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LG Room Air Conditioner
SERVICE MANUAL
MODEL: HBLG8004R, HBLG1004R, CL8000ERM8004R, M1004R, L8004R, L1004R

CAUTION
• BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL. • ONLY FOR AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

Air Conditioner Service Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Precautions..........................................................................................................................................3 Dimensions .....................................................................................................................................................6 Outside Dimensions ...................................................................................................................................6 Product Specifications ..................................................................................................................................7 Installation .......................................................................................................................................................8 Select the Best Location ............................................................................................................................8 Installation Check .......................................................................................................................................8 How to Secure the Drain Pipe ....................................................................................................................8 How to Install..............................................................................................................................................9 Operation ......................................................................................................................................................12 Function of Controls .................................................................................................................................12 Disassembly ..................................................................................................................................................13 Mechanical Parts......................................................................................................................................13 Air handling Parts.....................................................................................................................................14 Electrical Parts .........................................................................................................................................15 Refrigerating Cycle...................................................................................................................................17 Schematic Diagram.......................................................................................................................................20 Electronic Control Device. ........................................................................................................................20 Wiring Diagram.........................................................................................................................................21 Components Location ..............................................................................................................................22 Troubleshooting Guide .................................................................................................................................23 Pipeing System ........................................................................................................................................23 Troubleshooting Guide .............................................................................................................................24 Electrical Parts Troubleshooting Guide ....................................................................................................26 Electrical Parts .........................................................................................................................................30 Exploded View ..............................................................................................................................................36 Replacement Parts List ................................................................................................................................37

2 Room Air Conditioner

Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions
To prevent injury to the user or other people and property damage, the following instructions must be followed. s Incorrect operation due to ignoring instruction will cause harm or damage. The seriousness is classified by the following indications.

WARNING CAUTION

This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury. This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to property only.

s Meanings of symbols used in this manual are as shown below.

Be sure not to do. Be sure to follow the instruction.

WARNING
Always install the expansion panel(s). • Improper assembly or installation may cause incorrect operation, including injury, fire, and electric shock hazards. Do not place the power cord near a heater. • It may cause fire and electric shock.

Do not use the power cord near flammable gas or combustibles such as gasoline, benzene, thinner, etc. • It may cause explosion or fire.

Do not disassemble or modify products.

• It may cause electric shock and failure.

Gasolin
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Safety Precautions

Plug in the power plug properly. • Otherwise, it will cause electric shock or fire.

Do not operate or stop the unit by inserting or pulling out the power plug. • It will cause electric shock or fire.

Do not damage or use an unspecified power cord. • It will cause electric shock or fire.

ON

ON

Do not modify power cord length.

Use the air conditioner on a single outlet circuit. Do not share the outlet with other appliances. • It will cause electric shock or fire.

Always plug into a grounded outlet.

• It will cause electric shock or fire.

• No grounding may cause electric shock.

Do not use the socket if it is loose or damaged. • It may cause fire and electric shock.

Do not operate with wet hands or in damp environment. • It may cause electric shock.

Ventilate before operating air conditioner when gas goes out. • It may cause explosion, fire, and burn.

4 Room Air Conditioner

Safety Precautions If water enters the product, turn off the the power switch of the main body of appliance. Contact service center after taking the power-plug out from the socket. • It will cause electric shock or failure of machine. Do not clean the air conditioner with water.

• Water may enter the unit and degrade the insulation. It may cause an electric shock.

CAUTION
Never touch the metal parts of the unit when removing the filter. • They are sharp and may cause injury. Do not block the inlet or outlet. • It may cause failure of appliance or performance deteriorate.

Ensure that the outer case is not damaged by age or wear. • If the outer case is damaged, it must be repaired or replaced immediately. Leaving it damaged could result in the air conditioner falling out of the window, creating a safety hazard.

Be cautious not to touch the sharp edges when installing. • It may cause injury.
Sharp edges

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Dimensions

Dimensions
Symbols Used in this Manual
This symbol alerts you to the risk of electric shock. This symbol alerts you to hazards that could cause harm to the air conditioner.
NOTICE

This symbol indicates special notes.

Outside Dimensions

492 (19 3/8 ")
30 (1 3/16")

42 (1 21/32")
100.3 (3 15/16") 27.5 (1 3/32")

497 (19 9/16")

42 (1 21/32")

Cool Energy Saver Fan Dry Timer

F1 LOW F2 MED F3 HIGH

'F

TEMP
FAN SPEED POWER

MODE

TIMER

315 (12 3/8")

12 (0.4 1/16")

22.5(0.8 3/32 ") 243.3(9 9/16") 497 (19 9/16")
Cool Energy Saver Fan Dry Timer
F1 LOW F2 MED F3 HIGH

492 (19 3/8 ") 315 (12 3/8")

'F

TEMP
FAN SPEED POWER

MODE

TIMER

6 Room Air Conditioner

347 (13 21/32")

Specfications

Product Specifications
MODELS ITEMS POWER SUPPLY CAPACITY INPUT COOLING (BTU/h) (W) 8,000 820 7.3 9.8 26.7(DB)* 35(DB)* 420g(14.8 oz) HBLG8004R L8004R/M8004R CL8000ER 1ø, 115V, 60Hz 8,000 740 7.0 10.8 19.4(WB)** 23.9(WB)** 480g(16.9 oz) 10,000 1,020 9.4 9.8 HBLG1004R L1004R/M1004R

RUNNING CURRENT (A) E.E.R (BTU/W.h)

OPERATING INDOOR ( C) CONDITION OUTDOOR ( C) REFRIGERANT (R-22) CHARGE EVAPORATOR CONDENSER FAN, INDOOR FAN, OUTDOOR FAN SPEEDS, FAN/COOLING/HEATING FAN MOTOR OPERATION CONTROL ROOM TEMP. CONTROL AIR DIRECTION CONTROL CONSTRUCTION COMPRESSOR PROTECTOR FAN MOTOR

410g(14.3 oz)

2 ROW 11 STACKS, LOUVER-FIN TYPE 2 ROW 15 STACKS, STRAGHT TYPE TURBO FAN PROPELLER TYPE FAN WITH SLINGER RING 3/3 6 POLES REMOTE CONTROLLER THERMISTOR VERTICAL LOUVER (RIGHT & LEFT) HORIZONTAL LOUVER (UP & DOWN) TOP DOWN CHASSIS OVERLOAD PROTECTOR INTERNAL THERMAL PROTECTOR 3 WIRE WITH GROUDING

POWER CORD DRAIN SYSTEM NET WEIGHT OUTSIDE DIMENSION (W x H x D) * D B : dry bulb ** WB : wet bulb (lbs/kg) (inch) (mm)

ATTACHMENT PLUG (CORD-CONNECTED TYPE) DRAIN PIPE OR SPLASHED BY FAN SLINGER 62/28 62/28 19 9/16 x 12 3/8 x 19 3/8 497 x 315 x 492 71/32

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Installation

Installation
Select the Best Location
1. To prevent vibration and noise, make sure the unit is installed securely and firmly. 2. Install the unit where the sun does not shine directly on the INSIDE unit. 3. The outside of the cabinet must extend outward for at least 12" and there should be no obstacles, such as a fence or wall, within 20" from the back of the cabinet because it will COOLED AIR prevent heat radiation of the condenser. Restriction of outside air will greatly reduce the cooling efficiency of the air conditioner.

