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Single Packaged Air Conditioner

SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL: LK-2580CH

Contents
Model Number Nomenclature ................................................................................................. 2 General Data ............................................................................................................................. 3 Dimensions............................................................................................................................... 4 Refrigerant Circuit diagram......................................................................................................6 Wiring Diagram......................................................................................................................... 7 Trouble Shooting Guide........................................................................................................... 8 Electric Parts Trouble Shooting Guide................................................................................. 12 Feature of Controller............................................................................................................. 19 Exploded View and Replacement Parts List........................................................................ 24 Specification of Components ............................................................................................... 26

Model Number Nomenclature


LK-2580CH
H: Horizontal Flow C: Cooling Only

Development Sequence

8 : 380-415V / 50Hz / 3

Nominal cooling capacity 25 : 25 ton

LG Single Package Air Conditioner

General Data
Nominal ton Models Electrical Data ARI Net Cooling Capacity (Ton) (BTU/hr) (W) (Kcal/h ) (V,PH) (Amps) (Watt) CFM (BTU/hr.W) bell 25 LK-2580CH 260,000 76,198 65,524 380-415V,3 70 27,000 9,500 9.6 9.2 (Accessory)

Performance

Features

Compressor Outdoor Coil

Voltage M.C.A(with standard motor) Cooling Power Input Cooling Air Circulation Nominal CFM EER Cooling Sound Rating Cooling Wired Remote Controller Time Delay Safety Function Cooling Operation Mode Heating Operation Mode(with E/Heater) Soft Dry Operation Timer Setting (24-Hour on/off) Auto rastart mode Humidifier function Test function Defrost Hot Start Self-Diagnosis Function Filter type Type Quantity Type Tube size(O.D) Row/FPI Lengh Face area

washable & Anti-fungus Reciprocating 3 High efficiency 0.375 9.52 2R/16FPI 78.7 2,000 32.81 3.05 High efficiency 0.375 9.52 2R/16FPI 55.9 1,420 23.29 2.16 Propeller 2EA/28 Direct 12,500 2/1.3 950 centrifugal blower fan 1EA 18/18 Belt/1 1EA 7.5Hp/N.A 2890/N.A 1 109.2*65.4*74.0 2774*1660*1880 870 1,918

(inch) (mm) (inch) (mm) (sq.ft) (m2) (inch) (mm) (inch) (mm) (sq.ft) (m2)

Indoor Coil

Type Tube size(O.D) Row/FPI Lengh Face area

Outdoor Fan

Type No. Used/Diameter(in.) Drive Type CFM No. Motor/Motor output(Hp) Motor RPM Indoor Fan Type No. Used Diameter/Width(in.) Drive Type/Motor Step No.motors Motor output(standard/oversized) Motor rpm(Standard/oversized) Drain Connection Size(in.) Dimensions Indoor unit (WxHxD) Weight net

(inch) (mm) (kg) (lbs)

1) Test Condition of ARI Rated Cooling Capacity : Ambient:95F , Air entering temperature : 80F DB and 67F WB 2) ARI standard 210/240 or 360 for EER 270 for Sound 3) Filters are standard supply.

Dimensions
LK-2580CH
UNITS A B C D E F Unit: inch(mm) LK-2580CH 65.35(1660) 74.02(1880) 109.21(2774) 69.69(1770) 7.68(195) 11.89(302)
Center Line of Hole
D C F E A

CLEARANCE 34"

CLEARANCE 16"(HORIZONTAL)

CLEARANCE 34"

2" Dia. Hole Power Wires 1.5" Dia. Hole Other Purpose(3EA)

CLEARANCE 46"

Unit: inch(mm) UNITS H I J K L M LK-2580CH 25.57(649.5) 15.28(388) 27.34(694.5) 2.40(61) 6.10(155) 57.09(1450)

S U P P L Y
H I

R E T U R N
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Accessories

FRESH AIR HOOD (MANUAL)

Weights
Maximum Unit and Corner Weights (Lbs) and Center of Gravity Dimensions (In.) Tons 25 Unit Model No. LK-2580CH Maximum Weights (lbs) Shipping 2,281
2

Corner Weights (lbs) A 697 B 460 C 328 D 433

Center of Gravity (In.) E 42 F 30

Net 1,918

Note: 1.Corner weights are given for information only. 2. Weights are approximate.

