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Revision A

:
• MUZ-FH50VE-

E1

has been added.

Please void OBH624.

SPLIT-TYPE AIR CONDITIONERS

OUTDOOR UNIT

SERVICE MANUAL

HFC
utilized

No. OBH624
REVISED EDITION-A

R410A

Models

MUZ-FH25VE
MUZ-FH35VE
MUZ-FH50VE

- E1
- E1
- E1

Indoor unit service manual
MSZ-FH•VE Series (OBH623)

CONTENTS

MUZ-FH25VE
MUZ-FH35VE

NOTE:
RoHS compliant products have <G> mark on the spec name plate.

1. TECHNICAL CHANGES ··································· 3
2. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ····················· 3
3. SPECIFICATION ················································ 4
4. NOISE CRITERIA CURVES ······························ 7
5. OUTLINES AND DIMENSIONS ························ 8
6. WIRING DIAGRAM············································ 9
7. REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM ··············11
8. PERFORMANCE CURVES ····························· 13
9. ACTUATOR CONTROL ··································· 24
10. SERVICE FUNCTIONS···································· 25
11. TROUBLESHOOTING ····································· 26
12. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ···················· 47

PARTS CATALOG (OBB624)

Use the specified refrigerant only
Never use any refrigerant other than that specified.

Doing so may cause a burst, an explosion, or fire when the unit is being used, serviced, or disposed of.
Correct refrigerant is specified in the manuals and on the spec labels provided with our products.
We will not be held responsible for mechanical failure, system malfunction, unit breakdown or accidents caused by
failure to follow the instructions.

<Preparation before the repair service>
Prepare the proper tools.
Prepare the proper protectors.
Provide adequate ventilation.
After stopping the operation of the air conditioner, turn off the power-supply breaker and remove the power plug.
Discharge the capacitor before the work involving the electric parts.

<Precautions during the repair service>
Do not perform the work involving the electric parts with wet hands.
Do not pour water into the electric parts.
Do not touch the refrigerant.
Do not touch the hot or cold areas in the refrigeration cycle.
When the repair or the inspection of the circuit needs to be done without turning off the power, exercise great caution not to
touch the live parts.

Revision A:
• MUZ-FH50VE-

E1

has been added.

OBH624A

2

1

TECHNICAL CHANGES

MUZ-FH25VE - E1
MUZ-FH35VE - E1
MUZ-FH50VE - E1
1. New model

2

PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS

MUZ-FH25VE
MUZ-FH35VE
Air inlet
(back and side)
Piping
Drain hose
Air outlet

Drain outlet

MUZ-FH50VE
Air inlet
(back and side)

Piping
Drain hose

Air outlet

Drain outlet

ACCESSORIES
Model
Drain socket

OBH624A

MUZ-FH25VE
MUZ-FH35VE
MUZ-FH50VE
1

3

3

SPECIFICATION
Outdoor model

MUZ-FH25VE

Power supply
Capacity
Rated frequency (Min.-Max.)

Cooling
Heating

Electrical data

Breaker Capacity
Power input 1 (Total)
Running current 1
(Total)
Power factor 1 (Total)

A
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
Heating

Starting current 1 (Total)
Coefficient of performance
(COP) 1 (Total)

kW

W
A
%
A

Cooling
Heating

Model
Output

W
Cooling
Current 1
A
Heating
Refrigeration oil (Model)
L
Model
Fan motor
Cooling
Current 1
A
Heating
Dimensions W × H × D
mm
Weight
kg
Dehumidification
Cooling
L/h
High
Cooling
Low
Air flow 1
High
m3/h
Heating
Med.
Low
Cooling
Sound
dB(A)
level 1
Heating
High
Cooling
Low
Fan speed
High
rpm
Heating
Med.
Low
Fan speed regulator
Refrigerant filling capacity (R410A)
kg
Special remarks

Compressor

NOTE: Test conditions are based on ISO 5151.
Cooling: Indoor
Dry-bulb temperature 27°C
Outdoor Dry-bulb temperature 35°C
Heating: Indoor
Dry-bulb temperature 20°C
Outdoor Dry-bulb temperature 7°C
Refrigerant piping length (one way): 5 m
1 Measured under rated operating frequency.

OBH624A

MUZ-FH35VE

Single phase, 230 V, 50 Hz
2.5 (1.4 - 3.5)
3.5 (0.8 - 4.0)
3.2 (1.8 - 5.5)
4.0 (1.0 - 6.3)
10
485
820
580
800
2.6
3.9
2.9
3.8
81
91
86
91
2.9
3.9
5.15
4.27
5.52
5.00
SNB140FRUMT
950
2.04
3.32
2.34
3.22
0.35 (FV50S)
RC0J50-CI
0.28
0.30
0.28
0.30
800 × 550 × 285
37
0.2
0.8
1,806
1,038
2,016
1,710
1,326
46
49
49
50
810
490
900
770
610
3
1.15
Wet-bulb temperature

19°C

Wet-bulb temperature

6°C

4

MUZ-FH50VE

Power supply
Cooling
Capacity
kW
Rated frequency (Min. - Max.) Heating
Breaker Capacity
A
Cooling
Power input 1 (Total)
W
Heating
Cooling
Running current 1
A
(Total)
Heating
Cooling
%
Power factor 1 (Total)
Heating
Starting current 1 (Total)
A
Cooling
Coefficient of performance
(COP) 1 (Total)
Heating
Model
Output
W
Cooling
Compressor
Current 1
A
Heating
Refrigeration oil (Model)
L
Model
Fan motor
Cooling
Current 1
A
Heating
Dimensions W × H × D
mm
Weight
kg
Dehumidification
Cooling
L/h
High
Cooling
Med.
Low
Air flow 1
m3/h
High
Heating
Med.
Low
Cooling
Sound level 1
dB(A)
Heating
High
Cooling
Med.
Low
Fan speed
rpm
High
Heating
Med.
Low
Fan speed regulator
Refrigerant filling capacity (R410A)
kg

Single phase, 230 V, 50 Hz
5.0 (1.9 - 6.0)
6.0 (1.7 - 8.7)
16
1,380
1,480
6.1
6.5
98
98
6.5
3.62
4.05
SNB172FEKMT
1,200
4.98
5.37
0.40(FV50S)
RC0J60-BC
0.83
0.84
840 × 880 × 330
55
2.0
3,006
3,006
1,626
2,892
2,892
2,280
51
54
840
840
480
810
810
650
3
1.55

Special remarks

Electrical data

Outdoor model

NOTE: Test conditions are based on ISO 5151.
Cooling: Indoor
Dry-bulb temperature 27°C
Outdoor Dry-bulb temperature 35°C
Heating: Indoor
Dry-bulb temperature 20°C
Outdoor Dry-bulb temperature 7°C
Refrigerant piping length (one way): 5 m
1 Measured under rated operating frequency.

OBH624A

Wet-bulb temperature

19°C

Wet-bulb temperature

6°C

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C62) 600 μF/ 620 μF 420 V (DB61) 15 A 600 V (F61) T20AL250V (F701.V. F901) (IC932) (IC700) T3. CB2. TB2) (X64) (X65) (X69) Relay (X601) (X602) R. PTC65) Terminal block 33 Ω (TB) 5P (X63) 3 A 250 V (X64) 20 A 250 V (X69) 10A 230V (21S4) 220 .Specifications and rated conditions of main electric parts Model Item Smoothing capacitor Diode module Fuse MUZ-FH25VE (C61. F901) Power module Circuit protection T3. CB3) 560 μF 450 V (F601. PTC65) protection Terminal block (TB1.15AL250V (IC700) 15 A 600 V (IC932) 8A600V (LEV) 12 V DC (L61) 23 mH Expansion valve coil Reactor Power factor controller (IC820) 20A 600V (PTC64. F880.V.15AL250 V 5 A 600 V 20 A 600 V Expansion valve (LEV) coil Reactor (L) Diode module (IC820) Circuit (PTC64. coil (21S4) OBH624A 12 V DC 340 μH 20 A 600 V 33 Ω 3P 20 A 250 V 20 A 250 V 10 A 250 V 3 A 250 V 3 A 250 V 220 .240 V AC 6 .coil MUZ-FH35VE Specifications and rated conditions of main electric parts Item Smoothing capacitor Fuse IGBT module Model MUZ-FH50VE (CB1.240 V AC Relay R. F801.

0002 MICRO BAR 80 10 63 BAND CENTER FREQUENCIES.0002 MICRO BAR MUZ-FH25VE 7 . 0dB re 0. Hz MUZ-FH50VE OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL. dB re 0. Hz 10 LINE 90 90 OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL.4 NOISE CRITERIA CURVES MUZ-FH35VE FUNCTION SPL(dB(A)) FUNCTION SPL(dB(A)) COOLING 46 COOLING 49 HEATING 49 HEATING 50 LINE 80 70 NC-70 60 NC-60 50 NC-50 40 NC-40 30 NC-30 20 NC-20 NC-10 10 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 70 FUNCTION SPL(dB(A)) COOLING 51 HEATING 54 NC-70 60 NC-60 50 NC-50 40 NC-40 30 NC-30 20 63 125 250 500 1000 1m 80 70 NC-70 60 NC-60 50 NC-50 40 NC-40 30 NC-30 20 NC-20 NC-10 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 BAND CENTER FREQUENCIES. 0dB re 0.0002 MICRO BAR OCTAVE BAND SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL. Hz OBH624A 4000 OUTDOOR UNIT MICROPHONE 125 2000 8000 Test conditions Cooling: Dry-bulb temperature 35°C Heating: Dry-bulb temperature 7°C Wet-bulb temperature 6°C LINE 90 63 NC-20 NC-10 BAND CENTER FREQUENCIES.

5 99.52 99.35 164.5 302.5 280 35 550 150 43 Liquid refrigerant pipe joint Refrigerant pipe (flared) ø6.5 Service port 500 Bolt pitch for installation 800 MUZ-FH50VE REQUIRED SPACE 500 mm or more 417.5 10 164.5 Drain hole 40 Air in 42 100 mm or more mm or m ore 360 50 330 100 Air out 2-holes 10 21 175 350 500 840 500 mm or more 81 mm or m ore 109 Service panel 880 Liquid refrigerant pipe joint Refrigerant pipe (flared) Ø 6.5 Unit: mm REQUIRED SPACE Service panel Air out 23 22.3 69 Gas refrigerant pipe joint Refrigerant pipe (flared) ø9.5 40 re r mo mo 44 285 344.5 OUTLINES AND DIMENSIONS MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE 100 mm or more 400 Air in Drain hole ø42 100 m 100 mm or m ore Bolt pitch for installation 304~325 Air in 350 mm or m ore 200 mm or more 2 holes 10 X 21 17.35 Handle 170.5 44 452 35 OBH624A 195 8 Gas refrigerant pipe joint Refrigerant pipe (flared) Ø 12.7 .

6 WIRING DIAGRAM MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE OBH624A 9 .

MUZ-FH50VE OBH624A 10 .

V. coil heating ON cooling OFF Stop valve (with strainar) Refrigerant flow in cooling Refrigerant flow in heating MUZ-FH50VE Muffler 4-way valve #100 Refrigerant pipe ø12.4×100 R.4×240 Refrigerant pipe ø6.0×ø2.0×210 Flared connection Capillary tube ø4.52 (with heat insulator) 4-way valve Muffler Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor RT68 Stop valve Discharge temperature thermistor RT62 Flared connection Outdoor heat exchanger Muffler Ambient temperature thermistor RT65 Compressor Defrost thermistor RT61 Capillary tube ø3.0×ø2.7 REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE Unit: mm Refrigerant pipe ø9.7 (with heat insulator) Stop valve Flared connection Outdoor heat exchanger Discharge temperature thermistor RT62 Defrost thermistor RT61 Ambient temperature thermistor RT65 Compressor Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor RT68 Flared connection Strainer #100 Stop valve LEV Muffler Capillary tube ø4.V.35 (with heat insulator) OBH624A Strainer #100 11 .35 (with heat insulator) Strainer #100 LEV R. coil heating ON cooling OFF Refrigerant flow in cooling Refrigerant flow in heating Refrigerant pipe ø6.0×ø2.

D: mm Gas Liquid 9.MAX.550 7m 0 10 m 60 Calculation: X g = 20 g/m × (Refrigerant piping length (m) – 7) OBH624A 12 30 m 460 . Height difference B 20 12 30 15 Model MUZ-FH25/35 MUZ-FH50 Piping size O.7 6. HEIGHT DIFFERENCE Refrigerant piping: m Max. Height difference B Max. Length A Max.35 12.35 Indoor unit Max. REFRIGERANT PIPING LENGTH and MAX.150 7m 0 8m 30 9m 60 Refrigerant piping length (one way) 10 m 11 m 12 m 13 m 90 120 150 180 14 m 210 Refrigerant piping length (one way) 15 m 20 m 160 260 25 m 360 15 m 240 20 m 390 Calculation: X g = 30 g/m × (Refrigerant piping length (m) . Length A Outdoor unit ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGE (R410A: g) Model MUZ-FH25/35 Outdoor unit precharged 1.7) Model MUZ-FH50 Outdoor unit precharged 1.52 6.

} } How to measure the indoor air wet and dry bulb temperature difference 1.0 22 20 18 0.6 6.5 Capacity correction factors 5. (3) MAIN READINGS (1) Indoor intake air wet-bulb temperature: °C [WB] (2) Indoor outlet air wet-bulb temperature: °C [WB] Cooling (3) Outdoor intake air dry-bulb temperature: °C [DB] (4) Total input: W (5) Indoor intake air dry-bulb temperature: °C [DB] (6) Outdoor intake air wet-bulb temperature: °C [WB] Heating (7) Total input: W Indoor air wet and dry bulb temperature difference on the left side of the following chart shows the difference between the indoor intake air wet and dry bulb temperature and the indoor outlet air wet and dry bulb temperature for your reference at service.0 11. Since operating conditions vary according to the areas where these units are installed. Attach at least 2 sets of wet and dry bulb thermometers to the indoor air intake as shown in the figure. measure temperature again and check that the temperature does not change.4 1. OUTDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT Wet and dry bulb thermometers FRONT VIEW Wet and dry bulb thermometers BACK VIEW 8-1. 6. CAPACITY AND INPUT CURVES 8.5 8.3 10. 3. the following information has been provided to clarify the operating characteristics of the air conditioner under the conditions indicated by the performance curve. Open windows and doors of room. 4.7 12.9 8.4 Indoor intake air Wet-bulb temperature( ) 1.3 7.7 5.5 MUZ-FH25VE Indoor air Wet-bulb temperature difference (°C) Cooling capacity (at Rated frequency) 6. When system stabilizes after more than 15 minutes. 2.3 4.3 4.3 OBH624A 1. 5. The thermometers must be attached to the position where air speed is high.5 5.3 1. 50 Hz (2) AIR FLOW Air flow should be set at MAX. measure temperature and take an average temperature.1 5. Attach at least 2 sets of wet and dry bulb thermometers to the outdoor air intake. Check that the air filter is cleaned. 7.1 24 1.8 PERFORMANCE CURVES MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE MUZ-FH50VE The standard specifications apply only to the operation of the air conditioner under normal conditions.6 9.4 5. 10 minutes later. and at least 2 sets of wet and dry bulb thermometers to the indoor air outlet.9 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Outdoor intake air Dry-bulb temperature(°C) 13 35 40 45 .0 7.2 26 1.6 MUZ-FH35VE 9.9 MUZ-FH50VE 13. (1) GUARANTEED VOLTAGE 198 ~ 264 V.3 3. Press the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch once (twice) to start the EMERGENCY COOL (HEAT) MODE. Cover the thermometers to prevent direct rays of the sun.

