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Summary and features

24K Outdoor unit

MANUAL DE SERVICE FRO / CALOR DE 2500 WATTS

C2 Panel

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Nota de aclaracin: Este modelo es igual a la serie GWH09MA-K1NNC7A que se expone a continuacin salvo la esttica.
09K Outdoor unit:

CARACTERSTICAS TCNICAS

Technical specifications
Model Completa Unidad GWC09MA-K1NNC1A(CA13800170) GWC09MA-K1NNC6A(CA14200010) GWC09MA-K1NNC7A(CA19500010) GWH09MA-K1NNC7A GWC09MA-K1NNC2A(CA18000060) GWC09MA-K1NNC3A(CA13600460) COOLING HEATING COOLING 220-240V~ 50Hz 9000 925 1200 5.45
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Function Rated Voltage Rated Frequency Total Capacity (Btu/h) Power Input (W) Rated Input (W) Rated Current (A) Air Flow Volume (m /h) (SH) Dehumidifying Volume (l/h) EER / C.O.P (W/W) Energy Class

220-240V~ 50Hz 9000 925 1200 5.45 500 0.8 2.7 / 9800 900 1200 5.45

500 0.8 2.85 / GWC09MA-K1NNC1A/I GWC09MA-K1NNC6A/I GWC09MA-K1NNC7A/I GWC09MA-K1NNC2A/I GWC09MA-K1NNC3A/I 1260/1050/920/730 10 -1 0.13 Cross flow fan 85X 596 Aluminum fin-copper tube 7 2.-1.5 581X264X25.4 MP24AA 1.5 PCB 3.15A Transformer 0.2A 37/30/26 -790X248X170 870X248X355 9/12 37/30/26

Model of Indoor Unit Unidad Interior

GWH09MA-K1NNC7A/I

Fan Motor Speed (r/min) (SH/H/M/L) Output of Fan Motor (W) Input of Heater (W) Fan Motor Capacitor (F) Fan Motor RLA(A) Fan Type Diameter-Length (mm) Indoor Evaporator unit Pipe Diameter (mm) Row-Fin Gap(mm) Coil length (l)Xheight (H)Xcoil width (L) Swing Motor Model Output of Swing Motor (W) Fuse (A) Sound Pressure Level dB (A) (H/M/L) Sound Power Level dB (A) (H/M/L) Dimension (W/H/D) ( mm) Dimension of Package(W/H/D)(mm) Net Weight /Gross Weight (kg)

1260/1050/920/73 1320/1200/1100/9 0 50 10 1 0.13 Cross flow fan 85X 596 Aluminum fin-copper tube 7 2.-1.5 581X264X25.4 MP24AA 1.5 PCB 3.15A Transformer 0.2A 37/33/29 790X265X170 873X370X251 9/12

CARACTERSTICAS TCNICAS DE LA UNIDAD EXTERIOR


Model of Outdoor Unit Compressor Manufacturer/trademark Compressor Model Compressor Type L.R.A. (A) Compressor RLA(A) Compressor Power Input(W) Overload Protector Throttling Method Starting Method Working Temp Range () Condenser Pipe Diameter (mm) Rows-Fin Gap(mm) Coil length(l) x height(H) x coil width(L) Fan Motor Speed (rpm) Output of Fan Motor (W) Outdoor Fan Motor RLA(A) Fan Motor Capacitor (F) unit Air Flow Volume of Outdoor Unit(m 3/h) Fan Type Fan Diameter (mm) Defrosting Method Climate Type Isolation Moisture Protection Permissible Excessive Operating Pressure for the Discharge Side(MPa) Permissible Excessive Operating Pressure for the Suction Side(MPa) Sound Pressure Level dB (A) Sound Power Level dB (A) Dimension (W/H/D) (mm) Dimension of Package (L/W/H)(mm) Net Weight /Gross Weight (kg) Refrigerant Charge (kg) Length (m) Gas additional charge(g/m) Connecti Outer Liquid Pipe (mm) on Pipe Diameter Gas Pipe (mm) Height (m) Max Length (m) Distance GWH09MA-K1NN7A/O LANDA QX-B161C030s revolving 17 4.2 880 Internal Capillary Capacitor -7T43 Aluminum fin-copper tube 9.52 1-1.4 680X406X22 950 20 0.37 1.5 2500 Axial fan 324 / T1 I IP24 2.5 0.6 50 -720X430X320 768X353X490 25/29 R22/0.63 4 30 6(1/4") 9.52(3/8") 5 10

