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Samsung AVMKH020EA0 Service Manual

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONER (DVM Series) SERVICE Manual AIR CONDITIONER CONTENTS 11. Precautions 12. Numbering system of model 13. Product Specification 14. Installation 15. Disassembly and Reassembly 16. Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 17. Set up the Model Option 18. Troubleshooting 19. Exploded Views and Parts List 10.
  • Page 2: Precautions

    Precautions 11. Cut off the power. G Make sure to cut off the power before repair. If not, you may be damaged by an electric shock. 12. Do not install an outdoor unit on the apartment outside wall(or equivalent) for safety. G Installing an outdoor unit on the apartment outside wall(or equivalent) is prohibited for the safety purpose.
  • Page 3: Numbering System Of Model

    Numbering system of model 2-1. Indoor unit and outdoor unit 2-1-1. Indoor unit Model @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ h ? @ @ h ? @ @ h ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @...
  • Page 4 Numbering system of model 2-1-2. Outdoor unit Model @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ h ? @ @ h ? @ @ h ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ ? e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ e ? @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @...
  • Page 5 Numbering system of model 2-2. Indoor unit Version 2-2-1. 1-Way cassette type (K) Indoor unit model Version Modification Heat Pump Cooling only AVMKH020E(C)A0 AVMKC020E(C)A0 AVMKH026EA0 AVMKH032CA0 AVMKC026EA0 AVMKC032CA0 AVMKH035EA0 AVMKH040CA0 AVMKC035EA0 AVMKC040CA0 AVMKH020E(C)A1 AVMKC020E(C)A1 AVMKH026EA1 AVMKH032CA1 AVMKC026EA1 AVMKC032CA1 - Built in electric expansion valve AVMKH035EA1 AVMKH040CA1 AVMKC035EA1...
  • Page 6 Numbering system of model 2-2. ??? 2-2-4. Duct type (Silhouette : D) Indoor unit model Version Modification Heat Pump Cooling only AVMDH052E(C)A0 AVMDH070EA0 AVMDC052E(C)A0 AVMDC070EA0 AVMDH072CA0 AVMDC072CA0 - Auto address setting for indoor unit AVMDH052E(C)A3 AVMDH070EA3 AVMDC052E(C)A3 AVMDC070EA3 - Applicable non-polarity AVMDH072CA3 AVMDC072CA3 communication...
  • Page 7 Numbering system of model 2-2-7. Duct type (Built-in : B) Indoor unit model Version Modification Heat Pump Cooling only AVMBH020E(C)A0 AVMBH026EA0 AVMBC020E(C)A0 AVMBC026EA0 AVMBH032CA0 AVMBH035EA0 AVMBC032CA0 AVMBC035EA0 AVMBH040CA0 AVMBH052E(C)A0 AVMBC040CA0 AVMBC052E(C)A0 AVMBH070EA0 AVMBH072CA0 AVMBC070EA0 AVMBC072CA0 AVMBH020E(C)A3 AVMBH026EA3 AVMBC020E(C)A3 AVMBC026EA3 - Auto address setting for indoor unit AVMBH032CA3 AVMBH035EA3 AVMBC032CA3...
  • Page 8 Numbering system of model 2-2-9. Floor standing type (P) Indoor unit model Version Modification Heat Pump Cooling only AVMPH060E(C)A0 AVMPH070EA0 AVMPC060E(C)A0 AVMPC070EA0 AVMPH072CA0 AVMPH082EA0 AVMPC072CA0 AVMPC082EA0 AVMPH083CA0 AVMPC083CA0 AVMPH060E(C)A3 AVMPH070EA3 AVMPC060E(C)A3 AVMPC070EA3 - Auto address setting for indoor unit AVMPH072CA03 AVMPH082EA3 AVMPC072CA3 AVMPC082EA3...
  • Page 9 Numbering system of model 2-4. Accessories (options) Classification Model Standard for model name Examples G MXD-14K300A EEV Kit MXD : Distributor kit MXD-!K@#$ (Distributor kit) : ! : EEV Capacity (Double figures) (3EA of 14 Set 2 or • 14(For 2.0kW~4.0kW Capa Indoor) Capa EEV) 3 EEV G MXD-14K218A...
  • Page 10 Numbering system of model Classification Model Standard for model name Examples G MXJ-H3112A Refnet Header MXJ : Refnet header MXJ-H!@# H : One packing for gas and liquid side ! : Inlet pipe diameter for gas side (mm, Double figures) @ : Inlet pipe diameter for liquid side (mm, Double figures) # : Version...
  • Page 11 Numbering system of model Classification Model Standard for model name Examples G MRK-A00 Remote Control MRK : Remote Control Receiver Kit MRK-!@# Receiver Kit ! : Receiver Kit design (A ~ present) (For Duct) @ : Function Classification (C: For cooling only, H: Heat Pump ) # : Version G MRW-10A Remote Control...
  • Page 12 Numbering system of model Classification Model Standard for model name Examples G MIM-B00 : Transmitter MIM : Interface Module MIM-!@#$ (Interface Module) ! : Applicable part Centralized • A: Indoor unit controller • B: Outdoor unit interface module • C: Others (up to 10HP @, # : Version outdoor unit)
  • Page 13: Cooling Only

    Numbering system of model 2-5. Combination 2-5-1. Outdoor unit I Cooling only Design Power supply Model Capacity(HP) Refrigerant 60Hz 208~230V, 1ø RVMC050CBM0 380~415V, 3ø RVMC060GAM0 50Hz 380~415V, 3ø RVMC060GAM1 60Hz 208~230V, 3ø RVMC070FAM0(5) 50Hz 380~415V, 3ø RVMC100GAM0 60Hz 208~230V, 3ø RVMC100FAM0 •...
  • Page 14 Numbering system of model 2-5. Combination 2-5-1. Outdoor unit I Heat pump Design Power supply Model Capacity(HP) Refrigerant 380~415V, 3ø RVMH060GBM0 50Hz 380~415V, 3ø RVMH060GDM0(3) R407C 60Hz 208~230V, 1ø RVMH050CBM0 380~415V, 3ø RVMH100GAM0 50Hz 380~415V, 3ø RVMH100GCM0(3) R407C 60Hz 208~230V, 3ø RVMH100FAM0(5) 380V, 3ø...
  • Page 15 Numbering system of model 2-5-2. Indoor unit Power Cool/ 2.0kW 2.6kW 3.2kW 3.5kW 4.0kW 5.2kW 6.0kW Design supply Heat (7,000Btu/h) (9,000Btu/h) (11,000Btu/h) (12,000Btu/h) (13,500Btu/h) (18,000Btu/h) (20,000Btu/h) 1-Way cassette type Cooling only AVMKC020EA✳ AVMKC026EA✳ AVMKC035EA✳ 50Hz Heat pump AVMKH020EA✳ AVMKH026EA✳ AVMKH035EA✳ Cooling only AVMKC020CA✳...
  • Page 16 Numbering system of model Power Cool/ 7.0kW 7.2kW 8.2kW 8.3kW 10.5kW 12.8kW 14.0kW Design supply Heat (24,000Btu/h) (24,000Btu/h) (28,000Btu/h) (28,000Btu/h) (36,000Btu/h) (44,000Btu/h) (48,000Btu/h) 1-Way cassette type Cooling only 50Hz Heat pump Cooling only 60Hz Heat pump 2-Way cassette type Cooling only AVMGC070EA✳...
  • Page 17: Product Specification

    Product Specification 3-1. Indoor unit 3-1-1. 1-Way cassette type I 50Hz AVMKC020EA✳ AVMKC026EA✳ AVMKC035EA✳ AVMKH020EA✳ AVMKH026EA✳ AVMKH035EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz 1, 220~240, 50 Power supply Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 9,000 12,000 7,000 9,000 12,000...
  • Page 18 Product Specification 1-Way cassette type (cont.) I 60Hz AVMKC020CA✳ AVMKC032CA✳ AVMKC035CA✳ AVMKH020CA✳ AVMKH032CA✳ AVMKH035CA✳ Model Power supply ø, V, Hz 1, 208~230, 60 Remark Cooling only Heat pump ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 11,000 13,500 7,000 11,000 13,500 ✳...
  • Page 19 Product Specification 3-1-2. 2-Way cassette type I 50Hz AVMGC052EA✳ AVMGC070EA✳ AVMGH052EA✳ AVMGH070EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,000 24,000 18,000 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 19,000 26,000 Sound level...
  • Page 20 Product Specification 2-Way cassette type (cont.) I 60Hz AVMGC052CA✳ AVMGC072CA✳ AVMGH052CA✳ AVMGH072CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,500 24,000 18,500 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 21,500 26,000 Sound level...
  • Page 21 Product Specification 3-1-3. 4-Way cassette type I 50Hz AVMCC052EA✳ AVMCC070EA✳ AVMCC105EA✳ AVMCC128EA✳ AVMCC140EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,000 24,000 36,000 44,000 48,000 10.5 12.8 14.0 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h Sound level...
  • Page 22 Product Specification 4-Way cassette type (cont.) I 50Hz AVMCH052EA✳ AVMCH070EA✳ AVMCH105EA✳ AVMCH128EA✳ AVMCH140EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,000 24,000 36,000 44,000 48,000 10.5 12.8 14.0 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 19,000...
  • Page 23 Product Specification 4-Way cassette type (cont.) I 60Hz AVMCC052CA✳ AVMCC072CA✳ AVMCC105CA✳ AVMCC128CA✳ AVMCC140CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Cooling only Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,500 24,000 36,000 44,000 48,000 10.5 12.8 14.0 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h Sound level...
  • Page 24 Product Specification 4-Way cassette type (cont.) I 60Hz AVMCH052CA✳ AVMCH072CA✳ AVMCH105CA✳ AVMCH128CA✳ AVMCH140CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,500 24,000 36,000 44,000 48,000 10.5 12.8 14.0 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 21,500...
  • Page 25 Product Specification 3-1-4. Duct type (Low silhouette) I 50Hz AVMDC052EA✳ AVMDC070EA✳ AVMDH052EA✳ AVMDH070EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,000 24,000 18,000 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 19,000 26,000...
  • Page 26 Product Specification Duct type (Low silhouette) (cont.) I 60Hz AVMDC052CA✳ AVMDC072CA✳ AVMDH052CA✳ AVMDH072CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,000 24,000 18,000 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 19,000 26,000...
  • Page 27 Product Specification 3-1-5. Duct type (Built-in) I 50Hz AVMBC020EA✳ AVMBC026EA✳ AVMBC035EA✳ AVMBC52EA✳ AVMBC070EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 9,000 12,000 18,000 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h Sound level 37/34 41/38...
  • Page 28 Product Specification Duct type (Built-in) (cont.) I 50Hz AVMBH020EA✳ AVMBH026EA✳ AVMBH035EA✳ AVMBH52EA✳ AVMBH070EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 9,000 12,000 18,000 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 7,500 10,000 13,000...
  • Page 29 Product Specification Duct type (Built-in) (cont.) I 60Hz AVMBC020CA✳ AVMBC032CA✳ AVMBC040CA✳ AVMBC52CA✳ AVMBC072CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Cooling only Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 11,000 13,500 18,500 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h Sound level 37/34 41/38...
  • Page 30 Product Specification Duct type (Built-in) (cont.) I 60Hz AVMBH020CA✳ AVMBH032CA✳ AVMBH040CA✳ AVMBH52CA✳ AVMBH072CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 11,000 13,500 18,500 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 7,500 12,000 14,500...
  • Page 31 Product Specification 3-1-6. Duct type (High pressure) I 50Hz AVMHC105EA✳ AVMHC128EA✳ AVMHC140EA✳ AVMHH105EA✳ AVMHH128EA✳ AVMHH140EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 36,000 44,000 48,000 36,000 44,000 48,000 10.5 12.8...
  • Page 32 Product Specification Duct type (High pressure) (cont.) I 60Hz AVMHC105CA✳ AVMHC128CA✳ AVMHC140CA✳ AVMHH105CA✳ AVMHH128CA✳ AVMHH140CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 36,000 44,000 48,000 36,000 44,000 48,000 10.5 12.8...
  • Page 33 Product Specification 3-1-7. Duct type (Low pressure) I 50Hz AVMLC105EA✳ AVMLC128EA✳ AVMLC140EA✳ AVMLH105EA✳ AVMLH128EA✳ AVMLH140EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 36,000 44,000 48,000 36,000 44,000 48,000 10.5 12.8...
  • Page 34 Product Specification Duct type (Low pressure) (cont.) I 60Hz AVMLC105CA✳ AVMLC128CA✳ AVMLC140CA✳ AVMLH105CA✳ AVMLH128CA✳ AVMLH140CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 36,000 44,000 48,000 36,000 44,000 48,000 10.5 12.8...
  • Page 35 Product Specification 3-1-8. Wall-mounted type I 50Hz AVMWC020EA✳ AVMWC026EA✳ AVMWC035EA✳ AVMWC052EA✳ AVMWC070EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 9,000 12,000 18,000 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h Sound level 29/28 34/30 38/35...
  • Page 36 Product Specification Wall-mounted type (cont.) I 50Hz AVMWH020EA✳ AVMWH026EA✳ AVMWH035EA✳ AVMWH052EA✳ AVMWH070EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 9,000 12,000 18,000 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 7,500 11,000 13,000 19,000...
  • Page 37 Product Specification Wall-mounted type (cont.) I 60Hz AVMWC020CA✳ AVMWC032CA✳ AVMWC040CA✳ AVMWC052CA✳ AVMWC072CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 50 Cooling only Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 11,000 13,500 18,500 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h Sound level 29/28 34/30 38/35...
  • Page 38 Product Specification Wall-mounted type (cont.) I 60Hz AVMWH020CA✳ AVMWH032CA✳ AVMWH040CA✳ AVMWH052CA✳ AVMWH072CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 7,000 11,000 13,500 18,500 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 7,500 12,000 14,500 21,500...
  • Page 39 Product Specification 3-1-9. Floor standing type I 50Hz AVMPC060EA✳ AVMPC070EA✳ AVMPC082EA✳ AVMPH060EA✳ AVMPH070EA✳ AVMPH082EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 20,000 24,000 28,000 20,000 24,000 28,000 ✳...
  • Page 40 Product Specification Floor standing type (cont.) I 60Hz AVMPC060CA✳ AVMPC072CA✳ AVMPC083CA✳ AVMPH060CA✳ AVMPH072CA✳ AVMPH083CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 20,000 24,000 28,000 20,000 24,000 28,000 ✳...
  • Page 41 Product Specification 3-1-10. Ceiling type I 50Hz AVMFC052EA✳ AVMFC070EA✳ AVMFH052EA✳ AVMFH070EA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 220~240, 50 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,000 24,000 18,000 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 19,000 26,000 Sound level 43/40...
  • Page 42 Product Specification Ceiling type (cont.) I 60Hz AVMFC052CA✳ AVMFC072CA✳ AVMFH052CA✳ AVMFH072CA✳ Model ø, V, Hz Power supply 1, 208~230, 60 Cooling only Heat pump Remark ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 18,500 24,000 18,500 24,000 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 21,500 26,000 Sound level 43/40...
  • Page 43 Product Specification 3-2. Outdoor unit 3-2-1. 50Hz Model RVMC060GAM0 RVMC100GAM0 RVMH060GBM0 RVMC060GAM1 Power supply ø, V, Hz 3, 380~415, 50 3, 380~415, 50 3, 380~415, 50 Remark Cooling only Heat pump ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 55,000(7,000~55,000) 95,500(7,000~95,500) 55,000(7,000~55,000) 16.0(2.0~16.0) 28.0(2.0~28.0) 16.0(2.0~16.0)
  • Page 44 Product Specification 50Hz (cont.) Model RVMH060GDM0(3) RVMH100GAM0 RVMH100GCM0 RVMH100GCM3 Power supply ø, V, Hz 3, 380~415, 50 3, 380~415, 50 3, 380~415, 50 3, 380~415, 50 Remark Heat pump Performance ✳ 1) Capacity Cooling Btu/h 55,000(7000~55,000) 95,500(7,000~95,500) 95,500(7,000~95,500) 95,500(7,000~95,500) 16.0(2.0~16.0) 28.0(2.0~28.0) 28.0(2.0~28.0) 28.0(2.0~28.0)
  • Page 45 Product Specification 50Hz (cont.) Model RVMR100GCM✳ RMAH140GAM✳ Power supply ø, V, Hz 3, 380~415, 50 ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 95,500 136,500 40.0 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 107,500 150,000 31.5 44.0 Cooling Sound Level (Front View) Heating Power Compressor Model ZRD14MCE-TFD ZRD72KC-TFD+ZR72KC-TFD(2)
  • Page 46 Product Specification 50Hz (cont.) Model RMAH160GAM✳ RMAH180GAM✳ Power supply ø, V, Hz 3, 380~415, 50 ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 153,500 174,000 45.0 51.0 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 170,600 192,800 50.0 56.5 Cooling Sound Level (Front View) Heating Power Compressor Model ZRD72KC-TFD+ZR72KC-TFD(2)
  • Page 47 Product Specification 50Hz (cont.) Model RMAH200GAM✳ RMAH220GAM✳ Power supply ø, V, Hz 3, 380~415, 50 ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 191,000 209,800 56.0 61.5 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 215,000 235,400 63.0 69.0 Cooling Sound Level (Front View) Heating Power Compressor Model ZRD72KC-TFD+...
  • Page 48 Product Specification 50Hz (cont.) Model RMAH240GAM✳ RMAH260GAM✳ Power supply ø, V, Hz 3, 380~415, 50 ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 232,000 249,000 68.0 73.0 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 255,900 278,000 75.0 81.5 Cooling Sound Level (Front View) Heating Power Compressor Model ZRD72KC-TFD+...
  • Page 49 Product Specification 50Hz (cont.) Model RMAH280GAM✳ RMAH300GAM✳ Power supply ø, V, Hz 3,380 ~ 415, 50 ✳ 1) Performance Capacity Cooling Btu/h 267,800 290,000 78.5 85.0 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 300,300 322,400 88.0 94.5 Cooling Sound Level (Front View) Heating Power Compressor Model...
  • Page 50 Product Specification 3-2-2. 60Hz Model RVMC050CBM0 RVMC070FAM0(5) RVMC100FAM0 Power supply ø, V, Hz 1, 208~230, 60 3, 208~230, 60 3, 208~230, 60 Cooling only Remark Performance ✳ 1) Capacity (ISO) Cooling Btu/h 48,000(7,000~48,000) 68,000(7,000~68,000) 95,500(7,000~95,500) 14.5(2.0~14.5) 20.0(2.0~20.0) 28.0(2.0~28.0) ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h ✳...
  • Page 51 Product Specification 60Hz (cont.) Model RVMH050CBM0 RVMH100FAM0(5) Power supply ø, V, Hz 1, 208~230, 60 3, 208~230, 60 Heat pump Remark Performance ✳ 1) Capacity (ISO) Cooling Btu/h 48,000(7,000~48,000) 95,500(7,000~95,500) 14.5(2.0~14.5) 28.0(2.0~28.0) ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h 51,000(7,500~51,000) 107,500(7,500~10,7500) 16.0(2.2~16.0) 31.5(2.2~31.5) ✳...
  • Page 52 Product Specification 60Hz (cont.) Model MUF7201F1 Power supply ø, V, Hz 3, 380, 60 1, 220, 60 Cooling only Remark Super Cooler Performance ✳ 1) Capacity (ISO) Cooling Btu/h 71,000 20.8 ✳ 2) Heating Btu/h ✳ 3) Capacity (SASO) Cooling Btu/h 60,500 17.7...
  • Page 53: Installation

