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SPLIT-TYPE AIR CONDITIONER
Basic : AQV09VBA AQV12VBA Model : AQV09VBC AQV12VBC Model Code : AQV09VBCN AQV12VBCN AQV09VBCX AQV12VBCX
THE FEATURE OF PRODUCT
High Energy Efficiency BLDC
Luxury Half Mirror Design :
Mode can help you sleep quickly and soundly and wake up refreshed.
Mode : The Micro Plasma Ion mode creates strong purified
zone in your room.
Silence Mode : When you use the "Silence Mode", you can
experience extremely quiet operation of your air conditioner.
Refer to the service manual in the GSPN(see the rear cover) for the more information.
Air Marketing Group LLC 141 Kinderkamack Rd, Park Ridge, NJ 07656 Tel: 201-782-1782 Fax: 201-782-1783 Web: www.amgair.com Email: email@example.com
Operating Instructions and Installation
11. Precautions..... 1-1
1-1 Installing the air conditioner
1-1 1-1 1-1 1-2 1-2
1-2 Power supply and circuit breaker 1-4 Disposing of the unit 1-5 Others
1-3 During operation....
12. Product Specifications.... 2-1
2-1 The Feature of Product.... 2-2 Product Specifications.... 2-3 The Comparative Specifications of Product... 2-4 Accessory and Option Specifications
2-1 2-2 2-3 2-5
13. Alignment and Adjustments.... 3-1
3-1 Test Mode.... 3-2 Indoor Display Error and Check Method 3-4 Setting Option Setup Method
3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4
3-3 Outdoor LED Error Display and Check Method...
14. Disassembly and Reassembly
4-2 Outdoor Unit
4-1 Indoor Unit.....
15. Exploded Views and Parts List... 5-1
5-1 Indoor Unit..... 5-2 Outdoor Unit
5-1 5-3 5-5 5-7
5-3 Assy Control In
5-4 Assy Control Out....
16. Electrical Parts List 17. Wiring Diagram
7-2 Outdoor Unit
7-1 Indoor Unit.....
18. Schematic Diagram..... 8-1
8-1 Indoor Unit..... 8-2 Outdoor Unit
19. Circuit Descriptions..... 9-1
9-1 PCB Circuit Descriptions.... 9-2 Refrigerating Cycle Diagram.... 9-1 9-3
10. PCB Diagram..... 10-1
10-1 Indoor PCB..... 10-1 10-2 Outdoor PCB
11. Operating Instructions.... 11-1
11-1 Name of Each Part.... 11-1 11-2 Wireless Remote Control-Buttons and Display
11-3 Main Function.... 11-4
12. Troubleshooting.... 12-1
12-1 Items to be checked first 12-3 PCB Inspection Method
12-1 12-20 12-22
12-2 Fault Diagnosis by Symptom... 12-2
12-4 Main Part Inspection Method
13. Block Diagram
13-1 Indoor Unit
13-2 Outdoor Unit..... 13-3
14. Reference Sheet.... 14-1
14-1 Index for Model Name
14-1 14-2 14-3 14-4 14-7 14-9 14-10
14-2 Low Refrigerant Pressure Distribution 14-3 Pressure & Capacity mark 14-4 Q & A for Non-trouble 14-6 Installation 14-5 Cleaning/Filter Change
14-7 Installation Diagram of Indoor Unit and Outdoor Unit
Users should not install the air conditioner by themselves. Ask the dealer or authorized company to install the air conditioner except the window-type air conditioner in U.S.A and Canada. If you dont install the air conditioner properly, it may cause a fire, a water leakage or an electric shock. You must install the air conditioner according to the national wiring regulations and safety regulations. Install the indoor unit higher than 2.5m from the floor to avoid the injury caused by the operation of the fan. (except the window-type air conditioner) The manufacturer is not responsible for any accidents or injury caused by an incorrect installation. When installing the built-in type air conditioner, keep all electric cables such as the power cable and the connection cord in pipes, ducts, or cable channels to protect them from the danger of impact or any other incidents.
