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SERVICE
INSTRUCTION
R410A
SPLIT TYPE
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
WALL MOUNTED
INVERTER
Models
Indoor unit
AS*A07LGC
AS*A09LGC
AS*A12LGC
AS*A14LGC
type
Outdoor unit
AO*R07LGC
AO*R09LGC
AO*R12LGC
AO*R14LGC

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    SPLIT TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER SERVICE INSTRUCTION Models Indoor unit Outdoor unit AO*R07LGC AS*A07LGC AO*R09LGC AS*A09LGC AS*A12LGC AO*R12LGC AS*A14LGC AO*R14LGC R410A...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. SPECIFICATION AS*A09/12LGC, AO*R09/12LGC................... 01-01 2. DIMENSIONS AS*A09/12LGC, AO*R09/12LGC ................... 02-01 3. REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM AS*A09/12LGC, AO*R09/12LGC ................... 03-01 4. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AS*A09/12LGC, AO*R09/12LGC..................04-01 5. DESCRIPTION OF EACH CONTROL OPERATION 1. COOLING OPERATION....................05-01 2. HEATING OPERATION....................05-02 3.

  • Page 3

    6. REFRIGERANT CAUTION -R410A- 1. R410A TOOLS......................06-01 2. PRECAUTION FOR INSTALLATION................. 06-02 3. PRECAUTION FOR SERVICING................06-04 4. NEW REFRIGERANT R410A..................06-05 5. DEFFERENCE FROM CONVENTIONAL MODEL(R22) AND PRECAUTIONS..06-08 7. TROUBLE SHOOTING 1. WHEN THE UNIT DOES NOT OPERATE AT ALL............ 07-01 2.

  • Page 4: Specification

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 1 . SPECIFICATIONS...

  • Page 5: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS ELECTRICAL DATA Cool & heat inverter TYPE INDOOR UNIT AS*A07LGC AS*A09LGC AS*A12LGC AS*A14LGC OUTDOOR UNIT AO*R07LGC AO*R09LGC AO*R12LGC AO*R14LGC COOLING CAPACITY 2.10 kW 2.50 kW 3.40 kW 4.00 kW HEATING CAPACITY 3.00 kW 3.20 kW 4.00 kW 5.00 kW POWER SOURCE 230 V 230 V...

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    DIMENSIONS Cool & heat inverter TYPE INDOOR UNIT AS*A07LGC AS*A09LGC AS*A12LGC AS*A14LGC OUTDOOR UNIT AO*R07LGC AO*R09LGC AO*R12LGC AO*R14LGC INDOOR UNIT H x W x D 260 x 790 x 198 mm 540 x 660 x 290 mm 620 x 790 x 298mm OUTDOOR UNIT H x W x D WEIGHT...

  • Page 7: Dimensions

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 2 . DIMENSIONS...

  • Page 8: As*a09/12lgc, Ao*r09/12lgc

    D I M E N S I O N S Models : AS*A07LGC / AO*R07LGC AS*A09LGC / AO*R09LGC AS*A12LGC / AO*R12LGC (unit : mm) INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT 02-01...

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    Models : AS*A14LGC / AO*R14LGC (unit : mm) INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT 02-02...

  • Page 10: Refrigerant System Diagram

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 3 . REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM...

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    R E F R I G E R A N T S Y S T E M D I A G R A M Models : AS*A07LGC / AO*R07LGC AS*A09LGC / AO*R09LGC AS*A12LGC / AO*R12LGC AS*A14LGC / AO*R14LGC Heat exchanger (indoor unit) 3-Way valve 2-Way valve...

  • Page 12: Circuit Diagram

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 4 . CIRCUIT DIAGRAM...

  • Page 13

    CIRCUIT DIAGRAM Models : AS*A07LGC / AO*R07LGC AS*A09LGC / AO*R09LGC AS*A12LGC / AO*R12LGC INDOOR UNIT INDICATOR PCB ASSEMBLY FAN MOTOR TERMINAL GRAY GRAY BLACK WHITE GREEN GREEN / YELLOW EARTH TERMINAL POWER SOURCE STEP MOTOR ( LOUVER ) AO*R07LGC OUTDOOR UNIT AO*R09LGC COMPRESSOR REACTOR...

