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SERVICE MANUAL

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
FOR SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY
HS2250FCRI
HS2250FCRE
TO INSTALL OR REMOVE UNIT, PLEASE READ
THE SERVICE MANUAL CAREFULLY
CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS AND PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
INDOOR UNIT + OUTDOOR UNIT
SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE
MODEL
COLOR
POWER SOURCE
TOTAL INPUT (W)
TOTAL AMPERES (A)
(Kcal/h)
(Kcal/h)
TOTAL INPUT (W)
TOTAL AMPERES ( A)
CAPACITY
Width
Height
(mm)
Depth
Ibs(kg)
SPLIT TYPE
INDOOR UNIT
HS2250FCRI
OUTDOOR UNIT
HS2250FCRE
MARBLE WHITE
1 220V 50HZ
850
4.0
2250
950
4.4
2500
785
248
168
8.5
820
520
220
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HS2250FCRI
HS2250FCRE
CAPACITY
COOLING
HEATING
DIMENSIONS
NET WEIGHT
1. SAFETY DURING REPAIR WORK ......... 1
2. SPECIFICATIONS ................................... 4
3. MAINTENANCE ...................................... 5
4. CONSTRUCTION AND DIMENSIONAL
DIAGRAM................................................ 7
5. MAIN PARTS COMPONENT................... 8
6. WIRING DIAGRAM ............................... 10
7. WIRING DIAGRAM OF THE PRINTED
WIRING BOARD ................................... 12
8. BASIC MODE ........................................ 14
9. AUTO SWING FUNCTION.................... 16
10. TROUBLE SHOOTING ......................... 17
11. PARTS LIST AND DIAGRAM ................ 19
DUCTLESS SPLIT TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER WITH HEATPUMP





SAFETY DURING REPAIR WORK
1. Read all instructions prior to attempting any repair work or service to the unit.
2. Prior to any disassembly and/or repair work being done to the unit in question, be sure to
unplug the power supply cord from the power outlet.
3. Should it be necessary to replace any parts, the parts must be replaced with the respective
genuine Hitachi parts for the unit and the replacement must be effected in the correct manner
and according to the instructions contained in the Service Manual of the unit.
4. After completion of any repairs to the unit, the unit should be restored to its initial state as
stipulated in the instructions.
5. Any modifications to the unit made by non-qualified or unauthorized personnel is strictly
prohibited.
6. Any tools and measuring instruments for use in repairs or inspection should be accurately
calibrated in advance.
7. When installing the repaired unit, it is important to be careful in order to prevent the occurrence
of any accident, (i.e. dropping the unit), which could cause electical shock, leak of current or
bodily injury.
8. To inspect the insulation of the unit, measure the insulation resistance between the power
supply cord and grounding terminal of the unit. The insulation resistance should be 1M or
more as measured by a 500V DC megger.
9. Prior to installation of the unit, the location, (i.e. window, floor or other) must be inspected to
ensure that the area is safe and strong enough to support the repaired unit.
10. No items of any flammable nature whatsoever should be stored or used anywhere near the
location of the unit.
11. Precautions must be taken to ensure that there is sufficient grounding for the unit.
Never attempt to repair
electrical parts, always
completely replace those
defective contacts and parts
-1-
Body grounding
(Elimik conductive band)
Clip for connection with a
grounding wire
1M
PREVENTION OF DAMAGE TO SEMICONDUCTORS
1. When carrying and handling semiconductors adopted in your Model during maintenance and
inspection thereof, special care should be taken to prevent the semiconductors
from being damaged. Also,such care should be taken when handling any faulty
Model which is to be returned to factory.
2. The semiconductors used in your Model are the followings:
(1) Micro computer
(2) Integrated circuits (IC)
(3) Transistors
(4) Printed circuit boards (PC boards) or the like on which the parts in (1) and (2) above are
provided
3. Cautions in handling
(1) Use a conductive container to carry or store the semiconductive parts. Even if they are
faulty always handle them using such a container.
(2) When parts as uncovered are handled (for counting, packing or for the like purpose), the
handler must use his own body as conductor for earthing. For this purpose, put on an
electrically conductive ring or bracelet at the wrist. Connect to the bracelet a conductor
provided with a resistor of 1 M and at the other end with a clip for connection to the
ground wire.
(3) Be careful that your clothes do not come in contact with any part while you are holding it,
even if the body grounding is established.
(4) Be sure to place the parts on a grounded metallic plate.
(5) Never fail to disconnect the power supply cord before starting repair of any PC board.
Then, proceed to repair PC board on the grounded metallic plate.
Fig. 2. Body grounding
Fig. 1. Conductive Container
-2-
A conductive polyvinyl bag
IC
Conductive sponge
IC
(6) Soldering iron to be used should be one with three wires (including a ground wire).
An ordinary soldering iron may also be used, but in such case, be sure to provide
perfect insulation (10M or more to 100volts).
(7) While inspecting the circuits during maintenance, strictly avoid any shortcircuiting of the
load circuit or other by the test probe of the measuring instrument.
Metal plate (of aluminium, stainless steel, etc.)
Working table
Resistor of 1M (1/2W)
Ground wire
Staple
Bare copper wire (for body grounding)
Fig. 3. Grounding of the working table
-3-
Fig. 4. Grounding a solder iron
Soldering iron
Grounding wire
Screw stop at the screwed
part using a rag plate
-4-
SPECIFICATIONS


