Free Joint Multi Type Air Conditioner

SERVICE MANUAL
MODELS Indoor Unit : FMN0760NL FMN0960NL FMN1260NL FMN1260NFM/B/D FMN1260NT FMN1860NT FMN1860NV FMN1860NL Outdoor Unit : FMU4480N6L

Contents
Functions...................................................................................................................................... 3 Product Specifications .................................................................................................................5 Operation Details ..........................................................................................................................7 Dimensions..................................................................................................................................23 Wiring Diagram ...........................................................................................................................27 Self-diagnosis Function .............................................................................................................29 Refrigeration Cycle Diagram......................................................................................................30 Installation of Indoor, Outdoor Unit ..........................................................................................31 Disassembly of the parts ...........................................................................................................70 3-way Valve ..................................................................................................................................76 Cycle Troubleshooting Guide ....................................................................................................81 Electronic Parts Troubleshooting Guide...................................................................................82 Electronic Control Device ..........................................................................................................93 Schematic Diagram...................................................................................................................101 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List...........................................................................107

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Functions
Indoor Unit
Operation ON/OFF by Remote controller Sensing the Room Temperature • Room temperature sensor. (THERMISTOR) Room temperature control • Maintains the room temperature in accordance with the Setting Temp. Starting Current Control • Indoor fan is delayed for 5 seconds at the starting. Time Delay Safety Control • Restarting is inhibited for approx. 3 minutes. Indoor Fan Speed Control • Room/Art Cool/Convertible Type Indoor Unit: High, Med, Low, Chaos • Cassette Type Indoor Unit: High, Mde, Low, Auto Natural Air Control by CHAOS Logic Operation indication Lamps (LED) • Room/Art Cool/Convertible type Indoor Unit -- Lights up in operation -- Lights up in Sleep Mode -- Lights up in Timer Mode -- Lights up in Deice Mode • Cassette type Indoor Unit -- Lights up in Operation -- Lights up in Filter replacement -- Lights up in Timer Mode -- Lights up in Defrost Mode or Hot Start Operation. -- Operation procedures when the remote control can't be used. Soft Dry Operation Mode • Intermittent operation of fan at low speed. Sleep Mode Auto Control • The fan is switched to low(Cooling), med(Heating) speed. • The unit will be stopped after 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 hours. • The setting temperature, indoor fan speed and desired operation mode are automatically set. Deice (defrost) control (Heating) • Both the indoor and outdoor fan stops during deicing. • Hot start after deice ends. Hot-start Control (Heating) • The indoor fan stops until the evaporator piping temperature will be reached at 28°C. • The louver can be set at the desired position or swing up and down automatically. Auto Operation Mode • The fan is switched to intermittent or irregular operation • The fan speed is automatically switched from high to low speed. Airflow Direction Control

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Outdoor Unit
Power relay control • If power is on, it will operate to charge capacitor (330µF/450WV) on controller and power relay will operate after about 2~5sec. Comp. Freq. control • The final operating freq. of comp. is set the lowest freq. that limited outdoor temp., discharge pipe temp., target freq., owing to CT. Overheatng. Protection(Powr module) Freq. speed control(up/down speed) V/F control • It will be changed the drive voltage of comp. according to operating frequency. Total current control (over current protection) DC peak current control 4 way valve control • It is only operated in the heating operation mode except defrosting operation. Outdoor fan motor control • High speed/Low speed Discharge pipe temp. control

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Product Specifications
Model Item Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit FMN0760NL FMN0960NL FMN1260NL FMN1260NFM/B/D 12,000 3,517 13,800 4,044 1.2 1, 220-240, 50 8.3 44 41 34 11 0.12 570 x 137 x 568 9 Up & Down FMU4480N6L 7,000 9,000 12,000 Indoor [Btu/h] Cooling capacity 2,051 2,638 3,517 Unit [W] 8,000 10,000 13,800 [Btu/h] Heating capacity 2,344 2,931 4,044 [W] 1.4 1.7 2.5 Moisture Removal [l/h] Power Supply [Ø,V,Hz] 1, 220-240, 50 1, 220-240, 50 1, 220-240, 50 6.5 7 9 Air Circulation Max [CMM] 34 36 39 High dB[A] 33 34 36 Nosie Level Med dB[A] 30 32 35 Low dB[A] 27 27 28 Input Motor [W] 0.14 0.14 0.15 Runing Current Motor [A] 802 x 165 x 262 802 x 165 x 262 888 x 170 x 287 Demensions WxDxH [mm] 7 7 9 Net Weight [kg] Up & Down Up & Down Up & Down Air flow Direction Control[Up & Down] L.C.D Wireless Remocon Type Flare Connection Type 3/8[9.52] 3/8[9.52] 1/2[12.7] Pipe Connection Gas inch[mm] 1/4[6.35] 1/4[6.35] 1/4[6.35] Liquid inch[mm] 44,000 Outdoor [Btu/h] Cooling capacity 12,895 Unit [W] 50,600 [Btu/h] Heating capacity 14,829 [W] 63 Nosie Level dB[A] 3, 380 ~ 415, 50 Power Supply [Ø, V, Hz] 1,900 ~ 4,700 Normal [W] Cooling 5,150 Max [W] Input 2,310 ~ 5,700 Normal [W] Heating 5,700 Max [W] 3.5 ~ 8.5 Normal [A] Cooling 8.8 Runing Max [A] 4.0 ~ 9.3 Current Normal [A] Heating 9.3 Max [A] 900 x 370 x 1,225 Dimensions WxDxH [mm] 110 Net Weight [kg] 5,300 (at 7.5m) Refrigerant R-22 [g] Flare Connection Type 3/8[9.52] Pipe Connection Gas inch[mm] 1/4[6.35] Liquid inch[mm] 0.75, 4wires (Include earth) Connection cable [mm2] 3.5, 4wires (Exclude earth) Power cable [mm2]

1/2[12.7] 1/4[6.35]

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Model Item Indoor Unit

Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit

FMN1260NT

FMN1860NT FMN1860NL FMN1860NV

FMU4480N6L 12,000 18,000 18,000 18,000 [Btu/h] Cooling capacity 3,517 5,275 5,275 5,275 [W] 13,800 20,700 19,000 20,700 [Btu/h] Heating capacity 4,044 6,067 5,567 6,067 [W] 1.5 3.3 2.5 2.5 Moisture Removal [l/h] Power Supply [Ø,V,Hz] 1, 220-240, 50 1, 220-240, 50 1, 220-240, 50 1, 220-240, 50 9.25 13.5 13 14 Air Circulation Max [CMM] 41 47 44 49 High dB[A] 39 45 41 47 Nosie Level Med dB[A] 37 43 39 45 Low dB[A] 68 90 60 56 Input Motor [W] 0.29 0.5 0.32 0.25 Runing Current Motor [A] 570 x 570 x 269 570 x 570 x 269 1,080 x 181 x 314 1,200 x 205 x 615 Demensions WxDxH [mm] 19 19 12 30 Net Weight [kg] Up & Down Up & Down Up & Down Up & Down Air flow Direction Control[Up & Down] L.C.D Wireless Remocon Type Flare Connection Type 5/8[15.88] 5/8[15.88] 1/2[12.7] 1/2[12.7] Pipe Connection Gas inch[mm] 1/4[6.35] 1/4[6.35] 1/4[6.35] 1/4[6.35] Liquid inch[mm] 44,000 Outdoor [Btu/h] Cooling capacity 12,895 Unit [W] 50,600 [Btu/h] Heating capacity 14,829 [W] 63 Nosie Level dB[A] 3, 380 ~ 415, 50 Power Supply [Ø, V, Hz] 1,900 ~ 4,700 Normal [W] Cooling 5,150 Max [W] Input 2,310 ~ 5,700 Normal [W] Heating 5,700 Max [W] 3.5 ~ 8.5 Normal [A] Cooling 8.8 Runing Max [A] 4.0 ~ 9.3 Current Normal [A] Heating 9.3 Max [A] 900 x 370 x 1,225 Dimensions WxDxH [mm] 110 Net Weight [kg] 5,300 (at 7.5m) Refrigerant R-22 [g] Flare Connection Type 3/8[9.52] Pipe Connection Gas inch[mm] 1/4[6.35] Liquid inch[mm] 2 0.75, 4wires (Include earth) Connection cable [mm ] 2 3.5, 4wires (Exclude earth) Power cable [mm ]

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Operation Details
1. Room/Art Cool Type Indoor Unit
(1) The Function of main control
• DISPLAY
Operation Indicator • On while in appliance operation, off while in appliance pause • Flashing while in disconnection or short in Thermistor (3 sec off / 0.5 sec on) Sleep Timer Indicator • On while in sleep timer mode, off when sleep timer cancel or appliance operation pause Timer Indicator • On while in timer mode (on/off), off when timer mode is completed or canceled Defrost Indicator • Off except when hot start during heating mode operation or while in defrost control

I Cooling Mode Operation
• When the intake air temperature reaches 0.5°C below the setting temp, the compressor and the outdoor fan stop. • When it reaches 0.5°C above the setting temp, they start to operate again. Compressor ON Temp ➲ Setting Temp+0.5°C Compressor OFF Temp ➲ Setting Temp-0.5°C • While in compressor running, operating with the airflow speed set by the remote control. While in compressor not running, operating with the low airflow speed regardless of the setting.

I Soft Dry Operation Mode
• When the dehumidification operation input by the remote control is received, the intake air temperature is detected and the setting temp is automatically set according to the intake air temperature. 26°C ≤ Intake Air Temp ➲ 25°C 24°C ≤ Intake Intake Air Temp<26°C ➲ Intake Air Temp-1°C 18°C ≤ Intake Intake Air Temp<24°C ➲ Intake Air Temp-0.5°C Intake Air Temp<18°C ➲ 18°C • While in compressor off, the indoor fan repeats low airflow speed and pause. • While the intake air temp is between compressor on temp. and compressor off temp., 10-min dehumidification operation and 4-min compressor off repeat. Compressor ON Temp. ➲ Setting Temp+0.5°C Compressor OFF Temp. ➲ Setting Temp-0.5°C • In 10-min dehumidification operation, the indoor fan operates with the low airflow speed.

I Heating Mode Operation
• When the intake air temp reaches +3°…above the setting temp, the compressor is turned off. When below the setting temp, the compressor is turned on. Compressor ON Temp. ➲ Setting Temp. Compressor OFF Temp. ➲ Setting Temp.+3°C • While in compressor on, the indoor fan is off when the indoor pipe temp. is below 26°C, when above 28°C , it operates with the low or setting airflow speed.

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• While in compressor off, the indoor fan is off when the indoor pipe temp is below 33°C, when above 35°C , it operates with the low airflow speed. • If overloaded while in heating mode operation, in order to prevent the compressor from OLP operation, the outdoor fan is turned on/off according to the indoor pipe temp. • While in defrost control, both of the indoor and outdoor fans are turned off.

I Defrost Control
• Defrost operation is controlled by timer and sensing temperature of outdoor pipe. • The first defrost starts only when the outdoor pipe temperature falls below -5°C after 40 minutes passed from starting of heating operation and more than 10 minutes operation of compressor. • Defrost ends after 12 minutes passed from starting of defrost operation or after the outdoor fan operates within max. 2 minutes 30 seconds when the outdoor pipe temperature rises over 12°C even it before 12 minutes. • The second defrost starts only when the outdoor pipe temperature falls below -5°C after 40 minutes passed from ending of the first defrost and more than 10 minutes operation of compressor.

I Fuzzy Operation
• When any of operation mode is not selected like the moment of the power on or when 3 hrs has passed since the operation off, the operation mode is selected. • When determining the operation mode, the compressor, the outdoor fan, and the 4 way valve are off and only the indoor fan is operated for 15 seconds. Then an operation mode is selected according to the intake air temp at that moment as follows. 24°C ≤ Inatake Air Temp ➲ Fuzzy Operation for Cooling 21°C ≤ Inatake Air Temp<24°C ➲ Fuzzy Operation for Dehumidification Inatake Air Temp<21°C ➲ Fuzzy Operation for Heating • If any of the operation modes among cooling / dehumidification / heating mode operations is carried out for 10 sec or longer before Fuzzy operation, the mode before Fuzzy operation is operated. 1) Fuzzy Operation for Cooling • According to the setting temperature selected by Fuzzy rule, when the intake air temp is 0.5°C or more below the setting temp, the compressor is turned off. When 0.5°C or more above the setting temp, the compressor is turned on. Compressor ON Temp ➲ Setting Temp +0.5°C Compressor OFF Temp ➲ Setting Temp – 0.5°C • At the beginning of Fuzzy mode operation, the setting temperature is automatically selected according to the intake air temp at that time. 26°C≤ Intake Air Temp ➲ 25°C 24°C≤ Intake Air Temp<26°C ➲ Intake Air Temp – 1°C 22°C≤ Intake Air Temp<24°C ➲ Intake Air Temp – 0.5°C 18°C≤ Intake Air Temp<22°C ➲ Intake Air Temp Intake Air Temp<18°C ➲ 18°C • When the Fuzzy key (Temperature Control key) is input after the initial setting temperature is selected, the Fuzzy key value and the intake air temperature at that time are compared to select the setting temperature automatically according to the Fuzzy rule. • While in Fuzzy operation, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is automatically selected according to the temperature.

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2) Fuzzy Operation for Dehumidification • According to the setting temperature selected by Fuzzy rule, when the intake air temp is 0.5°C or more below the setting temp, the compressor is turned off. When 0.5°C or more above the setting temp, the compressor is turned on. Compressor ON Temp ➲ Setting Temp + 0.5°C Compressor OFF Temp ➲ Setting Temp – 0.5°C • At the beginning of Fuzzy mode operation, the setting temperature is automatically selected according to the intake air temp at that time. 26°C ≤ Intake Air Temp ➲ 25°C 24°C ≤ Intake Air Temp<26°C ➲ Intake Air Temp – 1°C 22°C ≤ Intake Air Temp<24°C ➲ Intake Air Temp – 0.5°C 18°C ≤ Intake Air Temp<22°C ➲ Intake Air Temp Intake Air Temp<18°C ➲ 18°C • When the Fuzzy key (Temperature Control key) is input after the initial setting temperature is selected, the Fuzzy key value and the intake air temperature at that time are compared to select the setting temperature automatically according to the Fuzzy rule. • While in Fuzzy operation, the airflow speed of the indoor fan repeats the low airflow speed or pause as in dehumidification operation. 3) Fuzzy Operation for Heating • According to the setting temperature selected by Fuzzy rule, when the intake air temp is 3°C or more above the setting temp, the compressor is turned off. When below the setting temp, the compressor is turned on. Compressor ON Temp ➲ Setting Temp Compressor OFF Temp ➲ Setting Temp + 3°C • At the beginning of Fuzzy mode operation, the setting temperature is automatically selected according to the intake air temp at that time. 20°C≤Intake Air Temp ➲ Intake Air Temp + 0.5°C Intake Air Temp<20°C ➲ 20°C • When the Fuzzy key (Temperature Control key) is input after the initial setting temperature is selected, the Fuzzy key value and the intake air temperature at that time are compared to select the setting temperature automatically according to the Fuzzy rule. • While in Fuzzy operation, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is set to the high or the medium according to the intake air temperature and the setting temperature.

I Airflow Speed Selection
• The airflow speed of the indoor fan is set to high, medium, low, or chaos (auto) by the input of the airflow speed selection key on the remote control.

I On-Timer Operation
• When the set time is reached after the time is input by the remote control, the appliance starts to operate. • The timer LED is on when the on-timer is input. It is off when the time set by the timer is reached. • If the appliance is operating at the time set by the timer, the operation continues. While in Fuzzy operation, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is automatically selected according to the temperature.

I Off-Timer Operation
• When the set time is reached after the time is input by the remote control, the appliance stops operating. • The timer LED is on when the off-timer is input. It is off when the time set by the timer is reached. • If the appliance is on pause at the time set by the timer, the pause continues.

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I Off-Timer <=> On-Timer Operation
• When the set time is reached after the on/off time is input by the remote control, the on/off-timer operation is carried out according to the set time.

I Sleep Timer Operation
• When the sleep time is reached after <1,2,3,4,5,6,7,0(cancel) hr> is input by the remote control while in appliance operation, the operation of the appliance stops. • While the appliance is on pause, the sleep timer mode cannot be input. • While in cooling mode operation, 30 min later since the start of the sleep timer, the setting temperature increases by 1°C. After another 30 min elapse, it increases by 1°C again. • When the sleep timer mode is input while in cooling cycle mode, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is set to the low. • When the sleep timer mode is input while in heating cycle mode, the airflow speed of the indoor fan is set to the medium.

I Chaos Swing Mode
• By the Chaos Swing key input, the upper/lower vane automatically operates with the Chaos Swing or they are fixed to the desired direction. • While in Chaos Swing mode, the angles of cooling and heating cycle operations are different.

I Chaos Natural Wind Mode
• When the Chaos Natural Wind mode is selected and then operated, the high, medium, or low speed of the airflow mode is operated for 2~15 sec. randomly by the Chaos Simulation.

I Jet Cool Mode Operation
• While in heating mode or Fuzzy operation, the Jet Cool key cannot be input. When it is input while in the other mode operation (cooling, dehumidification, ventilation), the Jet Cool mode is operated. • In the Jet Cool mode, the indoor fan is operated at super-high speed for 30 min at cooling mode operation. • In the Jet Cool mode operation, the room temperature is controlled to the setting temperature, 18°C. • When the sleep timer mode is input while in the Jet Cool mode operation, the Jet Cool mode has the priority. • When the Jet Cool key is input, the upper/lower vanes are reset to those of the initial cooling mode and then operated in order that the air outflow could reach further.