0 0.7 5.5 8.3 4.3 4.4 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 Outdoor intake air Wet-bulb temperature (°C) 15 NOTE: The above broken lines are for the heating operation without any frost and defrost operation.7 12.1 8.2 13.4 Input correction factors 5.0 MUZ-FH25VE Indoor air Wet-bulb temperature difference (°C) Total input (Cooling : at Rated frequency) 5.7 0.4 MUZ-FH35VE 8.9 6.3 4.3 14.4 6.3 7.6 0.1 12.0 tem ) 15 20 26 In 0.3 MUZ-FH50VE 13.3 1.3 10.2 22 20 18 24 26 1.2 20.2 15.5 7.6 10.8 MUZ-FH35VE 11.6 18.4 6.6 12.9 15.7 9.2 16.7.7 14.8 1.3 9.4 16.7 14.4 16.5 10.9 8.3 9.9 11.9 1.1 1.3 14.1 7.2 15.3 1.6 6.7 18.5 -15 1.5 7.7 12.9 MUZ-FH25VE Indoor air Dry-bulb temperature difference (°C) ur rat pe 1.5 8.1 ake r int ulb ry-b air D pe tem ) 26 20 15 o Indo 0.0 1.0 -10 -5 0 5 10 Outdoor intake air Wet-bulb temperature (°C) 15 Total input (Heating : at Rated frequency) 19.6 12.5 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Outdoor intake air Dry-bulb temperature (°C) 26.8 22.8 MUZ-FH35VE e tak r in o do 0.1 5.1 7.8 MUZ-FH25VE Indoor air Dry-bulb temperature difference (°C) Heating capacity (at Rated frequency) 15.0 0.2 4.6 6.8 0.8 D air lb bu ry- 0.1 8.6 18.1 e( 0.3 24.3 3.8 Input correction factor 26.6 0.1 12.9 1.8 22.9 Indoor intake air Wet-bulb temperature( ) 0.5 10. OBH624A 14 .2 16.5 0.6 10.9 6.2 20.3 24.3 3.8 1.6 9.7 9.7 18.0 Capacity correction factor 19.9 re ( ratu 1.8 -10 MUZ-FH50VE 11.7 0.3 4.4 MUZ-FH50VE 13.2 13.

5 Input correction factors Capacity correction factors MUZ-FH25VE Correction of Cooling capacity 0 150 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) 3 2 1 0 150 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) MUZ-FH35VE Capacity correction factors Correction of Cooling input 1.5 1. Indoor fan operates at High speed.0 1.5 1.5 0 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) 150 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) 2 1 0 150 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) MUZ-FH50VE 1. Test run operation starts and continues to operate for 30 minutes.5 1.0 1. test run operation finishes and EMERGENCY OPERATION starts (operation frequency of compressor varies).5 0 50 100 150 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) 8-3.0 Correction of Cooling input 3 Capacity correction factors 1. Compressor operates at rated frequency in COOL mode or 58 Hz in HEAT mode.5 2. 5. HEAT: Press twice).0 Input correction factors Capacity correction factors 2.0 0. CAPACITY AND INPUT CORRECTION BY OPERATIONAL FREQUENCY OF COMPRESSOR 0.0 0.5 0 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) Correction of Heating input Correction of Heating capacity 1. After 30 minutes.5 0 2 1 0 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) 2.5 Capacity correction factors 1. OBH624A 15 . To cancel test run operation (EMERGENCY OPERATION). 2. HOW TO OPERATE FIXED-FREQUENCY OPERATION <Test run operation> 1.5 1.8-2. 6. press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch or any button on remote controller.0 1.5 1.5 Input correction factors Capacity correction factors 1.0 0. Press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch to start COOL or HEAT mode (COOL: Press once.0 Capacity correction factors Correction of Cooling capacity 50 100 150 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) 2.0 0. 3.5 0.5 0 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) Correction of Cooling input 2.5 0 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) 0 Correction of Heating input Correction of Heating capacity 2. 4.5 0 2.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.5 1.5 50 100 The operational frequency of compressor (Hz) Correction of Heating input Correction of Heating capacity Input correction factors 1.0 3 Input correction factors Correction of Cooling capacity 1.

5 15 20 25 30 35 50 60 70 Ambient temperature (°C) Ambient humidity(%) 8 Outdoor current (A) Outdoor current (A) Outdoor current (A) 2.5 4 0. Operation: TEST RUN OPERATION (Refer to 8-3.0 0 MUZ-FH50VE 6.0 14.5 15 MUZ-FH50VE 4.0 6.8 8 0.5 3.5 15 20 25 5 10 Ambient temperature (°C) OBH624A Outdoor current (A) Outdoor current (A) Outdoor current (A) 5.0 7 6 5 4 3 15 20 25 30 35 50 60 70 Ambient temperature (°C) Ambient humidity(%) 20 25 30 35 50 60 70 Ambient temperature (°C) Ambient humidity(%) HEAT operation Condition: Dry bulb temperature (°C) Wet bulb temperature (°C) Indoor 20.4 15 20 25 30 35 50 60 70 Ambient temperature(°C) Ambient humidity(%) Relative humidity (%) 50 60 70 MUZ-FH50VE MUZ-FH35VE (kgf/cm2 [Gauge])(MPa [Gauge]) 0.4 3 0.5 2 1 Outdoor 7 15 6 12 20.7 0.5 1.4 15 0.6 5 4 0.5 3.0 5.8 6 2 (kgf/cm [Gauge])(MPa [Gauge]) 0.6 5 0.0 0 15 20 25 5 10 Ambient temperature (°C) 16 7 6 5 4 3 0 5 10 15 20 25 Ambient temperature (°C) .0 14.5 3 0.3 15 20 25 30 35 50 60 70 Ambient temperature(°C) Ambient humidity(%) NOTE: The unit of pressure has been changed to MPa on the international system of units (SI unit system) The conversion factor is: 1 (MPa [Gauge]) = 10.7 6 0.5 4 0.5 Operation: Test run operation (Refer to 8-3.) Outdoor low pressure MUZ-FH25VE (kgf/cm2 [Gauge])(MPa [Gauge]) 0.8 7 6 7 Dry-bulb temperature (°C) 20 25 30 20 25 30 35 50 60 70 Ambient temperature(°C) Ambient humidity(%) 7 0.6 5 0.0 3.) Outdoor unit current MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE 8 5.5 5.8-4. OUTDOOR LOW PRESSURE AND OUTDOOR UNIT CURRENT COOL operation Both indoor and outdoor unit are under the same temperature/ humidity condition.2 (kgf/cm2 [Gauge]) Outdoor unit current MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE 2.9 9 8 0.5 4.0 4.7 0.0 2.0 4.0 4.5 4.

00 388 2.08 0.94 2.06 2.19 0.94 2.00 441 2.88 2.08 1.94 1.81 2.88 2.57 449 3.19 2.45 2.65 432 2.70 1.77 441 3.30 0.81 461 2.91 0.59 0.85 1.00 2.34 0.81 2.35 2.85 1.70 1.85 2.93 480 31 24 3.00 407 2.62 0.61 519 30 18 2.45 0.81 2.60 1.50 0.53 480 3.20 1.15 2.00 2.04 0.00 427 2.94 2.88 2.60 2.94 1.17 0.06 3.94 2.77 480 27 24 3.00 2.91 0.57 519 29 18 2.75 2.85 441 3.15 1.93 427 2.15 2.30 2.93 407 2.61 441 3.05 2.06 1.08 0.5 kW INDOOR INDOOR DB (°C) WB (°C) SHF: 0.65 504 27 26 3.81 449 3.00 1.71 0.81 1.23 0.81 1.73 0.83 0.60 1.77 466 3.05 2.85 407 2.23 2.75 1.19 2.94 2.85 432 2.65 461 2.94 1.97 407 2.06 3.86 0.07 0.19 1.20 0.58 0.53 466 3.45 2.94 2.81 1.96 0.81 461 25 22 3.33 0.60 2.77 432 2.23 2.97 446 26 20 3.28 0.67 0.95 INPUT: 485 W OUTDOOR DB (°C) 21 25 27 30 SHF INPUT 21 18 2.82 0.24 0.61 466 3.65 480 3.53 466 3.73 466 3.88 2.84 0.24 0.73 466 3.23 2.94 2.05 1.05 2.70 2.69 432 2.61 0.81 2.64 0.75 2.23 1.11 0.30 1.93 461 28 22 3.15 1.94 1.62 0.45 0.12 0.65 466 3.00 432 2.97 461 2.00 388 2.81 2.89 480 30 24 3.26 0.00 2.75 2.88 1.30 2.67 0.81 2.75 0.75 1.45 2.61 504 3.97 480 32 24 3.19 0.56 0.30 1.65 407 2.35 0.95 0.57 480 23 18 2.76 0.88 2.18 0.71 0.35 0.91 0.69 407 2.08 2.03 0.85 0.06 2.73 441 3.67 0.61 466 3.PERFORMANCE DATA COOL operation at Rated frequency MUZ-FH25VE CAPACITY: 2.94 2.54 0.61 449 3.73 490 3.89 461 27 22 3.89 441 2.78 0.30 1.00 461 32 22 3.35 2.94 2.00 461 31 22 3.73 0.94 1.85 2.65 461 22 18 2.60 2.47 0.00 1.93 388 2.73 422 3.61 422 3.08 2.80 0.49 504 3.61 0.70 2.00 427 2.31 0.74 0.69 480 25 24 3.45 1.06 1.19 2.94 2.85 407 2.38 0.00 407 2.45 2.00 388 2.06 1.15 0.19 2.70 2.85 461 2.00 446 29 20 3.10 0.85 2.85 0.06 2.69 441 3.30 2.69 0.35 1.65 480 24 24 3.57 504 3.85 1.77 504 30 26 3.21 0.65 466 3.85 388 2.48 0.34 0.88 1.60 1.14 0.35 2.79 0.89 407 2.85 449 3.00 407 2.42 0.39 0.85 422 3.30 2.70 1.15 2.23 0.85 461 26 22 3.30 0.19 2.81 441 2.77 461 2.60 1.71 0.55 0.85 0.60 2.77 441 2.99 0.85 2.85 0.73 0.73 0.89 449 3.51 0.28 0.85 0.69 519 32 18 2.00 0.00 2.19 2.77 446 21 20 3.88 1.70 2.01 0.00 427 2.57 422 3.35 1.00 407 2.88 2.94 2.10 0.00 407 2.44 0.94 2.87 0.75 2.88 1.94 1.69 466 3.75 2.81 2.26 0.97 0.62 0.90 0.08 2.69 490 3.50 0.53 441 3.73 449 3.89 388 2.35 2.70 2.73 432 2.06 2.81 407 2.92 0.69 504 3.75 2.75 0.53 504 25 18 2.08 2.61 480 3.08 2.33 0.75 2.81 2.85 2.85 480 29 24 3.45 0.00 427 2.97 0.81 504 31 26 3.97 0.38 0.75 2.65 449 3.15 2.49 490 3.69 466 3.81 1.85 2.40 0.73 480 26 24 3.05 0.35 1.53 519 28 18 2.05 2.60 2.61 0.35 2.06 3.60 2.00 461 30 22 3.69 422 3.35 2.69 504 28 26 3.97 432 2.20 2.93 441 2.00 407 2.42 0.31 0.20 2.81 2.73 504 29 26 3.61 461 2.98 0.00 446 32 20 3.60 2.93 461 2.45 1.81 1.81 480 3.17 0.94 2.81 466 3.06 2.93 446 25 20 3.55 0.94 1.73 407 2.86 0.94 2.60 2.57 504 26 18 2.81 388 2.20 1.79 0.00 446 27 20 3.97 0.89 427 2.05 2.00 388 2.07 0.65 422 3.97 407 2.00 441 2.85 2.75 1.78 0.06 1.45 0.00 2.09 0.85 1.75 1.75 2.85 504 32 26 3.53 504 3.70 2.00 446 28 20 3.81 2.10 0.82 0.35 1.77 388 2.70 1.00 407 2.64 0.70 2.00 441 2.20 2.97 427 2.94 2.81 2.74 0.52 0.56 0.77 461 24 22 3.08 2.38 0.00 1.23 1.97 388 2.36 0.77 480 3.94 2.81 407 2.19 2.88 2.94 2.35 2.89 407 2.00 407 2.57 0.35 2.08 2.70 2.83 0.05 1.35 2.65 504 3.70 1.97 449 3.08 1.08 2.74 0.79 0.00 0.65 519 31 18 2.00 432 2.21 0.11 0.81 446 22 20 3.84 0.60 0.00 432 2.04 0.57 461 2.69 461 2.62 0.85 446 23 20 3.94 2.93 407 2.94 1.89 422 3.68 0.60 2.94 2.75 1.35 2.65 441 2.35 2.21 0.89 461 2.85 2.00 427 2.77 407 2.57 480 3.95 0.65 0.20 1.85 1.70 2.60 1.88 0.94 0.06 2.85 441 2.24 0.19 3.75 2.31 0.81 422 3.00 427 2.71 0.45 1.98 0.81 1.81 2.89 432 2.19 2.73 441 2.19 1.31 0.89 446 24 20 3.23 2.73 519 NOTE Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC Q : Total capacity (kW) SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) OBH624A SHF : Sensible heat factor INPUT : Total power input (W) 17 DB : Dry-bulb temperature WB : Wet-bulb temperature .00 446 30 20 3.73 480 3.10 0.93 422 3.23 2.60 2.43 0.43 0.93 449 3.69 441 2.70 2.77 449 3.05 1.94 2.08 0.70 1.60 1.73 461 23 22 3.37 0.75 0.85 466 3.69 461 22 22 3.77 407 2.23 2.50 0.49 0.06 2.81 427 2.67 0.61 504 26 26 3.35 1.81 432 2.53 490 3.52 0.94 2.94 1.41 0.70 0.15 2.60 2.06 2.61 480 24 18 2.77 427 2.98 0.00 446 31 20 3.15 1.91 0.69 449 3.18 0.85 427 2.85 2.19 0.65 490 3.94 2.49 466 3.58 0.00 388 2.81 480 28 24 3.97 422 3.57 466 3.61 490 3.73 504 3.70 2.93 432 2.88 0.69 480 3.97 441 2.85 480 3.57 490 3.60 2.70 2.97 461 29 22 3.00 2.01 0.20 1.77 422 3.23 1.94 1.00 2.57 466 3.61 0.31 0.15 2.73 461 2.57 441 3.23 0.12 0.81 441 3.00 388 2.05 1.85 2.08 2.94 2.48 0.65 441 3.00 407 2.49 519 27 18 2.