E A B

D CENTER OF GRAVITY

Rdfrigerant Circuit Diagram


Low Pressure Switch High Pressure Switch (Optional) Service Valve Suction Line Comp A Service Valve

Comp B Capilliary Comp C

Outdoor Coil Circuit A Circuit B Circuit C : Refrigerant Flow

Indoor Coil

WIRING DIAGRAM
3 4WIRE 380/415V 50Hz POWER SUPPLY USING ELECTRIC HEATER(OPTION)

EH N T S R 3 4WIRE 380/415V 50Hz POWER SUPPLY

TERMINAL BLOCK

HUMIDIFIER

TERMINAL BLOCK
FIRE ALARM

EH

Wiring Diagram

CANNOT BE USED WHEN USING THERMOSTAT

REMOVE JUMP WIRE WHEN CONNECTING FIRE ALARM SYSTEM


BK

TERMINAL BLOCK1
WH WH YL BK WH FUSE WH

BK

ELECTRO-MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT (5A 250V)


BK WH BK WH RD BK WH RD

AC 24V

1 2
(5A 250V) BK FUSE BK

N T S R TERMINAL BLOCK

3 4WIRE 380/ 415V 50Hz POWER SUPPLY


BR BK

FILLER TERMINAL 1

FAN
YL

6 2

0 8 4 1

COMP1 (B) HEATER Ry TRANS Ry BK POWER BK

2 FUSE
HUMID

3 4
CAPACITOR

COMP2

(A)

YL BR OR BK

HEATER1

WH YL BR OR BK BK BK MOTOR OUT(B)
T.P

Ry

HEATER2

5
COMP(B) COMP(A)

Ry

Ry

MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT
OUT(B) OUT(A)

BK

Ry

MAGNETIC CONTACT(A)

MAGNETIC CONTACT(B)

MAGNETIC CONTACT(C)

IN

Ry

AC 24V
0
BR

COMP

1 2 6 4 8

BK WH

FAN

Ry

POWER RELAY1

CN-THERMOSTAT

BK WH RD

MAIN PCB ASM


THERMISTOR OUT AIR

THERMISTOR RETUTN AIR (OPTION)

BK WH RD

CAPACITOR YL BR OR BK BK MOTOR IN
T.P

YL BL RD WH BK THERMISTOR IN(A) CN CN THERMISTOR IN(B)

YL BR OR BK

BK COMP(A) BK BK COMP(B) COMP(C) MOTOR OUT(A)


T.P

CUT AND REMOVE ANTICIPATOR (RESISTOR) CONNECTING WHTH CONTACT IN PARALLEL

BK BK

REMOVE JUMP WIRE WHEN CONNECTING THERMOSTAT BK WH LOW PRESSURE SWITCH(A-Cycle) LOW PRESSURE SWITCH(C-Cycle) BK BK WH

CRANKCASE HEATER(A)

CRANKCASE HEATER(B)

CRANKCASE HEATER(C)

BR RD YL

BR RD YL

LOW PRESSURE SWITCH(B-Cycle)

NOTE

FIELD WIRING

REMOTE CONTROLLER

FILLER TERMINAL 4

3854A20052B

BK: BLACK RD: RED BR: BROWN WH: WHITE FACTORY WIRING OR: ORANGE YL: YELLOW BL: BLUE

BK

FILLER TERMINAL 3

T1 T2 T3 BK

BK

T1 T2 T3

BK BK

T1 T2 T3

BL

BL

BK

COMP1 Y COMP2 Y1 HEATER1 W2 HEATER2 W1

BK WH RD

BK WH RD

BK WH RD

POWER RELAY2

7
250V/3.15A
AC13V AC24V

BK

FAN

G 1 2

RD WH BK OR BR

BK

6 2
WH

FILLER TERMINAL 2

8 4

BK BK BR

TERMINAL BLOCK2

0 1

POWER RELAY2

TRANS

Troubleshooting Guide
PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER VOLTAGE LIMITS
NAME PLATE RATING 380 - 415V MINIMUM 342V MAXIMUM 456V