MODEL
FAN MOTOR
FAN MOTOR CAPACITOR
FAN MOTOR PROTECTOR
COMPRESSOR
COMPRESSOR MOTOR CAPACITOR
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
THERMAL FUSE
FUSE
POWER RELAY
POWER SWITCH
TEMPORARY SWITCH
SERVICE SWITCH
TRANSFORMER
VARISTOR
NOISE SUPPRESSOR
FAN RELAY
REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH (LIQUID CRYSTAL)
THERMOSTAT
FUSE CAPACITY
COIL (FOR REVERSING VALVE)
RELAY (FOR FAN MOTOR OF CONDENSING
UNIT AND REVERSING VALVE)
HS2250FCRI
10W
1uF,400V~
YES
NO
NO
NO
YES (96 C)
3.15A/220V~
G4A-1A or DFT12D1-(H)
NO
YES
YES
YES
470NR
YES
G5N-1A or DQ12D1-0(M)
YES
YES (IC)
G5N-1A or DQ12D1-0(M)
NO
REFRIGERANT
CHARGING VOLUME
(REFRIGERANT 22)
1/4" (6.35) REFRIGERATING PIPE 157.5(4000)
1/2" (12.7) REFRIGERATING PIPE 157.5(4000)
HS2250FCRE
20W
2.5 uF,400V~
YES (INTERNAL)
SG533QB2
30uF,440V~
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES(220V/50Hz)
760
10A TIME DELAY FUSE
g
PIPES Inch(mm)
MAINTENANCE

WARNING
-5-
Before cleaning, stop the unit and disconnect the power supply.
Air filter
Clean the air filter regularly, as it removes dust inside the room. It should be washed when the
A clogged or dirty air filter will restrict the air flow and will decrease
the cooling capacity of the unit.
filter becomes dirty.
Further, noise volume may increase. Be sure to clean the filter
following the procedures below:
1
Procedure
Remove the air filter.
Hold both sides of the suction grille and gently
open it.
Pull the grille forward (Until the fixed position).
Gently lift the filter and release the claws (2
locations) at the lower part of the front cover
and remove the filter from below.
Remove dust from the air filter using a vacuum
cleaner.
If there is too much dust, use neutral deter-
gent and clean.
After using neutral detergent, wash with
clean water and dry in the shade (direct sun-
light will damage the air filter).
Re-install the air filters (Set them with "FRONT"
mark facing front).
Gently lift the suction grille and close to the
unit's original state.
(Press the both sides of the suction grille to fix
it securely.)
2
3
Do not apply excessive force in remounting and replacing the air filter to avoid damage.

Do not wash with hot water at more than 40 C(104 F). The filter may shrink.

When washing it, shake off moisture completely and dry it in the shade; do not expose it directly
to the sun. The filter may shrink.

Do not operate the air conditioner with the filter removed. Dust may enter the air conditioner and
cause damage to the unit.
Sucticn grille
Claws
Front cover
CAUTION
CAUTION
-6-
CLEANING OF FRONT COVER
MAINTENANCE AT BEGINNING OF LONG OFF PERIODS
Run the unit in the Operation Mode to