00 495 2.40 0.40 2.58 2.08 1.45 1.23 1.89 0.93 504 2.55 2.55 1.80 0.07 0.66 0.00 504 2.81 504 2.89 495 2.65 558 2.85 0.45 1.58 2.81 543 2.97 514 2.85 475 2.00 475 2.77 582 30 26 3.38 1.45 0.45 2.73 2.38 2.55 2.33 0.40 1.89 519 2.70 1.89 514 2.69 582 28 26 3.68 1.76 0.58 2.83 0.88 1.25 1.73 2.81 514 2.98 0.98 0.68 1.98 0.65 534 2.85 1.25 1.23 1.45 0.61 601 30 18 2.25 2.85 548 26 22 2.23 2.45 2.25 1.69 548 22 22 2.61 563 24 18 2.53 601 28 18 2.65 495 2.61 553 2.08 2.73 519 2.73 1.69 543 2.48 0.88 1.93 495 2.03 1.44 0.65 548 22 18 2.93 519 2.88 2.85 2.69 563 25 24 2.03 2.55 1.81 582 31 26 3.75 0.19 0.97 543 2.85 495 2.92 0.81 519 2.23 1.85 582 32 26 3.08 2.58 1.00 548 32 22 2.87 0.85 1.45 1.39 0.25 1.86 0.58 1.58 1.54 0.00 524 29 20 2.45 2.77 504 2.03 1.00 475 2.00 548 31 22 2.25 2.98 0.23 2.56 0.00 519 2.93 514 2.65 543 2.93 524 25 20 2.61 582 26 26 3.00 524 32 20 2.35 0.68 1.76 0.89 543 2.93 543 2.55 0.88 0.77 514 2.85 1.00 495 2.93 548 28 22 2.73 514 2.65 577 2.00 548 30 22 2.25 2.55 1.95 INPUT: 485 W OUTDOOR DB (°C) 35 40 46 SHF INPUT 21 18 2.73 0.85 1.52 0.77 519 2.97 495 2.88 2.66 0.55 1.29 0.25 1.49 577 2.02 0.27 0.37 0.88 1.23 1.77 0.85 534 2.07 0.09 0.43 0.08 2.45 1.61 534 2.65 0.70 2.99 0.53 534 2.51 0.88 1.85 0.65 553 2.00 0.08 1.53 553 2.19 0.38 1.70 1.57 558 2.54 0.71 0.25 2.30 0.61 577 2.73 2.76 0.25 2.03 2.73 1.45 1.68 1.77 534 2.08 1.94 0.57 582 26 18 2.55 1.61 558 2.73 601 NOTE Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC Q : Total capacity (kW) SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) OBH624A SHF : Sensible heat factor INPUT : Total power input (W) 18 DB : Dry-bulb temperature WB : Wet-bulb temperature .40 1.73 1.57 534 2.77 558 2.23 1.08 2.69 553 2.86 0.00 504 2.14 0.60 0.45 1.81 563 28 24 2.03 1.85 0.70 1.81 558 2.08 0.11 0.55 1.08 0.08 0.55 2.81 495 2.58 1.40 1.86 0.08 1.73 2.73 534 2.53 582 25 18 2.89 504 2.00 475 2.55 1.00 524 30 20 2.61 514 2.08 1.57 543 2.00 504 2.07 0.08 2.40 1.73 0.55 1.43 0.23 1.53 0.55 2.97 0.45 2.73 553 2.25 2.77 475 2.88 2.00 504 2.97 475 2.31 0.73 577 2.45 0.55 2.58 1.40 2.21 0.00 504 2.40 1.45 2.97 0.64 0.23 2.88 1.55 1.00 475 2.53 558 2.85 524 23 20 2.58 2.40 2.56 0.61 543 2.5 kW INDOOR INDOOR DB (°C) WB (°C) SHF: 0.93 475 2.10 0.69 495 2.45 1.77 563 27 24 2.89 524 24 20 2.75 0.97 548 29 22 2.21 0.85 504 2.69 558 2.40 1.82 0.88 2.97 519 2.38 1.74 0.23 1.85 1.38 2.08 2.68 1.58 1.25 2.08 2.78 0.65 514 2.45 2.57 514 2.08 1.49 553 2.73 558 2.45 2.25 1.00 475 2.73 1.81 524 22 20 2.56 0.50 0.21 0.08 1.68 1.81 548 25 22 2.08 1.00 519 2.18 0.28 0.45 2.66 0.55 1.33 0.69 577 2.40 1.23 0.25 2.10 0.58 2.73 543 2.45 0.38 1.00 475 2.54 0.58 1.81 534 2.62 0.68 0.60 0.72 0.45 2.57 553 2.45 2.03 1.18 0.77 495 2.25 1.01 0.35 0.65 601 31 18 2.63 0.97 563 32 24 2.PERFORMANCE DATA COOL operation at Rated frequency MUZ-FH25VE CAPACITY: 2.91 0.73 2.03 1.00 524 31 20 2.97 504 2.73 1.58 2.08 1.17 0.57 601 29 18 2.89 548 27 22 2.70 1.73 2.00 495 2.89 475 2.70 2.68 1.55 2.55 1.40 2.58 2.57 577 2.40 2.96 0.97 0.25 1.04 0.49 601 27 18 2.23 1.69 601 32 18 2.30 0.76 0.42 0.23 2.38 1.55 1.95 0.08 1.40 2.64 0.85 0.74 0.32 0.38 0.73 582 29 26 3.25 2.57 563 23 18 2.66 0.70 1.73 548 23 22 2.85 519 2.93 563 31 24 2.96 0.85 0.45 1.67 0.70 1.58 2.00 504 2.09 0.23 1.23 1.77 543 2.16 0.55 2.38 1.38 2.00 519 2.47 0.89 0.77 548 24 22 2.62 0.81 475 2.21 0.08 1.85 558 2.73 495 2.77 524 21 20 2.85 563 29 24 2.97 524 26 20 2.73 563 26 24 2.70 2.53 577 2.85 514 2.09 0.88 0.85 1.00 524 27 20 2.69 514 2.52 0.40 2.55 1.40 1.00 524 28 20 2.69 519 2.17 0.38 1.38 2.85 543 2.69 534 2.65 519 2.93 0.25 1.65 563 24 24 2.89 563 30 24 2.64 0.23 2.65 582 27 26 3.

58 779 4.15 0.52 2.31 3.54 779 22 18 4.27 1.62 689 4.78 1.68 0.56 0.72 0.48 1.03 2.46 746 4.74 779 4.62 0.11 3.66 656 3.54 787 4.62 787 4.11 2.53 0.94 656 3.69 2.99 2.86 779 29 22 4.35 0.00 754 31 20 4.94 730 3.11 2.00 722 3.62 713 4.84 0.00 0.37 0.66 759 4.74 746 4.78 2.08 0.50 812 24 18 4.83 1.94 689 3.82 812 31 24 4.83 2.26 0.70 812 28 24 4.74 730 3.70 0.66 746 3.86 730 3.57 0.70 0.00 689 3.25 0.46 828 4.66 722 3.19 0.03 2.94 746 3.62 828 4.94 0.54 0.69 0.83 2.64 3.78 812 30 24 4.98 722 3.34 0.46 787 4.27 2.79 0.86 656 3.5 kW INDOOR INDOOR DB (°C) WB (°C) SHF: 0.11 1.84 0.50 853 4.11 3.49 0.70 779 25 22 4.94 3.PERFORMANCE DATA COOL operation at Rated frequency MUZ-FH35VE CAPACITY: 3.58 853 28 26 4.97 0.64 3.50 877 30 18 4.69 2.54 828 4.46 779 4.54 787 4.54 853 27 26 4.66 689 4.10 0.67 0.64 1.38 787 4.62 853 29 26 4.64 3.55 0.74 759 4.29 3.62 759 4.70 0.69 1.86 0.07 0.52 2.03 2.03 0.94 689 4.20 2.20 2.98 0.76 0.83 2.59 0.46 787 4.58 877 32 18 4.70 746 3.11 3.84 INPUT: 820 W OUTDOOR DB (°C) 21 25 27 30 SHF INPUT 21 18 4.86 759 4.33 0.38 853 4.78 779 27 22 4.78 3.83 2.39 0.39 0.58 779 22 22 4.21 0.20 0.54 730 3.29 3.31 2.69 3.94 2.52 3.62 2.69 2.71 0.46 2.26 0.48 2.70 0.16 0.16 0.41 2.58 759 4.09 0.62 812 26 24 4.94 3.46 2.31 1.20 2.62 779 23 22 4.49 0.20 2.46 2.00 722 3.78 689 4.69 1.46 3.74 754 23 20 4.29 2.58 787 4.47 0.66 779 4.11 3.86 754 26 20 4.62 877 NOTE Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC Q : Total capacity (kW) SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) OBH624A SHF : Sensible heat factor INPUT : Total power input (W) 19 DB : Dry-bulb temperature WB : Wet-bulb temperature .38 828 4.54 713 4.64 1.82 759 4.80 0.42 877 28 18 4.54 779 4.90 656 3.96 0.31 2.58 746 3.41 3.17 0.44 0.91 0.69 2.78 3.58 787 4.64 2.31 0.85 3.91 0.52 2.58 713 4.74 722 3.74 713 4.41 2.64 1.14 0.32 0.84 0.42 0.64 2.42 787 4.99 3.03 0.88 0.29 3.64 2.94 3.27 1.66 689 3.29 2.46 2.86 713 4.62 1.65 0.90 722 3.10 0.22 0.23 0.29 3.85 2.47 0.31 3.64 3.70 689 4.11 2.74 812 4.85 2.78 3.11 2.98 689 3.00 689 3.27 2.46 812 23 18 4.86 722 3.11 1.41 2.42 746 4.59 0.48 2.82 754 25 20 4.90 779 30 22 4.37 0.78 2.31 0.11 4.54 812 24 24 4.70 853 31 26 4.69 3.54 746 4.06 0.03 0.00 722 3.74 787 4.16 0.85 0.69 2.46 3.94 3.78 759 4.82 656 3.64 2.40 0.00 754 30 20 4.42 0.98 754 29 20 4.42 828 4.86 689 4.74 779 26 22 4.52 3.31 2.62 746 3.79 0.69 0.94 3.94 1.69 2.78 0.94 722 3.90 689 3.52 2.69 2.83 0.31 3.11 4.52 2.77 0.27 2.82 0.98 779 32 22 4.48 0.86 746 3.04 0.53 0.36 0.46 0.00 656 3.47 0.11 3.70 689 3.03 0.50 828 4.99 2.77 0.72 0.78 3.48 2.10 0.43 0.03 2.66 812 27 24 4.17 0.54 853 4.95 0.62 2.29 4.74 853 32 26 4.11 3.88 0.44 0.00 0.63 0.62 779 4.11 2.78 722 3.46 713 4.75 0.29 4.90 754 27 20 4.46 3.86 0.66 0.03 3.58 812 25 24 4.41 2.16 0.58 730 3.41 3.99 2.93 0.03 3.70 730 3.99 3.23 0.50 812 4.11 2.85 3.58 746 4.62 2.99 0.05 0.85 3.94 3.69 3.11 2.30 0.99 3.11 3.62 1.48 2.03 3.27 2.78 713 4.99 2.03 2.64 3.42 853 4.50 853 26 26 4.48 2.66 713 4.04 0.62 853 4.85 2.66 0.49 0.38 877 27 18 4.46 759 4.41 0.00 754 32 20 4.46 2.66 812 4.20 1.46 3.42 787 4.94 2.86 689 3.11 0.48 1.62 787 4.73 0.29 2.42 853 25 18 4.74 656 3.78 0.69 2.15 0.22 0.80 0.11 3.52 0.85 2.64 2.99 3.62 730 3.95 0.90 0.03 1.11 3.98 0.66 0.03 0.01 0.00 656 3.91 0.58 828 4.11 0.62 0.62 746 4.32 0.91 0.58 812 4.70 0.82 689 3.29 3.11 4.42 0.94 754 28 20 4.48 0.78 1.98 0.83 2.94 3.86 0.54 0.40 0.52 1.86 779 4.31 0.84 0.85 2.11 3.70 746 4.46 2.46 853 4.65 0.54 759 4.31 0.99 3.42 812 4.97 0.62 812 4.66 853 30 26 4.60 0.82 722 3.78 3.78 746 3.27 0.20 3.71 0.70 0.30 0.50 746 4.78 3.82 689 4.28 0.38 0.64 3.78 3.03 2.69 2.31 3.78 2.20 3.60 0.70 722 3.62 2.66 787 4.70 754 22 20 4.11 1.31 2.87 0.53 0.87 0.76 0.90 746 3.24 0.88 0.50 787 4.54 746 3.82 746 3.52 2.78 656 3.13 0.11 3.50 779 4.94 1.70 656 3.86 812 32 24 4.27 3.82 779 28 22 4.20 2.58 853 4.70 787 4.01 0.74 689 4.78 730 3.21 0.44 0.50 713 4.21 0.50 759 4.54 812 4.27 2.85 0.62 2.82 779 4.46 877 29 18 4.13 0.46 853 26 18 4.41 1.35 0.61 0.14 0.28 0.34 0.70 759 4.54 877 31 18 4.70 779 4.99 2.64 3.70 0.78 2.46 812 4.66 746 4.78 689 3.78 779 4.98 746 3.99 2.08 0.00 656 3.11 4.80 0.11 3.28 0.60 0.85 0.94 1.46 3.94 2.16 0.95 0.77 0.11 4.78 754 24 20 4.20 3.82 713 4.55 0.69 2.66 730 3.99 3.85 3.90 689 4.70 713 4.82 730 3.98 730 3.78 3.74 812 29 24 4.74 689 3.66 754 21 20 4.83 2.29 2.29 3.27 0.31 2.54 0.85 3.54 689 4.58 689 4.39 0.50 787 4.50 0.98 656 3.41 2.74 746 3.50 0.66 779 24 22 4.94 0.23 0.55 0.91 0.12 0.82 0.85 2.78 1.31 3.41 2.00 689 3.20 3.20 2.27 2.85 3.61 0.70 812 4.94 3.54 0.69 1.03 2.94 779 31 22 4.99 0.94 3.98 689 4.90 730 3.98 0.