    Installation 4-1. Classification of outdoor unit Type A Type B Type C Type D Type Figure RVMH050CBM0 Heat RVMH060GBM0 pump RVMH060GDM0(3) Model Name RVMC060GAM0 Cooling RVMC050CBM0 RVMC070FAM0(5) only RVMC060GAM1 - 52 -...
  • Page 54 Installation Type E Type F Type G Type Figure Auxiliary Outdoor Unit RMAH220GAM✳ RMAH140GAM✳ RMAH240GAM✳ RVMH100GAM0 RMAH160GAM✳ Heat RMAH260GAM✳ RMBH100GAM✳ RVMH100GCM0(3) pump RMAH180GAM✳ RMAH280GAM✳ RVMH100FAM0 RMAH200GAM✳ RMAH300GAM✳ Model Name RVMC100GAM0 Cooling RVMC100FAM0(5) only ✳ G type should install the RMBH100GAM✳ Auxiliary outdoor unit. Type H Type Figure...
  • Page 55 Installation 4-2. The setting of outdoor unit option switch and key function 4-2-1. The setting of option switch I The option set part of outdoor unit PCB ◗ A, C, D Type outdoor unit The setting switch of indoor unit installation number ◗...
  • Page 56 Installation I The setting switch of indoor unit installation number The number of 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 indoor unit installation The number of switch ✳ Example : If three indoor units are installed, adjust the arrow of switch to "3". The display method of English characters and figures on PCB display part - 55 -...
  • Page 57 Installation 4-2-2. The function of key on the outdoor unit PCB I A, C, D type outdoor unit ◗ Display part ◗ Key ◗ Key function Function Enter times Refrigerant collection Refrigerant supplement Cooling test operation 1 time Reset Pump down •...
  • Page 58 Installation ◗ VIEW Mode(B, E type outdoor unit) Every temp. & cycle data is displayed at K4 entering. Refer to the following according to times of key pressing. Enter Times Contents of display Display part Remarks Example SEG 1: 1 Flickering Mark down A 21.2 kg/cm 1 time...
  • Page 59 Installation 4-2-3. The setting of option switch(F, G type outdoor unit) I The option set part of outdoor PCB Operation control key & Display part Option set switch The setting switch of indoor unit installation number I The setting switch of indoor unit installation number SW01 SW02 The setting of indoor unit installation number can be controlled by combination of SW01(TEN) and SW02(ONE).
  • Page 60 Installation 4-2-4. Operation control key and display part I Display part SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 I Key I Key function Function K1-Heating K2-Cooling (SEG 3, 4 display) (SEG 3, 4 display) (SEG 3, 4 display) (SEG 3, 4 display) Enter times Refrigerant supplement Refrigerant supplement 1 time...
  • Page 61 Installation I View Mode Every temperature and cycle data is displayed by the pressing times when entering K4. Refer to the followings. Display part Enter Contents of display Example Remarks Times SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 OUTDOOR CAPACITY 34 HP DIGITAL COMP LOADING TIME 13 STEP MARK DOWN A DECIMAL PLACE HIGH PRESSURE...
  • Page 62 Installation I The setting of option switch of outdoor unit Make a corresponding switch default ON, and switch OFF at corresponding mode selection. SW04 SW05 SW06 SW07 SW08 Function Switch ON Switch OFF COOLING CAPA. + 10% COMPENSATION(CO) NORMAL COMPENSATION SW04 INDOOR UNIT ADDRESS SETTING MANUAL ADDRESS SETUP...
  • Page 63 Installation I H type outdoor unit Operation control key & Display part Installed indoor unit Installed MCU quantity setting quantity setting ◗ Display part ◗ Key Check RESET View Piping mode mode Check SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 ◗ Key function Function Number (SEG 3, 4 display)
  • Page 64 Installation 4-3. The setting of indoor Address 4-3-1. Specification 1 G The indoor unit of system air conditioner must be set address. Set the address as follows by use of the address setup switch of indoor unit PCB. K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 K6 K7 K8 K9 K10 K11 K12 SW03...
  • Page 65 Installation 4-3-2. Specification 2 G Spec 2 model can set max. 40 the indoor unit address. K3 K4 K5 K6 K7 K8 K9 K10 SW01 SW02 SW04 SW05 SW06 I MAIN ADDRESS SETUP 1. The main switch(SW01,SW02) is a basic address for the communication between indoor unit and outdoor unit. The products operate normally when this address is set.
  • Page 66 Installation 4-3-3. The indoor unit option switch setup K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 K6 K7 K8 K9 K10 FUNCTION SWITCH NO SWITCH ON SWITCH OFF WIRED REMOTE CONTROL NOT USED USED CENTRALIZED CONTROLLER NOT USED USED INDOOR UNIT RPM COMPENSATION INITIAL SETUP RPM COMPENSATION USED/NOT USED THE DRAIN PUMP...
  • Page 67 Installation 4-4. Test operation Precautions before the test operation • Preheat the crankcase heater by turning the switch on before 6 hours to test operation. • If the heater is not heated right after switch ON, it dose not operate during 2 hours 30 minutes to protect a compressor.
  • Page 68 Installation 4. The outdoor unit starts a tracking to check the connected indoor unit and option at power ON. G The left of outdoor unit PCB check display part checks the responded indoor unit by communication to 0~F address, and displays the responded address to the right of PCB check display part.
  • Page 69 Installation 6. Prepare to check the test operation with S-NET measurement instrument. The system air conditioner can be checked with a computer. Connect S-NET measurement instrument before the test operation as following figure. Converter slide position Outdoor unit terminal Power Power F1/F2 Communication wire COM1 Port...
  • Page 70 Installation 4-4-2. Test operation 1. Perform the test operation by pressing the test operation key of outdoor unit PCB when the pre-check for the test operation is completed. G Check the compressor noise at the initial operation, and if there is a large noise, stop the test operation. G If there is a large noise and not high/low pressure change at the compressor, it is possible 3 phase power reverse.
  • Page 71 Installation 3. Check the status of a test operation through S-NET. 4. Ensure S-NET data after 2 hours over test operation. G Store S-NET data.(Use Alt + Print Screen) G Write an important data on the report. G Judge the test operation compare with the S-NET judge criteria. G Check the error mode of outdoor unit PCB.
  • Page 72 Installation 4-4-3. The cooling test operation by S-NET Judge the test operation by use of the S-NET data obtained from the test operation. Before judgment, Judge the operation status by operating all of indoor units connected with the outdoor unit, and do 30 minutes after operation. Standard for the judgment of item is applicable 21˚C ~ 43˚C of outdoor Temp.
  • Page 73 Installation 4. Check the electronic expansion valve(E-valve). G It is normal if the E-valve is 100~350 step. 5. Check the inlet temperature of Indoor unit (T-evap in). G It is normal if the Temp. difference between the room Temp. and the inlet temperature of Indoor unit is over +10˚C. G But, It is abnormal if the room temp.
  • Page 74 Installation 4-4-4. The heating test operation by S-NET Judge the test operation by use of the S-NET data obtained from the test operation. Before judgment, Judge the operation status by operating all of indoor units connected with the outdoor unit, and do 30 minutes after operation. Standard for the judgment of item is applicable 0˚C ~ 20˚C of outdoor Temp.
  • Page 75 Installation 7. Check T-evap in of the indoor heat exchanger(condenser) based on heating. G It is normal if the temperature is 35˚C ~ 50˚C. G It is normal if the temperature is 15˚C ~ 25˚C higher than that of indoor, temperature. ✳...
  • Page 76: Precautions For Installation

    Installation 4-4-5. Installation Keep the air conditioner pipe outlet and inlet free from its surroundings. In case of breakdown, keep the symmetry and fix it to prevent vibration. The pipe length shall meet the standard as far as possible. 4-5. Installation of air conditioner 4-5-1.
  • Page 77 Installation 4. Leakage check G Insert the inert gas like nitrogen into the drainpipe of outdoor unit, and check the leakage of connection part with suds or exclusive materials. In this time, there should be no leakage. Checkpiont of Checkpiont of Indoor unit Outdoor unit 5.
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  • Page 79: Disassembly And Reassembly