1-2 Power supply and circuit breaker
If the power cord of the air conditioner is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or a qualified person in order to avoid a hazard. The air conditioner must be plugged into an independent circuit if applicable or connect the power cable to the auxiliary circuit breaker. An all pole disconnection from the power supply must be incorporated in the fixed wiring with a contact opening of >3mm. Do not extend an electric cord to the air conditioner. The air conditioner must be plugged in after you complete the installation.
1-3 During operation
Do not repair the air conditioner at your discretion. It is recommended to contact a service center directly. Never spill any kind of liquid on the air conditioner. If this happens, turn off the air conditioner and contact an authorized service center. Do not insert anything between the airflow blades to prevent damage of the inner fan and consequent injury. Keep children away from the air conditioner. Do not place any obstacles in front of the air conditioner. Do not spray any kind of liquid into the indoor unit. If this happens, turn off the air conditioner and contact a service center. Make sure that the air conditioner is well ventilated at all times: Do not place a cloth or other materials over it. Remove the batteries if you dont use the remote control for a long time. (If applicable) Use the remote control within 7 meters from the indoor unit. (If applicable)
1-4 Disposing of the unit
Before throwing out the air conditioner, remove the batteries from the remote control. When you dispose of the air conditioner, consult your dealer. If pipes are removed incorrectly, refrigerant may blow out and cause air pollution. When it contacts with your skin, it can cause skin injury. The package of the air conditioner should be recycled or disposed of properly for environmental reasons.
Never store or load the air conditioner upside down or sideways to prevent the damage to the compressor. Young children or infirm persons should be always supervised when they use the air conditioner. Max current is measured according to IEC standard for safety. Current is measured according to ISO standard for energy efficiency.
2. Product Specifications
High Energy Efficiency BLDC Air Conditioner
BLDC Technique arises the efficiency of air conditioner and makes a room cool and warm with high energy saving.
Luxury Half Mirror Design
With a Luxurious and Fashionable style, the high impressive interior design allow this product to set place in anywhere.
The Micro Plasma Ion mode creates strong purified zone in your room.
9.0kg 32.6kg 825 x 285 x 189 (mm) 790 x 548 x 285 (mm) 43dB 53dB Silver Nano Evaporator Anti-Allergy Filter Deodorizing Fiter MPI Mode Digital I Display
Air Purifying System
2-4 Accessory and Option Specifications
Item Descriptions Code-No. Q'TY Remark
Ass'y Plate Hanger
Batteries for Remote Control
TIONS OWNER'S INSTRUC CIONES INSTRUC MANUAL DE L'USO PER ISTRUZIONIINSTRUES MANUAL DE ATION MANUEL D'UTILIS EISUNG GEBRAUCHSANW
Air ConditionerSplit Splut-type Room domstico sistema Aire acondicionado ambienti ad unit Separate d'aria per Split Condizionatore ar condicionado tipo Aparelho de de type spar Climatiseur e Geteilte raumklimaanlag
3-wire Power Cable
4-wire Assembly Cable
Assembly Pipe, 6.35mm
Assembly Pipe, 9.52mm
PE T3 Foam Tube Insulation
Vinyl Tape, Width 50mm
Pipe Clamps A
Pipe Clamps B
M4x16 Tapping Screws
Drain Hose, length 2m
3. Alignment and Adjustments
3-1 Test Mode
How to Approach Test Mode
You can approach the Test Mode by pressing the on/off switch of indoor unit for 5 seconds.
Test Mode Operation Option
After installing the air conditioner, check whether each subordinate is normally operated or not by operating the Test Mode. When an error occurs, display the Error Mode. Operation Mode : Cool mode. Operate the cool mode by operating the compressor by force without the compressor ON/OFF according to the set temperature/indoor temperature. (Do not follow the antifreeze control) Up-down louver : Up-down swing mode Indoor Fan : High
Because the Test Mode operate the cool mode by force not related to the set temperature / indoor temperature, check whether each subordinate is operated normally or not after completing installation and must turn off the power of the air conditioner.
