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AS12SGGE
AS09S8GE
SH12ZSG
AQ12SGGE
SH09ZS8
AQ09S8GE
SH07ZS8
AQ07S8GE
CONTENTS
MODEL LINE-UP
1
SEPECIFICATIONS
7
OUTLINE & DIMENTION
11
PERFORMANCE DATA
17
INSTALLATION
23
FEATURES & OPERATION
41
DIAGRAM
57
TROUBLESHOOTING
73
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Model Line-Up
1-1. Model Identification
1-2. Model Line-Up
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MODEL LINE-UP
Model Identification
1-1. Model Identification
Wall Mounted Type Air Conditioner
● Standard type
Model Code
Model Name
I
Q
V
09
A
1
M
E
!
@
#
$
%
^
&
*
$ Capacity
# Tech
Sub_Set
Set
A
None
Indoor
I
Tropical
T
Outdoor
X
INV+R22
V
R22+BLDC
D
Low Temp.
L
R407c
C
R410a
A
! Set Initial
Set
A
Indoor
A
Outdoor
U
@ Mode
R410a+BLDC
^ Used
Btu
General
B
“30”
HP Mark
% Design of
Grille type
S/S Stand
A
Smile
B
C&C
C
V-Lip
D
G Advanced Model P
H/P
Q
C/O
S
G Standard Model
S
G Standard Model
(KL Grille)
K
Interior
I
GE
E
KLIMAT
Y
/
(
)
^ Option
(Outdoor unit sash)
PD(‘00R)
1
PD_MR(‘00R)
2
Active
MD(‘00R)
3
Active + MR
& P/J Name
* Rating Voltage
V2
M
115V, 60Hz
A
A
R
R
220V, 60Hz
B
B
T2
T
208~230V, 60Hz
C
MD_MR(‘00R)
4
INV
C
Fashion
F
200~220V, 50Hz
D
PD2
5
C Specification+MR
D
V3
C
220~240V, 50Hz
E
PD2_MR
6
Active2
E
B
B
MD2
7
G Mold
G
G
G
MD2_MR
8
Used
Q
PD3
9
Used
V
PD3MR
0
Used
A
( Serial Version
Basic
None
M/R
R
Specification change
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MODEL LINE-UP
Model Identification (Cont.)
Wall Mounted Type Air Conditioner
● Separated type of export model for EU in private
Model Code
Model Name
! Products
Separated type
S
H
09
Z
A
1
!
@
#
$
%
^
# Capa
S
@ Function
% Design of
Grille type
Btu
$ Tech
H/P
H
Normal
Z
C/O
C
Tropical
T
INV+R22
V
R22+BLDC
D
Lower temperature model
L
R407c
C
X
&
/
*
(
^ Option
(Outdoor unit sash)
S/S Standard
A
PD
1
Smile
B
PD_MR
2
C&C
C
MD
3
V-Lip
D
MD_MR
4
G Advanced Model P
G Standard Model
S
G Standard Model
(KL Grille)
K
PD2
5
PD2_MR
6
Indoor
None
Outdoor
X
* Serial Version
Basic
None
Specification change A
MD2
7
MD2_MR
8
( Secondary
specification division
Model for Western NONE(EU)
R410a
A
Interior
I
PD3
9
R410a+BLDC
B
Fashion
F
PD3_MR
0
GE
E
Active
A
KLIMAT
Y
A Specification+MR B
INV(VSash)
C
C Specification+MR D
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& Half finished products
G Mold
G
Active2
E
Not used
XZE
Model for Australia XSA
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MODEL LINE-UP
Model Identification (Cont.)
Piping(Parts Box)
Model Code
Model Name
! Piping division
Initial
F
F
S
C
-
14
38
N
A
!
@
#
$
%
^
&
*
@ Products
# Function
Export
RAC
S
Domestic
RAC
R
PAC
Common
$ Division
& Voltage type
H/P
H
Export
None
C/O
C
Domestic
-
P
H/P
H
Cassette
B
C/O
C
Duct
D
Oil
G
Sealing
F
DPM
M
Export
Domestic
Multi
M
% High pressure
Outer diameter
Export
NONE
Domestic
Indoor
N
Outdoor
X
* Version
1/4"
14
Basic
3/4"
38
New1
B
...
...
‘01R Standard
Z
^ Low pressure
Outer diameter
1/4"
12
3/4"
34
3/8"
38
5/8"
58
A
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MODEL LINE-UP
Model Line-Up
1-2. Model Line-Up (2003R)
7K
A
(STEEL)
9K
12K
COOLING
ONLY
7K
B
(MOLD)
9K
12K
7K
C
(STEEL)
9K
12K
HEAT
PUMP
7K
D
(MOLD)
9K
12K
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Indoor Unit
Outdoor Unit
AS07SBGE
US07SBGE
AS07PBGE
US07PBGE
AS09SBGE
US09SBGE
AS09PBGE
US09PBGE
AS12PBGE
US12PBGE
AS12SBGE
US12SBGE
AS07S8GB
US07S8GB
AS07S8GD
US07S8GD
AS07S8GE
US07S8GE
AS09S8GB
US09S8GB
AS09S8GD
US09S8GD
AS09S8GE
US09S8GE
AS12SGGB
US12SGGB
AS12SGGD
US12SGGD
AS12SGGE
US12SGGE
AQ07SBGE
UQ07SBGE
AQ07PBGE
UQ07PBGE
AQ09SBGE
UQ09SBGE
AQ09PBGE
UQ09PBGE
AQ12SBGE
UQ12SBGE
SH07ZS8
SH07ZS8X
AQ07S8GE
UQ07S8GE
SH07ZPG
SH07ZPGX
AQ07P8GE
UQ07P8GE
SH09ZPG
SH09ZPGX
AQ09P8GE
UQ09P8GE
SH09ZS8
SH09ZS8X
AQ09S8GE
UQ09S8GE
SH12ZSG
SH12ZSGX
AQ12SGGE
UQ12SGGE
Piping Unit
FRC1438Z
FRC1438Z
FRC1412Z
FRC1438Z
FRC1438Z
FRC1412Z
FSH1438Z
FSH1438Z
FSH1412Z
FSH1438Z
FSH1438Z
FSH1412Z
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Specifications
2-1. Heat Pump
2-2. Cooling Only
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SPECIFICATIONS
Heat Pump
2-1. Heat Pump
Model
Item
SH12ZSG
AQ12SGGE
Indoor unit Outdoor unit
SH09ZS8
AQ09S8GE
Indoor unit Outdoor unit
SH07ZS8
AQ07S8GE
Indoor unit Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
Wall-mounting
Wall-mounting
Type
Performance
Cooling
kW
3.5
2.7
2.2
Heating
kW
3.8
2.9
2.3
Dehumidifying
I/h
1.9
1.4
0.9
Cooling
Air volume
m3/min
Heating
Cooling
Noise
dB
Heating
Energy efficiency ratio
Cooling
Heating
V-Hz
Operating Current
Power
Cooling
Cooling
5.8
19
19
6.2
19
40
50
38
48
36
47
40
50
38
48
36
47
Length
2.86
3.25
3.22
3.29
1-220 / 240-50
1-220 / 240-50
1-220 / 240-50
1180
960
770
1170
900
700
5.3
4.4
3.3
5.1
4.0
3.1
96.8
94.9
99.9
99.7
97.8
98.2
A
32.0
21.0
18.0
m
-
-
-
-
-
-
A
250V-10 / 16A
250V-10 / 16A
250V-10 / 16A
Number of core wire
Capacity
2.81
2.97
%
Starting current
Outer
Width x Height
mm
890x285x179
660x475x242
795x258x179 660x475x242
Dimension
x Depth
inch
35.0x11.2x7.0 27.4x20.9x11.0 31.3x10.2x7.0 26.0x18.7x9.5
31.3x10.2x7.0 26.0x18.7x9.5
Weight
kg
Refrigerant pipe
Size
19
7.0
A
Heating
Heating
Power cord
6.4
24
W
Heating
Cooling
Power factor
24
8.6
W/W
Power
Power Consumption
7.9
8.5
33.0
Motor
7.5
25.6
ø6.35 x 5
ø6.35 x 5
GAS
mm x L(MT)
ø12.7 x 5
ø9.52 x 5
ø9.52 x 5
D x L(mm)
ø18 x 2000
ø18 x 2000
ø18 x 2000
Rotary
Rotary
Rotary
Type
-
-
-
-
-
-
Rated output
-
-
-
-
-
-
Cross-flow
Propeller
Cross-flow
Propeller
Cross-flow
Propeller
steel
steel
steel
steel
steel
steel
15
25
11
20
11
20
Type
Rated output
W
Heat exchanger
2ROW 12STEP 1ROW 20STEP 2ROW 10STEP 1ROW 18STEP 2ROW 10STEP 1ROW 18STEP
Refrigerant control unit
Freezer oil capacity
cc
Refrigerant to change(R-22)
g
Protection device
26.3
ø6.35 x 5
Type
Blower
7.5
mm x L(MT)
Type
Motor
795x258x179
Liquid
Drain hose
Compressor
695x530x280
CAPILLARY TUBE
CAPILLARY TUBE
CAPILLARY TUBE
600
360
360
820
660
620
RAC 12074-9622
RAC 12054-9622
RAC 12144-9622
Cooling test Condition
INDOOR UNIT : DB27˚C WB19˚C
OUTDOOR UNIT : DB35˚C WB24˚C
Maximum operation Condition
INDOOR UNIT : DB32˚C WB23˚C
OUTDOOR UNIT : DB43˚C WB26˚C
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SPECIFICATIONS
Cooling Only
2-2. Cooling Only
Model
Item
AS12SGGE
Indoor unit
Type
Cooling
Dehumidifying
Performance
Air volume
Cooling
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
\Wall-mounting
BTU/h
12,500
9,200
I/h
1.9
1.4
3
m /min
7.9
40
24
6.4
50
38
19
Cooling
dB
Energy efficiency ratio
Cooling
W/W
2.97
2.81
48
V-Hz
1-220 / 240-50
1-220 / 240-50
Power Consumption
Cooling
W
1180
960
Operating Current
Cooling
A
5.3
4.4
Power factor
Cooling
%
96.8
94.9
A
32.0
21.0
m
-
-
-
-
250V-10 / 16A
250V-10 / 16A
Starting current
Length
Power cord
Number of core wire
Capacity
A
Outer
Width x Height
mm
890 x 285 x 179
695 x 530 x 280
795 x 258 x 179
660 x 475 x 242
Dimension
x Depth
inch
35.0 x 11.2 x 7.0
27.4 x 20.9 x 11.0
31.3 x 10.2 x 7.0
26.0 x 18.7 x 9.5
kg
8.5
32.5
7.5
24.5
Weight
Refrigerant pipe
Size
Outdoor unit
Wall-mounting
Noise
Power
Power
AS09S8GE
Liquid
mm x L(MT)
ø6.35 x 5
ø6.35 x 5
GAS
mm x L(MT)
ø12.7 x 5
ø9.52 x 5
D x L(mm)
ø18 x 2000
ø18 x 2000
Rotary
Rotary
Drain hose
Type
Compressor
Motor
Type
-
-
-
-
Rated output
-
-
-
-
Cross-flow
Propeller
Cross-flow
Propeller
steel
steel
steel
steel
15
25
11
20
1ROW 20STEP
2ROW 10STEP
Type
Blower
Motor
Type
Rated output
W
Heat exchanger
2ROW 12STEP
Refrigerant control unit
1ROW 18STEP
CAPILLARY TUBE
CAPILLARY TUBE
Freezer oil capacity
cc
600
360
Refrigerant to change(R-22)
g
820
660
Protection device
RAC 12074-9622
RAC 12054-9622
Cooling test Condition
INDOOR UNIT : DB27˚C WB19˚C
OUTDOOR UNIT : DB35˚C WB24˚C
Maximum operation Condition
INDOOR UNIT : DB32˚C WB23˚C
OUTDOOR UNIT : DB43˚C WB26˚C
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Outline & Dimension
3-1. Indoor Unit
3-2. Outdoor Unit
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OUTLINE & DIMENSION
Indoor Unit
3-1. Indoor Unit
(Front view)
Air in
C
B
Air out
(Remote control)
115
A
(Rear view)
22
45
(Installation plate)
60
12K
60
7K/9K
252
275
100
45
275
19
252
158
90
Type
A
B
C
7K / 9K
795
258
179
12K
890
285
179
165
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OUTLINE & DIMENSION
Outdoor Unit
3-2. Outdoor Unit
■ 7K / 9K / 12K (A/C series)
11
506
20
252
238
485
658
50
■ 7K / 9K (B/D series)
11
11
506
20
20
457
252
254
230
242
525
475
740
55
660
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OUTLINE & DIMENSION
Outdoor Unit (Cont.)