1. No cooling and heating operation performed


1) Both the blower and the compressor do not work
WHAT TROUBLED Other parts except the unit COMPLAINTS Electric supply interrupted Defective power wiring Cut off power fuse HOW TO CHECK Measure power sypply with a tester in case that the same power source is supplied to other equipment except the unit, what and where troubled can be discovered by checking the operation of other equipment. Measure it with a tester. REMEDY Repair a switch box and relative instrument. Replacement of fuse Request a power supplier to repair.

Too low voltage

Check the power source. Use a thick cable if necessary. Replace it if necessary.

Magnetic switch for compressor & fan motor

Control point is on condition of "OFF" due to trouble. Troubled or defective contactor

Make short-circuit, then measure it with tester.

Operating switch

Check it with the eyes or tester.

Repair or replace it.

2) Only Indoor blowers do not work


WHAT TROUBLED Motor COMPLAINTS Over heated Wiring short Cut- OFF of wiring Short circuited on operation HOW TO CHECK Check it with tester REMEDY Repair or replace it.

Electric wiring

Check it with a tester.

Rewiring or Repair.

3) Only outdoor fan does not work


WHAT TROUBLED Motor Electric Wiring COMPLAINTS Over-heated Wire short Cut off of wiring Short circuited on operation Capacitor Defected Check it with tester. Replace it. HOW TO CHECK Check how it is insulated. Check it with a tester. REMEDY Repair or replace it. Rewiring or repair.

4) Only compressor does not work


WHAT TROUBLED Magnetic switch for compressor motor Compressor motor COMPLAINTS Defective contact, magnetic coil troubled. Troubled over-heated (layer short) Troubled or defective contact or operating Defective connection or disconnection of the circuit for compressor. HOW TO CHECK Check it with the eyes on with a tester. Check how it is insulated. REMEDY Repair or replace it.

Replace or repair the compressor. Replace it if necessary. Rewiring or push reset button.

High pressure switch (Option part) Electric circuit

Check it with a tester.

Check it with a tester.

2. The Units discontinue after the operation started


WHAT TROUBLED Outdoor coil COMPLAINTS Coil is dirty *1 HOW TO CHECK Checking REMEDY Wash it by means of something like chemical washing. Extract air by vacuum pump, then replenish (charge) the refrigerant.

In-condensable gas blended.

Air intruded into the refrigerant pipe line *1

In the event that difference between the saturating temperature corresponding to high pressure and the temperature of air discharged from the outdoor coil is more than 15C, incondensable gas may be blended. Check it with a pressure gauge.

High pressure switch (Option part)

Improper adjustment

Read just it to normal operating pressure. (Note) Don't alternate the specified adjusting pressure. If the adjusted pressure exceed the specified range, it will cause a great accident. Replenish the refrigerant. Repair the spot where it is leaked. If reversed, connect interchanged wires to each terminal. Power wirings.

Refrigerant

A shortage of refrigerant amount. * 2

Check pressure

Outdoor Fan

Reverse rotation of fan Obstacle Air short circuit *1

Confirm the wind blowing out upward. Check it with eyes.

Note: Use an appropriate measuring instrument for readjustment. *1: High-pressure switch moves. *2: Low- pressure switch moves.

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3. The unit is working, but not cooling and heating sufficiently (Both blower and compressor are working)
WHAT TROUBLED Load COMPLAINTS Much Cooling or Heating load HOW TO CHECK Heat load increased. Window or door has many cracks or gaps. Checking REMEDY Do necessary disposal respectively.

Air flow

Obstacle disturbs Intake of uniform airflow. Reverse rotation of blower. Shortage in the charged refrigerant. Improper or foreign bodies

Correct it.

