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ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

INDOOR UNIT
SH12VCD SH09VCD

OUTDOOR UNIT
SH12VCDX SH09VCDX

SERVICE
AIR CONDITIONER

Manual
CONTENTS 1. Precautions 2. Product Specifications 3. Operating Instructions and Installation 4. Disassembly and Reassembly 5. Troubleshooting 6. Exploded Views and Parts List 7. PCB Diagrams 8. Wiring Diagrams

1. Precautions
1. Warning: Prior to repair, disconnect the power cord from the circuit breaker. 2. Use proper parts: Use only exact replacement parts. (Also, we recommend replacing parts rather than repairing them.) 3. Use the proper tools: Use the proper tools and test equipment, and know how to use them. Using defective tools or test equipment may cause problems later-intermittent contact, for example. 4. Power Cord: Prior to repair, check the power cord and replace it if necessary. 5. Avoid using an extension cord, and avoid tapping into a power cord. This practice may result in malfunction or fire. 6. After completing repairs and reassembly, check the insulation resistance. Procedure: Prior to applying power, measure the resistance between the power cord and the ground terminal. The resistance must be greater than 30 megaohms. 7. Make sure that the grounds are adequate. 8. Make sure that the installation conditions are satisfactory. Relocate the unit if necessary. 9. Keep children away from the unit while it is being repaired. 10. Be sure to clean the unit and its surrounding area.
Fig. 1-3 No Kids Nearby!

Fig. 1-1 Avoid Dangerous Contact

Fig. 1-2 No Tapping and No Extension Cords

Fig. 1-4 Clean the Unit

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2. Product Specifications
2-1 Table
Model(Indoor/Outdoor) Item Power Source Capacity Energy efficiency ratio Air Flow Moisture removal Noise level Indoor(Hi/Mid/Low) Noise level Outdoor Capacity Energy efficiency ratio Air Flow Noise level Indoor(Hi/Mid/Low) Noise level Outdoor Available voltage range Running amperes Cooling Power input Power factor Running amperes Electrical Heating Power input Rating Power factor Starting current Fuse capacity Power cord Cable-connector Type Com- Model name pressor Oil/Quantity Safety devices Model name Indoor Running capacitor Fan motor Model name Outdoor Running capacitor Narrow tube : Liquid Refrigerant tube Wide tube : Gas Cooling Capillary tube Heating Refrigerant to charge (R22) Additional Refrigerant (R22) Indoor unit : W x H x D Dimension Outdoor unit : W x H x D Indoor unit Weight Outdoor unit Heating Remark : Test condition Cooling test Heating test ø-V-Hz W Btu/h Btu/wh m3/min \/h dBA W Btu/h Btu/wh m3/min dBA V A W % A W % A AxV AxV mm3 x G CC µF x VAC µF x VAC mmxMT mmxMT mm mm gr gr/m mm mm Kg Kg SH12VCD/SH12VCDX 1-220 / 240-50 3510(2340~4100) 12000(8000~14000) 9.0(11~7.7) 7.8 1.9 39 / 37 / 35 52 3800(2550~4980) 13000(8700~17000) 9.3(11.9~7.5) 8.3 39 / 37 / 35 53 187~264 5.9(3.2~8.2), MAX12A↓ 1330(720~1820) 97.1(96.3~96.5) 6.1(3.3~10.0), MAX12↓ 1400(730~2260) 99.8(96.2~98.3) 12↓ 3.15 x 250 / 20 x 250 15 x 250 1.5 x 4 Single Rotary 48A135RV2EL SUN ISO4GSD-T / 410 204CT AMPFS-022WTVA 1.2 x 450 AMASS-020WTVB 1.7 x 450 OD 6.35 x 5 OD 12.7 x 5 1.7 x 800 780 30 790 x 245 x 165 750 x 530 x 245 8 42 SH09VCD/SH09VCDX 1-220 / 240-50 2630(1640~3010) 9000(5600~10300) 8.6(10.8~7.8) 6.5 1.5 38 / 36 / 34 52 3310(1900~4100) 11300(6500~14000) 9.8(12.0~9.1) 7.1 38 / 36 / 34 53 187~264 4.6(2.5~5.8), MAX12↓ 1040(520~1315) 98.3(90.4~98.6) 5.2(2.6~6.7), MAX12↓ 1152(545~1530) 94.5(90.4~99.3) 12↓ 3.15 x 250 / 20 x 250 15 x 250 1.5 x 4 Single Rotary 44B092QV2EL SUN ISO4GSD-T / 360 204CT AMPFS-022WTVA 1.2 x 450 AMASS-020WTVB 1.7 x 450 OD 6.35 x 5 OD 9.52 x 5 ID1.5 x 1000 670 20 790 x 245 x 165 750 x 530 x 245 8 39 Outdoor room DB35˚C / WB24˚C DB7˚C / WB6˚C Remark

Cooling

Performance

JAPAN SUN OIL

More 5m

Indoor room DB27˚C / WB19˚C DB20˚C / - -

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2-2-1 Indoor Unit

(Front view)

Air in

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245

165

Air out

(Remote control)

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Installation plate

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P roduct Specifications 2-2-2 Outdoor Unit 10 10 600 (Front view) 256 (Rear view) 443 720 765 532 145 55 245 Samsung Electronics 2-3 .

2-3 Refrigerating Cycle Block Diagram INDOOR UNIT Capillary tube T1 2-way valve Liquid side OUTDOOR UNIT Heat exchanger (Evaporator) Heat exchanger (Condenser) T2 Gas side 3-way valve 4-way valve Cooling Compressor Heating Gas leak check point 2-4 Samsung Electronics Propeller fan Cross fan .

up button. down button. press the (Set/Cancel) button. press the (5 way) button one or more times until the desired mode is selected. 9 To select the 5 way function with the remote control. 4 Press until the appearance. To cancel. press the (Set/Cancel) button. the air conditioner cools or heats the room as quickly as possible. Temp. : Fan Only : Heat Mode 3 5 6 Adjust air flow vertically. To increase the temperature by the pressing the temperature button. the airconditioner is reset automatically to the previous mode. Operating Instructions and Installation 3-1 Operating Instructions 3-1-1 The Feature of Key in remote controller NO 1 (UP) 2 (DOWN) FEATURE OF KEY FUNCTION OF KEY Power On/Off button to start and stop airconditioner or timer set up. Samsung Electronics 3-1 .3. the sleep timer can be used when you are cooling or heating your room to switch the air conditioner off automatically after a period of six hours. FAN SPEED is changed in the following order. To cancel. To decrease the temperature by the pressing the temperature button. each 5 way indicator on the indoor unit lights up in order. After 30minutes. Each time you press this button. 8 The Off Timer enables you to switch off the air conditioner automatically after a given period of time that is from 30 minutes to 24 hours. 7 The ON Timer enables you to switch on the air conditioner automatically after a given period of time that is from 30 minutes to 24 hours. MODE is changed in the following order. Each time you press this button. Temp. Each time you press the (5 way) button. : Auto Mode : Cool Mode : Dry Mode Press until the appearance.

*According to the outdoor and indoor temperatures while starting the operation. dehumidifying and heating is selected automatically to operate. HEAT MODE : The unit operates according to the difference between the setting and room temperature. dehumidifying mode) is kept for 60 minutes during the change-over operation. 3-2 Samsung Electronics . then switch to the selected fan speed. *The operation mode shall be set again if the other condition different from that of the operating conditions(cooling. one of the modes from the cooling.(setting Temp.(setting Temp. This period is to allow the indoor unit's heatexchanger to prewarm until emitting warm air. 1) Mode selection for operation start 2) Mode selection during the operation Outdoor temperature Indoor temperature Operation Wind Set temperature type volume 28˚C 27˚C Automatic 26˚C 25˚C to be set automatically by controller Dehumid. COOL MODE : The unit operates according to the difference between the setting and room temperature. heating.: 16°C~30°C) *Prevention against cold wind : For about 3~5 minutes after initial operation (thermo control or “de-ice”).according to the fying indoor temperature at the operation start. 23˚C 21˚C 31˚C over 29˚C over 31˚C less 21˚C over 27˚C over 29˚C less Cooling 25˚C over 27˚C less 21˚C over 18˚C over 21˚C less 18˚C less 18˚C less 25˚C less All area 27˚C over 21˚C over 23˚C less Heating 21˚C less Outdoor temperature Indoor temperature Operation type Set temperature Wind volume 31˚C over 29˚C over 31˚C less 21˚C over 27˚C over 29˚C less Cooling 25˚C over 27˚C less 21˚C over 18˚C over 21˚C less 18˚C less 18˚C over 21˚C less 18˚C less 25˚C less 23˚C over 27˚C over 23˚C less 27˚C less 28˚C 27˚C Automatic 26˚C 25˚C to be set automatically by controller Dehumid. 23˚C 21˚C 2.: 18°C~30°C) 3. set the MODE on “AUTO”. AUTO CHANGEOVER FUNCTION : *To operate in the “Auto change over” mode. the indoor fan will either not operate or operate very slowly.Operating Instructions and Installation 3-1-2 Name & Function of Key in remote controller 1.according to the fying indoor temperature at the operation start. to be set automatically by controller according to the indoor temperaHeating ture at the operation start.

