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MODEL: LP-E5020CL
LP-E5022CL/CA/HL/HA
LP-E5082CL/CA/HL/HA/ZL/ZA
LP-E5092CL/CA/HL/HA
LP-E50B0CL/CA/HL/HA

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  • Page 1: Service Manual

    Package Air Conditioner SERVICE MANUAL MODEL: LP-E5020CL LP-E5022CL/CA/HL/HA LP-E5082CL/CA/HL/HA/ZL/ZA LP-E5092CL/CA/HL/HA LP-E50B0CL/CA/HL/HA...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. Preface ............................3 2. Dimensions ............................8 3. Refrigerant Cycle Diagram ......................9 4. Wiring Diagram ..........................10 5. Operation Details ........................... 18 6. Installation ............................. 24 7. Operating ............................40 8. 3-Way Valve ............................ 43 9. Troubleshootig Guide ........................51 10.
  • Page 3: Preface

    1. PREFACE This service manual provides various service information, containing the mechanical and electrical parts and etc. This package air conditioner was manufactured and assembled under the strict quality control system. The refrigerant is charged at the factory. Be sure to read the safety precautions prior to servicing the unit. 1.1 Safety Precautions ¤...
  • Page 4: Product Specifications

    1.3 Product Specifications LP-E5082HL/HA LP-E5020CL MODEL LP-E5022HL/HA LP-E5082CL/CA LP-E5082ZL/ZA LP-E5022CA POWER SOURCE (ø, V, Hz) 3.380 - 415,50 3,380 - 415,50 1,200,60 1,220,60 COOLING CAPACITY Btu/h 44,000 44,000 44,000 44,000 12,896 12,896 12896 12,896 INPUT 3,600 3,600 3,600 5500 CURRENT...
  • Page 5 LP-E50B2HL/HA LP-E5090CL MODEL LP-E50B2CL/CA LP-E5092HL/HA LP-E50B2ZL/ZA LP-E5092CA POWER SOURCE (ø, V, Hz) 3,220,60 3,220,60 3,380,60 3,380,60 COOLING CAPACITY Btu/h 44,000 44,000 44,000 44,000 12,896 12,896 12,896 12,896 INPUT 6,000 6,000 4,600 4,600 CURRENT HEATING CAPACITY Btu/h – 48,000 – 48,000 –...
  • Page 6 1.4 Functions Indoor Unit Power Switch ON/OFF Operation Mode Control • Cooling, Soft Dry, Auto, Fan ¢¡ Cooling Model • Cooling, Heating, Soft Dry, Fan ¢¡Heat Pump Model Sensing the room temperature • Room temperature sensor (Thermistor) Controlling the room temperature •...
  • Page 7 Remote Control Operation ON/OFF Operation Mode Selection • Cooling, Soft Dry, Auto, Fan ¤I Cooling Only Model • Cooling, Heating, Soft Dry, Fan, ¤I E/heater Heat Pump Model Fan Speed Selection • High, Medium, Low Setting the temperature • Up or Down Timer Control •...
  • Page 8: Dimensions

    2. DIMENSIONS 1) Indoor Unit 37.3 ¤ Air Outlet Vent ¤ØWindow display ¤ŁAir Inlet Vent ¤ŒEarth Screw 2) Outdoor Unit ¤ Air Outlet Vent ¤ŒControl Box ¤ŁLiquid Side SVC Valve ¤ºEarth Screw ¤ØGas Side SVC Valve – 8 –...
  • Page 9: Refrigerant Cycle Diagram

    3. REFRIGERANT CYCLE DIAGRAM 3.1 Cooling Cycle INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT LIQUID SIDE 3-WAY VALVE CAPILLARY TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EXCHANGER GAS SIDE 3-WAY VALVE MUFFLER ACCUMULATOR COMPRESSOR 3.2 Cooling and Heating Cycle INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT CHECK VALVE LIQUID SIDE 3-WAY VALVE CAPILLARY TUBE CAPILLARY...
  • Page 10: Wiring Diagram