OUTSIDE AWNING

FENCE

HEAT RADIATION

CAUTION: All side louvers of the cabinet must
remain exposed on the outdside of the structure. 4. Install the unit slanted slightly so the back is slightly lower than the front (about 1/4"). This will force condensed water to the outside. 5. Install the unit with the bottom about 30"~60" above the floor level.

30"-60"

ABOUT 1/4 " Over 20"
Figure 1

Installation Check
The setting conditions must be checked prior to initial starting. The following items are especially important checking points when the installation is finished. 1. Grounding wire (Green or Green and Yellow) is provided in the power cord. The green wire must be grounded. 2. Connect to a single-outlet 15A circuit. (or 20A circuit for Electric Heater Model) 3. To avoid vibration or noise, make sure the air conditioner is installed securely. 4 Avoid placing furniture or draperies in front of the air inlet and outlet.

How to Secure the Drain Pipe
In humid weather, excess water may cause the Base Pan to overflow. To drain the water, remove the Drain Cap and secure the Drain Pipe to the rear hole of the Base Pan. (Figure. 2)

Drain Pipe

Drain Cap

Figure 2

8 Room Air Conditioner

Installation

How to Install
Window Requirements
NOTICE

INNER SILL

All supporting parts should be secured to firm wood, masonry, or metal.

1. This unit is designed for installation in standard double hung windows with actual opening widths of 22" to 36". The upper and lower sash must open sufficiently to allow a clear vertical opening of 13" from the bottom of the sash to the window stool. 2. If storm window presents interference, fasten a 2" wide wood strip to the inner window sill across the full width of the sill. The wood strip should be thick enough to raise the height of the window sill so that the unit can be installed without interference by the storm window frame. See Figure. 4. Top of wood strip should be approximately 3/4" higher than the storm window frame (STORM WINDOW FRAME) or wood strip (OUTDOORS) to help condensation to drain properly to the outside. 3. Install a second wood strip (approximately 6" long by 11/2" wide and same thickness as first strip) in the center of the outer sill flush against the back off the inner sill. This will raise the L bracket as shown Figure. 4. 4. If the distance between STORM WINDOW FRAME and WOOD STRIP MOUNTED ON TOP OF INNER SILL is more than 1", two of wood strip are not necessary.

OUTER SILL INDOORS OUTDOORS
Figure 3

WOOD STRIP MOUNTED ON TOP OF INNER SILL

1" MAX.

3/4" CLEARANCE STORM WINDOW FRAME

INNER SILL

WOOD STRIP FOR L BRACKET OUTER SILL

INDOORS

OUTDOORS
Figure 4

Installation
HARDWARE
TYPE A: 11EA (SHORT SCREW) 10mm TYPE B: 5EA (WOOD SCREW) 16mm TYPE C: 3EA (L BACKET) DRAIN PIPE

TYPE D: 1EA (SEAL STRIP)

TYPE E: 1EA (SASH SEAL)

TYPE F: 2EA (GUIDE PANEL)

TYPE G: 1EA (SUPPORT BACKET)

(Adhesive backed)

(Not adhesive backed)

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Installation BEFORE INSTALLATION
1. Insert the guide panels into the guides of the air conditioner. Fasten the curtains to the unit with screws (TYPE A) as shown Figure. 5. 2. Cut the adhesive-backed seal strip (TYPE D) to the window width. Remove the backing from the seal strip and attach the seal strip to the underside of the bottom window. (Figure. 6)
Figure 5
Type A

Type A

NOW START INSTALLATION
1. LOCATING UNIT IN WINDOW Open the window and mark center line on the center of the inner sill, as shown in Figure. 6. 2. ATTACH L BRACKET a. Install the L brackets behind the inner window sill, with the short side of bracket as shown. Use the 2 screws (TYPE A) provided. b. The bracket helps to hold unit securely in place. Be sure to place bracket edge flush against back of inner sill. See Figure. 7.
Figure 6
CENTER LINE
INNER SILL SEAL STRIP (TYPE D)

ROOM SIDE

CAUTION: During the following step, hold
unit firmly until window sash is lowered to top channel behind side panel frames. Personal injury or property damage may result if unit falls from window.

Figure 7

INNER SILL TYPE A OUTER SILL

INSIDE

CENTER LINE

3. INSTALL THE AIR CONDITIONER IN THE WINDOW a. Carefully lift the air conditioner and slide it into the open window. Make sure the bottom guide of the air conditioner drops into the notches of the L bracket. See Figure. 8. IMPORTANT : When the air conditioner drops into the L bracket, the air conditioner will be centered in window opening as shown in Figure. 9. b. While steadying the air conditioner, carefully bring the window sash down behind the upper guide of the air conditioner, as shown in Figure. 10.

8" SHORT SIDE OUTSIDE
Figure 8

8"

L BRACKET

C ool E nergy S aver F an Dry T imer

F 1 L OW F 2 ME D F 3 HIG H

F

T E MP

C enter Line

Figure 9
WINDOW FRAME UPPER GUIDE SEAL

ABOUT 1/4" BOTTOM GUIDE

Figure 10

L BRACKET

10 Room Air Conditioner

Installation
4. SECURE THE GUIDE PANELS Extend the guide panels (TYPE F) to fill the window opening using 4 screws (TYPE B) to secure them, as shown in Figure. 11. 5. INSTALL THE SASH SEAL AND SASH LOCK a. Cut the sash seal (TYPE E) to the window width. Stuff the sash seal between the glass and the window to prevent air and insects from getting into the room, as shown in Figure. 11. b. Fasten the L bracket using a (TYPE A) screw, as shown in Figure. 11. 6. Window installation of room air conditioner is now completed. See ELECTRICAL DATA for attaching power cord to electrical outlet.

L Bracket Type A

Type B

Sash Seal (Type F)

Figure 11

NOTICE

REMOVAL FROM WINDOW
Trun the air conditioner off, disconnect the power cord, remove the L bracket and the screws installed through the top and bottom of the guide panels, and save for reinstallation later. Close the guide panels. keeping a firm grip on the air conditioner, raise the sash, and carefully tilt the air conditioner backward, draining any condensate water. Lift the air conditioner from the window ad remove the sash seal from between the windows.