The operating is the same function as AUTO MODE in the remote controller. 4. the mode is set on “AUTO”. When this button is pressed at first. *Memory louver : When ON/OFF button is pressed at stop state. room temperature. SWING : BLADE-H is rotated vertically by the stepping motor. TURBO MODE : This mode is available in AUTO. *In HEAT mode : The setting temperature is automatically droped by 1°C each 1hour. the air conditioner is operated in “powerful” state for 30 minutes regardless of the set temperature. turbo operation mode is canceled and returned to the previous mode. FAN SPEED : Manual (3 step). STD(standard) ➝ NATURE ➝ POWER(High-speed) ➝ Saving(PowerSaving) ➝ SILENCE ❊ STD(standard)( ) : General operation Mode ❊ NATURE( ) : The unit is operated according to health pattern control ❊ POWER( ) : The unit is operated in powerful state ❊ SAVING( ) : The unit is operated in power saving state ❊ SILENCE( ) : The unit is operated quitely Each mode has Auto(Cool or Heat) operation designed in advance. the tact key in indoor unit can be used. Samsung Electronics 3-3 . 6. When the temperature has been droped by total of 2°C. DRY. FAN MODE. or when the operating time is 30 minutes. *In COOL mode : The setting temperature is automatically raised by 1°C each 1hour When the temperature has been raised by total of 2°C. SLEEP MODE : Sleep mode is available only in COOL or HEAT mode. it is changed into AUTO mode automatically. HEAT. that temperature is maintained. When this button is pressed again. that temperature is maintained. When started with this key. (Cooling area/COMPor ON/OFF area/Monitoring area) ➟ Cooling area : same as the cool mode ➟ COMPor ON/OFF area : repeat of COMPor frequency 36[Hz] for 4 minutes operation/0[Hz](off) for 6 minutes ➟ Monitoring area : COMPor off. the operation frequency of compressor is controlled as each area. COMPULSORY OPERATION : For operating the air conditioner without the remote controller. *But. the BLADE-H returns to its original location which is operating state before stop. De-ice ends by sensing of the processing time by de-ice Condition. if you press the TURBO button in DRY or FAN mode. 8. Auto (4 step) Fan speed automatically varies depending on the difference between setting and the room temperature. 7. 5WAY function is changed in the following order. The operation will stop after 6 hours. DRY MODE : *According to the difference between the set temperature (Ts) and indoor temperature (Tr). *De-ice : Deicing operation is controlled by outdoor unit's heat exchanger temperature and accumulating time of compressor's operation. COOL. 9.Operating Instructions and Installation *High temperature release function : The outdoor unit and compressor ON/OFF is controlled for safety operation when heat exchanger of indoor unit is over heated. 5. Each time you press this key.

OFF TIMER : The air Conditioner is turned OFF at a specified time using .heatsink temp-sensor Abnormal communication (Indoor .Operating Instructions and Installation *Swing Set : Press the button under the remote control is displayed on LCD the and the blades move up and down. 24-Hour ON/OFF Real Setting Timer.deice temp-sensor . BUZZER SOUND : Whenever the ON/OFF button is pressed or whenever change occurs to the condition which is set up or select. : The air conditioner is turned ON at a specified time using . *OFF TIMER : Both timer and operation LED lights on. blade location is stop. 11. the compulsory operation mode. *ON TIMER : Only timer LED lights on. buzzer is sounded "beep". 3-4 Samsung Electronics . 10.discharge temp-sensor .Outdoor unit) Abnormal increase of operation current Abnormal increase of discharge and OLP temperature Over current of IPM circuit Trouble of the PTC circuit of the outdoor Trouble of AC current sensor(open/short) and Leakage of refrigerant (R-22) X TIMER STD NATURE POWER SAVING SILENCE X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 12.outdoor temp-sensor .OLP temp-sensor . SELF Diagnosis Indoor unit Outdoor unit Description LAMP of inverter PBA Yellow X X X X X X X X Blue Red : Lamp on : Lamp flickering X : Lamp off Normal operation and communication (Indoor-Outdoor unit) Abnormal communication (Indoor-Outdoor unit) Trouble of the control power of the outdoor Abnormal communication (Sub-Main micom) No zero-crossing signal X Trouble of option setting Abnormal increase of discharge temperature Abnormal increase of OLP temperature Abnormal increase of operation current Over current of IPM circuit Over voltage of IPM circuit Over voltage and current of PFC circuit Trouble of DC link voltage circuit X X Trouble of discharge temp-sensor (open/short) Trouble of outdoor temp-sensor (open/short) Trouble of de-ice temp-sensor (open/short) Trouble of OLP temp-sensor (open/short) Trouble of AC current sensor (open/short) and Leakage of refrigerant(R-22) LAMP of Display Monitor Description : Lamp on : Lamp flickering X : Lamp off Indoor unit room temperature sensor error(open or short) Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature sensor error(open or short) Indoor fan motor mal function EEPROM error option error Outdoor unit temperature sensor error (open or short) . If the one more time press the button.

2. Samsung Electronics 3-5 . Make sure that you install the remote control unit in an area free from obstacles such as curtains etc. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area not blocking the traffic. Maintain a height between the indoor and outdoor units. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area allowing good air handling and endurance of vibration of the indoor unit.3-2 Installation 3-2-1 Selecting Area for Installation Select an area for installation that is suitable to the customer's needs. and easy drainage for condensed water. 2. 5. 5. 8. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area which provides easy pipe connection with the outdoor unit. Add 20 grams of refrigerant (R-22) for every 1 meter if the pipe length exceeds the standard pipe length of 5 meters. and where there is no source of heat. (Install a separate sunblind if exposed to direct sun light. (Fix the unit firmly if it is mounted in a high place. Contact your dealer for advice. 3-2-1(c) Remote Control Unit 1. Make sure that you install the remote control unit in an area away from TVs. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area providing good ventilation and which is not dusty. 7. 6. 4. audio units. 3. It must not be blocked by any obstacle affecting the airflow near the air inlet and the air outlet. 3. areas where sulfuric gas is present such as hot spring areas. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area free from animals or plants. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area easy to drain condensed water from the indoor unit. It must not be blocked by an obstacle affecting the airflow near the air inlet and the air outlet. salty areas such as coast areas. 3-2-1(b) Outdoor Unit 1. cordless phones. 3-2-1(a) Indoor Unit 1. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area which provides easy connection within the maximum allowable length of a coolant pipe(15 meters). 4. 2. audio units.) 2. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area providing good ventilation. Note 1. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area from which hot or cool air is spread evenly in a room.) 3. 7. 6. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area where there is no source of heat or vapor nearby. which may block signals from the remote control unit. not amplifying noise or vibration. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in an area which is large enough to accommodate the measurements. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area not exposed to the rain or direct sun light. cordless phones. Make sure that you install the outdoor unit in area allowing good air moment. Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area away from TVs. Make sure that you install the remote control unit in an area not exposed to direct sunlight. fluorescent lighting fixtures and other electrical appliances (at least 1 meter). Make sure that you install the indoor unit in an area which is large enough to accomodate the measurements shown in figure on the next page. Caution It is harmful to the air conditioner if it is used in the following environments: greasy areas (including areas near machines). especially to avoid disturbing neighbours. fluorescent lighting fixtures and other electrical appliances (at least 1 meter).

