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Technical Service Manual

HISENSE

TECHNICAL SERVICE MANUAL

WINDOW TYPE
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

This service manual is intended for use by individuals possessing


adequate backgrounds of electrical, electronic and mechanical experience.
Any attempt to repair the appliance may result in personal injury and
property damage. The manufacturer or seller cannot be responsible for
the interpretation of this information, nor can it assume any liability in
connection with its use.
The information, specifications and parameter are subject to change due
to technical modification or improvement without any prior notice. The
accurate specifications are presented on the nameplate label.

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CONTENT

CHAPTER 1 PRODUCTS----------------------------------------1
CHAPTER 2 FEATURES-----------------------------------------2
CHAPTER 3 OPERATING RANGE--------------------------- 3
CHAPTER 4 WIRING DIAGRAMS-----------------------------4
CHAPTER 5 REMOTE CONTROLLER-----------------------5
CHAPTER 6 TROUBLESHOOTING--------------------------7
CHAPTER 7 EXPLODED VIEW--------------------------------8
CHAPTER 8 PARTS LIST…………………………………10

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CHAPTER 1 PRODUCTS

Window Type Room Air Conditioner

No. Model No. Model


1 HAWC09D(AW-09CR4FER4) 2 HAWC12D(AW-12CR4FDR4)

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CHAPTER 2 FEATURES

MODE DESCRIPTION

COOLING Cools, dehumidifies and filters the room air. Maintains desired room temperature.

FAN ONLY Re-circulates and filters the room air. Maintains constant air movement in the room.

The appliance automatically selects the indoor fan speed in accordance to the room
temperature. At the start, the appliance operates at high fan speed. As the room
AUTO FAN
temperature gets closer to the set temperature, the fan switches to a lower speed
for quieter operation.(For Electronic Type)

FAN SPEED
The appliance can set at different indoor fan motor speed by pressing the FAN
HIGH
SPEED button on the remote controller.(Only For Electronic Type)
MEDIUM
LOW

TEMP. SET Press DOWN button once, the set temperature is decreased by 1℃.
UP Press UP button once, the set temperature is increased by 1℃. (For Electronic
DOWN Type)

Automatically switches the appliance ON at preset time intervals, ensuring a


TIMER comfortable environment before you return home, or switches OFF the appliance
automatically when you sleep without wasting electricity. (For Electronic Type)

When the room temperature is higher than the setting temperature 2 ℃ , the
compressor is on. When the room temperature is lower than the setting
ENERGY
temperature, the compressor is off and the fan motor runs low speed..
SAVING
When the room temperature is lower than 19℃, the unit turns off. (For Electronic
Type)

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CHAPTER 3 OPERATING RANGE

1. TEMPERATURE RANGE FOR T1 CLIMATE AIR CONDITIONER

l The preset temperature of the appliance ranges from 19℃ to 31℃.

l The ambient temperature of the cooling only air conditioner ranges from
18℃to 43℃.

l The rated cooling operation test condition is as following.

Indoor DB/WB temperature: 27℃/19℃

outdoor DB/WB temperature: 35℃/24℃

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CHAPTER 4 WIRING DIAGRAMS


1.HAWC09D(AW-09CR4FER4)

2.HAWC12D(AW-12CR4FDR4)

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CHAPTER 6 REMOTOE CONTROLLER

The remote controller transmits signals to the system.

1 Power button
The appliance will be started when it is ener-
gized or will be stopped when it is in operati-
1 2 on, if you press this button.
Po w er T ime r

3 4 2 Timer button
M ode Used to set or cancel timer operation.
5 6 3 Mode button
Auto M id
Used to select the operation mode.
7 8
Hig h Low
_ 4 Power Saver button
9 + Used to select the Energy-saving mode.
Te mp/Tim e

5 Auto button
Used to select the Auto fan speed mode.

6 Mid button
Used to select the Mid fan speed mode.

7 High button
Used to select the high fan speed mode.

8 Low button
Used to select the Low fan speed mode.

9 - + buttons
Used to set room temperature in COOLING
mode or used to set time in TIMER mode.

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CHAPTER 9 TROUBLESHOOTING
Warning: Disconnect unit from electrical power supply before making any
electrical checks.