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Operation

Operation
• Designed for COOLING ONLY. • Powerful and quiet cooling. • Top-down chassis for the simple installation and service. • Low air-intake, top cooled-air discharge. • Built-in adjustable Thermistor • Washable one-touch filter • Compact size • Equipped with reliable and efficient rotary compressor.

Function of Controls
DISPLAY
Cool Energy Saver Fan Dry Timer
F1 LOW F2 MED F3 HIGH

REMOTE CONTROL
'F

6
Temp

Power

1 2
Fan Speed

TEMP
FAN SPEED

2
POWER
Timer Mode

MODE

TIMER

4
5

3

3

5

4

1

PRECAUTION: The Remote Control unit will not function properly if strong light strikes the sensor window of the air conditioner or if there are obstacles between the Remote Control unit and the air conditioner.
POWER BUTTON To turn the air conditioner ON, push the button. To turn the air conditioner OFF, push the button again. This button takes priority over any other buttons. ROOM TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON This button can automatically control the temperature of the room. The temperature can be set within a range of 60°F to 86°F by 1°F. (16°C to 30°C by 1°C) Select the lower number for lower temperature of the room. OPERATION MODE SELECTION BUTTON Every time you push this button, it will shift among COOL, ENERGY SAVER, FAN and DRY. - Energy Saver: If Energy Save mode is selected, the fan stops when the compressor stops cooling.a Approximately every 3 minutes the fan will turn on and check the room air to determine if cooling is needed. FAN SPEED SELECTOR Every time you push this button, it is set as follows. (Hi [F3] ➔ Low [F1] ➔ Med [F2] ➔ Hi [F3] ➔ Low [F1] ➔...) ON/OFF TIMER BUTTON You can set the time when the unit will turn on or turn off automatically by pressing the timer button. If the unit is operating, this button controls the time it will be turned off. If the unit is off state, this button controls the time it will start. Every time you push this button, the remaining time will be set as follows. - Stopping operation (1Hour ➔ 2Hours ➔ 3Hours ➔ 4Hours ➔ 5Hours ➔ 6Hours ➔ 7Hours ➔ 8Hours ➔ 9Hours ➔ 10Hours ➔ 11Hours ➔ 12Hours ➔ 0Hour ➔ 1Hour ➔ 2Hours ➔... ) - Starting operation (1Hour ➔ 2Hours ➔ 3Hours ➔ 4Hours ➔ 5Hours ➔ 6Hours ➔ 7Hours ➔ 8Hours ➔ 9Hours ➔ 10Hours ➔ 11Hours ➔ 12Hours ➔ off ➔ 1Hour ➔ 2Hours ➔ ... ) REMOCON SIGNAL RECEIVER

12 Room Air Conditioner

Disassembly

Disassembly
— Before the following disassembly, set the CONTROL BOX to OFF and disconnect the power cord.

Mechanical Parts
1. Front Grille
1. Open the lnlet grille downward and remove the air filter. 2. Remove the screw that fastens the front grille.(See Figure 12) 3. Pull the front grille from the right side. 4. Remove the front grille.(There are 4 hooks.) 5. Re-install the components by referring to the removal procedure, above.

2. Cabinet
1. After disassembling the FRONT GRILLE, remove the 6 screws that fasten the cabinet at both sides. 2. Remove the 2 screws that fasten the cabinet at back. 3. Lift the cabinet from the unit. 4. Remove the cabinet. 5. Re-install the components by referring to the removal procedure, above.

Figure 12

3. Control Box
1. Remove the front grille. (Refer to section 1) 2. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to section 2) 3. Remove the 1 screw which fasten the power cord. 4. Disconnect the grounding screw from the evaporator channel. 5. Remove the 2 screws that fastens the control box cover. 6. Remove the housing that connects PCB and motor wire in the control box. 7. Remove the nut that fastens the terminal cover. 8. Remove the terminal cover. 9. Remove all the leads from the overload protector. 10. Discharge the capacitor by placing a 20,000 ohm resistor across the capacitor terminals. 11. Raise the control box upward completely. (See Figure 14) 12. Re-install the components by referring to the removal procedure, above. (Refer to the wiring diagram found on page 21 in this manual and on the control box.)

Figure 13

Figure 14

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Disassembly

Air Handling Parts
4. Air Guide and Turbo Fan
1. Remove the front grille. (Refer to section 1) 2. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to section 2) 3. Remove the control box. (Refer to section 3) 4. Remove the 4 screws that fasten the brace. 5. Remove the brace. 6. Remove the 2 screws that fasten the air guide upper. 7. Remove the air guide upper.(See Figure 15) 8. Remove the 2 screws that fasten the evaporator. 9. Move the evaporator forward and pulling it upward slightly. (See Figure 16) 10. Pull out the hook of orifice by pushing the tabs and remove it. (See Figure 16) 11. Remove the clamp with hand pliers which secures the turbo fan. 12. Remove the turbo fan. 13. Remove the 2 screws that fasten the air guide from the base pan. 14. Move the air guide backward, and pull out from the base pan.(Move the air giude lower carefully.) 15. Re-install the components by referring to the removal procedure, above.

Figure 15

Figure 16

5. FAN
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to section 2) 2. Remove the brace (Refer to section 4) 3. Remove the 5 screws which fasten the condenser. 4. Move the condenser to the left carefully. 5. Remove the clamp that secures the fan. 6. Remove the fan. (See Figure 17) 7. Re-install by referring to the removal procedure.

6. Shroud
1. Remove the fan. (Refer to section 2.2.2) 2. Remove the shroud. (See Figure 18) 3. Re-install the components by referring to the removal procedure, above. Figure 17

Figure 18

14 Room Air Conditioner

Disassembly

Electrical Parts
7. Overload Protector
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to section 2) 2. Remove the nut that fastens the terminal cover. 3. Remove the terminal cover. (See Figure 19) 4. Remove all the leads from the overload protector. 5. Remove the overload protector. 6. Re-install the components by referring to the removal procedure, above. Figure 19

8. Compressor
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to section 2) 2. Discharge the refrigerant system using a FreonTM Recovery System. If there is no valve to attach the recovery system, install one (such as a WATCO A-1) before venting the FreonTM. Leave the valve in place after servicing the system. 3. Remove the overload protector. (Refer to section 7) 4. After purging the unit completely, unbraze the suction and discharge tubes at the compressor connections. 5. Remove the 3 nuts and the 3 washers which fasten the compressor. 6. Remove the compressor. (See Figure 20) 7. Re-install the components by referring to the removal procedure, above.

