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CS-W24BD2P CU-W24BBP5
CS-W28BD2P CU-W28BBP5
CS-W28BD2P CU-W28BBP8
CS-W34BD2P CU-W34BBP8
CS-W43BD2P CU-W43BBP8
CS-W24BD2P CU-V24BBP5
CS-W24BD2P CU-V24BBP8
CS-W28BD2P CU-V28BBP5
CS-W28BD2P CU-V28BBP8
CS-W34BD2P CU-V34BBP8
CS-W43BD2P CU-V43BBP8
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    ORDER NO. MAC0201010C2 AIR CONDITIONER CS-W24BD2P CU-W24BBP5 CS-W28BD2P CU-W28BBP5 CS-W28BD2P CU-W28BBP8 CS-W34BD2P CU-W34BBP8 CS-W43BD2P CU-W43BBP8 CS-W24BD2P CU-V24BBP5 CS-W24BD2P CU-V24BBP8 CS-W28BD2P CU-V28BBP5 CS-W28BD2P CU-V28BBP8 CS-W34BD2P CU-V34BBP8 CS-W43BD2P CU-V43BBP8 CONTENTS Page Page 1 SERVICE INFORMATION 15 CAPACITY AND POWER CONSUMPTION 2 FEATURES...
  • Page 2: Service Information

    1 SERVICE INFORMATION Notice of Address setting for NEW Cassette / NEW Outdoor Unit. The new Ceiling / New Outdoor models are possible to have address setting for twin / triple control or group control by automatic when main power supply is switched on. (Manual address setting is also possible by using Dip switch on Indoor unit P.C.
  • Page 3: Features

    2 FEATURES 2.1. Variety of excellent features 2.1.5. Quiet operation 2.1.1. Compact design • • • • The sound level is as low as 42db (A) for 3 HP model and • • • • The height is only 29cm (2.5 HP model and 3 HP model) suitable for offices, shops, homes etc., where quiet and can be installed even where the space is limited.
  • Page 4 2.2. New low-noise outdoor units [Product features] 2. The adoption of double-orifice rings reduces air passage resistance. 2.2.1. Low-noise design improves in 3. Strengthening of the noise insulation materials in the surrounding areas compressor and the sealing-in of mechanical noise allows vibration noise to be greatly enclosed and suppressed.
  • Page 5: Additional Refrigerant Charging

    2.3.6. Long pipe design 2.3.1. Pipes that are one size larger can also be connected for renewal Max piping length: 50 (m) 24BB~43BB Height difference/equivalent pipe length 30/50 • • • • If renewing the system, existing refrigerant pipes can be utilized so that only the indoor units need to be replaced.
  • Page 6: Indoor Unit

    2.4.2. Separate indoor/outdoor unit 2.4.3. Automatic setting initialization power supplies function (Remote control and Indoor unit) The power supply can be connected to (1) just the outdoor units, or (2) to both indoor and outdoor units. In accordance with the indoor and outdoor units connected and the connection methods, conditions such as the configuration (twin or triple format) and remote-control functions such as cooling only or heat pump model are automatically detected...
  • Page 7 • • • • When storing pipes, seal both ends of the pipes and 6. Insulate against heat. store them indoors to prevent water, dust and other 7. Carry out the electrical work. foreign particles from getting inside. • • • • Connecting cables and power cables. •...
  • Page 8 14. Test operation and adjustment. but in the gas state its specific gravity is heavier than that of air, and so if leaks occur in a closed room, 15. Organize documentation before handover. suffocation may occur. Toxic gases may also be 16.
  • Page 9: Specification (Heat Pump Type)