50 943 3.99 1.42 943 3.75 1.86 886 26 20 3.24 1.22 0.78 2.33 2.94 836 3.98 804 3.26 0.54 951 24 24 4.12 1.12 2.24 2.43 2.34 0.46 935 3.66 984 30 26 4.62 869 3.46 902 3.43 2.47 0.70 951 28 24 4.81 0.03 2.28 0.00 853 2.12 1.99 2.15 2.78 1.86 918 3.74 877 3.08 0.90 804 3.82 918 3.06 0.91 1.65 0.80 0.78 2.57 2.40 0.75 1.12 2.00 853 2.78 0.00 804 3.03 2.00 804 3.03 2.70 943 3.33 2.50 0.24 2.50 0.58 927 22 22 3.15 1.98 927 32 22 3.78 836 3.57 3.93 0.58 976 3.78 2.66 869 3.07 0.06 0.38 0.62 877 3.78 2.57 1.43 3.91 2.46 1017 29 18 3.21 0.15 3.46 869 3.33 2.82 2.19 0.74 869 3.57 1.17 0.54 1017 31 18 3.31 0.82 951 31 24 4.57 2.24 0.38 935 3.57 2.07 0.70 836 3.66 877 3.43 3.91 2.31 0.15 2.73 0.76 0.33 0.43 3.00 804 3.95 0.86 927 29 22 3.61 2.93 0.5 kW INDOOR INDOOR DB (°C) WB (°C) SHF: 0.74 0.78 869 3.78 2.15 0.98 877 3.36 2.38 0.93 0.94 853 2.98 836 3.24 1.05 0.74 886 23 20 3.36 2.57 2.64 0.52 0.70 918 3.70 886 22 20 3.93 0.54 935 3.PERFORMANCE DATA COOL operation at Rated frequency MUZ-FH35VE CAPACITY: 3.78 0.36 1.54 943 3.66 853 2.35 0.61 2.78 2.46 951 23 18 3.63 0.43 0.00 886 31 20 3.79 0.03 1.82 0.12 3.66 0.70 804 3.58 836 3.82 877 3.86 853 2.70 853 2.57 2.12 0.36 3.74 984 32 26 4.00 0.64 0.58 943 3.57 2.90 886 27 20 3.91 2.24 2.61 3.80 0.66 886 21 20 3.86 804 3.91 0.98 853 2.78 1.29 0.70 877 3.62 927 23 22 3.15 2.58 918 3.84 0.36 3.10 0.70 927 25 22 3.82 2.61 2.33 2.78 886 24 20 3.61 2.59 0.66 943 3.73 0.94 877 3.59 0.91 2.82 886 25 20 3.70 902 3.61 0.58 877 3.15 0.15 3.61 3.67 0.08 0.02 0.80 0.50 984 26 26 4.75 2.78 927 27 22 3.99 2.50 918 3.15 1.50 951 24 18 3.12 2.36 2.96 0.57 0.15 2.99 1.70 984 31 26 4.12 2.03 2.62 1017 NOTE Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC Q : Total capacity (kW) SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) OBH624A SHF : Sensible heat factor INPUT : Total power input (W) 20 DB : Dry-bulb temperature WB : Wet-bulb temperature .33 2.90 853 2.57 1.42 984 25 18 3.54 902 3.54 984 27 26 4.13 0.84 INPUT: 820 W OUTDOOR DB (°C) 35 40 46 SHF INPUT 21 18 3.57 2.61 2.66 804 3.79 0.85 0.94 886 28 20 3.19 0.42 935 3.81 0.82 2.90 927 30 22 3.03 0.42 976 3.12 1.74 853 2.57 2.46 984 26 18 3.81 0.43 1.43 3.46 918 3.36 2.66 927 24 22 3.62 902 3.96 0.74 804 3.12 2.98 0.16 0.66 951 27 24 4.57 2.61 3.09 0.90 836 3.62 0.12 2.95 0.62 943 3.57 1.54 877 3.54 0.95 0.49 0.49 0.00 886 32 20 3.21 0.52 0.52 0.86 0.99 2.58 1017 32 18 3.89 0.82 804 3.82 2.36 0.82 1.66 836 3.62 918 3.62 984 29 26 4.94 927 31 22 3.91 1.82 3.87 0.15 1.06 0.74 943 3.09 0.54 927 22 18 3.00 886 30 20 3.62 836 3.75 1.15 3.94 804 3.24 2.15 2.15 3.15 2.75 2.82 2.78 1.46 0.27 0.74 918 3.58 0.64 0.42 0.43 2.66 918 3.75 1.93 0.24 1.72 0.82 836 3.15 2.24 0.99 2.61 1.95 0.50 869 3.93 0.57 1.03 2.75 2.58 869 3.33 2.53 0.36 3.36 2.69 0.74 836 3.18 0.50 902 3.57 2.82 853 2.92 0.42 1017 28 18 3.66 902 3.78 804 3.91 2.62 951 26 24 4.91 2.54 869 3.82 1.33 0.33 1.86 951 32 24 4.46 943 3.68 0.38 1017 27 18 3.53 0.74 902 3.36 1.15 2.91 2.09 0.99 1.00 853 2.86 869 3.33 0.82 869 3.98 886 29 20 3.78 951 30 24 4.46 976 3.71 0.58 902 3.82 0.43 2.61 0.62 935 3.89 0.57 1.03 1.57 1.68 0.81 0.43 1.03 2.12 2.74 927 26 22 3.68 0.82 3.82 2.43 2.43 2.66 0.02 0.33 1.54 918 3.29 0.54 836 3.50 0.07 0.98 0.01 0.22 0.46 0.54 976 3.36 0.43 1.91 2.50 1017 30 18 3.74 951 29 24 4.82 2.78 877 3.21 0.91 1.90 877 3.78 918 3.12 2.84 0.62 976 3.33 1.55 0.68 0.57 2.91 2.67 0.57 2.33 2.37 0.86 877 3.50 0.58 951 25 24 4.04 0.61 3.64 0.75 0.43 3.61 2.91 2.85 0.58 984 28 26 4.36 2.36 0.43 3.17 0.61 2.36 2.82 927 28 22 3.50 0.70 869 3.46 0.39 0.50 935 3.86 836 3.32 0.91 2.78 853 2.38 976 3.91 1.58 935 3.03 2.42 902 3.50 976 3.33 1.21 0.

59 1159 5.70 4.45 3.20 3.28 0.59 1214 5.86 0.13 3.15 0.26 0.75 3.40 3.38 3.43 1394 6.70 3.35 1477 29 18 5.59 1311 5.35 1366 6.37 0.88 4.70 3.63 5.48 0.47 1435 6.15 3.63 1435 32 26 6.15 4.83 1159 5.99 0.30 2.63 4.75 1277 6.63 1366 6.88 4.67 1159 5.63 1325 6.63 3.40 4.88 4.00 2.82 0.88 5.39 1311 5.95 1214 5.47 1394 6.31 1394 6.43 1325 6.88 0.47 1366 25 24 6.63 1201 6.00 4.69 0.71 1104 5.55 1366 6.45 2.59 1201 6.50 3.20 3.51 1325 6.71 1214 5.10 3.70 3.51 1435 6.59 1256 5.45 0.20 4.43 1435 6.13 4.93 0.47 0.40 4.79 1159 5.75 1270 26 20 6.22 0.63 1366 29 24 6.70 3.55 1228 5.75 4.40 3.81 0.75 1104 5.13 4.03 0.47 1311 5.40 2.67 1201 6.73 0.91 0.70 2.79 1311 30 22 6.76 0.50 3.53 0.51 1366 26 24 6.63 0.43 1256 5.47 1366 6.05 0.50 2.49 0.43 1201 6.64 0.10 1.47 0.40 0.31 1435 6.30 3.70 3.75 1228 5.30 3.79 1104 5.23 0.70 2.95 1104 5.13 0.62 0.59 1366 6.00 3.0 kW INDOOR INDOOR DB (°C) WB (°C) SHF: 0.55 1256 6.38 0.06 0.37 0.40 4.70 2.67 1277 6.35 1256 6.68 0.20 4.38 3.88 3.70 3.35 1325 6.35 0.72 0.81 0.35 1394 6.40 5.99 1270 32 20 6.29 0.47 1159 5.12 0.83 1256 5.67 1311 5.63 3.39 1256 6.31 1477 28 18 5.39 1435 26 26 6.01 0.59 1104 5.69 0.43 1228 5.70 2.75 2.47 1256 6.43 1311 5.13 0.87 1214 5.16 0.02 0.35 1435 26 18 5.43 1477 31 18 5.15 2.60 2.47 0.84 0.88 3.70 2.64 0.45 2.10 2.40 3.31 1435 25 18 5.50 4.88 5.51 1435 29 26 6.43 1325 6.35 1325 6.70 0.10 3.75 1256 5.75 3.75 0.00 2.84 0.51 0.17 0.87 1311 32 22 6.08 0.15 0.10 3.38 3.67 0.60 3.70 0.39 1477 30 18 5.47 1325 6.00 3.12 0.10 3.60 1.71 1277 6.88 5.40 2.89 0.35 1435 6.88 3.15 0.31 1325 6.63 3.38 4.00 0.15 3.69 0.00 3.73 0.54 0.32 0.10 0.90 2.20 3.39 1201 6.50 3.52 0.35 0.47 0.11 0.91 0.71 1311 28 22 6.00 4.24 0.46 0.96 0.13 4.26 0.20 2.15 0.59 1270 22 20 6.00 0.63 1214 5.35 1366 23 18 5.08 0.40 1.63 3.11 0.22 0.51 1325 6.10 2.90 2.85 0.03 0.75 2.70 2.83 1270 28 20 6.57 0.28 0.88 5.24 0.88 4.55 1201 6.00 0.61 0.79 1256 5.40 0.70 4.14 0.88 3.47 1311 22 22 6.47 1256 5.41 0.88 5.71 1311 5.75 2.94 0.95 0.24 0.60 2.63 1311 26 22 6.55 0.15 2.27 1477 27 18 5.14 0.90 0.01 0.32 0.35 1311 5.59 0.87 1104 5.43 1277 6.63 1228 5.11 0.40 3.70 0.55 1277 6.75 1214 5.67 1366 30 24 6.54 0.77 0.59 0.30 2.84 0.59 1435 31 26 6.87 1270 29 20 6.79 1214 5.12 0.31 1325 6.63 1270 23 20 6.63 5.75 1366 32 24 6.67 1311 27 22 6.13 4.57 0.70 4.63 0.70 4.55 1435 30 26 6.71 1270 25 20 6.60 2.95 1270 31 20 6.45 2.75 1311 29 22 6.71 1201 6.64 0.67 1270 24 20 6.43 1159 5.70 2.27 1394 6.74 0.35 0.98 0.51 1366 6.13 3.88 3.09 0.76 0.71 1366 31 24 6.50 3.43 1366 6.23 0.90 2.60 2.83 1214 5.73 0.71 1159 5.91 1159 5.45 2.42 0.30 1.51 1228 5.94 0.70 2.20 4.07 0.26 0.13 2.75 1159 5.31 1366 6.37 0.70 2.88 2.39 1394 6.58 0.70 0.44 0.34 0.97 0.47 1477 32 18 5.39 1325 6.78 0.59 1228 5.87 0.63 4.59 1311 25 22 6.35 0.14 0.99 1104 5.88 0.31 0.42 0.70 2.55 1325 6.87 0.96 0.55 1311 5.97 0.95 1159 5.20 3.70 2.40 1.25 0.55 1214 5.59 1256 6.51 1256 6.61 0.88 3.63 4.63 1277 6.51 1159 5.51 1311 23 22 6.75 3.60 3.40 4.70 3.67 1256 5.35 1201 6.00 2.63 4.90 2.94 0.78 0.88 3.38 4.20 3.55 1366 27 24 6.38 4.83 1311 31 22 6.99 1159 5.90 1.15 2.50 2.87 1256 5.11 0.91 1270 30 20 6.42 0.71 1228 5.70 3.59 1325 6.40 3.40 4.59 1159 5.34 0.52 0.50 0.38 0.27 0.87 1159 5.23 0.13 5.75 1201 6.83 0.51 1201 6.45 3.21 0.38 2.47 1277 6.55 1311 24 22 6.79 0.70 3.51 1311 5.81 0.95 0.71 1256 5.30 3.30 2.47 0.30 3.63 1159 5.15 2.PERFORMANCE DATA COOL operation at Rated frequency MUZ-FH50VE CAPACITY: 5.48 0.63 3.62 0.87 1228 5.70 4.43 1366 24 24 6.47 1201 6.17 0.63 1256 5.08 0.45 3.63 1256 6.27 0.10 0.31 0.87 1159 5.79 1228 5.91 1214 5.50 0.97 0.20 4.36 0.45 4.55 1104 5.10 0.39 0.70 4.86 0.90 3.88 3.35 1277 6.71 0.43 1256 6.39 1366 6.60 0.43 1435 27 26 6.06 0.05 0.63 1311 5.88 3.50 2.39 1325 6.39 1366 24 18 5.59 1366 28 24 6.21 0.27 1435 6.70 1.75 4.45 3.40 2.82 0.50 3.88 4.79 1159 5.10 2.59 1277 6.15 4.61 0.19 0.05 0.89 0.20 4.88 0.40 3.27 1325 6.50 4.39 1435 6.55 1159 5.35 0.90 3.75 2.86 0.13 5.00 2.79 1270 27 20 6.10 2.51 1277 6.63 1159 5.30 2.35 0.08 0.75 2.88 2.99 1214 5.37 0.57 0.00 4.14 0.38 2.25 0.51 1477 NOTE Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC Q : Total capacity (kW) SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) OBH624A SHF : Sensible heat factor INPUT : Total power input (W) 21 DB : Dry-bulb temperature WB : Wet-bulb temperature .88 4.77 0.15 3.15 4.71 1159 5.40 2.47 1325 6.36 0.43 1311 22 18 5.38 2.59 0.88 4.75 1159 5.75 1311 5.39 1277 6.82 0.67 1104 5.88 0.41 0.51 1394 6.50 0.50 4.89 0.58 0.47 1435 28 26 6.47 1228 5.63 5.31 1256 6.55 1270 21 20 6.53 0.00 3.30 0.52 0.13 3.67 1228 5.67 1159 5.83 1159 5.91 1104 5.50 4.67 1214 5.63 1104 5.69 0.38 4.13 2.62 0.20 5.38 3.78 0.55 1256 5.15 3.73 INPUT: 1380 W OUTDOOR DB (°C) 21 25 27 30 SHF INPUT 21 18 5.55 1159 5.88 4.51 1256 5.75 3.13 3.33 0.88 0.02 0.70 3.40 5.83 1104 5.61 0.91 0.83 1228 5.