3) Please detach link grilles from main frame.
4) To detach front grille from main frame, please catches finger stop
5) Please loosen clamping screw and detach the terminal cover.
6) Please take out filter to downward.
Procedure 7) Please detach the cover screw 3EA from the bottom of the panel front.
8) Loosen screws 3EA at the bottom of panel front and 2EA at the front of the panel front.
9) Loosen the screw of the ASSY DISPLAY.
10) Please separate Linked connector from the assy display.
11) Unlock 2 hooks between panel front and try drain to seperate panel front.
Procedure 12) Unlock 2 hooks between panel front and back body.
1) Please detach stepping motor wire. 2) Please pull tray drain and separate from back body.
1) Loosen the ground wire screw.
2) Detach the temperature sensor.
3) Detach the holder pipe.
Disassembly and Reassembly
Procedure 4) Loosen 3 EA screws, left of holder evap.
5) Loosen 1EA screw, right of holder motor.
6) Detach the heat exchanger from indoor unit.
1) Loosen 4EA screws of holder. 2) Detach Link wires of indoor, outdoor unit and fan motor. 3) Detach assy control from indoor unit.
Parts Fan Motor & Cross Fan
Procedure 1) Loosen 2EA screws of holder motor and Detach the holder. 2) Loosen a screw and detach the cross fan. 3) Detach the holder bearing and motor.
No 1 Parts Common Work Procedure 1) Loosen 1 fixing screw(CCW) of the Cover-Side. (Use +Screw Driver.) Remark
2) Loosen each 4 screws(CCW) on both right and left Cabinet Side edges and a fixing screw on the Cabinet Front lower to detach the Cabinet Front. (Use +Screw Driver.)
3) Detach the Cabinet Front like the picture on the right side.
4) Loosen 1 screw(CCW) fixed to assemble Plate Control Out with Cabinet-Side RH. (Use +Screw Driver.)
Procedure 5) Loosen 2 fixing screws(CCW) on the rear side of Cabinet-Side RH. (Use +Screw Driver.)
6) Loosen 3 screws(CCW) fixed to assemble Bracket Valve with Cabinet-Side RH. (Use +Screw Driver.)
7) Loosen 2 fixing screws(CCW) of Cabinet Side LF. (Use +Screw Driver.)
Parts Ass'y Control Out
Procedure 1) Detach the Motor Wire from the PCB of Ass'y Control Out.
2) Detach several connectors from the PCB of Ass'y Control Out.
3) Detach 2 Connect Wires from Reactor.
4) Loosen 1 screw(CCW) fixed to assemble Ass'y Control Out with Partition. (Use +Screw Driver.)
Parts Fan & Motor
Procedure 1) Release the refrigerant at first. 2) Loosen fixing screw(CW). (Use Monkey Spanner.) 3) Disassemble the pipes in both inlet and outlet with welding torch. 4) Detach the Heat Exchanger.
1) Loosen 2 fixing screws(CCW) on both sides. (Use +Screw Driver.) 2) Disassemble the pipes in both inlet and outlet with welding torch. 3) Detach the Heat Exchanger. Before you disassemble the pipes and Condenser, be sure that there should be no refrigerant remained in the unit.
Ass'y Valve 4-Way & Ass'y Valve EEV
1) Loosen 4 bolts(CCW) fixed to assemble Valve Service with Bracket Valve like the picture on the right side. (Use Monkey Spanner.) 2) Disassemble the pipes assembled the suction and discharge sides of the Compressor with welding torch.
1) Loosen the Nut(CCW) of Terminal Cover. (Use Monkey Spanner.) 2) Detach the Terminal Cover and detach the Connect Comp Wire from Compressor. 3) Disassemble the Felt Comp Sound. 4) Loosen the 3 bolts(CCW) at the bottom of Compressor like the picture on the right side. (Use Monkey Spanner.)