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DESCRIPCIN Y LISTA DE PARTES

Part name
Air in Front Panel Power cable

Indoor unit

C1 Panel LED Screen

Filter Heat

Guide louver Air out Set Temp Cooling Power/Run Remote Controller Wall Pipe

Wrapping Tape

Heat Cooling Set Temp

Run

DRY

LED Screen

Remote control window

Air in

Outdoor unit

Connection pipe

Drainage hose

Air out

DIMENSIONES Y COTAS PARA INSTALACIN

Outline and installation dimension


Outline and installation dimensions of indoor unit

W Air inlet

Tube exit
09K

Rear View

12K

18K

24K

Ceiling

Left Wall-Mounting Plate

Right

R
MODEL 09K 09K 12K 18K

S
W() 790 790 845 940 H() 248 265 275 298 D() 170 170 180 200 Q() 36 36 130 54 R() 605 605 542 694 S() 149 149 173 192

C7 Panel

Outline and installation dimensions of outdoor unit


09K Outdoor unit
720 660 260

320

440

286

Unit:mm

Ov

5 r1

0c

Bolt Nut Wrench

ve

cm

r6

Ove

r 60

Over 60cm

0c

430

DIAGRAMA ELCTRICO

Electrical circuit diagram

OUTDOOR UNIT

INDOOR UNIT

OUTDOOR UNIT

INDOOR UNIT

PCB function manual and operation method


Function Manual
Basic functions (the centigrade is used in the following function manual. If there will be Fahrenheit degree,that will be Tf=TcX1.8+32).

1. Temperature Parameters
Indoor preset temperature (Tpreset) Indoor ambient temperature (Tamb.)

2. Basic Functions
Once energized, the compressor shall never be restarted except 3-min interval at least. For the first energization, if the unit with memory function is off before power failure, the compressor can be restarted without 3-min delay. But if the unit is on before power failure, the compressor shall be restarted with 3-min delay. Once started, the compressor wont stop within 6 min with the change of room temp.

1 Cooling mode Cooling conditions and process


When Tamb. Tpreset+1 , the unit will run in cooling mode. In this case, the compressor and the outdoor fan run and the indoor fan runs at setting speed. When Tamb. Tpreset-1 , the compressor and the outdoor fan will stop while the indoor fan will run at setting speed. When Tpreset-1 Tamb. Tpreset+1 , the unit will maintain its previous running state. In this mode, the four-way valve is de-energizing, and setting temperature range is 16 30 . Running and cooling marks and setting temperature are displayed.

Tpreset +1 Tpreset -1

Tamb

Start cooling Original operating status Stop cooling

6 min.

3 min.

6 min.

Compressor Outdoor fan Indoor fan


Preset speed

Protection Antifreezing potection

Run

Stop

If it is detected that the system is in antifreezing protection, the compressor and the outdoor fan will stop running, and the indoor fan will run at setting speed. If the antifreezing protection is released and the compressor has been stopped for 3 min, the unit will resume its previous running state.
During antifreeze protection Compressor Outdoor fan Indoor fan Run Preset speed Stop 3 min.

Overcurrent Protection(applicable to some models)


If it is detected that the system amperage exceeds the specified value in 3s successively, the outdoor unit will enter into the state that only the fan is running. If the overcurrent protection is released, the complete unit will resume its previous running state. If 6 times of protection successively occur (if the compressor has been running over 6mins continuously, the protection times will be cleared), the complete unit will stop except the indoor fan is running. In this case, the unit can be normally restarted only after turning off the unit by remote controller. The nixie tube displays error code E5 and the running LED blinks (Blink 5 times and pauses 3 s,Blinking interval is 0.5 s).