I Auto Restarting Operation
• When the power is restored after a sudden power failure while in appliance operation, the mode before the power failure is kept on the memory and the appliance automatically operates in the mode on the memory. • The slide switch on the main unit of the appliance should be on the Auto Restarting position in order that the Auto Restarting operation is available. • Operation Mode that is kept on the memory FORCED - State of Operation ON/OFF OPERATION - Operation Mode/Setting Temp/Selected Airflow Speed AUTO - Sleep Timer Mode/Remaining Time of Sleep Timer (unit of hour) RESTART • Incase the power comes on again after a power failure, REMOTE Auto Restarting operation is the function to operate procedures CONTROL automatically to the previous operating conditions. (Art Cool Type)
Slide Switch

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I Forced Operation
• To operate the appliance by force in case that the remote control is lost, the forced operation selection switch is on the main unit of the appliance to operate the appliance in the standard conditions. • When the power is supplied while the slide switch is on the forced operation position, or when the slide switch position is switched to the Auto Restarting (or test operation) position or switched from the remote control position to the forced operation position while the power is on, the forced operation is carried out. • When the slide switch position is switched from the forced operation position to the Auto Restarting position or the remote control position, the forced operation is canceled and the appliance stops operating. • In the forced operation mode, the indoor fan is operated at low speed for around 15 sec and then the operation condition is set according to the intake air temperature as follows. 24°C≤Intake Air Temp ➲ Cooling Mode Operation, 22°C, High Speed 21°C≤Intake Air Temp<24°C ➲ Dehumidification Operation, 23°C, High Speed Intake Air Temp<21°C ➲ Heating Mode Operation, 24°C, High Speed

I Remote Control Operation Mode
• When the remote control is selected by the slide switch on the main unit, the appliance operates according to the input by the remote control.

I Protection of the evaporator pipe from frosting
• If the indoor pipe temp is below 0°C in 7 min. after the compressor operates without any pause while in cooling cycle operation mode, the compressor and the outdoor fan are turned off in order to protect the indoor evaporator pipe from frosting. • When the indoor pipe temp is 7°C and higher after 3 min. pause of the compressor, the compressor and the outdoor fan is turned on according to the condition of the room temperature.

I Buzzer Sounding Operation
• When the appliance-operation key is input by the remote control, the short "beep-beep-" sounds. • When the appliance-pause key is input by the remote control, the long "beep—" sounds.

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2. Cassette Type Indoor Unit
(1) The function of main control
I Time Delay Safety Control
• 3 min... The compressor is ceased for 3minutes to balance the pressure in the refrigeration cycle. (Protection of compressor) • 5 sec... Vertical air flow direction control louvers open in 5 seconds to prevent noise between louvers and wind. • 5 sec... The 4-way valve is ceased for 5 sec. to prevent the refrigerant-gas abnormal noise when the Heating operation is OFF or switched to the other operation mode when compress is off. While compressor is running, it takes 3~5 seconds to switch.

I Auto Swing Control
• This function is to swing the louver up and down automatically.

I Soft-Dry Operation
• The indoor fan speed is automatically set to the low, so the shift of the indoor fan speed is impossible because of already being set to the best speed for Dry Operation by Micom Control.

I Cooling Mode Operation
• When selecting the Cooling( ) Mode Operation, the unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is as following

Intake Air temp. COMP. ON (SET TEMP.+0.5°C) COMP. OFF (SET TEMP. -0.5°C)

More than 3 minutes

More than 3 minutes Selecting fan speed Low Selecting fan speed

INDOOR FAN

Selecting fan speed

Low

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I Heating Mode Operation
The unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is shown as following.

Intake Air temp. Setting temp.+3°C (Compressor OFF)

minimum 3min

A Setting temp. (Compressor ON)

B

A

1min

minimum 10sec.

minimum 1min.

minimum 10sec.

INDOOR FAN • A point; • B point;

Hot Start

Low

Selecting Fan Speed

Low

OFF

Low

Selecting fan speed

Low

OFF

While the indoor Heat-Exchanger temperature is higher than 40°C fan operates at low speed, when it becomes lower than 40˚C fan stops. When the indoor Heat-Exchanger temperature is higher than 31°C, fan operates at selected fan speed, when it becomes lower than 31°C, the fan operates at low speed for 10sec, after 10sec, it operates at selected fan speed.

I Hot-Start Control
The indoor fan stops until the evaporator piping temperature will be reached to 25°C. The operation diagram is as following.

PIPING TEMPERATURE 25°C 22°C

1min

INDOOR FAN COMPRESSOR

OFF

LOW ON

Selected Fan

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I Defrost Control
• While in heating mode operation in order to protect the evaporator pipe of the outdoor unit from freezing, reversed to cooling cycle to defrost the evaporator pipe of the outdoor unit. • Defrost control is available 45 min. later since heating mode operation started, and it will not prolong over 10 min. • Defrost control is carried out according to the following priority order while in heating mode operation. 1st priority : Defrost control is carried out according to the indoor pipe temp 60 min. later since heating mode operation started. 2nd priority : The temp differences between the indoor pipe temp and the intake air temp 25 min. later(∆T1) and 45 min. later (∆T2) since heating mode operation started are measured, then defrost control is carried out according to the dirrerence (∆T=∆T1-∆T2) 3rd priority : Defrost control is carried out according to the temp difference (E=TE1-TE2) between the indoor pipe temperatures of 25 min later(TE1) and 45 min later (TE2) after heating mode operation started. • When the indoor pipe temp is 41°C or above, defrost control is not carried out even if the condition is one of the defrost conditions above. • While in defrost control, the compressor is on and the indoor fan, the outdoor fan, and the 4 way valve are off. The outdoor piping Temp. 12°C OFF More than 45 minutes of heating operation Within More than 45 minutes 9min. 45sec. of heating operation More than 10 min. running of compressor

-6°C ON

HOTSTART

INDOOR FAN COMPRESSOR 4-WAY VALVE

ON ON ON OFF

OFF

ON

ON

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3. Convertible Type Indoor Unit
(1) The function of main control
I Time Delay Safety Control
• 3min… The compressor is ceased for 3minutes to balance the pressure in the refrigeration cycle. (Protection of compressor) … Vertical air flow direction control louvers open in 5 seconds to prevent noise between louvers and wind. • 5sec • 30sec… The 4-way valve is ceased for 30sec. to prevent the refrigerant-gas abnormal noise when the Heating operation is OFF or switched to the other operation mode while compress is off. While compressor is running, it takes 3~5 seconds to switch.

I Airflow Direction Control
• This function is to swing the louver up and down automatically and to set it at the desired position. • The procedure is as the following. 1st ; Press the ON/OFF Button to operate the product. 2nd ; Press the Airflow Direction Control Button to swing the louver up and down automatically. 3nd ; Repress the Airflow Direction Control Button to set the louver as the desired position.

MODE 0 MODE1 MODE 2 MODE 3 MODE 4 MODE 5 MODE 6 MODE 7 MODE 9 (CLOSE) 135° Cooling

※ For Heating Model
• Airflow direction control figure when installed on the floor.
OPEN MODE 1 MODE 2 MODE 3 MODE 4 MODE 5 MODE 6 MODE 7 MODE 8 MODE 9 CLOSE Heating Heating 135° Cooling 12°

• Airflow direction control figure when installed under the ceiling.
OPEN MODE 1 MODE 2 MODE 3 MODE 4 MODE 5 MODE 6 MODE 7 MODE 8 MODE 9 CLOSE Cooling Heating 135° 12°

OPEN MODE 1 MODE 2 MODE 3 MODE 4 MODE 5 MODE 6 MODE 7 MODE 8 MODE 9 CLOSE Heating Heating 135° Cooling 12°

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3. Cooling Mode Operation
• When selecting the Cooling( ) Mode Operation, the unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is as following Intake Air temp. COMP. ON (SET TEMP.+0.5°C) COMP. OFF (SET TEMP. -0.5°C)

More than 3 minutes

More than 3 minutes Selecting fan speed ON Low OFF Selecting fan speed ON

INDOOR FAN COMPRESSOR

Selecting fan speed ON

Low OFF

4. Cooling or Heating Mode with Sleep Mode Auto Operation
• When selecting the Cooling( ) or the Heating( ) combined with the Sleep Mode Auto Operation( operation diagram is as following. ■ Cooling Mode with the Sleep Mode • The setting temperature will be raised by 1°C 30minutes later and by 2°C 1 hour later. • The operation will be stopped after 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 hours. 30 minutes 30 minutes Intake Air temp. COMP. ON (SET TEMP.+0.5°C) COMP. OFF (SET TEMP. -0.5°C) INDOOR FAN COMPRESSOR Low ON More than 3 minutes Low OFF Low ON
1°C

), the

1°C

More than 3 minutes Low OFF Low ON

■ Heating Mode with the Sleep Mode. • The operation will be stopped after 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 hours. Setting Temp. +3°C (Compressor OFF) Setting Temp. (Compressor ON) Indoor Fan Compressor Low. ON Low. OFF Low. ON Low. OFF Low. ON Low. OFF

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5. Auto Operation
• The operation procedure is as following. (Cooling & Heating Model) Press Start/Stop Button

Select Auto Operation Mode

Check the Room temperature

Operation mode Indoor fan speed Setting temperature Intake-air temperature Operation Mode

are automatically decided by Fuzzy rule.

below 21°C Heating

Over 21°C

~

below 24°C

Over 24°C Cooling

Soft Dry

* If initial mode is decided, that mode is continued without the room temperature changing. * For cooling operation mode over 24°C setting temperature and fan speed are same as cooling only model. • Auto Operation for Cooling. (Cooling only Model) Operation Condition Intake-air Temperature Over 26°C When Auto Operation initial start Over 24°C~below 26°C Over 22°C~below 24°C Setting temperature 25°C Intake air -1°C Intake air -0.5°C Controlled by Fuzzy logic In this mode, when pressing the vertical air diretion control. Button, louvers moves to 1/f rhythm (refer to page 17) Fan speed Air Direction Control

Over 20°C~below 22°C intake air temperture below 20°C When pressing room temp- Over 20°C~below 30°C erature setting button below 20°C during Auto Operation over 30°C Intake-Air temp Setting Temp. +0.5°C (Compressor OFF) Setting Temp.-0.5°C (Compressor ON) 20°C Fuzzy control 20°C 30°C

Indoor Fan Compressor ON OFF –17–

Fuzzy Speed ON OFF

• Auto Operation for Soft Dry The Setting temperature will be same as that of the current intake-air temperature. - Compressor ON temperature; Setting temperature +1°C - Compressor OFF temperature; Setting temperature -0.5°C

• Auto Operation for Heating. Intake Air temp. Setting temp. below 20°C 20°C over 20℃~below 21°C Intake air temp. +0.5°C

- Compressor ON temperature; Setting temperature - Compressor OFF temperature; Setting temperature +3°C

Setting temp. 21.5°C

20.5°C

20°C

20°C

21°C

Intake-Air temp.

• 1/f rhythm louver operation : In Auto operation mode, when pressing the vertical air direction control button, louver moves as following cycle. MODE0 MODE1 MODE2 MODE3 MODE4 MODE5 MODE6 End MODE9 (CLOSED) –18– Start

6. Natural wind by CHAOS logic
For more fresh feeling than other fan speed mode, press the indoor fan Speed Selector and set to CHAOS mode. In this mode, the wind blows like natural breeze by automatically changing fan speed according to the CHAOS logic.

Intake Air temp.

Setting CHAOS Natural wind

Cooling on temp. (Setting temp.+0.5) Setting temp. Cooling off temp. (Setting temp.-0.5)

INDOOR FAN OUTDOOR FAN/COMP. : Setting fan speed : CHAOS Natural wind : LOW : COMP ON : COMP OFF

GRAPH of Natural wind by the CHAOS logis (During Cooling operation)

Intake Air temp.

Setting CHAOS Natural wind

Heating off temp. (Setting temp.+3.0)

Heating on temp. (Setting temp.)

30sec

INDOOR FAN OUTDOOR FAN/COMP. : Setting fan speed : CHAOS Natural wind

LOW OR STOP

: LOW

: COMP ON

: COMP OFF

GRAPH of Natural wind by the CHAOS logis (During Heating operation)
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7. Heating Mode Operation
The unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is shown as following.

• For Heating Model

Indoor piping temp.

28°C 26°C

Intake Air temp. Setting temp. +3.0˚C (Compressor OFF) Setting temp. (Compressor ON)
minimum 1min.
COMPRESSOR OUTDOOR FAN INDOOR FAN 4-WAY VALVE
Fan Stops ON ON Low Fan Selected Fan

minimum 3min.
OFF OFF Low Fan ON ON Selected Fan ON

minimum 30sec. minimum 3min.
OFF OFF Low Fan Fan Stop

minimum 1min.
ON ON Low Fan Selected Fan

8. Hot-Start Control
• The indoor fan stops until the evaporator piping temperature will be reached to 28℃. • During heating operation, if piping temperatures falls below 26°C fan stops. • The operation diagram is as following.

PIPING TEMPERATURE
28°C (22˚C) 26°C (20˚C)

1min

INDOOR FAN COMPRESSOR : Selected Fan : Low Fan ON : Fan Stop

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9. Deice Control
• Deicing operation is controlled by timer and sensing the outdoor piping temperature. • The first deicing starts only when the outdoor pipe temperature falls below -6°C after 45(30) minutes passed from starting of heating operation. • Deicing ends after 10(6) minutes passed from starting of deice operation or when the outdoor pipe temperature rises over 12°C even if before 10(6) minutes. • The second deicing starts only when the outdoor pipe temperture falls below -6°C after 45(30) minutes passed from ending of the first deicing.
The outdoor piping Temp. 12°C DEICE OFF More than 45(30) minutes of heating operation Within More than 45(30) minutes 10(6) minutes of heating operation Deicing

Deicing

-6°C DEICE ON HOTSTART

INDOOR FAN COMPRESSOR 4-WAY VALVE

ON ON ON OFF

OFF ON ON

ON ON

OFF ON OFF

10. Soft Dry Operation
• During Soft Dry Operation, the compressor ON temperature is the setting temperature plus 1°C, the compressor OFF temperature is the setting temperature minus 0.5°C. • When the room temperature rises over the compressor ON temperature, the operation mode is switched to the cooling mode. • When the room temperature falls between the compressor ON temperature and OFF temperature, the operation mode is switched to the Soft Dry Operation. In this temperature range, 10min. Dry Operation, 7min operation OFF. During 10min Dry operation, if the room temperature falls below compressor OFF temperature, Compressor OFF. • In micom dehumidify mode, control of fan speed is as following.
Intake Air temp.

Setting temp. +1.0˚C (Compressor ON) Setting temp. Setting temp. -0.5˚C (Compressor OFF)
Cooling 2min.58sec. 10min.
COMPRESSOR OUTDOOR FAN INDOOR FAN ON ON
Selected Fan

7min.
OFF OFF
Low Fan

10min. Within 7min. Cooling 2min.58sec.
ON ON OFF OFF ON ON
Selected Fan

OFF OFF

ON ON

OFF OFF

ON ON
Low Fan

OFF OFF

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11. Forced operation
• If you lose wireless remote controller, you can operate the unit with forced operation switch. • The standard conditions are as following. Cooling Model Room Temp≥ 24°C Operation Mode FAN Speed Setting Temp. Cooling High 24°C Cooling High 22°C Heat pump Model 21°C〈Room Temp≤24°C Soft Dry Soft Dry Rule Air Intake Temperature Room Temp〈21°C Heating High 24°C

• Unit operates in low fan mode for first 15 seconds, then switched to proper operation mode according to intake Air temperature. Forced Operation Button
R

Press the Forced Operation Button.

•Press the Forced Operation Button once again to stop operation.

12. Protection of the evaporator pipe from frosting
If the temperature of the indoor coil is below 0°C after 7 minutes from starting the compressor, the

compressor and the outdoor fan is stopped, and then after 3 minute delay of the compressor and the temperature of the indoor coil is over 7°C, the compressor and the outdoor fan is reoperated. Indoor fan operates at low speed (comp. OFF) or at selected speed (comp. ON)

13. Inlet grille open
Once the inlet grille is opened during operation of the unit, the unit automatically stops operation and the lamps will be turned-off. But memorized functions are still available. When the inlet grille is closed again, the unit become waiting state for operation. From then, the unit can be operated by forced operation button or Start/Stop button of remote controller.

14. Test Operation
• When pressing forced operation switch about 3 seconds, the unit operates in cooling mode at high speed fan regardless of room temperature and resets in 18 min. • During test operation, if remote controller signal is received, the unit operates as remote controller sets.

