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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Safety Precautions.............................................3
2. Specifications .....................................................5
3. Features ............................................................11
4.1
Indoor Unit..................................................12
4.2
Outdoor Unit ...............................................12
4.3
Remote Control ..........................................12
5. Dimensions .......................................................13
5.1
Indoor Unit..................................................13
5.2
Outdoor Unit ...............................................14
6. Refrigeration Cycle Diagram...........................15
7. Block Diagram ..................................................16
8. Wiring Connection Diagram............................17
8.1
Indoor Unit..................................................17
Indoor Unit
CS-CE9NKE
CS-CE12NKE
WARNING
PRECAUTION OF LOW TEMPERATURE
9. Electronic Circuit Diagram ..............................19
10. Printed Circuit Board .......................................21
11. Installation Instruction.....................................23
12. Operation and Control .....................................30
Outdoor Unit
CU-CE9NKE
CU-CE12NKE
8.2
Outdoor Unit ...............................................18
9.1
Indoor Unit..................................................19
9.2
Outdoor Unit ...............................................20
10.1
Indoor Unit..................................................21
10.2
Outdoor Unit ...............................................22
11.1
Select the Best Location ............................23
11.2
Indoor Unit..................................................24
11.3
Outdoor Unit ...............................................28
12.1
Basic Function............................................30
12.2
Indoor Fan Motor Operation.......................31
12.3
Outdoor Fan Motor Operation ....................32
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    7. Block Diagram ..........16 12.1 Basic Function..........30 12.2 Indoor Fan Motor Operation.......31 8. Wiring Connection Diagram......17 12.3 Outdoor Fan Motor Operation ....32 Indoor Unit..........17 © Panasonic Appliances Air-Conditioning (M) Sdn. Bhd. 2012. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.

  • Page 2

    12.4 Airflow Direction..........32 12.5 Timer Control..........33 12.6 Auto Restart Control ........34 12.7 Indication Panel ..........34 13. Protection Control..........35 13.1 Protection Control For All Operations..35 13.2 Protection Control For Cooling & Soft Dry Operation............37 13.3 Protection Control For Heating Operation............38 14. Servicing Mode ..........40 14.1 Auto OFF/ON Button ........40 14.2...

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    1. Safety Precautions Read the following “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS” carefully before perform any servicing. Electrical work must be installed or serviced by a licensed electrician. Be sure to use the correct rating of the power plug and main circuit for the model installed. The caution items stated here must be followed because these important contents are related to safety.

  • Page 4

    WARNING 19. During installation, install the refrigerant piping properly before run the compressor. (Operation of compressor without fixing refrigeration piping and valves at opened condition will cause suck-in of air, abnormal high pressure in refrigeration cycle and result in explosion, injury etc). 20.

  • Page 5: Specifications

    2. Specifications INDOOR CS-CE9NKE MODEL OUTDOOR CU-CE9NKE Performance Test Condition EUROVENT Phase, Hz Single, 50 Power Supply Min. Mid. Max. 0.85 2.50 3.00 Capacity BTU/h 2900 8530 10200 kcal/h 2150 2580 Running Current Input Power Annual Consumption 4.47 4.59 4.05 BTU/hW 15.26...

  • Page 6

    Type Cross-flow Fan Material ASG20K1 Motor Type Transistor (8-poles) Input Power Output Power Cool/Fan Heat Cool/Fan Speed Heat Cool/Fan 1090 Heat 1200 Type Propeller Fan Material Motor Type AC Type (6-poles) Input Power Output Power Cool Speed Heat Moisture Removal L/h (Pt/h) 1.5 (3.2) Cool/Fan m...

  • Page 7

    Material Polypropelene Air Filter Type One-touch Power Supply Indoor Power Supply Power Supply Cord Thermostat Electronic Control Protection Device Electronic Control Dry Bulb Wet Bulb Maximum Cooling Indoor Minimum Operation Maximum Range Heating Minimum Maximum Cooling Outdoor Minimum Operation Maximum Range Heating Minimum...

  • Page 8

    INDOOR CS-CE12NKE MODEL OUTDOOR CU-CE12NKE Performance Test Condition EUROVENT Phase, Hz Single, 50 Power Supply Min. Mid. Max. 0.85 3.50 4.00 Capacity BTU/h 2900 11900 13600 kcal/h 3010 3440 Running Current Input Power 1.16k Annual Consumption 4.36 3.68 3.45 BTU/hW 14.87 12.53 11.72...

