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Daikin FTKS71FV1B Service Manual

Daikin FTKS71FV1B Service Manual (355 pages)

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Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 15.37 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Cautions6................................................................................................................................................................
Part 1 List Of Functions12................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Functions13................................................................................................................................................................
Heat Pump Models18................................................................................................................................................................
Part 2 Specifications24................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications25................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Units - Cooling Only34................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Units - Heat Pump35................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Units - Heat Pump46................................................................................................................................................................
Part 3 Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram48................................................................................................................................................................
Printed Circuit Board Connector Wiring Diagram49................................................................................................................................................................
Duct Connected Type58................................................................................................................................................................
Floor / Ceiling Suspended Dual Type60................................................................................................................................................................
Floor Standing Type63................................................................................................................................................................
Ceiling Suspended Type65................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Units67................................................................................................................................................................
Part 4 Function And Control70................................................................................................................................................................
Main Functions71................................................................................................................................................................
Power-airflow Dual Flaps, Wide Angle Louvers And Auto-swing73................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Starting Control75................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Speed Control For Indoor Units76................................................................................................................................................................
Programme Dry Function77................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Operation78................................................................................................................................................................
Thermostat Control79................................................................................................................................................................
Night Set Mode80................................................................................................................................................................
Econo Mode81................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Eye (wall Mounted Type Only)82................................................................................................................................................................
Home Leave Operation84................................................................................................................................................................
Inverter Powerful Operation85................................................................................................................................................................
Other Functions86................................................................................................................................................................
Function Of Main Structural Parts88................................................................................................................................................................
Function Of Thermistor89................................................................................................................................................................
Cooling Only Model91................................................................................................................................................................
Control Specification93................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Control94................................................................................................................................................................
Controls At Mode Changing / Start-up97................................................................................................................................................................
Compressor Protection Function98................................................................................................................................................................
Discharge Pipe Control99................................................................................................................................................................
Freeze-up Protection Control100................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Control101................................................................................................................................................................
Defrost Control102................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Expansion Valve Control103................................................................................................................................................................
Malfunctions107................................................................................................................................................................
Forced Operation Mode108................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring-error Check109................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Function111................................................................................................................................................................
Part 5 Operation Manual114................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration115................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction116................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions117................................................................................................................................................................
Fvxs Series192................................................................................................................................................................
Air Flow Selection203................................................................................................................................................................
Fhq Series223................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Setting229................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Speed Control229................................................................................................................................................................
Part 6 Service Diagnosis236................................................................................................................................................................
Caution For Diagnosis237................................................................................................................................................................
Problem Symptoms And Measures239................................................................................................................................................................
Service Check Function240................................................................................................................................................................
Check Method 2242................................................................................................................................................................
Code Indication On The Remote Control244................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting245................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit Pcb Abnormality247................................................................................................................................................................
Freeze-up Protection Control Or High Pressure Control248................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Motor Or Related Abnormality250................................................................................................................................................................
Thermistor Or Related Abnormality (indoor Unit)253................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel Open / Close Fault254................................................................................................................................................................
Signal Transmission Error (between Indoor And Outdoor Unit)255................................................................................................................................................................
Unspecified Voltage (between Indoor And Outdoor Units)257................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit Pcb Abnormality260................................................................................................................................................................
Ol Activation (compressor Overload)261................................................................................................................................................................
Compressor Lock262................................................................................................................................................................
Dc Fan Lock263................................................................................................................................................................
Input Over Current Detection264................................................................................................................................................................
Discharge Pipe Temperature Control266................................................................................................................................................................
High Pressure Control In Cooling267................................................................................................................................................................
Compressor Sensor System Abnormality269................................................................................................................................................................
Position Sensor Abnormality271................................................................................................................................................................
Ct Or Related Abnormality272................................................................................................................................................................
Thermistor Or Related Abnormality (outdoor Unit)274................................................................................................................................................................
Sienbe12275................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Box Temperature Rise276................................................................................................................................................................
Radiation Fin Temperature Rise278................................................................................................................................................................
Output Over Current Detection280................................................................................................................................................................
Insufficient Gas282................................................................................................................................................................
Low-voltage Detection Or Over-voltage Detection284................................................................................................................................................................
Signal Transmission Error (on Outdoor Unit Pcb)285................................................................................................................................................................
Check287................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic Expansion Valve Check288................................................................................................................................................................
Four Way Valve Performance Check289................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Condition Check291................................................................................................................................................................
Discharge Pressure Check292................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply Waveforms Check293................................................................................................................................................................
Capacitor Voltage Check294................................................................................................................................................................
Power Transistor Check294................................................................................................................................................................
Main Circuit Electrolytic Capacitor Check295................................................................................................................................................................
Hall Ic Check296................................................................................................................................................................
Part 7 Removal Procedure298................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit299................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of The Electrical Box303................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of The Pcb311................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of The Propeller Fan / Fan Motor317................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of The Sound Blanket319................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of Electronic Expansion Valve Coil Four Way Valve Coil And Thermistor323................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of The Distributor326................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of The Four Way Valve327................................................................................................................................................................
Removal Of The Compressor328................................................................................................................................................................
Part 8 Others330................................................................................................................................................................
Others331................................................................................................................................................................
Jumper Settings332................................................................................................................................................................
Part 9 Appendix334................................................................................................................................................................
Piping Diagrams335................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Diagrams342................................................................................................................................................................

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Daikin FTKS71FV1B Operation Manual

Daikin FTKS71FV1B Operation Manual (34 pages)

Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 2.88 MB
Table of contents
Operation Manual1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Site4................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Work4................................................................................................................................................................
Names Of Parts5................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit6................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit6................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Controller7................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation Before Operation8................................................................................................................................................................
Operation8................................................................................................................................................................
To Change The Air Flow Rate Setting12................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Air Flow Direction13................................................................................................................................................................
Powerful Operation15................................................................................................................................................................
Outdoor Unit Quiet Operation16................................................................................................................................................................
Home Leave Operation17................................................................................................................................................................
Intelligent Eye Operation19................................................................................................................................................................
Timer Operation21................................................................................................................................................................
Note For Multi System23................................................................................................................................................................
Care And Cleaning25................................................................................................................................................................
Air Filter26................................................................................................................................................................
Before A Long Idle Period27................................................................................................................................................................
Trouble Shooting28................................................................................................................................................................
Check Again29................................................................................................................................................................
Call The Service Shop Immediately30................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Requirements30................................................................................................................................................................

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Daikin FTKS71FV1B Installation Manual

Daikin FTKS71FV1B Installation Manual (14 pages)

Brand: Daikin | Category: Air Conditioner | Size: 1.41 MB
Table of contents
Safety Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit4................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Remote Controller4................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Tips4................................................................................................................................................................
How To Set The Different Addresses5................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit Installation Drawings6................................................................................................................................................................
Indoor Unit Installation7................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Indoor Unit8................................................................................................................................................................
Left-side, Left-back, Or Left-bottom Piping9................................................................................................................................................................
Wall Embedded Piping9................................................................................................................................................................
Drain Piping11................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping Work11................................................................................................................................................................
Refrigerant Piping12................................................................................................................................................................

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