■ 12K (B/D series)
11
20
489
300
280
530
695
55
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MEMO
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Performance Data
4-1. Performance Data
4-2. Noise Level Measurement
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PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance Data
4-1. Performance Data
4-1-1. Capacity
● 7,000BTU
<Cooling>
<Heating>
<Cooling>
<Heating>
● 9,000BTU
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PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance Data (Cont.)
4-1-1. Capacity (Cont.)
● 12,000BTU
<Cooling>
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PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance Data (Cont.)
4-1-2. Cooling Capacity Correction Factors
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MEMO
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Installation
5-1. Selecting Area for Installation
5-2. Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit
5-3. Performing Leak Tests
5-4. Placing the Indoor Unit in Position
5-5. Checking and Testing Oeprations
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INSTALLATION
Selecting Area for Installation
Select an area for installation that is suitable to customer’s needs.
5-1. Selecting Area for Installation
5-1-1. Indoor Unit
1. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area providing good ventilation.
It must not be blocked by an obstacle affecting the airflow near the air inlet and the air outlet.
2. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area allowing good air handling and endurance of vibration of the indoor unit.
3. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area where there is no source of heat or vapor nearby.
4. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area from which hot or cool air is spread evenly in a room.
5. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area away from TVs, audio units, cordless phones, fluorescent lighting fixtures and other
electrical appliances (at least 1 meter).
6. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area which provides easy pipe connection with the outdoor unit, and easy drainage for
condensed water.
7. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area which is large enough to accomodate the measurements shown in figure on the
next page.
CAUTION
• It is harmful to the air conditioner if it is used in the following environments: greasy areas (including areas near
machines), salty areas such as coast areas, areas where sulfuric gas is present such as hot spring areas.
Contact your dealer for advice.
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INSTALLATION
Selecting Area for Installation (Cont.)
5-1-2. Outdoor Unit
1. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area not exposed to the rain or direct sun light.(Install a separate sunblind if exposed to
direct sun light.)
2. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area allowing the good air moment, not amplifying noise or vibration, especially to avoid
disturbing neighbours. (Fix the unit firmly if it is mounted in a high place.)
3. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area providing the good ventilation and which is not dusty. It must not be blocked by any
obstacle affecting the airflow near the air inlet and the air outlet.
4. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area free from animals or plants.
5. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area not blocking the traffic.
6. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area easy to drain condensed water from the indoor unit.
7. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area which provides easy connection within the maximum allowable length of a coolant
pipe.
☛
If you have used...
Then...
More than “A” metres
of piping
“B”g of refrigerant (R-22)
must be added for each
extra metre.
Less than “A” metres
of piping
The purge time is normal.
Model
A
B
✳✳07/09✳✳
7.5
20
✳✳12✳✳
5.0
30
8. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in an area which is large enough to accommodate the measurements shown in figure on the
next page.
5-1-3. Remote Control Unit
1. Make sure that you install the remote control unit in an area free from obstacles such as curtains etc, which may block signals from the
remote control unit.
2. Make sure that you install the remote control unit in an area not exposed to direct sunlight, and where there is no source of heat.
3. Make sure that you install the remote control unit in an area away from TVs, audio units, cordless phones, fluorescent lighting fixtures
and other electrical appliances (at least 1 meter).
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INSTALLATION
Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit
5-2. Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit
A
B
Indoor unit gas leak test check point
Cut the piping hole
sloped
Cut theslightly
piping hole
3
Indoor unit
Drain hose installation
sloped slightly
1
Piping
Tape vinyl
2
Piping may be laid to the rear, left, right or down.
Left
Right
Rear
Rear
• Wrap the refrigerant pipes and the drain hose up
in the abgorbent pad and the vinyl thape.
300 mm or more
125 mm
or more
125 mm
or more
• Triply wind the pipes and hose to the end of the
indoor unit with the absorbent pad (make intervals
of 20mm)
7metres maximum
600 mm
minimum
15metres
maximum
300 mm
minimum
300 mm
minimum
600 mm
minimum
* The designs of the unit and Connectionvalue are
subject to Change according to the model.
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INSTALLATION
Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit (Cont.)
5-2-1. Fixing the Installing plate.
1. Determine the position of the pipe and drain hose
hole refering to the right figure and drill the hole with an inner diameter of 65mm
so that it slants slightly downwards.
Pipe hole
(Ø65mm)
2. If you are fixing the indoor unit to a… Then follow Steps…
3.
Window frame
4 to 6.
3. Fix the installation plate to the wall in a manner
appropriate to the weight of the indoor unit.
7K/9K
(Unit : mm)
60
Wall
30mm
Installation plate
252
275
19
If you are mounting the plate on a concrete wall with anchor bolts,
anchor bolts must not be projected by more than 20mm.
100
4. Determine the position of the wooden uprights to be attached to the window
frame.
158
12K
60
5. Attach the wooden upright to the window frame in a manner appropriate to the
weight of the indoor unit.
252
275
45
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6. Using tapped screws, attach the installation plate to the wooden upright,
as illustrated in the last figure opposite.
90
165
5-2-2. Purging the Unit
On delivery, the indoor unit is loaded with an inert gas. All this gas must therefore be purged before connecting the assembly
piping. To purge the inert gas, proceed as follows.
Unscrew the cap at the end of each pipe.
Result All inert gas escapes from the indoor unit.
◆ To prevent dirt or foreign objects from getting into the pipes during installation,
do NOT remove caps completely until you are ready to connect the piping.
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INSTALLATION
Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit (Cont.)
5-2-3. Connecting the Assembly Cable (Cooling Oly)
The outdoor unit is powered from the indoor unit via the assembly cable. (7K/9K/12K)
1. Extend the assembly cable if necessary.
2. Open the front grille by pulling on the tab on the lower right and left sides of the
indoor unit.
3. Remove the screw securing the connector cover.
4. Pass the assembly cable through the rear of the indoor unit and connect the assembly
cable to terminals.
◆ Each wire is labelled with the corresponding terminal number.
Indoor
N1 1
unit
5. Firmly fix the ass’y cable with clamp wire holder.
E
N1
11N
E
N1
1
6. Pass the other end of the cable through the 65mm hole in the wall.
7. Replace the connector cover, carefully tightening the screw.
Outdoor
N1 1
unit
8. Close the front grille.
2
3
9. For further details on how to plug the other end of the assembly cable into the
outdoor unit.
5-2-4. Connecting the Assembly Cable (Heat Pump)
The outdoor unit is powered from the indoor unit via the assembly cable. (7K/9K/12K)
1. Extend the assembly cable if necessary.
2. Open the front grille by pulling on the tabs on the lower right and left sides of the
indoor unit.
3. Remove the screw securing the connector cover.
4. Pass the assembly cable through the rear of the indoor unit and connect the
assembly cable to terminals
N1
1
2
3
Indoor
unit
N1
1
2
3
E
N1
1
2
3
E
N1 1
2
3
Outdoor
unit
➢ Each wire is labelled with the corresponding terminal number.
5. Pass the other end of the cable through the 65 mm hole in the wall.
6. Replace the connector cover, carefully tightening the screw.
7. Close the front grille.
8. For further details on how to plug the other end of the assembly cable into the
outdoor unit.
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Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit (Cont.)
5-2-5. Installing and Connecting the Indoor Unit Drain Hose
Care must be taken when installing the drain hose for the indoor unit to ensure that any condensed water is correctly drained outside. When passing the drain hose through the 65mm hole drilled in the wall, check that none of the following situation occur.
5cm less
The hose must
NOT slope
upwards.
The end of the drain
hose must NOT be
placed in water.
Do NOT bend the
hose in different
directions.
Keep a clearance of at
least 5cm between the
end of the hose and the
ground.
Do NOT place the
end of the drain hose
in a hollow.
To install the drain hose, proceed as follows
1. If necessary, connect the 2-meter extension to the drain hose.
2. If you are using the extension, insulate the inside part of the extension
drain hose with a shield.
3. Pass the drain hose under the refrigerant piping, taking care to keep the
drain hose tight.
4. Pass the drain hose through the hole in the wall, making sure that it is
sloping downwards, as shown in the illustrations above.