    4. WIRING DIAGRAM Indoor & Outdoor Unit Circuit Diagram (1) LP-E5082CL/CA INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR ELECTRIC FUSE (250V 5A) CIRCUIT FUSE (250V 5A) TERMINAL R S T N POWER BLCOCK RELAY POWER SUPPLY TERMINAL BLOCK CAPACITOR CAPACITOR TO INDOOR UNIT NOTE MOTOR MOTOR BLUE...
  • Page 11 (2) LP-E5082HL/HA/ZL/ZA INDOOR ELECTRIC CIRCUIT OUTDOOR UNIT WIRING DIAGRAM Fuse (250V 5A) C TH Deice PCB HIGH PRESSURE S/W Fuse (250V 5A) POWER RELAY TERMINAL S T N BLOCK POWER T/B1 RELAY POWER SUPPLY T/B2 CAPACITOR CAPACITOR YL BK YL BK MOTOR MOTOR REVERSING...
  • Page 12 (3) LP-E5020CL / LP-E5022CL/CA WIRING DIAGRAM – 12 –...
  • Page 13 (4) LP-E5022HL/HA – 13 –...
  • Page 14 (5) LP-E50B0CL/CA INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR WIRING DIAGRAM FUSE 250V 5A FUSE EOCR Current Setting. 250V 5A POWER SUPPLY CURRENT TIME 3ø,220V,60Hz 5 31 R S T N RUN CAPACITOR FOR MOTOR MAGNETIC CONTACTOR 6 32 EOCR TERMINAL BLOCK(Outdoor Unit) 3ø,3Wires 220V MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK CRANKCASE HEATER NOTE...
  • Page 15 (6) LP-E50B0HL/HA INDOOR ELECTRIC CERCUIT Outdoor Unit Wiring Diagram WIRING FOR 220V WIRING OF FIELD (CONNECTING WIRE) NOTE BLUE BLACK WHITE C TH BROWN YELLOW ORANGE GN/YL GREEN/YELLOW ( Caution ) 63H2 1. Basic wiring is 3ø,3 wires, 220V. 52F1 2.
  • Page 16 (7) LP-E5092CL/CA INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR WIRING DIAGRAM FUSE 250V 5A FUSE EOCR Current Setting. 250V 5A POWER SUPPLY CURRENT TIME 3ø,380V,60Hz 17.5 5 31 R S T N RUN CAPACITOR FOR MOTOR MAGNETIC CONTACTOR 6 32 EOCR TERMINAL BLOCK(Outdoor Unit) 3ø,3Wires 220V MAIN TERMINAL BLOCK CRANKCASE HEATER...
  • Page 17 (8) LP-E5092HL/ZL/HA/ZA INDOOR ELECTRIC CIRCUIT Outdoor Unit Wiring Diagram C TH WIRING FOR 380V WIRING FOR 220V NOTE WIRING OF FIELD (CONNECTING WIRE) 63H2 BLUE BLACK WHITE 52F1 BROWN YELLOW ORANGE GN/YL GREEN/YELLOW R S T N 5 31 T/B1 63H2 HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH FOR HEATING C TH...
  • Page 18: Operation Details

    5. OPERATION DETAILS (1) The function of main control 1. Time Delay Safety Control • 3min ... The compressor is ceased for 3 minutes to balance the pressure in the refrigeration cycle. (Protection of compressor) • 3sec ... The indoor fan is ceased for 1~3 seconds to prevent relay noise. (Protection of fan relay and micro chip) •...
  • Page 19 4. Auto Operation (Cooling Model only) ƒUThe operation procedure is as following. Press Start/Stop Button Select Auto Operation Mode Check the Room temperature ƒ ƒ U U Auto Operation for Cooling Operation Condition Intake-air Temperature Setting temperature Fan speed Over 26°C 25°C Controlled Over 24°C~below 25.5°C...
  • Page 20: Heating Mode Operation

