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LG Room Air Conditioner


SERVICE MANUAL
MODELS: ASNW096F1G0 ASNW096FE/V/GG0 ASUW096FUG0 ASNW126F1G0 ASNW126FE/V/GG0 ASUW126FUG0

CAUTION
BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL. ONLY FOR AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

Air Conditioner Service Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS
LG Model Name.................................................................................................................................3 Safety Precautions ...........................................................................................................................4 Dimensions .....................................................................................................................................10 Installation.......................................................................................................................................12 Flaring work and connection of piping.........................................................................................15 Checking the drainage and forming the pipings .........................................................................18 Air purging ......................................................................................................................................19 Test running ....................................................................................................................................22 Functions.........................................................................................................................................23 Operation.........................................................................................................................................27 Disassembly....................................................................................................................................40 Troubleshooting Guide ..................................................................................................................42 Schematic Diagram ........................................................................................................................62 Product Specifications ..................................................................................................................68 Exploded View ................................................................................................................................69 Replacement Parts List ..................................................................................................................71

2 Room Air Conditioner

LG Model Name

LG Model Name
2006
1
Code 1

2
Type

10

Code of Model A~Z

Meaning L: Chang-won R22 A: Chang-won R410A C: Chang-won R407C T: China K: Turkey R22 E: Turkey R410A H: Thailand N: India Z: Brazil D: Indonesia M: Mexico V: Vietnam S: Out Sourcing

Producing Center, Refrigerant

2 3

Product Type Cooling/Heating/Inverter

A~Z A~Z

S: Split Type Air Conditioner C: Cooling only H: Heat pump X: C/O + E/Heater Z: H/P + E/Heater Cooling/Heating Capacity Ex. "09" 9,000 Btu/h 1: 115V/60Hz, 2: 220V/60Hz 3: 208-230V/60Hz 5: 200-220V/50Hz 6: 220-240V/50Hz 7: 110V, 50/60Hz 8: 380-415V/50Hz 9: 380-415V/60Hz Name of Chassis of Unit A: 220V, 50Hz, 3Phase B: 208~230V, 60Hz, 3Phase C: 575V, 50Hz, 3Phase D: 440~460, 60Hz, 3Phase E: 265V, 60Hz F: 200V, 50/60Hz V: AC Inverter C/O N: AC Inverter H/P Q: DC Inverter C/O W: DC Inverter H/P

4, 5 6

Capacity Electric Range

0~9 1~9 A~Z

7 8 9

Chassis Look Function

A~Z A~Z A~Z

Ex.F SF Chassis
Look, Color (Artcool Model) Basic Basic+4Way Plasma Filter Plasma Filter+4 Way Tele+LCD Tele+LCD+Nano plasma+4Way Nano Plasma F+(A/changeove)+A/clean+Low A Nano Plasma F+(A/changeove)+A/clean+4way+Low A Tele+LED+4way Internet Plasma F+4Way+Oxy generator Nano Plasma F+(A/changeove)+A/clean Nano Plasma F+(A/changeove)+A/clean+4way Nano Plasma F+(A/changeove)+A/clean+PTC Nano Plasma F+(A/changeove)+Autoclean+4way+PTC Nano Plasma F+(A/changeove)+A/clean+4way+Low A+PTC Negative ION+A/Clean (Nano)Plasma+Negative ION+A/Clean 4way+(Nano)Plasma F+Negative ION+Healthy dehumidification+A/Clean Nano Plasma F+4Way+(A/changeove)+A/clean+ LG Model Development Serial No. * ARTCOOL COLOR (SF) 1 Kiss E Red V Silver G Gold

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N P Q R S T U

10

Serial No.

0~9

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Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions
To prevent injury to the user or other people and property damage, the following instructions must be followed. s Incorrect operation due to ignoring instruction will cause harm or damage. The seriousness is classified by the following indications. This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury. This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to properties only.
s Meanings of symbols used in this manual are as shown below.

Be sure not to do. Be sure to follow the instruction.

s Installation
Do not use damaged power cords, plugs, or a loose socket. There is risk of fire or electric shock. For electrical work, contact the dealer, seller, a qualified electrician, or an Authorized Service Center. There is risk of fire or electric shock. Always use the power plug and socket with the ground terminal. There is risk of electric shock.

Install the panel and the cover of control box securely. There is risk of fire or electric shock.

Do not modify or extend the power cord. There is risk of fire or electric shock.

Do not install, remove, or reinstall the unit by yourself (customer). There is risk of fire, electric shock, explosion, or injury.

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Safety Precautions Be cautious when unpacking and installing the product. For installation, always contact the dealer or an Authorized Service Center. Do not install the product on a defective installation stand. It may cause injury, accident, or damage to the product.

Sharp edges could cause injury. There is risk of fire, electric Be especially careful of the case shock, explosion, or injury. edges and the fins on the condenser and evaporator.

Be sure the installation area does not deteriorate with age.

Do not let the air conditioner run for a long time when the humidity is very high and a door or a window is left open.

If the base collapses, the air Moisture may condense and wet or damage furnishings. conditioner could fall with it, causing property damage, product failure, and personal injury.

s Operation
Take care to ensure that power cords could not be pulled out or damaged during operation. There is risk of fire or electrical shock. Do not place anything on the power cord. Do not turn the air-conditioner ON or OFF by plugging or unplugging the power plug. There is risk of fire or electrical shock.

There is risk of fire or electric shock.

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Safety Precautions Use a dedicated outlet for this appliance. There is risk of fire or electrical shock. Grasp the plug to remove the cord from the outlet. Do not touch it with wet hands. There is risk of fire or electrical shock. Do not place a heater or other appliances near the power cable. There is risk of fire and electric shock.

Do not allow water to run into electric parts. It may cause There is risk of fire, failure of the product, or electric shock.

Do not store or use flammable gas or combustibles near the air conditioner. There is risk of fire or failure of product.

Do not use the product in a tightly closed space for a long time. Oxygen deficiency could occur.

x Wa Thinner

When flammable gas leaks, turn off the gas and open a window for ventilation before turn the product on. DO NOT use the telephone or turn switches on or off.

Unplug the unit if strange sounds, odors, or smoke comes from it.

Stop operation and close the window in storm or hurricane. If possible, remove the air conditioner from the window before the hurricane arrives. There is risk of property damage, failure of product, or electric shock.

There is risk of explosion or fire. There is risk of electrical shock or fire

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Safety Precautions Do not open the inlet grill of the product during operation. (Do not touch the electrostatic filter, if the unit is so equipped.) When the product is soaked (flooded or submerged), contact an Authorized Service Center. Ventilate the product from time to time when operating it together with a stove, etc.

There is risk of physical injury, There is risk of fire or eletric electric shock, or product failure. shock.

There is risk of fire or electrical shock.

Unplug the appliance before performing cleaning or maintenance. There is risk of electrical shock.

When the product is not be used for a long time, disconnect the power supply plug or turn off the breaker. There is risk of product damage or failure, or unintended operation.

Take care to ensure that nobody could step on or fall onto the outdoor unit. This could result in personal injury and product damage.

s Installation
Always check for gas (refrigerant) leakage after installation or repair of product. Low refrigerant levels may cause failure of product. Install the drain hose to ensure that water is drained away properly. A bad connection may cause water leakage. Keep level even when installing the product. To avoid vibration or water leakage.

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Safety Precautions Do not install the product where the noise or hot air from the outdoor unit could damage the neighborhoods. It may cause a problem for your neighbors. Use two or more people to lift and transport the air conditioner. Avoid personal injury. Do not install the product where it will be exposed to sea wind (salt spray) directly. It may cause corrosion on the product. Corrosion, particularly on the condenser and evaporator fins, could cause product malfunction or inefficient operation.

s Operation
Do not direct airflow at room occupants. (Don't sit in the draft.) Do not use the product for special purposes, such as preserving foods, works of art, etc. It is a consumer air conditioner, not a precision refrigeration system. There is risk of damage or loss of property. Do not block the inlet or outlet of air flow.

This could damage your health.

It may cause product failure.

Use a soft cloth to clean. Do not use harsh detergents, solvents, etc. There is risk of fire, electric shock, or damage to the plastic parts of the product.

Do not touch the metal parts of the product when removing the air filter. They are very sharp! There is risk of personal injury.

Do not step on or put anyting on the product. (outdoor units) There is risk of personal injury and failure of product.

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Safety Precautions Always insert the filter securely. Clean the filter every two weeks or more often if necessary. Do not insert hands or other objects through the air inlet or outlet while the air conditioner is plugged in. Do not drink the water drained from the unit.

A dirty filter reduces the efficien- There are sharp and moving cy of the air conditioner and parts that could cause personal could cause product malfunction injury. or damage.

It is not sanitary and could cause serious health issues.

Use a firm stool or ladder when cleaning or maintaining the air conditioner.

Replace the all batteries in the remote control with new ones of the same type. Do not mix old and new batteries or different types of batteries. There is risk of fire or explosion

Be careful and avoid personal injury.

s Disuse
Do not recharge or disassemble the batteries. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. If the liquid from the batteries gets onto your skin or clothes, wash it well with clean water. Do not use the remote if the batteries have leaked. The chemicals in batteries could cause burns or other health hazards.

They may burn or explode.

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Dimensions

Dimensions
Symbols Used in this Manual
This symbol alerts you to the risk of electric shock. This symbol alerts you to hazards that could cause harm to the air conditioner.

NOTICE

This symbol indicates special notes.

Indoor Unit

Hanger Hole
W D

Pipe Hole

Fix Hole

Model INDOOR Dimension W H D mm mm mm 600 600 146(143)

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Dimensions

Outdoor Unit
W L2

L1

L3

Gas side (3-way valve) L5

Liquid side (2-way valve)

L4

DIM W H D L1 L2 L3 L4 L5

MODEL unit mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

OUTDOOR 770 545 245 285 64 518 10 100

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Installation

Installation
Selection of the Best Location
Indoor unit
Do not have any heat or steam near the unit. Select a place where there are no obstacles in front of the unit. Make sure that condensation drainage can be conveniently routed away. Do not install near a doorway. Use a stud finder to locate studs to prevent unnecessary damage to the wall.

Rooftop Installations:
If the outdoor unit is installed on a roof structure, be sure to level the unit. Ensure the roof structure and anchoring method are adequate for the unit location. Consult local codes regarding rooftop mounting.

Piping Length and Elevation


Capacity (Btu/h) Pipe Size GAS
3/8"(9.52) 1/2"(12.7) 1/2"(12.7) 18k~28k 5/8"(15.88) 5/8"(15.88) 5/8"(15.88) 3/4"(19.05)

More than 50cm

More than 20cm


5k~14k

LIQUID
1/4"(6.35) 1/4"(6.35) 1/4"(6.35) 1/4"(6.35) 3/8"(9.52) 3/8"(9.52) 3/8"(9.52)

Max. Additional Standard Max. Length Elevation Length Refrigerant A (m) (g/m) (m) B (m)
4 or 7.5 4 or 7.5 4 or 7.5 4 or 7.5 4 or 7.5 7.5 7.5 7 7 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 30 30 30 30 30 20 20 20 20 30 30 50

More than 1.5m

More than 50cm

30k~38k

Indoor unit

Outdoor unit

Outdoor unit
If an awning is built over the unit to prevent direct sunlight or rain exposure, make sure that heat radiation from the condenser is not restricted. Ensure that the space around the back and sides is more than 30cm. The front of the unit should have more than 70cm of space. Do not place animals and plants in the path of the warm air. Take the weight of the air conditioner into account and select a place where noise and vibration are minimum. Select a place where the warm air and noise from the air conditioner do not disturb neighbors.
More than 60cm More than 30cm More than 30cm
B

A Outdoor unit Indoor unit

A B

Outdoor unit

Oil trap Indoor unit

If piping length is more than 5m

If case more than 5m

More than 70cm

More than 60cm

Capacity is based on standard length and maximum allowance length is on the basis of reliability. Oil trap should be installed every 5~7 meters.