Figure 20

9. Capacitor
1. Remove the control box. (Refer to section 3) 2. Open the top cover from the control box. (See Figure 21) 3. Pull out the capacitor from the control box. 4. Disconnect all the leads of capacitor terminals. 5. Re-install the components by referring to the removal procedure, above. Figure 21

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Disassembly 10. Power Cord
1. Remove the control box. (Refer to section 3) 2. Open the top cover from the control box. (Refer to section 9) 3. Disconnect the front panel from the control box. (See Figure 22) 4. Disconnect two leads from the capacitor and relay. 5. Pull out the power cord. 6. Re-install the component by referring to the above removal procedure, above. (Use only one ground-marked hole for ground connection.) 7. If the supply cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be replaced by the special cord. (The special cord means the cord which has the same specification marked on the supply cord attached at the unit.)

Figure 22

11. Motor
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to section 2) 2. Remove the turbo fan. (Refer to section 4) 3. Remove the fan. (Refer to section 5) 4. Remove the 4 screws that fasten the motor from the air guide. (See Figure 23) 5. Remove the motor. 6. Re-install the components by referring to the removal procedure, above.(See Figure 23)

Figure 23

16 Room Air Conditioner

Disassembly

Refrigerating Cycle
12. Condenser CAUTION: Discharge the refrigerant system using a FreonTM Recovery System. If there is no valve to attach the recovery system, install one (such as a WATCO A-1) before venting the FreonTM. Leave the valve in place after servicing the system.
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to section 2) 2. Remove the 4 screws that fasten the brace.(Refer to section 4) 3. Remove the 5 screws that fasten the condenser and shroud. 4. After discharging the refrigerant completely, unbraze the interconnecting tube at the condenser connections. 5. Remove the condenser. 6. Re-install the components by referring to notes. (See Figure 23)

Figure 23

13. Evaporator
1. Remove the control box.(Refer to section 3) 2. Remove the air guide upper. (Refer to section 4) 3. Remove the 2 screws that fasten the evaporator. 4. Move the evaporator sideways carefully. (Refer to section 4) 5. After discharging the refrigerant completely, unbraze the interconnecting tube at the evaporator connections. 6. Remove the evaporator. 7. Re-install the components by referring to notes. (See Figure 24)

Figure 24

14. Capillary Tube
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to section s2) 2. After discharging the refrigerant completely, unbraze the interconnecting tube at the capillary tube.(See caution above) 3. Remove the capillary tube. 4. Re-install the components by referring to notes.

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Disassembly
NOTICE

— Replacement of the refrigeration cycle. 1. When replacing the refrigeration cycle, be sure to Discharge the refrigerant system using a FreonTM recovery System. If there is no valve to attach the recovery system, install one (such as a WATCO A-1) before venting the FreonTM. Leave the valve in place after servicing the system. 2. After discharging the unit completely, remove the desired component, and unbraze the pinch-off tubes. 3. Solder service valves into the pinch-off tube ports, leaving the valves open. 4. Solder the pinch-off tubes with Service valves. 5. Evacuate as follows. 1) Connect the vacuum pump, as illustrated figure 25A. 2) Start the vacuum pump, slowly open manifold valves A and B with two full turns counterclockwise and leave the valves open. The vacuum pump is now pulling through valves A and B up to valve C by means of the manifold and entire system.

CAUTION: If high vacuum equipment is used, just crack valves A and B for a few minutes, then open slowly with the two full turns counterclockwise. This will keep oil from foaming and being drawn into the vacuum pump.
3) Operate the vacuum pump vaccum for 20 to 30 minutes, until 600 microns of vaccum is obtained. Close valves A and B, and observe vacuum gauge for a few minutes. A rise in pressure would indicate a possible leak or moisture remaining in the system. With valves A and B closed, stop the vacuum pump. 4) Remove the hose from the vacuum pump and place it on the charging cylinder. See figure 25B. Open valve C. Discharge the line at the manifold connection. 5) The system is now ready for final charging.

6. Recharge as follows : 1) Refrigeration cycle systems are charged from the High-side. If the total charge cannot be put in the High-side, the balance will be put in the suction line through the access valve which you installed as the system was opened. 2) Connect the charging cylinder as shown in figure 25B. With valve C open, discharge the hose at the manifold connection. 3) Open valve A and allow the proper charge to enter the system. Valve B is still closed. 4) If more charge is required, the high-side will not take it. Close valve A. 5) With the unit running, open valve B and add the balance of the charge. a. Do not add the liquid refrigerant to the Lowside. b. Watch the Low-side gauge; allow pressure to rise to 30 lbs. c. Turn off valve B and allow pressure to drop. d. Repeat steps b. and c. until the balance of the charge is in the system. 6) When satisfied the unit is operating correctly, use the pinch-off tool with the unit still running and clamp on to the pinch-off tube. Using a tube cutter, cut the pinch-off tube about 2 inches from the pinch-off tool. Use sil-fos braze and braze pinch-off tube closed. Turn off the unit, allow it to set for a while, and then test the leakage of the pinch-off connection.

18 Room Air Conditioner

Disassembly
Equipment needed: Vacuum pump, Charging cylinder, Manifold gauge, Brazing equipment. Pin-off tool capable of making a vapor-proof seal, Leak detector, Tubing cutter, Hand Tools to remove components, Service valve.

CONDENSER (HIGH PRESSURE SIDE)

COMPOUND GAUGE MANIFOLD GAUGE

B
CAPILLARY TUBE

A

SEE INSETS BELOW EVAPORATOR (LOW PRESSURE SIDE)

COMPRESSOR

LOW

HI

A B
EXTERNAL VACUUM PUMP CHARGING CYLINDER

B

A

C

Figure 25A-Pulling Vacuum

Figure 25B-Charging

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Schematic Diagram

5V Q03T
C104M 1K

C02T R01T Rx 11 12 2 1 Model R01A EEPROM R04P O X O X

0.001

CN-TELE
C03T Q04T
A104M 0.001 25V

SMW200-03 (RD)

5V 5V Q01T
C104M 20K

D01T Auto Restart Non Auto Restart
1 3

1N4148

3

3

C01T

2

2

0.1 50V

ROOM-TH
5V OSC01B R04H
RT8.00MG 6.2K 1% 12.1K 1%

CN-TH1
5V R02H 3.6V
S7136
2

1
Q02T
A104M

1
2 2 R01B C01A
0.01 50V CAT93C46 1M

Tx 1 1 IC01A EEPROM R04P 5V R02P R03P
20K 20K

Osc out

Osc in

Option2

Option1

Pipe TH

Room TH

VAref

VSS

/Reset

HVB
R01P 12V
23 11 10 9 8 24 25 26 27

2 RY-COMP 4
10 7 6 5 4 3 11

2 9
20K

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

TEST

KEY1

KEY0

VDD

SEG-g

SEG-f

SEG-e

LED out2

LED out1

SLIDE SW

YW396-03AV(YL)