Trouble Check Result Cause Remedy


Fan Motor and § Supply Voltage § Less than 10% by § Temporary or § Consult ELECTRICIAN, If
Compressor § Fuse Box or Rated. Permanent? permanent.
won’t run. Circuit Breaker. § Open Contacts. § Customer § Repair Open Circuit.
§ Power cord or § Pulled loose or Restarted unit § WAIT FOR 3 MINUTES.
Wiring Harness. Shorted. immediately without § Repair or Replace it.
§ Thermostat § Higher than room waiting 3 minutes. § Set it LOWER.
Setting. temp.

Fan Motor won’t § Objects around § Locked Fan. § Fan Hitting Cowling § Adjust Fan position setting
run Fan § Shorted / Open § Foreign Materials. screw.
(Compressor run). § RESISTANCE circuit. § Frozen Bearings. § Remove Foreign Materials.
between Wires. § OHM Meter doesn’t § Shorted or Burned § Replace Fan Motor.
§ Capacitor Fan Deflect. out. § Replace Fan Motor.
Motor. § No contacts at § Capacitor Defect. § Replace Capacitor Fan.
§ Main Control Position Shown. § Main Control § Replace Main Control
Switch Switch defect. Switch.

Compressor won’t § Thermostat § Higher than room § Winding Coil § Set it lower.
run (Fan run). setting. temp. touched to the § Replace Compressor.
§ RESISTANCE § Shorted. compressor shell. § Replace Compressor.
between Terminal § Infinity between § Rear Shorted or § Replace Overload
and the Compressor Terminals. Burnt out. Protector.
Body. § OHM Meter doesn’t § Overload § Replace Capacitor
§ RESISTANCE deflect. Protector defect. Compressor.
between Terminals. § No click heard. § Capacitor defect. § Replace Thermostat.
§ Overload § No contacts at § Thermostat § Replace Main Control
Protector. Position Shown. defect. Switch.
§ Capacitor § Main Control
Compressor. Switch defect. .
§ Thermostat.
§ Main Control
Switch.

Air Swing won’t § Main Control § High or Low Fan § Open circuit. § Set it High or Low Cool.
run. Switch. setting. § Shorted or open § Set it ON.
§ Air Swing § OFF position. circuit. § Replace Air Swing
Switch. § No contact at Switch.
§ Resistance position. § Replace Air Swing Motor.
between wires. § OHM Meter doesn’t
deflect.
Insufficient § Thermostat § Higher than room § Reduces capacity. § Set it lower.
cooling. Setting. temp. § Restricted air § Close Vent. door.
§ Ventilation door § Open. circulation. § Clean or replace Air Filter.
open. § Clogged or dirty. § Restricted Heat § Consider building an
§ Air filter dirty. § Sunlight hitting Exchanger. AWNING.
§ Location of outdoor side. § Restricted Heat § Remove obstacles or
installation. § Obstacles. Exchanger. reinstall unit.
§ Evaporator/ § Clogged or dirty. § Restricted air § Clean the coils.
Condenser Coil § Not satisfied. circulation. § Replace the unit with
obstructed. § REFER TO § Leakage of bigger one.
§ Unit capacity for PERFORMANCE refrigerant or § Locate repair leak.
the room too small. EVALUATION. refrigeration system is § Flush refrigeration cycle.
§ Temp difference blocked.
and running current.
Noise. § Source of Noise § Vibration. § Faulty installation. § Reinstall unit or
§ Intermittent Noise. § Fan hitting Reinforce the installation.
objects. § Adjust Fan position or
§ Refrigerant tubing remove foreign materials.
touching each other. § About 1/2” Clearance
§ Fan splashing needed.
Drain Water. § Normal occurrence.
Water dripping § Unit installation. § Tilted to inside § Restricted run off. § Tilt unit to outside slightly.
inside room. § Drain Tray- room. § Clogged or § Remove the foreign
Styrofoam pieces § Clogged. blocked. materials.
blocking drain
channel.
Frozen § Thermostat § Set too low for § Outdoor temp. low § Set the Main Control Knob
Evaporator setting. ambient conditions. (Night time). to Fan to melt ice and set the
§ Air filter § Clogged or Dirty. § Restricted air Temp. Control to higher
/Evaporator. § REFER TO circulation. temperature.
§ Temp. difference PERFORMANCE § Leakage of § Clean Air filter /Evaporator.
and running current. EVALUATION. refrigerant or § Locate and repair leak.
refrigeration system is § Flush refrigeration cycle.
blocked.

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CHAPTER EXPLODED VIEWS


1. HAWC09D(AW-09CR4FER4)

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2.HAWC12D(AW-12CR4FDR4)

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