  • Page 14

    Models : AS*A14LGC / AO*R14LGC INDOOR UNIT INDICATOR PCB ASSEMBLY FAN MOTOR TERMINAL GRAY GRAY BLACK WHITE GREEN GREEN / YELLOW EARTH TERMINAL POWER SOURCE STEP MOTOR ( LOUVER ) OUTDOOR UNIT REACTOR REACTOR WHITE WHITE WHITE BLACK CONTROLLER PCB ASSEMBLY THERMISTOR 4-WAY VALVE BLACK...

  • Page 15: Description Of Each Control Operation

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 5 . DESCRIPTION OF EACH CONTROL OPERATION...

  • Page 16: Cooling Operation

    1. COOLING OPERATION 1-1 COOLING CAPACITY CONTROL A sensor (room temperature thermistor) built in the indoor unit body will usually perceive difference or variation between a set temperature and present room temperature, and controls the operation frequency of the compressor. * If the room temperature is 2°C higher than a set temperature, the compressor operation frequency will attain to maximum performance.

  • Page 17: Heating Operation

    2. HEATING OPERATION 2-1 HEATING CAPACITY CONTROL A sensor (room temperature thermistor) built in the indoor unit body will usually perceive difference or variation between a set temperature and present room temperature, and controls the operation frequency of the compressor. * If the room temperature is lower by 3°C than a set temperature, the compressor operation frequency will attain to maximum performance.

  • Page 18: Dry Operation

    3. DRY OPERATION 3-1 INDOOR UNIT CONTROL The compressor rotation frequency shall change according to the temperature, set temperature, and room temperature variation which the room temperature sensor of the indoor unit body has detected as shown in the Table 3. However, after the compressor is driven, the indoor unit shall run at operation frequency of 70Hz (for AS*A07/09LGC) or 56Hz (for AS*A12LGC) or 40Hz (for AS*A14LGC), for a minute.

  • Page 19: Auto Changeover Operation

    4. AUTO CHANGEOVER OPERATION When the air conditioner is set to the AUTO mode by remote control, operation starts in the optimum mode from among the HEATING, COOLING, DRY and MONITORING modes. During operation, the optimum mode is automatically switched in accordance with temperature changes. The temperature can be set between 18°C and 30°C in 1°C steps.

  • Page 20: Indoor Fan Control

    5. INDOOR FAN CONTROL 1. Fan speed ( Table 6 : Indoor Fan Speed ) AS*A07/ 09/ 12LGC AS*A14LGC Operation mode Air flow mode Speed (rpm) Operation mode Air flow mode Speed (rpm) 1440 1500 Heating Heating 1370 1440 1200 1300 1080 Quiet...

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    4. DRY OPERATION Refer to the Table 6. During the dry mode operation, the fan speed setting can not be changed. 5. HEATING OPERATION Switch the airflow [AUTO], and the indoor fan motor will run according to a room temperature, as shown in Figure 7.

  • Page 22: Outdoor Fan Control

    6. OUTDOOR FAN CONTROL 1. Outdoor Fan Motor Following table shows the type of the outdoor fan motor. The control method is different between AC motor and DC motor. ( Table 7 : Type of Motor ) AC Motor DC Motor AS*A07/ 09/ 12/ 14LGC 2.

  • Page 23: Louver Control

    7. LOUVER CONTROL 1. VERTICAL LOUVER CONTROL (Function Range) Each time the button is pressed, the air direction range will change as follow: (Fig 9: Air Direction Range) Cooling / Dry mode Heating mode Fan mode Use the air direction adjustments within the ranges shown above. The vertical airflow direction is set automatically as shown, in accordance with the type of operation selected.

  • Page 24: Compressor Control

    8. COMPRESSOR CONTROL 1. OPEARTION FREQUENCY RANGE The operation frequency of the compressor is different based on the operation mode as shown in the table 10. (Table 10 : Compressor Operation Frequency Range) Cooling Heating AS*A07/ 09LGC 22Hz 79Hz 22Hz 99Hz 28Hz 37Hz...