5. Exploded Views and Parts List
5-1 Indoor Unit
Exploded Views and Parts List
1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-11 1-12 1-13 1-2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-13-1 13-2 13-18
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Operating Instructions and Installation Electrical Parts List
C414 C415 C455 C471 C503 C506 C507 C509 C513 C514 C515 C516 C517 C518 C520 C522 C523 C524 C525 C526 C417 C419 C519 C803 C201 C203 C302 C305 C306 C307 C521 C303 C421 C105 C802 C452 C906 C907 C451 C402 C404 C406 C407 C113 C900
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11-2 Wireless Remote Control-Buttons and Display
Temperature setting MPI(Micro Plasma Ion) mode indicator Fan speed indicator Battery life indicator Good Morning mode indicator
Airflow direction indicator Operating mode indicator (Auto, Cool, Dry, Fan, Heat) Turbo function indicator Silence indicator Energy saving indicator Remote control transmission indicator Off Timer indicator On Timer indicator
Power (On/Off) button Mode selection button (Auto, Cool, Dry, Fan, Heat) Swing button Digital On/Off button Turbo button Energy saving button On Timer button Off Timer button Time adjustment button
Temperature adjustment buttons Fan speed adjustment button
Auto Cleaning button Silence button good'sleep button Timer Set/Cancel button MPI(Micro Plasma Ion) mode adjustment button MPI(Micro Plasma Ion) On/Off button
11-3 Main Function
11-3-1 Basic Function
Mode Auto Mode
button on the remote control until Auto is displayed.
button on the remote control until Cool is displayed.
Press the displayed.
button to select the fan speed until the required setting is Auto Low Medium High
button on the remote control until Heat is displayed.
Mode Dry Mode
button on the remote control until Dry is displayed.
button on the remote control until Fan is displayed.
11-3-2 Applied Function
Mode good'sleep Mode
Press the button.
The timer indicator is displayed. The Off timer is blinking on the remote control.
Press the button. The air conditioner starts up in MPI-Auto mode automatically. The MPI mode also runs when the air conditioner is turned on. By pressing the button again, the MPI mode is canceled.
12-1 Items to be checked first
1. The input voltage should be rating voltage 10% range. The air conditioner may not operate properly if the voltage is out of this range. Is the link cable linking the indoor unit and the outdoor unit linked properly? The indoor unit and the outdoor unit shall be linked by 5 cables. Check the terminals if the indoor unit and outdoor unit are properly linked by the same number of cables. Otherwise the air conditioner may not operate properly. When a problem occurs due to the contents illustrated in the table below it is a symptom not related to the malfunction of the air conditioner.
No 1 Operation of air conditioner The OPERATION indication LED(BLUE) blinks when a power plug of the indoor unit is plugged in for the first time. Explanation It indicates power is on. The LED stops blinking if the operation ON/OFF button on the remote control unit is pushed.
1. Checklist : 1) Is input voltage normal? 2) Is AC power linked correctly? 3) Is input voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (11VDC-12.5VDC) 4) Is output voltage of DC regulator IC KA7805 (IC02) normal? (4.5VDC-5.5VDC) 2. Troubleshooting procedure
Unplug the power cord and plug it after 30 seconds
Press the Power Button on the remote control unit to operate the air conditioner does not operate Check the indoor unit control board Yes
Check the display board
Check whether 2 wires of power cord are connected correctly to the terminal block and control board.