Short air volume

Checking

Correct it.

Refrigerant

Coil inlet pipe is frosted

Recharge it. (Repair the leakage spot). Correct or clear the foreign bodies. Cleaning

Air passage

Checking Checking

Air filter

Clogged with dust

4. All the functions are performed as specified, but very noisy and vibrant
WHAT TROUBLED Compressor COMPLAINTS Liquid refrigerant flooding back from the evaporator. HOW TO CHECK REMEDY

Check for refrigerant over-charge. Check to see if the intake air temperature is extremely cold. Check for insufficient air flow quantity. Checking Replace the compressor Repair or replace it. Clear the foreign bodies.

Faulty Discharge valve and suction valve. Blower Fan broken. Foreign matters intruded. Screws Electric troubles (Magnetic contactor) Looseness or fail-off of screws Defective contact. Defective contact point. Rusting and foreign matters in the iron core contact face. Defective contact of the operating switch. Improper installation

Checking

Checking

Correct Repair and clean or replace it.

Checking

Others

Checking

Correct it.

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Electronic parts Troubleshooting Guide


Possible trouble 1
Is the input voltage of transformer AC220V?
YES

: The unit does not operate.


NO

1. Check the Fuse. 2. Check the wiring of AC220V.

Is the output voltage of transformer AC24V & AC13V?


YES

NO

1. Exchange the transformer. 2. Check the connector of transformer.

Is the output voltage of IC01D(7812 ) on the main PCB DC12V?


YES

NO

1. Exchange IC01D(7812) on the main PCB. 2. Check the D01D~D05D, R05C on the main PCB. 1. Exchange IC02D(7805) on the main PCB. 2. Check the D01D~D05D, R05C on the main PCB.

Is the output voltage of IC02D(7805) on the main PCB DC5V?


YES

NO

Is the output voltage of IC01A(7036) on the main PCB DC5V?


YES

NO

1. Exchange IC01A(7036) on the main PCB.

OSC01B vibration?

NO

1. Exchange OSC01B. 2. Check the pattern around OSC01B on the main PCB.

YES

1. Exchange main PCB ASS'Y

Possible trouble 2

: The remote-controller does not operate.


NO

Is the power ON?


YES

1. Check the FUSE. 2. Check the input voltage of Main PCB ASS'Y.

Is the input voltage of remote-controller DC12V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange the IC01D on the Main PCB. 2. Check or exchange the Connector (RED, BROWN) of the remote controller.

1. Exchange remote-controller 2. Check or exchange the Main PCB ASS'Y.

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Possible trouble 3
Is the connection between MAIN PCB and remote-controller correct?
YES

: Key input of remote-controller does not respond.


NO

1. Check or repair Connector wiring. 2. Exchange the Connector.

Is any key on the remote-controller keeping pressed?


NO

YES

1. Replace the pressed key. 2. Exchange the Knob or Key.

Is there Check(F**) on the remote controller LCD?


NO

YES

1. Remove cause of Check. 2. Reenergize the power supply.

Is the input power voltage of remote-controller DC12V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC01D (7812) on the MAIN PCB.

Is there OSC01B vibration on the remote-controller PCB?


YES

NO

1. Exchange OSC01B 2. Check the pattern around OSC01B on the remote-controller PCB.

Do Keys have troubles?

YES

1. Check Keys. 2. Repair or exchange Key.

NO

Exchange remote-controller.

Possible trouble 4
Are there trouble in LCD parts?
NO

: LCD display on the remote-controller shows some trouble.


YES

1. Check crack, damage of LCD. 2. Check LCD pattern.

Is there trouble in the remote-controller PCB ASS'Y?


NO

YES

1. Check or repair all IC with dust or moisture on the PCB. 2. Exchange remote-controller PCB.

Exchange remote-controller.

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Possible trouble 5
Is the unit operating?

: No cooling operation performed.


NO

1. Press power ON/OFF button.

YES

Is the cooling mode?