Open the refrigerant tank and fill with refrigerant until the rated pressure is reached. Check the pressure indicated by the pressure gauge(low pressure side). *All lamps blink on the indoor unit. Close the 3-way valve. Compound gauge High pressure gauge Hand wheel Finger tight fittings 6. For mounting other and of hose when not in use Connected to high pressure side Charging line 7. Purge air(for new installation only). 9. Close the cap of each valve. Stop operation of the air conditioner. 4. connect the pressure gauge(low pressure side) to the service valve. Connect the tank to refill with Refrigerant Press this ON/OFF Switch for 5sec. Turn the 3-way valve clockwise to close. 3-6 Samsung Electronics R-22 . and open the 3-way valve again.Operating Instructions and Installation 3-2-2(a) Refrigerant Refill • Refill an air-conditioner with refrigerant when refrigerant has been leaked at installing or using. Suspension hook 5. 3. 8. And then the Airconditioner operating on rating speed. * It is recommended not to pour the refrigerant in too quickly. 2. but gradually while operating a pressure valve. 1. Set the unit to Low pressure checking mode. * Press the ON/OFF switch for 5 second. disconnect the pressure gauge. and open the 3-way valve again. * Refer to Low pressure graph.

0 24.8 27. 3-2-2(c) Flare unt fixing torque Outter diameter ø 6.(˚C) 6 Low Pressure 5.5 Outdoor inlet air DB temp.0 24. 12000Btu) (Liquid Side) ø 9.0 21.52 (9000Btu) (Gas Side) ø 12.6 28.0 21.5 5 4.5 5 4.5 Low Pressure 6 5.Operating Instructions and Installation • MODEL NAME : SH12VCD(SH12VCDX) 6.4 30.6 28.7 (12000Btu) (Gas Side) Torque (kg-cm) Fixing Torque 160 Final Torque 200 300 350 500 550 Samsung Electronics 3-7 .(˚C) 3-2-2(b) Refrigerant Adjustment Class Connection Pipe Length 5m (standard) Air-Purge Method Refer to the detailed Air-Purge Procedure For installation Refrigerant Adjustment Unnecessary Purge air using a vaccum pump or an additional refrigerant cylinder. Add 20g of refrigerant (R-22) for every 1m.(˚C) Outdoor inlet air DB temp.35 (9000Btu.5 Indoor Inlet air DB temp.(˚C) 6.5 20 25 30 35 40 45 32.8 27.5 • MODEL NAME : SH09VCD(SH09VCDX) 7 Indoor Inlet air DB temp.4 30. Air-Purge Method For service Refrigerant Quantity refer to specification sheet 6~15m Add 20g of refrigerant (R-22) for every 1m.5 4 20 25 30 35 40 45 32.5 4 3.

Caution.4. and right handle and pull to open the inlet grille. Disassembly and Reassembly Stop operation of the air conditioner and remove the power cord before repairing the unit. 4-1 Samsung Electronics . 4-1 Indoor Unit No 1 Parts Front Grille Procedure 1) Stop the air conditioner operation and block the main power. Remark 3) Contract the second finger to the left. 6) Loosen three fixing screws of front grille. 5) Loosen one of the right fixing screw and seperate the terminal cover. 8) Pull softly the lower part of discharge and push it up. Assemble the front panel and fix the hooks of left and right. 7) Pull the upper left and right of discharge softly for the outside cover to be pulled out. 2) Seperate tape of front panel upper. *Taking off the deodorizing filter. 4) Take the left and right filter out.

6) Lifting the heat exchanger up a little to push the up side for separation from the indoor unit. 2) Loosen the fixing two screws and separate the motor holder. 4) If pulling the Main PCB up. Samsung Electronics 4-2 . 3) Separate the connection pipe. 3) Loosen the fixing screw of fan motor. 5) Separate the fan from the left holder bearing. (By use of M3 wrench) 4) Separate the fan motor from the fan. ”3”. (Inclusion Power cord) 3) Separate the outdoor unit connection wire from the terminal block. 2) Pull tray drain out from the back body. 4) Separate the holder pipe at the rearside. 1) Do “1”. “2” above Separate the drain hose from the extension drain hose. Remark 3 Electrical Parts (Main PCB) 4 Heat Exchanger 1) Do “1” and “2”. 5) Loosen the three fixing screws of right and left side.Disassembly and Reassembly No 2 Parts Ass’y Tray Drain. Procedure 1) Do “1”above 2) Take all the connector of PCB upper side out. “2”. “3” above 2) Loosen two fixing earth screws of right side. “4” above. it will be taken out. 5 Fan Motor and Cross Fan 1) Do “1”.

Ass’y-control Out 2) Separate the Cable-Connector Wire from the Terminal-Block.4-2 Outdoor Unit Take care of the electrical shock by contact on the charging parts before the discharge after power off. 5) Separate the Terminal-Housing from the Ass’y-Control Out. 7) Loosen seven fixing screws and separate the Cabi-Side. 4-3 Samsung Electronics . 4) Loosen five fixing screws from the Ass’y-Control Out. 6) Separate the Ass’y-Control Out from the outdoor unit. 3) Loosen five fixing screws and separate the Cabi-Upper.) No 1 Parts Procedure Remark Common Work 1) Loosen the fixing screw and separate the & Cover-Valve. (If takes approximately 2 minutes to discharge.

4) Loosen four fixing screws to separate the motor. 3 Heat Exchanger 1) Do “1” above. 2) Loosen three fixing screws of Ass’y-Frame and Partition. Samsung Electronics 4-4 .Disassembly and Reassembly No 2 Parts Fan-Motor Procedure 1) Loosen Four fixing screw of the GuardFan. Remark 2) Remove the nut flange (Turn to the right to remove. 4) Separate the heat exchanger. 3) Disassemble the inlet and outlet pipe by welding. as it is a left hand screw) 3) Separate the fan.

3) Disassemble the inlet and outlet pipe of compressor by welding. 4-5 Samsung Electronics . Remark 5) Loosen the three bolts of the lower part. 4) Disassemble the inlet and outlet pipe of condenser by welding. 6) Separate the compressor. 2) Open the terminal cover of compressor and unscrew the connection terminal.Disassembly and Reassembly No 4 Parts Compressor Procedure 1) Do “1” above.

It is the case that the auto restart function works. Is the operation selected among one of Auto / Dry / Turbo / Sleeping? • The temperature setting is not required since the wind volume set automatically. 5-1 Basic items for trouble shooting 1) Is the power source proper? The power source shall be in the range of the rated voltage ±10%. 5 The temperature is not set. it may cause the abnormal operation. Is the filter clogged with dust or dirty? Is there any direct light on the outdoor unit or any obstacle against it? • Is the selected temperature too high? Lower the selected temperature lower than the current one (during cooling). (It takes approximately 2 minutes to discharge). the large capacity of electrolytic condenser so that it takes the time to discharge after the power off since the electrical charge remains (the charging voltage DC 340V). Samsung Electronics 5-1 . the temperature setting is not required. • Is the operation selected among the Dry / Turbo / Sleeping / Fan only Mode. Is the battery run out? Is the battery inserted in the wrong way(+. 3 The remote controller does not operate. (connection cable of indoor and outdoor unit + ground wire). • Is the selected temperature too low? Raise the desired temperature than the current one (during heating). • Check again at the state of Cooling / Fan only / Heating. # Auto restart function is the convenient function where the operation state is memorized in the Memory IC during the blackout and the operation restarts when the power comes back. -)? • Is the detection part of the indoor unit blocked? • Does it interfered with the radio of neon sign? • • 4 The wind volume is not adjusted. Unplug and plug the power source. Take care of the electrical shock by contact on the charging part before the discharge after the power off. • Check again at the cooling/heating state. 3) The phenomena as follows are not out of order. If it is out of this range. • Is the “Fan only Mode” operation? • • 1 The operation is not done. • • • • 6 The operation lamp continues to be flickering. the trouble shooting shall be performed according to the error mode. Inside the controller of the outdoor unit (inverter). • The standard temperature ±2˚C during the automatic operation. NO Phenomena • • Cause and reason Is the power off or the power unplugged? Does it stop because it is the completion time? • Unplug and plug again the power source for 2 minutes. 2) Is the connection made between the indoor and outdoor unit? The connection between indoor and outdoor unit shall be performed with 4 wire.5. • Since the temperature is automatically set. 7 The immediate operation starts without control of remote controller when plugged Push the Operation / Stop button. Troubleshooting Since the inverter air conditioner is equipped with Electrical control circuits at both Indoor & outdoor unit. 2 The wind comes out but the heating/cooling is not performed.