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Shield
Drain hose
Extension drain hose
The hose will be fixed permanently into
position once the whole installation has been
tested for gas leaks.
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Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit (Cont.)
5-2-6. Flare Modification
● TOOLS USED
● FLARE MODIFICATION PROCEDURE
1. Cut the pipe using a pipe cutter.
Oblique Roughness Burr
90
2. Remove burrs at the tip of the pipe cut.
Pipe
Reamer
CAUTION
• Burrs not removed may result in leakage of gas.
3. Insert a flare nut into the pipe and modify flare.
* Unproper flaring
D
Outer diameter
A(mm)
ø6.35mm
1.3
ø9.52mm
1.8
ø12.7mm
2.0
A
Inclined
Surface
damaged
Cracked
Uneven
thickness
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Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit (Cont.)
5-2-7. Air-Purge Procedure
The outdoor unit is loaded with sufficient R-22 refrigerant for 5 metres of piping. The air in the indoor unit and in the pipe must be
purged. If air remains in the refrigeration pipes, it will affect the compressor, reduce to cooling/heating capacity and could lead to
a malfunction. Refrigerant for air purging is not charged in the outdoor unit. Use Vacuum Pump as shown at the figure.
1. Connect each assembly pipe to the appropriate valve on
the outdoor unit and tighten the flare nut.
2. Referring to the illustration opposite, tighten the flare nut first manually and then
with a wrench, applying the following torque.
Outer Diameter
Torque(kg.cm)
6.35mm
144~176
9.52mm
333~407
12.70mm
504~616
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
A
Gas pipe side C
B
Liquid pipe side D
3. Connect the charging hose of low pressure side of manifold gauge to the packed
valve having a service port as shown at the figure.
4. Open the valve of the low pressure side of manifold gauge counterclockwise.
5. Purge the air from the system using vacuum pump for about 10 minutes.
◆ Close the valve of the low pressure side of manifold gauge
clockwise.
◆ Make sure that pressure gauge show -0.1MPa(-76cmHg)
after about 10minutes.
This procedure is very important in order to avoid gas leak.
◆ Turn off the vacuum pump
◆ Remove the hose of the low pressure side of manifold gauge.
Vacuum
Pump
* The designs and shape are subject to
change according to the model.
Adding Refrigerant
Refrigerant must be added if the piping measures more than 5 metres in length.
This operation can only be performed by a qualified refrigeration specialist.
☛
If you have used...
Then...
More than “A” metres
of piping
“B” of refrigerant (R-22)
must be added for each
extra metre.
Less than “A” metres
of piping
The purge time is normal.
Refer to the Service Manual for more details on this operation.
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MODEL
A
B
✴✴07/09✴✴
7.5
20
✴✴12✴✴
5.0
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Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit (Cont.)
6. Set valve cork of both liquid side and gas side of packed valve to the open
position.
7. Mount the valve stem nuts and the service port cap to the valve, and tighten
them at the torque of 18N.m with a torque wrench.
8. Check for gas leakage.
◆ At this time, especially check for gas leakage from 3-way valve’s stem nuts,
and from the service port cap.
B
(liquid)
Valve stem
A
(gas)
Stem cap
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5-2-8. Refrigerant Refill
● Refill an air-conditioner with refrigerant when refrigerant has been leaked at installing or using.
1
Purge air(for new installation only).
▼
2
Turn the 3-way valve clockwise to close,
connect the pressure gauge (low pressure side)
to the service valve, and open the 3-way
valve again.
▼
3
Suspension hook
Compound
gauge
Connect the tank to refill with refrigerant
Hand
wheel
Finger tight
fittings
▼
4
Set the unit to cool operation mode.
▼
5
* It is recommended not to pour the refrigerant in
too quickly, but gradually while operating a pressure valve.
▼
Stop operation of the air conditioner.
▼
8
Close the 3-way valve, disconnect the pressure
gauge, and open the 3-way valve again.
▼
9
Connected to
high pressure
side
Charging
line
* Standard pressure is should be 4.5~5.5kg/cm2
in a regular, high operation mode.
Open the refrigerant tank and fill with refrigerant
until the rated pressure is reached.
7
For mounting
other and of
hose when
not in use
Check the pressure indicated by the pressure
gauge(low pressure side).
▼
6
High
pressure
gauge
Close the cap of each valve.
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Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit (Cont.)
5-2-9. Refrigerant Adjustment
Class
Connection
Pipe Length
Standard
5m
At installation
At service
Air-Purge
Method
Refrigerant
Adjustment
Refer to the
detailed Air-Purge
Procedure
Unnecessary
Max.
~15m
Air-Purge
Method
Refrigerant
Quantity
Purge air using a
vacuum pump
or an additional
refrigerant cylinder.
Add “A” of refrigerant
(R-22) for every 1m.
refer to
specification sheet
Add “A” of refrigerant
(R-22) for every 1m.
It would be the best choice to use the standard tube length to keep the basic
quality of Room Air conditioner, for example cooling and heating capacity, sound level,
vibration level, and reliability.
But, according to a certain different installation condition, the connection
tube length could be changed in the recommendation length that is shown above.
In this case, installer should keep the installation condition to keep the quality of Room Air
conditioner.
MODEL
“A”
“B”
7K/ 9K
20(g/m)
7.5
12K/
30(g/m)
5.0
❇ Refrigerant should be charged additionally as written above according to the change of the length of the connection tube.
It needs to affect the decrease in cooling and heating capacity or of the reliability of compressor that may be caused by a lack of
refrigerant.
❇ Installation position difference between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit should not exceed over than “B” meters.
❇ When the connection pipe is been extended longer than 5 meters, it might need to change the diameter of the
electrical wire to a larger size in order to keep a voltage drop for starting room air conditioner is not less
than 85% of the rated voltage. And then, a voltage meter will be useful to check the rate of the voltage drop.
5-2-10. Flare Nut Fixing Torque
Torque (kg-cm)
Outer diameter
Fixing Torque
Final Torque
ø 6.35 mm
(Liquid Side)
160
200
ø 9.52 mm
(Gas Side)
300
350
ø 12.7 mm
(Gas Side)
500
550
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Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit (Cont.)
5-2-11. “Pump down” Procedure
Pump down will be carried out when an evaporator is replaced or when the unit is relocated in another area.
1
Remove the caps from the 2-way valve and the
3-way valve.
▼
2
Turn the 3-way valve clockwise to close and
connect a pressure gauge (low pressure side)
to the service valve, and open the 3-way valve
again.
▼
3
Set the unit to cool operation mode.
(Check if the compressor is operating.)
2-Way Valve
▼
4
Turn the 2-way valve clockwise to close.
3-Way Valve
▼
5
When the pressure gauge indicates "0" turn the
3-way valve clockwise to close.
▼
6
Stop operation of the air conditioner.
▼
7
Close the cap of each valve.
Relocation of the Air Conditioner
• Refer to this procedure when the unit is relocated.
1. Carry out the pump down procedure (refer to the details of 'pump down').
2. Remove the power cord.
3. Disconnect the assembly cable from the indoor and outdoor units.
4. Remove the flare nut connecting the indoor unit and the pipe.
At this time, cover the pipe of the indoor unit and the other pipe using a cap or vinyl plug to avoid foreign material entering.
5. Disconnect the pipe connected to the outdoor unit.
At this time, cover the valve of the outdoor unit and the other pipe using a cap or vinyl plug to avoid foreign material entering.
6. Make sure you do not bend the connection pipes in the middle and store together with
the cables.
7. Move the indoor and outdoor units to a new location.
8. Remove the mounting plate for the indoor unit and move it to a new location.
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Performing Leak Tests
5-3. Performing Leak Tests
●
Before completing the installation (insulation of the cable, hose and piping and fixing of the indoor unit to the
installation plate), you must check that there are no gas leaks.
To check for gas leaks on the...
Then, using a leak detector,
check the...
Indoor unit
Flare nuts at the end of sections
C and D.
Outdoor unit
Valves on sections A and B.
C
D
A
B
❊ The designs and shape are subject to
change according to the model.
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Placing the Indoor Unit in Position
5-4. Placing the Indoor Unit in Position
●
Once you have checked that there are no leaks in the system, you can insulate the piping, hose and cables and place
the indoor unit on the installation plate.
1. To avoid condensation problems, place heat-resistant polyethylene foam
separately around each refrigerant pipe in the lower part of the indoor unit.
2. Wind insulating tape around the pipe, assembly cable and drain hose.
3. Place the resulting bundle carefully in the lower part of the indoor unit,
making sure that it does not jut out from the rear of the indoor unit.
4. Hook the indoor unit up to the installation plate and move the unit to the
right and left until you are sure that it is securely to place in.
5. Finish wrapping insulating tape around the rest of the piping leading
to the outdoor unit.
6. Using clamps (optionally supplied), attach the piping to the wall
wherever possible.
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Checking and Testing Operations
5-5. Checking and Testing Operations
●
To complete the installation, perform the following checks and tests to ensure that the air conditioner is operating
correctly.
1. Review all the following elements in the installation:
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
Installation site strength
Piping connection tightness to detect any gas leakages
Connection wiring
Heat-resistant insulation of the piping
Drainage
Earthing wire connection
Correct operations (follow the steps below)
2. Press the On/Off button.
Result
◆ The indicator lights on the indoor unit flash at half-second intervals.
◆ While the indoor unit opens, the indoor unit fan runs to start.
3. Press the
Result
button.
◆ The outdoor unit operates in cooling or heating mode as following the
room temperature.
4. Air flow direction
◆ Press the
button and check that the air flow blades work properly.
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Features & Operation
6-1. The Feature of key in Remote Control
6-2. Details for Operation Property
6-3. Operating Recommendations
6-4. Temperature and Humidity Ranges
6-5. Pressure Graph
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The Feature of key in Remote Control
6-1. The Feature of key in Remote Control
NO
FUNCTION OF KEY
NAMED OF KEY
Power On/Off button to start and stop air conditioner or timer set up.
1
(UP)
Temp. up button.
To increase the temperature by the pressing the temperature button.
(DOWN)
Temp. down button.
To decrease the temperature by the pressing the temperature button.
2
Each time you press this button
Mode is changed in the following order
√ In
case of Heat pump model
: Auto Mode
: Fan Only
: Cool Mode
: Heat Mode
: Dry Mode
3
√ In
case of Cooling only model
Press the
button one or more times until
appears. The air conditioner
cools or heats the room as quickly as possible. After 30minutes,
the air conditioner is reset automatically to the previous mode.