    Disassembly and Reassembly Stop operation of the air conditioner and remove the power cord before repairing the unit. 5-1. Indoor Unit 5-1-1. 1-Way cassette type Parts Procedure Remark Front Grille 1) Open the Front-Grille by pushing the tabs & on the Grille. Filter ✳...
  • Page 80 Disassembly and Reassembly 1-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Front Panel 1) Disassemble the screws holding the Panel as shown picture. 2) Separate the Front-Panel pressing the 2 hooks on the both sides of the indoor unit. - 79 - - 79 -...
  • Page 81 Disassembly and Reassembly Disassembly and Reassembly 1-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Ass'y Drain Panel 1) Disassemble screws for Ass'y Drain Panel around as shown in pictures. 2) Separate Ass'y Drain Panel as shown in Pictures. - 80 -...
  • Page 82 Disassembly and Reassembly 1-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Ass'y Control In 1) Separate the control cover after disassembling screws as shown in pictures. 2) Separate the wire connection part of the Ass'y Main PCB as shown in picture. - 81 -...
  • Page 83 Disassembly and Reassembly 1-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 3) Disassemble screws of Case Control as shown in pictures. 4) Disassemble indicating screw. 5) Separate Ass'y Case Control part pulling up. - 82 -...
  • Page 84 Disassembly and Reassembly 1-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 6) Disassemble indicating screw and separate earth cable. 7) Disassemble indicating screw and separate terminal cover as shown in pictures. 8) Disassemble indicating screws as shown in pictures. - 83 -...
  • Page 85 Disassembly and Reassembly 1-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 9) Disassemble indicating screws of earth cable and indicating screw of Base Terminal. 10) Separate Base Terminal as shown in picture. Ass'y Drain Panel 1) Separate Ass'y Drain Panel Sub after disassemble the screws both side of it.
  • Page 86 Disassembly and Reassembly 1-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Ass'y Evap 1) Disassemble the screws of Ass'y Evap around. 2) Disassemble indicating screws as shown in picture and separate Ass'y Cabinet Side LF B. 3) Separate Ass'y Evap pulling up from the indoor unit as shown in picture.
  • Page 87 Disassembly and Reassembly 1-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Ass'y Cross Fan 1) Disassemble the screws of cover Fan Motor and separate cover Fan Motor. 2) Separate Ass'y Cross Fan as shown in picture. 1) Disassemble indicating screws as shown Ass'y Drain Pump in picture.
  • Page 88 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-1-2. 2-Way cassette type Parts Procedure Remark Front Grille 1) Press the "PUSH". _ Dust-Collecting Filter 2) Front Grille Disassembly (1) Open the Front Grille and pull it up to the direction in the picture. (2) Detach the Safe Ring. 3) Filter Disassembly (1) Detach the Filter by disassembling the Grille Hook.
  • Page 89 Disassembly and Reassembly 2-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 5) Unscrew a mark point in the picture, and detach the Cover from the Panel with pushing the hook. 6) Detach the connection wires of Step Motor and the receive part from the wire of a Main Body.
  • Page 90 Disassembly and Reassembly 2-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Electronic Part 1) Unscrew 2 fixing screws of the Case _ Indoor & Outdoor control and screw of Thermistor wire and Connecting Cable holder. 2) Push the hook, and pull the knob of a case. 3) Detach the indoor and outdoor connection wire cable connected to the Terminal.
  • Page 91 Disassembly and Reassembly 2-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark EVAP ASS'Y 1) Unsrew 3 screws connected to the main body and Cover Side. 2) Detach the Cover Side if from the Main Body. 3) Unscrew 16 screws connected to the Drain Pan and the Main Body.( Mark) 4) Detach the Drain Pan from the Main Body.
  • Page 92 Disassembly and Reassembly 2-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 6) Detach the Drain Pump Sensor from the holder, and detach the Heat Exchanger from the main body by pushing it to the direction of Drain. 1) Unscrew 4 screws of Cover Motor and &...
  • Page 93 Disassembly and Reassembly 2-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Drain pump 1) Detach the Drain Hose connected to the Drain Pump by loosening the spring. 2) Unscrew 4 screws connected to the Holder Pump and Drain Pump. 3) After connector detaching, detach the Drain Pump from the holder.
  • Page 94 Disassembly and Reassembly 2-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Front panel 1) Unscrew 2 screws of the Holder Motor fixed on the Panel, and detach the Holder Motor. The Panel, and detach the Holder Motor. 2) Unscrew 2 screws of the Step-Motor, and detach the Step-Motor from the Panel.
  • Page 95 Disassembly and Reassembly 2-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 5) When detaching the PCB from the case, unscrew the 6 screws and push the hook at the mark. 6) When detaching the blade, detach the opposite side first of Step Motor after turning over the guide on the Panel.
  • Page 96 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-1-3. 4-Way cassette type Parts Procedure Remark Front Grille 1) Push the tap on the Front Grille to open it. - Dust-Collecting Filter 2) Disassembly of Front Grille. (1) Open the front grille at about 45˚ degrees and draw it forward. (2) Disassemble the safety clip.
  • Page 97 Disassembly and Reassembly 4-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 4) Loosen the bolts slowly. 5) Loosen the bolt of the front net to disassemble the safety net. 6) Loosen the bolt on the Electronic Component part cover to uncover the Electronic Component part cover.
  • Page 98 Disassembly and Reassembly 4-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 8) Hold on the hooks on both sides of the indoor unit and disassemble the Front Panel. 9) Take away the disassembled Panel out of the Main Body. Electronic Part 1) Disconnect all the indoor and outdoor cables - Indoor &...
  • Page 99 Disassembly and Reassembly 4-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 3) Disassemble the ground wire. 4) Disassemble the float switch wire connected to the Terminal Port.(F1, F2) 5) Loosen the bolts in the mark 6) Loosen a bolt in the arrow direction inside.
  • Page 100 Disassembly and Reassembly 4-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 8) Loosen the nut. 9) Lift the Fan to disassemble from the Motor. Take out the washer Take out the washer Take out the washer Take out the washer Take out the washer Take out the washer Take out the washer Take out the washer...
  • Page 101 Disassembly and Reassembly 4-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 12) Loosen nuts to disassemble the Motor. Pump 1) Loosen the bolts of the Drain Pump. 2) Disassemble the hose from the Drain Pump. 3) Disassemble the pump from the Main Body Bracket.
  • Page 102 Disassembly and Reassembly 4-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Heat Exchanger 1) Disassemble the cover pipe beside the Main Body. 2) Loosen the bolts fixing the Heat Exchanger to the indoor unit base. 3) Disassemble the fixing brackets of the Heat Exchanger to disassemble it from the Main Body.
  • Page 103 Disassembly and Reassembly 4-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Front Panel Push cover front fixing screws inside the - Cover Front Front Panel and snap fixing part to separate the cover front. - 102 -...
  • Page 104 Disassembly and Reassembly 4-Way cassette type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Front Panel 1) Loosen each one of fixing screw at the - Stepping Motor corner part, (1) cushion side-A and cushion side-B inside the Front Panel, and then lift it up. 2) Remove (1) the screw of housing motor L/R fixed at the corner part of Front Panel inside and separate (2) Blade-H.
  • Page 105 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-1-4. Duct type (Low silhouette) Parts Procedure Remark Filter-Pre 1) Disassemble screws of indication part and then assemble the direction of 2 Plate-Handle places by use of screw as shown in 2). 2) Turn the Plate Handle by hand when removing the Filter-Pre.
  • Page 106 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (Low silhouette) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 2) Disassemble indicating screws. 3) Detach the Sensor Holder from the Ass'y Fan case. 4) Detach from Ass'y Control in the capacitor connection wire between the Motor-Fan in and Housing Connector. 5) Detach the Ass'y Blower and Duct from the set.
  • Page 107 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (Low silhouette) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Control In 1) After disassembling indicating screw, detach the Cover-Control. 2) Detach the Motor-Fan in and Sensor Connector connected to PCB. 3) Disassemble indicating screws. mark) 4) Hold the Ass'y Control In by hand to lift up a little and then release the status of hanging on the hanging slot.
  • Page 108 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (Low silhouette) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Drain Pan 1) Disassemble indicating screws to detach Ass'y Drain Pan. (screws each at left and right side) ✳ Work is possible when disassembling the EVAP Ass'y Drain Pan. 1) Disassemble indicating screws.
  • Page 109 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (Low silhouette) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 4) After disassembling indicating screws. 5) Pull the Cabinet-Side LF, RH by hand to disassemble. 6) Separate indicating screws. (each at left and right side) 7) Detach it from the set if the Ass'y-Evap pull up.
  • Page 110 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (Low silhouette) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark ✳ When connecting canvas to the discharge Holder Outlet side. 1) Disassemble indicating screws. (each at left and right side) 2) Disassemble indicating screws. (each at upper and lower side) ✳...
  • Page 111 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-1-5. Duct type (High pressure-old Type) Parts Procedure Remark Disassembly of 1) Disassemble screw for fixing the Electric indoor unit Component box cover. (disassembly of the Electric Component box) 2) Check internal connection of the Electric Component box. 3) Separate the wire connection part of the Electric Component box.(indoor motor line, indoor capacitor line/temperature sensor...
  • Page 112 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (High pressure-old Type) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 1) Separate the screws fixed on the unit base. & Motor 2) Pull the Panel for fixing Fan and Motor as following figure. Then the Fan and Motor Panel are separated from the unit.
  • Page 113 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (High pressure-old Type) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Heat exchanger 1) Disassemble the screws on side part, then drain board Cabinet and the unit are separated. 2) It is possible to clean the surface of Heat Exchanger and Drain Board.
  • Page 114 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (High pressure-old Type) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 3) After cleaning the Filter, insert and fasten it with Bracket for fixing. - 113 -...
  • Page 115 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-1-6. Duct type (High & Low pressure-New Type) Parts Procedure Remark Disassembly of 1) Disassemble screw for fixing the Electric indoor unit Component box cover. (disassembly of the Electric Component box) 2) Check internal connection of the Electric Component box.
  • Page 116 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (High & Low pressure-New Type) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Heat Exchanger 1) Disassemble the screws on side part, then Drain Board Cabinet and the unit are separated. 2) It is possible to clean the surface of Heat Exchanger and Drain Board.
  • Page 117 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (High & Low pressure-New type) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Cleaning a Filter 1) Remove bracket for fixing filter(screws disassembly). Bracket 2) Clean the Filter with removing downward. 3) After cleaning the Filter, insert and fasten it with Bracket for fixing.
  • Page 118 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-1-7. Duct type (Built-in) Parts Procedure Remark Filter 1) Disassemble the indicating screws. 2) Remove the Filter as shown in picture. 1) Separate the control Cover-Control after Ass'y Control In disassemble the indicating screws. 2) Separate the wire connection part of the Ass'y Control In(Indoor motor wire, indoor-capacitor wire, temperature sensor wire)
  • Page 119 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (Built-in) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 3) Disassemble the indicating screws. 4) Hold the Ass'y Control In by hand to lift up and remove it as shown in picture. 1) Disassemble the indicating screws and Drain Panel separate the Cabinet-Top.
  • Page 120 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (Built-in) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 3) Separate the Ass'y Drain Panel as shown in picture. Ass'y Evap 1) Disassemble the indicating screw and separate wire and Cover-Pipe. 2) Disassemble the indicating screws. - 119 -...
  • Page 121 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (Built-in) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 3) Separate the Ass'y Evap from the set. Ass'y Blower 1) Disassemble the indicating screws. 2) Pull up Ass'y Blower and separate it from set. - 120 -...
  • Page 122 Disassembly and Reassembly Duct type (Built-in) (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Ass'y Bracket 1) Disassemble indicating screws. Outlet 2) Separate Ass'y Bracket Outlet from the set as shown picture. - 121 -...
  • Page 123 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-1-8. Wall-mounted type Parts Procedure Remark Front Grille 1) Stop the air conditioner operation and block the main power. 2) Separate tape of Front Panel upper. 3) Contract the second finger to the left, and right handle and pull to open the Inlet Grille. 4) Take the left and right Filter out.
  • Page 124 Disassembly and Reassembly Wall-mounted type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Ass'y 1) Separate the drain hose from the extension Tray Drain Tray Drain. 2) Take the display PCB out. (Right of indoor unit) 3) Pull Tray Drain out from the Back Body. Electrical Parts 1) Take all the connector of PCB upper side (Main PCB)
  • Page 125 Disassembly and Reassembly Wall-mounted type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Fan Motor 1) Loosen the fixing screws and separate the & Motor Holder. Cross Fan 2) Loosen the fixing screw of Fan Motor. (By use of M3 wrench) 3) Separate the Fan Motor from the Fan. 4) Separate the fan from the left Holder Bearing.
  • Page 126 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-1-9. Floor Standing type Parts Procedure Remark Indoor Unit 1) Package Air Conditioner indoor unit. 2) Open the Grille and detach the connection link. 3) Detach the Cover Terminal.(screws of the front left/right) - 125 -...
  • Page 127 Disassembly and Reassembly Floor Standing type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 4) Detach the wire connected with a Grille. 5) Unscrew screws at the lower of Panel outlet(front upper panel). 6) Press the lower of Panel Shutter on products Upper with two hands and put it in the products.
  • Page 128 Disassembly and Reassembly Floor Standing type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 8) Detach the connecter connected with Panel PCB. 9) Unscrew a screw on the upper of cover main PCB and detach it. - 127 -...
  • Page 129 Disassembly and Reassembly Floor Standing type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 10) Detach the connecter connected with Panel PCB. 11) Unscrew a screw fixing the LF/RH of the Ass'y Shutter lower. 12) Unscrew and detach the screws fixing Duct-up. - 128 -...
  • Page 130 Disassembly and Reassembly Floor Standing type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 13) Unlock the nut fixing the blower center.(Wrench used.) 14) Unscrew and detach the screw fixing Cover EVAP LF/RH, Ass'y EVAP. 1) Take out the wire of the rear of Ass'y Ass'y Shutter Shutter.
  • Page 131 Disassembly and Reassembly Floor Standing type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 2) Take out sponges of the upper. 3) Unscrew the screws fixing the Cover Outlet and Holder Blade. 4) This is a picture after detaching the Holder Blade. 5) Detach the E-RING of the lower Motor. - 130 -...
  • Page 132 Disassembly and Reassembly Floor Standing type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 6) Detach the Gear of Motor. 7) Take out the Hinge Shutter and detach the Gear Rack. 8) The upper and lower Photo Sensor can be detached and assembled. (The Photo Sensor can be exchanged without the Panel Shutter exchange.) - 131 -...
  • Page 133 Disassembly and Reassembly Floor Standing type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Ass'y Grille 1) Detach the Filter-pre. 2) Detach the Electric Precipitation. 3) Unscrew a screw fixing the Cover Inlet and Holder Filter. 4) Unscrew the upper inside screw fixing the Cover Inlet and Panel Inlet.
  • Page 134 Disassembly and Reassembly Floor Standing type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Ass'y Panel 1) The heat insulating material on the rear of Ass'y Panel. 2) Cut the heat insulating material with a knife far from the Display PCB assembly. (a solid line) ✳...
  • Page 135 Disassembly and Reassembly Floor Standing type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark I Be sure to fill up the cutting place of the heat The essential management insulating material after fixing the Display PCB at the assembly of and Panel Inlet with a screw. Ass'y Panel (The moisture formed in PCB by the cool air through the cutting place may be a reason of...
  • Page 136 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-1-10. Ceiling type Parts Procedure Remark Electrical 1) Open the Grille by pressing 3 position. Part (center and both side) 2) Remove the air Inlet Grille. 3) Open the cover of Electrical Component Box by removing the screws. (center and both side) - 135 -...
  • Page 137 Disassembly and Reassembly Ceiling type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 1) Remove the screw and untie earth & wire of Motor. Motor 2) Disconnect of housing of Motor Wire. 3) Disconnect the Capacitor Wire. - 136 -...
  • Page 138 Disassembly and Reassembly Ceiling type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 4) Remove the Guard Safety by removing the screws. 5) Remove the upper case of Fan. (2EA) 6) Remove the screws what is fix the Motor. 7) Remove the Fan and Motor assembly. - 137 -...
  • Page 139 Disassembly and Reassembly Ceiling type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 8) Loosen the set screw using 3mm wrench. 9) Remove the Fan. Drain Pan 1) Disconnect the Display PCB wire as shown in picture. (white housing) 2) Disconnect the Step Motor wire as shown in picture.
  • Page 140 Disassembly and Reassembly Ceiling type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 4) Remove the screws of Front Side. 5) Disassemble the assembly Front Cover Part. 6) Disconnect the Step Motor wire as shown in picture. 7) Remove the wire clamp fixed in Base Part. 8) Remove the Front Cover assembly completely.
  • Page 141 Disassembly and Reassembly Ceiling type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 9) Remove the screw what is fix with Base Part and Drain Pan. (upper side:2EA) 10) Remove the screw what is fix with Base Part and Drain Pan. (lower side:2EA) 11) Remove the Drain Pan completely. - 140 -...
  • Page 142 Disassembly and Reassembly Ceiling type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Evaporator 1) Disconnect the thermistor wire as shown in picture. (white housing) 2) Remove the screws shown in picture. 3) Remove the screws shown in picture and remove Plastic Part.(white) 4) Remove the screws shown in picture and remove Steel Bracket.
  • Page 143 Disassembly and Reassembly Ceiling type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 6) Remove the screws as shown in picture. 7) Remove Plastic Cover as shown in picture. 8) Remove the Evaporator assembly. - 142 -...
  • Page 144 Disassembly and Reassembly Ceiling type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Stepping Motor 1) Remove the screws in rear side of Front Cover assembly as shown in picture. 2) Remove the screws as shown in picture. 3) Disassemble the Blade and Stepping Motor assembly and remove the screws Stepping Motor.
  • Page 145 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-2. Outdoor Unit 5-2-1. B type Parts Procedure Remark Outdoor 1) Outdoor unit of a package airconditioner. 2) Separate a front tightening part. 3) Separate the tightening part from side. Control Box 1) The connection status of Control Box wiring. - 144 -...
  • Page 146 Disassembly and Reassembly B type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Cabinet 1) Remove the power cable after turn off the unit. 2) Remove the Top Cover. 3) Remove the Control Box cover. 4) Pull out the assembly cable. 5) Remove the side of cabinet. 6) Remove the front side of Cabinet.
  • Page 147 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-2-2. D type Parts Procedure Remark Electrical Parts 1) Remove front Cabinet fasten screws as shown in the picture. 2) Remove front Cabinet from the unit. 3) Separate Control Box from the unit. - 146 -...
  • Page 148 Disassembly and Reassembly D type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Motor 1) Remove bellow mouth fasten screws as & shown in the picture. 2) Remove bellow mouth from the unit. 3) Remove bolt screws from the Fan. 4) Separate Fan from the unit. 5) Reomove Motor after removing screws.
  • Page 149 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-2-3. E type Parts Procedure Remark Electrical Parts 1) Remove front cabinet fasten screws as shown in the picture. 2) Remove front Cabinet from the unit. 3) Remove Control Box Cover after removing screws. - 148 -...
  • Page 150 Disassembly and Reassembly E type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark 4) Separate Control Box from the unit. 1) Remove bellow mouth fasten screws as Motor & shown in the picture. 2) Remove bellow mouth from the unit. 3) Remove bolt screws from the Fan. 4) Separate Fan from the unit.
  • Page 151 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-2-4. F type Parts Procedure Remark Electrical Parts 1) Remove front cabinet fasten screws as shown in the picture. 2) Remove front Cabinet from the unit. 3) Remove Contro Box cover after removing screws. 4) Separate Control Box from the unit. - 150 -...
  • Page 152 Disassembly and Reassembly F type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Motor 1) Remove bellow mouth fasten screws as & shown in the picture. 2) Remove bellow mouth from the unit. 3) Remove bolt screws from the Fan. 4) Separate Fan from the unit. 5) Remove Motor after removing screws.
  • Page 153 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-2-5. G type Parts Procedure Remark Electrical Parts 1) Remove front cabinet fasten screws as shown in the picture. 2) Remove front Cabinet from the unit. 3) Remove Control Box cover after removing screws. 4) Separate Control Box from the unit. - 152 -...
  • Page 154 Disassembly and Reassembly G type (cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Motor 1) Remove bellow mouth fasten screws as & shown in the picture. 2) Remove bellow mouth from the unit. 3) Remove bolt screws from the Fan. 4) Separate Fan from the unit. 5) Remove Motor after removing screws.
  • Page 155 Disassembly and Reassembly 5-2-6. H type Parts Procedure Remark Electrical Parts 1) Remove front cabinet fasten screws as shown in the picture. 2) Remove Control Box cover after removing screws. 3) Separate Control Box from the unit. - 154 -...
  • Page 156 Disassembly and Reassembly H type(cont.) Parts Procedure Remark Motor 1) Remove upper cabinet fasten screws as & shown in the picture. 2) Remove Upper Cabinet from the unit. 3) Remove bolt screws from the Fan. 4) Separate Fan from the unit. 5) Remove Motor after removing screws.
  • Page 157: Refrigerating Cycle Diagram

    Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 6-1. Cooling only 6-1-1. ✳✳050/060/070/072✳✳ motor motor super cooler solenoid valve (HGBV) capillary tube temperature sensor temperature sensor high pressure switch heat exchanger solenoid valve (PWM) digital scroll temperature compre sensor ssor solenoid valve solenoid valve receiver (VBV) (LBV) temperature sensor...
  • Page 158 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram Numbering system of model 6-1-2. ✳✳080/100✳✳ motor solenoid valve (HGBV) capillary tube temperature sensor high pressure switch high pressure sensor heat exchanger solenoid valve Oil separator temperature (PWM) sensor cond out sensor tempera ture digital fixed sensor scroll scroll compre...
  • Page 159 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 6-1-3. Main parts status 1. Digital scroll compressor The variable capacity type compressor to control the capacity up to 10 ~ 100% with 19 steps. 2. Accumulator To prevent the incoming of the liquid refrigerant to the compressor (prevention of liquid back). 3.
  • Page 160 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 6-2. Heat pump 6-2-1. ✳✳050/060✳✳ motor motor charging solenoid valve valve (HGBV) capillary tube temperature sensor high pressure temperature switch sensor high pressure 4-way sensor valve (4-W/V) heat exchanger electronic expansion valve(EEV) filter cond out sensor solenoid valve digital (PWM)
  • Page 161 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 6-2-2. ✳✳080/100✳✳ motor solenoid valve (HGBV) capillary tube temperature high pressure sensor switch high pressure sensor 4-way valve (4-W/V) heat exchanger electronic expansion valve(EEV) oil separator filter temperature sensor cond out sensor solenoid tempera ture valve fixed digital sensor (PWM)
  • Page 162 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 6-2-3. RMAH 140/160✳✳✳ Outdoor Unit (Main) CIS(temperature sensor) 4-way valve (4-W/V) Heat exchanger (temperature Solenoid valve sensor) (temperature (HGBV) HIPS(High pressure switch) sensor) Oil Valve Heat exchanger HPSO(High pressure sensor) (temperature sensor) (Electronic expansion valve) (Check valve) 16HP temperature Oil separator...
  • Page 163 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 6-2-4. RMAH 180/200✳✳✳ Outdoor Unit (Main) CIS(temperature sensor) 4-way valve (4-W/V) Heat exchanger (temperature Solenoid valve sensor) (temperature (HGBV) sensor) HIPS(High pressure switch) Oil Valve Heat exchanger HPSO(High pressure sensor) (temperature sensor) (Electronic expansion valve) (Check valve) 16HP temperature Oil separator...
  • Page 164 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 6-2-5. RMAH 220/240/260✳✳✳ - 163 -...
  • Page 165 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 6-2-6. RMAH 280/300✳✳✳ - 164 -...
  • Page 166 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 6-2-7. Main parts status 1. Digital scroll compressor The variable capacity type compressor to control the capacity up to 10 ~ 100% with 19 steps 2. Accumulator To prevent the incoming of the liquid refrigerant to the compressor (prevention of liquid back). 3.
  • Page 167 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram 13. 4-Way valve (4-W/V) It enables the change between cooling and heating by reversing the flow direction of refrigerant. 14. Electronic expansion valve (EEV) By sensing suction temperature and low pressure, controls the suction super heat and mass flow of refrigerant.
  • Page 168 Numbering system of model 6-2-8. RVMR100✳✳✳ Outdoor Unit Indoor Unit ø19.1 Heating Sol. ø28.6 NEV1204DXF Main Cooling Sol. Tair out 4-Way valve NEV1204DXF RANCO-VH6100 ø28.6 ø19.1 CONDENSER Hot gas Cooling Sol. V/V Bypass V/V High Press Switch ø19.1 NEV1204DXF ø12.7 Tcond out High Press Sencor Gas-liquid Sol.valve...
  • Page 169: Set Up The Model Option

    Set up the Model Option 7-1. PCB option code input method(example : 021E31142285) Be sure to input the option code suitable for the indoor unit by use of wireless remote controller after replacing the PCB of indoor unit. Follow to do the following 15 steps sequentially. Operation method Applicable button Indicating state...
  • Page 170 Set up the Model Option Operation method Applicable button Indicating state ✳ Step 4 ✳ Method) ✳ Input the third digit of option code by pressing the temperature adjustment button (down). example) 021E31142285 ✳ Result) ✳ If 1 is displayed, go to the step 5. ✳...
  • Page 171 Set up the Model Option Operation method Applicable button Indicating state ✳ Step 7 ✳ Method) ✳ Input the sixth digit by pressing the Off timer button. example) 021E31142285 ✳ Result) ✳ If 1 displays, go to step 8. ✳ Step 8 ✳...
  • Page 172 Set up the Model Option Operation method Applicable button Indicating state ✳ Step 10 ✳ Method) ✳ Input the ninth digit by pressing the temperature adjustment button (down). example) 021E31142285 ✳ Result) ✳ If 2 displays, go to step 11. ✳...
  • Page 173 Set up the Model Option Operation method Applicable button Indicating state ✳ Step 13 ✳ Method) ✳ Input the 12th digit by pressing the Off timer button. example) 021E31142285 ✳ Result) ✳ If 5 displays, go to step 14. I Error ✳...
  • Page 174 Set up the Model Option 7-2. Option code Type Model SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 Remark AVMKC020EA✳ AVMKC020CA✳ AVMKC026EA✳ AVMKC032CA✳ AVMKC035EA✳ AVMKC040CA✳ 1-Way Cassette type AVMKH020EA✳ AVMKH020CA✳ AVMKH026EA✳ AVMKH032CA✳ AVMKH035EA✳ AVMKH040CA✳ AVMGH052EA✳ 2-Way Cassette type AVMGH070EA✳...
  • Page 175 Set up the Model Option Option code (cont.) Type Model SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 Remark AVMDH070EA✳ Duct type (Low silhouette) AVMDH072CA✳ AVMBC020EA✳ AVMBC020CA✳ AVMBC026EA✳ AVMBC032CA✳ AVMBC035EA✳ AVMBC040CA✳ AVMBC052EA✳ AVMBC070EA✳ AVMBC072CA✳ Duct type AVMBH020EA✳...
  • Page 176 Set up the Model Option Type Model SEG1 SEG2 SEG3 SEG4 SEG5 SEG6 SEG7 SEG8 SEG9 SEG10 SEG11 SEG12 Remark AVMWC040CA1 AVMWC052EA✳ AVMWC052CA✳ AVMWC070EA✳ AVMWC072CA✳ AVMWH020EA✳ AVMWH020CA✳ AVMWH026EA✳ AVMWH032CA✳ Wall-mounted AVMWH035EA✳ type AVMWH040CA✳ AVMWH020EA1 AVMWH020CA1 AVMWH026EA1 AVMWH032CA1 AVMWH035EA1 AVMWH040CA1 AVMWH052EA✳ AVMWH052CA✳...
  • Page 177: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting 8-1. Operation flow of outdoor unit Power on Tracking completed? E2 error(tracking error) Is 3 phase power OK? P4 error (reverse phase/ open phase error) Is preheating of CCH completed? Preheating CCH (For 2.5 hours) Normal operation - 176 -...
  • Page 178 Troubleshooting 8-1-1. Initial tracking (communication check) - E2 indicated if abnormal 1. When the power is on, the MICOM of outdoor unit check the indoor units, wired remote controller and transmitters installed in the same system, which is called as Tracking. 1) The left side display shows the address of indoor unit with which the outdoor unit is trying to communicate.
  • Page 179 Troubleshooting 2) Heat pump Display Indoor unit numbers setting switch Reset key I Installed indoor unit numbers setting switch Example) Please adjust the arrow location set '3' as follow as figure, if installed indoor unit numbers is 3 ea. Installed indoor 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 units numbers Switch arrow location...
  • Page 180 Troubleshooting 8-1-2. Reverse phase/missing phase detection - P4 indicated if abnormal 1. To check the power to be used for 3 phase power compressor if the power is on. If there is any change of order for 3 phase L1(R)-L2(S )-L3(T) (reverse phase) or the power is not on, Er and P4 are indicated alternately and the air conditioner is kept to stop.
  • Page 181 Troubleshooting 8-1-3. Compressor preheating - Ch indicated 1. Once the tracking is completed, check the temperature of compressor before starting the system operation. Ch is displayed at the display part at the time. 2. If it is the condition for compressor operation as the result of check, the flickering of Ch disappears and the indoor unit address trying to communicate with outdoor unit displays and the responding address on the right part.
  • Page 182 Troubleshooting 8-2. Self-diagnosis by the outdoor unit error display I Specification 1 Error display Contents Remark Compressor starting delay control at the initial stage of No error flickering power on (under operation of CCH) System down due to the high temperature of discharge sensor Error about protection control of outdoor unit System down due to the high temperature of Cond...
  • Page 183 Troubleshooting Error display Contents Remark System down due to the communication error after Communication errors completion of tracking Mismatching of the numbers of set indoor units with those of communicated numbers of indoor unit after 5 times of tracking Indoor unit float switch error Indoor unit errors Setting error of option switch in indoor unit Indoor unit EVAP IN sensor breakaway...
  • Page 184 Troubleshooting 8-2-1. High temperature of discharge sensor Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Restart after operation stops when the discharge temperature exceeding 135°C is detected Judgment method - System down when two times of detection is made (count is cleared when no detection is made for one hour) - Shortage of refrigerant - Compressor unloading defective (unloading failure)
  • Page 185 Troubleshooting 8-2-2. High temperature of COND sensor Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Stop and re-start when condensate temperature of compressor is 67°C. System Judgment method down error when detection is made 6 times(counter cleared if no detection for 1 hour) - Outdoor fan motor trouble(stocked, defect) - Fan motor capacitor defect or wire open/COND sensor defect Causes...
  • Page 186 Troubleshooting 8-2-3. COND DOWN due to the SUMP control Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Stop and re-start when condensate temperature of compressor is 95°C. System Judgment method down error when detection is made 6 times(counter cleared if no detection for 1 hour) - Outdoor fan motor trouble(stocked, defect) - Fan motor capacitor defect or wire open/COND sensor defect Causes...
  • Page 187 Troubleshooting 8-2-4. Low pressure switch detection Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Operation stop when low pressure is lower than 1.2kg/cm G(sensor open) Judgment method System down if the two times of the same situation occurs after restarting (Counter cleared if no defection for 1 hour) - Low temperature start(outdoor temperature is lower than -5°C - Leakage / Shortage of refrigerant...
  • Page 188 Troubleshooting 8-2-5. Reverse phase detection of 3 phase power Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - One of the phase voltages or all of them are not incoming, comparing the Judgment method sequence of 3 phase circuit wave (P4 error is automatically reset when the phase voltage is restored) - l Incorrect connection of 3 phase power L1 (R), L2(S) and L3(T)/ 3 phase power is not on Causes...
  • Page 189 Troubleshooting 8-2-6. Freezing of heat exchanger Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - When the indoor unit heat exchanger temperature is kept at -4°C for Judgment method more than 40 seconds - Indoor fan motor stocked or bad Causes Electronic expansion valve open error ✳The indoor unit may be frozen instantaneously if outdoor temperature is too low (lower than -5°C) or many indoor units are off at the same time.
  • Page 190 Troubleshooting 8-2-7. Momentary power failure Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Temporary stop of the compressor due to momentary power failure Judgment method Causes - Protection control of compressor (Not a defect) 8-2-8. Protection of high pressure sensor Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation)
  • Page 191 Troubleshooting 8-2-10. In removing frost Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - In removing frost Causes - Not a defect 8-2-11. Protection control of condensation ratio Outdoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Indoor unit display...
  • Page 192 Troubleshooting 8-2-12. Outdoor temperature sensor error Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Wire open or short of outdoor temperature sensor Causes - Wire open or current leak of related sensor Is outdoor temperature sensor connector departed from PCB? Connect the connector to PCB...
  • Page 193 Troubleshooting 8-2-13. Outdoor unit heat exchanger temperature sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Wire open or short of outdoor heat exchanger temperature sensor Causes - Wire open or current leak of related sensor Is outdoor temperature sensor connector departed from PCB?
  • Page 194 Troubleshooting 8-2-14. Discharge temperature sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Wire open or short of outdoor heat exchanger temperature sensor Causes - Wire open or current leak of related sensor Is outdoor unit discharge temperature sensor connector departed from PCB?
  • Page 195 Troubleshooting 8-2-15. COND OUT temperature sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Wire open or short of outdoor COND OUT sensor Causes - Wire open or current leak of related sensor Is outdoor COND OUT sensor connector not departed from PCB?
  • Page 196 Troubleshooting 8-2-16. Oil temperature sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Wire open or short of outdoor oil temperature sensor Causes - Wire open or current leak of related sensor Is outdoor oil temperature sensor connector not departed from PCB?
  • Page 197 Troubleshooting 8-2-17. Suction temperature sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Wire open or short of outdoor COND OUT sensor Causes - Wire open or current leak of related sensor Is outdoor suction temperature sensor connector not departed from PCB?
  • Page 198 Troubleshooting 8-2-18. High pressure sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Wire open or short of outdoor high pressure Causes - Wire open or defect of related sensor I Detection of high/low pressure sensor error 1.
  • Page 199 Troubleshooting 8-2-20. Fixed compressor discharge temperature sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Wire open or short of outdoor fixed compressor discharge temperature sensor Causes - Wire open or current leak of related sensor Is outdoor fixed compressor discharge temperature sensor connector not...
  • Page 200: Communication Error After Completion Of Tracking