NO

1. Press cooling operation key. 2. After reenergizing power supply, press power "ON/OFF" button.

YES

Set Temp. < Room Temp.?

NO

1. Set following. 'Set Temp. < Room Temp.'

YES

Is the output voltage of IC02D on the MAIN PCB DC5V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC01D, IC02D on the MAIN PCB.

Is the output voltage of IC01M's 13/12(COMP B)PIN on the MAIN PCB DC0V?
YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC01M. 2. Check 3-minutes time delay.

Is the voltage between A/B(COMP B) of CN-COMP and NEUTRAL 220V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange RY4/RY5(COMP B).

Is the magnetic contactor for compressor ON?


YES

NO

1. Check the wiring of Magnetic contactor. 2. Exchange Magnetic contactor.

1. Check Compressor and Capacitor for Compressor. NOTE: 3 model has not capacitor for compressor.

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Possible trouble 6

: No heater operation performed.


NO

Is the heater operation?

1. Select heater operation mode.

YES

Is the heater LCD "ON"?

NO

1. Reconnecting power supply. Press Heater Key.

YES

Set temp. > Room temp.?

NO

1. Set following. 'Set temp. > Room temp.'

YES

Is the output voltage of IC02D on the MAIN PCB DC5V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC01D, IC02D on the MAIN PCB.

Is the output voltage of IC02M's 11PIN on the MAIN PCB 0V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC02M.

Is the voltage between A/B(Heat B) of CN-HEAT(CN6) and NEUTRAL 220V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange RY13/RY14(Heat B).

Is the magnetic contactor for heater ON?


YES

NO

1. Check the wiring of Magnetic contactor. 2. Exchange Magnetic contactor.

Check or exchange E/Heater.

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Possible trouble 7

: No humidifier operation performed.


NO

Is the indoor fan operation?

1. Press cooling or fan operation or heater operation key.

YES

Is the HUMID LCD "ON"?

NO

1. Press humidifier Key.

YES

Is the output voltage of IC02D on the MAIN PCB DC5V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC01D. IC02D on the MAIN PCB.

Is the output voltage of IC02M's 12PIN on the MAIN PCB 0V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC02M.

Is the voltage between 1PIN of CN-HUMID and NEUTRAL 220V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange RY3.

Is the magnetic contactor for humidifier ON?

NO

1. Check the wiring or Magnetic contactor. 2. Exchange Magnetic contactor.

YES

Check the humidifier.

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Possible trouble 8
Is the unit operating?

: Indoor motor does not operate.


NO

1. Press power ON/OFF button. 2. Reconnect the power supply.

YES

Is the output voltage of IC02M's 14PIN on the MAIN PCB 0V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC01M.

Is the voltage between 1PIN(IN) of CN-FAN(IN) and NEUTRAL 220V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange RY10.

Is the "Power relay" for indoor motor ON?


YES

NO

1. Check the wiring of "Power relay". 2. Exchange "Power relay".

Check the indoor motor.

Possible trouble 9
Is it cooling operation?

: Outdoor motor does not operate.


NO

1. Press power "ON/OFF" button. 2. Select cooling operation.

YES

Is the compressor operating?

NO

YES

1. Set following. Set temp. < Room temp. 2. Wait, if the unit has operating with 3-minute time delay.

Is the output voltage of IC02M's 13/12(OUT FAN B) on the MAIN PCB 0V?
YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC02M.

Is the voltage between OUT A/B of CN-FAN and NEUTRAL 220V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange RY11/RY12(OUT FAN B).

Is the "Power relay" for outdoor motor ON?


YES

NO

1. Check the wiring of "Power relay". 2. Exchange "Power relay".

Check the outdoor motor A/B.

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Possible trouble 10

: No heater operation performed.


NO

Is the heater operation?

1. Select heater operation mode.

YES

Is the heater LCD "ON"?

NO

1. Reconnecting power supply. Press Heater Key.

YES

Set temp. > Room temp.?