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Installation

Preparing Work for Installation


Open panel front
1. Pull the upper part of the front panel. 2. Lift up the panel. 3. To detach the front panel, remove the two screws at the lower part. 4. Detach the front panel from the body. 5. To detach the panel, disconnect the connector at the upper part.

Panel Front Connector

Cover pipe and cover side remove


1. Please remove the screw of the center tuning cover. 2. Pull up the side cover of desired connecting direction, then cover side is separated. 3. Pick the pipe hole of the side cover.

CAUTION: After removing the pipe hole, cut the burr for safety.
NOTICE

Pipe hole Side cover

When making pipe path through rear wall, you dont need to pick the pipe hole.

Drain hose junction


1. Remove the rubber stopple in the desired drain direction. 2. Insert drain hose into the handle of drain pan, and join drain hose and connecting hose according to the figure by.
Adhesive Only the Only the desired direction desired direction

Connecting part Drain hose rubber cap

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Installation

Fixing Indoor Unit


1. Attach an Installation guide map on the desired surface.
INSTALLATION GUIDE MAP

2. Look at suited horizon by horizontal meter on the horizontal setting line, and fix lightly the map by adhesive tape.
Horizontality
IN ST AL LA TIO N GU ID EM AP

3. Make a hole with a diameter of 6mm and depth of 30-35mm by piercing a screw point.
IN ST AII AT IO N GU ID EM AP

4. Drill the pierted part as a diameter of 50mm for connecting piping. (In case of piercing rear surface)

5. Drive the fore plastic anchors into drilled points.


IN ST AL LA TIO N GU ID EM AP

6. First, Drive the two points of the upper parts by screws. (Leave 10mm for hanging the product)
10 mm

Plastic anchors

IN ST AL LA TIO N

GU

7. Hang the hole of product at the upper screws, and remove the map. (Falling attention)
INS TAL LAT ION GUID EM AP

8. Drive the lower parts after facing the hole of product with plastic anchors, and fix completely the upper screws.
Plastic anchors

Hanger hole (Rear side of the product)

9. Check the fixed product with light power.

10. In case of nothing wrong, connect the pipe and the wire. (Refer to installation manual)

Drill a Hole in the Wall


Drill the piping hole with a 50mm hole core drill. Drill the piping hole at either the right or the left with the hole slightly slanted to the outdoor side.
WALL Indoor Outdoor

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(0.2~0.3")

5-7mm

Flaring work and connection of piping

Flaring work and connection of piping


Flaring work
Flaring work
Main cause for refrigerant leakage is due to defect in the flaring work. Carry out correct flaring work using the following procedure. Cut the pipes and the cable. Use the piping kit accessory or pipes purchased locally. Measure the distance between the indoor and the outdoor unit. Cut the pipes a little longer than the measured distance. Cut the cable 1.5m longer than the pipe length.
Copper pipe Slanted Uneven Rough
Smooth all round Inside is shiny without scratches = Improper flaring =

Carry out flaring work using flaring tool as shown below. Outside diameter mm inch 6.35 1/4 9.52 3/8 12.7 1/2 15.88 5/8 19.05 3/4 A mm 0~0.5 0~0.5 0~0.5 0~1.0 1.0~1.3

Check
Compare the flared work with figure below. If flare is noted to be defective, cut off the flared section and re-flare it.

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Burr removal
Completely remove all burrs from the cut cross section of pipe/tube. Put the end of the copper tube/pipe in a downward direction as you remove burrs in order to avoid dropping burrs into the tubing.
Pipe Reamer Point down
Even length all round

Inclined Surface Cracked Uneven damaged thickness

Connection of piping -- Indoor


Preparing the indoor unit's piping and drain hose for installation through the wall. Route the indoor tubing and the drain hose in the direction of rear left or right Tape the tubing, drain hose and the connecting cable. Be sure that the drain hose is located at the lowest side of the bundle. Locating at the upper side can cause drain pan to overflow inside the unit.

Putting nut on
Remove flare nuts attached to indoor and outdoor unit, then put them on pipe/tube having completed burr removal. (not possible to put them on after flaring work)
Flare nut

Copper tube

Flaring work
Firmly hold copper pipe in a die in the dimension shown in the table above.
"A" Handle Bar Yoke Cone Copper pipe Clamp handle Red arrow mark Bar

Drain hose

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Flaring work and connection of piping Wrap the insulation material around the connecting portion.
Overlap the connection pipe insulation material and the indoor unit pipe insulation material. Bind them together with vinyl tape so that there is no gap.
Loop
Plastic bands Insulation material

Connecting cable Drain hose

Gas side piping Liquid side piping

CAUTION: If the drain hose is routed inside the room, insulate the hose with an insulation material* so that dripping from "sweating"(condensation) will not damage furniture or floors. *Foamed polyethylene or equivalent is recommended.

Wrap the area which accommodates the rear piping housing section with vinyl tape.
Connection pipe Vinyl tape Wrap with vinyl tape (wide) Connecting cable Indoor unit pipe

Connecting the pipings to the indoor unit and drain hose to drain pipe.
Align the center of the pipes and sufficiently tighten the flare nut by hand.

Pipe Vinyl tape(narrow)

CAUTION: Installation Information For right piping. Follow the instruction below.
Indoor unit tubing Flare nut Pipes

Good case
Press on the upper side of clamp and unfold the tubing to downward slowly.

Tighten the flare nut with a wrench.


Open-end wrench (fixed) Flare nut Wrench Indoor unit tubing Connection pipe

Outside diameter mm inch 6.35 1/4 9.52 3/8 12.7 1/2 15.88 5/8 19.05 3/4

Torque kg.m 1.8 4.2 5.5 6.6 6.6

When extending the drain hose at the indoor unit, install the drain pipe.

Drain pipe

Indoor unit drain hose Adhesive Vinyl tape(narrow)

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Flaring work and connection of piping Bad case


Following bending type from left to right may cause damage to the turbing.
Outdoor unit
Gas side piping (Bigger diameter)

Liquid side piping (Smaller diameter)

Torque wrench

Connection of the pipes-Outdoor


Align the center of the pipings and sufficiently tighten the flare nut by hand.

Finally, tighten the flare nut with torque wrench until the wrench clicks.
When tightening the flare nut with torque wrench, ensure the direction for tightening follows the arrow on the wrench. Outside diameter mm inch 6.35 1/4 9.52 3/8 12.7 1/2 15.88 5/8 19.05 3/4 Torque kg.m 1.8 4.2 5.5 6.6 6.6

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Checking the drainage and forming the pipings

Checking the drainage and forming the pipings


Checking the drainage
To check the drainage.
Pour a glass of water on the evaporator. Ensure the water flows through the drain hose of the indoor unit without any leakage and goes out the drain exit.

Form the piping


Form the piping by wrapping the connecting portion of the indoor unit with insulation material and secure it with two kinds of vinyl tapes.
If you want to connect an additional drain hose, the end of the drain outlet should be routed above the ground. Secure the drain hose appropriately.

In cases where the outdoor unit is installed below the indoor unit perform the following.
Tape the piping, drain hose and connecting cable from down to up. Secure the tapped piping along the exterior wall using saddle or equivalent.
Seal small openings around pipings with a gum type sealer.
Taping Drain hose

Pipings Connecting cable

Drain piping
The drain hose should point downward for easy drain flow.
Trap is required to prevent water from entering electrical parts.
Downward slope

In cases where the Outdoor unit is installed above the Indoor unit perform the following.
Tape the piping and connecting cable from down to up. Secure the taped piping along the exterior wall. Form a trap to prevent water entering the room.

Do not make drain piping.


Do not raise Accumulated drain water Air Tip of drain hose dipped in water Water leakage

Less than 50mm gap

Fix the piping onto the wall by saddle or equivalent.


Seal a small opening around the pipings with gum type sealer.

Water leakage

Water leakage

Waving

Ditch

Trap

Trap

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Air purging

Air Purging
Air purging
Air and moisture remaining in the refrigerant system have undesirable effects as indicated below. Pressure in the system rises. Operating current rises. Cooling(or heating) efficiency drops. Moisture in the refrigerant circuit may freeze and block capillary tubing. Water may lead to corrosion of parts in the refrigeration system. Therefore, the indoor unit and tubing between the indoor and outdoor unit must be leak tested and evacuated to remove any noncondensables and moisture from the system. Do a leak test of all joints of the tubing(both indoor and outdoor) and both gas and liquid side service valves. Bubbles indicate a leak. Be sure to wipe off the soap with a clean cloth. After the system is found to be free of leaks, relieve the nitrogen pressure by loosening the charge hose connector at the nitrogen cylinder. When the system pressure is reduced to normal, disconnect the hose from the cylinder.

Indoor unit

Air purging with vacuum pump


Preparation
Check that each tube(both liquid and gas side tubes) between the indoor and outdoor units have been properly connected and all wiring for the test run has been completed. Remove the service valve caps from both the gas and the liquid side on the outdoor unit. Note that both the liquid and the gas side service valves on the outdoor unit are kept closed at this stage.
Outdoor unit

Leak test
Connect the manifold valve(with pressure gauges) and dry nitrogen gas cylinder to this service port with charge hoses.
Manifold valve Pressure gauge

Lo

Hi

Be sure to use a manifold valve for air purging. If it is not available, use a stop valve for this purpose. The "Hi" knob of the manifold valve must always be kept close. Pressurize the system to no more than 150 P.S.I.G. with dry nitrogen gas and close the cylinder valve when the gauge reading reached 150 P.S.I.G. Next, test for leaks with liquid soap.
Charge hose

To avoid nitrogen entering the refrigerant system in a liquid state, the top of the cylinder must be higher than its bottom when you pressurize the system. Usually, the cylinder is used in a vertical standing position.

Nitrogen gas cylinder(in vertical standing position)

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Air purging
Soap water method (1) Remove the caps from the 2-way and 3-way valves. (2) Remove the service-port cap from the 3-way valve. (3) To open the 2-way valve turn the valve stem counterclockwise approximately 90, wait for about 2~3 sec, and close it. (4) Apply a soap water or a liquid neutral detergent on the indoor unit connection or outdoor unit connections by a soft brush to check for leakage of the connecting points of the piping. (5) If bubbles come out, the pipes have leakage.
Hexagonal wrench Cap 2-way valve (Open) 3-way valve (Close)

Liquid side

Gas side

Evacuation
Connect the charge hose end described in the preceding steps to the vacuum pump to evacuate the tubing and indoor unit. Confirm the "Lo" knob of the manifold valve is open. Then, run the vacuum pump. The operation time for evacuation varies with tubing length and capacity of the pump. The following table shows the time required for evacuation. Required time for evacuation when 30 gal/h vacuum pump is used If tubing length is less than 10m (33 ft) if tubing length is longer than 10m (33 ft)
10 min. or more 15 min. or more
Outdoor unit

Indoor unit

When the desired vacuum is reached, close the "Lo" knob of the manifold valve and stop the vacuum pump.