15. Auto Restarting Operation
• When the power is restored after a sudden power failure while in appliance operation, the mode before the power failure is kept on the memory and the appliance should be on the automatically operates in the mode on the memory. • Operation Mode that is kept on the memory - State of Operation ON/OFF - Operation Mode/Setting Temp/Selected airflow Speed - Sleep Timer Mode/Remaining Time of Sleep Timer(unit of hour)

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Dimensions
1. Indoor Unit
• Room Type Indoor Unit
D

H

W

Tubing hole cover
Installation plate Installation plate

Left rear piping
80mm 20mm

Right rear piping

Left rear piping
A A A

Right rear piping

Left rear piping
"D"

Right rear piping
"C"

20mm

A

50mm ø70mm ø70mm

ø70mm

ø70mm

Hole Center

ø70mm

FMN0760NL, FMN0960NL

FMN1260NL

FMN1860NL

MODEL DIM W H D mm mm mm

FMN0760NL FMN0960NL 802 262 165

FMN1260NL 888 287 170

FMN1860NL 1,080 314 181

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• Art Cool Type Indoor Unit

Hanger Hole
W D

H

Pipe Hole

Fix Hole

MODEL DIM W H D Unit mm mm mm

INDOOR UNIT 570 568 137

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• Convertible Type Indoor Unit

1200mm

61

5m

m

R

205mm
63mm 38mm

26

5m

39 m

2m

m

46

8m

m

175mm

(Installation Plate)
250mm

36

mm

1

6 07

mm

(Rear Side)
36 mm

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• Cassette Type Indoor Unit
670

269 670 670 670

CLOSE

OPEN

OPEN

CLOSE

2. Outdoor Unit
370 900

55

570 450

570
1,225

521 40 30

110 269 90 120.4

110 90 190.5 160

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52

Wiring Diagram
1. Room Type Indoor Unit 2. Art Cool Type Indoor Unit

CN-FAN

OR

SSR

REMOTE CONTROL

BK ZNR CN-TH THERMISTOR

BR

YL

CN-U/D

CN-POWER

SH-CAPA.

STEP MOTOR

CN-UD

CN-TH1

MOTOR

WH BK FAN MOTOR YL RD

CN-MOTOR2

AUTO RESTART

MAIN PCB ASSY

CN-GND

MAIN PCB ASM

FORCED OPERATION

STEP MOTOR

CN-POWER

FUSE 250V 3.15A

CN-LR1

FUSE AC250V/T2A

Z

STEP MOTOR

GN/YL

BR

BL

RD

1(L) 2(N)

3

4

CN-LR2

STEP MOTOR

BR

BL

YL

CN-DISP1 PILLAR TERMINAL

CN-D1

CN-D2

TO OUTDOOR UNIT

1(L) 2(N)

3

DISPLAY PCB ASM

STEP MOTOR
TO OUTDOOR UNIT

CONNECT PCB ASSY

DISPLAY PCB ASSY

INDOOR WIRING DIAGRAM
3854A20023B

STEP MOTOR INDOOR WIRING DIAGRAM

3854A20219A

3. Cassette Type Indoor Unit

4. Convertible Type Indoor Unit
THERMISTOR TRANSFORMER CN-TRANS BR YL OR RD BL BK CN-FAN CN-UP/DOWN 1,2 RY-L RY-M RY-H CN-TH

BR GN/YL FUSE 250V 5A YL

ROOM SENSOR

INDOOR MOTOR
OR BK

DRAIN PUMP
BL BL

STEP MOTOR

CAPACITOR

BR BL

FUSE T3.15A

GN/YL

MOTOR

STEP MOTOR

3(L) 4(N) 5 6 7

TO OUTDOOR UNIT

PIPE SENSOR

DOOR S/W 1,2

MAIN PCB ASSY

STEP MOTOR

GN/YL

RD

FLOAT S/W

FUSE T3.15A

CN - DISP

CN-POWER BR BL RD

CN-DISP

1(L) 2(N)

4

5

6

TERMINAL BLOCK

TERMINAL BLOCK

DISPLAY PCB
TO OUTDOOR UNIT

DISPLAY PCB ASSY

INDOOR WIRING DIAGRAM

3854A20221A

INDOOR WIRING DIAGRAM

3854A20220A

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5. Outdoor Unit (FMU4480N6L)

Outdoor Unit Wiring Diagram
N
A 1(L)

BRIDGE DIODE

F EDCB A

BR YL OR RD BL YL

SUB PCB ASM

REACTOR

P
RD BK RD

800V 0.27uF

100K,2W

A UNIT

1 3(A) C

B UNIT

W

1(L) 2(N)

1 4 1

D

IPM WH V
BL

E

3(B)

F 2 5 2 2 3

1(L)

1

C UNIT

2(N)

1(L)

2 5 2

B A
BK BK BR BR

CNGATE2

MOTOR MOTOR

3(C)

CNGATE1

U

2(N)

B

100K,2W

CN-IPM
RY-FAN1(LOW)

2(N)

2(N) 2(N) 2(N) 1(L) 1(L) 1(L)

D UNIT

1

RY-FAN1(HIGH)

BL BK OR

BR YL CAPACITOR

2

CN-DATA
RY-FAN2(LOW)

3(D) 3 1(L) 3 6 3 3(E) 1(L) 5 4

CN-FAN1
BL BK OR

WH

CN-LEV1

E UNIT

A LEV B LEV

WH
RY-FAN2(HIGH)

BR YL CAPACITOR

2(N)

CN-LEV3 CN-LEV2

BL
RY-SV

CN-FAN2 GAS BY-PASS
CN-SV

6

F UNIT

BK

2(N) 3 3(F)

C LEV D LEV

YL
RY-4WAY

CN-LEV5 CN-LEV4

WH
RY-HEAT

4WAY COIL
CRANKCASE HEATER

GN/YL

CN-4WAY

E LEV F LEV

BL

CN-HEAT
YL CN-AC
PTC

N T S R

BK WH BL BR

CN-TH3 CN-TH2 CN-TH1

RY-START

T S R
POWER INPUT 3%%c 4W 380-415V 50HZ

TH-A TH-B TH-C TH-D TH-E TH-F TH-PIPE TH-AIR
IN

CN-LEV6

N

63H BK
RY-COMP

BK YL

52F

WH

500V 25A

FUSE

FUSE 250V 5A

CN-PWR

YL WH

CN-TH5 CN-TH4

CN-DC
CN-POWER

NOISE FILTER
OUT

TH-SUC TH-DIS

BK

RD

BK

WH

BR BL WHBK

CT
NOTE
BL : BLUE BK : BLACK BR : BROWN OR : ORANGE RD : RED WH : WHITE GN/YL : GREEN/YELLOW WIRING OF FIELD (CONNECTING WIRE)

52F 63H A LEV TH-A

MAGNETIC SWITCH HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH LINEAR EXPANSION VALVE FOR A PIPE THERMISTOR FOR A PIPE TEMP.

TH-PIPE TH-AIR TH-SUC TH-DIS

THERMISTOR FOR PIPE TEMP. THERMISTOR FOR OUTAIR TEMP. THERMISTOR FOR SUCTION PIPE TEMP. THERMISTOR FOR DISCHARGE PIPE TEMP.

3854A20012H

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Self-diagnosis Function
I Error Indicator • The function is to self-diagnoisis airconditioner and express the troubles identifically if there is any trouble. • Error mark is ON/OFF for the operation LED of evaporator body in the same manner as the following table. • If more than two troubles occur simultaneously, primarily the highest trouble fo error code is expressed. • After error occurrence, if error is released, error LED is also released simultaneously. • To operate again on the occurrence of error code 15, be sure to pull out power cord and then re-insert. • Having or not of error code is different from Model.
ERROR CODE 1 CONTENTS Indoor Thermistor open/short Outdoor Thermistor open/short Wired Remocon Communication Error Drain pump Error Poor Communication Fire alarm Response Difference Operation CT Current LED DISPLAY NO DISPLAY CASE Operation OFF Operation OFF OPERATION • Stop the indoor Fan When indoor thermistor is error. • Operates by Outdoor Micom Control.

2

3

• Operation ON • Signal on For • Stop the operation 5 Seconds Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above Same as above

4

5

Same as above

6

Same as above

7

Same as above

8

Same as above

9

IBM Error DC Low Voltage High Voltage/Power Error/Condenser Temp. Error Connecting Wire/ Pipe Error Excessive Capacity Discharge Temp. Error Incorrect Wiring (U.V.W)

Same as above

10

Same as above

11

Same as above

12

Same as above

13

Same as above

14

Same as above

15

Same as above

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Refrigeration Cycle Diagram
1. FM-4480N6L (Cooling & Heating modes)
Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit

Heat Exchanger

Heat Exchanger

A

B

C
3-WAY Valve 4-WAY Valve

D

E
Comp

F

ex)

LEV Cooling & Deice Heating

Pipe Size GAS 9.52mm(3/8") 12.7mm(1/2") 15.88mm(5/8") LIQUID 6.35mm(1/4") 6.35mm(1/4") 6.35mm(1/4")

Standard Length (m)

Max. Elevation (m)

Max. length (m)

Additional Refrigerant (g/m)

7.5

7.5

25

25

(Rated performance for refrigerant line length of : 7.5m)
B(Length)

INDOOR UNIT
A(Height)

OUTDOOR UNIT
C(Height)

INDOOR UNIT
D(Length)

** A, B mean indoor unit higher located than outdoor unit. C, D mean outdoor unit higher located than indoor unit. For installation over rated distance, 25g of refrigerant should be added for each meter in Heat pump Model. ex) When installed at a distance of 15m, 75g of refrigerant should be added in Heat pump Model. (15 – 7.5) x 25g = 187.5g

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Installation of Indoor, Outdoor Unit
1. Selection of the best location
(1) Indoor unit
1. Room Type Indoor Unit
• There should not be any heat source or steam near the
Front Left Rear left Down right Right Rear right

unit. • There should not be any obstacles to prevent the air circulation. • A place where air circulation in the room will be good. • A place where drainage can be easily obtained. • A place where noise prevention is taken into consideration. • Do not install the unit near the door way. • Ensure the spaces indicated by arrows from the wall, ceiling, fence, or other obstacles.

More than 5 cm More than 5 cm More than 5 cm More than eye-level

2. Cassette Type Indoor Unit • There should not be any heat source or steam near the unit. • There should not be any obstacles to the air circulation. • A place where air circulation in the room will be good. • A place where drainage can be easily obtained. • A place where noise prevention is taken into consideration. • Do not install the unit near the door way. • Ensure the spaces indicated by arrows from the wall, ceiling, or other obstacles. • The indoor unit must have the maintenance space around

Ceiling Ceiling Board

30 or more

Ceiling Board 30 or less Unit:cm

3. Art Cool Type Indoor Unit • Do not have any heat or steam near the unit. • Select a place where there are no obstacles in front of the unit. • Make sure that condensation drainage can be conveniently routed away. Do not install near a doorway. • Ensure that the space around the left and right of the unit is more than 50cm. The unit should be installed as high on the wall as possible, allowing a minimum of 10cm from ceiling. • Use a stud finder to locate studs to prevent unnecessary damage to the wall.
More than 10cm More than 50cm

Above 250 330 or less

50 or more

100 or more

50 or more

Floor

More than 50cm

More than 2m

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4. Convertible Type Indoor Unit • There should not be any heat source or steam near the unit. • There should not be any obstacles to prevent the air circulation. • A place where air circulation in the room will be good. • A place where drainage can be easily obtained. • A place where noise prevention is taken into consideration. • Do not install the unit near the door way. • Ensure the spaces indicated by arrows from the wall, ceiling, or other obstacles.
More than 20cm More than 20cm
R

More than eye-level

(Ceiling installation)
More than 20cm

R

More than 20cm

(Floor/Wall installation)

(2) Outdoor unit
• If an awning is built over the unit to prevent direct sunlight or rain exposure, be careful that heat radiation from the condenser is not restricted. • There should not be any animals or plants which could be affected by hot air discharged. • Ensure the spaces indicated by arrows from the wall, ceiling, fence, or other obstacles.

Air Intake (side, rear)

more than 30cm more than 30cm

Control cover Connecting wire Connection pipe Drain hose

more than 70cm
Air Outlet

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2. Piping and Drainage of Indoor Unit
(1) Preparation of pipings
1. Cut the pipes and the cable. • Use the accessory piping kit or the pipes purchased locally. • Measure the distance between the indoor and the outdoor unit. • Cut the pipes a little longer than the measured distance. • Cut the cable 1.5m longer than the length of the pipe.

Copper tube

90°

Slanted Uneven Rough

2. Remove burrs. • Remove burrs from cut edges of pipes. • Turn the pipe end toward down to avoid the metal powder entering the pipe. CAUTION • If burrs are not removed, they may cause a gas leakage.
Point down

Pipe Reamer

3. Flaring the pipes. • Insert the flare nuts, mounted on the connection ports of both indoor and outdoor unit, onto the copper pipes. Some refrigerant gas may leak, when the flare nuts are removed from the indoor unit, as some gas is charged to prevent the inside of the pipe from rusting. • Fit the copper pipe end into the Bar of flare tool about 0.5~1.0mm higher. (See illustration) • Flare the pipe ends. Outside diameter mm inch ø6.35 1/4 ø9.52 3/8 ø12.7 1/2 ø15.88 5/8 A mm 0.5~0.8 0.5~0.8 0.5~0.8 0.8~1.0

Handle Bar Bar "A" Yoke Cone Copper pipe Clamp handle Red arrow mark

Smooth all round Inside is shining without scratches

= Improper flaring =

4. Tape the flaring portion to protect it from the dust or damages.
Even length all round

Inclined Surface Cracked Uneven damaged thickness

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Piping Connection
1. Form the piping according to its routing. Avoid bending and bending back the same piping point more than three times. (This will result in hardening the pipe.) 2. After deforming the piping, align centers of the union fitting of the indoor unit and the piping, and tighten them firmly with wrenches. 3. Connect pipe to the service valve or ball valve which is located below the outdoor unit. 4. After completing the piping connection, be sure to check if there is gas leakage in indoor and outdoor connection.

Liquid side Indoor unit
Outdoor unit

Flare connection Gas side Flare connection

Vacuum drying
After completing the piping connection, execute vacuum drying for the connecting piping and the indoor unit. The vacuum drying must be carried out using the service ports of both the liquid and gas side valves.

CAUTION Use two wrenches and tighten with regular torque. Flare nut fastening torque Ø6.35mm(1/4") 1.8kg.mm Ø9.52mm(3/8") Ø12.7mm(1/2") Ø15.88mm(5/8") 4.0kg.mm 5.5kg.mm 6.6kg.mm
Union

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3. The Indoor Unit Installation
(1) Room Type Indoor Unit
The mounting wall should be strong and solid enough to protect it from the vibration. 1. Mount the installation plate on the wall with four Type "A" screws. (If mounting the unit on the concrete wall, consider using anchor bolts.) • Always mount the Installation plate horizontally by aligning the marking-off line by means of the thread and a level. 2. Drill the piping hole with 70mm dia. holecore drill. • Line according to the arrows marked on lower the left and the rght side of the Installation Plate. The meeting point of the extended line is the center of the hole. • Drill the piping hole at either the right or the left and the hole should be slightly slant to the outdoor side.

Installation Plate

Type "A" screw Weight

marking-off line Thread

The lower left and the right side of Installation Plate

FMN0760NL, FMN0960NL
Left rear piping
80mm 20mm 20mm 50mm ø70mm ø70mm

Right rear piping

FMN1260NL
Left rear piping
A A A A

Right rear piping

ø70mm

ø70mm

FMN1860NL
Left rear piping
"D"

Right rear piping
"C"

Hole Center

ø70mm

Wall Indoor Outdoor

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5~7mm

1) Connection of Pipings
1. Remove the installation plate • Pull the two '∆' marked portion of bottom of the chassis and pull the installation plate out of chassis. 2. Route the drain hose and the indoor tubing.
Installation plate

Pull

Pull

For left rear piping
3. Route the tubing and the drain hose straight backwards(see figure). 4. Insert the connecting cable into the indoor unit through the piping hole. • Do not connect the cable to the indoor unit. • Make a small loop with the cable for easy connection later.

Tubing holder • To remove the holder, press the bottom of the chassis near the holder upwards and the tab is clear of its hole. • Trit clockwise approx. 90° and remove it.

• ➀ Press

5. Tape the tubing, drain hose and the connecting cable. Be sure that drain hose locates at the lowest side of the bundle. Locating at the upper side can be a reason that drain water overflows drain pan inside the unit.

Gas side piping Connecting cable Liquid side piping Drain hose

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6. Indoor unit installation. • Hook the indoor unit onto the upper position of the installation plate. (Engage the two hooks of the rear top of the indoor unit with the upper edge of the installation plate.) Ensure the hooks are properly seated on the installation plate by moving it in left and right.

Connecting cable

Drain hose
Press the lower left and right side of the unit against the Installation Plate until the hooks engage with their slots (sound click).

7. Connecting the pipings to the indoor unit. • Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare nut with fingers. • Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until the wrench clicks. Wrench tightening the flare nut with forque wrench, ensure the direction for tightening follows the arrows on the wrench. Outside diameter mm inch ø6.35 1/4 ø9.52 3/8 ø12.7 1/2 ø15.88 5/8 A mm 0.5~0.8 0.5~0.8 0.5~0.8 0.8~1.0

Indoor unit tubing

Flare nut

Pipings

Spanner Torque wrench

8. Wrap the insulation material around the connecting portion. CAUTION • Take care to arrange the pipings, drain hose and cables as the right upper picture for inserting it into the indoor unit and refixing the tubing holder easily.

Plastic bands

Insulation material

Wrap the insulation material around the connecting portion.

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9. Set the pipings and the connecting cable to the back of the chassis with the tubing holder. • Hook the edge of tubing holder to tap on chassis and push the bottom of tubing holder to be engaged in the bottom of chassis.

Drain hose Taping Piping Tubing holder

1 Hook

2 Push

10. Indoor unit installation. • Hook the indoor unit onto the upper portion of installation plate. (Engage the two hooks of the rear top of the indoor unit with the upper edge of the installation plate.) Ensure the hooks are properly seated on the installation plate by moving it in left and right.

Connecting cable

Drain hose
Press the lower left and right side of the unit against the Installation Plate until the hooks engages with their slots (sound click).