45 1.15 4.60 0.63 1477 4.75 3.35 1.51 1546 4.04 0.59 1546 4.10 1.35 1601 23 18 4.19 0.86 0.59 1518 5.70 2.42 0.47 1587 5.43 1477 4.15 4.51 1642 5.59 1408 4.90 2.39 1642 5.59 1463 5.55 1490 21 20 5.95 0.10 0.35 1573 5.55 1656 30 26 6.40 1.80 3.10 2.90 3.43 1642 5.75 3.35 1463 5.26 0.10 3.90 3.15 2.30 0.54 0.62 0.45 2.18 0.31 1573 5.58 0.63 1656 32 26 6.09 0.45 3.80 3.80 3.63 1601 29 24 5.24 0.10 3.47 1477 4.41 0.15 3.35 2.75 2.85 0.77 0.93 0.98 0.74 0.15 2.35 1518 5.52 0.15 4.15 2.28 0.50 3.71 1559 28 22 5.07 0.45 2.71 1408 4.78 0.10 3.79 1490 27 20 5.45 3.75 1.10 1.45 3.31 1518 5.50 4.23 0.62 0.84 0.35 2.40 2.73 0.83 1408 4.80 3.45 2.10 3.46 0.48 0.05 2.63 1546 4.70 0.47 1518 5.51 1463 5.71 1435 4.11 0.45 2.56 0.05 1.90 4.70 2.48 0.40 2.63 0.07 0.90 3.99 1490 32 20 5.97 0.68 0.28 0.40 2.67 1601 30 24 5.09 0.80 0.71 1477 4.95 1435 4.71 1601 31 24 5.66 0.80 2.91 1490 30 20 5.45 3.64 0.10 2.63 1463 5.75 2.40 0.45 2.04 0.43 1573 5.87 0.55 1435 4.47 1408 4.55 1587 5.51 1711 NOTE Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC SHF INPUT Q SHC Q : Total capacity (kW) SHC : Sensible heat capacity (kW) OBH624A SHF : Sensible heat factor INPUT : Total power input (W) 22 DB : Dry-bulb temperature WB : Wet-bulb temperature .39 1711 30 18 4.70 1.47 1642 5.10 3.43 1587 5.75 0.38 0.35 1.45 2.59 1435 4.27 1711 27 18 4.75 1408 4.75 1559 29 22 5.42 0.05 2.10 1.87 0.06 0.46 0.83 1435 4.26 0.45 3.18 0.51 1656 29 26 6.51 1408 4.75 2.91 0.83 1490 28 20 5.61 0.05 3.92 0.39 1587 5.79 0.09 0.67 1463 5.75 1601 32 24 5.75 1546 4.66 0.10 2.27 1573 5.55 1518 5.89 0.39 0.83 0.43 1546 4.61 0.90 4.43 1559 22 18 4.39 1656 26 26 6.71 1352 4.99 0.50 4.63 1587 5.15 3.70 0.24 0.39 1601 24 18 4.90 4.15 2.63 1518 5.91 0.73 INPUT: 1380 W OUTDOOR DB (°C) 35 40 46 SHF INPUT 21 18 4.79 0.19 0.99 0.95 1352 4.81 0.43 1518 5.34 0.00 0.67 1546 4.59 1656 31 26 6.61 0.47 1573 5.75 2.91 0.75 1352 4.75 1.05 2.51 1559 23 22 5.31 1656 25 18 4.65 0.43 1408 4.51 1573 5.15 3.51 1477 4.48 0.75 2.50 3.84 0.40 0.40 2.78 0.36 0.90 2.21 0.01 0.45 0.15 4.12 0.50 3.47 1546 4.66 0.59 1601 28 24 5.80 4.80 3.10 3.60 0.90 4.02 0.80 3.15 2.10 1.55 1546 4.67 1490 24 20 5.47 1463 5.35 2.35 1711 29 18 4.45 0.90 4.27 0.80 2.39 1546 4.01 0.21 0.59 1490 22 20 5.09 0.11 0.51 1587 5.55 1559 24 22 5.91 1352 4.99 1435 4.79 1559 30 22 5.10 2.45 0.PERFORMANCE DATA COOL operation at Rated frequency MUZ-FH50VE CAPACITY: 5.21 0.13 0.81 0.05 1.02 0.75 2.47 1656 28 26 6.83 0.71 1490 25 20 5.99 1352 4.70 2.71 1546 4.10 2.22 0.31 1711 28 18 4.94 0.99 0.0 kW INDOOR INDOOR DB (°C) WB (°C) SHF: 0.78 0.10 2.40 1.01 0.79 1477 4.75 2.27 1642 5.60 0.43 1656 27 26 6.40 3.56 0.16 0.75 2.15 2.45 3.32 0.28 0.55 1352 4.31 1642 5.35 1587 5.87 1477 4.67 1559 27 22 5.54 0.80 0.87 1352 4.44 0.51 0.39 1573 5.98 0.10 2.83 1477 4.11 0.70 2.55 1408 4.10 1.80 2.83 1559 31 22 5.37 0.09 0.66 0.27 0.87 1435 4.66 0.79 0.63 0.40 2.71 1463 5.47 0.55 1477 4.63 1559 26 22 5.47 1711 32 18 4.45 0.15 3.45 0.10 3.40 3.45 2.47 1559 22 22 5.50 2.16 0.75 2.59 1477 4.44 0.75 2.39 1463 5.45 2.45 2.75 3.70 1.43 1601 24 24 5.50 3.63 1352 4.45 3.63 0.91 1435 4.63 1435 4.59 1587 5.79 1435 4.87 0.85 0.55 1601 27 24 5.79 1408 4.20 0.15 3.75 1.50 4.87 1559 32 22 5.15 3.67 1352 4.47 1601 25 24 5.19 0.10 2.75 2.80 2.22 0.83 1352 4.87 1490 29 20 5.15 2.35 1.55 1463 5.75 3.59 1559 25 22 5.59 1352 4.15 3.67 1477 4.45 1.83 0.28 0.50 2.50 3.15 2.75 1435 4.88 0.45 3.56 0.87 0.35 1656 26 18 4.35 1546 4.05 2.45 3.15 3.42 0.75 1477 4.15 2.35 1642 5.45 2.39 1518 5.35 2.63 1408 4.34 0.75 1490 26 20 5.90 3.70 2.75 3.67 0.45 4.75 3.78 0.75 1463 5.22 0.67 1408 4.51 1601 26 24 5.00 0.79 1352 4.50 3.60 0.43 1711 31 18 4.51 1518 5.43 1463 5.89 0.63 1490 23 20 5.69 0.50 2.45 3.15 3.67 1435 4.15 3.95 1490 31 20 5.80 2.15 3.43 0.68 0.40 0.31 1587 5.90 3.87 1408 4.

26 551 3.90 621 4.60 808 5.40 832 4.34 1302 6.32 1584 8.68 896 5.48 615 21 1.16 776 3.52 520 3.24 1110 4.85 510 3.14 510 2.74 1436 5.0 kW INDOOR DB (°C) INPUT: 1480 W OUTDOOR WB (°C) -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT 15 3.78 962 4.52 603 3.88 792 4.74 650 4.80 1702 NOTE: Q: Total capacity (kW) INPUT : Total power input (W) DB: Dry-bulb temperature WB: Wet-bulb temperature OBH624A 23 .68 832 4.32 1228 5.40 1569 21 3.16 667 MUZ-FH35VE CAPACITY: 4.PERFORMANCE DATA HEAT operation at Rated frequency MUZ-FH25VE CAPACITY: 3.02 1658 7.08 832 5.20 872 4.02 377 2.88 856 5.0 kW INDOOR DB (°C) INPUT: 800 W OUTDOOR WB (°C) -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT 15 2.56 1154 5.60 1036 4.30 1613 7.10 1362 5.38 888 26 2.53 563 2.30 481 2.06 603 4.73 435 2.10 574 3.40 560 2.68 586 4.88 664 3.72 534 3.04 624 3.12 1406 6.36 632 3.60 848 21 2.40 736 3.52 1539 6.62 1539 8.30 644 26 1.90 1495 7.20 920 MUZ-FH50VE CAPACITY: 6.68 704 3.08 760 4.92 406 2.07 1643 26 3.60 1539 7.56 704 4.94 603 3.2 kW INDOOR DB (°C) INPUT: 580 W OUTDOOR WB (°C) -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT Q INPUT 15 2.82 1465 6.43 452 2.02 1302 4.16 600 2.

[OFF] The fan motor turns OFF 15 seconds after the compressor has stopped running. . . . OFF Dry . . . . . . . . [ON] The fan motor turns ON 5 seconds before the compressor starts up. . . . . .coil ON OFF 5 seconds Outdoor fan ON OFF motor 9-3. . . . interlocking with the compressor. . OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR CONTROL The fan motor turns ON/OFF. .coil motor Compressor LEV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 24 ○ Indoor fan motor Defrost heater ○ ○ . . . 5 seconds 15 seconds ON Compressor OFF ON Outdoor fan motor OFF 9-2. .V. . . . . . ON Cooling . . . . . . .V. . . COIL CONTROL Heating . . . . . <COOL> <HEAT> 5 seconds Compressor ON OFF R. . . . . RELATION BETWEEN MAIN SENSOR AND ACTUATOR Sensor Discharge temperature thermistor Indoor coil temperature thermistor Defrost thermistor Fin temperature thermistor Ambient temperature thermistor Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor OBH624A Purpose Protection Cooling: Coil frost prevention Heating: High pressure protection Heating: Defrosting Protection Cooling: Low ambient temperature operation Heating: Defrosting (Heater) Cooling: Low ambient temperature operation Cooling: High pressure protection Actuator Outdoor fan R.9 ACTUATOR CONTROL MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE MUZ-FH50VE 9-1.V. . . . . . OFF NOTE: The 4-way valve reverses for 5 seconds right before start-up of the compressor. . R. .

solder JK wire of the inverter P. at low outside temperature (0°C or less) may cause the following troubles. the compressor is energized. The pre-heat control prevents this interference. board.10 SERVICE FUNCTIONS MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE MUZ-FH50VE 10-1.C. the compressor is energized.) Jumper wire JS Soldered (Initial setting) None (Cut) Defrost finish temperature (°C) MUZ-FH25/35VE MUZ-FH50VE 5 10 10 18 10-2. (Refer to 11-6-1. The pre-heat control turns ON when the compressor temperature is 20°C or below. check JK wire.C. 1) If moisture gets into the refrigerant cycle and freezes. When the pre-heat control turns ON. board. board. and cut/solder it if necessary. 2) If liquid refrigerant collects in the compressor. it may interfere the start-up of the compressor at low discharge temperature. (Refer to 11-6. OFF: To deactivate the pre-heat control. activate the pre-heat control. (About 50 W) MUZ-FH50 Prolonged low load operation. The pre-heat control turns ON when the discharge temperature is 20°C or below. board is replaced. (About 70 W) Pre-heat control setting <JK> ON: To activate the pre-heat control. a failure in the compressor may occur. cut/solder the JS wire of the outdoor inverter P. it may interfer the start-up of the compressor. When the pre-heat control turns ON.1) NOTE: When the inverter P. PRE-HEAT CONTROL SETTING PRE-HEAT CONTROL MUZ-FH25/35 When moisture gets into the refrigerant cycle. in which the thermostat is OFF for a long time. cut JK wire of the inverter P.C. To prevent those troubles. OBH624A 25 . CHANGE IN DEFROST SETTING Changing defrost finish temperature <JS> To change the defrost finish temperature.C.

check that the connector and terminal are connected properly. <Incorrect> <Correct> Lead wiring Housing point 3. the cabinet. board. board. be sure to turn OFF the main unit first with the remote controller. Troubleshooting procedure 1) Check if the OPERATION INDICATOR lamp on the indoor unit is flashing on and off to indicate an abnormality. DO NOT pull the lead wires. hold the housing of the connector. board seems to be defective. To make sure.11 TROUBLESHOOTING MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE MUZ-FH50VE 11-1. Before troubleshooting. Take care of the following during servicing 1) Before servicing the air conditioner. 4) Refer to 11-2 and 11-3. be careful of the residual voltage of smoothing capacitor. OBH624A 26 . 4) When removing the electronic control P. check how many times the OPERATION INDICATOR lamp is flashing on and off before starting service work. 2) Before servicing. 2) Be sure to turn OFF the power supply before removing the front panel. and then after confirming the horizontal vane is closed.C. 2) Check the indoor/outdoor connecting wire for miswiring. and the electronic control P. 3) When removing the electrical parts. turn OFF the breaker and/or disconnect the power plug.C. check the copper foil pattern for disconnection and the components for bursting and discoloration.C. 5) When connecting or disconnecting the connectors. 2. the top panel. 3) When the electronic control P. hold the edge of the board with care NOT to apply stress on the components. check the following 1) Check the power supply voltage. CAUTIONS ON TROUBLESHOOTING 1.

Press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch so that the memorized abnormal condition is deleted. 1.52. FAILURE MODE RECALL FUNCTION Outline of the function This air conditioner can memorize the abnormal condition which has occurred once. First. 2. Regardless of normal or abnormal condition. Yes No The indoor unit is abnormal. and identify the abnormal point with the indoor unit failure mode table. Check the blinking pattern. Does POWER lamp on the indoor unit blink at the interval of 0. Then release the buttons.5-second OFF 3-second ON Blinking at 0. (Refer to 11-2. 2. Press RESET button of the remote controller. Hold down the other two buttons for another 3 seconds. Beep is emitted at the same timing as the blinking of POWER lamp. press RESET button. <Preparation of the remote controller> While pressing OPERATION SELECT button and TEMP button on the remote controller at the same time.11-2. Turn OFF the power supply and turn it ON again. recall the failure mode again according to "Setting up the failure mode recall function" mentioned above. a short beep is emitted once the signal is received. Make sure to release the failure mode recall function after it is set up.5-second OFF second interval ON OFF Beeps Repeated cycle Beeps Repeated cycle 3. otherwise the unit cannot operate properly. Repair the failure parts.2) No (OFF) Yes (Blinks) Judgment of indoor/outdoor abnormality Before blinking.52.5-second OFF 3-second ON second interval Beeps Repeated cycle 2. (Refer to indoor unit service manual.3) Make sure to check at least two consecutive blinking cycles. (Refer to 11-2. the memorized failure details can be recalled. 2 The outdoor unit is abnormal. NOTE: 1. But the outdoor unit might be abnormal because there are some abnormalities that can not be recalled with this way. Deleting the memorized abnormal condition After repairing the unit. If the abnormal condition is not deleted from the memory. Setting up the failure mode recall function Turn ON the power supply. release RESET button. Flow chart of failure mode recall function for the indoor/outdoor unit Operational procedure The cause of abnormality cannot be found because the abnormality does not recur. Press OPERATE/STOP (ON/OFF) button of the remote controller (the set temperature is displayed) with the remote controller headed towards the indoor unit.5second interval ON OFF No beep Repeated cycle OBH624A Beeps No beep Repeated cycle 27 Beeps Repeated cycle .) Make sure to check at least two consecutive blinking cycles. Press OPERATE/STOP (ON/OFF) button of the remote controller (the set temperature is displayed) with the remote controller headed towards the indoor unit. Blinking pattern when the indoor unit is abnormal: Blinking at 0. and confirm the abnormal point with the outdoor unit failure mode table. Confirm if outdoor unit is abnormal according to the detailed outdoor unit failure mode recall function. 3 Releasing the failure mode recall function Release the failure mode recall function by the following procedures.5 seconds? Blinks: Either indoor or outdoor unit is abnormal. 1 1. Make sure that the indicators on the LCD screen shown in the right figure are all displayed. Even though LED indication listed on the troubleshooting check table (11-3.5-second OFF second interval Blinking at 0. Check the blinking pattern. does POWER lamp stay ON for 3 seconds? Stays ON for 3 seconds (without beep): The outdoor unit is abnormal.Blinking pattern when the outdoor unit is abnormal: Blinking at 0. 2 Indoor unit is normal. Release the failure mode recall function according to "Releasing the failure mode recall function" mentioned above. the last abnormal condition is kept memorized.) disappears.52.

press TEMP button to adjust the set temperature to 25°C. Check the blinking pattern. Press RESET button of the remote controller. Regardless of normal or abnormal condition.5 seconds? Blinks: The outdoor unit is abnormal. 4 The information regarding whether the connected outdoor unit is a low-standbypower model or a non-low-standby-power model will also be initialized. Deleting the memorized abnormal condition After repairing the unit. Press OPERATE/STOP (ON/OFF) button of the remote controller (the set temperature is displayed) with the remote controller headed towards the indoor unit. Beep is emitted at the same timing as the blinking of POWER lamp. Turn OFF the power supply and turn it ON again. NOTE: It takes up to 1 minute to indicate the outdoor unit abnormality. recall the failure mode again according to "Setting up the failure mode recall function" (11-2. 4 Release the failure mode recall function according to "Releasing the failure mode recall function" mentioned above.).Blinking pattern when outdoor unit is abnormal: 2. 2 The outdoor unit is normal. If the abnormal condition is not deleted from the memory. Make sure to release the failure mode recall function after it is set up. (Default= compatible with a low-standbypower model) NOTE: 1.5second interval ON OFF No beep Repeated cycle OBH624A No beep Repeated cycle Beeps 28 Beeps Repeated cycle . Repair the failure parts.5second interval 2. No (OFF) Yes (Blinks) The outdoor unit is abnormal. 2 1. Press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch so that the memorized abnormal condition is deleted. and identify the abnormal point with the outdoor unit failure mode table (11-2. 2 short beeps are emitted as the signal is received.3. Even if POWER lamp is not lighting. 1 Does POWER lamp on the indoor unit blink at the interval of 0. Release the failure mode recall function according to the left mentioned procedure. Flow chart of the detailed outdoor unit failure mode recall function Operational procedure The outdoor unit might be abnormal. Confirm that the remote controller is in the failure mode recall function.5-second OFF 3-second ON Blinking at 0. 2. Make sure to check at least two consecutive blinking cycles.5-second OFF 3-second ON Blinking at 0. otherwise the unit cannot operate properly. Confirm if outdoor unit is abnormal according to the following procedures. With the remote controller headed towards the indoor unit. 2.1.). the last abnormal condition is kept memorized. keep checking at least 1 minute or longer.2. Releasing the failure mode recall function Release the failure mode recall function by the following procedures.