  • Page 25: Timer Operation Control

    9. TIMER OPEARTION CONTROL The table 11 shows the available timer setting based on the product model. (Table 11 : Timer Setting) ON TIMER / OFF TIMER PROGRAM TIMER SLEEP TIMER AS*A07/ 09/ 12/ 14LGC 1. OPEARTION FREQUENCY RANGE OFF timer : When the clock reaches the set time, the air conditioner will be turned off. Operation mode Stop mode Set time of timer...

  • Page 26

    3. SLEEP TIMER If the sleep is set, the room temperature is monitored and the operation is stopped automatically. If the operation mode or the set temperature is change after the sleep timer is set, the operation is continued according to the changed setting of the sleep timer from that time ON. In the cooling operation mode When the sleep timer is set, the setting temperature is increased 1°C.

  • Page 27: Electronic Expansion Valve Control

    10. ELECTRONIC EXPANSION VALVE CONTROL The most proper opening of the electronic expansion valve is calculated and controlled under the present operating condition based on the following values. The compressor frequency, the temperatures detected by the discharge temperature sensor, the indoor heat exchanger sensor, the outdoor heat exchanger sensor, and the outdoor temperature sensor.

  • Page 28: Manual Auto Operation ( Indoor Unit Body Operation )

    15. MANUAL AUTO OPERATION (Indoor unit body operation) If MANUAL AUTO Button is set, the operation is controlled as shown in Table 12. If the remote control is lost or battery power dissipated, this function will work without the remote control. (Table 12) Manual auto operation Forced cooling operation...

  • Page 29: Defrost Operation Control

    19. DEFROST OPERATION CONTROL 1. CONDITION OF STARTING THE DEFROST OPERATION The defrost operation starts when the outdoor heat exchanger temperature sensor detects the temperature lower than the values shown in Table 14. (Table 14 : Condition of starting Defrost Operation) Compressor operating time 25 minutes to Less than 25 minutes...

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    Defrost Flow Chart The defrosting shall proceed by the integrating operation time and outdoor heat exchanger temperature as follows. Heating operation start : Compressor ON (Not defrosted for 10 minutes) Compressor integrating Compressor integrating operation: operation: Over 25 minutes to Over 240 minutes below 240 minutes Outdoor heat exchanger...

  • Page 31: Off Defrost Operation Control

    20. OFF DEFROST OPEARTION CONTROL When operation stops in the [Heating operation] mode, if frost is adhered to the outdoor unit heat exchanger, the defrost operation will proceed automatically. In this time, if indoor unit operation lamp flashes slowly (7 sec ON / 2 sec OFF), the outdoor unit will allow the heat exchanger to defrost, and then stop.

  • Page 32: Various Protections

    22. VARIOUS PROTECTIONS 1. DISCHARGE GAS TEMPERATURE OVERRISE PREVENSION CONTROL The discharge gas thermosensor (discharge thermistor : Outdoor side) will detect discharge gas temperature. When the discharge temperature becomes higher than Temperature ,the compressor frequency is decreased 20 Hz, and it continues to decrease the frequency for 20 Hz every 120 seconds until the temperature becomes lower than Temperature .

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    3. ANTIFREEZING CONTROL (Cooling and Dry mode) The compressor frequency is decrease on cooling & dry mode when the indoor heat exchanger temperature sensor detects the temperature lower than Temperature . Then, the anti-freezing control is released when it becomes higher than Temperature . (Table 19 : Anti-freezing Protection Operation / Release Temperature) Outdoor temperature Temperature...

  • Page 34: Refrigerant Caution -r410a

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 6 . REFRIGERANT CAUTION -R410A-...

  • Page 35: R410a Tools

    1. R410A TOOLS This air conditioner used R410A. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT (R410A) For installation and servicing, it is necessary to prepare the tools and machines that are different from the previous Pressure control and Gas charging refrigerant. Circuit switching Safety charger Fig.4-13 Mark shows the exclusive use for R410A.