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(2) Cassette Type Indoor Unit
1) Ceiling opening dimensions and hanging bolt location
• The dimensions of cardboard for installing are the same as those of the ceiling opening dimensions.
39.5 600 (Ceiling opening) 521(Hanging bolt) 39.5

75

Ceiling Level gauge

570 Unit size 570 Unit size

CAUTION • This air-conditioner uses a drain pump. • Install the unit horizontally using a level gauge. • During the installation, be careful not to damage electric wires. • Select and mark the position for fixing bolts and piping hole. • Decide the position for fixing bolts slightly tilted to the drain direction after considering the direction of drain hose. • Drill the hole for anchor bolt on the wall.

75

Ceiling board

NOTE:
• Avoid the following installation location. 1. Such places as restaurants and kitchen where considerable amount of oil steam and flour is generated. These may cause heat exchange efficiency reduction, or water drops, drain pump mal-function. In these cases, take the following actions; • Make sure that ventilation fan is enough to cover all noxious gases from this place. • Ensure enough distance from the cooking room to install the air conditioner in such a place where it may not suck oily steam.

Air conditioner

Take enough distance Use the ventilation fan for smoke-collecting hood with sufficient capacity. Cooking table

2. Avoid installng air conditioner in such places where cooking oil or iron powder is generated. 3. Avoid places where inflammable gas is generated. 4. Avoid place where noxious gas is generated. 5. Avoid places near high frequency generators.

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600 (Ceiling opening) Unit:mm

450 (Hanging bolt)

Ceiling Hanging bolt (W3/8 or M10) Nut (W3/8 or M10) Spring washer (M10) Keep the length of the bolt from the bracket to 40mm Flat washer for M10 (accessory) Ceiling board Air Conditioner body

Ceiling board

Flat washer for M10 (accessory) Nut (W3/8 or M10)

Cardboard for installation

Set screw of cardboard (4 pieces) Open the ceiling board along the outer edge of the paper model

Adjust the same height

• The following parts are local purchasing. Hanging Bolt - W 3/8 or M10 Nut - W 3/8 or M10 Spring Washer - M10 Plate Washer - M10

• Drill the piping hole on the wall slightly tilted to the outdoor side using a Ø 70 hole-core drill.

Wall Indoor Outdoor

CAUTION • Tighten the nut and bolt to prevent the unit from falling off.

CAUTION • Install certainly the cassette trim. • Cool air leakage causes sweating. Water drops fall.

Good example
Air conditioner unit

Bad example
Air

5~7mm
Air conditioner unit Cool air leakage (no good) Ceiling board Cassette trim

Ceiling board Cassette trim Fit the insulator (this part) and be careful for cool air leakage

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150mm

2) Installation of Decorative Panel
The decorative panel has its installation direction. Before installing the decorative panel, always remove the paper template.

1. Temporarily fix two decorative panel fixing screws (hexagon M5 screw) on the unit body. (Tighten by amount 10mm in length.) The fixing screws (hexagon M5 screw) are included the indoor unit box. 2. Remove the air inlet grille from the decorative panel. (Remove the hook for the air inlet grille cord.) 3. Hook the decorative panel key hole ( ) on the screws fixed in step above, and slide the panel so that the screws reach the key hole edge. 4. Retighten completely two temporarily fixed screws and other two screws. (Total 4 screws) 5. Connect the louver motor connector and display connector. 6. After tightening these screws, install the air inlet grille (including the air filter).

Air conditioner unit

Piping side

Decorative panel fixing screws (hexagon M5 screws) Temporally fitting at 2 places (Tightening about 10mm)

Control box cover

Louver motor Inlet Grille

Decorative panel
Display Key holes Lead wire for louver motor and display

Decorative panel fixing screws (Hexagon M5 screw)

Inlet Grille

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(3) Art Cool Type Indoor Unit
1) Preparing work for Installation
The wall you select should be strong and solid enough to prevent vibration 1. Open panel front • First,Pull the grille bottom, then remove screws (2 pieces), and close grille bottom again. • The moment of lifting the both lower parts of panel front, you can hear sound this panel came out, In this time panel front is separated • After pull down this panel a bit, and separate connecting wire with product.

2. Cover pipe and cover side remove • Remove two screws(for fixing cover pipe) • Pull up the cover side of desired connecting direction, then cover side is separated. • In case connecting direction is left or right, path through the hole of cover side.
CAUTION

After removing the pipe hole, cut the burr for safety.

Pipe hole

NOTE: When connecting pipe path through rear wall, don’t remove the hole. 3. Drain hose junction • Remove the rubber stopple of desired drain direction. • As the following picture, Insert drain hose in the handle of drain pan, and join drain hose and connecting hose.

Panel Front Connector Adhesive Only one desiring direction

Connecting part Drain hose rubber cap

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2) Sticking the installation guide map and fixing Indoor unit
1. Put an Installation Guide Map on the desired surface.
INSTALLATION GUIDE MAP

7. Drill the piercing part for connecting pipe as diameter 50mm. (In case of piercing rear surface)

Refer to No. 5 on this page when making a hole in the wall.

2. Make a hole with diameter of 6mm and depth of 30-35mm when piercing a screw point.
IN ST AII AT IO N GU ID EM AP

8. First, Drive the two points of the upper parts by screws. (Leave 10mm for hanging product)
mm

10

IN ST AL LA TIO N

3. Drive the fore plastic anchors into drilled points.
IN ST AL LA TIO N

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GU ID EM AP

9. Drive the lower parts after facing the hole of product with plastic anchors, and fix completely the upper screws.
Plastic anchors

Plastic anchors

4. Hang the hole of product at the upper screws. (In this time, Remove the map)
(Falling attention)
INS TAL LAT ION GUID EM AP

In case of nothing wrong in the matter, connect the pipe and the wire. (Installation manual reference)

Hanger hole (Rear side of product)

5. Check the fixed product with light power.

3) Preparing work for installation
1. Drill a hole in the wall • Drill the piping hole with a ø50mm hole core drill. Drill the piping hole at either the right or the left with the hole slightly slanted to the outdoor side.
WALL

6. Look at suited horizon by horizontal meter on the horizontal setting line, and Fix lightly the map by adhesive tape.
Horizontality
IN ST AL LA TIO N GU ID EM AP

Indoor

Outdoor

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(0.2~0.3")

5-7mm

4) Connection of piping Indoor
• Preparing the indoor unit's piping and drain hose for installation through the wall. 1. Route the indoor tubing and the drain hose in the direction of rear left or right.

• Tighten the flare nut with a wrench.

Open-end wrench (fixed) Flare nut Wrench Connection pipe

2. Tape the tubing, drain hose, and the connecting cable. Be sure that the drain hose is located at the lowest side of the bundle. Locating at the upper side can cause drain pan to overflow inside the unit.

Indoor unit tubing

• When extending the drain hose at the indoor unit, install the drain pipe.

Drain pipe

Loop

Indoor unit drain hose Adhesive Vinyl tape(narrow)

Connecting cable Drain hose

Gas side piping

Liquid side piping

NOTE: If the drain hose is routed inside the room, insulate the hose with an insulation material* so that dripping from "sweating"(condensation) will not damage furniture or floors. *Foamed polyethylene or equivalent is recommended.

4. Wrap the insulation material around the connecting portion. • Overlap the connection pipe insulation material and the indoor unit pipe insulation material. Bind them together with vinyl tape so that there is no gap.
Plastic bands Insulation material

3. Connecting the pipings to the indoor unit and drain hose to drain pipe. • Align the center of the pipes and sufficiently tighten the flare nut by hand.

Indoor unit tubing

Flare nut

Pipes

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• Wrap the area which accommodates the rear piping housing section with vinyl tape.
Connection pipe Vinyl tape (wide) Wrap with vinyl tape Indoor unit pipe

Connecting cable

Pipe Vinyl tape(narrow)

• Bundle the piping and drain hose together by wrapping them with vinyl tape for enough to cover where they fit into the rear piping housing section.

Wrap with vinyl tape Pipe

Vinyl tape(wide) Drain hose

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5) Panel Front Assembly
1. First, Check the side cover assembly exactly, Fix power cord in the bottom groove of cover side left.

2. Assemble connecting lead wire with controller and first fix the upper part of panel front, then match the lower part of panel front

Panel Front Connector

3. Drive two screws.

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(4) Convertible Type Indoor Unit
I Before Installing, prepare Installation Plates • 'Installation Plates' are attached at the bottom of indoor unit. Detach them by removing each 3 screws at both sides. • Detach 'Side Plate (R,L)' by removing each 2 screws on both sides. • Pull the upper right and left side of 'Inlet Grille' to the front, and it will stop at slightly tilted position. • Unhook the 'Inlet hanger' from the 'Hanger screw' on the both left and right side. • Detach the 'Inlet Grille' from the Indoor Unit.
Side Plate
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Install Plate

1) Installation on the ceiling
• Measure and mark the position for the Suspension bolts and the piping hole. • Drill the hole for anchor nut on the ceiling.
Inlet Grille
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Inlet hanger

Hanger screw 1076 265

1)

※ Before secure the Installation Plates, select the bent direction of the Installion Plate to the inside or the outside according to the installation circumstances.

Suspension bolt

Center-line for the piping hole 265

2)

1236

• Drill the piping hole on the wall slightly tilted to the outdoor side using a ø70 hole-core drill.

Indoor

WALL

Outdoor 5~7mm

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• Insert the nuts and washer onto the suspension bolts for locking the suspension bolts on the ceiling. • Mount the suspension bolts to the anchor-nuts firmly. • Secure the Installation plates onto the Suspension bolts (adjust level roughly.) using nuts, washers and spring washers.

1)
Nut

Anchor nut Ceiling

Washer

Suspension bolts

Suspension bolts Spring washer Nut

max. 12mm

Washer

2)

• Engage 2 hooks on the both left and right side of the unit to the lower slot of Installation Plates. • Adjust a level with a level gauge on the direction of left-right, back-forth by adjusting suspension bolts. • Move the hooks on the unit to the upper slot of Installation Plates. Then the unit will be declined to the bottomside so as to drain well.

Lower slot Level gauge

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Suspension bolt

Adjust a level

Installation plate

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Upper slot

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CAUTION

1. Install declination of the indoor unit is very important for the drain of the convertible type air conditioner. 2. Minimum thickness of the insulation for the connecting pipe shall be 7mm. 3. If the Installation Plates are fixed to horizontal line, the indoor unit after installing will be declined to the bottomside.

Front of view
• The unit must be horizontal or declined to the drain hose connected when finished installation.
Ceiling

Drain hose

Ceiling

Side of view
• The unit must be declined to the bottomside of the unit when finished installation.
Ceiling

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• Secure the unit to the Installation Plates with four M8 bolts and washers.

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• Before working, refer to "Connecting pipe and cable to Indoor Unit" on page 55.
• Hook up the Inlet Grille Hook to the cabinet. • Hang the Inlet Hanger to the screw.
Inlet hanger

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Hook Cabinet Bottom

• Fit the projection hooks of the side plates to the 'Side Panel' and the 'Front Panel' by lifting it. • Fasten the screws.
2

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1

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2) Installation on the Wall
• Select and mark the position for fixing bolts and piping hole. Decide the position for fixing bolts slightly tilted to the drain direction after considering the direction of drain hose. • Drill the hole for anchor nut on the wall.
1076 mor e th 260 an

265

• Drill the piping hole on the wall slightly tilted to the outdoor side using a ø70 hole-core drill.
Wall Indoor Outdoor

• Secure the 'Install Plate' onto the wall with four anchor bolts, washers and spring washers.
Spring washer

Wall

Nut

Washer Anchor nut

Less than 12mm

※ Before secure the Install Plates, select the bent direction of the 'Install Plate' to the inside or outside according to the installation circumstances.

123

6

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5~7mm

Install the Indoor unit onto Installation Plate. • Insert 2 hooks on the both left and right side of the unit to the inner slot (wall side) of the Installation Plate. • Secure the unit to the Installation Plate with four M8 bolts and washers.
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Inner slot

• Before working, refer to "Connecting pipe and cable to Indoor Unit" on page 55.
• Hook up the Inlet Grille Hook to the cabinet. • Hang the Inlet Hanger to the screw.

2

1

• Fit the projection hooks of the side plates to the 'Side Panel' and the 'Front Panel' by lifting it. • Fasten the screws.

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3) Installation on the floor
Installation of Mount Bracket. • Select and mark the position for Mount Brackets and the piping hole. • Drill the hole for the anchor nut on the wall. • Drill the piping hole using a ø70 hole-core drill. • Secure the Mount Brackets on the wall with four M4 screws. Install the indoor unit onto the Mount Brackets. • Engage the slot at the back of the unit with Mount Bracket.
Slot Floor mount bracket

From the left wall more than 760mm From the right wall more than 840mm

448mm

• Drill the piping hole with 70mm dia, hole core drill. • Piping hole should be slightly slant to the outdoor side.

Wall Indoor Outdoor

After Installing, reassemble detached parts. • Hang the 'Inlet Grille' and hook the 'Inlet Hanger' to the Hanger Screw. • Assemble the 'Side Plates(R,L)' with 2 screws on both left and right side.

Slot Wall

Floor mount bracket Install plate Piping hole

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5~7mm

4) Connecting the pipes to the indoor unit (Installation on the ceiling)
The pipe can be connected to right side, bottom or back of the unit. 1. For the Right Side Piping • After bending an end of the connecting tube, align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare nut with fingers. • Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until the wrench clicks. • Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet. Drain hose should be go through under the Hose Bracket as shown in figure ❹. • Hang the drain hose on the hose hanger and fix it to the hole of the hose bracket with a screw.
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2

1

Hose Bracket 3

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4 Piping 5

2. For the Bottom Side Piping • Remove the knock-out on the bottomside of Inlet Grille • Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare nut with fingers. • Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until the wrench clicks. • Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet. • Hang the drain hose on the hose hanger and fix it to the hole of cabinet bottom with a screw.

Drain Hose Hose Hanger

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Hose Hanger

5) Connecting the Drain Hose
• The drain hose can be connected to not only the right side but also left side of the unit. • If the drain hose is connected to the left side, it should go through the cabinet bottom. • Hang the drain hose on the hose hanger and fix it to the hole of cabinet bottom with a screw.

BOTTOM Hose Hanger Drain Hose

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6) Connecting the pipes to the indoor unit (Installation on the wall or floor)
1. For the Right Rear Piping • Remove the knock-out at the back side of the cabinet. • After bending an end of the connecting tube, align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare nut with fingers. • Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until the wrench clicks. • Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet. • Tape the Drain Hose to the pipings to avoid coming off the drain-outlet. 2. For the Right Side Piping • After bending an end of the connecting tube, align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare nut with fingers. • Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until the wrench clicks. • Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet. • Tape the Drain Hose to the pipings to avoid coming off the drain-outlet.
Piping Taping Drain Hose

Piping

Taping Drain Hose

3. For the Right Bottom Piping • Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare nut with fingers. • Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until the wrench clicks. • Connect the Drain Hose insulated to the drain outlet.
Taping Drain Hose Connecting Cable

Piping

7) Connecting the Drain Hose
• The drain hose can be connected to not only right side but also left side of the unit.

REAR

Drain Hose

BOTTOM

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(5) Connecting Pipings and the cable to Outdoor unit
1) Connecting the pipings to the Outdoor unit
1. Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare nut with fingers. 2. Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until the wrench clicks. • When tightening the flare nut with torque wrench, ensure the direction for tightening follows the arrow on the wrench. Outside diameter mm inch ø6.35 1/4 ø9.52 3/8 ø12.7 1/2 ø15.88 5/8 A mm 0.5~0.8 0.5~0.8 0.5~0.8 0.8~1.0
7K, 9K Gas side 1) 7K, 9K, 12K, 18K Liquid side

2) 12K, 18K Gas side

Outdoor unit

Torque wrench

CAUTION After the confirmation of the above conditions, prepare the wiring as follows: 1) Never fail to have an individual power specialized for the air conditioner. As for the method of wiring, be guided by the circuit diagram pasted on the inside of control box cover. 2) The means for disconnection from a power supply shall be incorporated in the fixed wiring and have an air gap contact separation of at least 3mm in each active(phase) conductors. 3) The screw which fasten the wiring in the casing of electrical fittings are liable to come loose from vibrations to which the unit is subjected during the course of transportation. Check them and make sure that they are all tightly fastened. (If they are loose, it could give rise to burn-out of the wires.) 4) Specification of power source. 5) Confirm that electrical capacity is sufficient. 6) See to that the starting voltage is maintained at more than 90 percent of the rated voltage marked on the name plate. 7) Confirm that the cable thickness is as specified in the power sources specification. (Particularly note the relation between cable length and thickness.) 8) Never fail to equip a leakage breaker where it is wet or moist. 9) The following troubles would be caused by voltage drop-down. • Vibration of a magnetic switch, damage on the contact point there of, fuse breaking, disturbance to the normal function of a overload protection device. • Proper starting power is not given to the compressor.

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2) Connection of the cable
1. Room Type Indoor Unit • Remove the cover control from the unit by loosening the screw. Connect the wires to the terminals on the control board individually. • Secure the cable onto the control board with the holder (clamper). • Refix the cover control to the original position with the screw. • Use a recongnized circuit breaker between the power source and the unit. A disconnection device to adequately disconnect all supply lines must be fitted. 3. Cassette Type Indoor Unit • Open the control box cover and connect the Indoor power wires.

Indoor power cord

Control box cover Control box cover fitting screw(2 units)

[Air inlet side view]

2. Art Cool Type Indoor Unit • Connect the cable to the indoor unit by connecting the wires to the terminals on the control board in dividually according to the outdoor unit connection. The earth wire should be longer than the common wires. • When installing, refer to the circuit diagram on the Control Box of Indoor Unit. • When installing, refer to the wiring diagram on the Control Cover Inside Outdoor Unit.