  • Page 9

    Type Cross-flow Fan Material ASG20K1 Motor Type Transistor (8-poles) Input Power Output Power Cool/Fan Heat Cool/Fan 1020 Speed Heat 1140 Cool/Fan 1240 Heat 1280 Type Propeller Fan Material Motor Type AC Type (6-poles) Input Power Output Power Cool Speed Heat Moisture Removal L/h (Pt/h) 2.0 (4.2)

  • Page 10

    Material Polypropelene Air Filter Type One-touch Power Supply Indoor Power Supply Power Supply Cord Thermostat Electronic Control Protection Device Electronic Control Dry Bulb Wet Bulb Maximum Cooling Indoor Minimum Operation Maximum Range Heating Minimum Maximum Cooling Outdoor Minimum Operation Maximum Range Heating Minimum...

  • Page 11: Features

    Features Inverter Technology Wider output power range Energy saving More precise temperature control Environment Protection Non-ozone depletion substances refrigerant (R410A) Long Installation Piping Long piping up to 15 meters during single split connection only Easy to use remote control Quality Improvement Random auto restart after power failure for safety restart operation Gas leakage protection Prevent compressor reverse cycle...

  • Page 12: Location Of Controls And Components

    4. Location of Controls and Components Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit Remote Control...

  • Page 13: Dimensions

    5. Dimensions Indoor Unit...

  • Page 14: Outdoor Unit

    Outdoor Unit...

  • Page 15: Refrigeration Cycle Diagram

    6. Refrigeration Cycle Diagram...

  • Page 16: Block Diagram

    7. Block Diagram...

  • Page 17: Wiring Connection Diagram

    8. Wiring Connection Diagram Indoor Unit...

  • Page 18: Outdoor Unit

    Outdoor Unit...

  • Page 19: Electronic Circuit Diagram

    9. Electronic Circuit Diagram Indoor Unit...

  • Page 20: Outdoor Unit

    Outdoor Unit...

  • Page 21: Printed Circuit Board

    10. Printed Circuit Board 10.1 Indoor Unit 10.1.1 Main Printed Circuit Board 10.1.2 Indicator and Receiver Printed Circuit Board...

  • Page 22: Outdoor Unit

    10.2 Outdoor Unit...

  • Page 23: Installation Instruction

    11. Installation Instruction 11.1 Select the Best Location 11.1.3 Indoor/Outdoor Unit Installation Diagram 11.1.1 Indoor Unit Do not install the unit in excessive oil fume area such as kitchen, workshop and etc. There should not be any heat source or steam near the unit.

  • Page 24: Indoor Unit

    11.2 Indoor Unit 11.2.1 How to Fix Installation Plate 11.2.2 To Drill a Hole in the Wall and The mounting wall is strong and solid enough to Install a Sleeve of Piping prevent it from the vibration. Insert the piping sleeve to the hole. Fix the bushing to the sleeve.

  • Page 25

    11.2.3.1 For the right rear piping 11.2.3.2 For the right and right bottom piping 11.2.3.3 For the embedded piping (This can be used for left rear piping and bottom piping also.)

  • Page 26: Connect The Cable To The Indoor Unit

    11.2.4 Connect the Cable to the Indoor Unit The power supply cord, indoor and outdoor unit connection cable can be connected without removing the front grille. Install the indoor unit on the installing holder that mounted on the wall. Open the front panel and grille door by loosening the screw. Cable connection to the power supply through Isolating Devices (Disconnecting means).

  • Page 27

    Note: Isolating Devices (Disconnecting means) should have minimum 3.0 mm contact gap. Ensure the colour of wires of outdoor unit and the terminal Nos. are the same to the indoor’s respectively. Earth wire shall be Yellow/Green (Y/G) in colour and longer than other AC wires as shown in the figure for the electrical safety in case of the slipping out of the cord from the anchorage.

  • Page 28: Outdoor Unit

    11.3 Outdoor Unit 11.3.1 Install the Outdoor Unit After selecting the best location, start installation according to Indoor/Outdoor Unit Installation Diagram. Fix the unit on concrete or rigid frame firmly and horizontally by bolt nut (ø10 mm). When installing at roof, please consider strong wind and earthquake. Please fasten the installation stand firmly with bolt or nails.

  • Page 29: Connect The Cable To The Outdoor Unit

    Turn on the power switch of the vacuum pump and make sure that the needle in the gauge moves from 0 cmHg (0 MPa) to -76 cmHg (-0.1 MPa). Then evacuate the air approximately ten minutes. Close the Low side valve of the charging set and turn off the vacuum pump. Make sure that the needle in the gauge does not move after approximately five minutes.