deice temp-sensor .heatsink temp-sensor TIMER STD X NATURE X X POWER X X X X SAVING X X X X SILENCE X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Abnormal communication (Indoor .Outdoor unit) \Abnormal increase of operation current Abnormal increase of discharge and OLP temperature Over current of IPM circuit Trouble of the PTC circuit of the outdoor Trouble of AC current sensor (open/short) and Leakage of refrigerant(R-22) 5-2 Samsung Electronics .outdoor temp-sensor .5-2 The first determination method of troubled part 5-2-1 Error mode display of indoor unit POWER indicator NATURE indicator STANDARD indicator Remote Control Sensor On/Off & 5 Way Selection button TIMER indicator SILENCE indicator SAVING indicator LAMP of Display Monitor Description : LAMP ON : LAMP FLICKERING X : LAMP OFF Indoor unit room temperature sensor error(open or short) Indoor unit heat exchanger temperature sensor error (open or short) Indoor fan motor mal function EEPROM error Option error Outdoor unit temperature sensor error(open or short) .discharge temp-sensor .sensor .OLP temp.

Troubleshooting 5-2-2 Error mode display of outdoor unit board RED GREEN YELLOW LED3 LED2 LED1 LAMP of inverter PBA YELLOW X X X X X X X X Description : LAMP ON : LAMP FLICKERING X : LAMP OFF Normal operation and communication (Indoor-Outdoor unit) Abnormal communication(Indoor-Outdoor unit) Trouble of the control power of the outdoor Abnormal communication (Sub-Main micom) No zero-crossing signal GREEN RED X X Trouble of option setting Abnormal increase of discharge temperature Abnormal increase of OLP temperature X Abnormal increase of operation current Over current of IPM circuit Over voltage of IPM circuit Over voltage and current of PFC circuit Trouble of DC link voltage circuit X Trouble of discharge temp-sensor(open/short) Trouble of outdoor temp-sensor(open/short) Trouble of deice temp-sensor(open/short) Trouble of OLP temp-sensor(open/short) Trouble of AC current sensor(open/short) and Leakage of refrigerant(R-22) X X X X Samsung Electronics 5-3 .

(5-3-2) The lamp of the indoor display is flickering and the indoor unit stops several minutes after the indoor unit starts. Timer( ) lamp flickering Nature( ) lamp flickering → Check of the indoor temperature sensor (5-3-3) → Check of the indoor heat exchanger (5-3-3) → Check of indoor unit fan motor (5-3-4) → Check the lines of the indoor and outdoor communication (5-3-5) Check the indoor unit Timer( ). Check the indoor unit control board. Nature ( Check of the Outdoor unit 5-4 Samsung Electronics . •There is no sound “DING” •The lamp is not on the display. Timer lamp( ) flickering Standard( ).(5-3-10) Standard( ).5-3 Sequence of trouble shooting for inverter aircon OPERATION START • The indoor unit does not work even though the power is plugged. Check the error mode by confirming the lamp flickering of indoor unit display. The indoor unit does not work when operated by the remocon. (5-3-1) Checking the Remocon. Nature( ) lamp flickering Check of the Communication line ) lamp flickering → Check of the outdoor unit temperature sensor : Discharge temperature sensor (5-3-6) : Comp top OLP temperature sensor (5-3-6) : Deice temperature sensor (5-3-7) : Outdoor temperature sensor (5-3-7) POWER( ) flickering → Check of the abnormal increase protection of the operation Current (5-3-8) Timer( ). POWER( ) lamp → Check of the instantaneous over-current protection flickering mode of IPM circuit (5-3-9) Nature( ). POWER lamp( ) → Check the abnormal increase of the comp flickering discharge gas temperature and OLP protection mode. (5-3-2) Check the control board and the display board of indoor unit.

check the remocon and indoor unit display board. • Input power AC187~AC264V—-IC 02 Input: DC 12V IC 02 Output : DC 5V 5-3-2 Display board and remocon check of indoor unit Check whether the connection wire of Display board is correctly connected to CN91 connector. . Step 4 : check the output of SMPS on the control board.94 40°C 5. (Control board) (Terminal block) JN RY71 RY71 JC SKY-BLU BRN ORG BLK N L 1 2 SKY-BLU (N1) Step 3 : Check whether the fuse (F701)(F702) on the control board is normal.68 20°C 12. (Aircon unit is normal). Ambient temperature (°C) Resistance of thermistor [KΩ] 15°C 14.4 V. Check whether the neon sign is on and the 3 wave long fluorescent lamp is on around the indoor unit.After putting all lamps of the indoor out and then operate it by remocon. •If the air conditioner does not operate. and then the remocon operates normally. If it operates with the remocon. Press the on/off switch located in indoor unit inside to operate the air conditioner. •If the air conditioner operates.83 Samsung Electronics 5-5 . 5-3-3 Check the indoor temperature sensor and indoor heat exchanger temperature sensor. replace it.31 35°C 6. it is the abnormality due to the interference from the light of lamps.Troubleshooting 5-3-1 Check of indoor unit control board Unplug the power cord and plug it after 5 seconds.the voltage of one battery shall be higher than about 1. •Sky -blue : connected to “N” •Brown : connected to “L” Step 2: Check whether the wire connected to the terminal block is connected correctly to the control board. replace it with the new one. . Take out the thermistor connected to the connector (CN41) of control board of indoor unit and measure the resistance between two wires and if it is same as follows: it is normal but if not.09 25°C 10 30°C 8. brown) are connected correctly to the terminal block. check according to the sequence of the followings: Check sequence of indoor unit control board Step 1 : Check whether two wires of power cord (Sky-blue. Check the voltage of remocon battery. (5 [A]/250[V]:F701) (1[A]/250[V] : F702) • If the fuse is broken.

Check whether the error mode displays after the strong revolution for approximately 15 seconds since aircon is on. (Control board) JN RY71 RY71 JC BRN ORG BLK (Terminal block) SKY-BLU N L 1 2 SKY-BLU (N1) (Check of outdoor unit) Check whether the connection wire of the terminal block and control board of outdoor unit is correct. error mode occurs (shorten the cable length). check whether the red color lamp of control board (to be seen if the top cover of outdoor unit) is on. ¡ Operate with the pin of SSR(SS71) short of indoor unit control board and then if the fan motor does not run. 5-6 Samsung Electronics .Troubleshooting 5-3-4 Check of indoor unit fan motor Check whether the wire of fan motor is connected to the connector of control board (CN42. 2 terminal. (If the wire is connected reversely. → If the red lamp (LED3) is on and green lamp is flickering. (Control board) #1 of CN31 N L BLK SKY-BLU BRN (Terminal block) 2 (N1) 1 2) Check of power supply to the outdoor unit After operation of aircon. If it rotates. → In case the error mode displays after the fan motor is rotating for 15 seconds ¡ Defect of HALL IC of fan motor and Control board → In case that the error mode displays without running of fan motor after 15 seconds. the communication error occurs) If the cable connecting the indoor unit and outdoor unit is longer than 20m. CN71) of indoor unit. ♦Check the connection of reactor. 1. select the turbo mode and approximately 3minutes later. it is the fan motor defect. 5-3-5 Check of communication line between the indoor unit and outdoor unit (Communication error mode) 1) Check of connection Check whether the cable wire connecting the indoor unit with outdoor unit is correctly connected to the (N1). it is the defect of control board (SS71. it is normal. (Check of indoor unit) Check whether the connection wire of the terminal block and control board of indoor unit is correct. IC05. → If the red lamp (LED 3) is not on. check the power part of control board of outdoor unit. IC04).