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4) Convertible Type Indoor Unit
1) Remove the Air guide - L by loosening 2 screws after removing the Inlet grille from the Indoor unit. 2) Connect the wires to the terminals on the control board individually according to the outdoor unit connection. • Ensure that the color of the wires of outdoor unit and the terminal No. are the same as those of indoor unit respectively

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AIR GUIDE-L

INDOOR UNIT

Clamp

1 2

Control Panel

CAUTION
The power cord connected to the outdoor unit should be complied with the following specifications (Rubber insulation, type H05RN-F approved by HAR or SAA). The connecting cable connected to the indoor and outdoor unit should be complied with the following specifications (Rubber insulation, type H05RN-F approved by HAR or SAA).

8.5mm

20

7.5mm

GN /YL
mm

NORMAL CROSS-SECTIONAL AREA 3.5mm2

GN /YL
20 mm

NORMAL CROSS-SECTIONAL AREA 0.75mm2

If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a special cord or assembly available from the manufacturer or its service agent.

WARNING Make sure that the screws of the terminal are free from looseness.

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3) Electrical Wiring
1. All wiring must comply with LOCAL REGULATIONS. 2. Select a power source that is capable of supplying the current required by the air conditioner. 3. Feed the power source to the unit via a distribution switch board designed for this purpose. 4. The terminal screws inside the control box may be loose due to vibration during transport. Check the screws for loose connection. (Running the air conditioner with loose connection can overload and damage electrical components.) 5. Always ground the air conditioner with a grounding wire and connector to meet the LOCAL REGULATION.
F-Unit Terminal Block of Indoor Unit 3(F) 2(N) 1(L) E-Unit Terminal Block of Indoor Unit 3(E) 2(N) 1(L) D-Unit Terminal Block of Indoor Unit 3(D) 2(N) 1(L) C-Unit Terminal Block of Indoor Unit 3(C) 2(N) 1(L) B-Unit Terminal Block of Indoor Unit 3(B) 2(N) 1(L) A-Unit Terminal Block of Indoor Unit 3(A) 2(N) 1(L)

c

c

6

3

b

5

2

b

5

2

a

4

1

a

6

5

4

3

2

1

c

b

a

F

E

D

C

B

A

2(N) 2(N) 2(N) 1(L) 1(L) 1(L) Terminal Block of Outdoor Unit POWER INPUT 3Ø 4W 380-415V 50Hz Power Cord R S T N

F E D C B A Terminal Block of Outdoor Unit

R S T N Terminal Block of Outdoor Unit

CAUTION • If a power plug is not to be used, provide a circuit breaker between power source and the unit as shown below.
Main power source

Air Conditioner

Circuit Breaker Use a 25A circuit breaker or time delay fuse.

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4. Remote Controller Installationa
(1) Remote Control Preparation
HOW TO MOUNT ONTO A WALL

HOW TO INSERT BATTERIES
Remove the battery cover from the remote controller. • Slide the cover according to the arrow direction. • Do not use rechargeable batteries, such batteries differ from standard dry cells in shape, dimensions, and performance. • Romove the batteries from the remote controller if the air conditioner is not going to be used for some long time.

Insert the two batteries. • Be sure that the (+) and (-) directions are correct. • Be sure that both batteries are new.

Re-attach the cover. • Slide it back into position.

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(2) Operation
I Room/Cassette/Art Cool Type Indoor Unit
1. Name and funcition-Remote Controller (Door Closed)
Room type (Chaos)

1. START/STOP BUTTON
Operation starts when this button is pressed and stops when the button is pressed again.
Cassette type (Auto)

2. OPERATION MODE SELECTION BUTTON
Used to select the operation mode.

3. ROOM TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTONS
5 4 6 1 3
Used to select the room temperature.

4. INDOOR FAN SPEED SETTING BUTTONS
Used to select fan speed in four steps low, medium, high, or chaos/auto.

Flip-up door (closed)

5. JET COOL
Used to start or stop the speed cooling. (Speed cooling operates super high fan speed in cooling mode.)

2

6. CHAOS/AUTO SWING BUTTON
Used to stop or start louver movement and set the desired up/down airflow direction.

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2. Name and Function-Remote Control (Door Opened)

Signal transmitter

1. ON/OFF TIMER BUTTONS
Used to set the time of starting and stopping operation.

2. TIME SETTING BUTTONS
Used to adjust the time.

3. TIMER SET/CANCEL BUTTONS
Used to set the timer when the desired time is obtained and to cancel the Timer operation.

4. SLEEP MODE AUTO BUTTON
Used to set Sleep Mode Auto operation.
ON OFF

1 2
SET CANCEL

4 5 6 7

5. AIR CIRCULATION BUTTON
Used to circulate the room air without cooling or heating (turns indoor fan on/off).

3

6. ROOM TEMPERATURE CHECKING BUTTON
Used to check the room temperature.

7. RESET BUTTON
Used prior to resetting time or after replacing batteries.

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I Convertible Type Indoor Unit
1. Name and funcition-Remote Controller (Door Opened)

1 2
1

OPERATION DISPLAY Displays the operation conditions. START/STOP BUTTON Operation starts when this button is pressed and stops when the button is pressed again. OPERATION MODE SELECTION BUTTON Used to select the operation mode. ON/OFF TIMER BUTTONS Used to set the time of starting and stopping operation. TIME SETTING BUTTONS Used to adjust the time. TIMER SET/CANCEL BUTTONS Used to set the timer when the desired time is obtained and to cancel the Timer operation. AIR FLOW DIRECTION START/STOP BUTTON Used to stop or start louver movement and set the desired up/down airflow direction. SLEEP MODE AUTO BUTTON Used to set Sleep Mode Auto operation. AIR CIRCULATION BUTTON Used to circulate the room air without cooling or heating (turns indoor fan on/off). ROOM TEMPERATURE CHECKING BUTTON Used to check the room temperature. RESET BUTTON Used prior to resetting time or after replacing batteries.

3 4 5

3

7 2
ON OFF

6 7

4 5
SET CANCEL

8 9 10 11

6

8 9 10 11

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5. Checking the Drainage and Pipe forming
(1) Checking the Drainage
1) Room Type Indoor Unit
1. Remove the Grille from the cabinet • Set the up-and-down air direction louver to open position(horizontally) by finger pressure. • Remove the securing screws. • To remove the Grille, pull lower the left and right side of the grille toward you (slightly tilted) and lift it straight upward.

Screw
Pull the right and the left side.

2. Check the drainage • Pour a glass of water on the evaporator. • Ensure if water flows drain hose of indoor unit without any leakage.

2) Cassette Type Indoor Unit
• Drain piping must have down-slope (1/50 to 1/100): be sure not to provide up-and-down slope to prevent reversal flow. • During drain piping connection, be careful not to exert extra force on the drain port on the indoor unit. • The outside diameter of the drain connection on the indoor unit is 32mm. Piping material: Polyvinyl chloride pipe VP-25 and pipe fittings • Be sure to execute heat insulation on the drain piping. Heat insulation material: Polyethylene foam with thickness more than 8 mm.
Upward routing not allowed

Pipe clamp Indoor unit

Maintenance drain port

Drain Test
The air conditioner uses a drain pump to drain water. Use the following procedure to test the drain pump operation: • Connect the main drain pipe to the exterior and leave it provisionally until the test comes to an end. • Feed water to the flexible drain hose and check the piping for leakage. • Be sure to check the drain pump for normal operating and noise when electrical wiring is complete. • When the test is complete, connect the flexible drain hose to the drain port on the indoor unit.

Feed water

Flexible drain hose (accessory) Main drain pipe Drain port

Drain Pump

Glue the joint

Drain hose connection Use the clip (accessory)

Drain pan

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3) Art Cool Type Indoor Unit
• Pour a glass of water on the evaporator. • Ensure the water flows through the drain hose of the indoor unit without any leakage and goes out the drain exit.

4) Convertible Type Indoor Unit
1. Remove the Air Filter. • To remove air filter, take hold of tab and pull slightly upwards.

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2. Check the drainage. • Spray one or two glasses of water upon the evaporator. • Ensure that water flows drain hose of indoor unit without any leakage.
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(2) Form the pipings
1. Wrap the connecting portion of indoor unit with the Insulation material and secure it with two Plastic Bands(for the left pipings). • If you want to connect an additional drain hose, the end of the drain-outlet should keep distance from the ground.(Do not dip it into water, and fix it on the wall to avoid swinging in the wind.) In case of the Outdoor unit is installed bellow position of the Indoor unit.
Seal a small opening around the pipings with gum type sealer.

Taping Drain hose

Plastic band

Pipings Connecting cable

2. Tape the Pipings, drain hose and Connecting Cable from down to up. 3. Form the pipings gathered by taping along the exterior wall and fix it onto the wall by saddle or equivalent.

Power supply cord

• Trap is required to prevent water from entering into electrical parts.

In case of the Outdoor unit is installed upper position of the Indoor unit. 1. Tape the Pipings and Connecting cable from down to up. 2. Form the pipings gathered by taping along the exterior wall and the Trap to be required to prevent the room from entering the water. 3. Fix the pipings onto the wall by saddle or equivalent.

Seal a small opening around the pipings with gum type sealer. Trap

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(3) Heat Insulation
1. Use the heat insulation material for the refrigerant piping which has an excellent heat-resistance (over 120°C). 2. Precautions in high humidity circumstance: This air conditioner has been tested according to the "KS Standard Conditions with Mist" and confirmed that there is not any default. However, if it is operated for a long time in high humid atmosphere (dew point temperature: more than 23°C), water drops are liable to fall. In this case, add heat insulation material according to the following procedure: • Heat insulation material to be prepared... Adiabatic glass wool with thickness 10 to 20mm. • Stick glass wool on all air conditioners that are located in ceiling atmosphere. • In addition to the normal heat insulation (thickness: more than 8mm) for refrigerant piping (gas piping: thick piping) and drain piping, add further 10mm to 30mm thickness material.
Fastening band (accessory)

Refrigerant piping Indoor unit Thermal insulator (accessory)

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6. Test Running
1. Check that all tubing and wiring have been properly connected. 2. Check that the gas and liquid side service valves are fully open.
Bolt

(1) Prepare remote controller
Remove the battery cover by pulling it according to the arrow direction. Insert new batteries making sure that the (+) and (–) of battery are installed correctly. Reattach the cover by pushing it back into position.

Tubing connection

(4) Evaluation of the performance
Operate unit for 15~20 minutes, then check the system refrigerant charge: 1. Measure the pressure of the gas side service valve. 2. Measure the temperature of the intake and discharge of air. 3. Ensure the difference between the intake temperature and the discharge is more than 8°C (Cooling) or reversely (Heating).

NOTE:
• Use 2 AAA(1.5volt) batteries. Do not use rechargeable batteries. • Remove the batteries from the remote controller if the system is not going to be used for a long time.
Discharge air

Intake temperature

(2) Precautions in test run
I The initial power supply must provide at least 90% of the rated voltage. Otherwise, the air conditioner should not be operated. I For test run, carry out the cooling operation firstly even during heating season. If heating operation is carried out firstly, it leads to the trouble of compressor. Then attention must be paid. I Carry out the test run more than 5 minutes without fail. (Test run will be cancelled 18 minutes later automatically) I The forced operation is started by pressing button for 2 seconds. (Cassette Type) The test run is started by pressing button for 5 seconds. (Cassette Type) The test run is started by pressing timer cancel button five times continuously. (Room type) I To cancel the test run, press any button.

Discharge temperature

Thermometer Intake temperature Discharge air

(3) Settlement of outdoor unit
I Anchor the outdoor unit with a bolt and nut(ø10mm) tightly and horizontally on a concrete or rigid mount. I When installing on the wall, roof or rooftop, anchor the mounting base securely with a nail or wire assuming the influence of wind and earthquake. I In the case when the vibration of the unit is conveyed to the hose, secure the unit with an anti-vibration rubber.

Discharge temperature

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Thermometer

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CAUTION After the confirmation of the above conditions, prepare the wiring as follows: 1) Never fail to have an individual power specialized for the air conditioner. As for the method of wiring, be guided by the circuit diagram pasted on the inside of control box cover. 2) Provide a circuit breaker switch between power source and the unit. 3) The screw which fasten the wiring in the casing of electrical fittings are liable to come loose from vibrations to which the unit is subjected during the course of transportation. Check them and make sure that they are all tightly fastened. (If they are loose, it could give rise to burn-out of the wires.) 4) Specification of power source 5) Confirm that electrical capacity is sufficient. 6) Be sure that the starting voltage is maintained at more than 90 percent of the rated voltage marked on the name plate. 7) Confirm that the cable thickness is as specified in the power sources specification. (Particularly note the relation between cable length and thickness.) 8) Never fail to equip a leakage breaker where it is wet or moist. 9) The following troubles would be caused by voltage drop-down. • Vibration of a magnetic switch, damage on the contact point there of, fuse breaking, disturbance to the normal function of a overload protection device. • Proper starting power is not given to the compressor.

HAND OVER
Teach the customer the operation and maintenance procedures, using the operation manual (air filter cleaning, temperature control, etc.).

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Disassembly of the parts
(1) Art Cool Type Indoor Unit
Warning : Disconnect the unit from power supply before making any checks. Be sure the power switch is set to “OFF”.

1. To remove the Grille from the Chassis. - Pull the grille bottom, the remove 2 securing screws. - Lift the both lower parts of panel front. - After pull down this panel a bit, separate connecting wire with product.
Panel Front Connector

2. To remove the Control Box. - Before removing the control box, be sure to disconnect the wires from PWB. - Pull the cover control out from the control box and disconnect other wires. - Remove securing screws. - Pull the control box out from the chassis carefully.

Step Motor Connectors Sensor Connector

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3. To remove the Evaporator. - Remove 4 screws securing the evaporator. - Pull the evaporator out from the chassis carefully.

4. Before removing the Turbo Fan. - Remove the securing screws from the chassis. - Pull the pipe cover, top cover and the air guide.

Top Cover

Air Guide

Pipe Cover

5. To remove the Motor. - Remove the securing bolt from the motor shaft. - Pull the fan out from the motor shaft. - Remove 4 screws securing motor mount from the chassis and lift up the motor mount and the bracket.

Bracket

Turbo Fan

Bolt

Motor Mount

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(2) Convertible Type Indoor Unit
Warning : Disconnect the unit from power supply before making any checks. Be sure the power switch is set to “OFF”.

1. Remove the air filter. • Pull the inlet grille slightly toward you. • Pull out the air filter. (2 pieces)

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Inlet Grille

2. Remove the girlle from chassis • Remove the screws securing the side plate and push to the bottom-side. • Unhook the hanger from the hanger screw at the left and the right side. • Pick out the inlet grille.
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1 4 Hanger Hanger Screw 2 3

3. Remove the lower air guide • Remove a screw of both side fixing "barrier airguide". • Remove the screws of both sides of the lower air-guide. • Remove the lower air-guide toward “arrow mark” by turning upwards as shown in figure.
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Barrier Air guide Lower Air guide

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4. Remove air guide upper, crossflow fan and motor. • Remove the screws of both sides and center securing the upper air-guide. • Remove 2 screws fastening the bracket of door switch.

Door Switch
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• Remove a bearing assembly by removing a screw and the bearing cover. • Remove 4 screws securing the motor cover. • Loosen the screw securing the crossflow fan to the fan motor shaft. (do not remove) • Remove the crossflow fan by sliding it out from the shaft of fan motor.
Motor Cover

Bearing Cover
R

Bearing

5. Remove the control box Assembly. • Disconnect the step motor connector, fan motor connector, display PCB connector, thermistor connector and door switch connector from the main PCB. • If necessary, disconnect power supply cord and connecting cable from the terminal block and remove the cord clamp screw. • Remove 2 screws securing the control box and pick out the control box carefully.

R

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6. Remove the front panel. • Remove the screws of both sides fixing the front panel. • Push the upper side of front panel strongly to pull out the front panel from the inner hook of diffuser frame. • Pull down the front panel carefully not so as to harm the display PCB wires and thermistor wires.

Diffuser frame Diffuser frame Hook Front Panel Front Panel
R

7. Remove the diffuser assembly. • Remove the screws of both side of diffuser assembly. (4 pieces) • Push the upper side of cabinet strongly to pull out the inner hook of diffuser frame from the cabinet hole. • Take up the diffuser frame carefully not so as to harm the display PCB wires and the step motor wires.

Diffuser frame Hook Cabinet

R

8. Remove display PCB assembly. • Remove the screws at the both side of display cover. • If necessary, disconnect the display PCB connector from PCB assembly. • Remove 2 screws of PCB assembly.
Display Cover

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9. Remove the vane-upper, vane-lower and step motor. • Remove 2 screws securing the step motor assembly and pull it out from the vanes carefully. • Unhook the vanes from the vane supporter and remove the upper vane and lower vane by pulling the center of vanes with care.

Step Motor Vane Supporter

Lower Vane

Upper Vane

10. Remove the drain pan assembly. • Remove the both side of screws. (4 pieces) • Pull out the drain pan assembly. • Be careful not to harm to the EPS packing of drain pan and the tubings of evaporator.