    Troubleshooting 8-2-21. Communication error after completion of tracking Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - In case that the communication is not available for 2 minutes during operation Judgment method between indoor and outdoor unit. Causes - Communication error between indoor unit and outdoor unit Press the reset key (K3) of outdoor unit...
  • Page 201 Troubleshooting 8-2-22. Communication error in tracking Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Mismatching of the indoor unit numbers set with those communicated during Judgment method outdoor unit tracking. - Communication error between indoor unit and outdoor unit, and switch setting Causes error for installed numbers.
  • Page 202 Troubleshooting 8-2-23. Indoor unit float switch error Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When the indoor unit float switch is open for longer than 1 minute Causes - Drain fan level increase due to the indoor unit drain pump failure, detection sensor bad ✳E3 error is reset when the power of indoor unit is reset.
  • Page 203 Troubleshooting Check of drain pump (option) SW03 switch No.4 of indoor unit to OFF? Temperature Resistance SW03 Drain pump not use Drain pump use SW03 switch of indoor unit PCB Replace the indoor unit PCB. Are the drain pump and float switch installed? Set the SW03 switch No.4 of indoor unit PCB to ON and reset the...
  • Page 204 Troubleshooting 8-2-24. Setting error of option switch in indoor unit Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Switch setting error for using the wired remote controller Judgment method Causes - Option switch setting error of indoor unit ✳The error is occurred when the option switch for using the remote controller, No.1 switch on SW03, is set and the wired remote controller address is different from the RMC address of indoor unit.
  • Page 205 Troubleshooting 8-2-25. Breakaway of indoor unit EVAP IN sensor Outdoor unit display (Breakaway error of xth indoor unit EVAP IN piping sensor) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - EVAP IN piping sensor of indoor unit departed 1.
  • Page 206 Troubleshooting 8-2-26. Breakaway of indoor unit EVAP OUT sensor Outdoor unit display (Breakaway error of xth indoor unit EVAP OUT piping sensor) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - EVAP out piping sensor of indoor unit departed 1.
  • Page 207 Troubleshooting 8-2-27. Electronic expansion valve open error Outdoor unit display (Open error of xth electronic expansion valve) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - Indoor unit electronic expansion valve open error 1.
  • Page 208 Troubleshooting 8-2-28. Electronic expansion valve close error Outdoor unit display (Close error of xth electronic expansion valve) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - Indoor unit electronic expansion valve close error 1.
  • Page 209 Troubleshooting 8-2-29. Breakaway of EVAP IN, OUT sensors Outdoor unit display (Breakaway error of xth indoor unit EVAP IN, OUT piping sensor) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - EVAP IN, OUT piping sensor of indoor unit departed 1.
  • Page 210 Troubleshooting 8-2-30. Total leakage of outdoor refrigerant / Loading failure Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method - Leakage of outdoor unit refrigerant Causes - Loading failure 1.
  • Page 211 Troubleshooting Is the resistance If any one of the resistance of compressor normal between compressor terminals L1(R)-L2(S), L2(S)-L3(T) and L3(T)-L1(R) is not terminals? normal, it shall be regarded as OLP trip and then wait until the compressor is cooled to restart. Error reset (key3) Test operation (key 4) - All indoor units...
  • Page 212 Troubleshooting 8-2-31. Breakaway of outdoor unit COND sensor Outdoor unit display (Breakaway error of outdoor COND sensor) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - Outdoor COND sensor departed 1.
  • Page 213 Troubleshooting 8-2-32. Breakaway of oil temperature sensor Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - Oil temperature sensor departed 1. Judgment time During 30 minutes from starting compressor(the same as in cooling and heating operation) 2.
  • Page 214 Troubleshooting 8-2-34. Breakaway of fixed compressor discharge sensor Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - Fixed compressor discharge sensor departed 1. Judgment time After 30 minutes from start of digital compressor and general compressor 2.
  • Page 215 Troubleshooting 8-2-35. Indoor unit room sensor error (open / short) (Open/short error of xth room temperature sensor) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Refer to the following judgment method Judgment method Causes - Indoor unit temperature sensor open/short defect Is room temperature sensor connector departed from PCB?
  • Page 216 Troubleshooting 8-2-36. Indoor unit EVAP IN sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display (Open/short error of xth indoor EVAP IN sensor) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - Open/short error of xth indoor unit EVAP IN sensor Is indoor EVAP IN...
  • Page 217 Troubleshooting 8-2-37. Indoor unit EVAP OUT sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display (Open/short error of xth indoor EVAP OUT sensor) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the following judgment method Causes - Open/short error of xth indoor unit EVAP OUT sensor Is indoor EVAP OUT...
  • Page 218 Troubleshooting 8-2-38. Indoor unit fan motor starting error (xth indoor unit fan motor starting error) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Refer to the following judgment method Judgment method Causes - xth indoor unit fan motor starting error 8-2-39.
  • Page 219 Troubleshooting I Specification 2 • In case of occurring the error during the operation, error mode is displayed at the outdoor unit PCB display. • Error display number each means the following error. Error range 101~120 121~150 151~200 201~220 221~400 401~550 551~600 601~650...
  • Page 220 Troubleshooting Error Display Contents Remark SEG 1 SEG 2,3,4 Indoor fan error Mixed operation error(operate heat & cool mode at same time) EEPROM error Option setting error Electric heater discharge temperature protect error No fan error related to the electric heater S/W setup error in peripheral control device using option The 1 MCU SOL V/V cooling/heating opening at the same time...
  • Page 221 Troubleshooting Error Display Contents Remark SEG 1 SEG 2,3,4 COND-OUT SUB 1 TEMP sensor error OPEN/SHORT COND-MID sensor breakaway of outdoor unit COND-OUT 1 breakaway PWM DISCHARGE TEMP sensor error OPEN/SHORT _ Detected when the outdoor temperature is over -10˚C _ ERROR LEVEL : OVER 4.95V(-30˚C), BELOW 0.5V(151˚C) Fixed capacity compressor 1 DCHRG sensor error OPEN/SHORT _ Detected when the outdoor temperature is over -10˚C...
  • Page 222 Troubleshooting Error Display Contents Remark SEG 1 SEG 2,3,4 High pressure sensor breakaway Low pressure sensor breakaway Suction Temp. sensor ERROR(OPEN/SHORT) Main cooling sol. v/v open error 4-Way v/v operation error Outdoor protection control/self diagnosis related error Outdoor unit freezing detection 1 Outdoor unit freezing detection 2 Outdoor unit freezing detection 3-freezing COMP DOWN Outdoor unit overload 1 protection control error...
  • Page 223 Troubleshooting Error Display Contents Remark SEG 1 SEG 2,3,4 Forbid heating mode operation when outdoor temperature over 30˚C Forbid cooling mode operation when outdoor temperature below -5˚C In case of refrigerant charging operation at the 15˚cover of outdoor temperature in the heating mode Instant power off(disappear when compressor run) Another error related to the outdoor unit Defrosting operation...
  • Page 224 Troubleshooting 8-2-41. Indoor unit room temp. sensor error (open / short) x x x Outdoor unit display (x x x : Indoor unit address occurred error) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the below judge method Causes - OPEN/SHORT defect of indoor temperature sensor Is separated the indoor room...
  • Page 225 Troubleshooting 8-2-42. Indoor unit EVAP IN sensor error (open / short) x x x Outdoor unit display (x x x : Indoor unit address occurred error) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the below judge method Causes - OPEN/SHORT error of x indoor unit EVAP IN sensor error(OPEN/SHORT) Is separated the indoor EVAP IN...
  • Page 226 Troubleshooting 8-2-43. Indoor unit EVAP OUT sensor error (open / short) x x x Outdoor unit display (x x x : Indoor unit address occurred error) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the below judge method Causes - OPEN/SHORT error of x indoor unit EVAP OUT sensor error(OPEN/SHORT) Is separated the indoor EVAP OUT...
  • Page 227 Troubleshooting 8-2-44. Indoor unit EVAP IN sensor breakaway x x x Outdoor unit display (x x x : Indoor unit address occurred error) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the below judge method Causes - Indoor unit EVAP IN sensor breakaway 1.
  • Page 228 Troubleshooting 8-2-45. Indoor unit EVAP OUT sensor breakaway x x x Outdoor unit display (x x x : Indoor unit address occurred error) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the below judge method Causes - Indoor unit EVAP OUT sensor breakaway 1.
  • Page 229 Troubleshooting 8-2-46. MCU temperature sensor OPEN/SHORT Error Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method Causes - Disconnection and short of MCU temperature sensor Is not the MCU temperature sensor connector separated from PCB? Restart after connecting a connector to PCB.
  • Page 230 Troubleshooting 8-2-47. The starting error of indoor unit fan motor x x x Outdoor unit display (x x x : Indoor unit address occurred error) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method Causes - The starting error of x indoor unit fan motor - 229 -...
  • Page 231 Troubleshooting 8-2-48. The 1 simultaneous opening error of MCU SOL V/V heating & cooling detection : ( Outdoor unit display detection : ( Indoor unit display (Operation) (Filter) - Refer to the below judge method Judgment method Causes - The rising water level of drain plate due to the defect of drain pump of indoor unit or 1.
  • Page 232 Troubleshooting 8-2-49. There is no change of EVA IN or a change other indoor unit during the piping check Outdoor unit display Press the KEY 5(K5) after pipe check to display and error information. Indoor unit display Judgment method Causes - Disconnection and short of MCU temperature sensor 1.
  • Page 233 Troubleshooting 8-2-50. Communication error between the indoor unit and outdoor unit on tracking Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - When the number of indoor unit of installation switch mismatch with communicated indoor unit on Judgment method tracking the outdoor unit - Communication error between the indoor unit and outdoor unit, and the setting switch setup error for...
  • Page 234 Troubleshooting 8-2-51. Communication error after the completion of tracking Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When it is not communicated between the indoor unit and outdoor unit during the operation Causes - Communication error between the indoor unit and outdoor unit Check the display part with pressing the rest key(K3) of the outdoor unit PCB.
  • Page 235 Troubleshooting 8-2-52. Communication error between the outdoor unit and MCU Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When it is not communicated between the indoor unit and outdoor unit during the operation Causes - Communication error between the outdoor unit and MCU Is OK the connection between...
  • Page 236 Troubleshooting 8-2-53. MCU confluence kit connection error Outdoor unit display are displayed alternately. MCU display Judgment method - Indoor unit connected with confluence kit without continuity Causes Check the error of outdoor unit display part and find a MCU occurring error. Indoor unit connected to MCU through confluence kit.
  • Page 237 Troubleshooting 8-2-54. MCU indoor unit address setup error Outdoor unit display are displayed alternately. MCU display (Display only MCU) Judgment method Causes - Indoor unit connected with confluence kit and setting address was overlapped more than 3. Check the error of outdoor unit display part and find a MCU occurring error.
  • Page 238 Troubleshooting 8-2-55. Indoor unit address setup error of MCU Outdoor unit display are displayed alternately. MCU display are displayed alternately. Judgment method - MCU address do not match with indoor unit address. Causes Find indoor unit and MCU address that occurred communication error, through outdoor unit PCB or MCU PCB.
  • Page 239 Troubleshooting 8-2-56. Communication error between the outdoor unit and MCU Outdoor unit display is flickering. MCU display is flickering. Judgment method - Installed MCU quantity set-up error in the outdoor PCB. Causes - MCU address setting was overlapped. Compare actual installed MCU quantity with setting value of outdoor PCB.
  • Page 240 Troubleshooting 8-2-57. Indoor unit address setup error of MCU Outdoor unit display , and are flickering in sequence. MCU display Only is flickering. Judgment method Causes - Rotary switch for indoor unit address in MCU was overlapped among MCU. Check the error of outdoor unit display part and find the address of MCU and rotary switch for indoor unit address.
  • Page 241 Troubleshooting 8-2-58. MCU Dip switch setup error Outdoor unit display are flickering in sequence. MCU display are flickering in sequence. Judgment method - DIP switch for indoor unit setting was on position even though indoor unit was not connected. Causes Find indoor unit and MCU address that occurred communication error, through outdoor unit PCB or MCU PCB.
  • Page 242 Troubleshooting 8-2-59. MCU Dip switch setup error Outdoor unit display are displayed alternately. MCU display are displayed alternately. Judgment method - DIP switch for indoor unit setting was off position even though indoor unit was connected. Causes Find indoor unit and MCU address that occurred communication error, through outdoor unit PCB or MCU PCB.
  • Page 243 Troubleshooting 8-2-60. Outdoor temperature sensor error Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When opening or shorting of outdoor temperature sensor Causes - Open or short of the corresponding sensor Is separated the outdoor temperature sensor connecter from PCB? Restart after connecting a connecter to PCB.
  • Page 244 Troubleshooting 8-2-61. Outdoor COND OUT sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When opening or shorting of outdoor COND OUT sensor Causes - Open or short of the corresponding sensor Is separated the outdoor COND OUT sensor connecter from PCB?
  • Page 245 Troubleshooting 8-2-62. COND OUT sensor breakaway Outdoor unit display (MAIN COND OUT sensor), (SUB COND OUT sensor) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the below judge method Causes - Indoor heat exchanger COND OUT sensor breakaway ✳Classify the position of COND OUT sensor because it is different according to the number of error.
  • Page 246 Troubleshooting 8-2-63. The error of outdoor unit COND MID temperature sensor (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When opening or shorting of outdoor heat exchanger temperature sensor Causes - Open or short of the corresponding sensor Is separated the outdoor unit COND MID sensor connecter...
  • Page 247 Troubleshooting 8-2-64. The error of digital compressor discharge temperature sensor (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When opening or shorting of digital compressor temperature sensor Causes - Open or short of the corresponding sensor Is separated the digital compressor discharge temperature sensor connecter of...
  • Page 248 Troubleshooting 8-2-65. The error of fixed capacity compressor discharge temperature sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - When opening or shorting of fixed capacity compressor discharge temperature sensor Judgment method Causes - Open or short of the fixed capacity compressor discharge temperature sensor Is separated the fixed capacity...
  • Page 249 Troubleshooting 8-2-66. The compressor discharge temperature sensor breakaway (Digital Compressor), (Fixed 1 Compressor) Outdoor unit display (Fixed 2 Compressor), (Fixed 3 Compressor) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Refer to the below judge method Judgment method Causes - Compressor discharge temperature sensor breakaway ✳You shall classify the position of compressor discharge temperature sensor according to the below code.
  • Page 250 Troubleshooting 8-2-67. The compressor SUMP temperature(Oil temperature) sensor breakaway (Digital Compressor), (Fixed 1 Compressor) Outdoor unit display (Fixed 2 Compressor), (Fixed 3 Compressor) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Refer to the below judge method Judgment method Causes - SUMP(Oil) temperature sensor breakaway ✳You shall classify the position of compressor discharge temperature sensor according to the below code.
  • Page 251 Troubleshooting 8-2-68. OIL temperature sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When opening or shorting of outdoor oil temperature sensor Causes - Open or short of the corresponding sensor Is separated the outdoor oil temperature sensor connecter from PCB?
  • Page 252 Troubleshooting 8-2-69. High pressure sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When opening or shorting of outdoor high pressure sensor Causes - Open or short of the corresponding sensor G Detection method of low/high pressure sensor OPEN/SHORT error 1.
  • Page 253 Troubleshooting 8-2-71. SUCTION temperature sensor error (open / short) Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When opening or shorting of suction temperature sensor Causes - Open or short of the corresponding sensor Is separated the outdoor suction temperature sensor connecter from PCB?
  • Page 254 Troubleshooting 8-2-72. Indoor unit freezing protection Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - When the temperature of indoor unit heat exchanger on cooling operation maintains Judgment method over 5 minutes below -4˚C - Indoor fan motor defect or lock Causes - EEV open error ✳If the outdoor temperature is so low(below -5˚C) or a number of indoor unit is off simultaneously, the indoor unit can be frozen in an instant.
  • Page 255: High Pressure Protection Control

    Troubleshooting 8-2-73. High pressure protection control Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - It is detected when the value of high pressure sensor is over 28kg/cm Judgment method <Cooling operation> - Outdoor unit fan motor error(lock, defect)/Fan motor capacitor defect or wire short Outdoor heat exchanger pollution/SSR defect for fan control/Service valve lock Causes <Heating operation>...
  • Page 256: Low Pressure Protection Control

    Troubleshooting 8-2-74. Low pressure protection control Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - It is detected when the value of low pressure sensor is below 0.7kg/cm on cooling, and Judgment method 0.2kg/cm on heating. <Cooling operation>...
  • Page 257 Troubleshooting 8-2-75. Compressor SUMP temperature protection Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - When the SUMP temperature is maintains for five minutes over 95˚C Causes - The loading defect of compressor/The defect of Sump temperature sensor Error reset(KEY 3) Test operation (The same condition with that error occurred)
  • Page 258 Troubleshooting 8-2-76. The reverse phase of 3 phases power Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - In case of being reversed the order of phases or not entered one or every phase voltage Judgment method compared to the 3 phases detection circuit wave (If the phase voltage is return to normal, error is auto released) Causes...
  • Page 259 Troubleshooting 8-2-77. Compression rate control Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display - When the rate of (High pressure +1)/(Low pressure +1) maintains over 5 minutes with 8.5 over Judgment method Causes Error reset(KEY 3) Is the service vale opened all? Open the service valve.
  • Page 260 Troubleshooting 8-2-78. Prohibit to start compressor according to the outdoor temperature (30˚C over of outdoor temperature on heating mode) Outdoor unit display (-5˚C below of outdoor temperature on cooling mode) Indoor unit display - If the outdoor temperature is below -5˚C at the right before of compressor start, prohibit cooling operation.
  • Page 261 Troubleshooting 8-2-79. The low pressure detection error at the initial of compressor start Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - If the value of low sensor before the pump down start is lower than the compressor down pressure, Judgment method prohibit the start.(In cooling 0.7kg/cm , in heating 0.2kg/cm...
  • Page 262: Defrost Operation

