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AIR PURIFIER
SERVICE MANUAL
MA-E100R-E
Model
CONTENTS
Full Version Instruction Manual ...................................................................2
1. Safety Precautions .................................................................................3
2. Names and Functions of Parts ...............................................................4
3. Features .................................................................................................5
4. Product Specifications ............................................................................6
5. External Dimensions ..............................................................................7
6. Electrical Wiring Diagram .....................................................................10
7. Control Outline .....................................................................................12
8. Technical Points ...................................................................................15
9. Installation Procedures .........................................................................16
10. Precautions for Troubleshooting ...........................................................17
11. Troubleshooting Procedures ................................................................18
12. Troubleshooting ....................................................................................24
13. Routine Inspection and Maintenance ...................................................25
14. Service Inspection List .........................................................................27
15. Precautions for Disassembly and Reassembly ....................................28
16. Disassembly and Reassembly .............................................................30
17. Parts Catalog ........................................................................................41
2020
No.MAW-E-20020
Sold from 2020

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Summary of Contents for Mitsubishi Electric MA-E100R-E

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    2020 AIR PURIFIER SERVICE MANUAL No.MAW-E-20020 MA-E100R-E Model Sold from 2020 CONTENTS Full Version Instruction Manual ..............2 1. Safety Precautions .................3 2. Names and Functions of Parts ...............4 3. Features ....................5 4. Product Specifications ................6 5. External Dimensions ................7 6. Electrical Wiring Diagram ..............10 7.
  • Page 2: Full Version Instruction Manual

    Full Version Instruction Manual This product includes the brief version of the instruction manual. The full version of the instruction manual can be downloaded from the website below. Manual Download http://www.mitsubishielectric.com/ldg/ibim/ EN This manual is brief version. Go to the above website and choose language to download full version INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
  • Page 5: Features

    3 . Features Note: This page is extracted from the full version instruction manual. Features Human Sensing and Automatic Rotation Ensure that the Air Around People and All Over the Room is Purified. The Air Purifier Actively Purifies Air by Moving Itself. z Human Sensing z PM2.5 Sensor P.12–13...
  • Page 6: Product Specifications

    4. Product Specifications Note: This page is extracted from the full version instruction manual. Specifications MA-E100R-E Model Power supply 220-240 V AC, 50 Hz Manual operation High Middle Power consumption 82 W 19 W Air volume 600 m 300 m 84 m Weight 13.4 kg...
  • Page 7: External Dimensions

    5. External Dimensions (Unit: mm) 270 mm 320 mm...
  • Page 8 (Unit: mm) 49.1 128.1...
  • Page 9 (Unit: mm) 81.5 81.5 666.6 29.6 383.7 59 55.5 21.7 21.5...
  • Page 10: Electrical Wiring Diagram

    6. Electrical Wiring Diagram (1) Wiring Diagram P207 P208 Louver P111 LED circuit board Louver White P211 Human sensing unit Blue Display operation circuit board Relay Stepping motor for P105 P203 connector human sensing unit Yellow Blue Dust P103 P104 sensor P120 P003...
  • Page 12: Control Outline

    7. Control Outline (1) Function Operation List Operation status Automatic operation Manual operation Operation OFF Night Normal High Blower fan A and B Stops at the Stops at the Automatic rotation turntable Moves and stops repeatedly center center Stops at the Stops at the Human sensing unit Moves and stops repeatedly...
  • Page 13 (3) Operation Control „ Automatic operation (Normal and Night) 1 Normal • The amount of air flow is changed in accordance with the level of odor, PM2.5, and dust contamination. • The direction of air flow is changed in accordance with the position of people in the room. 2 Night • A fan rank lower than the standard blower fan rank is set because priority is given to silent operation. • The LED lighting time is set to 1/2 and the brightness of each lamp is restricted. •...
  • Page 14 (7) Hotel Mode (No description in the instruction manual) 1 Hotel Mode Specifications 1. Main power link The last operation is remembered when the power is turned OFF and operation is performed in the remembered operation mode when the power is turned back ON. Example: The last set operation mode is remembered so if “Normal”...
  • Page 16: Installation Procedures

    Note: This page is extracted from the full version instruction manual. 9. Installation Procedures Installation Before Installation Odor sensor (inside inlet panel) The air inlet, outlet, PM2.5 Sensor, and odor sensor are located as shown in the figure on the right. Take care regarding the following points.
  • Page 17: Precautions For Troubleshooting