RECEIVER

LED out0

CN-4WAY

Heat Pump O X O O

680pF 50V

SEG-d

20 Room Air Conditioner
SMAW200-02

CN-TH2
10
2 A1 WP SCL 6 A2 GND SDA 5 7

+ C02A
1uF 10V

SMW250-02

1 J7 5V
3

1

3

1 A0 Vcc 8

2 R21H
12.1K 1% 12.1K 1%

2 R22H 5V
4

PIPE-TH

CN-HVB
OR1H OR2H 5V
13 12

SMW200-03(BL)

R04P
1K

3
R05P 10K

3

Electronic Control Device

1

1

COMP SYNC 4WAY LOW HVB
MICOM
TMP87CH47U

Rx SDA SCL Digit4 (Scan4) Digit3 (Scan3) Digit2 (Scan2) Digit1 (Scan1) Digit0 (Scan0) SEG-a SEG-b SEG-c
R06P 10K

1 RY-LOW 6
13 14
7 6 5 4 3 2 1 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

1 7 6 5
15 2
28 29 30 31 32 33

RY-4WAY 5
12

8

SW2
7 RY-MED 8

2

2

CN-CONT
ION MED HI Receiver Buzzer LED out3
RY-4WAY
+

5V Q03G
A101S

J5

SMW200-03(YL)

3 RY-HI 9 4
16 1 8

3

Q02G
A101S

Q01G
A101S

3 12V IC01M
ULN2004A

Schematic Diagram

3
9

SW1

2

2

CN-12V

SMW200-03(WH)

1

1

Model X
220 10V

J07 CN-4WAY X
GND

CN-TH2 X C01L C02L
Vout

5V
1K

Vcc

R01L

FAN
SW01G C01F 0.001 R01F 10K D01G

TEMP DOWN
SW02G D02G D03G

ON/OFF
SW03G

Cool Only O

TIMER
SW04G

MODE
SW05G C02F 0.001 R03F 10K D04G D05G

TEMP UP
SW06G D06G

3
R02E 20 BZ01E
PKM13EPY -4002

3

RY-4WAY

S/V4WAY

1

1

CN-MOTOR
R01E 1K

YW396-09AV

R12F 10K

1

1

RY-HI

5V
IC01G

10 ULN2004A
1 16 2 15 3 4 5 6 7 14 13 12 11 10 8 9 R01G 680 R02G 680 R03G 680 R04G 680 R05G 680 R06G 680 R07G 680

5 Digit1 a Digit0

FAN MOTOR
5V C05D C06D
0.01 50V 220 10V

3

3

RY-MED

5

5

RY-LOW 3 5V
+

3
COOL DEFROST DRY/HEAT TIMER FAN

a

a

7

7

10

9 8 6 7 4
E/SAVER

b c d
g g f b f b

CAPACITOR
2 11

9

9

FAN
12V 12V

e f g
e c e c

CN-PWR
1 12

C

YW396-03AV

3

3

1

d

d

1

1

12V
5V

C01J

0.1/275V

CN-AC/DC
51580-12 52045-1245 STRAIGHT 51581-12(YEONHO) 52044-1245(MOLEX) ANGLE

CN-AC/DC

88 SEGMENT

R01J

120 1/2W

HERM

ZNR01J POWER TRANS

MAIN POWER
1
7

SVC271D-14A SVC271D-14A

12V
D02D
O O I I

COMP
IC01D IC02D

D05D

5V

RY-COMP

G4A-1A-E-LG
2 4

7812
D03D C02D C03D
1000 16V 0.01 25V 0.01 25V 0.1 50V

7805
+

D04D + C01D C04D C05D
1000 35V

FUSE

250VT3.15A

D02D~D05D 1N4004

Schematic Diagram

Wiring Diagram

1
GN/YL (GN)

MOTOR

RY-LOW

RY-MED

CAPACITOR
YL

RY-HI

BK BL RD YL OR

CN-MOTOR

CN-AC/DC

CN-AC/DC

5
DC PCB ASSEMBLY
CN-TH1

2

F C OR(BR) BK H WH(BL) (Ribbed) BK(BR) (Plain) GN/YL (GN) RD CN-PWR ZNR01J DC12V CN-12V POWER TRANS

7
THERMISTOR

6
SWITCH

FUSE 250V/T3.15A

CN-HVB

3
R S BL OLP

H.V. ASSEMBLY
BK RD

4

RY-COMP

3 4

COMP.
C

AC PCB ASSEMBLY AIR FILTER ASSEMBLY

8

WIRING DIAGRAM

S: Service Parts N: Non Service Parts LOCATION NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DESCRIPTION MOTOR ASSY CAPACITOR COMPRESSOR OVERLOAD PROTECTOR DC PCB ASSEMBLY AC PCB ASSEMBLY THERMISTOR PLASMA FILTER ASSY Q'TY PER SET 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 REMARKS S S S S S S S S

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Schematic Diagram

Components Location
1. MAIN P.C.B ASSEMBLY

CN-CON

R01T Q01T J4 Q02T D01T C02T J5 J7

CN-MOTOR

CN-12V

CN-HVB C03T HEAT SINK Q03T

J6

CN-TELE Q04T J2 QIC02DT J3

CN-TH2

PCB:6870A90068D

CN-AC/DC

J1

RY-HI

CN-PWR

RY-MED

ZNR01J R01J

CN-4WAY C01J

IC01D

C02D

C04D C05D RY-LOW

D02D

D03D

D04D

D05D

E03J J8

E02J

E01J

C01D RY-4WAY

RY-COMP

ASSEMBLY:6871A20417C

FUSE 250V/T3.15A

POWER TRANS

E04J

E05J

2. DISPLAY P.C.B. ASSEMBLY

PCB:6870A90067C ASSEMBLY:6871A20418A

22 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting Guide
Piping System

CONDENSER COIL FAN MOTOR COMPRESSOR CAPILLARY TUBE

TURBO FAN

EVAPORATOR COIL

Figure 26 is a brief description of the important components and their function in what is called the refrigeration system. This will help you to understand the refrigeration cycle and the flow of the refrigerant in the cooling cycle.