(FAN) and the fan speed to HI for about half a day on a
clear day, this will dry the unit of moisture for optimal efficiency.
1. When the front cover becomes dirty, wipe gently with a soft dry cloth.
2. When it is excessively dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth soaked in lukewarm water and neutral
detergent. Then wipe thoroughly with a soft dry cloth.
3. Do not use hot water (above 50C or 120F), benzine, gasoline, acid, thinner or a brush,
because they will damage the plastic surface and the coating of the unit.
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
Check the following before requesting repairs or service. If the malfunction persists, please contact
your dealer or service representative.
Problem Check the Following:
Does not operate 1. Is the fuse blown?
2. Is the voltage extremely high or low or fluctuating?
3. Is the power switch set to "OFF"?
Does not cool effectively 1. Is the filter full of dust or dirt?
See air filter cleaning instructions on previous page.
2. Does sunlight fall directly on the outdoor unit?
3. Is the airflow of the outdoor unit obstructed?
4. Are the doors or windows opened, or are there any sources
of heat in the room?
5. Is the set temperature suitable?
NOTE:
In quiet operation or when the unit is stopped, you may hear the following noises from the unit:
(1) Slight flowing noise of refrigerant in the refrigerating cycle.
(2) Slight rubbing noise from the fan casing which is cooled and then gradually warmed as operation stops.
A slight odor will possibly be emitted from the unit because the various odors trapped in the air filter, such as
smoke, foodstuffs, cosmetics and so on. If so, please clean the air filter and the evaporator at the beginning of
the season to reduce the odor.
58
103
820
2
4
8

3
0
MODEL:HS2250FCRE
Bottom piping position lead out
Drain outlet
Drain hose Drain pan
mm
P
7
2250
9.52
220
-8-
MAIN PARTS COMPONENT
THERMOSTAT
Thermostat Specifications
FAN MOTOR
Fan Motor Specifications
MODEL MODEL: HS2250FCRI
THERMOSTAT MODEL IC
OPERATION COOL HEAT
INDICATION ON 20.6(69.1) 20.0(68.0)
16 OFF 20.3(68.5) 20.3(68.5)
INDICATION ON 28.6(83.5) 28.0(82.4)
24 OFF 28.3(82.9) 28.3(82.9)
INDICATION ON 36.6(97.9) 36.0(96.8)
32 OFF 36.3(97.3) 36.3(97.3)
TEMPERATURE C( )
MODEL HS2250FCRI HS2250FCRE
PHASE SINGLE SINGLE
RATED VOLTAGE 220V~ 220V~
RATED FREQUENCY 50Hz 50Hz
OUTPUT 1 0 W 2 0 W
POLE NUMBER 4 6
CONNECTION
20 C RM=444 RA2=67 RA=199.0
(68 ) RA1=139 RA3=95 RM=193.0
75 C RM=540 RA2=81.5 RA=243.8
(167 ) RA1=169 RA3=115.5 RM=237.7
RESI STANCE
VALUE( )
F
F
F
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RM
RED
WHITE
BLUE
RA3
RA2
RA1
CAPACITOR
GRAY
INTERNAL
THERMAL FUSE
RED
BLACK RM
RA
GRAY
CAPACITOR
C
C
C
CONNECTION
EXTERNAL OVERLOAD RELAY YES
RESISTANCE VALUE
( )
Compressor Motor specifications
20 RM = 3.73
(68 ) RA = 3.76
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F
S (RED)
R(ORANGE)
C (WHITE)
MODEL HS2250FCRE
COMPRESSOR MODEL SG533QB2
PHASE SINGLE
RATED VOLTAGE 220V~
RATED FREQUENCY 50Hz
LOCKED ROTOR CURRENT 18A at 240V
POLE NUMBER 2
When the Air Conditioner has been operated for a long time with the capillary tubes clogged or
crushed or with too little coolant, check the color of the refrigerant oil inside the compressor.
If the color has been changed conspicuously, replace the compressor.
CAUTION