4
Press the
button one or more times until
appears. The sleep timer can be used
when you are cooling or heating your room to switch the air conditioner off
automatically after a period of six hours.
Each time you press this button,
FAN SPEED is changed in the following order.
5
6
Adjust air flow vertically.
7
The On Timer enables you to switch on the air conditioner automatically
after a given period of time that is from 30 minutes to 24 hours.
To cancel, press the
(Set/Cancel) button.
8
The Off Timer enables you to switch off the air conditioner automatically
after a given period of time that is from 30 minutes to 24 hours.
To cancel, press the
(Set/Cancel) button.
9
If you wish to save energy when using your air conditioner, select the Energy saving
mode with the Energy saving button.
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Details for Operation Property
6-2. Details for Operation Property
1.
AUTO MODE : In this mode, operation mode(COOL, HEAT)
is selected automatically by the room temperature of initial
operation.
√ In case of Heat pump model.
Room Temp
Operation Type
Tr≥ 21°C+∆T
Cool Operation (Set Temp:24˚C+∆T)
21°C +∆T>Tr
Heat Operation (Set Temp:22˚C+∆T)
*Deice : Deicing operation is controlled by indoor unit's
heat exchanger temperature and accumulating time of
compressor's operation.
Deice ends by sensing of the processing time by deice
condition.
4.
DRY MODE : Has 3 states, each determined by room
temperature.
The unit operates in DRY mode.
*Compressor ON/OFF Time is controlled compulsorily(can
not set up the fan speed, always breeze).
*Protective function : Low temperature release. (Prevention
against freeze)
5.
TURBO MODE : This mode is available in AUTO, COOL,
HEAT, DRY, FAN MODE.
When this button is pressed at first, the air conditioner is
operated “powerful” state for 30 minutes regardless of the
set temperature, room temperature.
When this button is pressed again, or when the operating
time is 30 minutes, turbo operation mode is canceled and
returned to the previous mode.
*But, if you press the TURBO button in DRY or FAN mode
that is changed with AUTO mode automatically.
6.
SLEEP MODE : Sleep mode is available only in COOL or
HEAT mode.
The operation will stop after 6 hours.
*In COOL mode : The setting temperature is automatically
raised by 1°C each 1hour When the temperature has been
raised by total of 2°C, that temperature is maintained.
*In HEAT mode : The setting temperature is automatically
dropped by 1°C each 1hour.
When the temperature has been dropped by total of 2°C,
that temperature is maintained.
√ In case of Cooling only model.
Operation Type
Room Temp.
Tr≥ 25°C+∆T
Compressor ON
Tr≥ 24°C+∆T
Compressor OFF
Cool Operation
∆T= -1°C, -2°C, 0°C+1°C+2°C
∆T is controlled by setting temperature up/down key of
remote control
2.
COOL MODE : The unit operates according to the difference
between the setting and room temperature. (18°C~30°C)
3.
HEAT MODE(In case of Heat pump model) :
The unit operates according to the difference between the
setting and room temperature.(16°C~30°C)
*Prevention against cold wind : In order to prevent the cool
air from flowing out at the heat mode, the indoor fan does
not operate or operates very slowly in the following cases.
At this time, the indoor heat exchanger will be preheating.
- For 3~5 minutes after the initial operation
- For deicing operation
- The operation of an indoor fan in accordance with the
temperature of an indoor heat exchanger
The temperature of
indoor heat exchanger
Indoor fan speed
below 28˚C
off
28˚C~below 34˚C
LL Speed
34˚C~below 40˚C
L Speed
above 40˚C
Setting Speed
*High temperature release function : It is a function to detect
an outdoor overload by the sensor of an indoor heat
exchanger and to turn the outdoor fan or the compressor
ON/OFF for safety.
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Details for Operation Property (Cont.)
7.
8.
9.
FAN SPEED : Manual (3 step), Auto (4 step)
Fan speed automatically varies depending on both the
difference between setting and the room temperature.
COMPULSORY OPERATION :
For operating the air conditioner without the remote control.
*The operating is the same function that AUTO MODE in the
remote controller.
SWING : BLADE-H is rotated vertically by the stepping
motor.
*Swing Set : Press the
button under the remote control
is displayed on LCD the
and the blades move up and
down. If the one more time press the
button, blades
location is stop.
10. SETTING THE ON/OFF TIMER. :
*ON TIMER : The On Timer enables you to switch on the
air conditioner automatically after a given period of time.
You can set the period of time from 30 minutes to 24 hours.
*OFF TIMER : The Off Timer enables you to switch off the
air conditioner automatically after a given period of time.
You can set the period of time from 30 minutes to 24 hours.
11. SELF DIAGNOSIS
LAMP of Display Monitor
TURBO
Description
OPERATION
TIMER
ENERGY
SAVING
Indoor unit room temperature sensor
error(open or short)
Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature sensor error(open or short)
Indoor fan motor malfunction
EEPROM error
Option error(option wasn’t set up or
option data error)
: Lamp off
: Lamp flickering
12. BUZZER SOUND : Whenever the ON/OFF button is pressed
or whenever change occurs to the condition which is set up
or select, the compulsory operation mode, buzzer is sounded "beep".
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Details for Operation Property (Cont.)
6-2-1. Cooling Mode Operating
When selecting the Cooling Mode Operation, the unit will
operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the
operation is as well as the following. Room temperature can be
set in 1°C steps in the range of 18 to 30°C.
Room Temp.(°C)
Ts+1
Ts
Time
On
Compressor
On
Off
♦ Ts means Remote Controller setting Temperature
6-2-2. Heating Mode Operation(In case of Heat pump model)
When selecting the Heating Mode Operation, the unit will
operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the
operation is as well as the following. Room temperature can be
set in 1°C steps in the range of 16 to 30°C.
Room Temp.(°C)
Ts+5
Ts+3
Time
Compressor
On
On
Off
6-2-3. Automatic Operation
When Automatic operation is set by the remote controller, the air conditioner senses the room temperature then automatically selects
the operation mode and setting temperature.
1. In case of Heat pump model.
Operating Mode
Setting Temp.
Room Temp ≥ 21°C + ∆T
Cooling
Tsp = 24°C + ∆T
Room Temp < 21°C + ∆T
Heating
Tsp = 22°C + ∆T
Remarks
∆T = -2, -1, 0, 1, 2°C
1. ◆ In case that Room Temp. ≥ 21°C + ∆T, the unit is operated in the Cool Mode.
1. ◆ In case that Room Temp. < 21°C + ∆T, the unit is operated in the Heat Mode.
1. ◆ ∆T means that user is able to change setting temperature within ±2°C.
2. In case of Cooling only model.
Operating Type
Cool Operation
Room Temp.
Remarks
Tr≥ 25°C + ∆T
Compressor ON
Tr≤ 24°C + ∆T
Compressor OFF
1. ◆ In case the Room Temp. ≥ 25°C + ∆T, the unit is operated Compressor.
1. ◆ In case the Room Temp. ≤ 24°C + ∆T, the unit is not operated Compressor.
1. ◆ ∆T means that user is able to change setting temperature within ±2°C.
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Details for Operation Property (Cont.)
6-2-4. Sleeping Operation
● AT COOLING MODE
6h
When you set the sleep mode, the following movement will start
to avoid over cooling.
◆ The indoor fan speed is fixed by setting the remote controller.
◆ The setting temperature will rise by 1°C at the starting of
operation and by 1°C one hour later.
◆ The operation will stop after 6 hours.
1h
1h
Ts+2
1°C up
Ts+1
1°C up
Ts
Start
Stop
Start
Stop
● AT HEATING MODE
When you set the sleep mode, the following movement will
start to avoid overheating.
◆ The indoor fan speed is fixed by setting the remote
controller.
◆ The setting temperature will be dropped by 1°C at the
starting of operation and by 1°C one hour later.
◆ The operation will stop after 6 hours.
Ts+5
1°C down
Ts+4
Ts+3
Ts+3
Ts+2
1h
1°C down
Ts+1
1h
6hr
6-2-5. Turbo Operation (Cooling or Heating Mode)
If turbo operation is selected during heating or cooling mode, compressor is operated for 30minutes regardless of room temperature.
After 30minutes of turbo operation the unit will operate in normal state
High(HEAT)
Turbo(COOL)
<Indoor FAN Speed>
Setting Speed
Setting Speed
30 min
<COMP_or Control>
<Operation MODE>
COMP_or ON
TURBO Operation
TURBO Operation
Start
TURBO Operation
End
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Details for Operation Property (Cont.)
6-2-6. Indoor fan control in the Heating Mode
Indoor fan is controlled depending on the temperature of indoor heat exchanger in the heating mode.
● INDOOR FAN CONTROL
◆ When compressor begins operating
The temperature of indoor heat exchanger
Indoor fan speed
below 28°C
off
28°C ~ below 34°C
LL speed
34°C ~ below 40°C
L speed
above 40°C
setting speed
◆ When compressor stops operating
The temperature of indoor heat exchanger
Indoor fan speed
above 20°C
UL speed
below 20°C
off
after 10 minutes when compressor stops operating
off
When compressor is on
When compressor is off
40°C
34°C
28°C
20°C
Setting speed
L Speed
LL Speed
OFF
UL
ON
OFF
Compressor
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Details for Operation Property (Cont.)
6-2-7. Overload protection control
● AT HEATING MODE
◆ If indoor heat exchanger temp. is over 53°C, outdoor fan turns off.
◆ If indoor heat exchanger temp. is over 60°C, outdoor compressor stops and Indoor fan speed is low.
◆ After compressor and fan are off if indoor heat exchanger temp. is below 50°C, indoor fan and outdoor compressor and outdoor
fan operate normally.
Indoor Heat Exchanger Temp.
60˚C + offset
53˚C + offset
50˚C + offset
Time
3min Delay
On
On
Compressor
Off
Outdoor Fan
On
On
Off
2Sec
Indoor Fan
Setting Speed
Low Speed
*offset = 0, 1, 2, 3˚C
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Details for Operation Property (Cont.)
6-2-8. Low Temp Release
● AT COOLING MODE
◆ If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is below -1°C for over 6minutes, the outdoor fan turns off.
◆ If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 5°C during the first protection function, the first freezing protection
function is released and the outdoor fan turns on.
◆ If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger increase over 0°C during 6 minutes counting, 6 minutes counter is cleared.