Discharge temperature 6-time flash 2. • Check refrigerant circuit and refrigerant amount. board temperature thermistor 4-time flash 2. OBH624A — — ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ — ○ — ○ — ○ — ○ — ○ — ○ ○ ○ — ○ — ○ ○ ○ — 11-time flash 2. signal "1" has been received 30 consecutive times.C.5 seconds Fin temperature thermistor 3-time flash 2. compressor connector.5 seconds OFF Fin temperature/ P. Defective outdoor thermistors can be identified by checking the blinking pattern of LED. 10-time flash 2.).5 seconds OFF Indoor/outdoor Outdoor unit unit failure failure mode mode recall recall function function 29 .5 seconds OFF Outdoor fan motor 9-time flash 2.C. or temperature of P.5 seconds OFF Temperature of discharge temperature • Refer to 11-5. "Check of outdoor fan motor". board) Condition Remedy — — OFF None (Normal) — 1-time flash 2. 3 minutes. • Check around outdoor unit. The compressor winding shorts circuit. Outdoor fan has stopped 3 times in a row within 30 seconds after outdoor fan start-up. "Check of inverter P. • Check refrigerant circuit and refrigerant amount.C. Power module (IC700) (FH25/35) IGBT module (IC700) (FH50) 6-time flash 2.5 seconds OFF Discharge temperature thermistor Defrost thermistor 1-time flash every 2.5 seconds OFF High pressure 7-time flash 2. • Check refrigerant circuit and refrigerant amount. • Refer to 11-5. How Any signals from the inverter P.C. Outdoor unit failure mode table POWER lamp (Indoor unit) Abnormal point (Failure mode/protection) LED indication (Outdoor P.C. Although the inverter P. "Check of outdoor thermistors". "How detected normally. How to check miswiring and serial signal error. NOTE: Blinking patterns of this mode differ from the ones of TROUBLESHOOTING CHECK TABLE (11-3. "Check of outdoor fan motor". 7-time flash 2. "How to check inverter/ compressor".C. receiving error — Indoor/outdoor communication. • Refer to 11-5. • Check stop valve.5 seconds OFF — • Refer to 11-5.5 seconds OFF Ambient temperature thermistor 2-time flash 2. • Check outdoor unit air passage.5 seconds OFF Bus-bar voltage (DC) 8-time flash 2. • Replace the inverter P. board sends signal "0". board. to check inverter/ compressor".5 seconds OFF Each phase current of compressor 9-time flash 2. Temperature defrost thermistor exceeds 70°C in COOL mode. "How (IC700) (FH50). to check inverter/ compressor". Compressor can restart if discharge temperature thermistor reads 100°C or less 3 minutes later.5 seconds OFF Indoor/outdoor communication. board cannot be received normally for to check miswiring and serial signal error.C. "How to check inverter/ output of the power module (IC700) compressor".5 seconds OFF Large current flows into power module • Reconnect compressor connector. • Check stop valve. • Reconnect connectors. • Check stop valve. compressor stops.5 seconds OFF Nonvolatile memory data 5-time flash 2. board exceeds 75 ~ 86°C (FH25/35)/75 ~ 80°C (FH50). 12-time flash 2. — Temperature of discharge temperature thermistor exceeds 116°C.5 seconds OFF Outdoor power system 3-time flash 2. board temperature thermistor on the inverter P. receiving error — 2-time flash 2. — • Check stop valve. • Refer to 11-5. "How to check inverter/ compressor". "Check of LEV". Temperature of fin temperature thermistor on the inverter P. Thermistor shorts or opens during compressor running. Bus-bar voltage of inverter cannot be • Refer to 11-5. Refer to 11-5.5 seconds OFF Overcurrent Compressor synchronous abnormality (Compressor start-up failure protection) •Refer to 11-5. •Refer to 11-5.5 seconds OFF Nonvolatile memory data cannot be read properly. (FH25/35)/IGBT module (IC700) (FH50).C. Stop valve (Closed valve) 14-time flash 2. (IC700) (FH25/35)/ IGBT module • Refer to 11-5. thermistor has been 50°C or less for 20 minutes.5 seconds OFF Closed valve is detected by compressor current.3. "Check of LEV". Overcurrent protection cut-out operates 3 consecutive times within 1 minute after the compressor gets started. board exceeds 72 ~ 85°C (FH25/35)/70 ~ 75°C (FH50). • Refer to 11-5.C.C. board".5 seconds OFF The interface short circuit occurs in the • Refer to 11-5. board temperature 8-time flash 2. Each phase current of compressor cannot be detected normally.5 seconds OFF 14-time flash 2. • Reconnect Waveform of compressor current is distorted. — Temperature indoor coil thermistor exceeds 70°C in HEAT mode.5 seconds OFF — Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor 4-time flash 2.5 seconds OFF 5-time flash 2. • Refer to 11-5.5 seconds OFF Discharge temperature 11-time flash 2.5 seconds OFF P.

C. board temperature thermistor on the inverter P. "Check of outdoor fan motor". • Check if indoor filters are clogged.5 seconds OFF Frequency drop by current protection 3-time flash 2. "How to check miswiring and serial signal error. • Refer to 11-5. board.5 seconds OFF 9 10 5-time flash 2. Discharge temperature overheat protection Fin temperature /P.C. • Refer to 11-5. compressor frequency lowers. outdoor thermistors". • Check stop valve.C.C.C. • Refer to 11-5. compressor frequency lowers. • Check refrigerant circuit and refrigerant amount. Instantaneous power voltage drop. (FH50) • Refer to 11-5. • Refer to 11-5.C.5 seconds OFF OBH624A FH25/35 • Replace inverter P. "How to check inverter/compressor". • Check refrigerant circuit and refrigerant amount. heat exchanger temperature thermistor or ambient temperature thermistor shorts or opens during compressor running. "Flow chart of the detailed outdoor unit failure mode recall function".5 seconds OFF 14-time flash 2. • Refer to 11-5. (FH50) • Refer to 11-5. "Check of outdoor defrost thermistor. Compressor can restart if discharge temperature thermistor reads 100°C or less 3 minutes later. • Check stop valve.5 seconds OFF 13-time flash 2. "Check of power supply". • Refer to 11-5.5 seconds OFF Overcurrent protection Large current flows into power module (IC700) (FH25/35)/ IGBT module (IC700) (FH50).5 seconds OFF 11-time flash 2. 'Outdoor unit 2-time flash 2.5 seconds OFF Each phase current of compressor Bus-bar voltage (DC) Each phase current of compressor cannot be detected normally. (Short time power failure) (FH50) • Refer to 11-5. • Refer to 11-5. "Check of outdoor thermistors". compressor frequency lowers. but check the following.board exceeds 72 ~ 85°C (FH25/35)/70 ~ 75°C (FH50). tem (POWER lamp of the indoor unit lights up or flashes 7-time. Outdoor control sys.5A (FH35). compressor stops. 12-time flash 2. Indoor coil thermistor exceeds 70°C in HEAT mode.2. "Check of LEV". board temperature thermistor overheat protection High pressure protection Temperature of discharge temperature thermistor exceeds 116°C. Outside temperature When the outside temperature thermistor shorts or opens. • Check outdoor unit air passage. fin temperature thermistor. • Refer to 11-5. 3 4 4-time flash 2. • Refer to 11-2. "How to check inverter/compressor". Bus-bar voltage of inverter cannot be detected normally. • Refer to 11-5.5 seconds OFF 11 8-time flash 2. 1-time flash 2. "Check of inverter P. FH50 Current from power outlet is nearing breaker capacity. board.C. "How to check inverter/compressor". P. • Check if indoor/outdoor unit air circulation is short cycled. thermistor protection 30 • Check refrigerant circuit and refrigerant amount. "Check of LEV". Abnormal point/ Condition 1-time flash every Outdoor power sys2. • Check stop valve. 15 16 17 18 Remedy • Reconnect connector of compressor.5 seconds OFF Frequency drop by high pressure protection Frequency drop by defrosting in COOL mode Frequency drop by discharge temperature protection When the input current exceeds approximately 10A (FH25)/10. The unit is normal. "How to check inverter/compressor".5 seconds OFF MUZ-FH25/35 5-time flash 2. • Refer to 11-5. 10-time flash 2. 5 6 8 Overcurrent protection cut-out operates 3 consecutive times within 1 minute after the compressor gets started. Compressor synchronous abnormality Outdoor fan motor Outdoor fan has stopped 3 times in a row within 30 seconds after outdoor fan start-up.5 seconds OFF stops and restarts 3 minutes later' is repeated. 2 7 Condition 4-time flash 2. • Reconnect connector of compressor. • Check connection between the inverter P. Check of outdoor thermistors. compressor frequency lowers. • Refer to 11-5.5 seconds OFF The waveform of compressor current is distorted.) Serial signal The communication fails between the indoor and outdoor unit for 3 minutes.5 seconds OFF 12 13 Outdoor unit is defective.5 seconds tem LED indication 6-time flash 2. board. • Refer to 11-5.C. Defrost thermistor exceeds 70°C in COOL mode. • It occurs with following case. Temperature of indoor coil thermistor exceeds 55°C in HEAT mode. • Check if refrigerant is short. board and the relay P. Indoor coil thermistor reads 8°C or less in COOL mode. 14 Outdoor unit operates. Outdoor thermistors Discharge temperature thermistor. • Check around outdoor unit. "How to check inverter/compressor". 3-time flash 2. protective operation without that thermistor is performed. • Reconnect connector of compressor. TROUBLESHOOTING CHECK TABLE No. board temperature thermistor. "Check of outdoor fan motor. Temperature of discharge temperature thermistor exceeds 111°C. 1 Symptom Outdoor unit does not operate.11-3. .5 seconds OFF Stop valve/ Closed valve Outdoor unit (Other abnormality) Closed valve is detected by compressor current. Temperature of fin temperature thermistor on the heat sink exceeds 75 ~ 86°C (FH25/35)/75 ~ 80°C (FH50) or temperature of P. • Check stop valve.Nonvolatile memory data cannot be read properly.

C. (Short time power failure) 2 Distortion of primary voltage • Refer to 11-5.5 seconds OFF 8-time flash 2. MUZ-FH50 Zero cross detecting circuit 21 9-time flash 2. NOTE: 1. Symptom 19 Outdoor unit operates. This is not malfunction.No. 1 Instantaneous power voltage drop. "Check of power supply".5-second OFF Flashing → LED OBH624A 31 . 0. inverter check mode starts. Refer to 11-5. LED is lighted during normal operation.5-second ON Flashing → LED ON OFF 2. 20 Zero cross signal cannot be detected. (Short time power failure) 2 When the power supply voltage is high. The location of LED is illustrated at the right figure. "Check of LEV".5-second ON 0. Inverter P.5 seconds OFF Remedy Inverter check mode The connector of compressor is disconnected. Refer to 11-6. 2. LED indication 7-time flash 2. • It occurs with following cases.5-second OFF MUZ-FH50VE 2. • Check refrigerant circuit and refrigerant amount. PAM protection will be activated in the following cases: 1 Instantaneous power voltage drop.1. • Refer to 11-5.5 seconds OFF Abnormal point/ Condition Low discharge temperature protection MUZ-FH25/35 PAM protection PAM: Pulse Amplitude Modulation Condition Temperature of discharge temperature thermistor has been 50°C or less for 20 minutes. "How to check inverter/compressor".5-second OFF. The overcurrent flows into PFC (Power factor correction : IC820) or the bus-bar voltage reaches 394 V or more. (Example) When the flashing frequency is “2”. board MUZ-FH25/35VE The flashing frequency shows the number of times the LED blinks after every 2. • Check if the connector of the compressor is correctly connected. PAM stops and restarts.

78 Measure the resistance using a tester. “Inverter P. for the chart of thermistor. Refer to 11-6. Measure the resistance between terminals using a tester.26 0. (Temperature: -10 ~ 40°C) Color of lead wire Outdoor fan motor RED – BLK BLK – WHT WHT – RED W V WHT U RED BLK Normal (Ω) MUZ-FH25/35VE MUZ-FH50VE 12 ~ 16 12 ~ 17 W V U Measure the resistance using a tester. board”. (Temperature: -10 ~ 40°C) Normal (kΩ) MUZ-FH25/35VE MUZ-FH50VE R. “Test point diagram and voltage”. coil (21S4) 1. for the chart of thermistor.19 ~ 1. (Temperature: -10 ~ 40°C) OBH624A Normal (Ω) WHT LEV 37 ~ 54 32 RED (+12V) BLU ORN YLW Expansion valve coil (LEV) Color of lead wire RED – ORN RED – WHT RED – BLU RED – YLW . TROUBLE CRITERION OF MAIN PARTS MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE MUZ-FH50VE Part name Defrost thermistor (RT61) Fin temperature thermistor (RT64) Ambient temperature thermistor (RT65) Check method and criterion Figure Measure the resistance with a tester. 1.C.66 ~ 2. board”. Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor (RT68) Discharge temperature thermistor (RT62) Measure the resistance with a tester.C.11-4. Refer to 11-6. (Temperature: -10 ~ 40°C) WHT RED BLK Normal (Ω) MUZ-FH25/35VE MUZ-FH50VE Compressor U-V U-W V-W 1.87 ~ 1.18 Measure the resistance between lead wires using a tester.00 1. Before measurement. hold the thermistor with your hands to warm it up. 1. “Inverter P. “Test point diagram and voltage”. V.41 ~ 2.