Finishing the job


With a service valve wrench, turn the valve stem of liquid side valve counter-clockwise to fully open the valve. Turn the valve stem of gas side valve counter-clockwise to fully open the valve. Loosen the charge hose connected to the gas side service port slightly to release the pressure, then remove the hose. Replace the flare nut and its bonnet on the gas side service port and fasten the flare nut securely with an adjustable wrench. This process is very important to prevent leakage from the system. Replace the valve caps at both gas and liquid side service valves and fasten them tight. This completes air purging with a vacuum pump. The air conditioner is now ready to test run.
Vacuum pump Pressure gauge Manifold valve

Lo

Hi

Open

Close

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Air purging

Panel Front Assembly


1. First, Check the side cover assembly exactly, and fix the power cord in the bottom groove of cover side left.

2. Assemble connecting lead wire with controller, fix the upper part of panel front, and match the lower part of panel front.

Panel Front Connector

3. Screw up panel front, and suspend the hook of panel front in the groove.

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Test running

Test Running
1. Check that all tubing and wiring have been properly connected. 2. Check that the gas and liquid side service valves are fully open. Prepare remote controller 1. Remove the battery cover by pulling it according to the arrow direction. 2. Insert new batteries making sure that the (+) and () of battery are installed correctly. 3. Reattach the cover by pushing it back into position.
NOTICE
Intake temperature Discharge air

Discharge temperature

4. For reference; the gas side pressure of optimum condition is as below.(Cooling)


Refrigerant R-22 Outside ambient TEMP. 35C (95F) 35C (95F) The pressure of the gas side service valve. 4~5kg/cm2G(56.8~71.0 P.S.I.G.) 8.5~9.5kg/cm2G(120~135 P.S.I.G.)

Use 2 AAA(1.5volt) batteries. Do not use rechargeable batteries. Remove the batteries from the remote control if the system is not going to be used for a long time.

R-410A
NOTICE

Settlement of outdoor unit Anchor the outdoor unit with a bolt and nut(10mm) tightly and horizontally on a concrete or rigid mount. When installing on the wall, roof or rooftop, anchor the mounting base securely with a nail or wire assuming the influence of wind and earthquake. In the case when the vibration of the unit is conveyed to the hose, secure the unit with an antivibration bushing.
Bolt

If the actual pressure is higher than shown, the system is most likely over-charged, and charge should be removed. If the actual pressure are lower than shown, the system is most likely undercharged, and charge should be added.

The air conditioner is now ready for use.

PUMP DOWN
This is performed when the unit is to be relocated or the refrigerant circuit is serviced. Pump Down means collecting all refrigerant in the outdoor unit without loss in refrigerant gas. CAUTION: Be sure to perform Pump Down procedure with the unit cooling mode. Pump Down Procedure 1. Connect a low-pressure gauge manifold hose to the charge port on the gas side service valve. 2. Open the gas side service valve halfway and purge the air from the manifold hose using the refrigerant gas. 3. Close the liquid side service valve(all the way in). 4. Turn on the unit's operating switch and start the cooling operation. 5. When the low-pressure gauge reading becomes 1 to 0.5kg/cm2 G(14.2 to 7.1 P.S.I.G.), fully close the gas side valve stem and then quickly turn off the unit. At that time, Pump Down has been completed and all refrigerant gas will have been collected in the outdoor unit.

Tubing connection

Evaluation of the performance Operate unit for 15~20 minutes, then check the system refrigerant charge: 1. Measure the pressure of the gas side service valve. 2. Measure the temperature of the intake and discharge of air. 3. Ensure the difference between the intake temperature and the discharge is more than 8C(46F) (Cooling) or (Heating).

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Functions

Functions
Indoor Unit
Cooling Mode Operation Healty dehumidification Mode Operation Heating Mode Operation Jet Cool Mode Operation Jet Heat Mode Operation Energy Saving Cooling Mode Operation Operation ON/OFF by Remote controller Sensing the Room Temperature Room temperature sensor. (Thermistor) Pipe temperature sensor. (Thermistor) Room temperature control Maintain the room temperature in accordance with the Setting Temp. Starting the Current Control Indoor fan is delayed for 5 sec at the starting. Time Delay Safety Control Restarting is for approx. 2 minutes. Indoor Fan Speed Control Super High, High, Mid, Low Pre-Heating Control(Comp)

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Functions
Sleep Mode Auto Control The fan is switched to S-low(Cooling), low(Heating) speed. The unit will be stopped after 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 hours. Natural Air Control by CHAOS Logic The fan is switched to intermittent or irregular operation The fan speed is automatically switched from high to low speed. Airflow Direction Control The louver can be set at the desired position or swing up and down automatically. Auto Changeover(Heating) Energy-Saving Control(Optional) Auto Clean(Optional) NEO Plasma Purification Operation(Optional) The function will be operated while in any operation mode with selecting the function. The function is to be stopped while it isoperating with selecting the function. Defrost(Deice) Control (Heating) Both the indoor and outdoor fan stops during defrosting. Hot-start Control (Heating) The indoor fan stops until the evaporator pipe temperature will be reached at 30C. Heater (Optional)

24 Room Air Conditioner

Functions Outdoor Unit


Power Relay Control If power is on, it will operate to chage capacitor on controller and power relay will operate after about 2~5sec. Active Power Filter Control(PSC) The active power filter is designed to correct power factor(cos ) and to regulate DC link voltage. It will be operated PFC circuit when the compressor freq. is over 30Hz and wattage is over 450 watt. Comp. Freq. Control The final operating freq. of comp. is set the lowest freq. that limited outdoor temp., discharge pipe temp., heat-sink temp., target freq., owing to CT. OverheatIng. Protection(Power Module) When the temp. of power module increases to 85C, controller decreases Freq. of Comp. Freq. Speed Control(Up/Down Speed) It will be changed the drive freq. of comp. according to temp. of indoor and outdoor. Total Current Control (Over Current Protection) DC Peak Current Control 4 way Valve Control It is only operated in the heating operation mode except defrosting operation. Outdoor Fan Motor Control High speed - Although fan motor speed is middle, it will change high speed in case of below AC193V, over 45C of outdoor temp., and over fc, fh of comp. Freq. Middle speed - Nomal mode Low speed - Although fan motor speed is middle, it will change Low speed in case of over AC 270V, over 21C (Heating Mode) of outdoor temp. below 24C (Cooling Mode) of outdoor temp. Discharge Pipe Temp. Control Low Ambient Comp. Torque Control Over Heating Protection (Comp.)

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Functions

Remote Control
Operation ON/OFF

Operation Mode Selection Cooling Operation Mode.(


(Cooling (Heating model only) model only)

Auto Operation Mode.( ) Heating Operation Mode.(

) )

Healthy Dehumidification Operation Mode.(

Fan Speed Selection (Low) Room, Temperature Display (Med) (High) (CHAOS)

: (High:39C
Temperature Setting
TEMPERATURE LOW HIGH

Low:11C) Down to 18C Up to 30C Down to 16C Up to 30C

Cooling

Heating

JET COOL

PLASMA(Optional)
PLASMA

Setting the Time or Timer

Timer Selection
ON OFF

: OFF, ON, OFF

ON

Timer Setting
SET

Timer Cancel
CANCEL

: Cancel Sleep Mode, Timer ON or Timer OFF

Sleep Operation

: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Off Timer
Airflow Direction Control

Power Save Cooling Button

Reset Auto Clean


AUTO CLEAN

(Optional)

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Operation

Operation
Function of Controls
DISPLAY
1) C/O Model Operation Indicator ON while in appliance operation, OFF while in appliance pause. Flashing while in disconnection or short in Thermistor. (3 sec off / 0.5 sec on) Timer Indicator ON while in timer mode (on/off), OFF when timer mode is completed or canceled. Comp. Running Incidator While in appliance operation, ON while in outdoor unit compressor running, OFF while in compressor off. 2) H/P Model Operation Indicator ON while in appliance operation, OFF while in appliance pause. Flashing while in disconnection or short in Thermistor. (3 sec off / 0.5 sec on) Timer Indicator ON while in timer mode (on/off), OFF when timer mode is completed or canceled. Defrost Indicator OFF except when hot start during heating mode operation or while in defrost control. Sleep Indicator On during sleep reservation, Off in case of cancel of sleep reservation.

Protection of the evaporator pipe from frosting


If the indoor pipe temperaure is below 0C in 7 min. after the compressor operates without pause while in cooling cycle operation mode, compressor, outdoor fan are turned off. When indoor pipe temp. is 7C or higher after 2 min pause of compressor compressor, outdoor fan is turned on according to the condition of the room temperature.

Comp. free 6C 3C 0C Comp. Step 4 Comp. Step 2 Comp. off

Indoor pipe temp. 7C

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Operation

Cooling mode operation


Operating frequency of compressor depend on the difference of the temperature. (= intake air Temp.- Compressor off Temp. Compressor off temp.= setting temp. -0.5C on temp. = setting temp. +0.5C If compressor operates at some operating frequency, the operating frequency of compressor cannot be changed within 30 seconds. Condition of compressor turned off - When intake air temperature stay at the temperature between setting temp. -0.5C and setting temp. -1.0C for 3 minutes continuously. - When intake air temperature reaches below the temperature of setting temp. -1.0C. Compressor 2 minutes delay - The compressor can restart minimum 2 minutes later after compressor off. [The operating freq. step of comp.] Temp. differences over 2.5C 2.0~2.49C 1.5~1.99C 1.0~1.49C 0.5~0.99C 0.0~0.49C 0.5~0C Comp. Operating frequency Step 7 Step 6 Step 5 Step 4 Step 3 Step 2 Step 1

[The targeting operating freq. of comp. each model] Model AS-W096F1/E/V/GG0 AS-W126F1/E/V/GG0 Step 1 25 25 Step 2 35 35 Comp. Operating frequency Step 3 Step 4 Step 5(Fc) 40 40 53 53 64 64 Step 6 73 73 Step 7 82 82

Healthy Dehumidification mode operation


When the dehumidification operation is set by the remote controller the intake air temperature is detected and the setting temp. is automatically set according to the intake air temperature. Intake air Temp. 26C intake air temp. 24C intake air temp.< 26C 18C < intake air temp. < 24C intake air temp. 18C Setting Temp. 25C intake air temp. -1C intake air temp. -0.5C 18C

When intake air temp reaches above the temp of setting +1.0C, condition of compressor same as cooling mode operation. When intake air temperature reaches bolow the temp of setting 1.0C, compressor operate step1~step3 and indoor fan speed repeatly operate low or stop.

28 Room Air Conditioner

Operation

Heating mode operation


Operating frequency of compressor depend on the difference of the temperature ( = desired temp. indoor temp. ) Compressor off temp. = setting temp. + 4 C on temp. = setting temp. + 2 C If compressor operates at some operation frequency, the operating frequency of compressor cannot be changed within 30 seconds. Condition of compressor turned off - When intake air temperature reaches +3C above the setting temperature. Condition of indoor fan turned off - While in compressor on:indoor pipe temp. < 30C While in defrost control, between the indoor and outdoor fans are turned off. Compressor 2minutes delay - After compressor off, the compressor can restart minimum 2 minutes later.