  • Page 30: Operation And Control

    12. Operation and Control 12.1 Basic Function Inverter control, which equipped with a microcomputer in determining the most suitable operating mode as time passes, automatically adjusts output power for maximum comfort always. In order to achieve the suitable operating mode, the microcomputer maintains the set temperature by measuring the temperature of the environment and performing temperature shifting.

  • Page 31: Indoor Fan Motor Operation

    12.1.5 Automatic Operation This mode can be set using remote control and the operation is decided by remote control setting temperature, remote control operation mode and indoor intake air temperature. During operation mode judgment, indoor fan motor (with speed of Lo-) is running for 30 seconds to detect the indoor intake air temperature.

  • Page 32: Outdoor Fan Motor Operation

    ii. Auto Fan Speed [Cooling, Dry] According to room temperature and setting temperature, indoor fan speed is determined automatically. The indoor fan will operate according to pattern below. [Fan] Indoor fan speed is fixed at predetermined speed. [Heating] According to indoor pipe temperature, automatic heating fan speed is determined as follows. B.

  • Page 33: Timer Control

    12.4.1 Vertical Airflow Vane Angle (°) Operation Mode Airflow Direction Auto Heat Exchanger 43.8 Temperature Heating 21.2 Manual 21.2 32.5 43.8 Auto 10 ~ 40 Cooling and Fan Manual 17.5 32.5 Auto 10 ~ 40 Soft Dry Manual 17.5 32.5 Automatic vertical airflow direction can be set using remote control;...

  • Page 34: Auto Restart Control

    12.5.2 OFF Timer Control OFF timer 1 and OFF timer 2 can be set using remote control, the unit with timer set will stop operate at set time. 12.6 Auto Restart Control When the power supply is cut off during the operation of air conditioner, the compressor will re-operate within three to four minutes (there are 10 patterns between 2 minutes 58 seconds and 3 minutes 52 seconds to be selected randomly) after power supply resumes.

  • Page 35: Protection Control

    13. Protection Control 13.1 Protection Control For All Operations 13.1.1 Restart Control (Time Delay Safety Control) The Compressor will not turn on within 3 minutes from the moment operation stops, although the unit is turned on again by pressing OFF/ON button at remote control within this period. This control is not applicable if the power supply is cut off and on again.

  • Page 36

    13.1.4 Compressor Overheating Prevention Control Instructed frequency for compressor operation will be regulated by compressor discharge temperature. The changes of frequency are as below. If compressor discharge temperature exceeds 103°C, compressor will be stopped, occurs 4 times per 20 minutes, timer LED will be blinking.

  • Page 37: Protection Control For Cooling & Soft Dry Operation

    13.2 Protection Control For Cooling & Soft Dry Operation 13.2.1 Outdoor Air Temperature Control The compressor operating frequency is regulated in accordance to the outdoor air temperature as shown in the diagram below. This control will begin 1 minute after the compressor starts. Compressor frequency will adjust base on outdoor air temperature.

  • Page 38: Protection Control For Heating Operation

    13.2.6 Dew Prevention Control 2 To prevent dew formation at indoor unit discharge area. This control starts if all conditions continue for 20 minutes: Operated with Cooling or Soft Dry Mode. Indoor intake temperature is between 25°C and 29°C. Outdoor air temperature is less than 30°C. This control stopped if: When receive air swing change signal from Remote Control.

  • Page 39

    13.3.4 Compressor Oil Return Control When compressor starts, the compressor will be regulated for 240 seconds. 13.3.5 Cold Draught Prevention Control When indoor pipe temperature is low, cold draught operation starts where indoor fan speed will be reduced. 13.3.6 Deice Operation When outdoor pipe temperature and outdoor air temperature is low, deice operation start where indoor fan motor and outdoor fan motor stop and the operation LED deice indicator ON during this operation.

  • Page 40: Servicing Mode

    14. Servicing Mode 14.1 Auto OFF/ON Button AUTO OPERATION MODE The Auto operation will be activated immediately once the Auto OFF/ON button is pressed. This operation can be used to operate air conditioner with limited function if remote control is misplaced or malfunction. TEST RUN OPERATION (FOR PUMP DOWN/SERVICING PURPOSE) The Test Run operation will be activated if the Auto OFF/ON button is pressed continuously for more than 5 seconds.