11. Remove the evaporator. • Remove the screws of both sides securing the EVA barrier-R/L on the side cabinet. • Remove the screws which fasten the barrier on the evaporator and take out the barrier assembly. • Remove the evaporator assembly by sliding toward arrow mark. (As shown in figure)

EVA. Barrier-L

Side Cabinet

EVA. Barrier-R

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3-way Valve
3-way Valve (Liguid Side) 3-way Valve (Gas Side)

Valve cap Hexagonal wrench (4mm) Pin To piping connection To piping connection Open position Closed position Pin

Service Service port cap port

Service Service port cap port

To outdoor unit

To outdoor unit

15.88mm(5/8")
Works Shipping Shaft position Closed (with valve cap) Open (counter-clockwise)

19.05mm(3/4")
Shaft position Closed (with valve cap) Closed (clockwise) Service port Closed (with cap) Open (push-pin or with vacuum pump) Closed (with cap) Open (connected manifold gauge) Open (with charging cylinder) Open (with charging cylinder) Open (with charging cylinder) Open (with charging cylinder)

1.

Air purging (Installation)

Operation

Open (with valve cap) Closed (clockwise)

Open (with valve cap) Open (counter-clockwise)

2.

Pumping down (Transfering)

3.

Evacuation (Servicing)

Open

Open

4.

Gas charging (Servicing)

Open

Open

5.

Pressure check (Servicing)

Open

Open

6.

Gas releasing (Servicing)

Open

Open

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(1) Pumping down

Indoor unit

Liquid side 3-Way valve Close Outdoor unit

Gas side 3-Way valve manifold gauge Vacuum pump Lowhandle (OPEN) Hi- handle (CLOSE) Open

• Procedure 1. Confirm that both the gas side and liquid side valves are set to the open position. - Remove the valve stem caps and confirm that the valve stems are in the raised position. - Be sure to use a hexagonal wrench to operate the valve stems. 2. Operate the unit for 10 to 15 minutes. 3. Stop operation and wait for 3 minutes, then connect the manifold gauge to the service port of the gas side valve. - Connect the hose of the gauge with the push pin to the service port. 4. Air purging of the charge hose. - Open the Low-handle valve on the gauge slightly to air purge from the hose. 5. Set the liquid side valve to the closed position. 6. Operate the air conditioner at the cooling cycle and stop it when the gauge indicates 1kg/cm2g. 7. Immediately set the gas side valve to the closed position. - Do this quickly so that the gauge ends up indicating 1kg/cm2g. 8. Disconnect the charge set, and mount the liquid side and gas side valve caps and the service port nut. - Use torque wrench to tighten the service port nut to a torque of 1.8kg.m.(4.2kg.m/5.5kg.m) - Be sure to check for gas leakage. 9. Apply steps from 1 to 8 to each unit (A, B, C, D, E, F-unit) by the same method.

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(2) Evacuation
(All amount of refrigerant leaked)

Indoor unit

Liquid side 3-Way valve Open Outdoor unit

Gas side 3-Way valve manifold gauge Vacuum pump Lowhandle (OPEN) Hi- handle (CLOSE) Open

• Procedure
1. Confirm that both the liguid side valve and gas side valve are set to the opened position. 2. Connect the vaccum pump to the center hose of the manifold gauge. 3. Connect the service port of the gas side valve to the low side of the gauge. 4. Evacuation for approximately one hour. - Confirm that the gauge needle has moved toward-76 cmHg (vacuum of 4 mmHg or less). 5. Close the Low handle of the gauge turn off the vacuum pump, and confirm that the gauge needle does not move(approximately 5 minutes after turning off the vacuum pump). 6. Disconnect the charge hose from the vacuum pump. - Vacuum pump oil. If the vacuum pump oil becomes dirty or depleted,replenish as needed. 7. Mount the valve caps and the service port caps. 8. Apply steps from 1 to 7 to each unit (A, B, C, D, E, F-unit) by the same method.

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(3) Gas Charging
(After Evacuation)

Indoor unit

Liquid side Open 3-Way valve Outdoor unit

Gas side 3-Way valve Charging cylinder manifold gauge Open

Low-handle Check valve (OPEN)

Hi- handle (CLOSE)

• Procedure
1. Connect the gauge to the charging cylinder. - Connect the charge hose which you disconnected from the vacuum pump to the valve at the bottom of the cylinder. - If you are using a gas cylinder, also use a scale and reverse the cylinder so that the system can be charged with liquid. 2. Purge the air from the charge hose. - Open the valve at the bottom of the cylinder and press the check valve on the charge set to purge the air. (Be careful of the liquid refrigerant). The procedure is the same if using a gas cylinder. 3. Open the low handle on the gauge and charge the system with liquid refrigerant. - If the system can not be charged with the specified amount of refrigerant, it can be charged with a little at a time (approximately 150g each time) while operating the air conditioner in the cooling cycle; however, one time is not sufficient, wait approximately 1 minute and then repeat the procedure(pumping down-pin). 4. Immediately disconnect the charge hose from the gas side valve's service port. This is different from previous procedures. Because you are charging with liquid refrigerant from the gas side, absolutely do not attempt to charge with larger amounts of liquid refrigerant while operating the air conditioner. - Stopping partway will allow the gas to be discharged. - If the system has been charged with liquid refrigerant while operating the air conditioner turn off the air conditioner before disconnecting the hose. 5. Mount the valve stem nuts and the service port nut. - Use torque wrench to tighten the service port nut to a torque of 1.8 kg.m.(4.2kg.m/5.5kg.m.) - Be sure to check for gas leakage. 6. Apply steps from 1 to 5 to each unit (A, B, C, D, E, F-unit) by the same method.

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(4) Air Purging of the Pipings and indoor unit

Indoor unit

Liquid side Open 3-way valve Outdoor unit

Gas side Close 3-way valve

Vacuum pump OPEN CLOSE

The air which contains moisture remaining in the is refrigeration cycle may cause a malfunction on the compressor. 1. Confirm that both the liquid side valve is set to the closed position and the liquid side valve is set to the opened position. 2. After connecting the piping, check the joints for gas leakage with gas leak detector. 3. Remove the service port nut, and connect the gauge manifold and the vacuum pump to the service port by the charge hose. 4. Vacuum the indoor unit and the connecting pipes until the pressure in them lowers to below-76cmHg. 5. Disconnect the charge hose and fit the nut to the service port. (Tightening torque: 1.8kg.m) 6. Remove the valve stem nuts, and fully open the stems of the 3-way valve with a hexagon wrench. 7. Tighten the valve stem nuts of the 3-way valve.

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Cycle Troubleshooting Guide
(1) Trouble analysis
1. Check temperature difference between intake and discharge air and operating current. Temp. difference Current : approx. 0°C : less than 80% of rated current All amount of refrigerant leaked out. Check refrigeration cycle.

Temp. Difference Temp. difference Current Operating Current Temp. difference Current : less than 8°C : over the rated current Excessive amount of refrigerant : approx. 8°C : less than 80% of rated current Refrigerant leakage Clog of refrigeration cycle Defective compressor

Temp. difference

: over 8°C

Normal

Notice: Temperature difference between intake and discharge air depends on room air humidity. When the room air humidity is relativery higher, temperature difference is smaller. When the room air humidity is relatively lower temperature difference is larger. 2. Check temperature and pressure of refrigeration cycle. Notice: Suction pressure (Compared with the normal value) Temperature (Compared with the normal value) High Higher Normal Excessive amount of refrigerant Insufficient amount of refrigerant(Leakage) Clogging
2

Cause of Trouble Defective compressor Defective 4-way reverse valve

Description Current is low. High pressure does not quickly rise at the beginning of operation. Current is low. Current is low.

Lower

Higher

1. The suction pressure is usually 4.5~6.0 kg/cm G at normal condition. 2. The temperature can be measured by attaching the thermometer to the low pressure tubing and wrap it with putty.

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Electronic Parts Troubleshooting Guide
❇ Refer to electronic contorol device drawing & schematic diagram.

Trouble 1

The Product doesn’t operate at all.

Turn off the main power and wait to 5 seconds

Turn on the main power again.

Does "Beeping" sound is made from the indoor unit? NO Check the voltage of power(AC220V/AC240V, 50Hz). • The voltage of main power. • The voltage applied to the unit. • The connecting method of Indoor/Outdoor connecting cable (each color) • The P.W.B. Ass'y (Fuse, Noise Filter, Power Transformer, Bridge Diode, etc.) YES • Primarily, the operating condition of Micom is O.K.

• Check CN-DISP1

The operation check of the P.C.B. Ass'y Procedure 1) The input voltage of power transformer. 2) The output voltage of power transformer. 3) IC01D(7812) 4) IC02D(7805) 5) IC01A(KIA7036) Specification 1) AC230V ± 30V : Check the rated voltage 2) 14V ± 3V 3) DC12V 4) DC5V 5) The voltage of micom pin 29 : DC4.5V↑ Remedy 1) Replace power transfomer. 2) Replace power transfomer. 3) Replace IC01D. 4) Replace IC02D. 5) Replace IC01A.

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Trouble 2

Product doesn't operate with the remote controller.
Turn on main power.

While the compressor has been stopped, the compressor does not operate owing to the delaying function for 3 minutes after stopped.

When the compressor stopped Indoor Fan is driven by a low speed. At this point the wind speed is not controlled by the remote controller. (When operated in the Sleeping Mode, the wind speed is set to the low speed as force).)

Caused by the remote controller.

Caused by other parts except the remote controller

When the mark ( ) is displayed in LCD screen, replace battery.

Check the contact of CN-DISP 1 connector

When the detect switch (double key) inside the remote controller door is fault, it is impossible to operate temperature regulating(L / M) and wind speed selecting.

Check DISP PWB Ass'y -Voltage between CN1 : DC +5V

Check the connecting circuit between the remote controller MICOM(No.27)-R02L(10K), R01L(1K), C01L(680pF)

Check point • Check the connecting circuit between MICOM PIN • Check receiver ass'y

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Trouble 3

The Compressor/Outdoor Fan are unable to drive.

Turn on the main power.

Operate Cooling Mode by setting the disired temperature of the remote controller is less than one of the Indoor temperature by 1°C at least.

When in air circulation mode, compressor/outdoor fan is stopped.

Check the sensor for Indoor temperature is attatched as close as to be effected by the themperature of Heat Exchange (EVA.)

When the sensor circuit for Indoor temperature and connector are in bad connection or are not engaged, Compressor/Outdoor fan is stopped. • Check the related circuit of R02H(12.1K), R01H(1K), R04H(6.2K), R03H(1K), C01H(102), C02H(102), Micom(pin No. 11, 12). • Check the Indoor temperature sensor is disconnected or not (about 10K at 25°C).

Check the Relay(RY-PWR) for driving Compressor. • Check the voltage between brown and blue cable of terminal to connect the Outdoor (About AC220V / 240V). • Check the related circuit of relay in Outdoor PCB Ass'y.

Turn off main power.

Check the electrical wiring diagram of Outdoor side. Check the open or short of connecting wires between Indoor and Outdoor.

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Trouble 4

When indoor Fan does not operate.
Turn off main power.

Check the connection of CN-FAN.

Check the Fan Motor.

Check the Fuse(AC250V, T2A).

Check the related circuit of indoor Fan Motor. • The pin No. 38 of micom and the part for driving SSR. • Check the related pattern. • Check the SSR. - SSR Open: Indoor Fan Motor never operate. - SSR short: Indoor Fan Motor always operates in case of ON or OFF.

Turn on the main power

Check the SSR high speed operation by remote control. (the Indoor Fan Motor is connected) The voltage of Pin No 1(orange) and 3(black) of CN-FAN.

About AC 180V over

About AC 50V over

SSR is not damaged

Check SSR

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Trouble 5

When the vertical louver does not operate.

• Confirm that the vertical louver is normally geared with the shaft of Stepping Motor. • If the regular torque is detected when rotating the vertical louver with hands ⇒ Normal

• Check the connecting condition of CN-U/D Connector • Check the soldering condition(on PCB) of CN-U/D Connector

Check the operating circuit of the vertical louver • Confirm that there is DC +12V between pin 1 of CN-U/D and GND. • Confirm that there is a soldering short at following terminals. - Between 17 , 18 , 19 and 20 of MICOM - Between 5 , 6 , 7 and 8 of IC01M - Between 11 , 12 , 13 and 14 of IC01M

If there are no problems after above checks. • Confirm the assembly condition that are catching and interfering parts in the link of the vertical louver

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Trouble 6

The Outdoor Unit does not operate at all.
YES

Does the Operating LED of indoor unit blink when Operation's ON? NO NO Is the connection of cable between indoor and outdoor unit right?

Refer to the self-diagnosis function.

Indoor 1(Brown) 2(Blue) 3(Green/YL) 4(Red) NO

Outdoor 1(Brown) 2(Blue) 3(Green/YL) 4(Red)

YES

Is the voltage of CN-POWER , in outdoor PCB Ass'y about AC220V / 240V when Operation's ON? YES NO Is the voltage of CN-AC CN-POWER(N) in outdoor PCB Ass'y about AC220V / 240V? YES NO Is the Bridge Diode right? NO

Check the Fuse of Outdoor PCB Ass'y.

Check the PTC and RY-PWR.

Replace the Bridge Diode.

Replace the PCB Ass'y.

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Trouble 7-1

When compressor does not operate normally.
) NO

I DC Peak Error(Error Code

Does the LED02T of outdoor PCB Ass'y blink 9 times? YES NO Is the connecting state of connectors in outdoor Sub. PCB Ass'y right? (U, V, W, CN-IPM, CN-GATE1, CN-GATE2) YES NO Is the power module in Sub PCB Ass'y right? YES NO Is the voltage of CN-POWER over than AC170V? YES NO Is the voltage of CN-DC over than about DC310V? YES NO Is the refrigerant pressure right? NO

Check the state of connecting cable (4 line) between indoor and outdoor uint.

• Electrical wiring diagram (Colors) • Check the connecting state of connectors in PCB Ass'y(Main/Sub) • If CN-U, W, V is connected, the comprressor can be operated a opposite direction.

• Check the short P-N P-U, V, W, and N-U, V, W of IPM. • Replace the Sub PCB Ass'y.

Check the supplied voltage.

• Check CN-IPM connector • Replace the Sub PCB Ass'y.

Supply the refrigerant.

Replace the PCB Ass'y. • Main PCB Ass'y • Sub PCB Ass'y • Control Box Ass'y

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Trouble 7-2

When compressor does not oprate normally.
)

I Communication error between Indoor and Outdoor (Error Code NO Does the operating LED in display PCB Ass'y blink 5 times? YES NO Is the voltage of CN-POWER Pin No. 1, 3 AC220/240V in Main PCB Ass'y. YES NO Is the connection of CN-DATA between indoor and outdoor unit right? YES

• Check the state of connecting cable (4 line) bewteen indoor and outdoor unit . • Check Fuse, Noise Filter, PTC, etc.

• Electrical wiring diagram(Colors) • Check the connecting state of connectors in outdoor PCB Ass'y (Main/Sub) • Check the Fuse of outdoor Control Box.

• Reconnect the cable to terminal block. • Check the PCB pattern(Resoldering).

Replace the PCB Ass'y. • Main PCB Ass'y (Indoor/Outdoor) • Control Box Ass'y.

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Trouble 7-3

When compressor does not oprate normally.
) NO • Check the state of connecting cable (3 line) bewteen Indoor and Outdoor Unit . • Check fuse, Noise Filter, PTC, etc.

I CT Error (Error Code

Does the operating LED in Display PCB Ass'y blink 8 times? YES NO Is the courrent transformer(CT) in Main PCB Ass'y right? YES NO Is the indoor/outdoor fan locked? YES NO Is the discharge temperature of Indoor unit right(11°C~17°C) in the cooling mode? YES NO Is the refrigerant pressure right? YES

Check the PCB pattern(resoldering)

Check the indoor/outdoor fan motor.

Check the compressor.

Supply the refrigerant

Replace the PCB Ass'y. • Main PCB Ass'y(Outdoor) • Control Box Ass'y(Outdoor)

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I The problem of missing the connector (INDOOR MAIN PCB ASSY)
Connectors Condition Problem (error mode) • Malfunctions all indoor & outdoor unit. • Malfunctions remocon, force, test operation mode.

CN-POWER (AC2) CN-FAN CN-DATA

OPEN

OPEN OPEN

• Malfunctions indoor fan motor. • Malfunctions outdoor unit. • Stop compressor and outdoor fan motor. • The operation LED blinks 5 times. • Communicaion error. • Malfunctions remote contoller. • Don't operate the power display module. • The operation LED blinks once. • Enable to receive remote singnal. • Malfunctions UP/DOWN step motor. • Don't operate louver.

CN-DISP1

OPEN

CN-TH CN-U/D

OPEN/SHORT OPEN

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I The problem of missing the connector (OUTDOOR MAIN PCB ASSY)
Connectors CN-POWER Condition OPEN Problem (error mode) • Malfunctions outdoor unit. • Stop compressor and outdoor fan. • The operation LED02T blinks 5 times. • Malfunctions outdoor unit. • Stop compressor and outdoor fan. • The operation LED02T blinks 8 times. • Malfunctions outdoor unit. • Stop compressor and outdoor fan. • The operation LED02T blinks 10 times. • Malfunctions inverter circuit. • Stop compressor and outdoor fan. • The operation LED02T blinks 9 times. • Malfunctions EMI / EMS • Malfunctions Sump Heater • Malfunctions 4-WAY valve. • Malfunctions fan. • The LED02T blinks twice. • The LED02T blinks 11 times.

CN-AC

OPEN

CN-DC

OPEN

CN-IPM

OPEN

CN-GND1, 2 CN-HEATER CN-4WAY CN-FAN 1, 2 CN-TH 1~6 CN-PWR

OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN/SHORT OPEN

I The problem of missing the connector (SUB PCB ASSY)
Connectors Condition Problem (error mode) • Stop compressor. • Malfunctions inverter circuit. • Stop compressor and outdoor fan. • Malfunctions inverter circuit. • Stop compressor and outdoor fan.