COMPRESSOR MOTOR
C
MODEL :HS2250FCRI / HS2250FCRE
A : COMPRESSOR P : POWER RELAY
B : FAN MOTOR Q : THERMAL FUSE
F :
1uF CAPACITOR
30uF CAPACITOR
2.5uF CAPACITOR
R : SURGE ABSORBER
G : S : THERMISTOR
H : T : TRANSFORMER
I : FAN MOTOR PROTECTOR U : OVER-LOAD PROTECTOR
J : TERMINAL BOARD V : VARISTOR
Y : REVERSING VALVE RELAY W : FAN RELAY
L : EXTERNAL FAN RELAY X : FUSE
N : REVERSING VALVE M : AUTO SWEEP MOTOR
BLU:BLUE YEL:YELLOW BRN: BROWN WHT:WHITE
GRY:GREY ORN:ORANGE GRN:GREEN RED:RED
BLK:BLACK PNK:PINK VIO:VIOLET
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K02 Start/Stop Room temperature up Room temperature down
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P00 Button alternative
WIRING DIAGRAM OF THE PRINTED WIRING BOARD
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TROUBLE-SHOOTING
No cooling or heating
Operates by setting the service
switch to forced cooling? *3
YES
Return the service switch to
Normal
Set the remote control unit to an
operation status and press the ON/
OFF button
No operation at all.
Is the level LO (approx. 0.5V)
between driver IC 2 pin power
relay and 0V?
NO
Check the circuit board inside parts.
When checking.carry out a self
diagnosis by indoor indicator lamp
*1 Before using the service switch,disengage
and engange the plug.Do not operate the
remote control unit.
Check the following parts and replace if faulty
1) Current fuse Remove and check the continuity across.
2) Varistor
Check whether the appearance is blackish or not.
The resistance must be infinite. *2
3) Transformer
Thereaf t er, check t he secondar y
voltage (approx 12V AC).
4) Power switch
Check the continuity between contacts
5) Fan motor
protector
(109 C) Continuity across if there is no continuity,
also check the fan motor and capacitor.
6) Thermal fuse for
Electric parts
(96C) Continuity across if there is no continuity.
check the electric parts and replace if abnormal.
YES
Power relay abnormal
Call service to
replace Power relay
Compressor does not turn on at LO
Is the level LO (approx. 0.5V)
between driver IC 1 pin FAN
Relay and 0V?
NO
YES
Fan Relay abnormal
* 3 Wait for 3 minutes before forced
re-operation by the service switch.
Call service to replace
faulty part
16
11
*2 Before checking the varistor, detach at a terminal.
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*1
NO
[Self diagnosis by the indoor indicator lamp]
You can locate cause of trouble from the manner of flashing of the Timer indicator light on the
indoor unit display.
1 time
13 times
14 times
15 times
(1) In Heating,total stop
when indoor heat
exchanger temperature is
low.
(1) Reversing valve (outdoor)
(2) Reversing valve relay
(3) IC1
(4) Heat cxchanger termistor
(2) In cooling, total stop
when indoor heat
exchanger temperature is
high.
Total stop when heat
exchanger thermistor is
short-circuited or open
circuited.(Reset)
(1) Heat exchanger
thermistor
(1) Total stop when room
temperature thermistor is
short-circuited or open
circuited.(Reset)
(1) Room temperature
thermistor.
Remote control is disabled while the Timer lamp is flashing.
To check operation, turn off the power switch and turn it on again.
Reasons of indication Check parts
Flashing mode of Timer
indicator light
CAUTION
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(1) Date of E
2
PROM (1) E
2
PROM is abnormal.
(2) The transmission between
E
2
PROM and MICON is
abnormal.
5 sec.
5 sec.
5 sec.
5 sec.
1 time
13 times
14 times
15 times

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NO. PARTS NO. HS2250FCRI QUANTITY / UNIT PARTS NAME
1 HS2250FCRI-001 1 EVAPORATOR
2 HS2250FCRI-002 1 FAN MOTOR
3 HS2250FCRI-003 1 TANGENTIAL FAN
4 HS2250FCRI-004 1 BEARING
5 HS2250FCRI-005 1 CABINET
6 HS2250FCRI-006 1 DRAIN PAN
7 HS2250FCRI-007 1 FRONT COVER
8 HS2250FCRI-008 1 FILTER
9 HS2250FCRI-009 1 MOUNTING PLATE
10 HS2250FCRI-010 1 BEARING COVER
11 HS2250FCRI-011 1 DRAIN HOSE
12 HS2250FCRI-012 1 EVAPORATOR CONNECTOR(1)
13 HS2250FCRI-013 1 ELECTRIC BOX
14 HS2250FCRI-014 1
15 HS2250FCRI-015 1
STEPPING MOTOR
REMOTE CONTROL
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MODEL:HS2250FCRE
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NO. PARTS NO. HS2250FCRE QUANTITY / UNIT PARTS NAME
1 HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
HS2250FCRE
-001 1 COMPRESSOR
2 -002 1 CONDENSER
3 -003 1 COMPRESSOR TOP COVER
4 -004 1 NUT
NUT 5 -005 3
6 -006 1 FAN MOTOR
7 -007 1 PROPELLER FAN
8 -008 1 COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR 30uf
9 -009 1 FAN MOTOR CAPACITOR 2.5uf
10 -010 1 CABINET
11 -011 1 PLATE(R)
PLATE(L)
12 -012 1
13 -013 1 BACK PLATE
14 -014 WIRE CONNECTOR
15 -015 1
1
1/4" SERVICE VALVE
16 -016 1 1/2" SERVICE VALVE
17 -017 3 COMPRESSOR INSULATOR
18 -018 1 COMPRESSOR INSULATOR (TOP)
19 -019 1 4 WAY VALVE
20 -020 1 COIL (4 WAY VALVE)
No. Fan Cooling Sensor dehumidification Circulation Automatic
Operation mode
Control function
1
Start/stop button,
basic mode
2 Timer
operation
OFF timer
ON timer
OFF ON
timer