  • Page 41: Remote Control Button

    REMOTE CONTROL RECEIVING SOUND OFF/ON MODE The Remote Control Receiving Sound OFF/ON Mode will be activated if the Auto OFF/ON button is pressed continuously for more than 16 seconds (4 “beep” sounds will occur at 16th seconds to identify the Remote Control Receiving Sound Off/On Mode is in standby condition) and press “AC Reset”...

  • Page 42: Troubleshooting Guide

    15. Troubleshooting Guide 15.1 Refrigeration Cycle System In order to diagnose malfunctions, make sure that there are no Normal Pressure and Outlet Air Temperature (Standard) electrical problems before inspecting the refrigeration cycle. Gas pressure Outlet air Such problems include insufficient insulation, problem with the MPa (kg/cm temperature (°C) power source, malfunction of a compressor and a fan.

  • Page 43

    15.1.1 Relationship between the condition of the air conditioner and pressure and electric current Cooling Mode Heating Mode Condition of the Electric current Electric current air conditioner Low Pressure High Pressure Low Pressure High Pressure during operation during operation Insufficient refrigerant (gas leakage) Clogged capillary tube or strainer...

  • Page 44: Breakdown Self Diagnosis Function

    15.2 Breakdown Self Diagnosis Function 15.2.1 Self Diagnosis Function (Three Digits Alphanumeric Code) Every press of the button (up or down) will Once abnormality has occurred during operation, increase abnormality numbers and transmit the unit will stop its operation, and Timer LED abnormality code signal to the main unit.

  • Page 45: Error Codes Table

    15.3 Error Codes Table...

  • Page 47: Self-diagnosis Method

    15.4 Self-diagnosis Method 15.4.1 H11 (Indoor/Outdoor Abnormal Communication) Malfunction Decision Conditions During startup and operation of cooling and heating, the data received from outdoor unit in indoor unit signal transmission is checked whether it is normal. Malfunction Caused Faulty indoor unit PCB. Faulty outdoor unit PCB.

  • Page 48

    15.4.2 H14 (Indoor Intake Air Temperature Sensor Abnormality) Malfunction Decision Conditions During startup and operation of cooling and heating, the temperatures detected by the indoor intake air temperature sensor are used to determine sensor errors. Malfunction Caused Faulty connector connection. Faulty sensor.

  • Page 49

    15.4.3 H15 (Compressor Temperature Sensor Abnormality) Malfunction Decision Conditions During startup and operation of cooling and heating, the temperatures detected by the outdoor compressor temperature sensor are used to determine sensor errors. Malfunction Caused Faulty connector connection. Faulty sensor. Faulty PCB. Troubleshooting...

  • Page 50

    15.4.4 H16 (Outdoor Current Transformer Open Circuit) Malfunction Decision Conditions A current transformer (CT) is detected by checking the compressor running frequency (≥ rated frequency) and CT detected input current (less than 0.65A) for continuously 20 seconds. Malfunction Caused CT defective Outdoor PCB defective Compressor defective (low compression) Troubleshooting...

  • Page 51

    15.4.5 H19 (Indoor Fan Motor – DC Motor Mechanism Locked) Malfunction Decision Conditions The rotation speed detected by the Hall IC during fan motor operation is used to determine abnormal fan motor (feedback of rotation > 2550rpm or < 50rpm) Malfunction Caused Operation stops due to short circuit inside the fan motor winding.

  • Page 52

    15.4.6 H23 (Indoor Pipe Temperature Sensor Abnormality) Malfunction Decision Conditions During startup and operation of cooling and heating, the temperatures detected by the indoor heat exchanger temperature sensor are used to determine sensor errors. Malfunction Caused Faulty connector connection. Faulty sensor. Faulty PCB.

  • Page 53

    15.4.7 H27 (Outdoor Air Temperature Sensor Abnormality) Malfunction Decision Conditions During startup and operation of cooling and heating, the temperatures detected by the outdoor air temperature sensor are used to determine sensor errors. Malfunction Caused Faulty connector connection. Faulty sensor. Faulty PCB.

  • Page 54

    15.4.8 H28 (Outdoor Pipe Temperature Sensor Abnormality) Malfunction Decision Conditions During startup and operation of cooling and heating, the temperatures detected by the outdoor pipe temperature sensor are used to determine sensor errors. Malfunction Caused Faulty connector connection. Faulty sensor. Faulty PCB.

  • Page 55

    15.4.9 H30 (Compressor Discharge Temperature Sensor Abnormality) Malfunction Decision Conditions During startup and operation of cooling and heating, the temperatures detected by the outdoor discharge pipe temperature sensor are used to determine sensor errors. Malfunction Caused Faulty connector connection. Faulty sensor. Faulty PCB.

