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16~22 SEER, Inverter Unit
9,000 to 36,000 BTU/Hr
Single Split
Cooling only
4MYW8-A
4TYK8-A
Heat pump
4MXW8-A
4TXK8-A
June 2012
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   Summary of Contents for Daikin r-410a

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    16~22 SEER, Inverter Unit 9,000 to 36,000 BTU/Hr Single Split Cooling only 4MYW8-A 4TYK8-A Heat pump 4MXW8-A 4TXK8-A June 2012...

  • Page 2: Warnings And Cautions

    R-410A, please contact your Failure to use R-410A approved service equipment could result in standard equipment exploding under R-410A higher pressure which could result in death or serious injury. © All rights reserved MS-SVU40A-EN...

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    NOTICE Use PVE Oil with R-410A Mini-Split Units! All R-410A mini-splits use a PVE oil (Polyvinyl Ether Oil) that readily absorbs moisture from the atmosphere. To limit this “hygroscopic” action, the system should remain sealed whenever possible. If a system has been open to the atmosphere for more than 4 hours, the compressor oil must be replaced.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents General Information ..........Model Numbers .

  • Page 5: General Information

    General Information This Owner’s Manual is given as a guide to good practices in the operation of a wall mounted split system. However it does not contain all the service procedures for this unit, as these procedures must be performed by a qualified service technician, through the maintenance contract with a reputable service company.

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    Cooling only...

  • Page 7: Recommendations

    Recommendations The followings are general recommendations that are necessary to follow to obtain maximum performance from your air conditioner: • Don’t leave windows and doors open for a long time while operating the air conditioner. It can decrease the air conditioning capacity. •...

  • Page 8: Maintenance

    Maintenance WARNING Hazardous Service Procedures! The maintenance and troubleshooting procedures recommended in this section of the manual could result in exposure to electrical, mechanical or other potential safety hazards. Always refer to the safety warnings provided throughout this manual concerning these procedures. When possible, disconnect all electrical power including remote disconnect and discharge all energy storing devices such as capacitors before servicing.

  • Page 9: Cleaning The Filter

    Maintenance WARNING Fire Hazard! Never dry the filters using a fire. Failure to follow this safety precaution could result in the filter catching fire which could cause injury and/or property damage. Cleaning the Filter 1. The filters can be cleaned with water, but can't with brush or hard things. Dry it in the shade or sun after cleaning, but not by wiping.

  • Page 10: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting WARNING Hazardous Service Procedures! The maintenance and troubleshooting procedures recommended in this section of the manual could result in exposure to electrical, mechanical or other potential safety hazards. Always refer to the safety warnings provided throughout this manual concerning these procedures. When possible, disconnect all electrical power including remote disconnect and discharge all energy storing devices such as capacitors before servicing.

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    Troubleshooting Problems Possible causes * The sound of the fan or compressor relay switching on or off. Noise is emitted from the indoor unit. * When the defrost mode is starting or stopping, the sound of refrigerant flow changing direction may be heard. * In the HEAT mode, if the temperature of the indoor coil is very low, the fan will stop for up to 3 minutes to prevent the delivery of cold air.

  • Page 12: Operation

    Operation Emergency Operation If the wireless remote is lost or damaged, the system can be operated using the manual switch or code switch. The system will run in Auto Run mode, and will not change the temperature setting nor the fan speed. The manual switch can be operated as follows: To operate the unit, press the AUTO/STOP button once and the unit will enter into AUTO RUN mode.

  • Page 13: Working Principle Of Heating Mode

    Operation Working principle of heating mode Principle: • The air conditioner absorbs heat from the outdoor air and uses refrigerant to transfer the heat energy to the indoor unit where it is discharged into the room. Total heating capacity will increase or decrease based on outdoor ambient temperature. •...

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    CONFORMS TO UL STD. 1995 CERTIFIED TO CSA STD. C22.2 Intertek N0. 236 3097844 MS-SVU40A-EN Literature Order Number Date June 2012 April 2010 Supersedes The manufacturer has a policy of continuous product and product data improvement and reserves the right to change design and specifications without notice. @ 2012 Trane.

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