    3 SPECIFICATION (HEAT PUMP TYPE) 3.1. CS-W24BD2P / CU-W24BBP5 ITEM / MODEL Indoor Unit Outdoor unit Main Body CS-W24BD2P CU-W24BBP5 Cooling Capacity 6.30 (BTU/h) (21,500) Heating Capacity 7.10 (BTU/h) (24,200) Refrigerant Charge-less Standard Air Volume for High Speed /min Hi 18...
  • Page 10 D.B. (95°F D.B.), 24°C W.B. (75.2°F W.B.) 2. Heating capacities are based on indoor temp. 20°C D.B. (68.0°F D.B.) and outdoor air temp. 7°C D.B. (44.6°F D.B.), 6°C W.B. (42.8°F D.B.) ELECTRICAL DATA (50Hz) MODEL / ITEM CS-W24BD2P/CU-W28BBP5 Condition by JIS B 8615 Volts Phase Single...
  • Page 11 Cool 2.72 2.72 2.72 Heat 2.86 2.86 2.86 Running Current Cool Heat Starting Current Power Factor Cool Heat *Power Factor means total figure of compressor, indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor. Panasonic Power source AC, 3N~380V, 400V, 415V 50Hz...
  • Page 12 Cool 3.88 3.88 3.88 Heat 4.07 4.07 4.07 Running Current Cool Heat Starting Current Power Factor Cool Heat *Power Factor means total figure of compressor, indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor. Panasonic Power source AC, 3N~380V, 400V, 415V 50Hz...
  • Page 13 Cool 4.49 4.49 4.49 Heat 4.66 4.66 4.66 Running Current Cool Heat Starting Current Power Factor Cool Heat *Power Factor means total figure of compressor, indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor. Panasonic Power source AC, 3N~380V, 400V, 415V 50Hz...
  • Page 14: Specification (Cooling Only Type)

    4 SPECIFICATION (COOLING ONLY TYPE) 4.1. CS-W24BD2P / CU-V24BBP5 ITEM / MODEL Indoor Unit Outdoor unit Main Body CS-W24BD2P CU-V24BBP5 Cooling Capacity 6.30 (BTU/h) (21,500) Refrigerant Charge-less Standard Air Volume for High Speed /min Hi 18 Hi 636 External Static Pressure...
  • Page 15 4.2. CS-W24BD2P / CU-V24BBP8 ITEM / MODEL Indoor Unit Outdoor unit Main Body CS-W24BD2P CU-V24BBP8 Cooling Capacity 6.30 (BTU/h) (21,500) Refrigerant Charge-less Standard Air Volume for High Speed /min Hi 18 Hi 636 External Static Pressure mmAq Hi 10 Hi 98...
  • Page 16 Single Input Power Cool 2.86 2.86 2.86 Running Current Cool 13.1 12.5 12.5 Starting Current Power Factor Cool *Power Factor means total figure of compressor, indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor. Panasonic Power source AC, 1~220V, 230V, 240V 50Hz...
  • Page 17 Phase Input Power Cool 2.72 2.72 2.72 Running Current Cool 4.60 4.60 4.60 Starting Current Power Factor Cool *Power Factor means total figure of compressor, indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor. Panasonic Power source AC, 3N~380V, 400V, 415V 50Hz...
  • Page 18 Condition by JIS B 8615 Volts Phase Input Power Cool 3.88 3.88 3.88 Running Current Cool Starting Current Power Factor Cool *Power Factor means total figure of compressor, indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor. Panasonic Power source AC, 3N~380V, 400V, 415V 50Hz...
  • Page 19 Condition by JIS B 8615 Volts Phase Input Power Cool 4.49 4.49 4.49 Running Current Cool Starting Current Power Factor Cool *Power Factor means total figure of compressor, indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor. Panasonic Power source AC, 3N~380V, 400V, 415V 50Hz...
  • Page 20: Technical Drawing

    5 TECHNICAL DRAWING CS-W24BD2P, CS-W28BD2P OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS...
  • Page 21 CS-W34BD2P, CS-W43BD2P OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS...
  • Page 22 CU-W24BBP5, CU- V24BBP5, CU-V24BBP8...
  • Page 23 CU-W28BBP5, CU-W28BBP8, CU-V28BBP5, CU-V28BBP8...
  • Page 24 CU-W34BBP8, CU-V34BBP8...
  • Page 25 CU-W43BBP8, CU-V43BBP8...
  • Page 26: Circuit Diagram

    6 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM CS-W24BD2P, CS-W28BD2P...
  • Page 27 CS-W34BD2P, CS-W43BD2P...
  • Page 28 CU-W24BBP5...
  • Page 29 CU-W28BBP5...
  • Page 30 CU-W28BBP8...
  • Page 31 CU-W34BBP8, CU-W43BBP8...
  • Page 32 CU-V24BBP5...
  • Page 33 CU-V24BBP8...
  • Page 34 CU-V28BBP5...
  • Page 35 CU-V28BBP8...
  • Page 36 CU-V34BBP8, CU-V43BBP8...
  • Page 37 APPLICABLE FOR ALL MODELS...
  • Page 38 APPLICABLE FOR ALL MODELS...
  • Page 39 APPLICABLE FOR ALL MODELS...
  • Page 41 APPLICABLE FOR ALL MODELS...
  • Page 42: Operating Instruction