CN-UVW CN-IPM

OPEN OPEN

CN-GATE 1, 2

OPEN

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Electronic Control Device
1. Indoor Unit
(1)MAIN P.C.B ASM • FMN0760NL, FMN0960NL, FMN1260NL, FMN1860NL

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• FMN1260NT, FMN1860NT

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• FMN1260NFM/B/D TOP VIEW BOTTOM VIEW

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• FMN1860NV

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2. Outdoor Unit
• MAIN P.C.B ASM (FMU4480N6L)

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• PCB(PWB) ASSY, SUB

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3. Display ASSY

• FMN1860NV

• FMN1260NFM/B/D TOP VIEW

BOTTOM VIEW

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4. SUB P.W.B ASSEMBLY
• FMN1260NFM/B/D TOP VIEW BOTTOM VIEW

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Schematic Diagram
1. Indoor Unit
• FMN0760NL, FMN0960NL, FMN1260NL, FMN1860NL

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DC310V

C05D 681

CN-POWER

2
5V C10D 103 C11D 223/1KV C12D 103/1KV NF NTC01D 10D-9 ZD01D P6KE200A C06D 3 4,5 D IC02D(TLP521) EN BP R03D 150 ZD02D 11V C04D 103/250VA 5 4 TNY 255P 2 1 S 3,7,8
CN-OUT RY-OUTFAN 1 RY-4WAY 3 3 RY-4WAY 1 RY-OUTFAN
470uF/35V

2
D03D UF5402 3.3uH G C08D 104 C07D 330uF/35V
R04D

LIVE
1 2

250V/ T3.15A,3A

ZNR01J INR14D561K

NF01J 22mH/3A
R01J D01D 1M,1/2W 1N4007

12V
L01D

1 6,7

S/Trans

IC03D KID78L05BP I O 7805

C09D 220uF/50V

IC11K(TLP621)

R11K 10K

C11K 102

M_RTX
R13K 1.5K

RX
2 1 3 4

Multi_RX

R12K,1K

DC 5V
M_RTX
D12K 1SR139-400 D11K 1SR139-400

DC 5V

1
AC_N C01D 10uF/ 400V IC01D TNY255P C03D 103 D02D UF4005

1

NEUTRAL
3 4

39

R16K 10K 3 4
R15K 82K/3W

3 3
M_RTX
RY-COMP

SIGNAL

C03J 10nF 275V C01J 100nF 275V C02J 100nF 275V

2 1 IC12K(TLP627) R14K 1K

TX Multi_TX

DC 5V

Q11K

KRC104M

AC_L

DC 12V DC 12V STEP M
RY-HEATER

IC02M KID65004AF IC02M KID65004AF

L01K D01K DAN212K 100nH 5V

12V

DC 12V

CN-REMO

STEP M5

RY-HEATER 5 5

1
P76 P77 P00 P73 P72 P71 P70 VDD (AIN7)/P67 (AIN6)/P66 (AIN5)/P65 (AIN4)/P64 (AIN3)/P63 (AIN2)/P62 (AIN1)/P61 (AIN0)/P60 VARF P16 VASS P01 P02 P03 P04 P05 P06 P07 P10(INT0) P11(INT1) P12(INT2/TC1) P13(DVO) P14(PPG) P15(TC2) P74

P75

64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48
5V

HEATER
¯± À¼ _TX

Q03K KRC104M

R02K

L03K

3

MED

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Q COMP STEP M4 A/C OUTFAN

4WAY
Q01K KRA104M

4.7K

2 1

DC12V 3 Signal 2 GND 1

CN-D/PUMP
Drain Motor

D/PUMP
1 1

L02K

STEP M
RY-D/PUMP

STEP M2 STEP M3 LOUVER HIGH

C05K C04K C06K 104 103

3

3

CN-LOUVER
Louver Motor

STEP M

R07H 12.1K 1%
STEP M

R05H 12.1K 1% R08H 12.1K 1% R06H 12.1K 1%

R03H 12.1K 1%
5V

5V R01K

12V

1 3 RY-LOUV 3

1

R04H 12.1K 1%

R02H 6.2K R01H 1% 12.1K 1%

1K
¯± À¼ _RX

C03K 102

D02K

CN-MOTOR1 1 2 RY-L 3 RY-M 4 RY-H CN-MOTOR2
SSR NF01M NF01M

1 2

LOW
IC01M KID65004AF

OPTION6 OPTION5 OPTION4 OPTION3
3 3

C01K 102

C02K 102

Q04K

DAN212K

KRA104M

¶–ìœ
FAN

å½
DC 12V
3 4
REMO 50/60Hz

CN-PIPE
3 3

Q02K KRC104M

MOTOR

REMO
C02L 681

OPTION2 PIPE TH

1

1

FREQ

5V

5V

R03C 10K
AC_L
1

R06C 10K

1 FAN 2
ZNR01M

1 2 3

IC01C

BZ01E
R02E 20

R04C 4.7K

ROOM TH OPTION 1
5V
12V

1

50/60Hz

MOTOR 3

PHASE
EERROM 1

CN-ROOM CN_M C
GND AC_N

R02C 1K R01C 200K/2W

Q01C

R05C 1K

C01C 103

5V
1

5V
VCC 2 7 DU 3 C

KIA7036P
+ 2

3

R01A 1K

IC01A 3.6V C01A
3.3uF /50V
5 VSS Q 4

C02A 102
5V

6 ORG

D

DISPLAY
GND

1
R02L 1K

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
5V REMO

R01L 10K

Vout

2
LED1

R03L 1K

Vcc

• FMN1260NT, FMN1860NT

3
R04L 1K

PRE AMP TFMS-2380B LED3

LED2

4
R05L 1K

R01B

1.0M

5 6 7

Force SW

LED4

R06L 1K

OSC01B 8.00MHZ

CN-DISP
5V

CN-LOUVER 1 3 CN-FLOAT 1 2 1 2 3 1

R02F

R01F

1K

1K

LOUVER FLOAT

C02F 103

C01F 103

S

R02A 10K
8

R01E 1K

16 17 18

D C S
GND

C01U 103

1
P54 P17 SB3
OR6 OR5 OR4 OR3 OR2 OR1 C02H C01H 103 103
5V

1 2 2

12V 5V

47 19 20
NC NC P20(INT5/STOP) TEST P53 (PWM/PDO)/P52

S_B3

46 45 21 22
RESET XIN XOUT P21(XTIN) P22(XTOUT) (INT4/TC4)/P51 (INT3/TC3)/P50

SB2 SB1

S_B2
5V

R01U 10K
S_B1

GND

3
C02U 103

3 4
SB0
Multi_TX

GND

4 5 5

PLC_SEL Multi_TX

44 43 23 24 25 26
LED1 RESET XIN XOUT VSS (SO2)/P47 (SI2)/P46 (SCK2)/P45 (SO1)/P44

S_B0

CC RX

Multi_RX

6
Ó¾ßÁ _RX

6
CC TX

Multi_RX

42 41 40 39 27
LED2 LED3 LED4 P30 (SI1)/P43

Ó¾ßÁ ¯± À¼

_TX _RX _TX

GND 5V 12V

1 2 3
SO1/PLC

1 2 3 4 4

GND 5V 12V SO1

38 28 29 30 31 32
P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 (SCK)/P42 NC NC NC NC

SI1/MULTI TX SCK1/MULTI RX

5

5

SI1

37 36 35 34 33
CSO CSI

6 7 8

6 7 8

SCK1 CS0 CS1

CN_ZONE

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• FMN1260NFM/B/D

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• FMN1860NV

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RY-OUTFAN

RY-4WAY

+5V
5V
D06N 1N4148 D01N~D04N 1SR139-600
~ +

CT01N

CN_TH1
1
R11H R14H R15H R12H R13H

Discharge Suction
2 3 4 4
R01H~R05H 1K
~

1

CT_AD
R02N,1.65K,1% C01N 100UF
+

2 3
1UF/50V C11H~C15H

18K 6.2K 6.2K

6.2K

12.1K

C02N 103 D05N 1N4148 R01N 680, 1%

OUT_Air
CN_TH2
1 2 3 4 4 3 2 1

5V 5V
R16H R17H R18H R19H R20H

OUT_Pipe
DISCHARGE
CN_TH3
2 1 1 2

IC01M GMS81516
1 P70(AIN10) 2 3 4 5 6

C17D 103

6.2K

12.1K

6.2K

6.2K

6.2K

VDD P71(AIN11) P72(AIN12) P73(AIN13) P74(AIN14) P75(AIN15) P67(AIN07) P66(AIN06) P65(AIN05) P64(AIN04) P63(AIN03)

64 63 62 61 60 59

+5V TSUP_E TSUP_D TSUP_C TSUP_B TSUP_A RX_F

Pipe F
OUT_AIR
+ + + + +

4

4

3

3

OUT_PIPE TSUP_F
C01H 104 C03H 104 C04H 104 C05H 104 C02H 104

2

2

CT_AD DC_LINK
D01M
EG01C

3

3

4

4

R10T~R15T, 270

7 P76(AIN16)

P62(AIN02)
H/Press INT
8 P77(AIN17)

58

Q01M KRC107M

P61(AIN01)
W2 V2 U2 W1
9 P00(W) 10 P01(V) 11 P02(U) 12 P03(W)

57

2

2

P60(AIN00) VREF VASS P54
V1 U1
13 P04(V) 14 P05(U)
P53(HPWM0)
P52(PWM4/PDO4)

56 55 54 53 52 51

RX_E +5V GND TX_E RX_D TX_D RX_C
5V
C06H 104 C07H 104 C08H 104 C09H 104 C10H 104

3

3

4

4

311V

+5V
R03T,1K
7 R02T 7

C31K 15uF,450V
18 U1 1

10K
Q01T

RY-PWR F0_IPM

107M
C04T 103 R04T

R01T 10k

15 P06(EMG1) 16 P07(CL1/PDW1)

P51(INT4/TC4) P50(INT3/TC3)

50 49

TX_C
IPM_5V_ENB
17 P10(INT0)
P47(SDA/SO)

R31K 1M,1/2W
48

RX_B
12V

BUS_COM

CN-IPM

U
+

V

W

U_

V_

W_

Fo

5V

C01T 103 C02T 103
C03T

1K

LED01T (RED)
+5V

RY-HEATER
TEST S/W R05T
17 U1 16 2

18 P11(INT1)

P46(SCL/SI)

47

TX_B
RY-4WAY
U1 3

C13K 471,250V
19 P12(INT2/TC1)

P45(SCK)
RY-SV
1K
15 U1 4

46 20 P13

RX_A P44(TxD)
RY-FAN_1H
45 21 P14(PPG)

1 1
1 2 3
IC10S
4 3

2 8 8
1 2 3 4
R08T

3 9 9
10K 47uF/50V

4 6 6 7 7 4 5

5

TX_A P43(RxD)
44

5V

BUS_ADDR_LEV

2

3

R07T

1K

R06T

14

IC01S
3 2

4
IC06S IC05S IC07S IC09S IC02S IC08S IC03S IC04S

56K
13

U1

5

RY-FAN_1L
LED02T (YELLOW)
U1 6

22 P15(DVO/TC2)

P42
RY-FAN_2H
12 U1 7

43 23 P16(PDV1)

LEV_CTL_B P41
42

RC01M

LEV_CTL_C LEV_CTL_A

RY-SV

CN_TH5

TX_F

+

+

+

+

+

1

1

CN_TH4

1

1

CN_TH3

SUCTION

R06H~R10H 1K

C16H~C20H

1UF/50V

TLP559*6 TLP521*4
1 5 6 8 2

+5V

R02A,4.7K IC01A KIA7036P C04A 102 R03A,100
+

R01A,1K

RY-FAN_2L
C01A 102
11 10 U1 8 9

CN_Test 2

+5V

24 P17(PDU1)

P40
RY-START
+5V
R30M

41 25 P20(INT5/STOP)
IC04M KIA65084 4.7K
D09D 1SR139-400

LEV_ENABLE P37
26 TEST 40
LEV_B_1

Q01Z KRA107M

R12M~R22M 4.7K

CN-SV

C07S 104 R01S 20K C08S 104 R02S 20K R03S 20K C09S 104 C10S R04S 104 20K C11S R05S 104 20K

C12S R06S 104 20K

C03A 10uF/50V

P36
+5V +12V
IC04D

39 27 P21
C04M 104

LEV_B_2

RY-4WAY

S-TRANS CN-GATE2
D10D
17
+

P35
7805
R08D 1.2K
+ + +

38 28 P22 29 RESET 30 XIN

LEV_B_3

D08D RU2YX

P34 P33 P32
C03D 2200UF 35V

37 36 35

LEV_B_4 LEV_A_1 LEV_A_2

CN-4WAY

9

RY-HEATER

6 5 4 3 2 1

6 5 4 3 2 1

15 V

C06D 220UF 35V
15 V
+

16

C04S 10UF C05S 10UF
+ +

C06S 10UF

D11D C07D 220UF 35V

15 8

C14D 473

R09D 1K

C04D 680UF

C15D C16D 103 104

C05D 220UF 16V

OSC01B 16MHz

31 XOUT
R01B,1M

P31
32 VSS
DC LINK
IC03D,SE012N
14 1

34

LEV_A_3

P30
LED01Y(GREEN)
R03D 47K 3W

33
R05Y 15K R03Y 82K 1/4W R02Y 70K,3W

LEV_A_4

RY-FAN2_L

CN-HEATER

+

7

7

MOTOR
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
15 V

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

13
+

D05D EG01C

R07Y,1K
C08D 220UF 35V
12 2

C12D,100P,1KV R04D 10,1/4W
3

Q01Y C3198

D06D 1N4937 C02D 47UF 50V
+

ZD01Y 20V 1W

R01Y 70K,3W

RC03M

D12D

C11D,473,630V

+5V 1/4W

+5V
Q02Y C3198

H/Press INT

RY-FAN2_H
IC01V TLP621-BL
FB01D FBA04HA900
IC02D TLP621-BL

FAN2
RY-DISC
R06Y,10K IC01Y TLP621 R04Y 2.2K 1/4W C01Y 222

+12V

R01V 62K,3W R02V 1K
1
15 V
+

D01V 1SR139-600

R03V 33K

R04V 10K Q01V C3198
4
R11Y,R12Y 56K,3W RY-DISC

R06V 1K

R04M~R20M 68K

RY-FAN1_L
C01V 102
1/4W
D13D
11

CN-FAN2

C01S 10UF
+ + +

C02S 10UF

C03S 10UF

IC01D
FB02D R05D 5.6K 1/4W

R05V 10K
D01D~D04D 1SR139-600 R01D 27,5W NF01J

MOTOR
RC05M

9 8

9 8

Vupc Up Vup1 Vvpc Vp Vvp1 Vwpc Wp Vwp1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Vfo Ufo Wfo Un 16 Vn1 14 Vn 17

FUSE 250V/5A
C09D 330UF 35V
10

Br Wn F0 Vnc 13 18 15 19

RY-FAN1_H
2
5 R06D 680,1/4W 3 C13D 680P D07D 1N4937 50V

FAN1
G6551

ZNR01D ZNR561D14

RC04M
R07D 1 ,1W
+

CN-FAN1
CN-GATE1
4
Vcc In GND

GND In Vcc Fo GND Vcc In GND TEMP Out Si Out Si GND Out Si GND GND Out Si GND Out Si GND GND In Vcc Vcc

GND In Vcc Fo In Fo

Fo

Fo

Vcc

In

Fo

Fo
GND

RY-START
Out Si GND Out Si GND

C01D 68UF 400V

R02D 82K,1W

R00D 1M,1/2W

C02J 104,275V

C01J 104,275V

RY-PWR CN-DC CN-PWR

1 1 -

2 2

PTC

4

3

2

1
CN-AC

CN-POWER

IPM
PM50CSD120

+
N B
NC

4
HIGH PRESS Comp OLP
REACTOR 28A 0.68mH
RM20TPM-2H AC440V/DC1600V, 40A

3

2

1

1 1

1 1

2 2

P

U

V

W

RED

DSA-362MA

561

WHITE

2. Outdoor Unit

• FMU4480N6L

L2:1.5mH

L1:2.0mH

Power Relay
1uF

BLACK

472 332

1W/1M 2.0uF

GND

1uF

N
COMP

400V 2200uF
800V,0.27uF

+

100K,2W
CT01N/30A 1:3000

472 332 1uF

1W/1M 2.0uF

821 (102)

500V,25A

1uF

T

400V 2200uF

+

100K,2W

MAGNETIC S/W 480V /40A

472 332

1uF

1uF

1W/1M 2.0uF

821 (102)

500V,25A 561

S

821 (102)

R

472 332

500V,25A

3 ,380V,60Hz CN-INPUT

-105~ +

RC02M

1 2 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 3 4 5 6 8 9

1

+

D13K 100D-9 NTC01K 1SR139-600

2

2

1

1

2

2

1

1

2

2

1

1

G/Y

3

3

2

2

1

1

G/Y

3

3

2

2

1

1

BUS_ADDR_LEV

R01M 10K
5V
C01M 104

12V

1
IC05M KIA65084 IC01M QE A0 1 2 VCC

1

CN_LEV 5

2

2

BUS_COM 5V
DC310V R01K 1.5K
ERA15-06

IC02K(TLP627)