2 Dry Mode Dry Conditions and Process


When Tamb. Tpreset+2 , the unit will run in dry and cooling mode. In this case the compressor and outdoor fan will run and the indoor fan will run at low speed. When Tpreset-2 Tamb. Tpreset+2 , the unit will run in dry mode. In this case, the indoor fan will run at low speed, and the compressor and the outdoor fan will be stopped in 6 min. After 4 min, the compressor and the outdoor fan will be restarted. Dry process is cycled as the above. When Tamb. Tpreset-2 , the compressor and the outdoor fan will stop working and the indoor fan will run at low speed. In this mode, the four-way valve is de-energizing, and setting temperature range is 16 30 . Running and cooling marks and setting temperature are displayed.
Cooling Dry
Tpreset -2
6 min.
4 min.

Tpreset +2

Tamb

6 min.
4 min.

Stop

Compressor Outdoor fan Indoor fan Run


low speed

Stop

Protection Antifreezing potection


If antifreezing protection of the system is detected in dry and cooling mode, the compressor and the outdoor fan will stop running and the indoor fan will run at low speed. When the antifreezing protection is released and the compressor has been stopped for 3 min, the complete unit will resume its previous running state. Upon the condition that the compressor runs for 6 min and stops for 4 min is met and antifreezing protection is detected, the compressor and the outdoor fan will stop running and the indoor fan will run at low speed. When the antifreezing protection is released and the compressor has been stopped for 4 min, the complete unit will resume its previous running state.

Other protection
Other protections are the same as those in cooling mode.

3 Heating mode (cooling only unit is not available) Heating conditions and process
When Tamb. Tpreset+2 , the unit will run in heating mode. In this case, the four-way valve, the compressor and the outdoor fan will run simultaneously. The indoor fan will delay at most 2mins to run. When Tamb Tpreset+4 , the compressor and the outdoor fan will stop while the four-way valve will keep energizing

and the indoor fan will blow residual heat. When Tpreset +2 T amb. Tpreset +4 , the unit will maintain its previous running state.

Under this mode, the four-way valve is energized, and setting temperature range is 16 30 . The screen will display running and heating marks and setting temperature.
Stop heating Tset Original running state Tset Tamb. 6Min. Compressor Outer fan Inner fan Reversal valve 2Min. Setting fan speed 2Min. Setting fan speed 3Min. 6Min. Start heating

Running

Stop

Defrosting Conditions and Process


The unit with intelligent defrosting function can defrost according to frosting conditions. Dual8 displays H1.

Protection Function High Temp Resistant Protection


If it is detected that the evaporator tube temperature is superheating, the outdoor fan will stop working. When the tube temperature resumes to normal condition, the outdoor fan will resume running.

Noise Silencing Protection


If the unit is stopped by pressing ON/OFF or during switchover of modes, the reversing valve will be stopped after 2 min.

Overcurrent Protection
This protection is the same as that in cooling mode (but indoor fan will blow residual heat).

4 Fan mode
In this mode, indoor fan runs at setting speed, and the compressor, the outdoor fan, the four-way valve and the electric heating tube (will) stop running. In this mode, temperature setting range is 16 30 . Displayer displays running marks and the setting temperature.

5 Auto Mode
In this mode, the air conditioner will automatically select its running mode (cooling, heating or fan) with the change of ambient temperature. The displayer will display the running marks, actual running mode mark and setting temperature. There is 30s delay protection for mode switching. Protection functions are the same as those in any other mode.

Other Control
1 Timer function

The mainboard combines general timer and clock timer functions. Timer functions are selected by equipping remote controller with different functions.

General Timer
Timer ON can be set under off state of unit. If timer ON reaches, the controller will run under previous setting mode. Timing interval is 0.5hr and the setting range is 0.5-24hr. Timer OFF can be set under on state of unit. If timer OFF reaches, the unit is turned off. Timing interval is 0.5hr within the range of 0.5-24hr.

