends of guide louver to loosen.
Notice!
Do not forcibly wipe guide louver or use abrasives when cleaning, otherwise surface
layer may be damaged.
(2). Install guide louver
Rotate guide louver slightly to install the protruding edge of both ends into grooves on both
ends of guide louver, and then tighten bolts.
6.5 Maintenance before or after Seasonal Use
Check before the usage season
◆ Check if there is blockage in inlet or outlet vent of air conditioner.
◆ Check if the ground wire has been grounded properly.
◆ Check if the air filter had been installed correctly.
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Cassette Type Air Handlers
◆ In order to start up the air conditioner after long idle time or power disconnect, turn on the
main power supply 8 hours before turning on the air conditioner.
Maintenance after seasonal use
◆ Cut off the main power supply of air conditioner.
◆ Clean filter and body of air conditioner.
◆ The cooling or heating capacity and sound level are tested before leaving factory.
◆ If the parameter changed, refer to the data offered on nameplate.
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