Reconnect wires correctly
Yes Check whether the fuse on the control board is normal. FUSE(F701) : T3.15[A]/250[V]
Check the output of SMPS on the control board. Input power: AC23015%[V] IC02 Input: DC12[V] IC02 output: DC5[V]
PCB should be replaced
Yes Check the setting temperature
12-2-2 The Outdoor unit power supply error
1. Checklist : 1) Are the input power voltage and the power connection correct? 2) Is there no Fuse short in the indoor unit and outdoor unit? 3) Is the cable connected correctly between the indoor unit and outdoor unit in order. 4) Is the wire connected correctly to the terminal block of the indoor unit and outdoor unit? 2. Troubleshooting procedure
Is the voltage of indoor unit terminal block 1 and 2 correct after power input?
Is the R701 resistance of indoor PCB 200?
Exchange the PCB.
Yes Is the indoor unit fuse normal? Pull out the power cord and execute the following step after 30 seconds.
Exchange the fuse.
Is the outdoor unit normal? Yes Is the outdoor unit normal? Is the reactor connected correctly? Yes Is the +, - of C102 short?
Connect the reactor wire.
Disassemble the PCB from the case. Yes
Is there no error at the insertion of PCB? Yes
Exchange the PCB. Yes Is the +,- of C102 short? Yes Exchange the PCB. No
Are the BLDC FAN Wire 1 and 3 short? Yes Exchange the BLDC FAN.
12-2-3 When the Up/Down Louver Motor Does Not Operate. (Initial Diagnosis)
1. Checklist : 1) Is input voltage normal? 2) Is the Up/Down louver motor properly connected with the connector (CN61)? 2. Troubleshooting procedure
Is STD lamp blinking?
Check as in the procedure No Power.
Yes Does operation start when swing button of the remote control unit pushed? No Voltage at pin #30~#34 of micom (IC04) change?(Squarewave)
Micom (IC04) is faulty.
Yes Voltage at pin #2 ~ #5 of CN61(motor connector) change?(Squarewave) Yes Up/Down louver motor is faulty.
12-3-2 Inspection Procedure
1. Check connector connection and peeling of PCB or bronze coating pattern when you think the PCB is broken. 2. The PCB is composed of the 3 parts. 1. Indoor Main PCB Part : MICOM and surrounding circuit, relay, room fan motor driving circuit and control circuit, sensor driving circuit, power circuit of DC12V and DC5V, and buzzer driving circuit. 1. Display part : LED lamp, Switch, Remocon module 1. Outdoor Main PCB part : MICOM and surrounding circuit. IPM and PFC circuit and control circuit. 1. EMI PCB Part : Line filter and Noise Capacitor, Varistor
12-3-3 Indoor Detailed Inspection Procedure
No 1 Procedure Plug out and pull the PCB out of the electronic box. Check the PCB fuse. Supply power. If the operating lamp twinkles at this time, the above 1)~3) have no relation. Inspection Method 1) Is the fuse disconnected? Cause
Over current Indoor Fan Motor Short AC Part Pattern Short of the MAIN PCB
Checking the power voltage. 1) Is the DB71 input voltage AC200V~AC240V?
Power Cord is fault, Fuse open. Wrong Power
Cable Wiring, AC Part is faulty.
2) Is the voltage between both terminals of the C104 on the 2nd side of the transformer DC12V 0.5V? 3) Is the voltage between both terminals of OUT and GND of IC19(KA78L05) DC5V 0.5V? 3 Press the ON/OFF button. Checking the power voltage. 1) Is the voltage over AC180V being imposed on 1) terminal #3 and #5 of the fan motor connector(CN72)? 2) Check the voltage of both terminals of terminal block 1 and N(1) after 3 minute operation.: AC220V 4 Press the ON/OFF button. 1. FAN Speed [High] 2. Continuous Operation 1) Is the voltage over AC180V being imposed on 1) terminal #3 and #5 of the fan motor connector(CN72)? 2) The fan motor of the indoor unit doesnt run.
Switching Trans or Power Circuit is faulty
Power Circuit is faulty, Load Short
Relay(RY71) Coil Disconnection, IC05 is faulty
Relay(RY71) Contact is faulty
Fan Motor of the indoor is faulty
Fan Motor Connector(CN72) is faulty
3) The power voltage between terminal #3 and #5 of the connector(CN72) is 0V.