    10. Precautions for Troubleshooting The following precautions should be observed in order to perform troubleshooting safely and correctly. The following categories describe hazards caused by mishandling and their levels. Mishandling may result in fatal or serious injury, or fire. WARNING Mishandling may result in injuries or damage to your home or property, etc. CAUTION Meanings of graphic symbols are explained below.
  • Page 18: Troubleshooting Procedures

    11 . Troubleshooting Procedures (1) Symptoms and Remedies Symptom Check Item Remedy 1. Blower fan Check the continuity of the current fuse. Is an operation mode lamp (motor) does not lit when you press the rotate (power The current fuse has blown. operation switch? does not turn Replace the power supply control circuit board.
  • Page 19 (2) Test Modes „ Error History Check Mode 1 Starting procedure A. When the power switch is OFF, press the “Manual” switch and “Auto” switch 3 times simultaneously. B. Turn ON the power switch within 2 seconds. C. After the error history check mode starts up, select a mode using the “Manual” switch. D. The mode changes as 0 → 1 → 2 → 3 → 4 ... 7 → 0, and it is indicated with LEDs.
  • Page 23 „ PM2.5 and Dust Count Mode 1 Starting procedure A. When the power switch is OFF, press the “Manual” switch and “Auto” switch 7 times simultaneously. B. Turn ON the power switch within 2 seconds. C. Turn OFF the power switch to end the PM2.5 and dust count mode. a.
  • Page 27: Service Inspection List

    14. Service Inspection List (1) Check List after Completing Repairs After completing repairs, check the following items to confirm that no further repairs are required. Check item Checked Were appropriate tools used? Were parts listed in the parts catalog used? Are wiring routes, connections, and clamping correct? No wiring problems, such as pinching, damage, or intermediate connections? No power cable problems, such as deterioration, damage, or intermediate connections? No looseness or damage in the power plug? Are all connectors and metal terminals fully inserted?
  • Page 28: Precautions For Disassembly And Reassembly

    15. Precations for Disassembly and Reassembly The following precautions should be observed in order to perform disassembly and reassembly safely and correctly. The following categories describe hazards caused by mishandling and their levels. Mishandling may result in fatal or serious injury, or fire. WARNING Mishandling may result in injuries or damage to your home or property, etc. CAUTION Meanings of graphic symbols are explained below.
  • Page 29 CAUTION Wear protective gloves. Keep children away. Failure to do so may result in injuries Failure to do so may cause electric by the edge of metal, electric shock, shock and/or injuries when moving the Wear gloves Keep away and/or burns caused by contact with product or using a measuring device.
  • Page 30: Disassembly And Reassembly