♦If two outdoor units are operating face to face.4 of CN51 . Samsung Electronics 5-7 . ♦If the comp is operating without the revolution of fan motor.94 40°C 5.2 of CN52-OLP Temperature sensor) Measure the resistance between two wires and if it is same as follows.Troubleshooting 5-3-6 Check of discharge temperature sensor and comp top OLP temperature sensor. ♦If the comp is locked.09 25°C 10 30°C 8. → Replace the comp. → Take out the protection cover.83 5-3-8 Check of operation current abnormal increase mode The operation abnormal current mode is the protection control for the safe operation by detecting the operation current of inverter aircon by the current sensor on the control board. replace it. (the bad ventilation is made) → Reinstall the outdoor unit for the good ventilation.31 35°C 6. ♦If the Refrigerant is overcharged. Connector of outdoor unit control board (PIN#3. Ambient temperature (°C) Resistance of thermistor [KΩ] 0°C 553 10°C 362 20°C 242 30°C 166 40°C 165 50°C 82 5-3-7 Check the deice temperature sensor and outdoor temperature sensor Connector of outdoor unit control board (PIN#1.2 of CN51 . Ambient temperature (°C) Resistance of thermistor [KΩ] 15°C 14.outdoor temperature sensor). ♦If the protection cover is operating with bending to the outdoor.discharge temperature sensor). → Check the amount of Refrigerant.4 of CN52-deice Temperature sensor) Measure the resistance between two wires and if it is same as follows. (PIN#1. replace the fan motor. replace. ♦The air circulation is bad due to the attachment of falling leaves → Take away the leaves for the good ventilation.68 20°C 12. If the operation current abnormal increase occurs. → Check the fan motor connector. it is normal but if not. it is normal but if not.(PIN#3. ♦The ventilation is not good because the outdoor unit is installed wrong (the ambient temperature is higher than 50 °C) → Reinstall the outdoor unit so that the good ventilation can be made.

♦In case that the operation is made with the cover bent of the outdoor unit. → Check the fan motor connector and replace the fan motor. ♦In case that the operation is made with the cover bent of the outdoor unit. ♦In case the parts of the control board is damaged. → Fill up the amount of refrigerant. (Condition of installation) ♦The ventilation is not good because the outdoor unit is installed wrong (the ambient temperature is higher than 50 (°C) ) → Reinstall the outdoor unit so that the good ventilation can be made. (Condition of installation) ♦The ventilation is not good because the outdoor unit is installed wrong (the ambient temperature is higher than 50 (°C) ) → Reinstall the outdoor unit so that the good ventilation can be made. (Unit defect) ♦If the comp is locked. (the bad ventilation is made) → Reinstall the outdoor unit for the good ventilation. ♦If two outdoor units are operating face to face. ♦The air circulation is bad due to the attachment of falling leaves → Take away the leaves for the good ventilation. ♦If the Refrigerant is overcharged. it protects the circuit. ♦If the comp is operating without the revolution of fan motor → Take out the protection cover. check the following items. 5-8 Samsung Electronics . ♦If two outdoor units are operating face to face. → Replace the comp. (Unit defect) ♦If the comp is locked. → Replace the comp. → Check the amount of Refrigerant. → Take away the leaves for the good ventilation. ♦If the refrigerant is insufficient. If the comp discharge gas temperature and OLP temperature rises abnormally. (the bad ventilation is made) → Reinstall the outdoor unit for the good ventilation. If the comp discharge gas temperature and OLP temperature rises higher than a certain level. Inverter instantaneous over-current protection mode is the mode to be actuated in order to prevent the damage of elements from the peak current of IPM circuit elements. → Check the fan motor connector and replace the fan motor. ♦If the comp is operating without the revolution of fan motor. → Replace simultaneously the inverter control board. → Take out the cover. → Take out the cover. ♦The air circulation is bad due to the attachment of falling leaves. In case that the inverter circuit instantaneous over-current protection mode actuates. check the following items. 5-3-10 Check of the comp discharge gas temperature and OLP temperature abnormal rise.Troubleshooting 5-3-9 Check of instantaneous over-current protection of IPM circuit.

5-4 Fault Diagnosis of Major Parts Parts ♦ Indoor ”Temp. Yellow Abnormal ∞.Sensor” Abnormal Indoor Fan Motor Normal Measure resistance with a tester. Blue Red. At ambient temperature (10°C ~ 30°C) between Black.5V~4.Sensor” ♦ Outdoor “OLP Temp.Sensor” ♦ Indoor “Heat ex.Sensor” ♦ Outdoor “Deice Temp. 380Ω at ambient temperature (20°C ~30°C) ∞. OΩ … open or short Measure resistance between red wire and each terminal.31 35°C 6. Sensor” ♦ Outdoor “Temp.94 40°C 5.83 Diagnosis Measure resistance between terminals (CN72) with a tester Normal At ambient temperature (10°C ~ 30°C) between Red. OΩ … open or short Samsung Electronics 5-9 . Normal Ambient temperature Resistance of thermistor[KΩ] ∞. OΩ … open or short 0°C 553 10°C 362 20°C 242 30°C 166 40°C 165 50°C 82 15°C 14.5V 5V Abnormal Outdoor Fan Motor Normal Abnormal if voltage does not change from 0V to 5V. Normal Abnormal Approx.09 25°C 10 30°C 8. Red Black. White Resistance 275±10% 350±10% Main Sub Abnormal Stepping Motor (UP/DOWN swing motor) ∞. Orange Yellow. OΩ … open or short Ambient temperature Resistance of thermistor[KΩ] ∞. Orange Voltage 0. Sensor” Abnormal ♦ Outdoor “Discharge Temp. OΩ … open or short Voltage 410±10% 325±10% Main Sub Measure the voltage between ground and signal wire of the fan motor Normal between Gray.68 20°C 12.

go to the 3rd step. and A. E. F whenever pressing the key.) 5-10 Samsung Electronics . Be sure to be set up the model option as follow the steps Remote controller operation method as per the step 1st step Method) ! Remove the battery of remote controller @ Press the temperature raise/down key simultaneously # Insert the battery again (Result) If the screen of remocn displays as shown in the right. b. go to the second step Applicable key Display status 2nd step Method) If the first digit of LCD is 0 on the remocon screen. example) 021E31 Result) Go to 4th step if it displays as shown in the right (The number increases from 1~9. d.5-5 Set up the Model option ❈ If you make the replacement of the ASS’Y CONTROL-IN or MAIN PCB . press the mode key once to change to 0 and go to the 3rd step. ❊ If it is 1. 3rd step Method) Press the marked key to input the option number. C.

and if the MODE KEY is pressed once. pressing the operation on/off key to retry and if the condition is same. the sound “Ding.Troubleshooting Remote controller operation method as per the step 4th step Method) After completion of 3rd step. or Diriring is heard and then the input of option is completed. ❊ Refer to the right side if the error appears. 2. press the key once more to input the option. example) 142285 Result) If it displays as shown in the right go to the 6th step 6th step Method) When pressing the operation ON/OFF key with the direction of remote controller for set. (check correctly) ¡ If the option is not input at the time and all lamps are continuously flickering .6steps Samsung Electronics 5-11 . NATURE( ). since it is the case that the option number is out of the input range. ! 1~3 steps are saved internally @ If the first number at the time is “1”. When the lamps of (STANDARD( ). the screen of 1~3 steps can be seen. When all lamps of indoor unit ( ) are flickering with the sound of Dididiring. ERROR MODE 1. EPROM is deffcective or misinsertted. So replace the PCB. it is correct and so go to 5th step ❊ If pressing mode key and the first digit becomes 0. TIMER( ) is flickering ¡ failute of option input After removing the set power cord and insert it again. ¡ The current option input is different from that of already input one: Check the option number correctly and if it is correct. Applicable key Display status 5th step Method) Pressing the marked key to input the option number. check the option number again and do again the steps from 1 .

Troubleshooting <Table of the option code> MODEL OPTION CODE SH12VCD 007315-10123F SH09VCD 007d08-1010Fb 5-12 Samsung Electronics .