18

3 1 2
A1 245

3 20 19 3
A2 A3 3 CS_LEV12 4 B0

17

4

4

16

TX_D0
IC01K(TLP621)
D01K D07K ERA15-06

5 18 4 5
A4 A5 A6 A7

5

LEV5

15 B1

6 17 16 6 7 8 9 15 14 13 12

6

RX_D0

R07K,IK

R19K 1K

R25K 82K/3W

CN-DATA
1 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 3 2 1

C07B 103
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 GND 5 6 7

1

1

CN_LEV 6

C02K 102 25V R13K 10K IC04K(TLP627) R02K 1.5K
ERA15-06

2

2

14

3

3

13

4
B7 8

4

TX_D1
IC03K(TLP621)
D02K D08K ERA15-06

12

5

5

LEV6 10 11

5

11 9

6

6

10

C08B 103

RX_D1
C04K 102 25V R14K 10K IC06K(TLP627) R03K 1.5K
ERA15-06

R08K,IK

R20K 1K

R26K 82K/3W

R02M 10K
5V
C002M 104

12V

1
IC06M KIA65084 IC02M 1 2 QE VCC

1

CN_LEV 3

2

2

TX_D2
IC05K(TLP621)
D03K

18

3 1
A0 A1 A2 A3

3 20 2
245 3

17 CS_LEV12

4 19 3 4 5
A4 4

4

16 B0

RX_D2
C06K 102 25V R15K 10K IC08K(TLP627) R04K 1.5K
ERA15-06

18 17 16 6
A5 A6

B1 B2

C09B 103

1 15 7 8
A7 B3 B4 5

1

CN_LEV 4
14 13 9 12

TX_D3
IC07K(TLP621)
D04K

2
B5 6

2

14

3
B6 7

3

13
R28K 82K/3W D10K ERA15-06

4
GND B7 8

4

12

RX_D3
C08K 102 25V R16K 10K IC10K(TLP627) R05K 1.5K

R10K,IK

R22K 1K

5 10 11
9

5

LEV4

11

6

6

10

C10B 103

TX_D4

ERA15-06

R03M 10K
5V

IC09K(TLP621)
D05K D11K ERA15-06

12V
C003M 104

1
R29K 82K/3W

1
IC07M KIA65084 1

CN_LEV 1
R23K 1K

2
IC03M QE 2

2

18 VCC

RX_D4
C10K 102 25V R17K 10K R06K 1.5K

R11K,IK

3
IC12K(TLP627)

3 1
A0 A1 A2
ERA15-06

17

4 20 2
245 3

4 19 3 4
IC11K(TLP621)
A3
D06K

16 CS_LEV12 4 B0

5 18 17 5
A4

5

LEV5

15 B1

6

6

TX_D5

C11B 103

16 6 15
R24K 1K
R30K 82K/3W D12K ERA15-06

B2 B3 A5

1
B4 5

1

CN_LEV 2
7 14

2
R12K,IK
A6 B5 6

2

14

RX_D5
C12K 102 25V 25V

3
R18K 10K

3 8
A7 GND

13 9 10 12 11

13 B6 B7 7 8 9

4

4

12

5

5

LEV6

11

6

6

10

C12B 103

- 106 -

R09K,IK

R21K 1K

R27K 82K/3W

D09K ERA15-06

5

5

LEV3

15

6

6

131410

342800 359011 268712

1. Room Type Indoor Unit • FMN0760NL, FMN0960NL

354210

267110 135312 352115 352116 35211B 346810 W0CZZ

Exploded View and Replacement Parts List

- 107 159901 146811 249951 152302

152301

135314

268714

Parts List (FMN0760NL, FMN0960NL)
Location No. 131410 135312 135314 146811 152301 152302 159901 249951 297110 268712 268714 342800 346810 352115 352116 35211B 354210 359011 W0CZZ Description FMN0760NL CHASSIS ASSY GRILLE ASSY, DISCHARGE (INDOOR) GRILLE ASSY, INLET MOTOR ASSY, STEP FILTER ASSY, DEODORIZER FILTER (MECH), A/C VANE, HORIZONTAL CONTROL BOX ASSY, INDOOR REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSY PWB (PCB) ASSY, DISPLAY PWB (PCB) ASSY, MAIN BEARING MOTOR ASSY, INDOOR TUBE ASSY, EVA-IN TUBE ASSY, EVA-IN TUBE ASSY, TUBING EVAPORATOR ASSY, FIRST FAN ASSY, CROSS FLOW CAPACITOR, DRAWING Part No. FMN0960NL Remarks

3141A20001D 3531A10005C 3531A10039J 6481AR2727H 5231AR2412T 5230AR2630A 5990AR7225D 4995A20149T 4995A20149U 6711A20010B 6871A30009P 6871A20212G 6871A20212H 3H02821B 4681A20003C 5211AR7286A 5211AR7287A 5211AR7288E 5421AR6175A 5901AR6141A 3H01487A

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FMN1260NL

131410

342800 359011 268712

354210

267110 159901-1

135311

352112-1 152301 352112-2 35211B 352111 346810 W0CZZ

- 109 159901-2 249951 135302

135314

146811

268714

Parts List (FMN1260NL)
Location No. 131410 135311 135314 146811 152301 152302 159901-1 159901-2 249951 267110 268712 268714 342800 346810 352111 352112-1 352112-2 35211B 354210 359011 W0CZZ Description CHASSIS ASSY GRILLE ASSY, DISCHARGE(INDOOR) GRILLE ASSY, INLET MOTOR ASSY, STEP FILTER ASSY, DEODORIZER FILTER(MECH), A/C VANE, HORIZONTAL VANE, HORIZONTAL CONTROL BOX ASSY, INDOOR REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSY PWB(PCB) ASSY, DISPLAY PWB(PCB) ASSY, MAIN BEARING MOTOR ASSY, INDOOR TUBE ASSY, CONNECTOR TUBE ASSY, COUPLING TUBE ASSY, COUPLING TUBE ASSY, TUBING EVAPORATOR ASSY, FIRST FAN ASSY, CROSS FLOW CAPACITOR, DRAWING Part No. 3141A20003B 3531A10023A 3531A20059M 4681AR2727H 5231AR2412T 5230A20004A 5990A30006B 5990A30007B 4995A20179R 6711A20010B 6871A30009Q 6871A20212J 3H02821B 4681A20003P 5211A20514B 5211A20295A 5211A20296A 2H02449J 5421A20032M 5901AR6141C 3H01487A Remarks

- 110 -

131410

• FMN1860NL

342800

135311

354210

267110
159901-1 159901-2

352115 352116 35211B-2 35211B-1 359011

- 111 152313 146811 249951 268712 152302

346810

135314 263230

W0CZZ

268714

Indoor Unit Parts List (FMN1860NL)
Location No. 131410 135311 135314 146811 152302 152313 159901-1 159901-2 249951 263230 267110 268712 268714 342800 346810 352115 352116 35211B-1 35211B-2 354210 359011 W0CZZ Description CHASSIS ASSY GRILLE ASSY, DISCHARGE(INDOOR) GRILLE ASSY, INLET MOTOR ASSY, STEP FILTER(MECH), A/C FILTER ASSY DEODORIZER VANE, HORIZONTAL VANE, HORIZONTAL CONTROL BOX ASSY, INDOOR THERMISTOR ASSY REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSY PWB(PCB) ASSY, DISPLAY PWB(PCB) ASSY, MAIN BEARING MOTOR ASSY, INDOOR TUBE ASSY, EVAPORATOR IN TUBE ASSY, EVAPORATOR OUT TUBE ASSY, TUBING TUBE ASSY, CONNECTOR EVAPORATOR ASSY, FIRST FAN ASSY, CROSS FLOW CAPACITOR, DRAWING Part No. 3141A20002H 3531A10008H 3531A20062P 4681AR2727H 5230A20001A 5231AR2595G 5990A30001B 5990A30002B 4995A20149Z 6323A20003A 6711A20010B 6871A30009R 6871A20212R 3H02821B 4681A20003D 5211A30033C 5211A30034B 5211A30038H 5211A20514G 5421A20021J 5901AR2441E 3H01487G Remarks

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2. Cassette Type Indoor Unit (FMN1260NT, FMN1860NT)

249951

268714

354212

352118

352114 263230

158591 266012

330870

- 113 -

130411

W0CZZ

346810

359011 146811 268712

140570

152312

135802 135312-2

137211

352150

130911

267110 352150

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Parts List (FMN1260NT, FMN1860NT)
Location No. 354212 352114 352118 158591 266012 330870 249951 268714 130411 346810 359011 140570 130911 352150 137211 146811 268712 152312 135802 267110 263230 W0CZZ 352150 135312-2 352111 Description FMN1260NT EVAPORATOR ASSY TUBE ASSY, DISTRIBUTOR TUBE ASSY, MANIFOLD PUMP ASSY, WATER SWITCH ASSY, FLOAT DRAIN PAN ASSY CONTROL BOX ASSY, INDOOR PWB(PCB) ASSY, MAIN BASE ASSY, WELD INDOOR MOTOR ASSY, SINGLE FAN TURBO LOCKER CABINET ASSY, INDOOR DRAIN ASSY, TUBE PANEL ASSY, FRONT(INDOOR) MOTOR ASSY, STEP PWB(PCB) ASSY, DISPLAY FILTER ASSY DOOR, LOCK REMOTE CONTROLLER THERMISTOR ASSY CAPACITOR, DRAWING DRAIN TUBE ASSY INLET GRILLE TUBE ASSY, CONNECTOR 5421A10007Q 5211A10225A 5211A20241A 5859A20001C 6601A20001F 3087A10002A 4995A10026L 6871A10040Z 3041A10013A 4681AC2026E 5900A10004A 4056A20001A 3091A10023A/B 5251A20002A 3721A10021N 4681AP2968D 6871A20096C 5231A10005A 3580A20005A 6711A20039H 6323AQ3226F 3H00660N 5251AP2954A 3530A10065A 5211A20514C Part No. FMN1860NT 5421A10007F 5211A10225A 5211A20241A 5859A20001C 6601A20001F 3087A10002A 4995A10026V 6871A10038E 3041A10013A 4681AC2026D 5900A10004A 4056A20001A 3091A10023A/B 5251A20002A 3721A10021N 4681AP2968D 6871A20096C 5231A10005A 3580A20005A 6711A20039H 6323AQ3226F 3H00660N 5251AP2954A 3530A10065A 5211A20514C Remarks

- 115 -

135515 249951 354210

268714

352115 267110 352111 352116 330870 144710-1 268717 146811 352150 35211B

135312 152312 144710-2 146811 147581 135500-3 352380 131410

3. Art Cool Type Indoor Unit (FMN1260NFM/B/D)

263230

- 116 146811 135311-1 346810 349600 268712 359012

135303

135311-2

135500-2

147581

146811

135314

135311-3

147581 135500-1

146811

Parts List(FMN1260NFM/B/D)
LOCATION No. 131410 135311-1 135311-2 135311-3 135312 135303 135314 135500-1 135500-2 135500-3 135515 144710-1 144710-2 146811 147581 152312 249951 263230 267110 268712 268714 268717 330870 346810 352115 352116 35211B 352150 352380 354210 359012 352111 DESCRIPTION CHASSIS ASSEMBLY GRILL ASSEMBLY, DISCHARGE(INDOOR) GRILL ASSEMBLY, DISCHARGE(INDOOR) GRILL ASSEMBLY, DISCHARGE(INDOOR) GRILL ASSEMBLY, FRONT(INDOOR) GRILL INLET GRILL ASSEMBLY, INLET COVER COVER COVER COVER ASSEMBLY, TOP(INDOOR) GEAR ASSEMBLY GEAR ASSEMBLY MOTOR ASSEMBLY, STEP LOUVER, HORIZONTAL FILTER ASSEMBLY, AIR CLEANER CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY, INDOOR THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY PWB (PCB) ASSEMBLY, DISPLAY PWB (PCB) ASSEMBLY, MAIN PWB (PCB) ASSEMBLY, SUB DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY MOTOR ASSEMBLY, INDOOR TUBE ASSEMBLY, EVAPORATOR IN TUBE ASSEMBLY, EVAPORATOR OUT TUBE ASSEMBLY, TUBING HOSE ASSEMBLY, DRAIN AIR GUIDE EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY, FIRST FAN, TURBO TUBE ASSEMBLY, CONECTOR 3531A10161B 3530A10071B 3531A20113B PART No. MFN1260NFB MFN1260NFD 3141A20004B 3531A20069E 3531A20069D 3531A20069F 3531A10161C 3530A10071C 3531A20113C 3550A20123A 3550A20124A 3550A20060A 3551A20031A 4471A20001C 4471A20001D 4681A20055A 4758A20014B 5231A20005A 4995A20246A 6323A20004F 6711A20039P 6871A20238A 6871A10087F 6871A30027A 3087A30004A 4681A20047B 5211A20302D 5211A20301B 5211AR7066D 5251AR1222Q 5238A10007A 5421A20072A 5900400003A 5211A20254B 3531A10161A 3530A10071D 3531A20113A MFN1260NFM REMARKS

- 117 -

146811

159911

130911 346811 166000

159911

352150 235450 237900 137213 261704 352115 268712 W0CZZ

4. Convertible Type Indoor Unit (FMN1860NV)

- 118 354211 330870 359010 152302

267110 35211A

137213

135314
352111

263230

342800

Parts List(FMN1860NV)
Location No. 130911 135314 137213 137213 146811 152302 159911 159911 166000 235450 237900 261704 263230 267110 268712 330870 342800 346811 352115 35211A 352150 354211 359010 W0CZZ 352111 Description CABINET ASSY GRILLE ASSY, INLET SUB PANEL ASSY, SIDE PWB(PCB) ASSY, MAIN MOTOR ASSY, STEP FILTER(MECH), A/C VANE ASSY, HORIZONTAL VANE ASSY SWITCH, PUSH DISPLAY ASSY (MECH) WINDOW, DISPLAY TRANSFORMER, POWER THERMISTOR ASSY REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSY PWB(PCB) ASSY, DISPLAY DRAIN PAN ASSY BEARING MOTOR ASSY, INDOOR TUBE ASSY, EVA-IN TUBE ASSY, SUCTION INDOOR HOSE ASSY, DRAIN EVAPORATOR ASSY FAN ASSY, CROSS FLOW CAPACITOR TUBE ASSY, CONNECTOR Part No. 3091AP2533A 5237AP2817B 3720AP2767P 6871A20042W 4681AR2727G 5230AP7093A 5991AP2867B 5991AP7334C 6600AP2059B 3545AP7224A 3790AP7080A 6171AQ3198E 6323AQ2333J 6711A20010K 6871AQ3263A 3087AP7233A 3H02821A 4681AP2306G 5211AP2810C 5211AP2813C 5251AP2460B 5421AP2812B 5901AR2351E 3H00671A 5211A20514B Remarks

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435512 666000 W6200 546810-1 W6640-2 W0CCZ-1 W0CCZ-2 W0FZZ 437212 668711 447910 546810-1 546810-2 548490-1 552116 554160 552203-1 552203-2 554031-1 263230 W6640-1 668713 658740

5. Outdoor Unit

349600

559010

135301

- 120 566000 548490-2 W49810 552205 430410 553000 552115

437210

552113-1

552112

435511

554031-2 263230

552113-2

Parts List (FMU4480N6L)
Location No. 430410 554160 553000 554031-1 554031-2 447910 349600 346810-1 546810-2 559010 435512 437210 135301 359011 435511 437212 552112 552113-1 552113-2 552115 552116 552203-1 552203-2 552205 548490-1 548490-2 W49810 263230 649950 658740 666000 668711 668713 W6200 W6640-1 W6640-2 W0CZZ-1 W0CZZ-2 W0FZZ Description BASE ASSY, WELD COMPRESSOR SET HEATER, SUMP CONDENSER ASSY, BENT CONDENSER ASSY, BENT BARRIER ASSY, OUTDOOR MOUNT, MOTOR MOTOR ASSY, OUTDOOR MOTOR ASSY, OUTDOOR FAN ASSY, PROPELLER COVER ASSY, TOP PANEL ASSY, FRONT GRILLE, DISCHARGE PANEL, SIDE COVER ASSY, CONTROL PANEL ASSY, REAR TUBE ASSY, CONDENSER IN TUBE ASSY, CONDENSER OUT TUBE ASSY, CONDENSER OUT TUBE ASSY, MANIFOLD TUBE ASSY, REVERSING VALVE, SERVICE VALVE, SERVICE VALVE, EXPANSION BODY ACCUMULATOR ASSY ACCUMULATOR ASSY SUPPORTER ASSY THERMISTOR, ASSY CONTROL BOX ASSY, OUTDOOR REACTOR SWITCH, MAGNET PWB(PCB) ASSY, MAIN(OUTDOOR) PWB(PCB) ASSY, SUB FILTER (CIRC), EMC TERMINAL BLOCK TERMINAL BLOCK CAPACITOR, DRAWING CAPACITOR, DRAWING FUSE, DRAWING Part No. 4031AP2569B 2520UNCV1AA 2A00093T 5403A20003Z 5403A20079B 4791A20012B 4960A10004A 4681A20013P 4681A20013U 1A00195B 3550AP1213B 3720AP1212B 3530AP1225B 3720AP1215H 3A01293X 3720AP1202F 5211A10230A 5211A10092A 5211A10093A 5211A10234B 5211A10246A 2A00199F 2A00168K 5220A90001B 4849A10005A 4849A10009A 4981A10002A 6323A20002F 4995A10055A 5874A90001A 2A01031H 6871A20204C 6871A20133B 6200JB8007P 6640AP9107C 4G00103A 2A00986D 0CZZA90001C 0FZZA90001A Remarks

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P/No.: 3828A20208A

August, 2002 Printed in Korea

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