    5. Heating Mode Operation The unit will operate according to the setting by the remote controller and the operation diagram is shown as following. Intake Air Temp. Setting Temp. +1°C (Compressor OFF) Setting Temp. (Compressor ON) Setting Temp. -1°C minimum minimum 10sec.
  • Page 21 6. Hot-Start Control • The indoor fan stops until the evaporator piping temperature will be reached to 28°C. • During heating operation, if piping temperatures fall below 26°C fan stops. • The operation diagram is as following. Maximum 1min INDOOR PIPE TEMP.
  • Page 22 8. Soft Dry Operation Mode • During Soft Dry Operation, the compressor ON temperature is the setting temperature plus 2°C, the compres- sor OFF temperature is the setting temperature minus 1°C. • When the room temperature rises over the compressor ON temperature, the operation mode is switched to the Cooling mode.
  • Page 23: Auto Restart

    12. Off Timer Function This function is to set the time of stopping the unit operation. The procedure is as the following. 1st: Press the timer set button on the Remocon. 2nd: The buzzer sounds and then the display window shows the Off-Time to be set as 1:00¡ ... ¡ 7:00 ¡ 0:00. - The Off-Time is shifted as the following by each press.
  • Page 24: Installation

    6. INSTALLATION 6.1 Installation of indoor, Outdoor Unit 1) Select the best location ¥LIndoor unit • There should not be any heat source or steam near the unit. 40cm • There should not be any obstacles to prevent the air circulation.
  • Page 25 2) Indoor Unit installation 3) Outdoor unit Installation ¥LThe mounting floor should be strong and solid ¥LInstall the outdoor unit on the concrete or any solid enough to prevent it from vibration. base securely and horizontally by securing it with bolts (Ø12mm) and nuts.
  • Page 26: Installation Method

    6.2 Installation Method 1) Procedure Installation works Descriptions Preparation of tools and installation parts Preparation of installation Flaring the pipes To insert the flare nuts, mounted on the connection parts of both indoor and outdoor unit, onto the copper pipes. Pipe bending To reduce the flow resistance of refrigerant.
  • Page 27 2) Preparation of installation parts and tools Installation Parts, Tools Flaring tool (Ø 6,35 - Ø 19,05) Flaring the pipes Reamer Remove burrs from cut edges of pipes. Pipe cutter (Max 35mm Copper pipe) Cutting the pipings Wrench (H5, H4 hexagonal wrench) To open the service valve Pipe bender Bending the pipings...
  • Page 28 6.3 Piping of indoor unit Pipe cutter 1) Preparation of pipings ¤ Cut the pipes and the cable Slanted Rough 90° • Use the accessory piping kit or the pipes purchased locally. • Measure the distance between the indoor and the outdoor unit.
  • Page 29 2) Connection of pipings ¤ Move the indoor tubing and drain hose to the hole • Remove tubing holder and pull the tubing out of the chassis. ¤ŁReplace the tubing holder into original position ¤ØRoute the tubing and the drain hose staight backwards.
  • Page 30 6.4 Connecting the cable to indoor unit The inside and outside connecting cable can be connected after opening the inlet grille. ¤ Open the inlet grille manually. ¤ŁOpen the control cover with Driver ( ¤ØConnect the wire to the housing on the control board. ¤ŒSecure the cable onto the control board with clamp.
  • Page 31: Connecting Pipings And The Cable To Outdoor Unit

    6.5 Connecting Pipings and the cable to Outdoor unit 1) Connecting the pipings to the outdoor unit . ¥LAlign the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare nut with fingers. ¥MFinally tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until the wrench clicks.
  • Page 32: Power Supply And Wiring