[ The operating freq. step of comp]


Temp. differences 4.5~4.99C 4.0~4.49C 3.5~3.99C 3.0~3.49C 2.5~2.99C 2.0~2.49C ~2.0C Comp. Operating frequency Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 [The targeting operating freq. of comp. each model] Model AS-W096F1/E/V/GG0 AS-W126F1/E/V/GG0 Step 1 35 35 Step 2 38 38 Comp. Operating frequency Step 3 Step 4 Step 5(Fh) 48 48 63 63 71 71 Step 6 85 85 Step 7 94 94

Jet cool mode operation


While in heating mode or Fuzzy operation, the Jet Cool key cannot be input. When it is input while in the other mode operation(cooling, dehumidification, ventilation), the Jet Cool mode is operated. In the Jet Cool mode, the indoor fan is operated super-high speed for 30 min. at cooling mode operation. In the Jet Cool mode, the room temperature is controlled to the setting temperature, 18C. When the sleep timer mode input while the Jet Cool mode operation, the Jet Cool mode has the priority. When the Jet Cool key is input, the upper/lower vane is reset to those of the initial cooling mode and then operated in order that the air outflow could reach further.

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Operation

Jet heat mode operation


While in cooling mode or Fuzzy operation, the Jet Heat key cannot be input. When it is input while in the Heating mode operation (dehumidification), the Jet Heat mode is operated. In the Jet Heat mode, the indoor fan is operated super-high speed for 60 min. at Heating mode operation. In the Jet Heat mode, the room temperature is controlled to the setting temperature, 30C. When the sleep timer mode input while the Jet Heat mode operation, the Jet Heat mode has the priority. When the Jet Heat key is input, the upper/lower vane is reset to those of the initial Jet heating mode and then operated in order that the air outflow could reach under flow.

Swing mode
1. Chaos swing mode
By the Chaos swing key input, the upper/lower vane automatically operates with the Chaos swing or it is fixed to the desired direction. CLOSED

Mode 8 Mode 7 Mode 6 Mode 5 Mode 4 Mode 3 Mode 2 Mode 1

65

20 8

OPEN

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Operation

Sleep timer operation


When the sleep time is reached after [1,2,3,4,5,6,7hr] is input by the remote control during the operation, the operation of the appliance stops. When the appliance is on pause, the sleep timer mode cannot be input.

1. Sleep timer operation for cooling cycle


While in cooling mode operation, 30 min. later since the start of the sleep timer, the setting temperature increase by 1C. After another 30min. elapse, it increases by 1C again.

Setting temp. (C) 1.0C up 1.0C up Cooling ON temp. (Setting temp. +0.5C) Cooling OFF temp. (Setting temp. -0.5C) 0.5 1 Sleep time (hr)

2. Sleep timer operation for heating cycle


While in heating mode operation, 60 min. later since the start of the sleep timer, the setting temperature decrease by 1C. After another 60min. elapse, it decreases by 1C again.

Setting temp. (C) Heating ON temp. (Setting temp) Heating OFF temp. (Setting temp. +3.0C)

1.0C down 1.0C down

Sleep time (hr)

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Operation

Auto restarting operation


When the power is restarted after a sudden power failure while in appliance operation, the mode before the power failure is kept on the memory and the appliance automatically operates in the mode on the memory. Operation mode that is kept on the memory - State of operation ON/OFF - Operation mode/setting temp./selected airflow speed - Sleep timer mode/remaining time of sleep timer - Chaos Swing - Plasma Operation

Forced operation
To operate the appliance by force in case that the remote control is lost, the forced operation selection switch is on the main unit of the appliance to operate the appliance in the standard conditions. The operation condition is set according to the outdoor temp. and intake air temperature as follows.

Indoor temp. Over 23C 21~23C below 21C

Operating Mode Cooling Healthy Dehumidification Heating

Setting temp. 22C 23C 24C

Setting speed of indoor fan

High speed

The unit select before operating mode in 3 hours.

Test Operation
Press the Tact Switch for compulsory operation of the main body for 3 seconds in order to operate in the trial operation mode. - Operation mode: Cooling - Indoor pan: High speed - COMP frequency: Step 5 - COMP turns off after operating for about 18 minutes irrespective of indoor temperature.

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Operation

Power relay control


Power relay turns on 1 second later after the power is input to the outdoor unit. Control sequence : power on PTC operating power relay on

Protection from total current control


s CT1 control
If the operating current reaches I1, the operating frequency of the compressor decrease. After decreasing the operating frequency by 1step, if operating current is below I1 for 60 seconds continuously, the operating frequency of compressor increase by 1step.

s CT2 control
If the operating current of the appliance reaches I2, the compressor stop instantly and 2 minutes later the compressor restart again. If CT2 occurs 5 times within 1hour, the appliance turn off and blinks 7 times(ERROR CODE7).

Control table
Model AS-W096F1/E/V/GG0 AS-W126F1/E/V/GG0

I1:Current of operating frequency down I2: Current of compressor cut off Outdoor temp 38C Cooling Heating 7.0A 7.0A 8.5A 8.5A I1 Outdoor temp < 38C Cooling Heating 7.5A 7.5A 9.0A 9.0A I2 10.0A 10.0A

cf. I1 is set the lowest level between intial value and in case dectection of dc paeak current.

Protection from DC Peak Current


s DC Peak Current Error by a fault signal of IPM
If the operating current of IPM reaches 35A 3A, the compressor stop instantly. If DC PEAK occurs 5 times within 1 hour, the appliance turns off and blinks 6 times(ERROR CODE6).

s DC Peak Current Error by the compressor lock


If the DC LINK voltage below DC 140V occurs 5 times within 1 hour while the compressor is operating, the appliance turns off and blinks 6 times(ERROR CODE6).

s DC Peak Current Error due to High Outdoor Pipe TH


If the outdoor pipe TH is over 65 C for 5 times within an hour while the compressor is operating, the appliance turns off and blinks 6 times (ERROR CODE6).

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Operation

Portection from overheating of power module


If the temperature of the heat sink TH. reaches over Toff, the Compressor stop instantly. It will be limited the compressor operating frequency according to the heat sink TH.(refer to below FIG.) The LED blinks 4 times, when the thermistor is open or short, and when the temperature is over Toff.
T = (T off - T on) T1 = T on + T T2 = T on + 2 * T Heat Sink Temp.

No. 1 2

MODEL AS-W096F1/E/V/GG0 AS-W126F1/E/V/GG0

T on 85 85

T off 95 95

T off C

T2 C

T1 C

T on C

COMP Freq.

Free Fc-1

Fc-2

Fc-1

Fc-2

OFF

Free

Portection from overheating of compressor


If the temperature of the discharge pipe of compressor reaches over 130C or below -30C the compressor stop instantly. It will be limited the compressor operating frequency according to the compressor dome TH.(Refer to below Fig.) Temperature range by COMP SPEC varies by 10C.

D-Pipe Temp. T off C T3 C T2 C

T = (T off - T2)/2 T1 = T2 - 2 * T T3 = T2 + T

No. 1 2

MODEL AS-W096F1/E/V/GG0 AS-W126F1/E/V/GG0

T on 100 100

T off 110 110

T1 C

-13 C COMP Freq. Fh min Free Fc-1 Fc-2 OFF Fc-2 Fc-1 Free

34 Room Air Conditioner

Operation

Defrosting control
While in heating mode operation in order to protect the evaporator pipe of the outdoor unit from freezing, reversed to cooling cycle to defrost the evaporator pipe of the outdoor unit. Defrosting control is available 40 minutes later since heating cycle started and the difference of the pipe temperature of outdoor unit reaches above option 1. The defrosting control is available without reference to heating operation time only if the pipe temperature of outdoor unit reaches below option 2. The mean outdoor temperature Option 1 The minimum Time of Heating(sec) Option 2
Minimum Time Of Heating
5sec 5sec

-10C less than >4

-10~-5C between

-5~0C between 0C more than >5

-30

>5 >5 Expected heating operating time And Heating operating time 40 minutes -30 -25
Main Deice time 30 sec 10 sec 1min

-25

Operating Freq. Of Comp (Comp off Inapplicable.)

Setting Freq.

Step 5 (Option)_(13)

Setting Freq.
Step 3 (Option)_(15)

Min (Option)_(12)

Min (Option)_(12)
off

Operating Setting Freq. Freq. Of Comp (Comp off Applicable.)


The Degree of Superheat Control

15 sec

Step 5 (Option)_(13) Step 3 (Option)_(15) Min (Option)_(12) Min (Option)_(12)


off

off

300 (Option)_(14)

Starting Step

EEV Open step 4-Way

ON Setting Speed OFF

ON Setting Speed

Indoor FAN Indoor FAN Pre-Heat LED

Hi Speed
Setting Speed OFF Hot Start
Super low speed low speed

OFF

ON

OFF

Deice STEP

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Operation

Auto Cleaning
Function used to perform the Self Cleaning to prevent the Unit from Fungus and Bad Odors. Used after the Shut Down of Cooling Operation to Clean the Evaporator and keep it as fresh for the Next operation. During Self Cleaning the Outdoor Unit is Switched off. The function is easy to be operated as It is accessed through the Remote Controller.
ON Cooling Start Comp. Indoor Fan 25 Sec On Off OFF Cooling CYCLE ON Setting Step Cleaning 30 Min OFF S-Low

Auto Changeover
The air conditioner changes the operation mode automatically to keep indoor temperature. When room temperature vary over 2C with respect to setting temperature, air conditioner keeps the room temperature in 2C with respect to setting temperature by auto change mode.
Outdoor temp. Outdoor temp. Indoor temp.

+2C +1C +0.5C Set Temp. -0.5C -1C -2C Auto Change Mode.

30C

20C

10C

COOLING

HEATING

Low Ambient
If outdoor temperature drops below certain temperature,liquid back is prevented by reducing fan speed. It can prevent frosting of evaporator and keep cooling operation No matter even if the outdoor temperature reaches -10C. You can Cool your room at your desired temperature all your around.
Comp Freq. Freq. Outdoor fan On
Off
Temp.(C) 25

Cond . temp.
20 15 10

Outdoor temp.:-10C

On
Off

Outdoor pipe temp. 0C outdoor fan On/Off control Outdoor temp.