Clock Timer
If timer on is set under running state of unit, the system will continue running. If timer on is set under off state of unit, the system will run in presetting mode when timer on reaches. If timer off is set under off state of unit, the system will keep standby state. If timer off is set under on state of unit, the system will stop running when timer off reaches. Timer Change If the system is under timer state, the unit can be turned on/off by ON/OFF button of remote controller. Timing can also be reset and then the system runs according to the final setting. If timer on and timer off is set at the same time under running state of system, the system will keep current running state till timer off reaches and then it will stop running. If timer on and timer off are set at the same time under off state of system, the system will keep stopping till timer on reaches and then it will start running. In the future, the system will run in presetting mode when timer on reaches and stop when timer off reaches every day. If timer on and timer off have the same setting, timer off is prevails.

2 Auto Button
If press this button, the system will run in auto mode, and the indoor fan motor will run at auto speed; meanwhile, the swing motor will be running. Repress this button to turn off the unit.

3 Buzzer
Upon energization or operation, the buzzer will give out a beep.

4 Sleep Function
The mode can provide different selection of the setting temperature curve for sleeping.

5 Turbo Function
This function can be set in cooling or heating mode.

6 Dry Function
This function can be set in cooling or dry mode.

7 Automatic Control of Fan Speed


In this mode, the indoor fan will automatically select high, medium or low speed with the change of ambient temperature.

8 Up & Down Swing


After energization, up & Down swing motor will rotate guide louver anticlockwise to position 0 to close air outlet. After turning on the unit, if swing function has not been set, up & down guide louver will clockwise turn to position D in heating mode, or clockwise turn to level position L in other modes. If the unit is turned on with swing function setting, the guide louver will swing between W and D. There are 7 kinds of swing states of guide louver: There are position L, A, B, C, D, and it swings and stops between L and D ( angle between L and D is equiangular). Upon stop of unit, the guide louver will close to position O. Swing action is valid only when swing command is set and indoor fan is running. Note: If the position is set between L and B, A and C or B and D by remote controller, the guide louver will swing between W and D.
D L A B C
O(0)

9 Display Running mark and Mode mark


Upon energization, the unit will display all marks. Under standby state, running indicating mark is displayed in red. If the unit is started by remote controller, running indicating mark gives off light; meanwhile, the current setting running mode mark will be displayed(mode LED: cooling, heating and dry mode). If the light button is turned off, all marks display will be closed.

Dual-8 Display
After starting the unit for the first time, the nixie tube will default to display the current preset temperature (16-30 ). When displaying setting temperature signal is received, the nixie tube will display setting temp. If displaying ambient temperature signal is received, the nixie tube will display current indoor ambient temperature. If other states are set by remote controller, the display will keep previous. If remote controller receives valid signal during displaying ambient temperature, ambient temperature will be displayed after setting temperature is displayed for 5s. F1 is displayed for ambient temperature sensor malfunction, F2 for tube temp sensor malfunction of indoor unit and C5 for jumper cap has malfunction. Some models: The remote controller will display current setting temp when this display is set. The controller will display ambient temp for 5s and then setting temp only when indoor ambient temp displaying state is switched from other displaying states by remote controller

10 Locked protection to PG motor


When starting the fan, if motors rotational speed is slow for a period of time, the unit will display Locked and stop running to avoid auto protection for motor. If the unit is on currently, error code H6 will be displayed by the Dual-8 Display. If the unit is off currently, this locked malfunction information wont be displayed.

11 Power-off memory
Memory content includes mode, up&down swing, light, setting temp and setting fan speed. Upon power failure, the unit after power recovery will automatically start to run according to memory content. The system, last remote-control command without timer setting, will memorize the last remote-control signal and run according to it. If the last remote-control command has general timer function and the system is de-energized before setting time, the system will memorize the last timer function in remote controller command after re-energization and time will be recalculated. If there is function in the last remote controller command but setting time has reached, the system will act as timer on/off setting before de-energization. After re-energization, the system memorizes the running states before power failure without timer action. Clock timer can not be memorized.

4 Special functions
1 Health function
When the indoor fan motor is running, the Health function is set by pressing remote controller (If there is no Health button on the remote controller, the Health function opening is defaulted).