  • Page 56

    15.4.10 H33 (Unspecified Voltage between Indoor and Outdoor) Malfunction Decision Conditions The supply power is detected for its requirement by the indoor/outdoor transmission. Malfunction Caused Wrong models interconnected. Wrong indoor unit and outdoor unit PCBs used. Indoor unit or outdoor unit PCB defective. Troubleshooting...

  • Page 57

    15.4.11 H97 (Outdoor Fan Motor – DC Motor Mechanism Locked) Malfunction Decision Conditions The rotation speed detected by the Hall IC during fan motor operation is used to determine abnormal fan motor. Malfunction Caused Operation stops due to short circuit inside the fan motor winding. Operation stops due to breaking of wire inside the fan motor.

  • Page 58

    15.4.12 H98 (Indoor High Pressure Protection) Error Code will not display (no Timer LED blinking) but store in EEPROM Malfunction Decision Conditions During heating operation, the temperature detected by the indoor pipe temperature sensor is above 60°C. Malfunction Caused Air short circuit at indoor unit Clogged indoor unit air filter Dust accumulation on the indoor unit heat exchanger 2/3 way valve closed...

  • Page 59

    15.4.13 H99 (Indoor Freeze Prevention Protection: Cooling or Soft Dry) Error Code will not display (no Timer LED blinking) but store in EEPROM Malfunction Decision Conditions Freeze prevention control takes place (when indoor pipe temperature is lower than 2°C) Malfunction Caused Air short circuit at indoor unit Clogged indoor unit air filter Dust accumulation on the indoor unit heat exchanger...

  • Page 60

    15.4.14 F11 (4-way valve Abnormality) Malfunction Decision Conditions When heating operation, when indoor pipe temperature is below 10°C When cooling operation, when indoor pipe temperature is above 45°C Malfunction Caused Connector in poor contact Faulty sensor Faulty outdoor unit PCB 4-way valve defective Troubleshooting...

  • Page 61

    15.4.15 F90 (Power Factor Correction Protection) Malfunction Decision Conditions During startup and operation of cooling and heating, when Power Factor Correction (PFC) protection circuitry at the outdoor unit main PCB senses abnormal high DC voltage level. Malfunction Caused DC voltage peak due to power supply surge. DC voltage peak due to compressor windings not uniform.

  • Page 62

    15.4.16 F91 (Refrigeration Cycle Abnormality) Malfunction Decision Conditions During cooling, compressor frequency = Fcmax. During heating, compressor frequency > Fhrated. During cooling and heating operation, running current: 0.65A < I < 1.65A. During cooling, indoor intake - indoor pipe < 4°C During heating, indoor pipe - indoor intake <...

  • Page 63

    15.4.17 F93 (Compressor Rotation Failure) Malfunction Decision Conditions A compressor rotation failure is detected by checking the compressor running condition through the position detection circuit. Malfunction Caused Compressor terminal disconnect Faulty Outdoor PCB Faulty compressor Troubleshooting...

  • Page 64

    15.4.18 F95 (Cooling High Pressure Abnormality) Malfunction Decision Conditions During operation of cooling, when outdoor unit heat exchanger high temperature data (61°C) is detected by the outdoor pipe temperature sensor. Malfunction Caused Air short circuit at indoor unit Dust accumulation on the indoor unit heat exchanger 2/3 way valve closed Faulty outdoor unit fan motor Excessive refrigerant...

  • Page 65

    15.4.19 F96 (IPM Overheating) Malfunction Decision Conditions During operating of cooling and heating, when IPM temperature data (100°C) is detected by the IPM temperature sensor. Multi models only Compressor Overheating: During operation of cooling and heating, when the compressor OL is activated. Heat Sink Overheating: During operation of cooling and heating, when heat sink temperature data (90°C) is detected by the heat sink temperature sensor.

  • Page 66

    15.4.20 F97 (Compressor Overheating) Malfunction Decision Conditions During operation of cooling and heating, when compressor tank temperature data (112°C) is detected by the compressor tank temperature sensor. Malfunction Caused Faulty compressor tank temperature sensor 2/3 way valve closed Refrigerant shortage (refrigerant leakage) Faulty outdoor unit PCB Faulty compressor Troubleshooting...

  • Page 67

    15.4.21 F98 (Input Over Current Detection) Malfunction Decision Conditions During operation of cooling and heating, when an input over-current (X value in Total Running Current Control) is detected by checking the input current value being detected by current transformer (CT) with the compressor running.