◆ If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger maintains for a minute at -4°C during the 6 minutes counting, switch off the
compressor.
◆ If the compressor is off by Low Temp. Release, 5 minutes release is impossible.
◆ Operating Pattern
Indoor Heat exchanger Temp.(˚C)
5[˚C]
0[˚C]
-1[˚C]
6min
COUNT
ON
6min
COUNT
OFF
6min
COUNT
ON
6min
Low temp.
release
OFF
Low temp.
release
ON
3sec
COMP_or
ON
OFF
ON
2sec
Outdoor FAN
ON
OFF
ON
Indoor FAN
Setting Fan speed
"LL"
Setting Fan speed
*LL = Low FAN speed – 35rpm
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Details for Operation Property (Cont.)
6-2-9. Defrost control
Defrost operation is controlled by sensing the temperature of indoor heat exchanger
◆ How to sense defrost conditions
A condition
The temperature of indoor heat exchanger is checked in intervals of 1 minute. In case the temperature of indoor heat exchanger drops more
than 0.5°C for 6 minutes, it is considered as one cycle. If it happens 3 times continuously, It is said that “ A condition” is satisfied.
B condition
If the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is below about 40±3°C when the compressor is on, it is considered as defrost “B condition”
C condition
When the accumulating time of compressor ON is over 20 minutes.
D condition
When the accumulating time of compressor ON is over 3Hr.
E condition
When operating time of compressor without stopping is over 6 minutes.
F condition
If the compressor is off(thermo off) when the temperature of indoor heat exchanger is below about 46°C, it is considered as one cycle.
If it happens 2 times continuously, It is said that “F condition” is satisfied.
G condition
When the accumulating time of compressor ON is over 90 minutes.
◆ Defrost operation conditions
A✕B✕C condition or
B✕D✕E condition
F✕G condition
Defrost time : 5~8 minutes
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Details for Operation Property (Cont.)
◆ Operation pattern
Defrost Time
Defrost
Compressor
1min
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
Outdoor Fan
more than 58sec
Off
Thermo On
2sec
On
55sec
4Way Valve
On
55sec
Off
Indoor Fan
Setting Speed
On
1min
Off
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Operating Recommendations
6-3. Operating Recommendations
● Here are a few recommendations that you should follow when using your air conditioner.
Topic
Heating performances
Recommendation
The heat pump absorbs heat from outside air and brings it indoors.
If the temperature of the outside air drops, the air conditioner will heat less. If you find
that the room is not warm enough, use an additional heating appliance.
Warm air circulation
The air conditioner circulates warm air to heat your room; as a result, some time will be
required after starting the air conditioner to warm the entire room. If necessary, set the air
conditioner going a short time before you wish to use the room.
Frost
When outside temperatures are low and humidity is high, frost may form in the outdoor
unit when heating with your air conditioner.
If this happens:
◆ The heating operation is stopped.
◆ The Deice mode is triggered automatically for about seven minutes
◆ The OPERATION indicator on the indoor unit lights up red.
No intervention is required from you; after about seven minutes, the air conditioner
starts operating again normally.
High indoor and outdoor
temperatures
If both the indoor and outdoor temperatures are high and you select the
the Heat mode, the outdoor unit’s fan and compressor may stop.
This is normal; simply wait until the air conditioner switches on again.
Power failure
If a power failure occurs when the air conditioner is operating, the unit is switched off.
When the power returns, you must press
(On/Off) to restart it.
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Temperature and Humidity Ranges
6-4. Temperature and Humidity Ranges
● The following table indicates the temperature and humidity ranges within which the air conditioner can be used.
If the air conditioner is used at...
Then...
High temperatures
The automatic protection feature may be triggered and the air conditioner
stopped.
Low temperatures
A water leakage or some other malfunction may happen if the
heat exchanger freezes.
High humidity levels
Water may condense on and drip from the surface of the indoor unit
if it is used for long periods.
Mode
Outdoor Temperature
Indoor Temperature
Indoor Humidity
Heating
0°C to 24°C approx.
27°C or less
-
Cooling
21°C to 43°C approx
18°C to 32°C approx.
80% or less
Drying
18°C to 43°C approx.
18°C to 32°C approx.
-
❇ If the heating operation is used at below 0°C(outdoor temperature) then, does not have a full capacity.
If the cooling operation is used at over 33°C(indoor temperature) then, does not have a full capacity.
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Pressure Graph
6-5. Pressure Graph
❏ 7K BTU
32.4/24.0
30.6/22.5
6
28.8/21.0
27.0/19.0
24.0/17.0
5
21.5/15.0
Indoor inlet air D.B. temp (˚C)
Low pressure (kg/cm2G)
7
4
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor inlet air D.B. temp (˚C)
❏ 9K BTU
32.4/24.0
30.6/22.5
5.5
28.8/21.0
27.0/19.0
24.0/17.0
4.5
21.5/15.0
Indoor inlet air D.B. temp (˚C)
Low pressure (kg/cm2G)
6.5
3.5
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor inlet air D.B. temp (˚C)
❏ 12K BTU
32.4/24.0
30.6/22.5
5.5
28.8/21.0
27.0/19.0
24.0/17.0
4.5
21.5/15.0
Indoor inlet air D.B. temp (˚C)
Low pressure (kg/cm2G)
6.5
3.5
20
25
30
35
40
45
Outdoor inlet air D.B. temp (˚C)
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Diagram
7-1. Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram
7-2. Circuit Diagram
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DIAGRAM
Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram
7-1. Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram
7-1-1. Cooling Only
❏ 7K / 9K
STANDARD 7000 / 9000BTU COOLING ONLY
(A/C Series)
Valve-4 Way
Air-in
Capi
Valve Packed 1/4"
Valve Packed 3/8"
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DIAGRAM
Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram (Cont.)
STANDARD 7000 / 9000BTU COOLING ONLY
9000 BTU
(B/D Series)
7000 BTU
Valve-4 Way
Air-in
Capi
Valve Packed 1/4"
Valve Packed 3/8"
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DIAGRAM
Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram (Cont.)
❏ 12K
STANDARD 12000BTU COOLING ONLY
Valve-4 Way
(A/C Series)
Air-in
Capi
Valve Packed 1/4"
Valve Packed 1/2"
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DIAGRAM
Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram (Cont.)
STANDARD 12000BTU COOLING ONLY
(B/D Series)
Valve-4 Way
Air-in
Capi
Valve Packed 1/4"
Valve Packed 1/2"
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DIAGRAM
Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram (Cont.)
7-1-2. Heat Pump
❏ 7K / 9K
STANDARD 7000 / 9000BTU HEAT-PUMP
(A/C Series)
7000, 9000 BTU
Valve-4 Way
Air-in
Capi
Valve Packed 1/4"
Valve Packed 3/8"
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DIAGRAM
Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram (Cont.)
STANDARD 7000 / 9000BTU HEAT-PUMP
9000 BTU
(B/D Series)
7000 BTU
Valve-4 Way
Air-in
Capi
Valve Packed 1/4"
Valve Packed 3/8"
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DIAGRAM
Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram (Cont.)
❏ 12K
STANDARD 12000BTU HEAT-PUMP
(A/C Series)
Valve-4 Way
Air-in
C-Capi
H-Capi
Check-Valve
Valve Packed 1/4"
Valve Packed 1/2"
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DIAGRAM
Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram (Cont.)
STANDARD 12000BTU HEAT-PUMP
(B/D Series)
Valve-4 Way
Air-in
C-Capi
H-Capi
Check-Valve
Valve Packed 1/4"
Valve Packed 1/2" 12K BTU
Valve Packed 3/8" 7K/9K BTU
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DIAGRAM
Circuit Diagram
7-2. Circuit Diagram
7-2-1. 7K / 9K
● Indoor Unit
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DIAGRAM
Circuit Diagram (Cont.)
7-2-2. 12K
● Indoor Unit(AC Part)
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DIAGRAM
Circuit Diagram (Cont.)
7-2-3. 12K
● Indoor Unit(DC Part)
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DIAGRAM
Circuit Diagram (Cont.)
● OUTDOOR UNIT
❏ 7K / 9K / 12K(Cooling only model)
(A/C series)
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
C1 : MOTOR CAPACITOR
Code No : DB68-01625A
C2 : COMP CAPACITOR
(B/D series)
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
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C1 : MOTOR CAPACITOR
FM : FAN MOTOR
C2 : COMP CAPACITOR
O.L.P : OVER LOAD PROTECTOR
S : SPARK KILLER
Code No : DB98-09522A
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DIAGRAM
Circuit Diagram (Cont.)
● OUTDOOR UNIT
❏ 7K / 9K / 12K(Heat pump model)
(A/C series)
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
C1 : MOTOR CAPACITOR
FM : FAN MOTOR
C2 : COMP CAPACITOR
O.L.P : OVER LOAD PROTECTOR
Code No : DB98-11762A
(B/D series)
DIAGRAM-OUTDOOR
C1 : MOTOR CAPACITOR
FM : FAN MOTOR
C2 : COMP CAPACITOR
O.L.P : OVER LOAD PROTECTOR
S : SPARK KILLER
Code No : DB68-02773A
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Troubleshooting
8-1. Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (7K/9K)
8-2. Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (7K/9K)
8-3. Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (12K)
8-4. Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (12K)
8-5. Set up the Model Option
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (7K/9K)
8-1. Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Coolin Only (7K/9K)
8-1-1. Items to be checked first
1)
The input voltage should be rating voltage ±10% range.
The airconditioner may not operate properly if the voltage is out of this range.
2)
Is the link cable linking the indoor unit and the outdoor unit linked properly?
The indoor unit and the outdoor unit shall be linked by 3 cables.
Check the terminals if the indoor unit and outdoor unit are properly linked by the same number of cables.
Otherwise the airconditioner may not operate properly.
3)
When a problem occurs due to the contents illustrated in the table below it is a symptom not related to the malfunction of the
airconditioner.
NO
Operation of air conditioner
1
The OPERATION indication LED blinks when a
power plug of the indoor unit is plugged in for the first time.
It indicates power is on. The LED stops blinking if the operation
ON/OFF button on the remote control unit is pushed.
2
In a COOL operation mode, the compressor does not
operate at a room temperature higher than the setting
temperature that the INDOOR FAN should operate.
In happens after a delay of 3 minutes when the compressor is
reoperated. The same phenomenon occurs when a power is on.