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A BLADE-V.Exploded Views and Parts List s Parts List Q’TY No.DISPLAY CONNECT WIRE-PCB PLATE-HANGER ASSY TRAY DRAIN ASSY DRAIN-HOSE BLADE-H BLADE-V. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13-1 13-2 13-3 13-4 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 20-1 20-2 20-3 20-4 20-5 20-6 CODE NO DB64-00354A DB63-00064A DB95-00287G DB63-00067A DB92-00248G DB67-00051A DB67-00032A DB63-00083A DB94-00040F DB60-20011A DB31-00033A DB32-00020A DB93-00960D DB93-00951A DB65-00076A DB61-00219A DB93-01601A DB94-00056G DB94-00104A DB61-00165A DB39-00146A DB39-00147A DB70-00036A DB94-00058N DB94-00062E DB66-00127A DB66-00128A DB66-00128B DB63-00082A DB95-20138A DB31-10129A DB93-01558A DB61-40251A DB67-60030A DB96-01248A DB96-01247C Description SH12VCD GRILLE-AIR INLET GUARD-AIR FILTER ASS´Y-CLEANER FILTER COVERTER-TERMINAL ASSY PANEL-FRONT SPACER-EVAP LOW SPACER-EVAP UP COVER U-BEND ASSY-CROSS FAN BOLT-SPECIAL MOTOR-FAN-IN THERMISTOR-WIRE ASSY ASSY CONTROL IN ASSY PCB MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK HOLDER-CLAMP IN ASSY DISPLAY ASSY BACK BODY ASSY-HOLDER MOTOR HOLDER-PIPE CONNECT WIRE.B SCREEN-SAFETY WIRE ASSY-MOTOR STEPPING MOTOR-STEPPING ASSY DISPLAY-CENTER HOLDER-SENSOR SPRING-SENSOR ASSY CYCLE IN ASSY CYCLE IN RUBBER BEARING ASSY REMOCON 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SH09VCD 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 20-6-1 20-7 21 22 23 24 25 DB94-40003A DB93-00251L Samsung Electronics 6-2 .

6-2 Outdoor Unit 6-3 7 8-1 8 22 23 11 6 21 1 21-1 18 16 17 10 15 20 12 14 13 5 9 19 3 4 Samsung Electronics 2 .

ø405 AMASS-020WTVB ASS’Y ASS’Y ASS’Y ASS’Y 12A. 1 2 3 4 5 CODE NO DB63-00104B DB60-30004A DB67-50063A DB31-10058E DB90-00241P DB90-00241N Description GUARD-FAN NUT-FLANGE PROPELLER-FAN MOTOR-FAN OUT ASS’Y-FRAME ASS’Y-FRAME ASS’Y-PARTITION ASS’Y-PARTITION REACTOR CABI-UPPER ASS’Y-CONTROL OUT ASS’Y-CONTROL OUT ASS’Y-MAIN PCB ASS’Y-MAIN PCB FELT COMP BOTTOM FELT COMP BOTTOM CLOTH COMP SIDE CLOTH COMP SIDE CLOTH COMP UPPER COMPRESSOR COMPRESSOR GROMMET-ISOLATOR GROMMET-ISOLATOR NUT-WASHER GASKET COVER-TERMINAL THERMISTOR-OLP NUT-FLANGE ASSY-4WAY VALVE ASSY-4WAY VALVE ASS’Y-CAPI TUBE ASS’Y-CAPI TUBE ASS’Y-CONDENSER ASS’Y-CONDENSER THERMISTOR-OUT CABI-SIDE HANDLE-CABI RH Specification SH12VCDX HSWR 2C SM20C M6 NTR AS+G/F.21mH SECC-P ASS’Y ASS’Y ASS’Y ASS’Y FELT FELT FELT FELT FELT 48A135RV2EL 44B092QV2EL NR NR HEX 2C MB ZPC EPDM NYLON 204CT/103AT M5.SM20C ASS’Y ASS’Y ASS’Y ASS’Y ASS’Y ASS’Y ASS’Y SECC-P PP 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 Q’TY SH09VCDX 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 6 DB94-00160B DB94-00160A 6-1 7 8 DB33-00021A DB90-00627A DB93-00962B DB93-00962A 8-1 DB93-00953B DB93-00953A 9 DB63-00380B DB63-00380A 10 DB72-00211A DB72-00162A 11 12 DB72-00658A 48A135RV2EL 44B092QV2EL 13 DB73-00070A DB73-00067A 14 15 16 17 18 19 DB60-30029A DB63-20003A DB63-10034A DB32-10043F DB60-30018A DB99-00187A DB99-00168A 20 DB99-00186A DB99-00169A 21 DB96-01588A DB96-10502A 21-1 22 23 DB32-10040D DB64-00433A DB64-00400A Samsung Electronics 6-4 .Exploded Views and Parts List s Parts List No.

6-3 Remote Control & PCB Box 6-3-1 ASS'Y Remote Control : (DB93-00251L) 3 7 4 5 1 2 6 s Parts List No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Description INLAY LCD CASE TOP LCD KEY RUBBER ASS’Y PCB REMOCON CASE LOW BATTERY COVER Q’TY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Remark 6-5 Samsung Electronics .

ORG/SKY-BLUE/BRN ASTRO1010 P. L8. TH. ORG UL1015 AWG#16.C PH. SWRCH10A SGCC-M Q’TY 1 1 2 4 1 5 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 CONNECTOR WIRE FAN MOTOR BRACKET EARTH CONNECTOR WIRE EARTH SCREW CREW HOLDER CLAMP IN SEAL-PANEL FRONT RH SEAL-H/CONTROL FRONT MF CAPAITOR CONNECTOR WIRE MF CAPACITOR CONNECTOR WIRE EARTH LEAD WIRE(N) LEAD WIRE(L) LEAD WIRE(C) ASSY DISPLAY PC 1200nF. 450V. GRN+YEL WP. M4. L22. WHT UL1015 AWG#20. SKY=BLUE UL1015 AWG#16. T. SMT-250(5) SMP200-05(1). ZPC(WHT).Exploded Views and Parts List 6-3-2 ASS’Y-Control IN(Indoor unit) : DB93-00960D s Parts List No 1 2 3 Description HOLDER CONTROL ASSY MAIN PCB ASSY TERMINAL BLOCK Specification ABS. 39. GRN+YEL UL1015 ASG#16. +.6 x 16 x 27 ST730619 UL1015 AW#22. ZPC(YEL). UL94-V0 UL1015 AWG#16. M3.T+CF30%(BLK) C2680-1/2H SMP250-05(1). +. YMT-200(5) SGCC-M UL1015 AWG#16.B. BLK 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 Samsung Electronics 6-6 .

Exploded Views and Parts List 6-3-3 ASS’Y-Control-Out(Outdoor unit) .9K : DB93-00962A / 12K : DB93-00962B APPLY SILICONE SEALANT ASSY TERMINAL BLOCK DIAGRAM CONNECT THIS TO LOWER PART OF TERMINAL BLOCK ISOMETRIC VIEW 6-7 Samsung Electronics .

YEL 19 CONNECTOR WIRE AC TR-22-1-13/2T 20 21 * FOAMLEX MICA RUN CAPACITOR 165 x 30 x T2 18.3 (Hole : ø3.6) 1.7uF/ 400V Samsung Electronics 6-8 . 1 Description CASE CONTROL BASE Specification DB93-00962A RESIN-ABS DB62-00774A 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 DB93-00962B 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 HEAT SINK DB62-01050A 3 SCREW-MACHINE M4 x 16 WSP PH+ DB93-00953A 4 PCB-ASSY DB93-00953B 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 SCREW-MACHINE SCREW-MACHINE SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING ASSY TERMINAL BLOCK SCREW-MACHINE RUBBER CLAMP HOLDER WIRE SCREW-MACHINE COVER M3 x 16 WSP PH+ M4 x 16 WSP PH+ M3 x 8 2S PH+ M3 x 14 SWP PH+ CBF-HARNESS M4 x 25 WSP PH+ NBR RESIN-ABS M4 x 16 WSP PH+ RESIN-ABS UL1015 AWG#16/RED 15 CONNECTOR WIRE COMP TR25-12G5/3T 16 CONNECTOR WIRE REACTOR UL1015 AWG#16/WHT UL1015 AWG#16/SKY BLUE 17 CONNECTOR WIRE POWER LSA13024/ENAMAL 18T 18 CONNECTOR WIRE RUN CAP.4 x 23.Exploded Views and Parts List s Parts List Q’TY No. UL1015 AWG#16/BLU UL1015 AWG#16/GRN.

PCB Diagrams 7-1 ASS’Y PCB IN : DB93-00951A s TOP s BOTTOM 7-1 Samsung Electronics .7.