    16. Disassembly and Reassembly (1) Removing the Inlet Panel and Two Pre-filters 1 Pull the inlet panel toward you while pressing the left and right levers at the bottom. Move the inlet panel upward and then unhook it from the two tabs on the upper part. → (Removing the Inlet Panel) Inlet panel Lever...
  • Page 31 (2) Removing and Replacing the HEPA Filter and Two Activated Charcoal Filters 1 Remove the inlet panel and two pre-filters. → (See “(1) Removing the Inlet Panel and Two Pre-filters”.) 2 Hold the tag on the upper part of the HEPA filter and remove it. → (Removing and Replacing the HEPA Filter) HEPA filter 3 Hold the knob on the upper part of the two activated charcoal filters and remove them.
  • Page 32 (3) Removing the Case R, Case L, and Rear Case Case R Case L 1 Remove the inlet panel and two pre- filters. → (See “(1) Removing the Inlet Case R Panel and Two Pre-filters”.) Case L mounting mounting screw screw 2 Remove the HEPA filter and two activated charcoal filters. → (See “(2) Removing and Replacing the HEPA Filter and Two Activated Charcoal Filters”.) 3 Remove the four case R/case L...
  • Page 33 (4) Removing and Replacing the Dust Sensor Circuit Board 1 Remove the case R, case L, and rear case. → (See “(3) Removing the Case R, Case L, and Rear Case”.) Dust sensor circuit board mounting screw (Just one screw near the rear 2 Remove the dust sensor circuit board of the main unit is used.) mounting screw at the lower part of the right side of the main unit, and then...
  • Page 34 (6) Removing the Front Case 1 Remove the case R, case L, and rear case. → (See “(3) Removing the Case R, Case L, and Rear Case”.) 2 Remove the dust sensor circuit board. → (See “(4) Removing and Replacing the Dust Sensor Circuit Board”.) Display operation panel 3 Remove the power supply control circuit board.
  • Page 35 (8) Removing and Replacing the Human Sensing Unit Motor Assembly and Human Sensing Unit Human sensing unit motor assembly mounting screw 1 Remove the display operation circuit board. → (See “(7) Removing and Replacing the Display Operation Circuit Board”.) 2 Remove the two human sensing unit motor assembly mounting screws, and then pull out the human sensing unit motor assembly upward to remove it.
  • Page 36 (11) Removing the Top Panel 1 Remove the two louver motor assemblies. Top panel → (See “(10) Removing and Replacing Two Louver Motor Assemblies”.) 2 Remove the top panel from the two left tabs and two right tabs mounting it. → (Removing the Top Panel) Top panel (12) Removing and Replacing the LED Circuit Board 1 Remove the top panel.
  • Page 37 (13) Removing and Replacing Two Fans and Two Blower Motors 1 Remove the front case. Washer B Fan case → (See “(6) Removing the Front Case”.) 2 Remove the nut and washer B from the fan case, and then remove the fan and washer A. Remove the upper and lower fans, nuts, and washers via the same procedure.
  • Page 38 (14) Removing the Turntable 1 Remove the two fans and two blower Clip mounting screw motors. → (See “(13) Removing and Replacing Two Fans and Two Blower Motors”.) Turntable Turntable mounting mounting screw screw 2 Remove the six turntable mounting screws (two screws in three places) and the clip mounting screw at the center, and then pull out the clip to remove it.
  • Page 39 (15) Removing and Replacing the Power Cord Joint 1 Remove the turntable. → (See “(14) Removing the Turntable”.) Turntable 2 Remove the power cord from the joint of the turntable, and then pull out the power cord from the turntable and bottom panel to remove it.
  • Page 40 (17) Removing and Replacing the Gear Motor 1 Remove the turntable. Back of turntable → (See “(14) Removing the Turntable”.) 2 Remove the two bracket mounting screws from the back of the turntable, and then pull Bracket out the gear to remove it. mounting * When mounting the gear, align the the screw...
  • Page 41: Parts Catalog

    17. Parts Catalog MA-E100R-E Model Structural Disassembly Diagram (1) SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M (3)- D SCW-TPFZR 3X 8M SCW-TPFZR 4X 8M SCW-TBFZR SCW-TPFZR 4X 12M 4X 8M SCW-TPFZR 4X 8M SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M (2)- B SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M...
  • Page 42 MA-E100R-E Model Parts List (1) Notes: 1. Circled reference numbers indicate performance parts. parts are the newly-adopted parts for this model. Parts compatible with other models are listed with their main model names (including models from other countries). 3. Those parts that are marked by are of critical importance for sustaining safety and performance.
  • Page 43 MA-E100R-E Model Structural Disassembly Diagram (2) SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M (3)- F (1)- B SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M (3)- E (1)- C SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M SCW-MPFZR M4X 12-TORX SCW-MPFZR M4X 12-TORX...
  • Page 44 MA-E100R-E Model Parts List (2) Notes: 1. Circled reference numbers indicate performance parts. parts are the newly-adopted parts for this model. Parts compatible with other models are listed with their main model names (including models from other countries). 3. Those parts that are marked by are of critical importance for sustaining safety and performance.
  • Page 45 MA-E100R-E Model Structural Disassembly Diagram (3) SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M (1)- D SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M (2)- F (2)- E SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M...
  • Page 46 MA-E100R-E Model Parts List (3) Notes: 1. Circled reference numbers indicate performance parts. parts are the newly-adopted parts for this model. Parts compatible with other models are listed with their main model names (including models from other countries). 3. Those parts that are marked by are of critical importance for sustaining safety and performance.
  • Page 47 MA-E100R-E Model Structural Disassembly Diagram (4) SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M SCW-TPFZR 4X 18M SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M SCW-TBFZR SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M 4X 12M SCW-MPFZR M4X 12-TORX SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M SCW-TBFZR 4X 12M...
  • Page 48 MA-E100R-E Model Parts List (4) Notes: 1. Circled reference numbers indicate performance parts. parts are the newly-adopted parts for this model. Parts compatible with other models are listed with their main model names (including models from other countries). 3. Those parts that are marked by are of critical importance for sustaining safety and performance.