Outdoor fan On/Off control


5 0
0 50 100 150 Time(Min.) 200

- 0C

-5

36 Room Air Conditioner

Operation

Preheat
This is operation to preheat the compressor by conducting current through motor coils of the compressor for preventing phenomena that liquid refrigerants are income due to difference between temperature of the outside pipe and temperature of the compressor as outdoor temperature becomes low. Enter preheat operation of the compressor if meeting , , conditions as below at the same time. where outdoor temperature is less than 5C where discharge temperature of the compressor is more than 15C where the compressor turns off Release preheat operation if meeting one or more of , , conditions. where outdoor temperature is more than 5C where diacharge temperature of the compressor is more than 25C where the compressor turns on

COMP Discharge Temerature

Preheat Off 25C

15C

Preheat On

Selection of Heat Logic Option


1) The buzzer sounds 3 times if pressing the tact switch for 10seconds. If turning off the tack switch in this case, the operation LED flickers and existing/additional heat Logic is toggled. 2) Display of operation LED in selection of heat option. - When selecting additional heat Logic : Flickering numbers of LED; 1 time - When selecting existing heat Logic : Flickering numbers of LED; 2 times 3) Setting is selectable regardless of operation status (on/off)

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Operation

10sec Tact S/W Buzzer sound Operation LED ON OFF Flickering 4 times
0.25sec (1time)

ON OFF

When selecting additional heat Logic


1.5sec 0.25*3 sec (2times) 1.5sec 1.5sec

When selecting existing heat Logic

1.5sec

1.5sec

1.5 sec

Indoor fan lock detection (BLDC)


Function of operation off for preventing overload when the indoor fan stops in the operating condition of the outdoor unit. Contents of operation - When feedback rpm of the BLDC fan motor is successively less than 50 for 12 seconds in the operation condition of the indoor fan, it is considered as lock of the indoor fan. - If detected as lock of the indoor fan, immediately turn off the compressor and stop the indoor appliances. - Error is displayed through the indoor error display LED in this time. (Periodically flickers 8 times) - The indoor unit detects the fan lock error status even if re-operating the unit during 2min delay of Comp Off in spite of release of the fan lock. Normal operation is done if re-operating the unit after Comp Off for 2min.

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Operation

Remote Control Operations


The controls will look like the following. 1. START/STOP BUTTON Used to turn off/on the unit. 2. OPERATION MODE SELECTION BUTTON Used to select the operation mode. 3. ROOM TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTONS Used to select the room temperature. 4. INDOOR FAN SPEED SELECTOR BUTTON Used to select fan speed in four steps low, medium, high and CHAOS. 5. JET COOL BUTTON Used to start or stop the speed cooling, heating. (It operates fan in super high speed in cooling mode, heating mode) 6. CHAOS SWING BUTTON Used to stop or start louver movement and set the desired up/down airflow direction. 7. ON/OFF TIMER BUTTONS Used to set the time of starting and stopping operation. 8. TIME SETTING BUTTONS Used to adjust the time. 9. TIMER SET/CANCEL BUTTON Used to set and to cancel the timer operation. 10. SLEEP MODE AUTO BUTTON Used to set sleep mode auto operation. 11. AIR CIRCULATION BUTTON Used to circulate the room air without cooling or heating. ENERGY-SAVING COOLING MODE BUTTON (OPTIONAL) For inverter type models ( ) 12. ROOM TEMPERATURE CHECKING BUTTON Used to check the room temperature. 13. PLASMA BUTTON(OPTIONAL) Used to start or stop the plasma-purification function. 14. RESET BUTTON Used prior to resetting time. 15. 2nd F BUTTON Used prior to using modes printed in blue at the bottom of buttons. 16. AUTO CLEAN BUTTON(OPTIONAL) Used to set auto clean mode. In some models this button has a 2nd function of LED luminosity control. 17. HEATER BUTTON(OPTIONAL) (Not available in all models) 18. LCD LUMINOSITY BUTTON(OPTIONAL) Used to adjust LCD luminosity.

Signal transmitter

5 6

1 3

4 2 7 11 8 13 14 10
CANCEL ON OFF SET AUTO CLEAN

9 12 16 18 17 15

Flip-up door (opened)

Operation Mode
Cooling Operation Auto Operation or Auto Changeover

Healthy Dehumidification Operation Heating Operation

Cooling Model(

), Heat Pump Model(

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Disassembly

Disassembly
Indoor Unit
WARNING: Disconnect the unit from power supply before making any checks. Be sure the power switch is set to "OFF"

1. Open panel front

Pull the upper part of the front panel. Lift up the panel. To detach the front panel, remove the two screws at the lower part. Detach the front panel from the body. To detach the panel, disconnect the connector at the upper part.
Panel Front Connector

Step Motro Connector HVB Connector

2. To remove the Control Box. - Before removing the control box, be sure to disconnect the wires from PWB. - Pull the cover control out from the control box and disconnect other wires. - Remove securing screws. - Pull the control box out from the chassis carefully.
Motor Connector

Front Panel Connector

Sensor Connector

AC/DC Connector

40 Room Air Conditioner

Disassembly
3. To remove the Evaporator. - Remove 4 screws securing the evaporator. - Pull the evaporator out from the chassis carefully.

4. Before removing the Turbo Fan. - Remove the securing screws from the chassis. - Pull the drain pan, top cover and the air guide.

Air Guide Top Cover

5. To remove the Motor. - Remove the securing bolt from the motor shaft. - Pull the fan out from the motor shaft. - Remove 4 screws securing motor mount from the chassis and lift up the motor mount and the bracket.

Bracket Turbo Fan

Bolt

Motor Mount

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Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting Guide
Refrigeration Cycle Diagram
(1) Model Capillary Tube
INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT

LIQUID SIDE 3-WAY VALVE

HEAT EXCHANGE (EVAPORATOR)

HEAT EXCHANGE (CONDENSER)

GAS SIDE 3-WAY VALVE ACCUMU LATOR COMPRESSOR REVERSING VALVE COOLING HEATING

(2) Model Adopted Electrion Expansion Valve


INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT

LIQUID SIDE 3-WAY VALVE EEV

HEAT EXCHANGE (EVAPORATOR)

HEAT EXCHANGE (CONDENSER)

GAS SIDE 3-WAY VALVE ACCUMU LATOR COMPRESSOR REVERSING VALVE COOLING HEATING

42 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

2-way, 3-way Valve


2-way Valve (Liquid Side) 3-way Valve (Gas Side)

Hexagonal wrench (4mm) Flare nut Open position Closed position To piping connection To outdoor unit

Valve cap Open position Flare nut Closed position Pin To piping connection

Service Service port cap port

To outdoor unit

Works Shipping Air purging (Installation)

Shaft position Closed (with valve cap) Open (counter-clockwise)

Shaft position Closed (with valve cap) Closed (clockwise)

Service port Closed (with cap) Open (push-pin or with vacumm pump) Closed (with cap)

1.

Operation Pumping down (Transfering) Evacuation (Servicing) Gas charging (Servicing) Pressure check (Servicing) Gas releasing (Servicing)

Open (with valve cap) Closed (clockwise)

Open (with valve cap)

2.

Open Open (counter-clockwise) (connected manifold gauge) Open Open (with charging cylinder) Open (with charging cylinder) Open (with charging cylinder) Open (with charging cylinder)

Open

3.

Open

Open

4.

5. 6.

Open Open

Open Open

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Troubleshooting Guide

Air purging
Required tools : hexagonal wrench, adjustable wrench, torque wrenches, wrench to hold the joints, and gas leak detector. The additional gas for air purging has been charged in the outdoor unit. However, if the flare connections have not be done correctly and there gas leaks, a gas cylinder and the charge set will be needed.
Liquid side Open 2-way valve Outdoor unit

The air in the indoor unit and in the piping must be purged. If air remains in the refrigeration pipes, it will affect the compressor, reduce to cooling capacity, and could lead to a malfunction.

Indoor unit

Gas side Clsed 3-way valve

Service port nut: Be sure, using a torque wrench to tighten the service port nut (after using the service port), so that it prevents the gas leakage from the refrigeration cycle.

CAUTION: Do not leak the gas in the air during Air purging. Procedure
(6) Set the 3-way valve to the back seat. (1) Recheck the piping connections. (2) Open the valve stem of the 2-way valve counterclockwise approximately 90, wait 10 seconds, and then set it to closed position. Be sure to use a hexagonal wrench to operate the valve stem. (3) Check for gas leakage. Check the flare connections for gas leakage. (4) Purge the air from the system. Set the 2-way valve to the open position and remove the cap from the 3-way valves service port. Using the hexagonal wrench to press the valve core pin, discharge for three seconds and then wait for one minute. Repeat this three times. (5) Use torque wrench to tighten the service port nut to a torque of 1.8kg.cm. (7) Mount the valve stem nuts to the 2-way and 3way valves. (8) Check for gas leakage. At this time, especially check for gas leakage from the 2-way and 3-way valves stem nuts, and from the service port nut.

CAUTION: If gas leakage are discovered in step (3) above, take the following mesures : If the gas leaks stop when the piping connections are tightened further, continue working from step (4). If the gas leaks do not stop when the connections are retightened, repair the location of the leak, discharge all of the gas through the service port, and then recharge with the specified amount of gas from a gas cylinder.

44 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Pumping Down

Indoor unit

Liquid side 2-Way valve

Open

Outdoor unit

Gas side

Closed
3-Way valve

Lo
CLOSE CLOSE

Purge the air

Procedure
(1) Confirm that both the 2-way and 3-way valves are set to the open position. Remove the valve stem caps and confirm that the valve stems are in the raised position. Be sure to use a hexagonal wrench to operate the valve stems. (2) Operate the unit for 10 to 15 minutes. (3) Stop operation and wait for 3 minutes, then connect the charge set to the service port of the 3-way valve. Connect the charge hose with the push pin to the service port. (4) Air purging of the charge hose. Open the low-pressure valve on the charge set slightly to air purge from the charge hose. (5) Set the 2-way valve to the closed position. (8) Disconnect the charge set, and mount the 2way and 3-way valves stem nuts and the service port nut. Use torque wrench to tighten the service port nut to a torque of 1.8 kg.m. Be sure to check for gas leakage. (6) Operate the air conditioner at the cooling cycle and stop it when the gauge indicates 1kg/cm2g. (7) Immediately set the 3-way valve to the closed position. Do this quickly so that the gauge ends up indicating 3 to 5kg/cm2g.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Re-air Purging
(Re-installation)

Indoor unit

Liquid side 3-Way valve

Closed

Outdoor unit

Gas side

Closed
3-Way valve

Gas cylinder

Lo R22 OPEN
CLOSE

Procedure
(1) Confirm that both the liquid side valve and the gas side valve are set to the closed position. (2) Connect the charge set and a gas cylinder to the service port of the Gas side valve. Leave the valve on the gas cylinder closed. (3) Air purging. Open the valves on the gas cylinder and the charge set. Purge the air by loosening the flare nut on the liquid side valve approximately 45 for 3 seconds then closing it for 1 minute; repeat 3 times. After purging the air, use a torque wrench to tighten the flare nut on liquid side valve. (4) Check for gas leakage. Check the flare connections for gas leakage. (5) Discharge the refrigerant. Close the valve on the gas cylinder and discharge the refrigerant until the gauge indicates 3 to 5 kg/cm2g. (6) Disconnect the charge set and the gas cylinder, and set the Liquid side and Gas side valves to the open position. Be sure to use a hexagonal wrench to operate the valve stems. (7) Mount the valve stem nuts and the service port nut. Use torque wrench to tighten the service port nut to a torque of 1.8 kg.m. Be sure to check for gas leakage. CAUTION: Do not leak the gas in the air during Air Purging.