ASSY Main PCB is faulty Connection is faulty
12-3-4 Outdoor Detailed Inspection Procedure
No 1 Procedure Wait 30 seconds over after disconnecting the power cable Check the outdoor PCB. Inspection Method 1) Is C101 discharged? 2) Is the resistance of both terminals of C101 opened? 3) Is the fuse of EMI PCB normal? 4) Is the reactor wire connected? Cause
Over Current Inner short of PCB BLDC FAN Motor Error
Check the Outdoor unit PCB.
1) Is R701 200ohm? 2) Does ry74 operate normally? (IC05 & 16:0V, 1:5V) 3) Is the fuse(F701) normal? 4) Is the Sub PCB assembled normally?
Outdoor PCB Error SUB Relay(RY74) Error IC05 Error Indoor PCB Error
Check the LED lighting after power supply.
1) Normal: Red: Light On, Green: Flickering, Yellow: Light Off? 2) Is the voltage of C101 250V over? 3) Is the input of IC19 8V, and the output 5V? 4) Recheck after disassembling BLDC FAN Wire.
Cooling Q A
Q A Smells
Class Q A
Description Whenever the air conditioner is turned on, it stinks. There are no components in the air conditioner sending out chemical smells. But, when the air conditioner is turned on, other smell sources are sucked into the air conditioner and get out of it. So, find and root out the smell sources. Generally, when the drain hose is taken out to the washing room or there are sources of smells such as a diaper bin, a shoe shelf or a socks bin, bad smells generate. Also, it occurs where glass cleaners or air fresheners are used; when they are sucked in interacting with dusts and moistures inside, bad smells generate. These kinds of organic materials noxious to human bodies. So, we recommend against the use of them. Whenever the air conditioner is turned on, it smells sour. When the room is papered recently, its paste smells would be sucked inside. Also, when the air conditioner is installed in the study room of young boys loving sweat-generating activities such as the basketball, excessive sweats evaporate and get sucked into the air conditioner resulting in bad smells. So, find and root out the problem or refresh the room frequently. Whenever the air conditioner is turned on, it smells musty. It is due to the improper keeping of the product after its use. When keeping the product, dry up the inside with the operation of Ventilation to prevent must. When the product is kept without drying up the inside with Ventilation, mold would grow inside resulting in must. So, open the windows and switch on the Ventilation function to get rid of the saturated smell inside. Whenever the air conditioner is turned on, it sends out bad smells such as stale smells. It occurs generally when there are pet animals in the house. Their smells stay at the same place. But, when the air conditioner is turned on, the air gets circulated resulting in the circulation of the smells. So, find and root out the problem or refresh the room frequently. It sends out bad smells. When the air filter is filthy, it could send out bad smells. So, clean the filter and ventilate the room with the windows open while operating the Ventilation function. It won't start. There is a power failure or it is plugged out. Also, check if the power distribution panel is switched off. It goes off during operation. When the hot air does not escape properly, it goes off during operation. It occurs when it does not ventilate properly because the outdoor unit is covered, the back of the outdoor unit is blocked by a cardboard or a plywood panel, and the front of the outdoor unit is blocked by the closed window or other obstacles. Clear the above obstacles from the outdoor unit. It generally works properly. But, when it's considerably hot, it goes off during operation. It occurs when the outdoor unit is exposed to direct sunlight and the hot air does not escape properly. Set up a sun blind over the outdoor unit and clear the neighboring obstacles from the outdoor unit to provide good ventilation. When it goes off frequently during a heat wave, it would prevent the turn-off and increase the cooling capacity cleaning the outdoor unit or spraying some water to the heat exchanger. The remote controller won't operate. When the batteries run out or the transmitter or receiver of the remote controller is blocked by obstacles, change the batteries or keep the obstacles away from the controlling area. Also, the remote controller may not work under intensive light from a 3-wave length lamp or a neon sign due to the EMI. In this case, take the remote controller closer to the receiver.