    7 OPERATING INSTRUCTION 7.1. Wired Remote Control Name and function of each part...
  • Page 44: Refrigeration Cycle

    8 REFRIGERATION CYCLE 8.1. Heating Model CS-W24BD2P / CU-W24BBP5 CS-W28BD2P / CU-W28BBP5, 8...
  • Page 45: Cooling Only Model

    CS-W34BD2P / CU-W34BBP8 CS-W43BD2P / CU-W43BBP8 8.2. Cooling Only Model CS-W24BD2P / CU-V24BBP5, 8...
  • Page 46 CS-W28BD2P / CU-V28BBP5, 8 CS-W34BD2P / CU-V34BBP8 CS-W43BD2P / CU-V43BBP8...
  • Page 47: Operation Range

    9 OPERATION RANGE The applicable voltage range for each unit is given in “the following table”. The working voltage among the three phases must be balanced within 3% deviation from each voltage at the compressor terminals. The starting voltage must be higher than 85% of the rated voltage.
  • Page 48: Pipe Length

    ELO: equivalent length of oil trap. 2.5HP 20g per 1m 3~5HP 50g per 1m Example: CS-W24BD2P 10.2. REFRIGERANT ADDITIONAL In case of 30 m long pipe (one-way), the CHARGE amount of refrigerant to be replenished is: (30 - 30) x 20 = 0g •...
  • Page 49 10.3. Piping installation by existing piping Cooling only type (50Hz) Model Name Standard piping specification Liquid piping (dia.mm) Gas piping (dia.mm) Gas charge-less length Additional gas volume (g/m) CU-V24BBP5 6.35 15.88 CU-V24BBP8 6.35 15.88 CU-V28BBP5 9.52 15.88 CU-V28BBP8 9.52 15.88 CU-V34BBP8 9.52 19.05...
  • Page 50: Operating Characteristic

    S.C. R.C.(A) IPT(kW) R.C. R.C. (kW) (Hz) COOL / HEAT COOL / HEAT (kW) (kW) COOL / HEAT COOL / HEAT CS-W24BD2P 10.5 / 10.7 2.31 / 2.35 0.79 0.15 0.46 0.10 11.7 / 11.9 2.56 / 2.60 CU-W24BBP5 9.9 / 10.1 2.29 / 2.33...
  • Page 51: Fan Performance

    12 FAN PERFORMANCE CS-W24BD2P Model CS-W24BD2P External Static Current Power Consumption Power Factor Air Volume Pressure Speed (kW) (r/min) /min) 98pA (10mmAq) 0.83 0.18 94.2 1370 74Pa (7.5mmAq) 0.55 0.12 94.8 1200 59Pa (6mmAq) 0.48 0.10 90.5 1080 CS-W28BD2P Model...
  • Page 54: Safety Device

    13 SAFETY DEVICE • • • • INDOOR UNIT Indoor unit Model W24BD3P W24BD3P W28BD3P W28BD3P W34BD3P W43BD3P For fan motor protection Internal °C Protector (49F) °C For control protection Fuse 3.15 3.15 3.15 3.15 • • • • OUTDOOR UNIT Outdoor unit Heat 50Hz...
  • Page 55: Component Specification

    Direct on-line Starting Rated Output Poles Insulation Glass Revolution MEL56 MEL56 MEL56 MMMAPOE MMMAPOE Revolution Evaporator Models (Cooling Only Model) CS-W24BD2P CS-W28BD2P CS-W34BD2P CS-W43BD2P Tube Material Copper Tube Outer Diameter Thickness 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.28 No. of Tubes/Row Fin Material...
  • Page 56 Condenser Models Heat pump model CU-W24BBP5 CU-W28BBP5 CU-W34BBP5 CU-W43BBP8 CU-W28BBP8 CU-W34BBP8 Cooling only model CU-V24BBP5 CU-V28BBP5 CU-V34BBP5 CU-V43BBP8 CU-V24BBP8 CU-V28BBP8 CU-V34BBP8 Tube Material Copper tube Outer Diameter 9.52 9.52 9.52 9.52 Thickness No. of Tubes/Row Fin Material Aluminium Thickness 0.105 0.105 0.105 0.105...
  • Page 57: Capacity And Power Consumption