DA.5%.DA.T BZX84-C11.73 R606 R202 ~ R205 R206.72.WHT SMW200-05.WHT YW396-05AV.603.24V/1W ST02D-200.1/10W.504 R101.Y5V.905 R102 ~ 104 R106.511.TIME-LAG FUSE-HOLDER 250.5%.400V.1/10W. 35MW.2012 1KOHM.TP.GP.+8—20%.2W 100KoHM.102 X301 SS71 F702 F701 F701 CN72 CN71 CN42 CN41 CN91 CN61 ST11 DSA1 PC01 PC31.TP.WHT DC12V DSA-332M.20%.DA.BK.10K/10K ULN2003AFW.2012 4.SOT-23.2012 470OHM.605 R501.107.1/10W.SOTDTC114EKA.128*16Bit.2nF.DA.17*12mm.1A.703.200mW.1mS 250V.302.511 R701.BLU SMW200-04.6.502 R510.300MIL KA78L05 470V.500.5%.1/10W.703 D101 BD71 ZD11 ZD12 ZD71 CD11 Q201.8KOHM.5%.TP.TP. SMD-4.5 6.2pF.18*6*12.PNP.TP.TP.902 R201.DA.10%.DO 2SC2412K.5%.401.5%.DA.TP.WHT SMW200-12.0.30.1/10W. 55.TP.207.12 1000uF.WHT SMW250-03.20%.16V.1/8W.TP DF06S.204.607.TP.450V.TP.GP.2012 220KOHM.2A.1/10W.8P.20%.8KOHM.DA.32 PC02 BZ61 FT72 RY71 Description DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-RECTIFIER DIODE-BRIDGE DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-TVS TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNAL TR-SMALL SIGNL TR-DIGITAL TR-ARRAY IC-MCU IC-EEPROM IC-VOLTAGE COMP IC-PWM CONTROLLLER REGULATER VARISTOR R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CARBORN R-CARBORN R-CARBORN R-CHIP C-CERAMIC C-AL C-CERAMIC C-CERAMIC C-CHIP C-CHIP C-CHIP C-FILM C-AL C-AL C-AL RESONATOR-CERAMIC SSR FUSE FUSE-HOLDER FUSE CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER TRANS SWITCHING POSISTOR PHOTO-COUPLER PHOTO-COUPLER PHOTO-COUPLER BUZZER FILTER RELAY-POWER Specification MRA4005.303.5%.SINGLE TNY255P.602.502.PNP.50V.302.10*12.2W 10KOHM. 6V.TP. 1/10W.10*5 12VDC.1/10W.DA.TP BZX84C3V/6.4500A.3*11.SOT-2 MMST2907.GP.601.602 Q603 Q301.2012 47KoHM.2.5A YW396-03AV.202.275V CL21B102KBNC CL21B103KBNC CL21B104KBNC 100nF.5%.10*16.2012 100KOHM.200mW.TP.SOP KA7533.510.Y5V.1A.NPN.TP.20%. 600V.200W.901 R105.8uF. 2A. S INR4749.PCB Diagrams s Parts List 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 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 Design Location D701.BK 560OHM.1/10W.7KOHM.601 Q901 ~ 904 IC05.NPN.705 C103.2012 330OHM. DO-204AC.7nF.TP1 4.275V. 1A.702.T 10MHz.706.201. 350mW.1%.15 470uF.PNP DTA114EKA.5%. 901 XC72 C111 C601.06 IC04 IC51 IC03 IC01 IC02 VA71.DA.TP.DA.TP.TP.100MOHM TLP181GB TLP181 TLP620GR CBE2220BA LS403110 UKH-12S Q’TY 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 4 2 1 1 1 3 1 4 4 8 3 2 5 5 2 1 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 4 11 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 Samsung Electronics 7-2 .903 C203.604.TP UG2B.MAX.DA.TP.401.301.DIP.707 R704.208.TO-92.107 R503.3216 220OHM.1W.112.701 C101.1/8W.10%.25V 10nF.109.705 R702 R402 XC71 C106 C702 C703 C301.302.3216 10KOHM.5%.1/10W.1/10W 6.110.403.401.SOP-16 uPD780034 93LC56.2012 6.2012 82KOHM.200MW. 100V.SMA.501.5%.2012 DISC.5.5 47uF.50V.600V.

7-2 ASS’Y PCB Control-Out : DB93-00953A s TOP 7-3 Samsung Electronics .

PCB Diagrams s BOTTOM Samsung Electronics 7-4 .

D403 ZD22 FUSE FUSE CLIP H/S(PFC) IC51 IC83 IC41 IC81 MICOM IC15.3x11 TP RADIAL.105˚. #16.35x50mm RADIAL.SOP-14 LM324D ULN2003ADR TMP88PH47F(MASK).WHT.10mH(DR6. 200V FEP30JP.RZ 35V 47uF 6.TP. 400V GS1B2560.31x11x21 RMES-45H015UA (LSA15009 ASS’Y.38.5*7.1A Positive Vol Reg) Q’TY 3 3 1 3 3 4 1 1 1 2 1 2 7 2 12 1 2 6 1 1 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 7-5 Samsung Electronics .BLU(DC-) HA05.IC32.C102.C007 C001. 20Turn.WHT.C201.C501.26x8.C504.CHIP C-CERAMIC.RG 450V 10UF 12.CHIP C-CERAMIC.C304 C005.C109. 270.WHT.C503. 270.C402. 38.5x18m RADIAL.RED. 140mm.275V.5X38X30mm.275V.C411.N=BRN.QFP TLP181(GRH-TLP).1N4751A AXIAL.CHIP C-CERAMIC.20%.20%.2PIN.PC2J104K 630V TP RADIAL.D0-214AC.C103(7k.WHT) CABLE(DCN01/DCN02) CABLE(PC01.280.D104.5*20 TP RADIAL.288MHz ES1D.C509.IC21.C105.C103(12k) C115 C408.5X40 S3C9434XZ0-SKB4 74HCT00D. #16.IC31.5 TP HA01.680nF.IC54 IC11 IC16 Description C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL C-AL CBF-HARNESS CBF-HARNESS CBF-HARNESS CBF-HARNESS C-CERAMIC.400V.PCB Diagrams s Parts List 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 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 Design Location C101.CHIP C-CERAMIC.WHT(CON) CL10B102KBNC CL10B103KBNC CL10C101JBNC CL10C220JBNC CL10F104ZANC CL21B102KBNC CL21B103KBNC CL21B104KBNC CL21B222KBNC CL21B223KBNC CL31F105ZANC RADIAL.330nF.MPPF COIL CHOKE ASS’Y COIL CHOKE COIL CHOKE COIL CHOKE COIL-CHIP CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CONNECTOR-HEADER CRYSTAL-RESONATOR CRYSTAL-RESONATOR DIODE DIODE DIODE DIODE-BRIGE DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER DIODE-ZENER FUSE FUSE-CLIP HEAT SINK IC-MASK IC-LOGIC IC-LOGIC IC-LOGIC IC-MICOM IC-PHOTO-COUPLER IC-PWM CONTROLLER IC-REG Specification RADIAL.18Turn.YENHO YAW396A-05AV.BLU.35x50mm RADIAL.C405.MPPF C-FILM.C204.DISC C-FILM.C006.—mH.C406.15Turn .43X32X28mm. 140mm.5x38x30mm.YEL) CABLE(REACTOR01.560UF.C306 C106.12.MPP C-FILM.CHIP C-CERAMIC.C409.9k) C101.YENHO YAW396A-03AV.400V.D401.5) FCI 3216 R47K (0.MPET C-FILM.C002 C301 C413 C004 C003 Running capacitor(Main case+ screw) CABLE (L.MPPF C-FILM.D402.1N4749A AXIAL.YENHO SMAW250A-04.D105.CHIP C-CERAMIC.SOP.JV.20A FC61B 27X17.C703.10%.C102.C108.YEL(REACTOR) HA04.C502.JW=RED.SC E 222M 10FF7 RADIAL.FORMING AXIAL.C505.CHIP C-CERAMIC.C506 C401.PC02) C303 C302. 4PIN LS615014S.RED.680uF.C112 CABLE(JU.5TY2ARB103KAN TP RADIAL.2PIN.C706 C203 C305.BLU) FT00 FT01 L101 L001 CN51 CN52 CN02.D103. #16. C507.FORMING US1G.105˚.CABLE)+C54 LS615014.BLU.—mH.D106 D101 D201 BD01 ZD21 ZD31 D102.C704.C111.C404.C803 C104.BK.290mm.C415 C107.CHIP C-CERAMIC.RZ 35V 22uF 6.270mm.C702 C202.YENHO CST 4MHZ HC-49/S.SCE 103Z 14FF7 RADIAL. #20.YEL(COMP)(CORE #1) HA02.C705.BK.C802 C414 C412 C113.CHIP C-CERAMIC.DISC C-CERAMIC.BK.C114. C407 C701.TP TOP222P KA78L05AZTA(0.CHIP C-CERAMIC.SCE 472M 14FF7 RADIAL. —mH.1N4937 MMBZ5232B 65TL 250V.DISC C-CERAMIC.10%.D0-214AC.C116.C410 C110.CN31 CN01 X501 X701 D301.47uH) SMAW250A-04.02=YEL.WD 25V 220uF 8x11.WHT.3x11 TP RADIAL.6PIN RADIAL.CHIP C-CERAMIC.C508.C403.