1. Open the front panel by pulling tabs on the lower right and left sides of
the indoor unit.
2. 3. 4. 5.
Detach the front panel by pulling it forwards. Hold the edge of the air filter under the front panel and pull to release. Remove all dust on the air filter with a vacuum cleaner or brush. WHEN YOU FINISH, INSERT THE TOP OF THE FILTER INTO THE SLOT AND FIX IT TO 5 tabs or 3 tabs of the panel.
Body groove Body Air filter Front panel
6. CLEAN THE FRONT PANEL WITH A DAMP CLOTH AND MILD DETERGENT (do NOT use benzene, solvents or other chemicals).
7. Reassemble the air filter and the front panel.
Note : If you have not used the air conditioner for a long period of time, set the fan going for three to four hours to dry the inside of the air conditioner thoroughly.
14-5-2 Cleaning Anti-allergy Filter
Anti-allergy filter protects you from allergy-causing particles, even if you raise pets at home.
Open the upper front panel by pulling the lower right and left tabs of the panel. Detach the anti-allergy filter(sky blue) by pulling it forwards. Wash the filter with clean water. Make sure not to rub the filter when washing. Dry it in the shade, and then insert it in its place. Avoid direct sunlight when dry the anti-allergy filter. If not, it may cause variation.
Close the front panel.
You should clean the filters every 3 months even if the cleaning period might be different depending on how long and where you are using. The filter function is not affected even if deodorizing filter and anti-allergy filter are inverted.
14-5-3 Replacing Deodorizing Filter
Activated carbon is incorporated in the Deodorizing filter, efficiently absorbing cigarette smoke, pet odors and other unpleasant smells.
Open the upper front panel by pulling the lower right and left tabs of the panel. Detach the deodorizing filter(black) by pulling it forwards.
Replace the deodorizing filter with a new one into the slot. Use the deodorizing filter you purchased after removing the vinyl wrap.
Anti-allergy Filter Deodorizing Filter
You should clean the filters every year even if the replacing period might be different depending on how long and where you are using. You can purchase deodorizing filter at the customer care center. The filter function is not affected even if deodorizing filter and anti-allergy filter are inverted.
14-6-1 Before Installation
Keep the air conditioner outlet and inlet free from its surroundings. In case of installation, keep the symmetry and fix it to prevent vibration. The pipe length shall meet the standard as far as possible.
14-6-2 Installation Procedure
Install the product in an area to guarantee the best cooling effect, convenience of piping and electric work, and inexistence of vibration or wind.
Drill the wall downward in a diameter of 60 to 65mm.
Fixing Indoor Unit & Outdoor Unit
Fix the air conditioner indoor unit securely to the wall. Secure the outdoor unit in a suitable position.
Pipe Spooling & Connecting
You shall cut the pipe with a pipe cutter and grind all the burrs of the cut surface. Pipe expansion may continue until the pipe surface becomes uneven or torn apart. Be sure to use a torque wrench to tighten pipes or flare nuts. <Torque & Depth>
Outer Diameter(D) 6.35mm(1/4") 9.52mm(3/8") 12.70mm(1/2") 15.88mm(5/8") 19.05mm(3/4") Torque(kgfcm) 140~170 250~280 380~420 440~480 990~1,210 Depth(A) 1.3mm 1.8mm 2.0mm 2.2mm 2.2mm
Put an inert gas like nitrogen in the outdoor unit pipe and put soap bubbles or other test liquids on the pipe surface for the leak test.
Drain Hose Connecting
Install the drain hose downward to drain water naturally. Be sure to pour water into the hose to check if it drains well.
Electric & Earth Work
Electric and earth work shall meet the "Electric Facility Technology Standard" and the "Internal Wire Regulation" of the Electric Business Laws.
