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ROOM AIR CONDITIONER

SP06A10 SP08A10

SP10A10 SP12A10

SERVICE Manual

AIR CONDITIONER

CONTENTS

11.

Precautions

12.

Product Specifications

13.

Installation and Operating

 

Instructions

14.

Disassembly and Reassembly

15.

Troubleshooting

16.

Exploded Views and Parts List

17.

Block Diagram

18.

PCB Diagram

19.

Wiring Diagram

10.

Schematic Diagram

1. Precautions

1.Warning: Prior to repair, disconnect the power cord from the circuit breaker.

2.Use proper parts: Use only exact replacement parts. (Also, we recommend replacing parts rather than repairing them.)

3.Use the proper tools: Use the proper tools and test equipment, and know how to use equipment may cause problems laterintermittent contact, for example.

4.Power Cord: Prior to repair, check the power cord and replace it if necessary.

5.Avoid using an extension cord, and avoid tapping into a power cord. This practice may result in malfunction or fire.

6.After completing repairs and reassembly, check the insulation resistance.

Procedure: Prior to applying power, measure the resistance between the power cord and the ground terminal. The resistance must be greater than 30 megaohms.

7.Make sure that the grounds are adequate.

8.Make sure that the installation conditions are satisfactory.

Relocate the unit if necessary.

9.Keep children away from the unit while it is being repaired.

10.Be sure to clean the unit and its surrounding area.

Fig. 1-1Avoid Dangerous Contact

Fig. 1-2No Tapping and No Extension Cords

Fig. 1-3No Kids Nearby!

Fig. 1-4Clean the Unit

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2.Product Specifications

2-1Table

Item

Unit of

SP06A10

SP08A10

 

SP10A10

SP12A10

Measure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Type

 

 

WINDOW

 

Dimension:

mm

520×345×485

 

600×394×595

(Width×Height×Depth)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voltage

Volt

 

115

 

 

Phase

-

 

SINGLE

 

Frequency

Hz

 

60

 

 

Operation Current

A

5.4

6.6

 

9.3

10.5

Power Consumption

W

610

740

 

1000

1170

Refrigerant Type

FREON

 

R22

 

Refrigerant Change

g

300

470

 

450

635

Capacity

BTU/h

6500

8000

 

10800

12600

EER

BTU/h.W

10.8

10.8

 

10.8

10.8

Net Weight

Kg

26

29

 

43

45

Condenser

Row

2×15

3×15

 

2×17

3×17

Condenser Fan

Type

 

Propeller Fan

 

Evaporator

Row

2×11

2×11

 

2×12

2×10

Evaporator Fan

Type

 

Blower

 

Fan Motor

MODEL

YSLA-40-6-0002

YSLA-40-6-0003

 

YGN60-6B

YGN60-6B

Compressor(Rotary)

MODEL

39A062HS1EA

44A076HU1EB

 

44B098HX1EF

44B117HX1EL

Overload Protect

-

MRA12146-120

MRA12083-120

 

MRA12132-12007

MRA12053-12007

08

08

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compressor Capacitor

μF/VAC

40/370

35/370

 

45/370

50/370

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fan Motor Capacitor

μF/VAC

8/450

8/450

 

15/250

15/250

Fan Speed

RPM

920/850/800

1050/1010/970

 

890/850/800

890/860/750

Thermo Control

-

 

THERMISTOR

 

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2-2Dimensions

2-2-1Main Unit

D

Front view

(Unit : mm)

MODEL

W

H

D

SP06A10

520

345

485

SP08A10

 

 

 

SP10A10

600

394

595

SP12A10

 

 

 

Side view

H

H

W

2-2-2Remote Control

Remote control

 

transmission indicator

Mode selection button

 

 

Operating mode

(Cool, Fan, Dry)

( Cool, Dry,

Fan)

 

Temperature setting

Temperature adjustment

 

 

buttons

Sleep mode

Sleep timer setting button

 

Energy Saving mode

Fan speed adjustment

 

Fan speed

button

Energy Saving button

 

On Timer setting

Timer setting button

 

Off Timer setting

Timer Set/Cancel button

 

Battery discharge indicator

 

 

On/Off button

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3. Installation and Operating Instructions

3-1Installation

3-1-1Selecting Area for Installation

1.Make sure that you install the unit in an area providing good ventilation. The air conditioner must not be blocked by any obstacle affecting the air flow near the air inlet and air outlet.

2.Make sure that you install the unit in an area that allow good air handling. The installation area must be able to endure vibration from the unit.