  • Page 36: Precaution For Installation

    2. PRECAUTION FOR INSTALLATION Precaution for installation Pipe diameter, recommended material and wall thickness Nominal diameter 1/4" 3/8" 1/2" 5/8" 3/4" 7/8" 1" 1 1/8" 1 1/4" 1 3/8" 1 1/2" (in) Outside diameter 6.35 9.52 12.70 15.88 19.05 22.22 25.40 28.58 31.75 34.92...

  • Page 37: Refrigerant Charge

    Be careful not to mix moisture and contamination into the pipe Moisture contamination in the pipe is a cause of trouble. Air purge Always use a vacuum pump to purge air. Refrigerant charge Don't charge from the phase side. Do it always from the liquid phase side.

  • Page 38: Precaution For Servicing

    3. PRECAUTION FOR SERVICING Feature 1 Refrigerant oil is different from before. Precaution on Tools Refrigerant oil for Different point from New Refrigerant previous one Use the gauge manifold and charge hose Synthetic oil Absorbent character for New Refrigerant(HFC), which shall is high.

  • Page 39: New Refrigerant R410a

    4. NEW REFRIGERANT R410A What is HFC ? Phase-out schedule of HCFC according to Montreal protocol (HCFC consumption of 1989) + 100% = (CFC consumption of 1989) x 2.8% total abolition only service use started control 0.5% 1996 2000 2004 2010 2015 2020...

  • Page 40

    Ozone Layer depleting mechanism sunbeam Ozone CFCl What is CFC and HCFC? CFC : Chloro-Fluoro-Carbon High ODP( ozone depletion potential ) chemical compound, including chlorine. (ODP:0.6-1.0) For example : R12 (for refrigerator and car air-conditioner) HCFC : Hydro-Chloro-Fluoro-Carbon Low ODP chemical compound, including chlorine and hydrogen. (ODP:0.02-01) For example : R22 (for air-conditioner) : Hydro-Fluoro-Carbon...

  • Page 42: Defference From Conventional Model(r22) And Precautions

    5. DEFFERENCE FROM CONVENTIONAL MODEL (R22) AND PRECAUTIONS • Use new synthetic oils such as ester because HFC series refrigerant has less solubility with mineral oils conventionally used for R22. • As these new synthetic oils are easily influenced by moisture and dusts, they must be treated more care- fully than the conventional lubricating oils.

  • Page 43: Trouble Shooting

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 7 . TROUBLE SHOOTING 1. When the unit does not operate at all (Operation lamp and Timer lamp do not light up) 2. Self Diagnosis Function (Either Operation lamp or Timer lamp is blinking) * How to operate the self-diagnosis function * Self- diagnosis table and Check points 3.

  • Page 44

    Does not operate at all (Operation Lamp and Timer Lamp do not light up) [Notes in service] This model is non-insulated PCB that doesn't take the insulated structure on the PCB from this fiscal year. Be careful that it is likely to get a hock when it touches the charge part when checking. Moreover, there is a possibility of getting a shock even if it touches the secondary circuit of the display PCB or the stepping motor, etc.

  • Page 45: Self Diagnosis Function

    SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION This function memorizes the self-diagnosis function (lamp display) in the in door control P.C.Board when trouble occurs. (The memory contents are not destroyed even when the power cord is unplugged from the AC outlet.) The self-diagnosis function (lamp display) can also be switched between major classification display and minor classification display and precise diagnosis can be made.

  • Page 46: Self-diagnosis Function And Checking Points

    Self - diagnosis function and Checking points Error Indication Error Diagnosis Method Operation Timer (Protection) (GREEN) (ORANGE) 0.5 sec Serial reverse transfer error At the start up, the indoor unit does not receive the signal for 10 consecutive seconds from the time when the power relay was ON. 2 times at starting up operation >Permanent stop after 30 seconds.

  • Page 47

    Self - diagnosis function and Checking points Error Indication Error Diagnosis Method Operation Timer (Protection) (GREEN) (ORANGE) 0.5 sec 0.5 sec Discharge thermistor error The detection value of the discharge thermistor is either open or shorted. 3 times 2 times >...