    6.6 Power Supply and Wiring and thickness.) The unit is completely wired internally at the factory ¤ Never fail to equip a leakage brake where it is wet according to general rule of electrical technology, but or moist. local rules, if they are required, should be complied with.
  • Page 33 6.7 Air Purging of the Piping and Indoor Unit 1) Air purging The air which contains moisture and remains in the Outdoor unit Refrigeration cycle may cause a malfunction on the compressor. To indoor unit ¤ Remove the caps from the 3-way(liquid side) and 3-way(gas side) valves.
  • Page 34 ¤ Set the both 3-way(liquid side) and 3-way(gas side) valves to open position with the hexagonal wrench for the unit operation. ¤ Checking the gas leakage for the left piping. • Connect the manifold gauge to the service port of 3-way(gas side) valve. Measure the pressure.
  • Page 35 6.8 Checking the Drainage and Form the Piping 1) Checking the Drainage ¤ Remove the inlet grille with your hands as shown (right and left) and pull in the direction indicated by the arrow. ¤ŁCheck the drainage • Pour a glass of water into the Drain pan. •...
  • Page 36 2) Form the Piping ¤ Wrap the connecting port of indoor unit with the insulation material and secure it with two Plastic Bands. (for the right Piping) Gas side • If you connect an additional drain hose, the end of piping the drain-outlet should be water, and fix it on the Main cable...
  • Page 37: Final Check And Test Run

    6.9 Final Check and Test Run After installing the unit, perform the final check and run- Running test should be accomplished as follows: ning test as follows: ¤ Set operation switch at "FAN" and the fan will start. Check to ensure that the fan sounds normal. ¤...
  • Page 38: Installation Check List

    6.10 Installation Check List 1. Is the unit securely mounted and levelled? Space for Evaporator Air Flow Space for Condenser Air Flow Space for Maintenance Work Noise and Vibration Appearance 2. Is electrical wiring system adequate? Wire Size Tightened Connection Switch Size Operation Control Devices Fuse Size...
  • Page 39 6.11 Running Test and Maintenance Record JOB NUMBER: POWER SUPPLY : Main Power_______ V, ________ Hz Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit Model Production No. Accessory Attached : CUSTOMER'S NAME AND ADDRESS : (PHONE NO.: INSTALLED BY: DATE: START UP BY: DATE: 1.
  • Page 40: Operating

    7. OPERATING 7.1 Display (Heat Pump Model) (Cooling only Model) 13 12 14 15 13 12 14 ROOM TEMP. SET TEMP. ROOM TEMP. SET TEMP. A/CL A/CL ¤ START/STOP BUTTON ¤ HEATING OPERATION LAMP Operation starts when this button is pressed and stops when the button is pressed again.
  • Page 41 7.2 Control ¤ Signal Transmitter • Transmits the signals to the package air conditioner ¤Ł Operation Display of the Remote Control ¤Ø Indoor Fan Speed Selection Button A/CL • To select the desired fan speed in three steps [Low, Med, High] ¤Œ...
  • Page 42: Remote Control Preparation

    7.3 Remote Control Preparation How to mount onto a wall Use the screws to secure the holder to the wall or attach the holder side of indoor unit. To insert the remote control to the holder. Insert Pull How to insert batteries Remove the cover from the back of the remote controller.
  • Page 43: Way Valve

    8. 3-WAY VALVE 3-Way Valve (Liquid Side) 3-Way Valve (Gas Side) Valve cap Valve cap Open position Open position Flare nut Closed position Flare nut Closed position piping piping Service Service connection Service Service connection port cap port port cap port To outdoor unit To outdoor unit...
  • Page 44: Air Purging

    8.1 Air purging Required tools: hexagonal wrench, adjustable wrench, torque wrench, and gas leak detector. The additional gas for air purging has been charged in the outdoor unit. However, if the flare connections have not been done correctly and there gas leaks, a gas cylinder and the charge set will be needed.
  • Page 45: Pumping Down