    15 CAPACITY AND POWER CONSUMPTION PERFORMANCE DATA COOLING PERFORMANCE Model Cooling capacities are based conditions CS-W24BD2P Indoor temp. 27°C D.B. 19°C W.B. Outdoor temp. 35°C D.B. Standard air volume 18 m /min Cooling capacity External Static Pressure (98Pa) 6.3kW Entering Temperature Air Entering Condenser (°C D.B.)
  • Page 58 Model Cooling capacities are based conditions CS-W34BD2P Indoor temp. 27°C D.B. 19°C W.B. Outdoor temp. 35°C D.B. Standard air volume 33 m /min Cooling capacity External Static Pressure (147Pa) 10.0kW Entering Temperature Air Entering Condenser (°C D.B.) 25°C 30°C 35°C 40°C 43°C Temperature...
  • Page 59 HEATING PERFORMANCE Model Heating capacities are based conditions CS-W24BD2P Indoor temp. 20°C D.B. Outdoor temp. 7°C D.B. 6°C W.B. Standard air volume 18 m /min Heating capacity External Static Pressure (98Pa) 7.1kW Inlet Air Outdoor Temperature (°C W.B.) External Static Pressure (Pa) Entering Air -6°C...
  • Page 60: Discharge And Suction Pressure

    16 DISCHARGE AND SUCTION PRESSURE 16.1. SATURATION TEMPERATURE OF DISCHARGE AND SUCTION PRESSURE Commonness TO ALL THE MODELS SATURATION TEMPERATURE OF DISCHARGE AND SUCTION PRESSURE * For intake temperature, consult the pressure - Enthalpy Table (R407C) at the end.
  • Page 61: Sound Data

    17 SOUND DATA...
  • Page 66: Twin Operation

    18 TWIN OPERATION 18.1. TWIN 18.1.1. Operation • • • • Simultaneous air conditioning of wide spaces and corners is possible. • • • • Master units and slave-units can be set automatically in twin and triple systems. No address setting is necessary. •...
  • Page 67 Automatic address setting for twin system Procedure: Turn on the power supply for the indoor and outdoor units. Operation: Automatic address setting will start 10 to 30 seconds after the power supply is turned on, and will be completed after about 1 minute.
  • Page 68: Piping Connections

    Automatic address resetting for twin systems Function • • • • This clears the current twin addresses which have been set automatically, and causes automatic twin address setting to be carried out once more. Procedure: Press the ADDRESS RESET switch SW3 (push button switch) on the outdoor unit circuit board continuously until LEDs 2 to 8 on the outdoor unit circuit board are all illuminated (takes approx.
  • Page 69: Refrigerant Charging

    • • • • The branch pipe should be horizontal to or perpendicular to the indoor unit. • • • • Installing branch pipes 18.3. Refrigerant charging • • • • For twin systems The pipe length is the total of the branch pipe (L) and the junction pipes (Ia→t Ib→t Ic in order from the thickest diameter). At the point where the pipe length exceeds 30 m, determine the amount of refrigerant for the remaining liquid-side pipe diameters and pipe lengths from the following table in order to charge the system.
  • Page 70 18.4. Wiring When both indoor and outdoor unit draw power (Example: 3 Phase power supply model) When only the outdoor unit draws power...
  • Page 71: Wiring Mistake Prevention

    19 WIRING MISTAKE PREVENTION Improved quality of installation work through adoption of an “Connection error prevention” circuit which prevents wiring mistakes Connection errors with the control wires and the power supply wires will not only contribute to burning-out of the control circuit board, but can also cause large-scale working losses and affect reliability.
  • Page 72: Test Operation And Self Diagnosis

    20 TEST OPERATION AND SELF DIAGNOSIS 20.1. Test operation (If the phase is reversed, the LED on the printed circuit board will flash.) • • • • Always be sure to use a properly-insulated tool to operate • • • • Check that the voltage is 198 V or higher when starting the the switch on the circuit board.
  • Page 73 20.3. Test operation using the wired remote control...
  • Page 75 Self-diagnosis error code table...
  • Page 76: Setting Of Save Energy And Thermistor Switch