  • Page 48

    Self - diagnosis function and Checking points Error Indication Error Diagnosis Method Operation Timer (Protection) (GREEN) (ORANGE) 0.5 sec 0.5 sec IPM protection Abnormal current value of IPM is detected. > Permanent stop. 5 times 2 times [Diagnosis Point] Heat radiation is blocked (inlet/outlet). Check if outdoor fan is defetcive (does not rotate).

  • Page 49

    Self - diagnosis function and Checking points Error Indication Error Diagnosis Method Operation Timer (Protection) (GREEN) (ORANGE) 0.5 sec 0.5 sec Discharge temperature The discharge temperature error is activated. 7 times 2 times error > Permanent stop. [Diagnosis Point] Check if 2-way valve or 3-way valve is left open. Heat radiation is blocked (Inlet /outlet).

  • Page 50

    Serial Signal Receiving Error [Check Point] Check which has a cause of error, either Indoor unit or Outdoor unit. * Remove indoor unit front panel and cable clampers and keep the terminal block clear so that it can be measured with a meter. * Remove AC power and reset the power, and press Test Operation switch on remote control.

  • Page 51: Ipm Protection

    IPM Protection [Checking Points] Check the following points and locate the cause in the outdoor unit. [Cause]   (1) Compressor failure   (2) Refrigeration cycle failure   (3) PC Board defective   (4) IPM defective   (5) Incorrect wiring [First step] Measure the DC voltage at terminals (between Electrolytic Capacitor and discharge resistance) in the Inverter Controller Assy, and make sure it is lower than DC5V.

  • Page 52: Trouble Shooting Of Refrigerant Cycle

    Trouble Shooting of Refrigerant Cycle [Diagnosis Table for Defective Component] : Item of most possible cause Cooling High Compressor Discharge Pressure IPM Protection Location error Temperature Error Protection Refrigerant leak Compressor failure(*) EEV failure (*) Thermistor failure (*) (*) Trouble Shooting Method (1) Checking method of the compressor failure Insert the AC plug and start up the cooling operation.

  • Page 53: Appending Data

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 8 . APPENDING DATA 1. Function setting 2. Jumper setting of Outdoor unit 3. Outdoor unit Pressure Value and Total Electric Current Curve 4. Thermistor Resistance Values 5. Capacity/ Input Data...

  • Page 54

    8-1. FUNCTION SETTING 8-1-1 INDOOR UNIT Follow the instructions in the Local Setup Procedure, which is supplied with the remote control, in accordance with the installed condition. After the power is turned on, perform the Function Setting on the remote control. The settings may be selected between the following two: Function Number or Setting Value.

  • Page 55: Procedures To Change The Function Setting For Wireless Rc

    8-1-2 Procedures to change the Function Setting for wireless RC This procedure changes to the function settings used to control the indoor unit according to the installation conditions. Incorrect settings can cause the indoor unit malfunction. After the power is turned on, perform the "FUNCTION SETTING" according to the installation conditions using the remote controller.

  • Page 56

    STEP 2 Selecting the Function Number and Setting Value (1) Press the SET TEMP. ( ) buttons to select the function number. (Press the MODE button to switch between the left and right digits.) (2) Press the FAN button to proceed to setting the value. (Press the FAN button again to return to the function number selection.) (3) Press the SET TEMP.

  • Page 57: Outdoor Unit Pressure Value And Total Electric Current Curve

    8-3 . Outdoor unit Pressure Value and Total Electric Current Curve 8-3-1 Cooling operation Model Name : AS*A07/ 09/ 12LGC [Condition] Ambient Indoor / Outdoor - Same temperature temperature Refrigerant Standard amount amount Piping 5.0m (Height difference 1m) length Power 50Hz - 230V voltage Operation...

  • Page 58

    Model Name : AS*A14LGC [Condition] Ambient Indoor / Outdoor - Same temperature temperature Refrigerant Standard amount amount Piping 5.0m (Height difference 1m) length Power 50Hz - 230V voltage Operation TEST mode (Cooling), Hi Fan, Horizontal direction, Front air flow condition Measuring Measure the low pressure with the pressure meter at the service valve.