“Check of open phase”. activate the inverter and check if the inverter is normal by measuring the voltage balance between the terminals.11-5. TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW A How to check inverter/compressor Disconnect the connector between the compressor and the power module (IC700) (MUZ-FH25/35)/IGBT module (IC700) (MUZ-FH50).C. board flashes 9 times. OBH624A 33 “Check of compressor start failure”. OK. “Check of compressor”.) C Check of compressor Refer to 11-5. Output voltage is 50 . board. B Check of open phase ● With the connector between the compressor and the power module (IC700) (MUZ-FH25/35)/IGBT module (IC700) (MUZ-FH50) disconnected. Are the voltages balanced? Yes No Replace the inverter P.) << Operation method>> Start cooling or heating operation by pressing EMERGENCY OPERATION switch on the indoor unit. . Check the voltage between terminals. Does the compressor operate continuously? Yes No No Replace the compressor. (TEST RUN OPERATION: Refer to 8-3. During this check. “Check of compressor winding”. 3.) <<Measurement point>> At 3 points Measure AC voltage between the lead wires at 3 points. See 11-5. “Check of compressor operation time”. Refer to 11-5. 2. Measure the voltage by analog type tester. BLK (U)-WHT (V) BLK (U)-RED (W) WHT(V)-RED (W) NOTE: 1. See 11-5.1.130 V. LED of the inverter P. (The voltage may differ according to the tester. Is the compressor normal? Yes Refer to 11-5. (Refer to 11-6. Check the compressor.C. Output voltage varies according to power supply voltage.

board and balance of them (See 11-5. Then measure the time until the inverter stops due to over current. BLK-RED WHT-RED <<Judgement>> Refer to 11-4. Do not recover refrigerant gas while heating. does the compressor start? 1 No Replace the compressor. Check the stop valve. ) . 0 second Compressor starts 1 second Abnormal (IPM failure) (Compressor winding short) 2 seconds Abnormal (Compressor lock out) (Starting defect) 10 seconds Abnormal (Poor contact. board . Direct current voltage between DB61(+) and (-) (MUZ-FH25/35)/JP715(+) and JP30(-) (MUZ-FH50) on the inverter P.C. E Check of compressor operation time <<Judgement>> ● Connect the compressor and activate the inverter. No After the compressor is heated with a drier. Compressor start failure. (Refer to 10-2. Contact of the compressor connector . 0 [Ω] ················Abnormal [short] Infinite [Ω] ·······Abnormal [open] NOTE: Be sure to zero the ohmmeter before measurement. (TEST RUN OPERATION: Refer to 8-3.D Check of compressor winding ● Disconnect the connector between the compressor and the power module (IC700) (MUZ-FH25/35)/IGBT module (IC700) (MUZ-FH50). Voltage between outdoor terminal block S1-S2 Does the compressor run for 10 seconds or more after it starts? Yes Check the refrigerant circuit. •Electrical circuit check . <<Measurement point>> at 3 points BLK-WHT Measure the resistance between the lead wires at 3 points. Yes 1 Heat the compressor with a drier for about 20 minutes. board defect) (Disconnected connector) Abnormal (Refrigerant circuit defect) (Closed valve) 10 minutes Normal F Check of compressor start failure Confirm that ~ is normal. <<Operation method>> Start heating or cooling operation by pressing EMERGENCY OPERATION switch on the indoor unit.) (Outdoor P.) <<Measurement>> Measure the time from the start of compressor to the stop of compressor due to overcurrent. "PRE-HEAT CONTROL SETTING") Heating part OBH624A 34 . and measure the resistance between the compressor terminals.C.C. Activate pre-heat control. Output voltage of inverter P.

Pin No.C. Does the unit operate for 10 minutes or more without showing thermistor abnormality? Yes No Replace the inverter P. board .C. and measure the resistance of thermistor. When RT64 is abnormal. Reconnect the connector of thermistor.) Yes No Replace the thermistor except RT64. replace the inverter P. Defrost RT61 Between CN641 pin1 and pin2 Discharge temperature RT62 Between CN641 pin3 and pin4 Fin temperature RT64 Between CN642 pin1 and pin2 Ambient temperature RT65 Between CN643 pin1 and pin2 Outdoor heat exchanger temperature RT68 Between CN644 pin1 and pin3 Board Inverter P. Defrost RT61 Between CN671 pin1 and pin2 Discharge temperature RT62 Between CN671 pin3 and pin4 Fin temperature RT64 Between CN673 pin1 and pin2 Ambient temperature RT65 Between CN672 pin1 and pin2 Outdoor heat exchanger temperature RT68 Between CN671 pin5 and pin6 OBH624A 35 Board Inverter P. Pin No. board MUZ-FH50 Thermistor Symbol Connector. board. board. OK.C.) MUZ-FH25/35 Thermistor Symbol Connector. Is the resistance of thermistor normal? (Refer to 11-6. Turn ON the power supply and press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch.C. (Cause is poor contact.1.C.G Check of outdoor thermistors Disconnect the connector of thermistor in the outdoor P. board (see below table).

Turn ON the power supply and press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch twice (HEAT mode). coil is open. Is there 230 VAC between CN602 and on the inverter P. Refer to 11-4. Unit operates COOL mode even if it is set to HEAT mode. coil. coil to check if the coil is defective. . coil to check if the coil is defective. Disconnect connector between the compressor and the power module (IC700). coil is open. board 3 minutes after the power supply is turned ON? Replace the inverter Yes P.H Check of R. Check if CN721 is connected. voltage is generated between the terminal pins of the connector although no signal is being transmitted to R. Unit operates HEAT mode even if it is set to COOL mode.V.C.C. Refer to 11-4. measure the resistance of R.V. Yes Replace the 4-way valve. board 3 minutes after the power supply is turned ON? No Replace the inverter P. board. Yes Replace the 4-way valve. No Replace the 4-way valve.V. Check if CN602 is connected. Turn ON the power supply and press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch once (COOL mode). Disconnect connector between the compressor and the IGBT module (IC700).C. Turn ON the power supply and press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch twice (HEAT mode). measure the resistance of R.C. In case CN721 is disconnected or R. OBH624A 36 Replace the inverter Yes P. Unit operates HEAT mode even if it is set to COOL mode.V. Is there 230 VAC between CN721 and on the inverter P. Disconnect connector between the compressor and the power module (IC700). MUZ-FH50 First of all. board 3 minutes after the power supply is turned ON? No Replace the inverter P. coil. Disconnect connector between the compressor and the IGBT module (IC700).V. board.C. Unit operates COOL mode even if it is set to HEAT mode.C. Is there 230 VAC between CN721 and on the inverter P.V. board.V.C. board 3 minutes after the power supply is turned ON? No Replace the 4-way valve. board. coil MUZ-FH25/35 First of all.C. Is there 230 VAC between CN602 and on the inverter P. In case CN602 is disconnected or R. voltage is generated between the terminal pins of the connector although no signal is being transmitted to R. Turn ON the power supply and press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch once (COOL mode).

Rotate the outdoor fan motor manually and measure the voltage of CN931. Check the connection between the connector CN931 and CN932. Is the resistance between each terminal of outdoor fan motor normal? (Refer to 11-4.C. Between 1(+) and 5(-) Between 2(+) and 5(-) Between 3(+) and 5(-) (Fixed to either 5 or 0 VDC) No No Does the voltage between each terminal become 5 and 0 VDC repeatedly? Yes Does the outdoor fan motor rotate smoothly? Yes Replace the inverter P. board. board. OBH624A 37 .C.I Check of outdoor fan motor Disconnect the connectors CN931 and CN932 from the inverter P. board.) No Yes Disconnect CN932 from the inverter P. Replace the outdoor fan motor.C. and turn on the power supply.

J Check of power supply Disconnect the connector between the compressor and the power module (IC700) (MUZ-FH25/35)/IGBT module (IC700) (MUZ-FH50).C.) Yes If light up. Yes Is there bus-bar voltage 260 .1. Yes Does LED on the inverter P.) No Check the electric parts in main circuit.C. board.C. board (Solder side) MUZ-FH25/35 JP30 JP715 325 -370 VDC MUZ-FH50 OBH624A 38 .1.370 VDC DB61 Inverter P. Turn ON power supply and press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch. 260 . OK. board. No Replace the inverter P. No Yes Is there voltage 230 VAC between the indoor terminal block S1 and S2? No Replace the indoor electronic control P. If flash. board? (Refer to 11-6.C.370 VDC between DB61 (+) and DB61 (–) (MUZ-FH25/35)/325 . board light up or flash? (Refer to 11-6. Does POWER lamp on the indoor unit light up? Rectify indoor/outdoor connecting wire. refer to 11-3.370 VDC between JP715 (+) and JP30 (–) (MUZ-FH50) on the inverter P.C.

Regardless of normal or abnormal condition. Hold down the other two buttons for another 3 seconds. press RESET button. Measure each voltage between connector pins of CN724 on the inverter P. OBH624A 39 No Replace the inverter P. board. Pin (-) — Pin (+) Is there about 3 . Yes OK Properly fix the LEV coil to the expansion valve. 1. Then release the buttons. Pin (-) — Pin (+) 4. Pin (-) — Pin (+) 3. Pin (-) — Pin (+) 2. Yes Replace the expansion valve.C. Make sure that the indicators on the LCD screen shown in the right figure are all displayed. 1. 2. do the undermentioned operations. Press RESET button on the remote controller. Turn OFF the power supply and turn it ON again. Do you hear the expansion valve "click. . Press OPERATE/STOP (ON/OFF) button of the remote controller (the set temperature is displayed) with the remote controller headed towards the indoor unit. release RESET button.5 VAC between each? NOTE: Measure the voltage by an analog tester. 1. NOTE: After check of LEV. 1 Expansion valve operates in full-opening direction.) No Replace the LEV coil. click·······"? Do you feel the expansion valve vibrate on touching it ? No Is LEV coil properly fixed to the expansion valve? No Yes Does the resistance of LEV coil have the characteristics? Yes (Refer to 11-4. <Preparation of the remote controller> While pressing both OPERATION SELECT button and TEMP button on the remote controller at the same time.C. a short beep is emitted once the signal is received.K Check of LEV (Expansion valve) Turn ON the power supply. board. First.

. board. Does the LED flash 10 times? Yes (10-time flash) No Check the corresponding parts following LED indication. CN932) of the outdoor fan motor. board? Yes No Check the connection of the connectors (CN931.C.C. OBH624A 40 .L Check of inverter P.) Is the fuse (F901) blown on the inverter P. (Refer to 11-3.) Replace the inverter P. make it correct.C. If the connection is poor. board. (Refer to 11-5. board Check the outdoor fan motor. Check the LED indication on the inverter P. Operate the outdoor unit by starting EMERGENCY OPERATION.C.

1 Yes Does DC (6V or more) occur between indoor terminal block S2 and S3? Yes No Replace the outdoor inverter P.C. • Press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch.C. The indoor unit will be compatible with a low-standby-power model after initialization. board? No Yes Replace the indoor power P. No Is there rated voltage between outdoor terminal block S1 and S2? Yes Wait for 2 or more minutes after the power supply is turned on. board.C. • Attach a filter on remote control receiving section of the indoor unit. No Check for incorrect indoor-outdoor connecting wiring. Perform the procedure after 3 minutes.C. OK A B Turn the power supply ON. Is there rated voltage in the power supply? Yes Check the power supply.C. Refer to “Deleting the memorized abnormal condition” described in 11-2.1 to clear the error history. Touch S2 and S3 with tester probes and start the emergency operation. A Does the indoor POWER lamp blink continuously 6 minutes after the emergency operation starts? No • Turn OFF inverter-controlled lighting equipment. 1 During the emergency operation. Was the indoor unit ever connected to the Multi (MXZ) series and operated (turned on)? Yes No The connection information to the Multi series is stored in the indoor unit. board. Replace the indoor power P. 1 B Replace the indoor electronic control P. board. board. . Touch CN202 and JPG with tester probes and start the emergency operation. Start the emergency operation. Replace the outdoor inverter P. does the rated voltage occur for 2 seconds between indoor terminal block S2 and S3? No Yes Does the indoor POWER lamp blink continuously 6 minutes after the emergency operation starts? Turn the power supply OFF. Electric charge may remain immediately after the power supply is turned OFF. board. board. Yes Does DC (20V or more) occur between indoor terminal block S2 and S3 ? Yes No Is serial signal error indicated 6 minutes later? Yes Replace the outdoor inverter P. broken wires. Replace the indoor electronic control P. Turn the power supply OFF. the connection information also will be initialized.C. When the emergency operation starts. and loose wire connection between the power supply and outdoor terminal block S1 and between the power supply and outdoor terminal block S2. Turn the power supply ON.M How to check miswiring and serial signal error MUZ-FH25/35 Turn the power supply OFF. Yes Yes Does the outdoor LED blink 6 times? Confirm that the thermostat is OFF and wiring is not loose. Repair completed. 1. OBH624A 41 No • Reinstall either the unit or the light away from each other. board.C. No Does the outdoor LED light up? No Turn the power supply ON. Check for miswiring. • Turn OFF the power supply and then turn ON again. When the error history is being cleared. does DC (2V or more) occur for 2 seconds between CN202 and JPG on the indoor electronic control P.C. No Wait for 2 or more minutes after the power supply is turned ON.