ROOM AIR CONITIONER
CYCLE OF REFRIGERATION

EVAPORATOR COILS
COMPLETE LIQUID BOIL OFF POINT COOLED AIR SUCTION LINE COOL LOW PRESSURE VAPOR

CONDENSER COILS
VAPOR INLET HOT DISCHARGED AIR

ROOM AIR HEAT LOAD

MOTOR

OUTSIDE COOLING AIR FOR REFRIGERANT PASS THROUGH

COMPRESSOR
OIL

LIQUID PRESSURE DROP

LIQUID OUTLET
(LIQUID REFRIGERANT) CAPILLARY TUBE

HIGH PRESSURE VAPOR LIQUID REFRIGERANT LOW PRESSURE VAPOR

Figure 26

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting Guide
In general, possible trouble is classified in two kinds. The one is called Starting Failure which is caused from an electrical defect, and the other is ineffective Air Conditioning caused by a defect in the refrigeration circuit and improper application.

Unit runs but poor cooling.
Ineffective Cooling

Check cold air circulation for smooth flow.

Check outdoor coil (heat exchanger) & the fan operation.

Check heat load increase.

Dirty indoor coil (Heat exchanger)

Clean condenser. Check gas leakage.

Not on separate circuit. Malfunction of fan Repair gas leak.

Clogged of air filter.

Replacement of unit if the unit is beyond repair.

Check inside gas pressure.

Obstruction at air outlet

Adjusting of refrigerant charged.

Correct above trouble Malfunction of compressor.

Check clogging in refrigeration circuit.

Replacement of compressor.

Repair clogging in refrigeration circuit.

Satisfactory operation with temperature difference of inlet & outlet air ; 44~50°F(7~10°C)

24 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Fails to Start

Check of power source.

Check circuit breaker and fuse.

Check of control switch setting.

Gas leakage of feeler bulb of thermostat

Check of control switch.

Compressor only fails to start.

Fan only fails to start.

Improper wiring. Drop of power voltage. Improper thermostat setting. Defect of compressor capacitor. Loose terminal connection. Capacitor check. Improper wiring. Replacement Replacement of fan motor. Defect of fan motor capacitor.

Irregular motor resistance ( ). Irregular motor insulation ( ).

Irregular motor resistance (

)

Regular but fails to start.

Irregular motor insulation (

) Replacement of compressor (locking of rotor, metal).

Replacement of compressor (Motor damaged)

Service Manual 25

Troubleshooting Guide

Electrical Parts Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Trouble 1 The unit does not operate.

Is the Trans input power AC 115V?

NO

•• Check the Fuse. Check the Fuse. •• Check the wiring diagram. Check the wiring diagram.

YES NO NO

Is the Trans output power about AC 14V? YES

Is shorted the Trans. output?

• Check the Main PCB pattern.

YES

• Replace the Trans. • Replace D02D~D05D. • Replace IC01D.

Is output Voltage of IC01D DC 12V? YES

NO

Is output Voltage of IC02D DC 5V? YES

NO

• Replace IC02D.

Is the reset circuit good? (The No.14 of Micom is 5V.) YES Is the connection between AC and DC OK? YES

NO

• Replace IC01A, C02A.

NO

• Connect connector exactly.

Is the voltage No.18 of Micom DC 5V? YES Replace AC PCB Ass'y.

NO

• Check the PCB pattern.

26 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Trouble 2 The compressor does not operate.

Is setting Temp. set lower than Room Temp.-0.5°C? YES NO

NO

• Select the setting Temp. to lower Number.

Is the voltage No.10 of IC01M 0V? YES • Check the RY-COMP. • Check the wiring Diagram.

Is the voltage N0.9 of IC01M DC 12V? YES • Replace IC01M.

NO

Does the Unit delay for 3 minutes? YES • Wait 3 Minutes.

NO

• Replace MAIN PCB Ass'y.

Possible Trouble 3

The compressor always operate.

Is the wire connection of RY-COMP OK? YES • Check the RY-COMP.

NO

• Connect LEAD Wire to RY-COMP again.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Possible Trouble 4

FAN does not operate.

Is the voltage NO.1 or 2 or 4 of IC01M DC 12V? YES

NO

• Replace IC01M.

Is the voltage NO.16 or 15 or 13 of IC01M 0V? YES • Check the RY-Hi or RY-Med or RY-Lo. • Check the wiring diagram.

NO

• Replace IC01M.

Possible Trouble 5

The function of Energy Saver does not operate.

Is the mode key pushed once more from cool mode? YES

NO

• Set the mode key to Energy Saver mode.

Is the voltage No.3 of CN-AC/DC of AC PCB Ass'y DC 5V? YES • Reference to OWNER'S MANUAL.

NO

• Check the Energy Saver mode key. • Check the pattern of AC & DC PCB.

28 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Trouble 6 Remote controller does not operate.

Is the voltage of Battery over 2.3V? YES Is the voltage No.10 of CN-AC/DC on DC PCB Ass'y DC 5V? YES

NO

• Replace the battery.

NO

••Check the PCB pattern. Check the PCB pattern.

Is the connection of CN-AC/DC OK? YES • Replace Receiver Ass'y.

NO

• Connect connector to CN-AC/DC exactly.

Possible Trouble 7

It displays abnormally on DC PCB Ass’y.

Is IC01G good?

NO

• Replace IC01G.

YES NO Is the connection of CN-AC/DC OK? YES Does the IC03G (Q01G, Q02G, Q03G for Delux Model) operate normally on DC PCB Ass'y? YES • Replace the DC PCB Ass'y. • Replace IC03G (Q01G, Q02G, Q03G for Delux Model). NO • Connect connector to CN-AC/DC exactly.

NO

Service Manual 29

Troubleshooting Guide

Electrical Parts
Possible Trouble 1 The unit does not operate.

Is the Trans input power AC 115V?

NO

•• Check the Fuse. Check the Fuse. •• Check the wiring diagram. Check the wiring diagram.

YES NO NO

Is the Trans output power about AC 14V? YES

Is shorted the Trans. output?

• Check the AC PCB pattern.

YES

• Replace the Trans. • Replace D02D~D05D. • Replace IC01D.

Is output Voltage of IC01D DC 12V? YES

NO

Is output Voltage of IC02D DC 5V? YES

NO

• Replace IC02D.

Is the reset circuit OK? (The No.14 of Micom is 5V.) YES Is the connection between AC and DC OK? YES

NO

• Replace IC01A, C01A.

NO

• Connect connector exactly.

Is the voltage No.40 of Micom DC 5V? YES Replace AC PCB Ass'y.

NO

• Check the PCB pattern.

30 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Trouble 2 The compressor does not operate.

Is desired Temp. set lower than Room Temp.-0.5°C? YES NO

NO

• Select the desired Temp. to lower Number.

Is the voltage No.10 of IC01M 0V? YES • Check the RY-COMP. • Check the wiring Diagram.

Is the voltage N0.9 of IC01M DC 12V? YES • Replace IC01M.

NO

Is the Unit for 3 minutes delay? YES • Wait 3 Minutes.