    21 SETTING OF SAVE ENERGY AND THERMISTOR SWITCH 21.1. Energy save setting Open the cover remote control unit and confirm the presence of the [RP1] marking. Energy save setting method should be different for with [RP1] marking and without [RP1] marking.
  • Page 77: Group Control

    22 GROUP CONTROL 1 Setting group for 1 remote control unit • • • • When using a remote control thermostat, the thermostat setting is used for all indoor units in the group. • • • • During group control, up to a maximum of 16 indoor units can be connected. (Do not mix heat pump units and cooling-only units.) •...
  • Page 78: Trouble Shooting

    23 TROUBLE SHOOTING If test operation does not proceed correctly Symptom: Remote control unit... Display of “No power supply” Carry out test operation after approximately 6 hours have passed NOTE: since the power was turned on (crankcase heater is energized). If operation is started by using the remote control within 1 minute of Indoor unit...
  • Page 79 1. The main power is turned on while the transmission wires Symptom: between the indoor unit(s) are not connected (open circuit • • • • Remote control unit... Display of “No power supply” at section A) • • • • Indoor unit (master)... LED1 on the printed circuit board Symptom: stays illuminated and the unit does not operate Nothing abnormal appears on the remote control display.
  • Page 80 Symptom: 1. The main power is turned on while the transmission wires between the indoor unit and the outdoor unit are not Nothing abnormal appears on the remote control display, connected (open circuit at section A) and operation of indoor unit. No. 1 and indoor unit No. 2 is Symptom: possible.
  • Page 81 1. Automatic address setting (no need to have dip-switch set) If the wiring connected properly as above example, the address is set automatically by the main power supply. An indoor unit with remote control will be set as the master. If the power source is installed to indoor units and outdoor separately, turn on the switch as the following procedure: outdoor unit, indoor unit with control, and other indoor units.
  • Page 82 1. Automatic address setting (no need to have dip-switch set) If the wiring connected properly as above example, the AC numbers are set automatically by the main power supply. An indoor unit with remote control will be set as the master. If the power source is installed to indoor units and outdoor separately, turn on the switch as the following procedure: outdoor unit, indoor unit with controller, and other indoor units.
  • Page 83 Procedures of deleting memory at twin control system 1. Set the “OFF” position for main power supply switch. 2. Set the “ON” position for No. 8 pin of dip switch (DSW1) on indoor unit P.C. board. 3. Take main power supply switch “ON” for one minute, and then main power supply switch off. 4.
  • Page 84: Emergency Operation

    24 EMERGENCY OPERATION • • • • Set only the thermistor which shows an abnormality to the Emergency operation • • • • Emergency operation of outdoor unit condition shown in the table below to carry out emergency operation Emergency operation can be carried out by setting the DSW1 switch on the printed circuit board inside the outdoor unit to the EMERGENCY position.
  • Page 85: Control

    25 CONTROL 25.1. Description of basic Functions 25.1.1. Cooling mode operation time chart (*1) Outdoor unit fan start control during cooling At the start of cooling mode and drying mode operation, the outdoor unit heat exchanger outlet temperature is detected in order to set the fan speed.
  • Page 86 25.2. Freezing prevention control 1. Operation During cooling mode operation, after 9 minutes have passed since the compressor turned on, the outdoor units stops operating when the temperature detected by the indoor unit pipe temperature sensor is 2°C or lower. The indoor unit continues operating at the fan speed set by the remote control unit.
  • Page 87 25.3. Heating mode operation time chart (Heat pump type only) (*2) Outdoor unit fan control during heating mode operation Under conditions when the compressor is on during heating mode operation (except during defrosting and when the liquid bypass valve is on), the outdoor unit fan is controlled by means of input (CN2) indicating whether the contact of the heating pressure switch on the outdoor unit circuit board is open or closed (At the start of heating mode operation, the fan operates at HI speed.)
  • Page 88 25.4. Hot starting 1. When heating mode operation starts 1. Start Hot start control commences heating mode operation starts. 2. Operation “PREHEAT” appears on the remote control display. (Other displays remain unchanged.) At the indoor unit, the indoor unit fan stops. In addition, during hot starting, the louvre stays at the horizontal position (angle 0°).
  • Page 89 3. Cancelling Hot starting is cancelled when the temperature detected by the indoor unit pipe temperature sensor is 18°C or higher, or after a maximum 1 minute has passed since defrosting was completed. After cancellation, the “PREHEAT” display on the remote control disappears and the louvre operation returns to the previous setting.
  • Page 90 25.6. Excess heat dissipation for indoor unit The indoor unit fan continues operating for 30 seconds after heating mode operation turns off in order to dissipate excess heat. 1. When heating mode operation has stopped (LOW operation for 30 seconds) 2.
  • Page 91 25.8. Indoor thermostat characteristic 1. Thermostat characteristic during cooling and heating modes...
  • Page 94: Indoor Unit Fan Control