3.Make sure that you install the unit away from heat or vapor.

4.Make sure that you install the unit in an area which is cool and has adequate space.

5.Make sure that you install the unit in an area away from TVs, audio units, cordless phones, fluorescent lighting fixtures and other electrical appliances (obtain a clearance of at least one meter).

6.Make sure that you install the unit in an area which provides easy drainage for condensed water.

7.Make sure that you install the unit in an area not exposed to rain or direct sunlight.

(Install a separate sunblind if exposed to direct sunlight.)

8.Make sure that you install the unit in an area allowing good air movement. Do not install it in a space that would cause noise amplification of noise.

9.Fix the unit firmly if mounted in a high place.

Caution:

Do not use the air conditioner in the following environments : greasy areas (including areas near machines), or marine areas. Contact your local dealer for advice.

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3-2Function Description

Timer indicator

Temperature/Timer

 

settings

 

Energy Saver indicator

Remote control

 

sensor

 

 

Dry adjustment indicator

Fan speed

On/Off button

adjustment button

 

 

Mode selection button

 

(Cool, Fan, Dry)

 

Temperature

 

adjustment buttons

3-2-1Cooling operation mode

The compressor is turned on and off according to the ambient temperature and set temperature.

1)Compressor on and off control

Compressor on and off control according to the ambient temperature

*The compressor is turned off when "ambient temperature = set temperature

*The compressor is turned on when "ambient temperature = set temperature +1˚C"

2)Default value after power reset set temperature = 75˚F

Fan speed = High

3) Set temperature indicating (setting) range : 1˚F interval from 64˚F to 86˚F.

3-2-2Fan operation mode

1)If "Fan operation mode" signal is received from remocon or panel.

the compressor is immediately turned off and only fan motor is operated at set blowing speed.

it changes such as "High Med Low High"( if Fan speed is selected).

2)The initial Fan motor speed is set to "High".

3)The set temperature can not be indicated and set.

3-2-3Energy saver operation mode

*If the compressor turn off at the cooling operation, the fan motor turn off after operation during the fixation time only, and operation that energy saver by turn off the fixation time only, and operation that energy saver by turn off the motor continuously before the condition of the compressor on.

*The fan motor is not operated at flow wind operation.

*Energy saver operation specification at the cooling operation.

1)Fan motor control in compressor on : operate with setting wind speed

2)Fan motor control in compressor off : After compressor off, the fan motor is operated breeze for 2 minutes and then it turn off.

3)After the fan motor off, the compressor and fan motor is operated normally when the compressor on.

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Installation and Operating Instructions

3-2-4Sleep operation mode

1)Enable to sleep operation only when cooling operation.

2)First, 7-SEGLED DISPLAY "SLEEP" while 15 second, Second,7-SEGLED DISPLAY "8Hr" And, automatically SET OFF after operated while 8 Hour

3)If sleep operation, setting Temperature rise 1˚C after 1 Hour

4)ON TIMER operation, not operation, ENERGY SAVER operation, not sleep operation.

3-2-5Dry operation mode

If the atmosphere in the room is very humid or damp,use this operation mode. It can remove excess humidity without lowering the room temperature too much.

1) The quantity of air is adjusted automatically.

3-2-6LED display indication in case of error detection

ERROR OPERATION

7-SEG

LED DISPLAY

 

ROOM THERMISTOR

E1 displayed

(OPEN or SHORT)

 

1)Set operation in case of error occurrence.

Malfunction of each temperature sensor (open, short)

-Error mode display, warning sound.

-The operation status is off.

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4. Disassembly and Reassembly

4-1Compressor Replacement Flow Chart

 

 

Locate cause of defect

 

 

 

Release refrigerant

 

 

 

Disconnect electrical wiring

 

 

 

from compressor

 

 

 

Cut refrigerant lines

 

 

 

from compressor

 

 

 

Plug disconnected lines

 

 

 

Replace compressor

 

Inspect electrical

Solder discharge line

Solder suction line

Use nitrogen gas

wiring for defects,

 

 

 

and terminals for

 

 

 

correct and secure

 

 

 

connections

 

 

 

 

 

 

Perform soldering function

Y

 

 

 

Problem?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fill system with

 

 

 

nitrogen gas

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check for leakage

Corrective action

 

 

Y

Check refrigerant oil level

Leakage?

 

 

 

 

 

N

Release nitrogen gas?

Y N

Low oil level?

Evacuate system

Add oil as necessary

Recharge system

Pinch and braze filling tube

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