NO

1. Set following. 'Set temp. > Room temp.'

YES

Is the output voltage of IC02D on the MAIN PCB DC5V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC01D, IC02D on the MAIN PCB.

Is the output voltage of IC01M's 16PIN on the MAIN PCB 0V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange IC01M.

Is the voltage between 1PIN of CN5 and NEUTRAL 220V?


YES

NO

1. Check or exchange RY1.

Is the magnetic contactor for heater OK?


YES

NO

1. Check the wiring of Magnetic contactor. 2. Exchange Magnetic contactor.

Check or exchange E/Heater.

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Features of Controller
1. Main Controller Circuit Diagram

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2. Feature of Main Controller

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3. Feature of Remote-Controller PCB ASS'Y

4. Feature of Remote-Controller LCD

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5. Error Mode & Corrective Method


Error mode F01 Cause of error Sensing condition of error Method of SVC Remark OPEN/SHORT of Voltage of sensing: Over 4.8V room temp. Voltage of sensing: Less than sensor 0.5V OPEN/SHORT of Voltage of sensing: Over 4.8V indoor pipe temp. Voltage of sensing: Less than 0.5V sensor Communication Error F03 Communication interruption between remote controller and Main PCB for 2 minutes. Room 1. Check the voltage of "CO1H" temp.(25C) on the remote controller. = DC 2.5V 2. Check the temp. sensor of remtote controller. 1. Check the voltage between PIN 3 Pipe temp.(25C) and 4 of CN-A cycle/CN-B cycle. = DC 2.2V 2. Check the temp. sensor of indoor pipe. 1. Check the connecting wire between main PCB remote controller. 2. Check the input voltage of remote-controller. 3. Check the wiring of remote-controller. 1. Check the voltage between PIN 1 and 2 of CN-A cycle/CN-B cycle ON the main PCB. 2. Check the temp. sensor of remtote controller. 1. Check the voltage between PIN 1 and 3 of CN-TEMP OUT on the main PCB. 2. Check the temp. sensor of outdoor room. Input voltage of remote-controller = DC 12V

F02

F04

OPEN/SHORT of Voltage of sensing: Over 4.8V Voltage of sensing: Less than outdoor pipe 0.5V sensor OPEN/SHORT of Voltage of sensing: Over 4.8V Voltage of sensing: Less than outdoor room 0.5V temp. sensor

Pipe temp.(25C) = DC 2.5V

F05

Room temp.(25C) = DC 2.2V

6. Principal part list of controller


Model LK-2580CH Pipe Return Air Outdoor Power Remark Sensor A/B Sensor Room Sensor Trans 6323AQ3214M 6871A20085E 6711A20007B 6323AQ2333T 6323AQ2333U 6323AQ3214H 6171AQ2138E Cooling Only (OPTIONAL) Main PCB ASM Remote controller Pipe Sensor A

7. Principal part list of Main PCB ASM


No 1 2 3 4 5 Part No 0ITO874000E 6920AQ9033F 6212AQ9002J 6900AQ9028D 6102A90001A Part Name MICOM(Main) Relay Oscillator Fuse Varistor Remarks MICOM

8. Principal part list of Remote Controller


No 1 2 3 4 Part No OITO641010B 6304A30001C 6871A20043A 6871A20043H Part Name Remark MICOM(Remote Controller) MICOM LCD Remote C PCB ASM Cooling Only Remote C PCB ASM Heat Pump

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9. Explanation of principal function


s Flow Chart
START(Power supply)
YES

1. Initialize "micom". 2. A/D convert. 3. Main PCB: Waiting cooling operation. 4. Remote controller: Waiting input. Dehumidification Mode?
A YES YES

NO

Heater operation mode?

YES

Power ON?

NO

Dehumidification operating
YES NO

NO

Set Temp. > Indoor Temp.

YES

Cooling Mode?

Stop condition? Heater operating

YES

YES

YES

NO

Go to A Set Temp. < Indoor Temp.

NO

Stop condition?

YES YES

YES

Go to A

Time delay mode

NO

Cooling operating

Fan only operating

NO

Stop condition?