2 I Feel function
If the remote controller receives the I Feel order, the controller will work at the ambient temperature value which is sent by remote controller (Except the defrosting and anti-cool wind, which still adopts the sampling value of AC itself ambient temperature sensor), the remote controller will send ambient temperature value to controller at intervals. If the controller hasnt received the ambient temperature value from the remote controller for long time, then it will run accroding to the current ambient temperature of AC. If the function has not been set, the ambient temperature will adopt the sensor sampling value of AC itself. If power off happens, this function will not be memorized.

Temperature sensor malfunction detection

F1 is displayed when the indoor ambient sensor malfunction is detected and F2 is displayed when the indoor tube sensor malfunction.

Dissassembly Procedures
Disassembly procedures for indoor unit Operating Procedures / Photos
Front panel Open the front panel, slightly press the axial of both sides,then to make the axial slide, can take down the front panel.Push the filter onwards, can take down the front panel. Push the filter, can take down the filter. Unscrew one screw from top cover, can take it down.

Filter

Top cover

Use the screwdriver to pushthe axial,hold both side of air guide board. Then can take them down.

Air guide board

Bearing sleeve

Open the screw cover, screw off 5pcs screwfix on the front case, loosen the rear clasp,lift it up, can take down it.

Screw

Clasp

Operating Procedures / Photos

Screw off screw from the electrical box coverthen can disassemble the electric box cover.

Electric box cover

Mainboard Screw off screws on electric box, screw offearth screw, pull out tube sensor, mainboard,LCD, air guide motor, wire terminal of motor,then can take down the electric box. Screw

Tube sensor

Earth screw

Screw off screws from evaporator, and loosen clasp,can take down the motor clamp.Screw off one screw from the evaporator and motor clamp, can take down the motor clamp. Motor clamp Clasp Screw

Operating Procedures / Photos

Screw Screw off 1screw between the motor and cross flow fan, can take down the motor.

Cross flow fan

Screw

Motor

Disassembly Procedures for Outdoor Unit Operating Procedures / Photos


Screws Unscrew the screw fixing the handle, then push it downwards to take it out. Unscrew the screws fixing the top cover, and then lift the top cover to remove it.

Top Cover Handle Screw

Unscrew the 6 screws fixing the rear grill to remove it.

Rear Grill Unscrew the 9 screws of the right side plate, then take down the right side plate.

Screws

Operating Procedures / Photos

Unscrew the screws fixing the cabinet to remove it.

Unscrew the screw of the right side plate, then take down the Left side plate.

Screws

Left side plate

Unscrew the screw of electric box, pull out the lead out insert of compressor, four-way valve and motor, then take down the electric box.

Screw

Electric box cover

Operating Procedures / Photos

Unscrew the nut fixing the fan with a spanner to take out the fan.

Axial Flow Fan

Nut Unscrew the screws fixing the motor support, and then lift it upwards to remove it. Unscrew the screws fixing the motor and pull out the connection line between it and electric box to remove it. Motor Support Motor Terminal Screw of Motor

Screws

Only for cooling and heating unit Unscrew the fixing nut of the four-way valve coil and remove the coil. Wrap the four-way valve with wet cotton and unsolder the 4 weld spots connecting the four-way valve to take it out. Welding process should be as quick as possible and keep wrapping cotton wet all the time. Be sure not to burn out the lead-out wire of compressor.

Four-way Valve

Weld spots

Capillary

Weld spots

Operating Procedures / Photos

Unsolder the weld spots of capillary,valve and outlet tube of condenser to remove the capillary. Prevent welding slag from blocking the capillary.

Unsolder the pipeline connecting the compressor, and then unscrew the 3 foot-nuts fixing conpressor to remove it.