As a phenomenon that the compressor is reoperated after a delay
of 3 minutes, the indoor fan is adjusted automatically with reference
to a temperature of the air blew
3
Fan speed setting is not allowed in AUTO or DRY mode.
The speed of the indoor fan is set to LL in DRY mode.
Fan speed is selected automatically in AUTO mode.
4
Compressor stops operation intermittently in DRY mode.
Compressor operation is controlled automatically in DRY mode
depending on the room temperature and humidity.
5
Timer LED of the indoor unit lights up and the
air conditioner does not operate.
Timer is being activated and the unit is in ready mode.
The unit operates normally if the timer operation is cancelled.
6
The compressor stops intermittently in a COOL mode or
DRY mode, and fan speed of the indoor unit decreases.
The compressor stops intermittently or the fan speed of the indoor
unit decreases to prevent inside/outside air frozen depending on the
inside/outside air temperature.
4)
Explanation
Indoor unit observes operation condition of the air conditioner, and displays self diagnosis details on the display panel.
LAMP of Display Monitor
Description
TURBO
OPERATION
TIMER
SAVING
Indoor unit room temperature sensor error(open or short)
Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature sensor error(open or short)
Indoor fan motor malfunction
EEPROM error
Option error(option wasn’t set up or option data error)
: Lamp off
: Lamp flickering
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (7K/9K) (Cont.)
8-1-2. Fault Diagnosis by Symptom
◆ No Power (completely dead)-Initial diagnosis
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal?
(2) Is AC power linked correctly?
(3) Is input voltoge of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (11VDC-12.5VDC)
(4) Is output voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (4.5VDC-5.5VDC)
2) Troubleshooting procedure
Unplug the power cord and
plug it after 5 seconds
Press the Power Button on the
remote control unit to
operate the air conditioner
operate
◆ Check the of indoor unit display board
does not operate
◆ Check the indoor unit
control board
Check whether two wires
of power cord are
connected correctly to the
terminal block and control board.
NO
Reconnect wires correctly
YES
Check whether the fuse on the
control board is normal.
F701: 3.15[A]/250[V]
NO
Replace fuse
YES
Check the output of SMPS
on the control board.
Input power: AC230±15%[V]
IC02 Input: DC 12[V]
IC02 output: DC 5[V]
YES
◆ Check the setting temperature
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Replace the control board
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (7K/9K) (Cont.)
◆ When the Indoor Unit Fan Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is the indoor unit fan motor properly connected with the connector (CN72)?
(2) Is the AC voltage correct?
(3) Is HALL IC in indoor fan motor properly connected with the connector (CN44)?
(4) Is the running capacitor (CR71) properly connected with PCB board?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
After unplugging out the power cord should
be reconnected within five seconds.
YES
NO
Check as in the procedur “NO power parts”
Does the OPERATION lamp blink?
YES
Does the Solid State Relay(SS71) work
properly?
NO
Microcomputer is
out of order.
Microcomputer
shoud be replaced
PCB is
out of order.
PCB should be
replaced.
Test rod location
+
-
SS71-
SS71-
Normal
Voltage
12V
YES
NO
Is the supply voltage of the fan
motor sufficient?
Test rod location
Normal
voltage
PCB CN72
Condition
pin #3 and #5
Fan operate
YES
about AC 180V
MF-C is out of order
Fan motor
is out of order.
Replace MFC
Fan motor
should be replaced.
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (7K/9K) (Cont.)
◆ When the Outdoor Unit Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal?
(2) Is the set temperature of the remote control higher than room temperature in COOL mode?
(3) Is the POWER IN connector (CN71) linked correctly?
(4) Is the outdoor unit properly connected with the TERMINAL BLOCK connector(N(1), 1)?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
After unplugging out the power cord should be
reconnected within five seconds.
NO
Check as in the procedure "No Power parts"
Does the OPERATION lamp blink
YES
YES
Does the timer lamp blink during operation ?
Room temperature sensor is
out of order
!
NO
#
@
Test rod location
Microcomputer is
out of order.
NO
Is the power relay RY71 operated by adjusting the
room temperature?
PCB should be
checked.
Normal
+
-
Condition
Voltage
IC4 Pin No.38
GND
RY71 ON
DC 4.8V
PCB should be
checked.
NO
Power relay is
out of order
Is rating voltage ±10% range applied relay between Terminal
block No. N(1) and No.1
YES
Outdoor unit is
out of order.
!
NO
@
YES
Is the room sensor normal register?
10°C
20°C
30°C
17.96kΩ
12.09kΩ
8.3kΩ
YES
#
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replaced.
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (7K/9K) (Cont.)
◆ When the UP/DOWN Louver Moter Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal?
(2) Is the UP/DOWN louver motor properly connected with the connector (CN61)?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
Remove power cord and plug in again in approx. 5 seconds.
NO
Is STD lamp blinking?
Check as in the procedure
"No Power parts".
YES
YES
Does operation start when swing button of the
remote control unit pushed?
Normal
NO
NO
Voltage at pin #57~#60 of micom (ICO4)
change?(Squarewave)
Micom (IC04) is faulty.
YES
Volatge at pin #16 of IC06 (ULN2003A) and #10~#12 of
IC08 (ULN2003A) change?(Squarewave)
NO
Driver IC06/08 (ULN2003A) is faulty.
YES
UP/DOWN louver motor is faulty.
◆ In the mode, When there is no cool air current. Check this first;
(1) Is the set temperature of Remote Control lower than room temperature in Cool mode?
(2) Is the Indoor PCB properly connected with the CN71 connector?
After training on, the Cooling operation
should start in five minutes.
YES
Normal
NO
Is the munber #38 of Micom (IC04) DC 5.0 V?
NO
Abnormal Micom
YES
Is the munber checking #11 of IC05 (ULN2003A) LOW?
NO
Abnormal IC05
RY7I or Cable Check.
PCB should be replaced.
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8-2. Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (7K/9K)
8-2-1. Items to be checked first
1)
The input voltage should be rating voltage ±10% range.
The airconditioner may not operate properly if the voltage is out of this range.
2)
Is the link cable linking the indoor unit and the outdoor unit linked properly?
The indoor unit and the outdoor unit shall be linked by 5 cables.
Check the terminals if the indoor unit and outdoor unit are properly linked by the same number of cables.
Otherwise the airconditioner may not operate properly.
3)
When a problem occurs due to the contents illustrated in the table below it is a symptom not related to the malfunction of the
airconditioner.
NO
Operation of air conditioner
Explanation
1
The STD OPERATION indication LED blinks when a
power plug of the indoor unit is plugged in for the first time.
It indicates power is on. The LED stops blinking if the operation ON/OFF
button on the remote control unit is pushed.
2
In a COOL operation mode, the compressor does not operate
at a room temperature higher than the setting temperature that the
IN DOOR FAN should operate.
In a HEAT operation mode, the compressor does not operate
at a room temperature lower than the setting temperature
that indoor fan should operate.
In happens after a delay of 3 minutes when the compressor is reoperated.
The same phenomenon occurs when a power is on.
As a phenomenon that the compressor is reoperated after a delay of
3 minutes, the indoor fan is adjusted automatically with reference
to a temperature of the air blew
3
Fan speed setting is not allowed in AUTO(
The speed of the indoor fan is set to LL in DRY mode.
Fan speed is selected automatically in AUTO mode.
4
Compressor stops operation intermittently in DRY(
5
Compressor of the outdoor unit is operating although it is turned off
in a HEAT mode.
When the unit is turned off while de-ice is activated, the compressor continues operation for up to 9 minutes (maximum) until the deice is completed.
6
Timer LED of the indoor unit lights up and the air conditioner does
not operate.
Timer is being activated and the unit is in ready mode.
The unit operates normally if the timer operation is cancelled.
7
The compressor and indoor fan stop intermittently in HEAT mode.
The compressor and indoor fan stop intermittently if room temperature
exceeds a setting temperature in order to protect the compressor from
overheated air in a HEAT mode.
8
Indoor fan and outdoor fan stop operation intermittently in
a HEAT mode.
The compressor operates in a reverse cycle to remove exterior
ice in a HEAT mode, and indoor fan and outdoor fan do not operate
intermittently for within 20% of the total heater operation
9
The compressor stops intermittently in a COOL mode or DRY
mode, and fan speed of the indoor unit decreases.
The compressor stops intermittently or the fan speed of the indoor unit
decreases to prevent inside/outside air frozen depending on the inside/outside air temperature.
4)
) or DRY(
) mode.
) mode.
Compressor operation is controlled automatically in DRY mode depending
on the room temperature and humidity.
Indoor unit observes operation condition of the air conditioner, and displays self diagnosis details on the display panel.
LAMP of Display Monitor
Description
TURBO
OPERATION
TIMER
SAVING
Indoor unit room temperature sensor error(open or short)
Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature sensor error(open or short)
Indoor fan motor malfunction
EEPROM error
Option error(option wasn’t set up or option data error)
: Lamp off
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8-2-2. Fault Diagnosis by Symptom
◆ No Power (completely dead)-Initial diagnosis
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal?
(2) Is AC power linked correctly?
(3) Is input voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (11VDC-12.5VDC)
(4) Is output voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (4.5VDC-5.5VDC)
2) Troubleshooting procedure
Unplug the power cord and
plug it after 5 seconds
Press the Power Button on the
remote control unit to
operate the air conditioner
operate
◆ Check the of indoor unit display board
does not operate
◆ Check the indoor unit
control board
Check whether two wires
of power cord are
connected correctly to the
terminal block and control board.
NO
Reconnect wires correctly
YES
Check whether the fuse on the
control board is normal.
F701: 3.15[A]/250[V]
NO
Replace fuse
YES
Check the output of SMPS
on the control board.
Input power: AC230±15%[V]
IC02 Input: DC 12[V]
IC02 output: DC 5[V]
NO
Replace the control board
YES
◆ Check the setting temperature
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (7K/9K) (Cont.)
◆ When the Indoor Unit Fan Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is the indoor unit fan motor properly connected with the connector (CN72)?
(2) Is the AC voltage correct?
(3) Is HALL IC in indoor fan motor properly connected with the connector (CN44)?
(4) Is the running capacitor (CR71) properly connected with PCB board?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
After unplugging out the power cord should
be reconnected within five seconds.
YES
NO
Does the OPERATION lamp blink?
Check as in the procedur “NO power parts”
YES
Does the Solid State Relay(SS71) work
properly?
NO
Microcomputer is
out of order.
Microcomputer
shoud be replaced
Test rod location
Normal
Voltage
+
-
SS71-
SS71-
12V
YES
NO
Is the supply voltage of the fan
motor sufficient?