    Troubleshooting 8-2-80. Defrost operation Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display Judgment method - The operation to defrost in the outdoor heat exchanger during the heating operation - Defrost operation (Not error) Causes I Check method This is not the error, so normal heating operation is performed after defrost. 8-2-81.
  • Page 263 Troubleshooting 8-2-83. Loading failure or OLP TRIP Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - Refer to the below judge method Judgment method Causes - Loading failure of digital compressor or OLP Trip 1. Judge method 1) Cooling operation Tcond, out - Tair, out >...
  • Page 264 Troubleshooting If any one of the resistance value of compressor Is the resistance value terminals L1(R)-L2(S), L2(S)-L3(T), L3(T)-L1(R) is between the compressor not normal, it shall be regarded as OLP Trip. Wait terminals normal? until the compressor is cooled to restart. Error reset(KEY 3) Test operation for every room (KEY 4)
  • Page 265 Troubleshooting 8-2-84. Oil collection operation Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display - Oil collection operation(Not error) Judgment method - Oil collection operation Causes I Check method This is the special operation mode to recollect oil discharged from the compressor, and it is entered for 3 minutes in 7 hours interval.
  • Page 266 Troubleshooting 8-2-85. Setting error of option switch for peripheral equipment control Outdoor unit display Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) - In case of mismatching the setup for use of wired remote control Judgment method - Option switch setup error of indoor unit Causes ✳This error is occurred when the option switch for using the remote control is set, and the wired remote control address is different from the RMC address of indoor unit.
  • Page 267 Troubleshooting 8-2-86. Floating switch detection of the indoor unit drain pump detection : (Displayed only outdoor unit) Outdoor unit display detection : x x x (x x x : Indoor unit address occurred error) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Filter) - Refer to the below judge method Judgment method - The rising water level of drain plate due to the defect of drain pump of indoor unit or Causes...
  • Page 268 Troubleshooting Check the drain pump Is SW03 switch No. 4 on the indoor unit PCB off positioning? K1 K2 K3 K4 Switch position Function Not used a drain pump Use a drain pump SW03 switch of indoor unit PCB Replace the indoor unit PCB Is installed the drain pump and float switch? Correct the K4 switch on the indoor...
  • Page 269 Troubleshooting 8-2-87. Indoor unit EEV CLOSE error detection : (Displayed only outdoor unit) Outdoor unit display detection : x x x (x x x : Indoor unit address occurred error) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the below judge method Causes - Indoor unit EEV operation defect (EEV does not open.)
  • Page 270 Troubleshooting 8-2-88. The 1 error of indoor EEV closing detection : Outdoor unit display detection : Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the below judge method Causes - Indoor unit EEV operation defect (EEV does not open.) ✳...
  • Page 271 Troubleshooting 4) In main heating mode (Every condition below should be satisfied 20 minutes over.) Cooling Indoor unit Heating Indoor unit Tcond, out - Tair, out > 2°C Tair, in - Teva, in ≥ 4°C Tair, in - Teva, out ≥ 4°C Compressor running &...
  • Page 272 Troubleshooting 8-2-89. Indoor unit EEV OPEN error detection : (Displayed only outdoor unit) Outdoor unit display detection : x x x (x x x : Indoor unit address occurred error) Indoor unit display (Operation) (Timer) (Fan) (Filter) (Removing frost) Judgment method - Refer to the below judge method Causes - Indoor unit EEV operation defect (The refrigerant leaks to the stopped indoor unit.)
  • Page 273 Troubleshooting 8-3. Self-diagnosis by LED indoor unit Indicators Abnormal conditions Remark Removing Operation frost Power reset Error of temperature sensor in indoor unit Displayed on appropriate indoor unit (OPEN/SHORT) which is operating Error of heat exchanger sensor in indoor unit Displayed on appropriate Error of heat exchanger OUT sensor in indoor unit indoor unit which is operating...
  • Page 274 Troubleshooting 8-4. Defect judgment and troubleshooting by S-NET It is possible for DVM system air conditioner to check and troubleshoot by use of S-NET. 8-4-1. S-NET main operation check G If the following S-NET data is displayed at the test operation after installation, make repairs with reference to the check method.
  • Page 275 Troubleshooting 8-4-2. Outdoor unit 1. Check the discharge temperature (T-discharge) of compressor. G If it maintains 70˚C ~ 110˚C, it is judged normal. Example) Discharge Temp.: 70˚C ≤ 95˚C ≤ 110˚C 2. Check the middle temperature of condensing temperature(T-Cond). G Check the middle temperature of condenser. G It is normal if the temperature 5˚C ~ 20˚C over than that of outdoor(T-air.
  • Page 276 Troubleshooting 3. Check the subcooling temperature (T-subcool). G Calculate the degree of subcooling (T-cond _ T-subcool=subcooling Temp.) G If it maintains 1˚C ~ 10˚C, it is judged normal. Example) Condensing temperature (45˚C) - Subcooling temperature (42˚C) = 3˚C G Example) Degree of over cooling : 1˚C ≤...
  • Page 277 Troubleshooting 8-4-3. Indoor unit 1. Check the EEV OPEN (E-valve). G EEV OPEN maintains 100~250 step, it is judged normal. - 276 -...
  • Page 278 Troubleshooting 2. Check the inlet temperature of indoor unit(T-evap in) and room temperature (T-air in). G If [T-evap in] - [T-air in] = 10°… over, it is judged normal. G But, if the room temperature is so higher than the room average temperature, it is a failure. Example) 10˚C ≤...
  • Page 279 Troubleshooting 3. Check the outlet temperature of indoor unit(T-evap out) and room temperature (T-air in). G If [T-evap in] - [T-air out] = 10˚C over, it is judged normal. G But, if the room temperature is so higher than the room average temperature, it is a failure. Example) 10˚C ≤...
  • Page 280 Troubleshooting 8-5. S-NET defect type and check method 8-5-1. System refrigerant over charge Phenomenon Check method I After operation over 40 minutes with the • Discharge a some refrigerant from the outdoor unit by use of a test operation in cooling mode. charging cylinder.
  • Page 281 Troubleshooting 8-5-2. System refrigerant shortage Phenomenon Check method I After operation over 40 minutes with the test • First check refrigerant leakage at any place if there is no operation in cooling mode. leak. I • E-valve : 4 Room-479 > 250, 1 Room-216 < 250 •...
  • Page 282 Troubleshooting 8-5-3. Indoor unit PCB defect/Sensor defect Phenomenon Check method • 24(T-air in) - 70(T-evap in) = -46˚C < 10˚C • Measure the resistance value of the indoor unit inlet temperature sensor by use of a tester. If the resistance value is a failure, •...
  • Page 283 Troubleshooting 8-5-4. EEV defect / Pipe clogging Phenomenon Check method • T-evap in, T-evap out, T-air in Maintain the • Check whether EEV connecter is departed. same temperature. • Check the open/close of EEV through the reset of indoor unit •...
  • Page 284 Troubleshooting 8-5-5. The mixing up communication wires between outdoor units Phenomenon Check method • Mixed up refrigerant pipes and communication wires of • Be sure to operate only an outdoor unit at the test indoor units and outdoor units. operation. •...
  • Page 285: Heat Exchanger

    Troubleshooting 8-5-6. No driving of outdoor unit fan/Clogging of the surroundings of outdoor unit heat exchanger Phenomenon Check method • The T-cond rises rapidly. • S-NET displays the driving of outdoor unit fan, but the fan does not drive actually. •...
  • Page 286 Troubleshooting 8-5-7. Clogging of the refrigerant pipe of sensor attaching part at the indoor unit inlet/Department of a sensor Phenomenon Check method • The temperature of indoor unit inlet is so higher than • Check the department of temperature sensor of indoor that of the other indoor unit.
  • Page 287 Troubleshooting 8-5-8. Breakaway of an outlet sensor of indoor unit Phenomenon Check method • The temperature of indoor unit outlet is so higher than • Check the breakaway of temperature sensor of indoor that of the other indoor unit. unit inlet. •...
  • Page 288 Troubleshooting 8-5-9. Breakaway of PWM valve connecter(Not controlled the capacity of compressor) / Shortage of refrigerant Phenomenon Check method • The T-discharge rises. • Check if the PWM connecter is departed. • After checking the pressure of refrigerant, recharge the •...
  • Page 289 Troubleshooting 8-5-10. Full leakage of refrigerant / Loading defect Phenomenon Check method • The T-discharge rises. • Check the operating current of compressor with Hook meter. • The temperature of indoor unit inlet/outlet and room is • Check PWM OPEN. ¡ Check the ON/OFF when applying same.
  • Page 290 Troubleshooting 8-5-11. Outdoor temperature sensor open Phenomenon Check method • Operation/Fan error is flickering on the indoor unit. • Check the resistance of outdoor temperature sensor. • t1 error is displayed on the outdoor PCB. • Replace the outdoor temperature sensor and check S-NET.
  • Page 291 Troubleshooting 8-5-12. Outdoor unit Cond mid sensor open Phenomenon Check method • Operation/Fan error is flickering on the indoor unit. • Check the resistance of outdoor unit Cond mid sensor. • t2 error is displayed on the outdoor PCB. • Replace the outdoor unit Cond mid sensor and check S-NET.
  • Page 292 Troubleshooting 8-5-13. Outdoor unit Cond out sensor open Phenomenon Check method • Operation/Fan error is flickering on the indoor unit. • Check the resistance of outdoor unit Cond out sensor. • t4 error is displayed on the outdoor PCB. • Replace the outdoor unit Cond out sensor and check S-NET.
  • Page 293 Troubleshooting 8-5-14. Department of the connecter of Outdoor unit temperature sensor Phenomenon Check method • Operation/Fan error is flickering on the indoor unit. • Check the department of connecter of outdoor unit temperature sensor. • The temperatures related to outdoor unit all are displayed at -40˚C.
  • Page 294 Troubleshooting 8-5-15. Outdoor unit Discharge temperature sensor OPEN Phenomenon Check method • Operation/Fan error is flickering on the indoor unit. • Check the department of connecter of outdoor unit temperature sensor. • T-discharge is displayed at 0˚C. • t3 error is displayed on the outdoor PCB. - 293 -...
  • Page 295: Exploded Views And Parts List