NO

Stop condition?

YES

YES

Go to A

Go to A

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Exploded View and Replacement Parts List


Exploded View

435311 346810

359011

342800

559010

249950

546810 152302 268714

261704 669200 W0CZZ

549610

666000

552101 263230

354210

554031 330870

554031

263230 267110

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Replacement Parts List


LOCATION No.
152302 249950 261704 263230 263230 263230 267110 268714 330870 342800 346810 354210 359011 435311 546810 546810 549610 552101 554031 554031 554160 559010 566000 666000 669200 W0CZZ

DESCRIPTION
FILTER(MECH), A/C CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY, SINGLE TRANSFORMER, POWER THERMISTOR ASSY THERMISTOR ASSY THERMISTOR ASSY REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY PWB(PCB) ASSY, MAIN DRAIN PAN ASSEMBLY BEARING MOTOR ASSEMBLY, INDOOR EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY, FIRST FAN ASSY, BLOWER GRILLE ASSEMBLY, DISCHARGE(OUTDOOR) MOTOR ASSY, OUTDOOR MOTOR ASSY, OUTDOOR MOUNT ASSEMBLY, MOTOR(OUTDOOR) TUBE, CAPILLARY CONDENSER ASSY, BENT CONDENSER ASSY, BENT COMPRESSOR ASSY, FINAL FAN ASSY, PROPELLER SWITCH, PRESSURE SWITCH, MAGNET RELAY CAPACITOR, DRAWING

PART No.
5230A20003H 4995A10022B 6171AQ2138E 6323AQ2333T 6323AQ2333U 6323AQ3214H 6711A20007B 6871A20085E 3087A20006D 4A00131B 4681A20031E 5421A20035F 5835A20003D 2A00144L 4681A20026D 4681A20026E 4961A20007A 3H01535Z 5403A20023G 5403A20023J 5417A20007F 5901A20004D 6600A20004C 2A01031A 6920AP3400A 0CZZA20001E

REMARKS

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Specification of Components
MODEL
COMP P/No Model name *RLA (A) **LRA (A) Q'ty P/No Output Shaft Dia RPM P/No Output Shaft Dia RPM Q'ty P/No Diameter P/No Diameter*width P/No Type P/No Type Outside Dia. P/No Type Length P/No Spec. Rated Voltage Maker P/No Spec. P/No Spec. P/No Spec. P/No Size Q'ty P/No Spec. Q'ty P/No Spec. P/No Spec. P/No Spec. P/No Spec.

LK-2580CH
5417A20007F H25G104DBVE 14.5 115 3 4681A20031E 7.5 (Hp) 28 (mm) 2890 4681A20026D, 4681A20026E 1.3 (Hp) 19 (mm) 950 1/1 5901A20004D O.D 710 (mm) 5835A20003D 450*454 (mm) 3A00217S VARIABLE 4561A30003E "REC-B" TYPE 406(mm) 4400A30002N "REC-B" TYPE 30.3 (inch) 6600A20004C OFF : 2.0kgf/ON : 3.5kgf DC 24V SAGINOMIYA 0CZZA20001E 20F/450V 5230A20003H 750*717(mm) 4 3H01535Z I.D1.2*720(mm) 30 6171AQ2138E AC 220V, 450mA 2A01031A 30A, 220V CONTROL 6920AP3400A 220V, 25A 6920AP3400A 220V, 25A

INDOOR MOTOR

OUTDOOR MOTOR

OUTDOOR FAN INDOOR BLOWER MOTOR PULLY BLOWER PULLY

V-VELT

LOWER PRESSURE SWITCH

CAPACITOR for COMP CAPACITOR for ***IDM CAPACITOR for ****ODM FILTER

CAPILLIARY TUBE

TRANS FORMER CONTACTOR for COMP. RELAY for IDM RELAY for ODM *RLA **LRA : RATED LOAD AMPER : LOCK LOAD AMPER

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P/No.: 3828A20134A

September, 2001 Printed in Korea