Foot-nut

VISTA EXPLOSIVA DE LA UNIDAD INTERIOR

Explosive view and spare parts list


Exploded View of Components and Parts of Indoor unit 1

DESCRIPCIN Y CDIGOS DE PARTE DE LA UNIDAD INTERIOR

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41

Description Wall Mounting Frame Rear Case assy Axile Bush Crank Cross Flow Fan O-Gasket sub-assy of Bearing O-Gasket of Cross Fan Bearing Ring of Bearing Helicoid tongue Air Louver 2 Air Louver 1 Evaporator Assy Evaporator Support Drainage hose Guide Louver Axile Bush Front Case Screw Cover Filter Sub-Assy Front Panel Assy Front Panel Decorative Strip Display Board Remote Controller Electric Box Cover2 Motor Press Plate Fan Motor Terminal Board Electric Box Cover1 Shield cover of Electric Box subassy Electric Box Assy Electric Box Main Board Jumper Transformer Rubber Plug (Water Tray) Step Motor Pipe Clamp Power Cord Connecting Cable Connecting Cable

PartCode GWC09MA-K1NNC7A/I 01252015 2220210101 10542704 10582070 10352018 76512051 76512203 26152022 26112162 10512114 10512113 0100255902 24212090 0523001406 10512111 10542008 20012120 24252016 11122081 2001239804 20012393 2019231003 30565050 30510041 20122075 26112160 15012115 42010266 20122103 01592073 20202402 20112082 30035565 4202300128 43110236 76712012 1521210801 26112164 4002048710 40020540 / GWH09MA-K1NNC7A/I 01252015 2220210101 10542704 10582070 10352018 76512051 76512203 26152022 26112162 10512114 10512113 0100255902 24212090 0523001406 10512111 10542008 20012120 24252016 11122081 2001239804 20012393 2019231003 30565050 30510041 20122075 26112160 15012115 42010262 20122103 01592073 20202403 20112082 30035566 4202300128 43110236 76712012 1521210801 26112164 4002048710 40020540 40020536

Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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VISTA EXPLOSIVA DE LA UNIDAD EXTERIOR

Exploded View of Components and Parts of outdoor unit 2

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DESCRIPCIN Y CDIGOS DE PARTE DE LA UNIDAD EXTERIOR

No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Front Grill

Description

Part Code GWH09MA-K1NNC7A/O 22263002 10333002 01533255P 0120317701 03023860 06123401 03103632 00103086 00183016 00180119 76710247 26233101 07100024 07100145 01713424 0130315101 43000400 42010265 01403984 33010743 33010020 42011147 01233101 01113121 11123204 01253027 01703054 15013156

Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Axial Flow Fan Front Panel Chassis Sub-assy 4-way Valve Assy Drainage Connecter Capillary Sub-Assy Compressor and fittings Overload Protector Overload Protector Compressor Gasket Big Handle Valve Valve Valve Support Right Side Plate Sub-Assy Magnet Coil Terminal Board Electric Box Assy Capacitor CBB65 Capacitor CBB61 Terminal Board Clapboard Sub-Assy Condenser Assy Rear grill Top Cover Plate Motor Support Sub-Assy Fan Motor

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

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Descripcin de fallas o comportamiento de proteccin


Proteccin de alta presin del compresor Proteccin de congelacin interna Proteccin de baja presin del compresor Proteccin de alta temperatura de descarga del compresor Proteccin de sobre-carga del sistema o compresor Mal funcionamiento de la comunicacin Conflicto en el modo de seleccin Proteccin de sobre-calentamiento del evaporador Proteccin de aire anti-frio en calefaccin Inicio de proteccin para ajustar la frecuencia, cuando la potencia de entrada es extra-baja (Inversor) No hay seal de realimentacin del motor ventilador interno Mal funcionamiento del sensor ambiente interno Mal funcionamiento del sensor del evaporador Mal funcionamiento del sensor ambiente externo Mal funcionamiento del sensor del condensador Mal funcionamiento del sensor de descarga del compresor Proteccin de sobre-calentamiento del condensador disminuye la frecuencia de operacin en enfriamiento (Inversor) Proteccin de anti-seco hace fluir de regreso el lubricante al compresor Proteccin de sobre-carga del sistema o del compresor disminuyen la frecuencia de operacin (Inversor) Proteccin de alta temperatura de descarga del compresor disminuye la frecuencia de operacin (Inversor) Descongelamiento Proteccin del precipitador electrosttico Proteccin de sobre-calientamiento del compresor Falla del sistema Proteccin del mdulo IPM Mal funcionamiento del compresor (Inversor CC ) Proteccin de cada de agua Mal funcionamiento del calentador elctrico Proteccin de sobre-calientamiento del evaporador Proteccin de sobre-calentamiento del compresor o evaporador, disminuyen la frecuencia de operacin (Inversor) Proteccin de anti-congelamiento del evaporador (Inversor)