46 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Balance Refrigerant of the 3-way Valve


(Gas leakage)

Indoor unit

Liquid side Outdoor unit 3-Way valve

Open

Gas side

3-Way valve

Open

Lo
OPEN CLOSE

Procedure
(1) Confirm that both the 2-way and 3-way valves are set to the back seat. (2) Connect the charge set to the 3-way valves port. Leave the valve on the charge set closed. Connect the charge hose to the service port. (3) Open the valve (Lo side) on the charge set and discharge the refrigerant until the gauge indicates 0 kg/cm2G. If there is no air in the refrigerant cycle (the pressure when the air conditioner is not running is higher than 1 kg/cm2G), discharge the refrigerant until the gauge indicates 0.5 to 1 kg/cm2G. if this is the case, it will not be necessary to apply a evacuatin. Discharge the refrigerant gradually; if it is discharged too suddenly, the refrigeration oil will also be discharged.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Evacuation
(All amount of refrigerant leaked)

Indoor unit

Liquid side Outdoor unit 3-Way valve

Open

Gas side

3-Way valve

Open

Vacuum pump
Lo
OPEN CLOSE

Procedure
(1) Connect the vacuum pump to the center hose of charge set center hose (2) Evacuation for approximately one hour. Confirm that the gauge needle has moved toward -76 cmHg (vacuum of 4 mmHg or less). (3) Close the valve (Lo side) on the charge set, turn off the vacuum pump, and confirm that the gauge needle does not move (approximately 5 minutes after turning off the vacuum pump). (4) Disconnect the charge hose from the vacuum pump. Vacuum pump oil. If the vacuum pump oil becomes dirty or depleted, replenish as needed.

48 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Gas Charging
(After Evacuation)
Liquid side 3-Way valve

Indoor unit

Open

Outdoor unit

Gas side

Open
Check valve 3-Way valve

Charging cylinder Lo
(1) OPEN CLOSE

Procedure
\

(1) Connect the charge hose to the charging cylinder. Connect the charge hose which you dis-connected from the vacuum pump to the valve at the bottom of the cylinder. If you are using a gas cylinder, also use a scale and reverse the cylinder so that the system can be charged with liquid. (2) Purge the air from the charge hose. Open the valve at the bottom of the cylinder and press the check valve on the charge set to purge the air. (Be careful of the liquid refrigerant). The procedure is the same if using a gas cylinder. (3) Open the valve (Lo side on the charge set and charge the system with liquid refrigerant. If the system can not be charged with the specified amount of refrigerant, it can be charged with a little at a time (approximately 150g each time) while operating the air conditioner in the cooling cycle; however, one time is not sufficient, wait approximately 1 minute and then repeat the procedure (pumping down-pin).

This is different from previous procedures. Because you are charging with liquid refrigerant from the gas side, absolutely do not attempt to charge with larger amounts of liquid refrigerant while operating the air conditioner.

(4) Immediately disconnect the charge hose from the 3-way valves service port. Stopping partway will allow the gas to be discharged. If the system has been charged with liquid refrigerant while operating the air conditioner turn off the air conditioner before disconnecting the hose. (5) Mount the valve stem nuts and the service port nut. Use torque wrench to tighten the service port nut to a torque of 1.8 kg.m. Be sure to check for gas leakage.

Service Manual 49

Troubleshooting Guide

Cycle Parts
Trouble analysis
1. Check temperature difference between intake and discharge air and operating current. Temp. difference : approx. 0C Current : less than 80% of rated current Temp. Difference All amount of refrigerant leaked out. Check refrigeration cycle.

Temp. difference : approx. 8C Current : less than 80% of rated current

Refrigerant leakege Clog of refrigeration cycle Defective compressor

Operating Current

Temp. difference : less than 8C Current : over the reated current

Excessive amount of refrigerant

Temp. difference : over 8C


NOTICE

Normal

Temperature difference between intake and discharge air depends on room air humidity. When the room air humidity is relativery higher, temperature difference is smaller. When the room air humidity is relatively lower temperature difference is larger. 2. Check temperature and pressure of refrigeration cycle. Suction pressure (Compared with the normal value) Temperature (Compared with the normal valve) High Higher Normal Cause of Trouble Defective compressor Defective 4-way reverse valve Excessive amount of refrigerant Insufficient amount of refrigerant (Leakage) Clogging Description Current is low. High pressure does not quickly rise at the beginning of operation. Current is low. Current is low.

Lower

Higher

NOTICE

1. The suction pressure is usually 8.5~9.5kg/cm2G(Cooling) at normal condition. 2. The temperature can be measured by attaching the thermometer to the low pressure tubing and wrap it with putty.

50 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Self diagnosis Function


Error Code
1 time

Error Indicator
1time 3 sec 1time 3 sec 1time 3 sec 2 times 3 sec 4 times 3 sec 5times 2 times 1time

Cause of Error Indoor Temp. sensor error - Sensor open or short

Display
Indoor Outdoor

Indoor Operation

3 sec 2 times

ON

2 times 3 sec 4 times

3 sec

Outdoor Temp. sensor error - Sensor open or short Heat Sink sensor error - Sensor open or short - Heat Sink temp is over 95 Communication error

ON

3 sec 5times

ON

3 sec 6times

3 sec 6times

OFF

DC Peak error
3 sec

SHUT DOWN

7times

7times

Over current error (CT2)


3 sec

SHUT DOWN

8times

8times

3 sec

Indoor fan lock error (BLDC fan model only)

OFF

9times

9times

3 sec

Outdoor fan lock error (BLDC fan model only)

OFF

10 times 10 times

10

D-Pipe TH. is short or open.


3 sec

ON

1time

2times 3 sec

1time

2times 3 sec

12

EEPROM Error - EEPROM Check sum Error

ON

1time

3 times 3 sec

1time

3 times

13

PSC Error - PSC Fault Error

ON

1time

4 times 3 sec

1time

4 times

14

Comp Phase Current Error (180 Driver Comp Control Model Only)

ON

Service Manual 51

Troubleshooting Guide
1. Error indicator of air conditioner 1) Indoor : Operating LED / Outdoor : LED01M(Red) on the outdoor PCB 2) 2 more errors occur at same time - Air conditioner Off condition : Display the error code of product off cause - Air conditioner On condition : Display the prior Error Code 2. Cancellation of Error indicator 1) Error Code 1, 2, 3, 4, 10 : Error indicator canceled when cause of error recovered 2) Error Code 5, 8, 9 : Keep displaying Error indicator by restarting air conditioner, although cause of error recovered 3) Error Code 6, 7 : Error indicator canceled when power reset (Power Cord Off & On)

s Precaution in Service or Check


Even after stopping the operation of product, it takes some time to discharge the remaining electricity of the electrolytic capacitor that was charged. Before starting a checking or repairing job, pull out the plug out of the outlet and make sure that the lamp on the control board outdoor unit is off.

s The Diagnosis Procedure


Check the supplied voltage to product (AC 220V/230V 30V).

Check the connecting cable between Indoor and Outdoor.

Check the blinking number of operation indicator (refer to the self-diagnosis function).

Check the self-diagnosis table

Indoor
Check the condition of connectors The condition of P.C.B pattern.

Outdoor
Check the condition of connectors. The condition of P.C.B pattern. The electronic components.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Electronic Parts
Refer to electronic contorol device drawing & schematic diagram.

Trouble 1

The Product doesnt operate at all.

Turn off the main power and wait to 10 seconds

Turn on the main power again.

Does "Beeping" sound is made from the indoor unit? NO Check the voltage of power(AC220V/AC240V, 50Hz). The voltage of main power. The voltage applied to the unit. The connecting method of Indoor/Outdoor connecting cable (each color) The P.C.B. Ass'y (Fuse, Noise Filter, Power Module, Bridge Diode, etc.) YES Primarily, the operating condition of Micom is O.K.

Check CN-DISP1 CN-DISP2 of indoor PCB

The operation check of the Indoor P.C.B. Ass'y Procedure 1) The input voltage of power module. 2) The output voltage of power module. 4) IC04D(7805) 5) IC01A(KIA7036) Specification 1) AC230V 30V : Check the rated voltage 2) 12V 3V Remedy 1) Check the power outlet.

2) Replace P.C.B Ass'y 4) Replace P.C.B Ass'y 5) Replace P.C.B Ass'y

4) DC5V 5) The voltage of micom pin 19 : DC4.5V

Service Manual 53

Troubleshooting Guide

Trouble 2

Product doesn't operate with the remote controller.


Turn on main power.

While the compressor has been stopped, the compressor does not operate owing to the delaying function for 2 minutes after stopped.

When the compressor stopped Indoor Fan is driven by a low speed. At this point the wind speed is not controlled by the remote controller. (When operated in the Sleeping Mode, the wind speed is set to the low speed as force).)

Caused by the remote controller.

Caused by other parts except the remote controller

When the mark ( ) is displayed in LCD screen, replace battery.

Check the contact of CN-DISP 1, 2 connector

Check DISP P.C.B Ass'y -Voltage between CN-DISP1 : DC +5V

Check point Check the connecting circuit between MICOM PIN and CN-DISP1 PIN Check receiver ass'y

54 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting for error code


Error code Description Indoor TH. is short or open Cause of error
Indoor TH. (sensor) is short or open Indoor TH. (sensor) is not connected to the indoor pcb assembly Damage or defect on the sensing circuit of indoor pcb assembly. (R01H, R02H, R03H, R04H, C01H, C02H)

Check flow
YES Indoor TH. is connected to Indoor pcb assembly ? No Indoor TH. is right ? No Check Indoor TH. - Measure resistance of TH. (air : about 10k at 25 C, pipe : about 5k at 25 C) YES Sensing circuit of indoor pcb is right ? No

- Connect to CN-TH1 in indoor pcb assembly

- Check soldering state of R01H ~ R04H, C01H, C02H

Error code

Description Outdoor TH. is short or open

Cause of error
Outdoor TH. (sensor) is short or open Outdoor TH. (sensor) is not connected to the outdoor pcb assembly Damage or defect on the sensing circuit of outdoor pcb assembly. (R03H~R06H, C02H, C03H)

Check flow
YES Outdoor TH. is connected to outdoor pcb assembly ? No Outdoor TH. is right ? No YES Sensing circuit of outdoor pcb is right ? No

- Connect to CN-TH1 in outdoor pcb assembly

Check outdoor TH. - Measure resistance of TH. (air : about 10k at 25 C, pipe : about 5k at 25 C)

- Check soldering state of R03H ~ R06H, C02H, C03H

Service Manual 55

Troubleshooting Guide

9K / 12K
Error code Description Heat-sink Temp. is over 95C Heat-sink TH. is open or short Cause of error
Heat-sink TH. is damaged(short or open). Heat-sink Temp. is over 95C Damage or defect on the sensing circuit of outdoor pcb assembly. (R01H, R02H, C01H)

Check flow
YES Heat-sink TH is connected to outdoor PCB assembly? No Heat-sink TH. in INV-IC is Right ? No YES Sensing circuit of outdoor pcb is right ? No

- Connect to CN-TH2 in outdoor PCB assembly

Check heat-sink TH. - Measure resistance of TH. (about 10k at 25 C)

- Check soldering state of R01H, R02H, C01H

56 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide Error code Description Cause of error


Wrong or missing wiring between indoor and outdoor unit cable Defect of communication components in indoor pcb assembly Defect of communication components in outdoor pcb assembly Defect of power supply components in outdoor pcb assembly No ground connection in air conditioner unit (affected by noise in power source)

Communication Error

Check flow
YES Wiring connection Is right ? No Indoor 1(BR) 2(BL) 3(GN/YL) 4(RD) YES Communication circuit of indoor & outdoor pcb Is right ? No Outdoor 1(BR) 2(BL) 3(GN/YL) 4(RD) Is the voltage of T/Block , in outdoor about AC 220/240V ? No YES Is the voltage of GND & DC5V in Outdoor pcb about DC 5V ? No

Check power connector Is not connected to the T/Block in indoor unit.