    Exploded Views and Parts List 9-1. Outdoor unit 9-1-1. B Type 16,17 28-2 28-1 28-3 28-5 28-4 28-6 28-9 28-8 28-7 - 294 - - 294 -...
  • Page 296 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RVMH050CBM0 RVMH060GBM0 RVMH060GDM0 RVMC050CBM0 DB90-00626B ASS'Y CABI TOP ASS'Y DB90-00626A ASS'Y CABI TOP ASS'Y SGCC-M T1.2 DB61-30615B SUPPORTER FRAME DB61-00398A SUPPORTER MOTOR SGCC-M T1.6 DB90-00551A ASS'Y CABI BACK LF ASS'Y DB90-00550B ASS'Y CABI BACK RH...
  • Page 297 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-1-2. D Type 32-2 29-3 29-4 32-4 29-5 28-1 29-2 29-6 32-3 30-1 32-1 29-1 19-1 20-1 22-2 22-9 22-1 22-4 22-5 22-3 22-6 22-8 22-7 - 296 -...
  • Page 298 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RVMC060GAM0 RVMC060GAM1 MUF7201F1 RVMC070FAM0 DB94-00067B ASS'Y FAN GUARD ASS'Y DB63-00156A COVER TOP SECC-P T1.0 DB67-50074A FAN PROPELLER ø 460 DB61-01224A BRACKET FAN MOTOR SGCC-M, T2.5 DB31-00072G MOTOR FAN LF OSME-1284SRC(S562) DB31-00072E MOTOR FAN LF...
  • Page 299 Exploded Views and Parts List D Type (cont.) 32-2 29-3 29-4 32-4 29-5 28-1 29-2 29-6 32-3 30-1 32-1 29-1 19-1 20-1 22-2 22-9 22-1 22-4 22-5 22-3 22-6 22-8 22-7 - 298 -...
  • Page 300 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RVMC060GAM0 RVMC060GAM1 MUF7201F1 RVMC070FAM0 DB90-00277B ASS'Y COVER CONTROL IN ASS'Y DB96-04152A ASS'Y COND RH ASS'Y DB96-04153A ASS'Y COND OUT LF ASS'Y DB90-00278A ASS'Y BRACKET BACK ASS'Y DB90-00276A ASS'Y COVER BACK ASS'Y DB96-00456B...
  • Page 301 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-1-3. E Type 22-6 22-4 22-2 22-1 22-3 22-8 22-7 22-10 22-11 22-5 22-9 22-12 - 300 -...
  • Page 302 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RVMC100GAM0 RVMH100GAM0 RVMC100FAM0 RVMH100GCM0 RVMH100FAM0 DB64-00403A INLAY GUARD FAN DB63-00316A GUARD FAN HSWR DB62-01233A BELLOW MOUTH DB67-00150B FAN PROPELLER AS + GF20% DB31-00135A MOTOR FAN OSM-4508SRC(S435) DB31-00135B MOTOR FAN OSME-4506SRC(S436) ASS'Y COVER TOP...
  • Page 303 Exploded Views and Parts List E Type (cont.) 22-6 22-4 22-2 22-1 22-3 22-8 22-7 22-10 22-11 22-5 22-9 22-12 - 302 -...
  • Page 304 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RVMC100GAM0 RVMH100GAM0 RVMC100FAM0 RVMH100GCM0 RVMH100FAM0 DB96-04141A ASS'Y COND OUT LF ASS'Y DB96-04153A ASS'Y COND OUT LF ASS'Y DB96-04143A ASS'Y COND OUT LF ASS'Y DB96-04140A ASS'Y COND OUT RH ASS'Y DB96-04152A ASS'Y COND OUT RH...
  • Page 305 Exploded views and Parts List E Type (cont.) 22-6 22-4 22-2 22-1 22-3 22-8 22-7 22-10 22-11 22-5 22-9 22-12 - 304 -...
  • Page 306 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RVMH100GCM3 DB64-00403A INLAY GUARD FAN DB63-00316A GUARD FAN HSWR DB62-01233A BELLOW MOUTH DB67-00150B FAN PROPELLER AS + GF20% DB31-00135B MOTOR FAN OSME-4506SRC(S436) DB90-01142A ASS'Y COVER TOP ASS'Y DB90-01599B ASS'Y BRACKET MOTOR SGCC-M T3.2...
  • Page 307 Exploded views and Parts List E Type (cont.) 22-6 22-4 22-2 22-1 22-3 22-8 22-7 22-10 22-11 22-5 22-9 22-12 - 306 -...
  • Page 308 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RVMH100GCM3 DB96-03124F ASS'Y 4-WAY VALVE ASS'Y DB96-01177D ASS'Y EXPANSION VALVE ASS'Y DB33-00036D SOLENOID COIL LIQUID ASS'Y DB96-01182A ASS'Y BYPASS HOT GAS ASS'Y DB96-01180A ASS'Y TUBE CHARGING VALVE ASS'Y DB96-01938A ASS'Y SERVICE VALVE 1/2"...
  • Page 309 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-1-4. F Type 47-1 47-2 28-2 28-3 - 308 -...
  • Page 310 Exploded Views and Parts List 30-10 30-1 30-2 30-4 30-7 30-3 30-8 30-5 30-6 30-9 55-1 55-2 55-3 55-4 - 309 -...
  • Page 311 Exploded Views and Parts List F Type (cont.) 30-10 30-1 30-2 30-4 30-7 30-3 30-8 30-5 30-6 30-9 55-1 55-2 55-3 55-4 - 310 -...
  • Page 312 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH140GAM✳ RMAH160GAM✳ DB64-00403A INLAY GUARD FAN DB63-00316A GUARD FAN HAWR DB62-01233A BELLOW MOUTH DB67-00150B FAN PROPELLER AS+GF20% DB31-00135B MOTOR FAN(SSR) OSME-4506SRC(S436) DB31-00201C MOTOR FAN(STEP) OSME-4566SRC(S439) DB90-01142A ASS'Y COVER TOP ASS'Y DB90-01599B BRACKET MOTOR...
  • Page 313 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH140GAM✳ RMAH160GAM✳ DB61-01542A LEG BASE SECC-P T3.2 DB93-01849B ASS'Y CONTROL BOX MAIN ASS'Y 30-1 DB93-01792A ASSY CONTROL CABI ASS'Y 30-2 DB61-01460A CASE PCB OUT 30-3 2501-001234 CAPACITOR 20uF 30-4...
  • Page 314 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH140GAM✳ RMAH160GAM✳ DB96-02543B ASS'Y TUBE-4WAY VALVE ASS'Y 40-1 DB32-00116A SENSOR-HIGH PRESSURE ASS'Y 40-2 DB32-00115A SENSOR-LOW PRESSURE ASS'Y 40-3 DB99-00317A ASS'Y VALVE 4WAY ASS'Y DB96-02736A ASS'Y TUBE-BYPASS LIQUID ASS'Y DB96-03451A ASS'Y TUBE-OIL BALANCE BYPASS...
  • Page 315 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-1-5. G Type 47-1 47-2 28-2 28-3 - 314 -...
  • Page 316 Exploded Views and Parts List 30-10 30-1 30-2 30-4 30-7 30-3 30-8 30-5 30-6 30-9 55-1 55-2 55-3 55-4 - 315 -...
  • Page 317 Exploded Views and Parts List G Type (cont.) 31-1 31-3 31-2 31-4 31-5 56-1 31-6 56-2 - 316 -...
  • Page 318 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH180GAM✳ RMAH200GAM✳ DB64-00403A INLAY GUARD FAN DB63-00316A GUARD FAN HAWR DB62-01233A BELLOW MOUTH DB67-00150B FAN PROPELLER AS+GF20% DB31-00135B MOTOR FAN(SSR) OSME-4506SRC(S436) DB31-00201C MOTOR FAN(STEP) OSME-4566SRC(S439) DB90-01142A ASS'Y COVER TOP ASS'Y DB90-01599B BRACKET MOTOR...
  • Page 319 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH180GAM✳ RMAH200GAM✳ DB93-01849B ASS'Y CONTROL BOX MAIN ASS'Y 30-1 DB93-01792A ASSY CONTROL CABI ASS'Y 30-2 DB61-01460A CASE PCB OUT 30-3 2501-001234 CAPACITOR 20uF 30-4 DB26-10079C TRANS POWER AC230V,DC17V,1A 30-5 2901-001229...
  • Page 320 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH180GAM✳ RMAH200GAM✳ DB96-02543B ASS'Y TUBE-4WAY VALVE ASS'Y 40-1 DB32-00116A SENSOR-HIGH PRESSURE ASS'Y 40-2 DB32-00115A SENSOR-LOW PRESSURE ASS'Y 40-3 DB99-00317A ASS'Y VALVE 4WAY ASS'Y DB96-02736A ASS'Y TUBE-BYPASS LIQUID ASS'Y DB96-03451A ASS'Y TUBE-OIL BALANCE BYPASS...
  • Page 321 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-1-6. G Type 51-1 51-2 51-1 - 320 -...
  • Page 322 Exploded Views and Parts List 31-1 31-2 31-3 31-4 31-5 62-1 31-6 62-2 63-1 63-2 - 321 -...
  • Page 323 Exploded Views and Parts List G Type (cont.) 30-10 30-1 30-2 30-4 30-3 30-7 30-8 30-5 30-6 30-9 61-1 61-2 61-3 61-4 61-5 61-6 - 322 -...
  • Page 324 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH220GAM✳ RMAH240GAM✳ RMAH260GAM✳ DB64-00403A INLAY GUARD FAN DB63-00316A GUARD FAN HAWR DB62-01233A BELLOW MOUTH DB67-00150B FAN PROPELLER AS+GF20% DB31-00135B MOTOR FAN(SSR) OSME-4506SRC(S436) DB31-00201C MOTOR FAN(STEP) OSME-4566SRC(S439) DB90-01142A ASS'Y COVER TOP ASS'Y DB90-01599B...
  • Page 325 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH220GAM✳ RMAH240GAM✳ RMAH260GAM✳ DB93-01849B ASS'Y CONTROL BOX MAIN ASS'Y 30-1 DB93-01792A ASSY CONTROL CABI ASS'Y 30-2 DB61-01460A CASE PCB OUT 30-3 2501-001234 CAPACITOR 20uF 30-4 DB26-10079C TRANS POWER AC230V,DC17V,1A 30-5...
  • Page 326 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH220GAM✳ RMAH240GAM✳ RMAH260GAM✳ DB96-02525A ASS'Y TUBE-BYPASS LIQUID ASS'Y DB96-03451A ASS'Y TUBE-OIL BALANCE BYPASS ASS'Y DB96-03452A ASS'Y TUBE-PWM VALVE ASS'Y DB96-02883A ASS'Y TUBE-SUB CHARGING VALVE ASS'Y DB67-00321A OIL SEPARATOR ASS'Y DB67-00322A...
  • Page 327 Exploded Views and Parts List G Type (cont.) 50-1 50-2 - 326 -...
  • Page 328 Exploded Views and Parts List 31-1 31-2 31-3 31-4 31-5 61-1 31-6 61-2 62-1 65-2 - 327 -...
  • Page 329 Exploded Views and Parts List G Type (cont.) 30-10 30-1 30-2 30-4 30-3 30-7 30-8 30-5 30-6 60-1 60-2 60-3 30-4 60-5 60-6 - 328 -...
  • Page 330 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH280GAM✳ RMAH300GAM✳ DB64-00403A INLAY GUARD FAN DB63-00316A GUARD FAN HAWR DB62-01233A BELLOW MOUTH DB67-00150B FAN PROPELLER AS+GF20% DB31-00135B MOTOR FAN(SSR) OSME-450SRC(S436) DB31-00201C MOTOR FAN(STEP) OSME-4566SRC(S439) DB90-01142A ASS'Y COVER TOP ASS'Y DB61-00722A BRACKET MOTOR...
  • Page 331 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH280GAM✳ RMAH300GAM✳ DB93-01850D ASS'Y CONTROL BOX SUB ASS'Y 31-1 DB93-01792A ASSY CONTROL CABI ASS'Y 31-2 3501-001231 RELAY POWER 208-240V(50HZ) 31-3 3501-001247 RELAY POWER 208-240V(50HZ) 31-4 DB65-40062L TERMINAL BLOCK 2P 2P (F1 F2) 31-5...
  • Page 332 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMAH280GAM✳ RMAH300GAM✳ DB39-00910B CONNECT WIRE-JOINT JUMP ASS'Y DB32-00100A TOTAL SENSOR ASSY ASS'Y 60-1 DB95-00430A ASS'Y SENSOR ASS'Y 60-2 DB32-10043N ASS'Y SENSOR ASS'Y 60-3 DB95-00417A ASS'Y SENSOR ASS'Y 60-4 DB95-00429A...
  • Page 333 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-1-7. DVM PLUS(RMBH100GAM0) 26-1 26-2 - 332 -...
  • Page 334 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RMBH100GAM✳ DB64-00403A INLAY GUARD FAN DB63-00316A GUARD FAN HAWR DB62-01233A BELLOW MOUTH DB67-00150B FAN PROPELLER AS+GF20% DB31-00201D MOTOR FAN OSME-4576ARC(S441) DB90-01691A ASS'Y COVER TOP ASS'Y DB90-01599B BRACKET MOTOR SGCC-M T3.2 DB64-00394A CABINET FRONT UP...
  • Page 335 Exploded views and Parts List 9-1-8. H Type(RVMR100GCM0) 22-6 22-4 22-2 22-3 22-1 22-13 22-8 22-7 22-10 22-11 22-9 22-5 22-12 22-14 - 334 -...
  • Page 336 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification RVMR100GCM0 DB64-00403A INLAY GUARD FAN DB63-00316A GUARD FAN MSWR-6B DB62-01233A BELLOW MOUTH DB67-00150B FAN PROPELLER AS+G/F20% DB31-00135B MOTOR FAN OSME-4506SRC(S436) DB90-01691A ASS'Y COVER TOP ASS'Y DB90-01599B ASS'Y BRACKET MOTOR ASS'Y DB90-01689A BASE COND...
  • Page 337 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2. Indoor unit 9-2-1. 1-Way cassette type(body) 14-2 14-1 14-3 - 336 -...
  • Page 338 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMKC026EA0MID Code No. Description Specification AVMKC026EA✳ AVMKC020CA0MID AVMKC032CA0MID AVMKC020EA✳ AVMKC020EA0MID AVMKC035EA✳ AVMKC035EA0MID AVMKC040CA0MID DB90-00588E ASS'Y CABI ASS'Y DB90-00704A ASS'Y HOLDER DRAIN PUMP ASS'Y, PS(V0) DB67-00114A DRAIN PUMP SAUREMAN DB69-00298A CUSHION BODY DB94-00196A ASS'Y CASE FAN SIDE ASS'Y, PS(V0)
  • Page 339 Exploded Views and Parts List 1-Way cassette type(body) (cont.) 14-2 14-1 14-3 - 338 -...
  • Page 340 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMKH026EA0 Code No. Description Specification AVMKH032CA✳ AVMKH026EA0MID AVMKH020EA✳ AVMKH020CA✳ AVMKH035EA✳ AVMKH040CA✳ AVMKH035EA0MID DB90-00588E ASS'Y CABI ASS'Y DB90-00588D ASS'Y CABI ASS'Y DB90-00704A ASS'Y HOLDER DRAIN PUMP ASS'Y, PS(V0) DB67-00114A DRAIN PUMP SAUREMAN DB69-00298A CUSHION BODY DB94-00196A...
  • Page 341 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-2. 1-Way cassette type(panel) (cont.) - 340 -...
  • Page 342 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification MFR118I1A MGKH118IE0 MGKH118IC0 MGKH118IA0 MGKH118IU0 DB63-00164A COVER VALVE HIPS(UL94-V0) DB66-00160A BLADE V HIPS(UL94-V0) DB66-00157A LINK BLADE DB63-00163A COVER PCB CASE HIPS(UL94-V0) DB93-00374A DISPLAY PCB ASS'Y ASS'Y DB93-01021A DISPLAY PCB ASS'Y ASS'Y DB31-10153D...
  • Page 343 Exploded views and Parts List 9-2-3. 2-Way cassette type (cont.) - 342 -...
  • Page 344 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMGH052EA3~ AVMGH070EA3~ DB93-02794A ASS’Y CONTROL BOX IN ASS’Y DB61-01482A CASE CONTROL PS(V0), BLK DB61-01236A BASE TERMINAL SGCC-M DB93-02722A ASS’Y MAIN PCB ASS’Y PCB DB93-02736A SUB PCB DB26-10065B TRANS POWER DB93-01783A ASS’Y TERMINAL BLOCK 4P...
  • Page 345 Exploded views and Parts List 2-Way cassette type(panel) (cont.) - 344 -...
  • Page 346 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification MGGH103IM0 DB64-00777A PANEL FRONT DB64-00775A GRILLE FRONT DB64-00774A FILTER INLET AIR ASS'Y DB61-01297A CASE OUTLET AIR HIPS DB66-00415A BLADE H HIPS DB66-00402A BLADE V DB66-00416A LINK BLADE V DB66-00755A LATCH DC ASS'Y...
  • Page 347 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-4. 4-Way cassette type(body : 5.2kW~7.2kW) - 346 -...
  • Page 348 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMCCO52CA0 AVMCC052EAOMID AVMCCO52CA0MID Code No. Description Specification AVMCH052EAO AVMCHO52CA0 AVMCC052EA0 AVMCC070EA0 AVMCH052EAOMID AVMCC072CA0 AVMCH052EAOSKD AVMCC072CA0MID AVMCH072CA0 DB63-00058A GUARD SAFETY HSWR DB63-00050A COVER CONTROL SGCC-M T0.7 DB63-00049A COVER PCB SGCC-M T0.7 DB90-00127C ASS'Y CASE CONTROL ASS'Y DB90-00128A...
  • Page 349 Exploded Views and Parts List 4-Way cassette type(body : 5.2kW~7.2kW) (cont.) - 348 -...
  • Page 350 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMCH070EA0 Code No. Description Specification AVMCC070EA0MID ABM1800B1 ABM2400B1 AVMCH070EA0MID AVMCH070EA0SKD DB63-00058A GUARD SAFETY HSWR DB63-00050A COVER CONTROL SGCC-M T0.7 DB63-00049A COVER PCB SGCC-M T0.7 DB90-00127C ASS'Y CASE CONTROL ASS'Y DB90-00128A ASS'Y CASE PCB ASS'Y DB65-00029M TERMINAL BOARD 5P...
  • Page 351 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-5. 4-Way cassette type(body : 10.5kW) - 350 -...
  • Page 352 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMCC105EA0MID AVMCC105EA0 AVMCC105CA0 AVMCC105CA0MID AVMCH105EA0MID AVMCH105EA0 AVMCH105CA0 DB63-00058A GUARD SAFETY HSWR DB63-00050A COVER CONTROL SGCC-M T0.7 DB63-00049A COVER PCB SGCC-M T0.7 DB90-00127C ASS'Y CASE CONTROL ASS'Y DB90-00128A ASS'Y CASE PCB ASS'Y DB65-00029M...
  • Page 353 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-6. 4-Way cassette type(panel) 18-4 18-3 18-2 18-1 - 352 -...
  • Page 354 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification MGCH095IE0 MGCH095IC0 MGCH095IA0 MGCH095IU0 DB64-00051A PANEL FRONT HIPS DB69-00091A CUSHION SIDE A EPS,L182,W182,T38.5,W30 DB69-00092A CUSHION SIDE B EPS,L182,W182,T34.6,W20 DB69-00093A CUSHION A EPS,L526,W28,T18.4,W9 DB97-00324A ASS'Y CUSHION EPS,L490,W66,T37.5,W33 DB63-00042A COVER FRONT RE HIPS DB66-00029C...
  • Page 355 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-7. 4-Way cassette type(body : 5.2kW~14kW) - 354 -...
  • Page 356 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMC✳052EA1~ AVMC✳070EA1~ DB63-00620A COVER-CONTROL HIPS(V0) DB63-00621A COVER-CONTROL SUB HIPS(HB) DB26-10065B TRANS-POWER DC17,AC230V DB93-00843C ASS'Y PCB MAIN-IN ASS'Y DB65-00029M TERMINAL-BOARD 4P 250V 20A,4P DB65-00029W TERMINAL BLOCK-4P 250V 20A,4P DB61-40291B HOLDER-WIRE PP,BLK...
  • Page 357 Exploded Views and Parts List 4-Way cassette type(body : 5.2kW~14kW) (cont.) - 356 -...
  • Page 358 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMC✳105EA1~ AVMC✳128EA1~ AVMC✳140EA1~ DB63-00620A COVER-CONTROL HIPS(V0) DB63-00621A COVER-CONTROL SUB HIPS(HB) DB26-10065B TRANS-POWER DC17,AC230V DB93-00843C ASS'Y PCB MAIN-IN ASS'Y DB65-00029M TERMINAL-BOARD 4P 250V 20A,4P DB65-00029W TERMINAL BLOCK-4P 250V 20A,4P DB61-40291B HOLDER-WIRE...
  • Page 359 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-8. 4-Way cassette type(panel) 18-4 18-3 18-2 18-1 - 358 -...
  • Page 360 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification MGCH095IM1 DB64-00051A PANEL-FRONT HIPS, 950x950 DB69-00091A CUSHION-SIDE-A EPS, T38.5, W182, L182, GR DB69-00092A CUSHION-SIDE-B EPS, T34.6, W182, L182, GR DB69-00093A CUSHION-A EPS, T18.4, W28, L526, GRY DB97-00324A ASS'Y CUSHION EPS, T37.5, W66, L490, GRY DB90-00324H...
  • Page 361 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-9. Duct Type(Low silhouette) 19-2 19-3 19-5 19-1 19-4 - 360 -...
  • Page 362 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMDC052EA✳ AVMDC052EA0MID ADM1800B1 ADM2400B1 DB63-00076A COVER TOP SGCC-M T0.8 DB63-00074A COVER CASE DUCT SGCC-M T0.8 DB94-00022A ASS'Y DRAIN PAN ASS'Y, BLK DB61-00099A CASE BOTTOM SGCC-M T0.8 DB94-00023C ASS'Y BLOWER DUCT ASS'Y DB64-00071A...
  • Page 363 Exploded Views and Parts List Duct type(Low silhouette) (cont.) 19-2 19-3 19-5 19-1 19-4 - 362 -...
  • Page 364 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMDC070EA✳ AVMDC070EA0MID AVMDC072CA0MID AVMDC052CA0MID DB63-00076A COVER TOP SGCC-M T0.8 DB63-00074A COVER CASE DUCT SGCC-M T0.8 DB94-00022A ASS'Y DRAIN PAN ASS'Y, BLK DB61-00099A CASE BOTTOM SGCC-M T0.8 DB94-00023C ASS'Y BLOWER DUCT ASS'Y DB64-00071A...
  • Page 365 Exploded Views and Parts List Duct type(Low silhouette) (cont.) 19-2 19-3 19-5 19-1 19-4 - 364 -...
  • Page 366 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMDH052EA✳ AVMDH070EA✳ Code No. Description Specification AVMDC052CA0 AVMDC072CA0 AVMDH052EA0MID AVMDH070EA0MID AVMDH052CA0 AVMDH072CA0 AVMDH052EA0SKD AVMDH070EA0SKD DB63-00076A COVER TOP SGCC-M T0.8 DB63-00074A COVER CASE DUCT SGCC-M T0.8 DB94-00022A ASS'Y DRAIN PAN ASS'Y, BLK DB61-00099A CASE BOTTOM SGCC-M T0.8...
  • Page 367 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-10. Duct type(Built-in : 2.0kW~4.0kW) 31-2 31-3 31-1 31-4 31-5 31-6,7 31-8 20-1 31-9 I Options Q'TY Code No. Description Specification MDP-075SB MDP-075SBU DB67-00145A HOSE DRAIN EPTM T1.5 DB69-00137B BAND RING STS304 T1.5 DB61-00697A BRACKET DRAIN PUMP ABS UL94-VO DB66-00058C PUMP DRAIN...
  • Page 368 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMBC020EA✳ AVMBC026EA✳ AVMBC020EA0MID AVMBC020CA0 AVMBC026EA0MID Code No. Description Specification AVMBH020EA✳ AVMBC020CA0MID AVMBH026EA✳ AVMBH020CA0 AVMBH020EA0MID AVMBH026EA0MID AVMBH020EA0SKD AVMBH026EA0SKD DB90-00583A ASS'Y CABI BASE ASS'Y DB90-00586A ASS'Y BRACKET OUTLET ASS'Y DB90-00582A ASS'Y CABI SIDE LF ASS'Y DB61-00712A HOLDER SIDE CABI...
  • Page 369 Exploded Views and Parts List Duct type(Built-in : 2.0kW~4.0kW) (cont.) 31-2 31-3 31-1 31-4 31-5 31-6,7 31-8 20-1 31-9 - 368 -...
  • Page 370 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMBC035EA✳ AVMBC032CA0 AVMBC035EA0MID AVMBC040CA0 Code No. Description Specification AVMBC032CA0MID AVMBH035EA✳ AVMBC040CA0MID AVMBH032CA0 AVMBH040CA0 AVMBH035EA0MID AVMBH035EA0SKD DB90-00583A ASS'Y CABI BASE ASS'Y DB90-00586A ASS'Y BRACKET OUTLET ASS'Y DB90-00582A ASS'Y CABI SIDE LF ASS'Y DB61-00712A HOLDER SIDE CABI SGCC-M T2.3...
  • Page 371 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-11. Duct type(Built-in : 5.2kW~7.2kW) 31-3 31-2 31-1 20-1 31-4 31-5 31-6,7 31-8 31-9 I Options Q'TY Code No. Description Specification MDP-075SB MDP-075SBU DB67-00145A HOSE DRAIN EPTM T1.5 DB69-00137B BAND RING STS304 T1.5 DB61-00697A BRACKET DRAIN PUMP ABS(UL94-VO) DB66-00058C PUMP DRAIN...
  • Page 372 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMBC052EA✳ AVMBC070EA✳ AVMBC052EA0MID AVMBC052CA0 AVMBC070EA0MID AVMBC072CA0 Code No. Description Specification AVMBH052EA✳ AVMBC052CA0MID AVMBH070EA✳ AVMBC072CA0MID AVMBH052CA0 AVMBH072CA0 AVMBH052EA0MID AVMBH070EA0MID AVMBH052EA0SKD AVMBH070EA0SKD DB90-00584A ASS'Y CABI BASE ASS'Y DB90-00587A ASS'Y BRACKET OUTLET ASS'Y DB90-00582A ASS'Y CABI SIDE LF ASS'Y DB61-00712A...
  • Page 373 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-12. Duct type(High pressure) 13-9 13-1 13-3 13-10 13-2 13-4 13-7 13-8 13-6 13-5 10-1 10-5 10-6 10-4 10-3 10-2 - 372 -...
  • Page 374 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMHC105EA0 AVMHC128EA0 AVMHC105EA0MID AVMHC105CA0 AVMHC128EA0MID AVMHC128CA0 Code No. Description Specification AVMHH105EA0 AVMHC105CA0MID AVMHH128EA0 AVMHC128CA0MID AVMHH105EA0MID AVMHH105CA0 AVMHH128EA0MID AVMHH128CA0 AVMHH105EA0SKD AVMHH128EA0SKD DB90-00314A ASS'Y CABI TOP ASS'Y DB90-00316A ASS'Y CABI BASE ASS'Y DB94-00093A ASS'Y DRAIN PAN ASS'Y DB96-01277B...
  • Page 375 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-13. Duct type(High-Low pressure) 12-2 12-1 12-8 12-3 12-4 12-9 12-6 12-7 12-5 10-1 10-5 10-6 10-2 10-4 10-3 - 374 -...
  • Page 376 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVML(H)✳105EA3~ AVML(H)✳128EA3~ AVML(H)✳140EA3~ DB98-06745B ASS'Y CABI TOP DUCT TYPE DB98-06744B ASS'Y CABI BASE PART DUCT TYPE DB94-00599A ASS'Y DRAIN PAN DUCT TYPE DB96-01277B ASS'Y EVAP DUCT TYPE DB32-00016B THERMISTOR ASS'Y DUCT TYPE...
  • Page 377 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-14. Wall-mounted type(2.0kW~4.0kW) 18-6 18-6-1 18-1 18-4 18-3 18-2 13-4 13-2 13-3 13-1 - 376 -...
  • Page 378 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMWC020EA0MID AVMWC020EA✳ AVMWC026EA✳ Code No. Description Specification AVMWC020CA0MID AVMWC020CA✳ AVMWC032CA✳ AVMWH020EA✳ AVMWH020CA✳ AVMWH032CA✳ AVMWH020EA0MID DB64-00354A GRILLE AIR INLET HIPS DB63-00064A GUARD AIR FILTER DB95-00287G CLEANER FILTER ASS'Y ASS'Y DB63-00067A COVER TERMINAL HIPS (UL94-V0) DB92-00455A ASS'Y PANEL FRONT (W/M)
  • Page 379 Exploded Views and Parts List Wall-mounted type(2.0kW~4.0kW) (cont.) 18-6 18-6-1 18-1 18-4 18-3 18-2 13-4 13-2 13-3 13-1 - 378 -...
  • Page 380 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMWC026EA0MID AVMWC035EA0MID AVMWC035EA✳ Code No. Description Specification AVMWC032CA0MID AVMWC040CA0MID AVMWC040CA✳ AVMWH026EA✳ AVMWH035EA✳ AVMWH040CA✳ AVMWH026EA0MID AVMWH035EA0MID DB64-00354A GRILLE AIR INLET HIPS DB63-00064A GUARD AIR FILTER DB95-00287G CLEANER FILTER ASS'Y ASS'Y DB63-00067A COVER TERMINAL HIPS (UL94-V0) DB92-00455A ASS'Y PANEL FRONT (W/M)
  • Page 381 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-15. Wall-mounted type(5.0kW~7.2kW) 10-1 10-3 10-2 - 380 -...
  • Page 382 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY AVMWC052CA0MID AVMWC072CA0MID Code No. Description Specification AVMWC052CA✳ AVMWC070EA✳ AVMWC052EA0MID AVMWC070EA0MID AVMWH052CA✳ AVMWH072CA✳ AVMWH052EA✳ AVMWH070EA✳ AVMWH052EA0MID AVMWH070EA0MID DB64-00359A GRILLE AIR INLET HIPS DB63-30150C GUARD AIR FILTER DB74-10101C FILTER CLEANER ASS'Y ASS'Y DB95-00287N CASE CLEANER FILTER DB63-00436D FILTER CARBON...
  • Page 383 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-16. Floor Standing type 23-1 - 382 -...
  • Page 384 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMPC(H)060EA✳ AVMPC(H)070EA✳ AVMPC(H)082EA✳ DB92-00358C ASS'Y PANEL OUTLET YAHOO IVORY CURL-FIT DB63-00331A COVER MAIN PCB HIPS,V0,BLK DB93-01321A ASS'Y MAIN PCB ASS'Y 2301-001367 C-FLME 6.0uF x 450VAC 2301-001380 C-FLME 4.5uF x 450VAC 2301-001369 C-FLME...
  • Page 385 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-17. Floor Standing type(Ass'y Panel Outlet) - 384 -...
  • Page 386 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMPC(H)060EA✳ AVMPC(H)070EA✳ AVMPC(H)082EA✳ DB64-00840A LOGO-SAMSUNG NICKEL(GRAY) DB64-00414B PANEL-DECO ABS,14K GOLD DB64-00412S PANEL-OUTLET ABS,YAHOO IVORY CURL-FIT DB64-00430A INLAY-WINDOW ACRYLIC DB92-00358C ASS’Y HOLDER DISPLAY ASS’Y DB64-00418B BUTTON-CONTROL ABS,14K GOLD...
  • Page 387 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-18. Floor Standing type(Ass'y Shutter) 2-11 - 386 -...
  • Page 388 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMPC(H)060EA✳ AVMPC(H)070EA✳ AVMPC(H)082EA✳ DB91-00149H ASS'Y-HOLDER BLADE ASS'Y,YAHOO IVORY CURL-FIT DB64-00411H PANEL-SHUTTER ABS,YAHOO IVORY CURL-FIT DB62-00800R SEAL-SHUTTER BACK FOAM-PU DB62-00800S SEAL-SHUTTER LOW FLOCKED OR PVC BLK DB61-00788A HINGE-SHUTTER HIPS,BLK DB66-00293A GEAR-RACK...
  • Page 389 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-19. Floor Standing type(Ass'y Inlet) 7-1 7-2 - 388 -...
  • Page 390 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMPC(H)060EA✳ AVMPC(H)070EA✳ AVMPC(H)082EA✳ DB64-00416H PANEL-INLET DB33-00011A ASS'Y-MAGNET ASS'Y DB61-00800A MAGNET DB63-00338B COVER-INLET HIPS,SUPREHE SILVER DB61-00784A HOLDER-FILTER HIPS,SC-97472R DB61-00281A GUIDE-ELECTRIC RH DB95-00240A ASS'Y-ELECTRIC LF ASS'Y DB61-00280A GUIDE-ELECTRIC LF LOW HIPS,V0,BLK DB61-50094A GUIDE-ELECTRIC LF UP...
  • Page 391 Exploded Views and Parts List 9-2-20. Ceiling type 9 10 11 12 45-7 45-6 45-3 45-4 45-5 45-2 45-8 45-1 - 390 -...
  • Page 392 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMFH052EA✳ AVMFH070EA✳ DB64-00682A CABI BASE DB63-00601A COVER PIPE DB63-00602A COVER SIDE DB61-01149A PLATE HANGER LF SGCC-M DB61-01150A PLATE HANGER RH SGCC-M DB61-01155A BRACKET COVER PIPE SGCC-M DB64-00683A CABI FRONT ABS(SILK PRINT) DB63-00606B...
  • Page 393 Exploded Views and Parts List I Part List (cont.) Q'TY Code No. Description Specification AVMFH052EA✳ AVMFH070EA✳ DB69-00617A CUSHION DRAIN A EPS(25FOAM-PS) DB69-00714A CUSHION DRAIN B EPS(25FOAM-PS) DB94-00062B ASS'Y DRAIN HOSE ASS'Y DB32-00082A THERMISTOR EVAP ASS'Y DB63-00605A COVER CONTROL ABS(UL94-V0) DB93-01762A ASS'Y CONTROL IN ASS'Y DB93-01762B...
  • Page 394 Memo - 393 -...
  • Page 395: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring Diagram 10-1. Indoor unit 10-1-1. 1-Way cassette type I Cooling only(AVMKC✳) This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 394 - - 394 -...
  • Page 396 Wiring Diagram I Heat pump(AVMKH✳) This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 395 - - 395 -...
  • Page 397 Wiring Diagram 10-1-2. 2-Way cassette type This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 396 -...
  • Page 398 Wiring Diagram 10-1-3. 4-Way cassette type I Cooling only(AVMCC✳) This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 397 -...
  • Page 399 Wiring Diagram I Heat pump(AVMCH✳) This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 398 -...
  • Page 400 Wiring Diagram 10-1-4. Duct type I Low silhouette & Built-in - Cooling only (AVMDC✳ / AVMBC✳ ) This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 399 -...
  • Page 401 Wiring Diagram I Low silhouette & Built-in - Heat pump (AVMDH✳ / AVMBH✳) This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 400 -...
  • Page 402 Wiring Diagram I High / Low pressure Duct (AVMHC✳ / AVMHH✳ / AVMLC✳ / AVMLH✳) This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 401 -...
  • Page 403 Wiring Diagram 10-1-5. Wall-mounted type(AVMWC✳ / AVMWH✳ ) This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 402 -...
  • Page 404 Wiring Diagram 10-1-6. Ceiling type(AVF✳) This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 403 -...
  • Page 405 Wiring Diagram 10-2. Outdoor unit 10-2-1. Cooling only I ✳✳050 / 060 / 072✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 404 -...
  • Page 406 Wiring Diagram I ✳✳070F✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 405 -...
  • Page 407 Wiring Diagram I ✳✳080 / 100✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 406 -...
  • Page 408 Wiring Diagram I ✳✳100F✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 407 -...
  • Page 409 Wiring Diagram 10-2-2. Heat pump I ✳✳050 / 060✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 408 -...
  • Page 410 Wiring Diagram I ✳✳080 / 100✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 409 -...
  • Page 411 Wiring Diagram I ✳✳100F✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 410 -...
  • Page 412 Wiring Diagram I RMAH140 / 160 / 180 / 200✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 411 -...
  • Page 413 Wiring Diagram I RMAH200 / 240 / 260 / 280 / 300✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 412 -...
  • Page 414 Wiring Diagram I RVMR100 ✳✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 413 -...
  • Page 415: Schematic Diagram