  • Page 68: Troubleshooting

    15.4.22 F99 (Output Over Current Detection) Malfunction Decision Conditions During operation of cooling and heating, when an output over-current (DC peak current value at IPM Prevention Control) is detected by checking the current that flows in the inverter DC peak sensing circuitry. Malfunction Caused Faulty outdoor unit PCB Faulty compressor...

  • Page 69: Disassembly And Assembly Instructions

    16. Disassembly and Assembly Instructions WARNING High voltages are generated in the electrical parts area by the capacitor. Ensure that the capacitor has discharged sufficiently before proceeding with repair work. Failure to heed this caution may result in electric shocks. 16.1 Indoor Electronic Controllers, Cross Flow Fan and Indoor Fan Motor Removal Procedures 16.1.1...

  • Page 70

    Figure 3 Figure 4 16.1.3 To remove discharge grille 10. Pull out to remove the drain hose from the discharge grille 11. Then pull the discharge grille downward gently to dismantle it Figure 5...

  • Page 71: To Remove Cross Flow Fan And Indoor Fan Motor

    16.1.4 To remove control board 12. Remove 4 screws holding the control board then pull out the control board. Figure 6 16.1.5 To remove cross flow fan and indoor fan motor 13. Remove the screw that holding the cross flow fan and fan motor axis.

  • Page 72

    16. Push the holdfast to the left and lift up the evaporator. Evaporator 17. Remove the cross flow fan from the unit by 18. Fan motor can be removed after the pulling it to the left and downward. removal of cross flow fan. Reminder: To reinstall the fan motor, adjust the fan motor connector to 45°...

  • Page 73: Outdoor Electronic Controller Removal Procedure

    16.2 Outdoor Electronic Controller Removal Procedure Caution! When handling electronic controller, be careful of electrostatic discharge. Remove the 5 screws of the Top Panel. Remove the Control Board as follows: Fig.4 Fig.1 Remove the 8 screws of the Front Panel. Fig.2 Fig.5 Remove the screw of the Terminal Board...

  • Page 74: Technical Data

    17. Technical Data 17.1 Operation Characteristics 17.1.1 CU-CE9NKE...

  • Page 78

    17.1.2 CU-CE12NKE...

  • Page 82: Sensible Capacity Chart

    17.2 Sensible Capacity Chart CU-CE9NKE Outdoor Temp. (°C) 230V Indoor wet bulb temp. 17.0°C 2.48 1.88 0.50 2.32 1.80 0.54 2.16 1.73 0.57 1.96 1.65 0.62 19.0°C 2.50 0.55 19.5°C 2.72 1.97 0.51 2.55 1.89 0.55 2.37 1.82 0.59 2.15 1.73 0.63 22.0°C...

  • Page 83: Exploded View And Replacement Parts List

    18. Exploded View and Replacement Parts List 18.1 Indoor Unit Note The above exploded view is for the purpose of parts disassembly and replacement. The non-numbered parts are not kept as standard service parts.

  • Page 84

    REF. NO. PART NAME & DESCRIPTION QTY. CS-CE9NKE CS-CE12NKE REMARK CHASSIS COMPLETE CWD50C1653 ← FAN MOTOR ARW6101CB ← CROSS-FLOW FAN COMPLETE CWH02C1076 ← BEARING ASSY CWH64K007 ← SCREW - CROSS-FLOW FAN CWH551146 ← EVAPORATOR CWB30C3097 CWB30C4153 FLARE NUT (LIQUID) CWT251030 ←...

  • Page 85

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION CWF615529 ← INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION CWF615530 ← (Note) All parts are supplied from PAPAMY, Malaysia (Vendor Code: 00029488). “O” marked parts are recommended to be kept in stock.

  • Page 86: Outdoor Unit

    18.2 Outdoor Unit Note The above exploded view is for the purpose of parts disassembly and replacement. The non-numbered parts are not kept as standard service parts.

  • Page 87

    REF. NO. PART NAME & DESCRIPTION QTY. CU-CE9NKE CU-CE12NKE REMARK CHASSIS ASSY CWD52K1310 ← SOUND PROOF MATERIAL CWG302742 ← FAN MOTOR BRACKET CWD541167 ← SCREW - FAN MOTOR BRACKET CWH551217 ← FAN MOTOR CWA951853 CWA951854 SCREW - FAN MOTOR MOUNT CWH55252J ←...

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