Check FUSE, NF01/02J, PTC, Power Module, BD-01S in Outdoor pcb assembly

YES Ground connection is installed ? (power outlet or outdoor chassis) No

Earth port

Check IC01K, IC02K,D01K~D03K, ZD01K~ZD03K, R01K~R10K, C01K~C04K

Install ground connection from outdoor unit. (In case power outlet has no earth port)

Service Manual 57

Troubleshooting Guide Error code Description Cause of error


Supplied power is not normal Comp Connector (CN-U,V,W) is disconnected or inserted to wrong position Compressor is damaged (coil short) replace compressor Too much Refrigerant Defect in outdoor pcb assembly replace pcb assembly

DC Peak Error

Check flow
YES Supplied voltage to Outdoor pcb is about AC 220/240V ? No Is connector (CN-U,V,W) connected to compressor and inserted to pcb in right position ? No YES Refrigerant pressure is right ? No

Check power source

Check CN-U,V,W connector (U : RD, V : BL, W : YL)

Check refrigerant pressure and adjust.

YES Is the compressor right ? No Check resistance Between U-V, V-W, U-W port. Short / Open circuit (Comp.motor coil error) normal : 1 ~2 Between U,V,W and Body normal : over10M

YES Inverter components in outdoor right ? No * 9 K/12K Model Check Short of SPM3 pins (GND - P, U, V, W pin) Direction of D01Z~D03Z, C08Z,10Z,12Z,16Z Assembling state of R01P ~ R21P & IC01P Assembling state of screw between INV-IC & Heat-sink DC 15V output of Power module. * 18 K Model Check Short of SPM2 pins (GND P, U, V, W pin) Direction of D01Z~D03Z, C08Z,10Z,12Z,16Z Assembling state of R01P ~ R21P & IC01P Assembling state of screw between INV-IC & Heat-sink DC 15V output of Power module. pcb assembly are

U V W

58 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide Error code Description Over current Error (CT2) Cause of error
Supplied power is not normal Indoor/outdoor fan is locked Too much refrigerant Defect in current sensing circuit in outdoor pcb assembly

Check flow
YES Supplied voltage to Outdoor pcb is about AC 220/240V ? No Does indoor / outdoor fan work normally ? No YES Refrigerant pressure is right ? No

Check power source

Check indoor / outdoor fan and adjust.

Check refrigerant pressure and adjust.

YES Current sensing circuit is right ? No Check current sensing circuit. - check CT is damaged in outdoor pcb (output wire is disconnected to pin or not) - BD01N is inserted in right position (refer marking on pcb and component) - Spec of R01N (1k), R02N (1.65k) is correct - Direction of diode (D01N, D02N) is right

Service Manual 59

Troubleshooting Guide
Error code Description Indoor fan is locked (BLDC fan model only) Cause of error
Indoor fan is locked or separated Fan connector is not connected to indoor pcb assembly Defective in DC-fan driving circuit

Check flow
YES Indoor fan is rotating ? (1) No Check indoor unit - remove obstacles in indoor unit - fan assembled correctly. Indoor fan is rotating ? (2) No YES DCfan driving circuit is right ? No Check DC Fan Driving circuit (Soldering state & Direction) - R01F~R09F, C01F~C03F, IC01F~IC03F, Q01F~Q02F, ZD01F

Check soldering state of CN-Motor1 & assembling state of DC Fan connector

Error code

Description Outdoor fan is locked (BLDC fan model only)

Cause of error
Outdoor fan is locked by an obstacle (ex : branch of tree, baretc) Fan connector is not connected to outdoor pcb assembly Defective in DC-fan driving circuit

Check flow
YES Outdoor fan is rotating ? (1) No Outdoor fan is rotating ? (2) No YES DC fan driving circuit is right ? No Check DC Fan driving circuit (Soldering state & Direction) - R01F~R05F, C01F~C03F, Q01F~Q04F, ZD01F

Check outdoor unit - remove obstacles in outdoor unit

Check connector is not connected to outdoor pcb assembly (CN-FAN2)

60 Room Air Conditioner

Troubleshooting Guide Error code Description D-Pipe TH. is short or open Cause of error
D_pipe TH. is short or open D_pipe TH. is not connected to the outdoor pcb assembly Damage or defect on the sensing circuit of outdoor pcb assembly

10

Check flow
YES D_PIPE TH. is connected to Outdoor pcb assembly ? No D_PIPE TH. is right ? No YES Sensing circuit of outdoor pcb is right ? No

Connect to CN-D_PIPE in outdoor pcb assembly

Check D_PIPE TH. - Measure resistance of TH. (about 200k at 25C.)

- Check soldering state of R07H, R08H, C04H

Service Manual 61

Schematic Diagram

Schematic Diagram
Wiring Diagram
Indoor Unit
Models: ASNW096F1E/V/GG0, ASNW126F1E/V/GG0

62 Room Air Conditioner

Schematic Diagram

Outdoor Unit
Models: ASUW096FUG0, ASUW126FUG0

Service Manual 63

Schematic Diagram

Components Location
INDOOR MAIN P.W.B ASSEMBLY (AC PART)
TOP VIEW

BOTTOM VIEW

64 Room Air Conditioner

Schematic Diagram

INDOOR MAIN P.W.B ASSEMBLY (DC PART)