NO

• Replace AC PCB Ass'y.

Possible Trouble 3

The compressor always operate.

Is the wire connection of RY-COMP OK? YES • Check the RY-COMP.

NO

• Connect LEAD Wire to RY-COMP again.

Service Manual 31

Troubleshooting Guide
Possible Trouble 4 FAN does not operate.

Is the voltage NO.1 or 2 or 4 of IC01M DC 5V? YES

NO

• Replace IC01M.

Is the voltage NO.16 or 15 or 13 of IC01M 0V? YES • Check the RY-Hi or RY-Med or RY-Lo. • Check the wiring diagram.

NO

• Replace IC01M.

Possible Trouble 5

Remote controller does not operate.

Is the voltage of Battery over 2.3V? YES Is the voltage No.10 of CN-AC/DC on AC PCB Ass'y DC 5V? YES

NO

• Replace the battery.

NO

Check the PCB pattern. •• Check the PCB pattern.

Is the connection of CN-AC/DC OK? YES • Replace Receiver Ass'y.

NO

• Connect connector to CN-AC/DC exactly.

32 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Possible Trouble 6

It displays abnormally on DC PCB Ass’y.

Are IC01G and IC02G OK? YES NO Is the connection of CN-AC/DC OK? YES Does the IC03G operate normally on AC PCB Ass'y? YES • Replace the DC PCB Ass'y.

NO

• Replace IC01G, IC02G.

NO

• Connect connector to CN-AC/DC exactly.

NO

• Replace IC03G.

Service Manual 33

Troubleshooting Guide
COMPLAINT Fan motor will not run. No power Power supply cord Wire disconnected or connection loose Capacitor (Discharge capacitor before testing.) Will not rotate CAUSE REMEDY Check voltage at outlet. Correct if none. Check voltage to Control Box. If none, check power supply cord. Replace cord if circuit is open. Connect wire. Refer to wiring diagram for terminal identification. Repair or replace loose terminal. Test capacitor. Replace if not within ±10% of manufacturer's rating. Replace if shorted, open, or damaged. Fan blade hitting shroud or blower wheel hitting scroll. Realign assembly. Units using slinger ring for condenser fan must have 1 /4 to 5/16 inch clearance to the base. If it hits the base, shim up the bottom of the fan motor with mounting screw(s). Check fan motor bearings; if motor shaft will not rotate, replace the motor. Fan motor runs intermittently Revolves on overload. Check voltage. If not within limits, call an electrician. Test capacitor. Check bearings. Does the fan blade rotate freely? If not, replace fan motor. Pay attention to any change from high speed to low speed. If the speed does not change, replace the motor. Fan motor noise. Fan Turbo Loose clamper Worn bearings If cracked, out of balance, or partially missing, replace it. If cracked, out of balance, or partially missing, replace it. Tighten it. If knocking sounds continue when running or loose, replace the motor. If the motor hums or noise appears to be internal while running, replace motor. Check voltage. If not within limits, call an electrician. Check the wire connections, if loose, repair or replace the terminal. If wires are off, refer to wiring diagram for identification, and replace. Check wire locations. If not per wiring diagram, correct.

Compressor will not run, but fan motor runs.

Voltage Wiring

34 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide
COMPLAINT Compressor will not run, but fan motor runs. CAUSE Thermistor REMEDY Check the TEMP control. If not at the lowest number, set TEMP control to this setting and restart the unit. Check the continuity of the thermistor. Replace the thermistor if the circuit is open. Check the capacitor. Replace if not within ±10% of manufacturers rating. Replace if shorted, open, or damaged. Check the compressor for open circuit or ground. If open or grounded, replace the compressor. Check the compressor overload, if externally mounted. Replace if open. (If the compressor temperature is high, remove the overload, cool it, and retest.) Check the voltage. If not within limits, call an electrician. Check overload, if externally mounted. Replace if open. (If the compressor temperature is high, remove the overload, cool, and retest.) If not running, determine the cause. Replace if required. Remove the cabinet. inspect the interior surface of the condenser; if restricted, clean carefully with a vacuum cleaner (do not damage fins) or brush. Clean the interior base before reassembling. If condenser fins are closed over a large area on the coil surface, head pressures will increase, causing the compressor to overload. Straighten the fins or replace the coil. Test capacitor. Check the terminals. If loose, repair or replace. Check the system for a restriction. If restricted, clean of replace. Close if open. Determine if the unit is properly sized for the area to be cooled. Check the set screw or clamp. If loose or missing, correct. If the turbo or fan is hitting air guide, rearrange the air handling parts. Remove the cabinet carefully and rearrange tubing not to contact cabinet, compressor, shroud, and barrier.

Capacitor (Discharge capacitor before servicing.) Compressor Overload

Compressor cycles on overload.

Voltage Overload

Compressor cycles on overload.

Fan motor Condenser air flow restriction

Condenser fins (damaged)

Compressor cycles on overload.

Capacitor Wiring Refrigerating system

Insufficient cooling or heating

Air filter Exhaust damper door Unit undersized

Excessive noise

Turbo or fan

Copper tubing

Service Manual 35

Exploded View

Exploded View
Owner's Manual

130910

738290

554030 149980

148000

346811 359012 W48602

W48602 559011 352390

354212 267110

147582 147581

152312

349001-2 135312 567502 349480

152302

554160

130410 135313 550140

249950 268712 237200 268714 W0CZZ 135500

352115

552102

238310

263230 264110

352113 35211A

36 Room Air Conditioner

Replacement Parts List

Replacement Parts List
LOCATION NO.

DESCRIPTION BASE ASSEMBLY,WELD[SINGLE] CABINET ASSEMBLY,SINGLE GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FRONT(SINGLE) GRILLE,INLET COVER LOUVER,HORIZONTAL

PART NO. L8004R 3041A10041H 3091A10056A 3531A24016A 3530A10238A 3550A30226A 4758A20064A 4758A20040C 4758A20040D 4800A30002C 4998A10036A 5231A20023A 3720A10111C 4995A10113D 6871A20417C 3831A20021L 6871A20418A 6323A20004P 6411A20037C 4681A20140A 4900A20020A 4900A20020B 4948A20030A 5211A25020A 5211A22017A 5211A21237A 5211A22016A 5239A20019A 5421A10043A 5403A20180A 5416A90007A 5900A20015A 5900A20020A 3H02932B HBLG8004R M8004R