    8.2 Pumping down Liquid side Indoor unit Outdoor unit Closed 3-Way valve Gas side Open 3-Way valve CLOSE CLOSE Purge the air • Procedure ¤ºSet the 3-way(liquid side) valve to the closed ¤ Confirm that both 3-way(liquid side) and 3-way(gas position.
  • Page 46 1) Re-air purging (Re-installation) Liquid side Indoor unit Closed 3-Way Outdoor unit valve Gas side Closed 3-Way valve Gas cylinder OPEN CLOSE • Procedure ¤ºDischarge the refrigerant. ¤ Confirm that both the 3-way (liquid side) valve and • Close the valve on the gas cylinder and discharge the 3-way(gas side) valve are set to the closed the refrigerant until the gauge indicates 3 to position.
  • Page 47 2) Balance refrigerant of the 3-way(liquid side), 3-way(gas side) valves (Gas leakage) Liquid side Indoor unit Outdoor unit 3-Way valve Open Gas side 3-Way valve Open OPEN CLOSE • Procedure ¤ Confirm that both the liquid side and gas side valves are set to the back seat. ¤ŁConnect the charge set to the 3-way(gas side) valve's port.
  • Page 48 Evacuation (All amount of refrigerant leaked) Liquid side Indoor unit Outdoor unit 3-Way valve Open Gas side 3-Way valve Open Vacuum pump OPEN CLOSE • Procedure ¤ Connect the vacuum pump to the center hose of charge set. ¤ŁEvacuation for approximately one hour. - Confirm that the gauge needle has moved toward -76cmHg (vacuum of 4 mmHg or less).
  • Page 49: Gas Charging

    8.4 Gas Charging 1) Cooling mode (After Evacuation) Liquid side Indoor unit Outdoor unit Open 3-Way valve Gas side Open 3-Way valve Check valve Charging cylinder OPEN CLOSE • Procedure ¤ Connect the charge hose to the charging cylinder. This is different from previous procedures. •...
  • Page 50 2) Heating Mode (After Evacuation) Charging cylinder OPEN CLOSE Check valve Liquid side Indoor unit Open Outdoor unit 3-Way valve Gas side Open 3-Way valve • Procedure ¤ Connect the charge hose to the charge cylinder. This is different from previous procedures. •...
  • Page 51: Troubleshootig Guide

    9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE In general, possible trouble is classified as two causes. The one is so called Starting Failure which is caused from an electrical defect, and the other is Ineffective Air Conditioning caused by a defect in the refrigeration circuit and improper application. Unit runs but ineffective cooling Ineffective Cooling or Heating Check of cold (warm) air cir-...
  • Page 52 Failures to Start Check power source. Check of circuit breaker and fuse. Check control switch Check control switch. setting. Compressor only fails to Fan only fails to start start Electric heater is not energized Improper wiring Drop of power voltage Loose terminal connection.
  • Page 53 PACKAGE AIR CONDITIONER VOLTAGE LIMITS NAME PLATE RATING MINIMUM MAXIMUM 380 V 342 V 418 V 220 V 198 V 242 V 380 - 415 V 342 V 456 V 9.1 No cooling and heating operation performed 1) Both the blower and the compressor do not work WHAT TROUBLED COMPLAINTS HOW TO CHECK...
  • Page 54 3) Only outdoor fan does not work WHAT TROUBLED COMPLAINTS HOW TO CHECK REMEDY Motor Over-heated Check how it is insulated. Repair or replace it. Layer short Electric Wiring Open wire on operation Check it with a tester. Rewiring or repair. Short circuited operation...
  • Page 55 9.2 The Units discontinue after the operation started WHAT TROUBLED COMPLAINTS HOW TO CHECK REMEDY Other parts than the unit Improper opening of the Checking Open it properly service valves in the refrigerant line Wash it by means of Checking Outdoor coil Coil is dirty *1 something like chemical...
  • Page 56 9.3 The unit is working, but not cooling and heating sufficiently (Both blower and compressor are working) WHAT TROUBLED COMPLAINTS HOW TO CHECK REMEDY Load Heat load increased. Much heat load Do necessary disposal Window or door has many respectively. cracks or gaps.
  • Page 57 WHAT TROUBLED COMPLAINTS HOW TO CHECK REMEDY Electric troubles Defective contact. Checking Repair and clean or (Magnetic Defective contact point. replace it. contactor) Rusting and faults in the iron core contact face. Defective contact of the operating switch. Correct it. Others Improper installation Checking...
  • Page 58 Fault Cause Check/Correcitve Action Discharge pressure is lower than standard. See "Low Discharge Pressure". Check the power supply line and the Single or three phases running. contactor. High or low voltage or phase unbalance. Check the voltage and phase unbalance. Internal Refrigerant short charge or leakage.
  • Page 59: Electronic Parts Troubleshooting Guide