TOP VIEW
CN-L/R2(WH) L4 L5 CN_D2 CN-LEV

CN-U/D(BL) L3

CN-L/R1(WH) BZ01E Q01C C02L TRANS01 Y U02Y CN-TH2


F10R F20R VEL-NC F40R

C03L

U03Y

U04Y

CN-ACDC2 VR01Y C03Y C04Y

OSC01B

IC01A C02A CN_COM

PCBASM : 6871A20920

BOTTOM VIEW

B51C

B61C

)HW(2R/L-NC

)LB(D/U-NC B60C B50C 2D_NC E20R

)HW(1R/L-NC

M30C

M20CI

M20C

E10ZB E10R

4L

5L F80C F70R

3L K10R

B40C B30C B20C B10C

T10R

L10R

H11R H21R

CN-TH1

EEPROM

CN_OPTION

B21C

B11C

BVH-NC B01C K10C B90C B80C B70C K20R D80R D01R M30CI L10C
02 03

F30R F50R L30C B41C B31C H31C Y50R M10C H10R

K30R L20C C40R

1DEL

Y30R

Y70R

Y60C

Y90C

Y10R F60R

Y80R

L20R

C10Q

F20C

Y10C

C20R

C20C C30R

N30R

N10R

H30R

M10CI

H70R H10RO

C10R

H80R

H20R

A30R

Y 0SNART 1

Y20U

Y30U

Y40U

H20RO

A10R A10C
1

H40R

NOITPO_NC

A10CI

H30C

H10C

H50R

Y50U

A20R

H60R

B10CSO

MOC_NC

B10R

Y80C

Y20R

Y40R Y50C Y60R

H60C

H40C

Y20D Y30C Y10D

Y10RV

Y40C

Y10U

Y70C

MORPEE

Service Manual 65

H50C

Y10RNZ

P10C P30R P20R P10R

X10C

A30C

A20C

N70R

N20R

H20C

1HT-NC

Y20C

2HT-NC

C10C

F10C

CC-NC

PWB : 6870A90728 A

LED1

CN-CC

CN-HVB

1 1

1 2CDCA-NC

IM C O M

01 04 05 06

Schematic Diagram

DISPLAY ASSEMBLY TOP VIEW


PCBASM:6871A20921
C01A

VOUT GND

CN-DISP

R01A

PWB:6870A90729 A

PWB ASSEMBLY SUB TOP VIEW


CN-D4 4D-NC

RECEIVER
PWB ASM:6871A20363
36302A1786:MSA BWP 3D-NC
1 1 CN-D3

CN-D2

PWB:6870A90126B

CN-D1 1D-NC

V20C V10C

CN-D5 5D-NC
1 1

CN-CON(WH) )HW(NOC-NC

CN-12V(WH) )HW(V21-NC

1
6D-NC

CN-SW(BL) CN-D7 7D-NC


1

)LB(WS-NC

1 1

CN-D6

1 1

CN-D8

8D-NC

1 1

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C01V

C02V

WCN-NOISE1

SURGE

R02J

C08S

D03Z

D02Z

R07Z

R09Z

R08Z

R11Z

D01Z

R03J

J32 J31

1 9 13 17

5 20

11

15

PSC_Module

TOP VIEW

Outdoor Unit

BL/WH C06J J30 C07J J29 PTC J28 NF02J J22 C05J

2005.01.06

C02J

C04J

ZNR02J

C08Z

C12Z

C10Z

C16Z

C08J

SPM3

R01J

NF01J

WCN-NOISE3

5 15 20

11

R02S

C01J J21

9 13 17

C03J J20

ZNR01J

R16Z

R15Z

J27 J19 J26 J25 J18

SPM3 : 6002EC2005

BOTTOM VIEW

PCB : 6870A90055Q_1(050106) Assy : 6871A10135

BD01N

R01N

D01N

R02N

R02K

13

08-

L1

C07B

12

CN-4WAY

C01M

CN-TEST

POWER MODULE

C02X C01K R03X

TEST POINT

R05B

C02A

R01F RY-PUMP

C01F

C01A

C03D D01Y ZD01F C01Y C02F R03Y

CN-PUMP

C02B C02N R03N

IC01D

R13Z J12 J13 J16 J14 J15 J09 J10


1

CN-TH1

R06S

C02H

R04C

R22P

C04H

C01S

C05D

R23P

CN-FAN1/PUMP

C04H

C06B

R24P

CN-LEV

C02S

R17Z J08 J07 J06 J05

R18Z

R19Z

CT

R17P R05P R02P R01P R04P R16P

LED01M CN_S/VALVE2 ZD01K R10K

R18P

D02N

R03P

IC02K

IC01K

C03S

R06P CN-COIL2 C19Z

ZD02K

R20P

C01P

IC01P

R19P

R21P

NF01J

R06Z R05Z R04Z

R25Z R24Z R23Z

C03J

C06Z R02S

C01J

C05Z

PTC

WCN-NOISE3

C04Z

J23 J24 J25 J26 J27 C04J

C15Z

C02J

C11Z

C09Z

C07Z

C12Z

C10Z

C08Z

R01Z

R20Z

C01Z

C13Z

BL/WH

R01J

R02Z

R21Z

C02Z

C06J

ZNR02J

R03Z C09S C07S C06S R01S R05S C05S R04S C04S C08S

R22Z

C03Z

C17Z

R12Z

C14Z

D03Z

R07Z

NF02J

C08J

R09Z

R03J SURGE WCN-NOISE1 R02J

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Schematic Diagram

J28 J29 J30 J31 J32

RY-PWR

R16Z

ZNR01J

R14Z

R15Z

J17 J18 C07J C05J BR/BK

J19 J20 J21 J22

CN-D/A

R01A

C03H

C02Y RY-H/PUMP

R01B

C03B

C04B

R02A

C04D

R03A

R03B J11

C18Z C10S

C05B

R04Y R02B

EEPROM

C03F

R01L C01L

C05H

C09B

M IC O

CN-PC

R04X RY-4WAY

R01Y

C02D

R01X C02S

CN-LEV

R02L

IC01D

CN-FAN2

C03D C03F

IC02M

R01D

CN_S/VALVE2

CN_S/VALVE1

C01D

CN-Flash Writer

CN-FAN2

C06D

R04K

C08B

C02K

R05X

R02X

J04 J03 J02 J01

R06B

C01X

R02Y

OSC01B R04B R02H

C01B

IC01A

C01C

Q02F

CN-D_PIPE

C02P

R04H

C03P

C01H

C06B

Q01F

CN-FLASH

R06H

Q03F

Q04F

C04P

R01H R03H R05H R07H CN-D_PIPE

R08H

C02H

CN-FAN1/PUMP

CN-TH1

C04D

CN-FLASH

R05F

C01H

C05D

R03Y

R03F

J15 J14 J16 J13 IC01A

J09 J10 J11 J12 C03H

RY-H/PUMP

R04F

C01Y

ZD01F

OSC01B C04B

CN-D/A

CN-PUMP

RY-PUMP

C01S

D01Y CN-COIL1

R02F

C02A

EEPROM

R02Y

POWER MODULE

CN-TEST

CN-PC

CN-4WAY

J01 J02 J03 C01M J04

IC02M

CN-Flash Writer

RY-4WAY

C08B

C01D

CN_S/VALVE1

C05P

R07P

R09P

R11P

RD-U

BL-V

YL-W

BD01N D02K D01N C01N R05K R07K ZD03K D01K C03K R08K R06K R09K FUSE C04K R01C C09J R02C D01C IC01C D02C

R08P R14P R13P

D03K

R15P R10P R12P

RD WCN-NOISE2

R03S

J08 J07 J06 J05 CN-COIL1 TEST POINT


~ ~

16

BR/BK

21

22

23

24

25 26 27

R09K J24

J17

C19Z

R14Z

J23

RY-PWR

FUSE

R03S

R06K

K80R

ZD02K

WCN-NOISE2

C03S

D02K

R07K IC01C D02C R03C R01C D01C

D01K

CN-COIL2

21 24 25 26 27

22

23

R10K

R05K ZD01K

ZD03K

C04K

C03K

RD

C09J

D03K

BL-V YL-W

RD-U

IC01K

IC02K R02C

C01N

R03K D02N

R01K

LED01M

CT

R19Z R18Z R17Z

IC01M

R01M

R01W

C02F

C02D

R01Y

C05H

L1

R01D

C06D

R02N

R01N

HEATSINK

72

SPM3

C16Z

R11Z

D01Z

D02Z

R08Z

Product Specifications

Product Specifications
Model Name Item
MIN

Unit
W kcal/h.(W) Btu/h. W kcal/h.(W) Btu/h. W kcal/h.(W) Btu/h. W kcal/h.(W) Btu/h. W kcal/h.(W) Btu/h. W kcal/h.(W) Btu/h. W W A A A A kcal/hW Btu/h.W kcal/hW Btu/h.W W/W W/W ,V,Hz % m3/min(CFM) m3/min(CFM) l/h.(pts/h.) dB(A)3 dB(A)3 dB(A)3 dB(A)3 A AWG#:P*mm2 AWG#:P*mm2 mm(in) mm(in) m(in) mm(in) mm inch mm inch kg(lbs) kg(lbs) 20/40ft 20/40ft

AS-W096F1/E/V/GG0
1,118 1,300 4,436 2,321 2,700 9,212 3,009 3,500 11,942 1,118 1,300 4,436 3,009 3,500 11,942 3,611 4,200 14,330 830 960 3.8 4.4 4.5 5.2 2.80 11.10 3.1 12.4 3.25 3.65 1,220-240,50 99.0% 7(247) / 8.0(283) 29(1024) 1.2(2.5) 42/43 36 23 48 1,000 15 16:3*1.0 16:4*1.0 6.35(1/4) 9.52(3/8) 7.5(295) 21.5,16.0(0.85,0.63) 600*600*146 23.6*23.6*5.7 770*545*245 30.3*21.3*9.6 14(30.9) 38(83.8) 88 / 196 89 / 198

AS-W126F1/E/V/GG0
1,118 1,300 4,436 3,009 3,500 11,942 3,439 4,000 13,648 1,118 1,300 4,436 3,611 4,200 14,330 4,299 5,000 17,060 1090 1160 4.9 5.2 5.7 6.9 2.76 10.96 3.1 12.4 3.21 3.62 1,220-240,50 98.7 9.5(335) / 10.5(371) 29(1024) 1.5(3.2) 42/43 36 25 48 1,000 15 16:3*1.0 16:4*1.0 6.35(1/4) 9.52(3/8) 7.5(295) 21.5,16.0(0.85,0.63) 600*600*146 23.6*23.6*5.7 770*545*245 30.3*21.3*9.6 14(30.9) 38(83.8) 88 / 196 89 / 198

Cooling Capacity

Type

Max

MIN

Heating Capacity Type

Max Power Input Running Current Starting Current Cooling Heating Cooling Heating Cooling Heating Cooling Heating COP Power Supply Power Factor Air Circulation Cooling Heating

EER

Indoor,Max Outdoor,Max

Moisture Removal Noise Level Indoor,High (Sound Med. Pressure,1m) Low Outdoor,Max Refrigerant(R410A)Charge Circuit Breaker Power Cord Connecting Cable Connecting Tube Liquid Side (. Socket Flare) Gas Side Length,std Drain Hose (O.D , I.D) Indoor Dimension (W*H*D) Outdoor Net Weight Stuffing Quantity Indoor Outdoor With S/Parts Without S/Parts

68 Room Air Conditioner

Exploded View

Exploded View
Indoor Unit
135316

146811-2

135090 268711-2 152302

145200-2 145200-1

268711-1

249951

135515
268711-3

263230

268711-4

354210
267110

264110

266090

134210

35211B 352150
733010

135500-2

159830 330870

346810 349600

146811-1
147581 352380

135500-1

359012

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Outdoor Unit
Model:ASUW096FUG0, ASUW126FUG0

437211
263230-3

437212 554031 435301 549610 546810 552200 435511-1

559010 435511-2

55211G 649950
447910 263230-4

661400 552202 W6631 561410

268711

552116 554160
261704

550140

552203-1

430410 552203-2

70 Room Air Conditioner

Replacement Parts List

Replacement Parts List


Indoor Unit
LOCATION No. 131410 135090 135316 Chassis Assembly Decor Assembly Grille Assembly, Front(Indoor) 1(Kiss) E(Red) V(Silver) G(Gold) 135515 147581 152302 159830 249951 263230 264110 266090 267110 Cover Assembly, Top(Indoor) Louver, Horizontal Filter, Air Filter Assembly, Air Cleaner Case Assembly, Control(Indoor) Thermistor, NTC Power Cord Assembly HVPS, DC/DC Remote Controller Assembly 1(Kiss) E/V/G(Red/Silver/Gold) 268711-2 PCB Assembly, Sub 330870 346810 349600 352150 352380 354210 359012 Pan Assembly, Drain Motor, Unclassified Bracket, Motor Hose Assembly, Drain Guide, Air Evaporator Assembly, First Fan, Turbo ALUMINUM SA 135500-1 Cover 135500-2 Cover 146811-1 Motor Assembly, DC, Stepping 146811-2 Motor Assembly, DC, Stepping 268711-3 PCB Assembly, Main 268711-4 PCB Assembly, Main 35211B Tube Assembly, Tubing 145200-1 Link 145200-2 Link DESCRIPTION PART No. ASNW096F1/E/V/GG0 3141A20037C ACW30774001 3531A20319B 3531A20331A 3531A20331B 3531A20331C 3551A20225B 4758A20098A 5230A20069B 5983A25015A 4995A20653G 6323A20004T 6411A20014S 6609A10008B 6711A20073U 6871A20921A 6871A20921B 6871A20363G 3087A30009B 4681A20091A 4960A20016A 5251AR1222R 5238A20046A 5421A20265A 5900A20063A 5900A20063B 3550A20511A 3550A20510A 4681A20055A 4681AP2968M 6871A20919B 6871A20920C 5211A21789A 4520A30097A 4520A30098A ASNW126F1/E/V/GG0 3141A20037C ACW30774001 3531A20319B 3531A20331A 3531A20331B 3531A20331C 3551A20225B 4758A20098A 5230A20069B 5983A25015A 4995A20653E 6323A20004T 6411A20014S 6609A10008B 6711A20073U 6871A20921A 6871A20921B 6871A20363G 3087A30009B 4681A20091A 4960A20016A 5251AR1222R 5238A20046A 5421A20265A 5900A20063A 5900A20063B 3550A20511A 3550A20510A 4681A20055A 4681AP2968M 6871A20919B 6871A20920B 5211A21789A 4520A30097A 4520A30098A REMARKS R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R

268711-1 PCB Assembly

NOTE) *Please ensure GCSC since these parts may be changed depending upon the buyer's request. (GCSC WEBSITE http://biz.LGservice.com)

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Replacement Parts List

Outdoor Unit
LOCATION No. 430410 435301 437211 437212 447910 546810 549610 550140 552116 552200 552202 554031 554160 559010 561410 661400 649950 261704 DESCRIPTION ASUW096FUG0 Base Assembly,Outdoor Grille,Discharge Panel Assembly,Front(Outdoor) Panel Assembly,Rear(Outdoor) Barrier Assembly,Outdoor Motor,Unclassified Bracket Assembly,Motor(Outdoor) Damper,Compressor Tube Assembly,Reverse Valve,Expansion Body Valve,Reverse Condenser Assembly,Bending Compressor Fan Assembly,Propeller Solenoid Coil Case Assembly,Control(Outdoor) Transformer,Reactor 7A 9A 268711 263230-1 263230-2 435511-1 435511-2 55211G 552203-1 552203-2 W6631 PCB Assembly,Main Thermistor Assembly Thermistor,NTC Cover Assembly,Control(Outdoor) Cover Tube Assembly,Expansion Valve,Service Valve,Service Harness,Single 3041A20066A 3530A20006G 3721A20027S 3721A20026Z 4791A30002R 4681A20122A 4961A10015B 4H00982E 5211A24134B 5220A90001F 5220AR3228D 5403A20221B 5416A90029C 5901A10033A 6141A20010S 6141A30003B 4995A20520N 5874A90003J 5874A90003E 6871A10135N 6323A20001B 6323A20003G 3551A30115G 4994A20108A 5211A22520B 5220A20005B 5220A20001Q 6631A30099D PART No. ASUW126FUG0 3041A20066A 3530A20006G 3721A20027S 3721A20026Z 4791A30002R 4681A20122A 4961A10015B 4H00982E 5211A24134B 5220A90001F 5220AR3228D 5403A20221B 5416A90029C 5901A10033A 6141A20010S 6141A30003B 4995A20520M 5874A90003J 5874A90003E 6871A10135M 6323A20001B 6323A20003G 3551A30115G 4994A20108A 5211A22520B 5220A20005B 5220A20001Q 6631A30099D R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R REMARKS

NOTE) *Please ensure GCSC since these parts may be changed depending upon the buyer's request. (GCSC WEBSITE http://biz.LGservice.com)

72 Room Air Conditioner

P/No.: 3828A20926A

April, 2006 Printed in Korea