    25.9. Indoor unit fan control 1. Fixing at LO, MED or HI When LO,MED or HI is set, the relay switches and operation is carried out at that setting. 2. Automatic fan speed When set to AUTO, the indoor unit fan operation changes as shown in the table below. 25.10.
  • Page 95: Dip Switch Settings

    25.14. DIP switch settings • • • • Indoor unit printed circuit board (DSW1)
  • Page 96: Installation (Indoor Unit)

    26 INSTALLATION (INDOOR UNIT)
  • Page 108: Installation (Outdoor Unit)

    27 INSTALLATION (OUTDOOR UNIT)
  • Page 120: Replacement Parts

    28 REPLACEMENT PARTS 28.1. INDOOR UNIT CS-W24BD2P, CS-W28BD2P, CS-W34BD2P, CS-W43BD2P...
  • Page 121 CS-W24BD2P, CS-W28BD2P, CS-W34BDP, CS-W43BD2P REF. NO. PARTS NAME PARTS NUMBER QUANTITY PER 1 UNIT CS-W24BD2P CS-W28BD2P CS-W34BD2P CS-W43BD2P Cabinet (Bottom) P42-T02170 ---- ---- P42-T03010 ---- ---- Drain pan P42-T02370 ---- ---- P42-T02700 ---- ---- Evaporator P45-T07300 ---- ---- P45-T07310 ----...
  • Page 122 28.2. OUTDOOR UNIT...
  • Page 126 CU-W24BBP5, CU-W28BBP5, CU-W28BBP8 PART DESCRIPTION QTY. CU-W24BBP5 CU-W28BBP5 CU-W28BBP8 ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← BASE PAN ASS’Y CWD52K1038A COMPRESSOR NE41VNHMT NE44VNHMT NE44YDNMT ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ANTI-VIBRATION BUSHING CWH501018 ← ← ← ← ←...
  • Page 127 CU-V24BBP5, CU-V24BBP8, CU-V28BBP5, CU-V28BBP8 PART DESCRIPTION QTY. CU-V24BBP5 CU-V24BBP8 CU-V28BBP5 CU-V28BBP8 ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← BASE PAN ASS’Y CWD52K1038A COMPRESSOR NE41VNHMT NE41YDNMT NE44VNHMT NE44YDNMT ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ←...
  • Page 132 CU-W34BBP8, CU-W43BBP8 PART DESCRIPTION QTY. CU-W34BBP8 CU-W43BBP8 BASE PAN ASS’Y CWD52K1039A CWD52K1040A COMPRESSOR ZR48KCE-TFD ZR57KCE-TFD ← ← ← ← ANTI-VIBRATION BUSHING CWH501020 ← ← ← ← NUT FOR COMP. MOUNT. CWH4582065 CRANKCASE HEATER CWA341004 CWA341002 CONDENSER COMPLETE CWB32C1196 CWB32C1197 TUBE ASS’Y (CAPILLARY TUBE) CWT07K1075 CWT07K1076 PIPE HOLDER RUBBER...
  • Page 133 CU-V34BBP8, CU-V43BBP8 PART DESCRIPTION QTY. CU-V34BBP8 CU-V43BBP8 BASE PAN ASS’Y CWD52K1039A CWD52K1040A COMPRESSOR ZR48KCE-TFD ZR57KCE-TFD ← ← ← ← ANTI-VIBRATION BUSHING CWH501020 ← ← ← ← NUT FOR COMP. MOUNT. CW4582065 CRANKCASE HEATER CWA341004 CWA341002 CONDENSER COMPLETE CWB32C1191 CWB32C1192 TUBE ASS’Y (CAPILLARY TUBE) CWT07K1079 CWT07K1080 PIPE HOLDER RUBBER...