1 to clear the error history. • Turn OFF the power supply and then turn ON again. board and the relay P. Yes A Was the indoor unit ever connected to the Multi (MXZ) series and operated (turned on)? • Turn OFF inverter-controlled lighting equipment. When the emergency operation starts. board. the connection information also will be initialized. Refer to “Deleting the memorized abnormal condition” described in 11-2.C. .C. Is there rated voltage between outdoor terminal block S1 and S2? Yes Wait for 2 or more minutes after the power supply is turned on. Start the emergency operation. Electric charge may remain immediately after the power supply is turned OFF.C. board and the relay P. board. No The connection information to the Multi series is stored in the indoor unit.C. 1 Yes Does DC (more than 0 V) occur between indoor terminal block S2 and S3? Yes No Replace the inverter P.C. board? No Replace the relay P.C. Perform the procedure after 3 minutes. No Yes Yes No • Reinstall either the unit or the light away from each other. Turn the power supply ON. board. 1 1. Is there rated voltage in the power supply? No Yes Check for incorrect indoor-outdoor connecting wiring. Touch S2 and S3 with tester probes and start the emergency operation. When the error history is being cleared.C.C. Turn the power supply OFF. Yes Replace the inverter P. OK Is serial signal error indicated 6 minutes later? Yes A B B Turn the power supply ON. Check the power supply. Replace the inverter P. • Press EMERGENCY OPERATION switch. board and the relay P. 1 OBH624A 42 No Check for miswiring. and loose wire connection between the power supply and outdoor terminal block S1 and between the power supply and outdoor terminal block S2. The indoor unit will be compatible with a low-standby-power model after initialization. does the rated voltage occur for 2 seconds between indoor terminal block S2 and S3? Yes Does the indoor POWER lamp blink continuously 6 minutes after the emergency operation starts? No Does DC (10 V or more) occur between L68A and L68B on the relay P. NOTE: Refer to the indoor unit service manual. board. Does the indoor POWER lamp blink continuously 6 minutes after the emergency operation starts? No Repair has been completed. 1 Replace the indoor electronic control P. • Attach a filter on remote control receiving section of the indoor unit.C. 1 Does the outdoor LED blink 6 times? No Replace the inverter P.C. board.MUZ-FH50 Turn the power supply OFF.C. board. board. broken wires. Replace the indoor electronic control P.

receiver 5. Operation condition of air conditioner when the electromagnetic noise enters in 1) Turn OFF the power supply once. broadcast station affected by the electromagnetic noise 3. 2) Within 3 minutes after turning ON the power supply. antennas. Check the following before asking for service. 1. 3) After a short time (3 minutes later after turning ON). radios (FM/AM broadcast. Layout of: indoor/outdoor unit of the air conditioner. No Yes Extend the distance between the antennas and the indoor unit. wiring from antennas. the outdoor unit starts running. and check for the electromagnetic noise. check for the electromagnetic noise. frequency. Are the antennas damaged? Is the coaxial cable damaged? Is there any poor contact in the antenna wiring? No Yes Replace or repair the antenna. or is the distance between the antennas and the outdoor unit within 3 m? No Earth the unit. frequency. the electromagnetic noise may enter. earth wire. OBH624A 43 .N Electromagnetic noise enters into TV sets or radios Is the unit earthed? Yes Is the distance between the antennas and the indoor unit within 3 m. Electric field intensity of the broadcast station affected by the electromagnetic noise 6. Channel. Is the distance between the TV sets or radios and the indoor unit within 1 m. During operation. Yes Extend the distance between the indoor/outdoor connecting wire of the air conditioner and the wiring of the antennas. check for the electromagnetic noise. press OPERATE/STOP (ON/OFF) button on the remote controller for power ON. In this situation. Replace or repair the coaxial cable. check for the electromagnetic noise. or is the distance between the TV sets or radios and the outdoor unit within 3 m? No Yes Extend the distance between the TV sets and/or radios and the indoor unit. Is the indoor/outdoor connecting wire of the air conditioner and the wiring of the antennas close? No Even if all of the above conditions are fulfilled. Presence or absence of amplifier such as booster 7. 4) Press OPERATE/STOP (ON/OFF) button on the remote controller for power OFF. and/or the antennas and the outdoor unit. Channel. In this situation. and then turn ON the power supply. when the outdoor unit stops but the indoor/outdoor communication still runs on. depending on the electric field strength or the installation condition (combination of specific conditions such as antennas or wiring). shortwave) 2. Devices affected by the electromagnetic noise TV sets. or the TV sets or radios and the outdoor unit. broadcast station unaffected by the electromagnetic noise 4. indoor/outdoor wiring.

LDW) 100 Jumper wire for changing defrost setting (JS) LEV connector (CN724) Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor /RT68 (CN644) Discharge temperature thermistor/RT62 (CN641) Defrost thermistor /RT61(CN641) Ambient temperature thermistor/RT65 (CN643) Signal of outdoor fan motor (CN931) Front side of unit Fin temperature thermistor/RT64 (CN642) LED Defrost thermistor(RT61) Ambient temperature thermistor(RT65) Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor(RT68) 200 80 160 Discharge temperature thermistor(RT62) 700 60 600 50 40 30 20 10 -10 0 10 20 30 Temperature( ) OBH624A 40 140 Resistance(k ) 70 Resistance(k ) Resistance(k ) Fin temperature thermistor(RT64) 180 90 0 -20 Jumper wire for pre-heat control setting (JK) 500 400 300 120 100 80 60 200 40 100 20 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Temperature( ) 44 90 100 110 120 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Temperature( ) .370 VDC (-) (+) Back side of unit Smoothing capacitor (C61) R.coil (CN721) 230 VAC Fuse (F701) T3.11-6. TEST POINT DIAGRAM AND VOLTAGE 1.15AL250V Output to drive outdoor fan motor (CN932) 230 VAC Output to drive compressor (LDU.C. LDV.15AL250V Fuse (F801) T3. Inverter P.V.15AL250V 230 VAC Fuse (F901) T3. board MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE Smoothing capacitor (C62) DB61 260 .

15AL250V Fuse (F880) T3.C.15AL250V Jumper wire for pre-heat control setting (JK) JP715 (+) 325 . coil (CN602) 230VAC Heater (CN601) 230VAC Signal of outdoor fan motor (CN931) LEV connector (CN724) Output to drive outdoor fan motor (CN932) LED Defrost thermistor /RT61 (CN671) Discharge temperature thermistor/RT62 (CN671) Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor /RT68 (CN671) Ambient temperature thermistor/RT65 (CN672) Fin temperature thermistor/RT64 (CN673) Jumper wire for changing defrost setting (JS) Fuse (F901) T3. board CN680 (CN681) Defrost thermistor(RT61) Ambient temperature thermistor(RT65) Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor(RT68) 200 180 90 60 600 50 40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 Temperature( ) OBH624A 40 140 500 400 300 120 100 80 60 200 40 100 20 0 -10 160 Discharge temperature thermistor(RT62) Resistance(k ) 70 700 Resistance(k ) Resistance(k ) 80 0 -20 Fin temperature thermistor(RT64) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Temperature( ) 45 90 100 110 120 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Temperature( ) .V.MUZ-FH50VE Fuse (F601) T3.15AL250V R.370 VDC JP30 (-) 100 To relay P.

C. board MUZ-FH50VE CN60 To inverter P. Relay P.C. board CN681 (CN680) L68B(-) 10 VDC L68A(+) OBH624A 46 .2.

(6) Remove the screws fixing the cabinet. (7) Remove the cabinet. and pull out the terminal slowly. (2) Pull down the service panel and remove it.12 DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS <"Terminal with locking mechanism" Detaching points> The terminal which has the locking mechanism can be detached as shown below. Slide the sleeve. There are two types (refer to (1) and (2)) of the terminal with locking mechanism. (9) Remove the back panel. (4) Remove the screws fixing the top panel. (5) Remove the top panel. The terminal without locking mechanism can be detached by pulling it out. OPERATING PROCEDURE PHOTOS 1. Hold the sleeve. (1) Slide the sleeve and check if there is a locking lever or not. Connector 12-1. (8) Remove the screws fixing the back panel. Removing the cabinet Photo 1 (1) Remove the screw fixing the service panel. Sleeve Locking lever (2) The terminal with this connector has the locking mechanism. MUZ-FH25VE MUZ-FH35VE NOTE: Turn OFF power supply before disassembly. (3) Disconnect the power supply and indoor/outdoor connecting wire. Screws of the top panel Screws of the top panel Back panel Screw of the back panel Screws of the cabinet Photo 2 Screw of the cabinet Service panel Screws of the terminal block support and the back panel Screw of the service panel Direction to remove Screws of the cabinet OBH624A 47 Hooks . Check the shape of the terminal before detaching. Pull the terminal while pushing the locking lever.

(6) Remove the inverter assembly. (Refer to 1.V. board support. (5) Remove the fixing screws of the terminal block support and the back panel. coil Discharge temperature thermistor OBH624A 48 . board> CN641 (Defrost thermistor and discharge temperature thermistor) CN643 (Ambient temperature thermistor) CN644 (Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor) (3) Pull out the discharge temperature thermistor from its holder. board earth wire Photo 5 Screw of the R. board from the P.V.C.C.) (2) Disconnect the following connectors: <Inverter P.C. (8) Remove the heat sink support from the P. (Photo 6) (5) Pull out the outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor from its holder. coil. (Refer to 1.C.C. board> CN721 (R. (4) Pull out the defrost thermistor from its holder. defrost thermistor. (Refer to 1. Removing the discharge temperature thermistor. (9) Remove the screw of the inverter P. board and remove the inverter P.V. (7) Remove the screw of the earth wire and screw of the terminal block support. Photo 3 Screws of the heat sink support and the separator Ambient temperature thermistor Screws of the terminal block support and the back panel Photo 4 (Inverter assembly) Heat sink Heat sink support 3.C. CN932 (Fan motor) CN641 (Defrost thermistor and discharge temperature thermistor) CN643 (Ambient temperature thermistor) CN644 (Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor) CN724 (LEV) (3) Remove the compressor connector (CN61). board> CN721 (R. Removing the inverter assembly. inverter P.C. outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor and ambient temperature thermistor (1) Remove the cabinet and panels. P. (Photo 6) (6) Pull out the ambient temperature thermistor from its holder. coil) (3) Remove the R. board support 4. (4) Remove the screws fixing the heat sink support and the separator.) (2) Disconnect the lead wire to the reactor and the following connectors: <Inverter P.OPERATING PROCEDURE PHOTOS 2.V. coil) CN931.C. coil (1) Remove the cabinet and panels. board (1) Remove the cabinet and panels. Removing R.V. Screw of the Terminal block support Terminal block support Screw of the Screw of the inverter P. board support.) (2) Disconnect the lead wire to the reactor and the following connectors: <Inverter P.C.C.

board> CN931.) (2) Remove the inverter assembly. (4) Remove the propeller. Photo 8 Photo 7 Suction pipe Discharge pipe brazed part brazed part Screws of the outdoor fan motor Propeller Brazed parts of 4-way valve OBH624A Defrost thermistor 49 Propeller nut . (4) Detach the brazed part of the suction and the discharge pipe connected with compressor.) (3) Recover gas from the refrigerant circuit. Removing the compressor and 4-way valve (1) Remove the cabinet and panels. (5) Remove the screws fixing the fan motor. Removing outdoor fan motor Photo 6 (1) Remove the cabinet and panels. NOTE: Recover gas from the pipes until the pressure gauge shows 0 kg/cm2 (0 MPa). (6) Remove the compressor. (7) Detach the brazed part of pipes connected with 4-way valve. Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor 6.) (2) Disconnect the following connectors: <Inverter P.OPERATING PROCEDURE PHOTOS 5. (5) Remove the nuts of compressor legs. (6) Remove the fan motor. (Refer to 1. CN932 (Fan motor) (3) Remove the propeller nut. (Refer to 1. (Refer to 2.C.

OPERATING PROCEDURE PHOTOS Photo 1 1. (10) Remove the screws of the back panel. Removing the cabinet (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Remove the screws of the service panel. Remove the valve cover. MUZ-FH50VE NOTE: Turn OFF power supply before disassembly. Remove the top panel. Remove the screw of the valve cover. (11) Remove the back panel. Remove the screws of the top panel.12-2. Screws of the top panel Photo 2 Screw of the back panel Screws of the top panel Screws of the cabinet Screws of the cabinet Screws of the cabinet Screw of the Screws of the valve cover service panel OBH624A Screws of the back panel 50 Screws of the cabinet . Disconnect the power supply and indoor/outdoor connecting wire. Remove the service panel. (9) Remove the cabinet. (8) Remove the screws of the cabinet.

support. (7) Remove the screws of the P. Screw of the (11) Remove the relay P. relay panel Earth wires Screws of the relay panel Screw of Screws of Relay the P.V.C. the P.C. coil) (3) Remove the R. board> CN602 (R.B. Screws of (8) Remove the inverter P.C. (Refer to 1. inverter P. discharge temperature thermistor and outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor) CN672 (Ambient temperature thermistor) CN724 (LEV) (3) Remove the compressor connector.C. P. board from the P. coil 3.B. board) TB71 (10) Remove the screws fixing the P.C.C board the P.C. board> CN60 (Terminal block) CN680 (Inverter P.C.C. coil) CN931.V.B. board) TAB65 (Inverter P. Removing the inverter assembly. (Refer to 1. (9) Disconnect the following connectors: support <Relay P. board Photo 3 (1) Remove the cabinet and panels.B. holder support Photo 4 Screw of the R. board from the relay panel. Brazed parts of 4-way valve OBH624A 51 .) (2) Disconnect the following connector: <Inverter P. coil.B. holder.V.V.C.C.C. (5) Remove the relay panel. CN932 (Fan motor) CN671 (Defrost thermistor. holder. board> CN602 (R. board and relay P.OPERATING PROCEDURE PHOTOS 2.B. (6) Remove the earth wires and the lead wires of the inverter P. Removing R. (4) Remove the screws fixing the relay panel. nectors: board <Inverter P. board. coil (1) Remove the cabinet and panels.V.) (2) Disconnect the lead wire to the reactor and the following conInverter P.

board> CN931 and CN932 (Fan motor) Defrost thermistor Photo 6 (3) Remove the propeller. (4) Remove the screws fixing the fan motor. (Refer to 1. (6) Pull out the ambient temperature thermistor from its holder. NOTE: Recover gas from the pipes until the pressure gauge shows 0 kg/cm2 (0 MPa). Removing the discharge temperature thermistor.) (2) Remove the back panel. (5) Pull out the outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor from its holder. board> CN671 (Defrost thermistor. (Refer to 1. Removing the compressor and 4-way valve Photo 7 (1) Remove the top panel. cabinet and service panel.OPERATING PROCEDURE PHOTOS 4.) (2) Disconnect the following connectors: <Inverter P. cabinet and service panel.) (2) Disconnect the lead wire to the reactor and the following connectors: <Inverter P. (Refer to 2. (8) Detach the brazed parts of 4-way valve and pipe. (5) Detach the brazed part of the suction and the discharge pipe connected with compressor.) (3) Remove the inverter assembly. 6. (Photo 7) (4) Pull out the defrost thermistor from its holder. outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor and ambient temperature thermistor (1) Remove the cabinet and panels. (Refer to 1.) (4) Recover gas from the refrigerant circuit. (Photo 4) Brazed part of the suction pipe OBH624A 52 Screws of the outdoor fan motor Brazed part of the discharge pipe Discharge temperature thermistor . discharge temperature thermistor and outdoor heart exchanger temperature thermistor) CN672 (Ambient temperature thermistor) (3) Pull out the discharge temperature thermistor from its holder. defrost thermistor.C. (7) Remove the compressor. (5) Remove the fan motor. Photo 5 Outdoor heat exchanger temperature thermistor Ambient temperature thermistor 5. Removing outdoor fan motor (1) Remove the top panel.C. (Refer to 1. (6) Remove the compressor nuts.

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2013. 2012.HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BLDG. JAPAN © Copyright 2012 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION Distributed in Mar. CHIYODA-KU. 2013 Specifications are subject to change without notice. 2-7-3.. No. effective Mar. MARUNOUCHI. . No. OBH624 Made in Japan New publication. TOKYO 100-8310. OBH624 REVISED EDITION-A Distributed in Oct.