Cdigo de error en el display


E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E0 H6 F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H7 H8 H9 H0 FA FH Indicador modo refrigeracin

Indicador en modo funciones

Indicador modo calefaccin

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Trouble-Shooting
Malfunction Display
If malfunction occurs,corresponding code will display and the will resume normal until protection or malfunction disappears. 1. Trouble C5: Dual-8 Display displays C5 and running LED blinks 15 times and pauses 3s. Troubleshooting: Jumper cap is not firmly connected with the controller. Reinsert it or replace it with the same specification of jumper cap. 2. Trouble E5: Dual-8 Display on display board displays E5 and running LED blinks for 5 times and pauses 3s. Troubleshooting: When the voltage is too low or the system pressure is abnormal, please check the power supply voltage or the system pressure. 3. Trouble F1: Dual-8 Display on display board displays F1 and cooling LED blinks once and pause 3s. Troubleshooting: AC ambient sensor is not firmly connected with the controller. Please reinsert or replace it with an ambient temp sensor. 4. Trouble F2: Dual-8 Display on display board displays F2, the cooling LED blinks twice and pauses 3s. Troubleshooting: AC tube temperature sensor is not firmly connected with the controller. Please reinsert or replace it with another tube temperature sensor. 5. Trouble H1: Dual-8 Display on display board displays H1 and heating LED blinks once and pauses 3s. Troubleshooting: Because at this time the air conditioner is running in defrosting status, its normal. 6. Trouble H6: Dual-8 Display on display board displays H6, and running LED blinks 11 times and pauses 3s. TroubleshootingThe feedback wire of units indoor fan motor hasnt been reliably connected with the controller or the inner fan motor is broken, or the controller mainboards fan motor has detected that circuit is damaged, please reinsert the inner fan motors feedback wire or replace the mainboard of control board or replace the motor. 7. Trouble E1: Dual-8 Display on display board displays E1and running LED blinks once and pauses 3s. Troubleshooting: If high-pressure protection occurs and the system pressure is abnormal, please check the system pressure or repace the controller. 8. Trouble E2: Dual-8 Display on display board will display E2 and running LED blinks twice and pauses 3s. Troubleshooting: It is normal, at this time, the AC is in Antifreezing status.

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Common Section
Before analysis, check the unit according to the indicator display on outdoor unit.(Refer to 9.1 Malfunction display section). The breaker trips at once when it is set to ON. Trip of breaker or blow of fuse Measure insulation resistance to ground to see if there is any leakage. The circuit or the part of the air conditioner has malfunction. They heat and break the insulation and lead to short circuit or creepage. Measure the insulation resistance or eliminate the malfunction one by one. If the breaker itself has malfunction, then replace the breaker. Check power supply circuit. Check if the plug is properly plugged in and make the loose contact firm. Change controller fuse Fasten the wiring; measure the output voltage of the transformer , if it is incorrect, change the transformer. Check remote controller Change batteries First, press the manual switch button AUTO,if there is no response,check based on the above methods. If it runs normally after pressing the button, check again whether the installation position and the connection wire of the reception head is correct. If it is correct,then replace the receiver or the remote controller.

The breaker trips in few minutes when it is set to ON.

Air conditioner can not start up

No power The air conditioner does not react after it is powered ( after the plug is inserted, the buzzer does not sound and the remote startup has no response) Power plug is not well plugged in and poor connection.

Fuse of controller burnt out The transformer connection is loose or has bad contact or the transformer has malfunction.

Controller is broken Remote controller is short of power The remote controller does not receive signals (after it is powered, the buzzer will sound, unless it has malfunction)

Remote controller malfunction Receiver loose or poor connection

Receiver is broken

Power voltage is too low

Check the voltage. If it is lower than 10% of the rated voltage, check the cause, improve the power supply condition and add the stabilized voltage power supply.