    9.6 Electronic Parts Troubleshooting Guide 1) No cooling operation performed. Is the AC220V (AC 240 V) between Connector(CN- outunit) Pin 1 and Pin 3 of Main P.C.B Is the input power AC220V (AC240V) at COMP Magnetic coil? Is the unit operating? Check the magnetic Check the wiring contactor of outdoor unit.
  • Page 60 2-1) Indoor fan does not operate Is the unit operating? Reset the power ON/OFF S/W Is the DC5V at 20pin of (MICOM)? Is the DC5V at 21pin of (MICOM)? Is the DC5V at 22pin of (MICOM)? Replacement (MICOM) and check the EVA-Th. Is the DC12V Is the DC12V Is the DC12V...
  • Page 61 3) Airflow Direction does not operate. Is the unit operating? The power ON/OFF S/W ON Is the Auto Swing S/W "ON"? Press the Auto Swing S/W Is the DC5V at 16 terminal? Replacement MICOM (MICOM) Is the DC12V Replacement ICO2M at each terminal? (RY-Sync COIL) Is the AC220V(240V)
  • Page 62 4) Remote control does not operate. Is the battery of remote Replacement battery controller normal? Is the CN-Disp1 Check the connector. connector normal? CN-Disp1 Does the operation Replacement remote-controller of remote controller properly? Is the Pre-amp of Replacement preamp assy display normal? Replacement MICOM –...
  • Page 63 5) The unit does not operate. Is the AC220V 1. Check the electric connections (240V) at Trans input terminal? 2. Check the fuse of Main PCB ASM Replacement Trans Is the AC12-18V at Trans (2nd)? Is the connector of Check the connector of Main/Display correct? Main/Display Is the DC5V between PIN64...
  • Page 64 7) No heating operation works Is the AC220V (AC 240 V) between connector (CN-outunit) Pin 1 and Pin 3 of Main P.C.B Is the input power AC220V (AC240V) at COMP magnetic coil contactor? Is the unit operating? Check the wiring Check the COMP magnetic connection contactor of outdoor unit.
  • Page 65 8) No heater operation works Select the heating operation mode. Is the heating operating? Is the Compressor Compressor "ON" operating? Is the Heat S/W of Main Heat S/W "ON" PCB "ON"? Is the DC 5V at 15 pin of Replacement MICOM MICOM Is the DC 12V at eack terminal?
  • Page 66: Electronic Control Device

    10. ELECTRONIC CONTROL DEVICE 10.1 MAIN P.C.B ASM – 66 –...
  • Page 67 10.2 DISPLAY P.C.B ASM PRE AMP LED MODULE D6 D5 A/CL ON/OFF CN-2 J7 J8 PWB: 6870AQ2228A MODE HIGH SPEED ASM: 6871AQ3142 J5 J6 CN-1 10.3 DE-ICE PCB – 67 –...
  • Page 68: Schematic Diagram

    11. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 11.1 Circuit and Troubleshooting – 68 –...
  • Page 69: Remote Controller

    11.2 Remote Controller FUNCTION DATA CODE(HEX) FUNCTION DATA CODE(HEX) * CUSTOM CODE : 8656 (HEX) 1000011001010110(BINARY) – 69 –...
  • Page 70: Exploded View & Replacement Parts List