0.12VDC AXIAL.600V.NPN.GREEN.6W. 1/2W. 1/8W. 1/8W. 5%. 24Kohm.INR20D471K Q’TY 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 1 1 2 11 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 3 1 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 Samsung Electronics 7-6 . 20Kohm.SOT-23-5 PS21244-E.R503 R205.9k) IPM(12k) LED2 LED3 LED1 PCB R801 R003 R411 R501. 1. 2012 MCR10EZH F2201.MOR 2TSJ 5.5%.35x9.2W.R403.14MM.R102 R803 R810 R113 R109 R805 R108 R106 R207. 1/8W.R504 R502. 1/8W.BK. 1/10W. 1608 MCR03EZH J471. 6432 MCR100EZH J222. 2. 1. 1/8W. 6. 5%. 5%.R904.50A. 5%.015ohm(10%. 2.50A. 5%.R806. 2012 MCR10EZH J102.R407.8Kohm. 1%. 2. 2012 MCR10EZH J203. IR KA431DTF(3-Terminal Adjustable Reg) RN5VT45(46)CA. 5%. 5%.500V. 5%.VA06.Q302.R409. 1/10W.VA07 VA01.5%. 1%.14MM.TP) MOR 3TSJ 47Kohm.7Kohm. 2012 MCR10EZH J6R8. 47Kohm.AA. 1608 MCR03EZH J561. 5%. 5%. 5025 MCR50EZH J101.5xmm) MCR03EZH F1802. 1/8W.10K-10K. 20Kohm. 10Kohm. 2012 MCR10EZH J105.R404. 1/8W.R807 R507. 5%.600V.2W. 1%. 10Kohm. 5%.6W.13x9x25. 1/8W.DSS-301 AXIAL. 1%.DSA-501 J512Q24E270M265 PT_20A . 5%. 1W.3W.300V. 1/8W. 100ohm. 470Kohm.CB.AA.TO-220AB.Q802 Q803 IC14 IC52. 1608 MCR100EZH J184. 1/8W.3Kohm. 2012 MCR10EZH J202.7Kohm.PCB Diagrams s Parts List No 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 Design Location IC17 Q801 Q002 Q001 Q201.MOR 2TSJ 100Kohm . 1/2W. 5%.AA.0.R111.045ohm(10%. 5%. 5%.TP) AXIAL. MIT. 1.R506. 1608 MCR03EZH J472.R402. 1/10W. 220X140mm. 3216 MCR50EZH F4703. 2012 MCR10EZH J332.CB. 470Kohm.15A PS21245. 1/10W.5mm) 7RJ 0.IC71 IPM(7k. 470ohm.2W. 220ohm.5%. 1W. 1%. R304 R305. 2012 MCR10EZH J473. 2012 MCR10EZH F1502.R804 R415 R105 R110.2Kohm.2Kohm.R405 R406.NPN.TP AXIAL.Q202. 1/8W.BK. 560ohm.0Kohm. 6.R702 R306 R101. 1608 MCR03EZH J203. 2012 MCR18EZH F4703.AA. 5%.3W. 180kohm.R302.5%. 1/8W.MOR 2TSJ 47Kohm.8ohm.RV02 RV03 R005 R202 R201 R301 R104 DSS DSA PT01 PT02 VA02. 2012 MCR10EZH J330.VA04 Description IC-REG IC-TR IC-TR IC-TR IC-TR-DIGITAL IC-TR-IGBT IC-VOL REF IC-VOL IPM IPM LED_GRN LED_RED LED_YEL PCB R-CEMENT(S) R-CEMENT(S) R-CEMENT(S) R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP R-CHIP RELAY RELAY-POWER R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-METAL OXIDE(S) R-METAL OXIDE(S) SURGE-ABSORBER SURGE-ABSORBER THERMISTER-PTC TRANS-PULSE VARISTER VARISTER Specification KA78M05TU(0.SOT IRG4BC30F(004).INR14D471K 470V.TP) AXIAL.4mH 470V.Q301. 4. 1/10W. 1/4W.R905. 1/8W. 330ohm. 6432 MCR10EZH F1002.R410 R107 R203. 1. MIT. AA TP AXIAL. 1/8W.2Kohm. 2012 MCR10EZH F6801. R002 R004 RV01. 5%.0Mohm. 5%. 1/8W.R701 R414 R413 R802 R412 R408.BK.8Kohm.6Kohm. 1608 MCR03EZH J102. 2012 MCR10EZH F1801. 15Kohm. 2012 MCR10EZH J222. 2012 MCR10EZH J221. 33ohm.0Kohm. 5%.5W.. 1608 MCR03EZH J331. 1/8W. 1%. 1%.1A Positive Vol Reg) BC847B.R401.0Kohm.VA05. SOT-23 KTA1715 KTC2814 KRC102S. 5%. 1%.200mW. 5%.12x8x25mm) 5RJ 200ohm(5%. 3. 1%. 2012 MCR10EZH J472.CA. 15/20A-MISTU 3RJ 0. 1/8W. 18Kohm. 1608 MCR03EZH F2402. 4. 1/10W. 1/8W. 1. 2012 MCR10EZH J103.7W. 5025 F3AA012E UKH-12S. 1/8W.R906 R204 R505 R303.MOR 1/4TSJ 100ohm.R508.R112 R001. 2. 1/4W.20A SM4433(FORMING) SA4433(FORMING) SY4433(FORMING) FR4.

T1.PCB Diagrams 7-3 ASS’Y DISPLAY : DB93-01601A s PART LIST No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Description PCB-DISPLAY MODULE REMOCON TACT SWITCH C-CERAMIC C-CERAMIC DIODE SWITCHING R-CARBON CONNECTOR WAFER C/W DIS & MODULE HOLDER-LED Specification FR-1.6 KSM-713TH5 KPT-1105A CA 0A 50V 102K CA 0A 50V 104Z 1N4148 470 1/2W 5% SMAW200-05(WHT) UL1007 AWG/26/11 HIPS Q’TY 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 7-7 Samsung Electronics .

Wiring Diagrams 8-1 Indoor Unit Samsung Electronics 8-1 .8.

: DB98-03527A 8-2 Samsung Electronics .8-2 Outdoor Unit CODE NO.

Wiring Diagrams ERROR MODE LAMP of inverter PBA YELLOW BLUE RED Description X X X X X X X X Normal operation and communication(Indoor .Outdoor unit) Abnormal communication(Indoor .Outdoor unit) Trouble of the control power of the outdoor Abnormal communication(Sub-Main micom) No zero-crossing signal X X Trouble of option setting Abnormal increase of discharge temperature Abnormal increase of OLP temperature X Abnormal increase of operation current Over current of IPM circuit Over voltage of IPM circuit Over voltage and current of PFC circuit Trouble of DC link voltage circuit X X Tourble fo discharge temp-sensor(open/short) Trouble of outdoor temp-sensor(open/short) Trouble of deice temp-sensor(Open/short) Trouble of OLP temp-sensor(open/short) Trouble of AC current sensor(open/short) and Leakage of refrigerant (R-22) X X X : LAMP ON : LAMP FLICKERING X : LAMP OFF Samsung Electronics 8-3 .

MEMO 8-4 Samsung Electronics .

MEMO Samsung Electronics 8-5 .

MEMO 8-6 Samsung Electronics .

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