Test rod location
PCB is
out of order.
PCB should be
replaced.
Normal
voltage
PCB CN72
Condition
pin #3 and #5
Fan operate
about AC 180V
MF-C is out of order
Replace MFC
YES
Fan motor
is out of order.
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Fan motor
should be replaced.
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (7K/9K) (Cont.)
◆ When the Outdoor Unit Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal?
(2) Is the set temperature of the remote control higher than room temperature in COOL mode?
(3) Is the set temperature of the remote control lower than room temperature in HEAT mode?
(4) Is the POWER IN connector (CN71) linked correctly?
(5) Is the outdoor unit properly connected with the TERMINAL BLOCK connector(N(1), 1, 2, 3)?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
After unplugging out the power cord should be
reconnected within five seconds.
NO
Does the OPERATION lamp blink
Check as in the procedure "No Power parts"
YES
YES
Does the timer lamp blink during operation ?
Room temperature sensor is
out of order
!
NO
#
@
Is the power relay RY71 operated by adjusting the
room temperature?
Test rod location
+
-
Condition
Normal
Voltage
IC4 Pin No.38
GND
RY71 ON
DC 4.8V
PCB should be
checked.
Microcomputer is
out of order.
NO
PCB should be
checked.
NO
Power relay is
out of order
Is rating voltage ±10% range applied relay between
Terminal block No. N(1) and No. 1
YES
Power relay should be
replaced.
Outdoor unit is
out of order.
!
YES
NO
@
Is the room sensor normal register?
10°C
20°C
30°C
17.96kΩ
12.09kΩ
8.3kΩ
YES
#
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (7K/9K) (Cont.)
◆ When the UP/DOWN Louver Moter Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal?
(2) Is the UP/DOWN louver motor properly connected with the connector (CN61)?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
Remove power cord and plug in again in approx. 5 seconds.
NO
Is OPERATION lamp blinking?
Check as in the procedure
"No Power parts".
YES
YES
Does operation start when swing button of the
remote control unit pushed?
Normal
NO
Voltage at pin #57~#60 of micom (ICO4) change?(Squarewave)
NO
Micom (IC04) is faulty.
YES
NO
Volatge at pin #16 of IC06 (ULN2003A) and #10~#12 of
IC08 (ULN2003A) change?(Squarewave)
Driver IC06/08 (ULN2003A) is faulty.
YES
UP/DOWN louver motor is faulty.
◆ In the mode, When there is no warm air current. Check this fist;
(1) Is the set temperature of Remote Control lower than room temperature in Heat mode?
(2) Is the Indoor PCB properly connected with the CN71 connector?
After training on, the heating operation
should start in five minutes.
YES
Normal
NO
Is the munber #38 of Micom (IC04) DC 5.0 V?
NO
Abnormal Micom
YES
Is the munber checking #11 of IC05 (ULN2003A) LOW?
NO
Abnormal IC05
YES
Is the voltage between CN71 #1 and CN71 #5 rating voltage ±10% range
NO
Abnormal RY73
YES
Abnormal 4way valve of Outdoor Unit.
or connecting Cable
4 way valve should be replaced
or connecting Cable Check.
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (12K)
8-3. Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (12K)
8-3-1. Items to be checked first
1) The input voltage should be rating voltage ±10% range.
The airconditioner may not operate properly if the voltage is out of this range.
2) Is the link cable linking the indoor unit and the outdoor unit linked properly?
The indoor unit and the outdoor unit shall be linked by 3 cables.
Check the terminals if the indoor unit and outdoor unit are properly linked by the same number of cables.
Otherwise the airconditioner may not operate properly.
3) When a problem occurs due to the contents illustrated in the table below it is a symptom not related to the
malfunction of the airconditioner.
NO
Operation of air conditioner
1
The OPERATION indication LED blinks when a
power plug of the indoor unit is plugged in for the first time.
It indicates power is on. The LED stops blinking if the operation
ON/OFF button on the remote control unit is pushed.
2
In a COOL operation mode, the compressor does not
operate at a room temperature higher than the setting
temperature that the INDOOR FAN should operate.
In happens after a delay of 3 minutes when the compressor is
reoperated. The same phenomenon occurs when a power is on.
As a phenomenon that the compressor is reoperated after a delay
of 3 minutes, the indoor fan is adjusted automatically with reference
to a temperature of the air blew
3
Fan speed setting is not allowed in AUTO or DRY mode.
The speed of the indoor fan is set to LL in DRY mode.
Fan speed is selected automatically in AUTO mode.
4
Compressor stops operation intermittently in DRY mode.
Compressor operation is controlled automatically in DRY mode
depending on the room temperature and humidity.
5
The compressor stops intermittently in a COOL mode or DRY
mode, and fan speed of the indoor unit decreases.
The compressor stops intermittently or the fan speed of the indoor
unit decreases to prevent inside/outside air frozen depending on
the inside/outside air temperature.
4)
Explanation
Indoor unit observes operation condition of the air conditioner, and displays self diagnosis details on the display panel.
LAMP of Display Monitor
Description
TURBO
OPERATION
TIMER
SAVING
Indoor unit room temperature sensor error(open or short)
Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature sensor error(open or short)
Indoor fan motor malfunction
EEPROM error
Option error(option wasn’t set up or option data error)
: Lamp off
: Lamp flickering
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8-3-2. Fault Diagnosis by Symptom
◆ No Power (completely dead)-Initial diagnosis
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal? the rating voltage ±10% range.
(2) Is AC power linked correctly?
(3) Are connections between primary side, secondary side of the power transformer and PCB good.
(4) Is input voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (11VDC-12.5VDC)
(5) Is output voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (4.5VDC-5.5VDC)
2) Troubleshooting procedure
Unplug the power cord and
plug it after 5 seconds
Press the Power Button on the
remote control unit to
operate the air conditioner
operate
◆ Check the of indoor unit display board
does not operate
◆ Check the indoor unit
control board
Check whether two wires
of power cord are
connected correctly to the
terminal block and control board.
NO
Reconnect wires correctly
YES
Check whether the fuse on the
control board is normal.
F701: 3.15[A]/250[V]
NO
Replace fuse
YES
Check the output of SMPS
on the control board.
Input power: AC230±15%[V]
IC02 Input: DC 12[V]
IC02 output: DC 5[V]
YES
◆ Check the setting temperature
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NO
Replace the control board
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (12K) (Cont.)
◆ When the Indoor Unit Fan Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is the indoor unit fan motor properly connected with the connector (CN72)?
(2) Is the AC voltage correct?
(3) Is HALL IC in indoor fan motor properly connected with the connector (CN44)?
(4) Is the running capacitor properly connected with PCB board?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
After unplugging out the power cord should
be reconnected within five seconds.
YES
Does the OPERATION lamp blink?
NO
Check as in the procedur “NO power parts”
YES
Does the Solid State Relay(SS71) work
properly?
Test rod location
NO
Microcomputer is
out of order.
Microcomputer
shoud be replaced
Normal
Voltage
+
-
SS71+
SS71-
12V
YES
NO
Is the supply voltage of the fan
motor sufficient?
Test rod location
PCB is
out of order.
Refer to replace
PCB module
Normal
voltage
PCB CN72
Condition
pin3, pin5
Fan operate
YES
=: AC 180V
MF-C is out of order
Fan motor
is out of order.
Replace MFC
Fan motor
should be replaced.
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (12K) (Cont.)
◆ When the Outdoor Unit Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal?
(2) Is the set temperature of the remote control higher than room temperature in COOL mode?
(3) Is the POWER IN connector (CN71) linked correctly?
(4) Is the outdoor unit properly connected with the TERMINAL BLOCK connector(N(1), 1)?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
After unplugging out the power cord should be
reconnected within five seconds.
NO
Does the OPERATION lamp blink
Check as in the procedure "No Power parts"
YES
Room temperature sensor
is out of order
YES
Does the timer lamp blink during operation ?
NO
#
@
NO
Is the power relay RY71 operated by adjusting the
room temperature?
Test rod location
PCB Should be
checked.
Microcomputer is
out of order.
Normal
+
-
Condition
Voltage
IC04 Pin No.38
GND
RY71 ON
DC 4.8V
PCB should be
checked.
NO
Power relay is
out of order
Is rating Voltage ±10% range applied relay between
Terminal block No. N(1) and No. 1
YES
Outdoor unit is
out of order.
@
!
YES
NO
Is the room sensor normal register?
10°C
20°C
30°C
17.96kΩ
12.09kΩ
8.3kΩ
YES
#
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Power relay should be
replaced.
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Cooling Only (12K) (Cont.)
◆ When the UP/DOWN Louver Moter Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal? (input voltage ±10% range)
(2) Is the UP/DOWN louver motor properly connected with the connector (CN61)?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
Remove power cord and plug in again in approx. 5 seconds.
NO
Is operating lamp blinking?
Check as in the procedure
"No Power parts".
YES
Does operation start when swing button of the
remote control unit pushed?
YES
Normal
NO
NO
Voltage at pin #57~#60 of micom (ICO4) change?(Squarewave)
Micom (IC04) is faulty.
YES
Volatge at pin #16 of IC06 (ULN2003A), #10~#12 of
IC08 (ULN2003A) change?(Squarewave)
NO
Driver IC06/08 (ULN2003A) is faulty.
YES
UP/DOWN louver motor is faulty.
◆ In the mode, When there is no cool air current. Check this first;
(1) Is the set temperature of Remote Control lower than room temperature in Cool mode?
(2) Is the Indoor PCB properly connected with the CN71 connector?
After training on, the Cooling operation
should start in five minutes.
YES
Normal
NO
Is the munber #38 of Micom (IC04) DC 5.0 V?
NO
Abnormal Micom
YES
Is the munber checking #11 of IC05 (ULN2003A) LOW?
NO
Abnormal IC05
RY7I or Cable Check.
PCB should be replaced.
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8-4. Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (12K)
8-4-1. Items to be checked first
1)
The input voltage should be rating voltage ±10% range.
The airconditioner may not operate properly if the voltage is out of this range.
2)
Is the link cable linking the indoor unit and the outdoor unit linked properly?
The indoor unit and the outdoor unit shall be linked by 5 cables.
Check the terminals if the indoor unit and outdoor unit are properly linked by the same number of cables.
Otherwise the airconditioner may not operate properly.
3)
When a problem occurs due to the contents illustrated in the table below it is a symptom not related to the malfunction of the
airconditioner.