    Schematic Diagram 11-1. Indoor unit 11-1-1. 1-Way cassette type I AVMKC(H)✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 414 -...
  • Page 416 Schematic Diagram 11-1-2. 2-Way cassette type This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 415 -...
  • Page 417 Schematic Diagram 11-1-3. 4-Way cassette type I AVMCC(H)✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 416 -...
  • Page 418 Schematic Diagram 11-1-4. Duct type I AVMDC(H)✳ / AVMBC(H)✳ / AVML(H)C(H)✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 417 -...
  • Page 419 Schematic Diagram I AVMWC(H)052 / 072✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 418 -...
  • Page 420 Schematic Diagram Wiring Diagram 11-1-5. Wall-mounted type I AVMWC(H)020 / 032 / 040✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 419 -...
  • Page 421 Schematic Diagram 11-1-6. Floor Standing type I AVMPC(H)✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 420 -...
  • Page 422 Schematic Diagram 11-1-7. Ceiling type This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 421 -...
  • Page 423 Schematic Diagram 11-2. Outdoor unit 11-2-1. Cooling only I ✳✳060 / 070✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 422 -...
  • Page 424 Schematic Diagram 11-2. Outdoor unit 11-2-1. Cooling only I ✳✳050✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 423 -...
  • Page 425 Schematic Diagram 11-2-2. Heat pump I ✳✳050 / 060✳✳ ✳The specification of power and option may be different in accordance with the model. This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 424 -...
  • Page 426 Schematic Diagram I ✳✳080 / 100✳✳ ✳The specification of power and option may be different in accordance with the model. This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 425 -...
  • Page 427 Schematic Diagram I RMAH✳✳✳ ✳The specification of power and option may be different in accordance with the model. This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 426 -...
  • Page 428 Schematic Diagram Wiring Diagram I RVMR100✳✳✳ This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization. - 427 -...
  • Page 429 Memo - 428 -...
  • Page 430 ELECTRONICS © Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Dec. 2004. This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable Printed in Korea. International and/or domestic law. Code No. DB98-17816A(2)

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