Section B - Indoor Unit Installation - Wall Mount
Required Tools for Installation
• Wire Snipper
• Hole Saw 2 3/4"
• Vacuum pump
• Soap-and-water solution or gas leakage
• Torque wrench
• 17mm, 22mm, 26mm
• Tubing cutter
• Flaring tool
• Razor knife
• Measuring tape
• Micron gauge
• Mini-Split AD-87 Adapter (1/4" to 5/16")
• A - Non-adhesive Tape
• B - Adhesive Tape
• C - Saddle (L.S.) with screws
• D - Electrical wiring
• E - Drain hose (Included)
• F - Insulation
• G - Piping hole cover (Included)
This picture is for reference only. Your product may look different. Read this manual before installation. Explain the operation of the unit to the user according to
The models adopt HFC free refrigerant R410A
Arrangement of piping
The marks from
in the gure are the
name of the parts.
The distance between
the indoor unit and the
oor should be more
than 6 feet.
Step 1 - Preparation
Procedure for Selecting the Location
• Choose a place solid enough to bear the
weight and vibration of the unit and where
the operation noise will not be amplified.
• Choose a location where the hot air
discharged from the unit or the operation
noise and will not cause a nuisance to the
neighbors of the user.
• There must be sufficient space for
carrying the unit into and out of the site.
• There must be sufficient space for air
passage and no obstructions around the
air inlet and air outlet.
• The site must be free from the possibility
of flammable gas leakage in a nearby
• Locate the unit to avoid noise and
discharged hot air will not annoy the
• Install units, power cords and inter-unit
cables at least 10ft away from television
and radio sets. This is to prevent
interference to images and sounds.
(Noise may be heard even if they are more
Clearances of Indoor and Outdoor Units
Attention must be paid to
the pitch of drain hose
Floor fixing dimensions of the outdoor unit
Fixing of outdoor unit
Fix the unit to concrete or block with bolts
When tting the unit to wall surface, roof or
rooftop, x the unit securely in consideration
of earthquake and strong wind.
If vibration may affect the house, x the unit
by attaching a vibration-proof mat.
than 10ft away depending on radio wave
• Since drain flows out of the outdoor unit,
do not place anything under the unit that
must be kept away from moisture.
1) Cannot be installed hanging from ceiling
2) If installing on a high place such as a roof,
with a fence or guard rail around it.
3) If there is a potential for accumulated
snow to block the air inlet or heat ex-
changer, install the unit on a higher base.
4) R-410A refrigerant is a safe, nontoxic and
nonflammable refrigerant. However, if
there is a concern about a dangerous level
of refrigerant concentration in the case of
refrigerant leakage, add extra ventilation.
5) Avoid installing the outdoor unit where
corrosive gases, such as sulfur oxides, am-
monia, and sulfurous gas, are produced. If
unavoidable, consult with an installation
specialist about using a corrosion-proof or
anti-rust additive to protect the unit coils.