Inspection & Trial Run
Upon completion of the tests, you shall make a trial run while you explain the main functions of the air conditioner to finish the installation.
14-7-1 Air-Purge Procedure
1) Connect each assembly pipe to the appropriate valve on the outdoor unit and tighten the flare nut.
Outdoor unit Indoor unit Gas pipe side
2) Connect the charging hose of low pressure side of manifold gauge to the packed valve having a service port as shown at the figure.
Liquid pipe side D
3) Open the valve of the low pressure side of manifold gauge counter-clockwise.
4) Purge the air from the system using vacuum pump for about 30 minutes. Make sure that pressure gauge show -0.1MPa(-76cmHg) after about 30 minutes. This procedure is very important in order to avoid gas leak. Turn off the vacuum pump. Close the valve of the low pressure side of manifold gauge clockwise. Remove the hose of the low pressure side of manifold gauge.
5) Set valve cork of both liquid side and gas side of packed valve to the open position.
6) Mount the valve stem nuts and the service port cap to the valve, and tighten them at the torque of 183kgfcm with a torque wrench.
Job Name Purchaser Submitted to Unit Designation Specifications General Nom Cooling Capacity (Btu/h) 12,000 SEER 19.0 Cool Capacity Range (Btu/h) 3,100 to 14,300 Nom Heating Capacity (Btu/h) 13,600 HSPF 9.0 Heating COP 3.5 Heat Capacity Range (Btu/h) 3,100 to 17,500 Refrigerant Type R410A De-Hum (Pints/Hr) 3.0 Power Voltage 208/230v-1Ph-60Hz Breaker Size 15A RLA Cooling/Heating (Amps) 4.9/5.3A Controls Wireless Indoor Unit AQV12VBCN Airflow-High Speed (CFM) 320 Fan Speeds Turbo-High-Med-Low Noise Level Low/High (Db) 21/35 Width (Inches) 32 1/2" Height (Inches) 11 1/4" Total Depth (Inches) 7 7/16" Weight (lbs) 20 Condensate Connection 11/16" OD Outdoor Unit AQV12VBCX Outdoor Noise Level (Db) 45 Width (Inches) 31 1/8" Height (Inches) 21 5/8" Total Depth (Inches) 11 1/4" Weight (lbs) 72 Line Sets Size 1/4" & 3/8" Max Line Set Length inc 50 ft Max Vertical Separation of 26ft Charged with R410A for 50ft (31.7oz R410A) Addl R410A charge required No addl R410A rqd Certifications Safety UL & Ulc Performance ARI Certified ARI Certification reference # 1362399 Warranty 5 Years Compressor 3 Years Parts 120 Days ltd labor Options 25 or 50ft Line Sets Condensate Pumps Condenser Brackets Location Engineer Reference Schedule #
High Wall 12,000 Btu/h Heat Pump
Construction Indoor Unit shall be made from UL94 V0 HIPS The Outdoor unit shall be galvanized steel with a baked on powder coated finish for durability Heat Exchangers The heat exchangers shall be mechanically bonded fin to copper tube. Fins shall be Silver Nano coated Refrigerant System Compressors shall be a hermetically sealed DC Inverter drive rotary type Refrigerant shall be R410A. Refrigerant flow shall be controlled by Electronic Expansion Valve Indoor Fan The indoor unit fan shall be statically and dynamically balanced. An auto swing louver with dual blades shall direct airflow The outdoor unit fan shall be a propeller type Controls The unit shall be operated via a wireless remote Control signal shall be a DDC type signal Control wiring shall require 16AWG shielded wire Unit operating range shall be Cooling 14 DegF to 115 DegF Heating 5 DegF to 70 DegF Air Filtration MPI Ionizer provides Hydrogen and Oxygen Ions which destroy many viruses, allergens and molds contained in the air stream Dual washable Air Filters shall be treated with a Silver Nano coating
Due to Samsung's policy of on-going product development specifications are subject to change without notice
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