NO
Operation of air conditioner
Explanation
1
The OPERATION indication LED blinks when a
power plug of the indoor unit is plugged in for the first time.
It indicates power is on. The LED stops blinking if the operation ON/OFF button on the remote control unit is pushed.
2
In a COOL operation mode, the compressor does not operate
at a room temperature higher than the setting temperature that
the INDOOR FAN should operate.
In a HEAT operation mode, the compressor does not operate
at a room temperature lower than the setting temperature that
indoor fan should operate.
In happens after a delay of 3 minutes when the compressor is reoperated.
The same phenomenon occurs when a power is on.
As a phenomenon that the compressor is reoperated after a delay of
3 minutes, the indoor fan is adjusted automatically with reference to a
temperature of the air blew
3
Fan speed setting is not allowed in AUTO or DRY mode.
The speed of the indoor fan is set to LL in DRY mode.
Fan speed is selected automatically in AUTO mode.
4
Compressor stops operation intermittently in DRY mode.
Compressor operation is controlled automatically in DRY mode depending on
the room temperature and humidity.
5
Compressor of the outdoor unit is operating although it is
turned off in a HEAT mode.
When the unit is turned off while de-ice is activated, the compressor continues operation for up to 9 minutes (maximum) until the deice is completed.
6
Timer LED of the indoor unit lights up and the
air conditioner does not operate.
Timer is being activated and the unit is in ready mode.
The unit operates normally if the timer operation is cancelled.
7
The compressor and indoor fan stop intermittently in HEAT mode.
The compressor and indoor fan stop intermittently if room temperature
exceeds a setting temperature in order to protect the compressor from overheated air in a HEAT mode.
8
Indoor fan and outdoor fan stop operation intermittently in
a HEAT mode.
The compressor operates in a reverse cycle to remove exterior ice in a HEAT
mode, and indoor fan and outdoor fan do not operate intermittently for within
20% of the total heater operation
9
The compressor stops intermittently in a COOL mode or DRY
mode, and fan speed of the indoor unit decreases.
The compressor stops intermittently or the fan speed of the indoor unit
decreases to prevent inside/outside air frozen depending on the inside/outside air temperature.
4)
Indoor unit observes operation condition of the air conditioner, and displays self diagnosis details on the display panel.
LAMP of Display Monitor
Description
TURBO
OPERATION
TIMER
SAVING
Indoor unit room temperature sensor error(open or short)
Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature sensor error(open or short)
Indoor fan motor malfunction
EEPROM error
Option error(option wasn’t set up or option data error)
: Lamp off
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (12K) (Cont.)
8-4-2. Fault Diagnosis by Symptom
◆ No Power (completely dead)-Initial diagnosis
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal? (the rating voltage ±10% range)
(2) Is AC power linked correctly?
(3) Are connections between primary side, secondary side of the power transformer and PCB good.
(4) Is input voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (11VDC-12.5VDC)
(5) Is input voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (4.5VDC-5.5VDC)
2) Troubleshooting procedure
Unplug the power cord and
plug it after 5 seconds
Press the Power Button on the
remote control unit to
operate the air conditioner
operate
◆ Check the of indoor unit display board
does not operate
◆ Check the indoor unit
control board
Check whether two wires
of power cord are
connected correctly to the
terminal block and control board.
NO
Reconnect wires correctly
YES
Check whether the fuse on the
control board is normal.
F701: 3.15[A]/250[V]
NO
Replace fuse
YES
Check the output of SMPS
on the control board.
Input power: AC230±15%[V]
IC02 Input: DC 12[V]
IC02 output: DC 5[V]
NO
Replace the control board
YES
◆ Check the setting temperature
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (12K) (Cont.)
◆ When the Indoor Unit Fan Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is the indoor unit fan motor properly connected with the connector (CN72)?
(2) Is the AC voltage correct?
(3) Is HALL IC in indoor fan motor properly connected with the connector (CN44)?
(4) Is the running capacitor properly connected with PCB board?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
After unplugging out the power cord should
be reconnected within five seconds.
YES
NO
Check as in the procedur “NO power parts”
Does the OPERATION lamp blink?
YES
Does the Solid State Relay(SS71) work
properly?
Test rod location
NO
Microcomputer is
out of order.
Microcomputer
shoud be replaced
Normal
Voltage
+
-
SS71+
SS71-
12V
YES
NO
Is the supply voltage of the fan
motor sufficient?
PCB is
out of order.
Refer to replace PCB
module
Test rod location
PCB CN73
Condition
Pin #3 and
Pin #5
Fan operate
Normal
voltage
about AC 180V
MF-C is out of order
Replace MFC
YES
Fan motor
is out of order.
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Fan motor
should be replaced.
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (12K) (Cont.)
◆ When the Outdoor Unit Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal? (the rating voltage ±10% range)
(2) Is the set temperature of the remote control higher than room temperature in COOL mode?
(3) Is the set temperature of the remote control lower than room temperature in HEAT mode?
(4) Is the POWER IN connector (CN71) linked correctly?
(5) Is the outdoor unit properly connected with the TERMINAL BLOCK connector(N(1), 1, 2, 3)?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
After unplugging out the power cord should be
reconnected within five seconds.
NO
Check as in the procedure "No Power parts"
Does the OPERATION lamp blink
YES
YES
Does the timer lamp blink during operation ?
Room temperature sensor is
out of order
!
NO
#
@
Test rod location
Microcomputer is
out of order.
NO
Is the power relay RY71 operated by adjusting the
room temperature?
PCB should be
checked.
Normal
+
-
Condition
Voltage
IC4 Pin No.38
GND
RY71 ON
DC 4.8V
PCB should be
checked.
NO
Power relay is
out of order
Is rating voltage ±10% range applied relay between Terminal
block NO. N(1) and No.1
YES
Power relay should be
replaced.
Outdoor unit is
out of order.
!
NO
@
YES
Is the room sensor normal register?
10°C
20°C
30°C
17.96kΩ
12.09kΩ
8.3kΩ
YES
#
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Troubleshooting for Non Inverter Heat Pump (12K) (Cont.)
◆ When the UP/DOWN Louver Moter Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1) Checklist :
(1) Is input voltage normal? (the rating voltage ±10% range)
(2) Is the UP/DOWN louver motor properly connected with the connector (CN61)?
2) Troubleshooting procedure
Remove power cord and plug in again in approx. 5 seconds.
NO
Check as in the procedure
"No Power parts".
Is OPERATION lamp blinking?
YES
YES
Does operation start when swing button of the
remote control unit pushed?
Normal
NO
NO
Micom (IC04) is faulty.
Voltage at pin #57~#60 of micom (ICO4) change?(Squarewave)
YES
NO
Volatge at pin #16 of IC06 (ULN2003A) and #10~#12 of
IC08 (ULN2003A) change?(Squarewave)
Driver IC06/08 (ULN2003A) or IC06 is faulty.
YES
UP/DOWN louver motor is faulty.
◆ In the Heat mode, When there is no warm air current. Check this first;
(1) Is the set temperature of Remote Control lower than room temperature in Heat mode?
(2) Is the Indoor PCB properly connected with the CN71 and CN78 connector?
After training on, the heating operation
should start in five minutes.
YES
Normal
NO
Is the nunber #38 of Micom (IC04) DC 4.8 V?
NO
Abnormal Micom
YES
Is the munber #11 of IC05 (ULN2003A) LOW?
NO
Abnormal IC05
YES
Is the voltage between CN71 #5 and CN78 #1 the rating voltage ±10% range?
NO
Abnormal RY73
YES
Abnormal 4way valve of Outdoor Unit.
or connecting Cable
4 way valve should be replaced
or connecting Cable Check.
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Set up the model Option
8-5. Set up the Model Option
Step 1 : Preparing the remocon to main PBA option set
1st
Remove the battery from the remocon.
2nd
Press the temperature raise/down button simultaneously and insert the battery again.
3rd
Make sure the remocon display shown as
.
Step 2 : Second stage preparation of the remocon option set.
❈ Note ; In case the wrong letter has been selected, continue to press the button until the correct letter appears.
1st
2
3rd
nd
If the first stage number “ ” appears on the display, proceed to the second stage.
Every time the ! and & button, “ ” and “ ” each continue to appear.
Whenever pressing the @, #, $, %, ^, *, (, ), 1, 2 button, the number increases from
0~9(0123456789) and A, b, C, d, E, F each time.
ex) Option No. : 066025-172362
! If the first number is
appear.
, it is correct otherwise press
until
@ When pressing the
select one of them.
button
~
appear on the display,
# When pressing the
select one of them.
button
~
appear on the display,
$ When pressing the
select one of them.
button
~
appear on the display,
% When pressing the
select one of them.
button
~
appear on the display,
^ When pressing the
select one of them.
button
~
appear on the display,
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Set up the Model Option (Cont.)
! If the first number is
appear.
, it is correct otherwise press
until
@ When pressing the
one of them.
button
~
appear on the display, select
# When pressing the
one of them.
button
~
appear on the display, select
$ When pressing the
one of them.
button
~
appear on the display, select
% When pressing the
one of them.
button
~
appear on the display, select
^ When pressing the
one of them.
button
~
appear on the display, select
Step 3 : Reconfirming option set after completion
(in case of ex. 066025-172362)
After pressing
selector for the
mode, the display shown as
.
After pressing
selector for the
mode, the display shown as
.
Step 4 : Pressing the ON/OFF button (
)
When pressing the operation ON/OFF key with the direction of remote controller for unit, the sound “Ding” or “Diriring” is
heard and the OPERATION LED lamp is flickering at the same time, then the input of option is completed.
(If the diriring sound isn’t heard, try again pressing the ON/OFF button.)
Step 5 : Unit operation test-run
First, Remove the battery from the remote controller.
Second, Re-insert the battery into the remote controller.
Third, Press ON/OFF key with the direction of remote controller for set.
Error Mode :
1st
If all lamps of indoor unit are flickering, Plug out and plug in again and pressing ON/OFF key to retry.
2
If the unit is not working properly or all lamps are continuously flickering after setting the option code, see
if the correct option code is set up for it’s model.
nd
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Set up the Model Option (Cont.)
<Table of the option code>
◆ Non Inverter (7K/ 9K/ 12K)
MODEL
OPTION CODE
SH12ZSG
066025-172362
SH09ZS8
027064-17221d
SH07ZS8
026064-1720Fb
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Code No. DB98-08187A(1)
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