  • Page 59

    8-3-2 Heating operation Model Name : AS*A07/ 09/ 12LGC [Condition] Ambient Indoor 15, 20, 23degC, Outdoor 2, 7, 12degC temperature Refrigerant Standard amount amount Piping 5.0m (Height difference 1m) length Power 50Hz - 230V voltage Operation TEST mode (Heating), Hi Fan, Lower direction, Front air flow condition Measure the high pressure with the pressure meter at the service valve.

  • Page 60

    Model Name : AS*A14LGC [Condition] Ambient Indoor 15, 20, 23degC, Outdoor 2, 7, 12degC temperature Refrigerant Standard amount amount Piping 5.0m (Height difference 1m) length Power 50Hz - 230V voltage Operation TEST mode (Heating), Hi Fan, Lower direction, Front air flow condition Measure the high pressure with the pressure meter at the service valve.

  • Page 61: Thermistor Resistance Values

    8-4. Thermistor Resistance Values 8-4-1 INDOOR UNIT Room temperature thermistor Indoor heat exchanger thermistor Resistance(k ) Voltage(V) Resistance(k ) Voltage(V) Temp ( C) Temp ( C) 0.00 33.62 1.15 0.00 176.03 1.10 5.00 25.93 1.39 5.00 134.23 1.36 10.00 20.18 1.66 10.00 103.34...

  • Page 62: Capacity/ Input Data

    8-5. Capacity/ Input Data MODEL : AS*A07LGC COOLING 12.5 °CDB °CWB °CDB 1.97 1.40 0.33 2.19 1.41 0.34 2.26 1.53 0.34 2.41 1.54 0.34 2.49 1.66 0.34 2.64 1.65 0.35 2.79 1.76 0.35 1.87 1.33 0.37 2.08 1.34 0.38 2.15 1.45 0.38 2.29...

  • Page 63

    MODEL : AS*A09LGC COOLING 12.5 °CDB °CWB °CDB 2.34 1.60 0.44 2.61 1.61 0.45 2.70 1.75 0.45 2.87 1.76 0.46 2.96 1.90 0.46 3.14 1.89 0.46 3.32 2.01 0.47 2.22 1.52 0.50 2.48 1.53 0.50 2.56 1.66 0.51 2.73 1.67 0.51 2.81 1.80...

  • Page 64

    MODEL : AS*A12LGC COOLING 12.5 °CDB °CWB °CDB 3.18 2.20 0.61 3.55 2.21 0.62 3.67 2.41 0.63 3.91 2.41 0.63 4.03 2.61 0.64 4.27 2.60 0.64 4.51 2.77 0.65 3.03 2.09 0.70 3.37 2.11 0.71 3.49 2.29 0.71 3.72 2.30 0.72 3.83 2.48...

  • Page 65

    MODEL : AS*A14LGC COOLING 13.3 °CDB °CWB °CDB 3.72 2.58 0.75 4.14 2.60 0.76 4.29 2.83 0.77 4.57 2.83 0.78 4.71 3.06 0.78 4.99 3.05 0.79 5.28 3.25 0.80 3.55 2.46 0.85 3.95 2.48 0.86 4.08 2.69 0.87 4.35 2.70 0.87 4.49 2.92...

  • Page 66: Replacement Parts

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 9 . REPLACEMENT PARTS...

  • Page 67

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AS*A07LGC AS*A09LGC AS*A12LGC AS*A14LGC Air Filter Front Panel Clamper (Grille) Air Filter Receiver Window Clamper (Grille) Intake Grille Panel Cover Remote Control Remote Control Holder 09-01...

  • Page 68

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AS*A07LGC AS*A09LGC AS*A12LGC AS*A14LGC Evaporator Holder L Rear Bracket Evaporator Holder R Filter Guide Evaporator Assy Joint Pipe Assy 09-02...