    12. EXPLODED VIEW AND REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST 12.1 Indoor Unit 1) Exploded View 40-1 20-1 20-1 – 70 –...
  • Page 71 9 9-1 9-2 11-1 10 10-1 – 71 –...
  • Page 72 2) Replacement Parts List DESCRIPTION LP-E5082CL LP-E5082CA LP-E5082HL LP-E5082HA LP-E5082ZL Q’TY REMARK CABINET 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P DOOR MAGNET ASM 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A DOOR SWITCH 6601AP3795A 6601AP3795A BASE PAN 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A EVAPORATOR ASSY 2A00971F 2A00971F 2A00971F 2A00971F...
  • Page 73 DESCRIPTION LP-E5082ZA LP-E5020CL/22CL LP-E5022CA LP-E5022HL LP-E5022HA Q’TY REMARK CABINET 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P DOOR MAGNET ASM 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A DOOR SWITCH 6601AP3795A 6601AP3795A 6601AP3795A BASE PAN 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A EVAPORATOR ASSY 2A00971F 2A00971A 2A00971A TUBE CAPILLIARY...
  • Page 74 DESCRIPTION LP-E50B0CL LP-E50B0CA LP-E50B0HL LP-E50B0HA LP-E5092CL Q’TY REMARK CABINET 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P DOOR MAGNET ASM 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A DOOR SWITCH 6601AP3795A 6601AP3795A BASE PAN 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A EVAPORATOR ASSY 2A00971A 2A00971A 2A00971F 2A00971F 2A00971A TUBE CAPILLIARY 3H02633E 3H02633E...
  • Page 75 DESCRIPTION LP-E5092CA LP-E5092HL LP-E5092HA Q’TY REMARK CABINET 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P 3090AP1174P DOOR MAGNET ASM 3A02221A 3A02221A 3A02221A DOOR SWITCH 6601AP3795A 6601AP3795A BASE PAN 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A 3041AP3596A EVAPORATOR ASSY 2A00971A 2A00971F 2A00971F TUBE CAPILLIARY 3H02633E 3H02633E 3H02633E BRACKET SIDE-R 3A01978A 3A01978A 3A01978A BRACKET SIDE-L 3A02094B 3A02094B...
  • Page 76 12.2 Outdoor Unit 1) Exploded View – 76 –...
  • Page 77 2) Replacement Parts List LP-E5082HL/HA LP-E5020CL DESCRIPTION LP-E5082CL/CA LP-E5022HL/HA Q’TY REMARK LP-E5082ZL/ZA LP-E5022CL/CA BASE PAN ASSY 3041AP2569B 3041AP2569D 3041AP2569B 3041AP2569D 4778AP2526A 4778AP2526A 4778AP2526A 4778AP2526A ELBOW, DRAIN 5212AP3173A 5212AP3173A 5212AP3173A 5212AP3173A RUBBER, DRAIN 5040AP3178A 5040AP3178A 5040AP3178A 5040AP3178A SUPPORT, VALVE 4980AP2517B 4980AP2517B...
  • Page 78 DESCRIPTION LP-E50B0CL/CA LP-E50B0HL/HA LP-E5092CL/CA LP-E5092HL/HA Q’TY REMARK BASE PAN ASSY 3041AP2569B 3041AP2569D 3041AP2569B 3041AP2569D 4778AP2526A 4778AP2526A 4778AP2526A 4778AP2526A ELBOW, DRAIN 5212AP3173A 5212AP3173A 5212AP3173A 5212AP3173A RUBBER, DRAIN 5040AP3178A 5040AP3178A 5040AP3178A 5040AP3178A SUPPORT, VALVE 4980AP2517B 4980AP2517B 4980AP2517B 4980AP2517B VALVE SERVICE 2A00499A 2A00499C 2A00499A 2A00499C VALVE SERVICE...
  • Page 79 P/NO:3828A30074N Printed in Korea...

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