REMARK R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R

130410 130910 135312 135313 135500 147581

3041A10041H 3041A10041H 3091A10056A 3091A10056A 3531A24017A 3531A24020A 3530A10239A 3530A10236A 3550A30226A 3550A30226A 4758A20064A 4758A20069A 4758A20040C 4758A20040C 4758A20040D 4758A20040D 4800A30002C 4800A30002C 4998A10036A 4998A10036A 5231A20023A 5231A20023A 3720A10111C 3720A10111C 4995A10113G 4995A10113J 6871A20417C 6871A20417C 3831A20021E 3831A10046A 6871A20418A 6871A20418A 6323A20004P 6323A20004P 6411A20037C 6411A20037C 4681A20140A 4681A20140A 4900A20020A 4900A20020A 4900A20020B 4900A20020B 4948A20030A 4948A20030A 5211A25020A 5211A25020A 5211A22017A 5211A22017A 5211A21237A 5211A21237A 5211A22016A 5211A22016A 5239A20019A 5239A20019A 5421A10043A 5421A10043A 5403A20180A 5403A20180A 5416A90007A 5416A90007A 5900A20015A 5900A20015A 5900A20020A 5900A20020A 3H02932B 3H02932B

147582-1 LOUVER,VERTICAL 147582-2 LOUVER,VERTICAL 148000 159980 152302 237200 249950 268712 238310 268714 263230 264110 346811 BRACE SHROUD FILTER ASSEMBLY,AIR CLEANER PANEL,CONTROL CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,SINGLE PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN(AC) ESCUTCHEON PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN(DC) THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY POWER CORD ASSEMBLY MOTOR ASSEMBLY,SINGLE

349001-1 DAMPER,VENTILATION 349001-2 DAMPER,VENTILATION 349480 352115 35211A 352113 552111 552102 352390 354212 554030 550140 554160 559010 359012 267110 W48602 W0CZZ ORIFICE TUBE ASSEMBLY,EVAPORATOR IN TUBE ASSEMBLY,SUCTION SINGLE TUBE ASSEMBLY,DISCHARGE SINGLE TUBE ASSEMBLY,CONDENSER OUT TUBE ASSEMBLY,CAPILLARY AIR GUIDE ASSEMBLY EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,FIRST CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,FIRST ANTI-VIBRATION BUSH COMPRESSOR SET FAN, AXIAL FAN, TURBO REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY CLAMP, SPRING CAPACITOR, DRAWING

5040AR4195A 5040AR4195A 5040AR4195A

6711A20034G 6711A20056S 6711A20034C 0CZZA20005B 0CZZA20005B 0CZZA20005B

Service Manual 37

Replacement Parts List

Replacement Parts List
LOCATION NO.

DESCRIPTION BASE ASSEMBLY,WELD[SINGLE] CABINET ASSEMBLY,SINGLE GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FRONT(SINGLE) GRILLE,INLET COVER LOUVER,HORIZONTAL

PART NO. CL8000ER 3041A10041H 3091A10056B 3531A24016A 3530A10238A 3550A30226A 4758A20064A 4758A20040C 4758A20040D 4800A30002C 4998A10038A 5231A20023A 3720A10111C 6871A20417C 3831A20021L 6871A20418A 6323A20004P 6411A20037C 4681A20140A 4900A20020A 4900A20020B 4948A20030A 5211A25022A 5211A22029B 5211A24011A 5211A21269A 5211A22042A 5239A20019A 5421A10047B 5403A22003A 5040AR4195A 5416A90007A 5900A20015A 5900A20020A 6711A20034G 3H02932B L1004R 3041A10041K 3091A10056A 3531A24016A 3530A10238A 3550A30226A 4758A20064A 4758A20040C 4758A20040D 4800A30002C 4998A10038A 5231A20023A 3720A10111C 6871A20417C 3831A20021L 6871A20418A 6323A20004P 6411A20037D 4681A20140B 4900A20020A 4900A20020B 4948A20030A 5211A25022A 5211A22029A 5211A21268A 5211A21269A 5211A23020A 5239A20019A 5421A10047B 5403A20190A 4830AR4335A 2520UCAK030 5900A20015A 5900A20020A 6711A20034G 3H02932B HBLG1004R 3041A10041K 3091A10056A 3531A24017A 3530A10239A 3550A30226A 4758A20064A 4758A20040C 4758A20040D 4800A30002C 4998A10038A 5231A20023A 3720A10111C 4995A10113H 6871A20417C 3831A20021E 6871A20418A 6323A20004P 6411A20037D 4681A20140B 4900A20020A 4900A20020B 4948A20030A 5211A25022A 5211A22029A 5211A21268A 5211A21269A 5211A23020A 5239A20019A 5421A10047B 5403A20190A M8004R 3041A10041K 3091A10056A 3531A24020A 3530A10236A 3550A30226A 4758A20069A 4758A20040C 4758A20040D 4800A30002C 4998A10038A 5231A20023A 3720A10111C 4995A10113K 6871A20417C 3831A10046A 6871A20418A 6323A20004P 6411A20037D 4681A20140B 4900A20020A 4900A20020B 4948A20030A 5211A25022A 5211A22029A 5211A21268A 5211A21269A 5211A23020A 5239A20019A 5421A10047B 5403A20190A

REMARK R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R

130410 130910 135312 135313 135500 147581

147582-1 LOUVER,VERTICAL 147582-2 LOUVER,VERTICAL 148000 159980 152302 237200 249950 268712 238310 268714 263230 264110 346811 BRACE SHROUD FILTER ASSEMBLY,AIR CLEANER PANEL,CONTROL CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,SINGLE PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN(AC) ESCUTCHEON PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN(DC) THERMISTOR ASSEMBLY POWER CORD ASSEMBLY MOTOR ASSEMBLY,SINGLE

4995A10113D 4995A10113E

349001-1 DAMPER,VENTILATION 349001-2 DAMPER,VENTILATION 349480 352115 35211A 352113 552111 552102 352390 354212 554030 550140 554160 559010 359012 267110 W48602 W0CZZ ORIFICE TUBE ASSEMBLY,EVAPORATOR IN TUBE ASSEMBLY,SUCTION SINGLE TUBE ASSEMBLY,DISCHARGE SINGLE TUBE ASSEMBLY,CONDENSER OUT TUBE ASSEMBLY,CAPILLARY AIR GUIDE ASSEMBLY EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY,FIRST CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,FIRST ANTI-VIBRATION BUSH COMPRESSOR SET FAN, AXIAL FAN, TURBO REMOTE CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY CLAMP, SPRING CAPACITOR, DRAWING

4830AR4335A 4830AR4335A 2520UCAK030 2520UCAK030 5900A20015A 5900A20020A 6711A20056S 3H02932B 5900A20015A 5900A20020A 6711A20034C 3H02932B

0CZZA20005B 0CZZA20001N

0CZZA20001N 0CZZA20001N

38 Room Air Conditioner

Memo

Service Manual 39

P/NO:3828A20472A

February, 2004 Printed in China

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