  • Page 69

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AS*A07LGC AS*A09LGC AS*A12LGC AS*A14LGC Shaft Holder C Crossflow Fan Assy Bracket Panel Motor Cover Fan Motor Casing Fan Guard Drain Cap Casing Cover B Casing Cover F Louver Gear Holder R and L Louver B Drain Hose Assy Louver Z Motor Step Louver Gear...

  • Page 70

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AS*A07LGC AS*A09LGC AS*A12LGC AS*A14LGC Box Shield Control Box Controller PCB Assy Display PCB Assy Control Cover Cover Shield Display Case Power Cord Assy 09-04...

  • Page 71

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AO*R07LGC AO*R09LGC AO*R12LGC Protective Net Top Panel Assy Cabinet Left Assy Separator Assy Fan Ring Reactor Assy Valve Bracket Cover Switch Cover Emblem REM Plate Assy Valve Bracket Motor Bracket Cabinet Right Assy Front Panel Assy Propeller Fan Fan Motor 09-05...

  • Page 72

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AO*R07LGC AO*R09LGC Condenser Assy Pulse Motor Expansion Valve Coil Valve Assy 4 way Valve Compressor Assy Entrance Pipe Assy (Cond) Discharge Pipe Assy Exit Pipe Separate Pipe Muffler Assy (Cond) Base Assy Cushion 2 way Valve Assy 3 way Valve Assy Models : AO*R12LGC Condenser Assy...

  • Page 73

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AO*R07LGC AO*R09LGC AO*R12LGC Sealed Panel Heat sink B Controller PCB Assy PCB Holder Inverter Case Assy Heat sink A Terminal Terminal Cover Bracket Terminal 09-07...

  • Page 74

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AO*R14LGC Top Panel Assy Condenser Assy Motor Bracket Protective Net Fan Motor Fan Ring Front Panel Assy Switch Cover Separate Wall Sub Assy Base Assy Emblem Propeller Fan 09-08...

  • Page 75

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AO*R14LGC Entrance Pipe Assy OUTDOOR UNIT Discharge Pipe Assy 4-Way Valve Compressor Assy Expansion Valve Coil Pulse Motor Valve Assy Pipe (Cond Sepa) Assy Bracket Valve Cover Suction Pipe Assy Pipe (Cond Ex) Assy Muffler (3-Way Valve) 2-Way Valve Assy Bracket Valve 3-Way Valve Assy...

  • Page 76

    REPLACEMENT PARTS Models : AO*R14LGC Controller PCB Assy OUTDOOR UNIT PCB Holder Inverter Case Terminal Inverter Case Cover 09-10...

  • Page 77: Installation Manual

    R410A WALL MOUNTED type INVERTER 10 . INSTALLATION MANUAL...

  • Page 78

    SPLIT TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER For authorized service personnel only. INSTALLATION MANUAL WARNING (1) For the room air conditioner to operate satisfactory, install it as outlined in this installation manual. (2) Connect the indoor unit and outdoor unit with the air conditioner piping and cords available standards parts. This (PART NO.

  • Page 79

    INDOOR UNIT For left piping and left rear piping, align the marks on the wall hook Fig. 8 bracket and shape the connection pipe. Connection pipe CUTTING THE HOLE IN THE WALL FOR THE CONNECTING PIPING Bend the connection piping at the bend radius of 70 mm or more and (6.35 mm dia.) install no more than 35 mm from the wall.

  • Page 80: Electrical Requirement

    SPLIT TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER For authorized service personnel only. INSTALLATION MANUAL WARNING (1) For the room air conditioner to operate satisfactory, install it as outlined in this installation manual. (2) Connect the indoor unit and outdoor unit with the air conditioner piping and cords available standards parts. This (PART NO.

  • Page 81

    INDOOR UNIT For left piping and left rear piping, align the marks on the wall hook Fig. 8 bracket and shape the connection pipe. Connection pipe CUTTING THE HOLE IN THE WALL FOR THE CONNECTING PIPING Bend the connection piping at the bend radius of 70 mm or more and (6.35 mm dia.) install no more than 35 mm from the wall.

  • Page 82

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