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Improper set of temperature If cooling (heating) load is proper

Adjust set temperature

Check the forecasted load of cooling (heating) Check and fill the leakage, then vacuumize it and supplement the refrigerant as required Replace the compressor

The refrigerant has leakage or is insufficient Leakage between the high pressure and the low pressure inside the compressor Malfunction of four-way valve

Malfunction of refrigerant flow

Replace the four-way valve Judge whether the system is blocked by observing the condensation of evaporator and the pressure value of the high pressure manometer and take measures to deal with the system.

Poor COOL(HEAT) operation.

Blockage of cooling system

Heat insulation for the connection pipes of the indoor unit and the outdoor unit is bad.

Make sure that heat insulation for the thick and thin pipes is good. Heat insulation must also be provided for the joint andthe exposed part of the copper pipe. Clean the dust accumulated on the surface of the heat exchanger. Clean the filter To set the fan speed to high or middle speed Replace the capacitor or PCB Replace the motor

Block of outdoor heat exchanger Air filter were blocked Fan speed was set too slow

Air circulation is insufficient

Fan rotation speed becomes low

Capacitor or PCB damage Motor damage

The installation position of the outdoor unit is not appropriate.

Good ventilation must be provided for the installation position of the outdoor unit.

The outdoor temperature is too high.

Properly install the rainproof plate or the sunproof plate. If the maximum cool air still can not meet the requirement, it is suggested to replace the air conditioner. Keep certain air tightness indoors, try not to use electricalappliance with large quantity of heat

The air tightness is not enough. People come in and out too frequently. There are heating devices indoors.

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The indoor fan motor is burned or breaks or has the heat protector malfunction. The built-in heat protector of the The fan does not run when it is set to supply air. Wrong connection The fan capacitor has open circuit or is damaged. motor breaks frequently because the motor is abnormal.

Replace the fan motor or the defective part.

Replace the fan motor Make the correction connection based on the circuit drawing. Replace the fan capacitor of the same type and same specification.

In the cooling and heating mode, the compressor runs, but the outdoor fan does not run.

The outdoor fan motor is damaged.

Replace the fan motor Make the correct connection based on the circuit drawing Replace the fan capacitor

Wrong connection

The outdoor fan capacitor is damaged.

Malfunction of compressor Breakage of running capacitor of compressor

Replace the compressor

In the cooling and heating mode, the outdoor fan runs, but the compressor does not run.

Replace the capacitor

The voltage is too low or too high.

Manostat is recommended.

Wrong wire connection

Connect the circuit diagram correctly Use the multimeter to check whether the contact of the compressor is on when it is not overheated. If it is not on, then replace the protector Adjust the volume of the refrigerant Replace the capillary

The protector itself has malfunction.

The refrigerant is not enough or is too much. The capillary is blocked and the temperature rises. The compressor does not run smoothly or is stuck. The air discharge valve is damaged The protector itself has malfunction.

The compressor is too hot and leads to the action of the protector.

Replace the compressor

Replace the protector

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The torque of the swing motor is not enough The swing fan does not run. Wrong connection First, check whether the connection is wrong. If no, replace the parts

The Main board is damaged

The Main board malfunction In cool, heat mode, the outdoor unit and compressor will not run. Wire loose or wrong connection Improper setting of temperature

Change controller

Correctly wire according to the drawing Adjust setting temp. Change drainage pipe Re-wrap and make it tight.

Drainage pipe blocked or broken Water leakage Wrap of refrigerant pipe joint is not close enough. Fan of indoor unit contacts other parts Foreign object in indoor unit Compressor shakes too much Abnormal sound and shake

Adjust fan location Take out the foreign object Adjust support washer of compressor, and tighten loosen screws Separate the touching pipeline. 1. Tighten connect screw. 2. Stick absorbing clay between plates.

Touch of pipeline of outdoor unit

Touch of inner plates Louver of outdoor unit touched outer case. Abnormal sound inside compressor

Adjust location of louver. Change compressor

NOTE: There are no heating malfunctions in the above for the cooling only unit.

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