3 Circulation
mode
Automatic
HI
MED
LO
Operation in "HI" mode
Operation in "MED" mode
Operation in "LO" mode
Operation in "HI" mode
Operation in "MED" mode
Operation in "LO" mode
Example for "HI" mode
"HI" , "MED" or "LO" operation is
executed according to the thermostat
signal.(Refer to "Thermostat operation" .)
Same as on the left.
Same as on the left.
Same as on the left.
4
Thermostat operation
H HI
L MED
S LO
The power relay is
delay by 2 seconds
from the start of
thermostat operation
Only circulation
with cut velocity is
executed, independent
of the thermostat
signal.
(1) Strong
(1) In case of "Automatic" mode
"LO" and "Stop" are repeated according to the
thermostat signal, independent of the setting.
(1) When the set temperature is lower than the room
temperaure.
The min. ON time of the power relay is 3 minutes, and the
min. OFF time also is 3 minutes.
The indoor fan is not delayed with operation start by start/
stop button ON.
The indoor fan is not delayed by 5 sec with operation start
by thermostat operation.
(2) Set temperaure higher than room temperaure.
Notes:
Forced operation by start/stop
button ON is executed even
with thermostat OFF.
The room temperaure 30 sec.
after operation start, minus
0.66 deg, becomes the set
temperature.
When the room temperature
is 16 C or lower, 16 C
becomes the set temperaure.
The other operations are the
same as for (1)

The "Automatic" speed mode


for each operation mode is used
independent of the setting.
( "Low" at the time of "Sensor
dehumidification" .)
The operation mode at the
start of operation differs as
shown below according to
the room temperature.
Cooling The set temper-
ature shall be 27 C
Sensor
dehumidi-
fication
The set temper-
at ur e shal l be 2
degrees below the
room temperature at
the start of operation.
A shift is not accepted at the time of operation start.
There is no switching between modes after start of
operation.
When the operation is started again within 20 min. after
stop with the start/stop button, operation will be executed
in the previous mode.
The operation details are the same as for each operation
mode.
The set temperature is set with the room temperature
adjustment button.Correction by V, 3 C is possible with.
At this time, the operation mode judgement temperature
also is shifted at the same time. However, correction is
possible only in cooling and heating operation mode, but
not in "Sensor dehumidification" mode.
Note:
The min. ON time of the power relay
is 3 minutes, and the min. OFF time
also is 3 minutes.
(2) In other modes than "Automatic"
Same as above (but operation is
made with the velocity set at the
time of operation start).
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23
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C
+3
Start/Stop Switch
Fan Relay H
Fan Relay L
Fan Relay S
Power Relay
+2
+1
+0
- 1
- 2
- 3
(set temperature)+
(Temperature shift amount)
BASIC MODE
Table 2 Sensor operation values
Item
Thermostat
operation
ON temperature
(Thermostat
relay) power
relay
( C)
Differential( )
Cooling, Sensor
dehumidification
16 20.6
24 28.6
32 36.6
0.33
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Low-temperature (T1) ON( C) 5.5
defrosting Reset( C) 6.0
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No. Fan Cooling Sensor dehumidification Circulating Automatic
Operation mode
Control function
5
The set temperature
after sleep shift in
sensor dehumidification
operation is limited by
16 C
The operation is
switched OFF at
the set time.
Notes:
60 minutes after the sleep key is switched on, sleep operation is
started.
When the sleep key is switched on during OFF timer operation,the
OFF timer will be canceled.
When the sleep key is switched on during OFF timer operation,the OFF timer will be canceled.
Timer Lamp
Operation Lamp
Sleep Key
Start/Stop Switch
Set Temperature
2 deg up
60 minutes
Reservation
When the sleep key is switched on during ON after a timer reservation, sleep operation will be started.
Sleep operation is executed for
each operation mode.
Sleep operation is executed for
each operation mode.
Sleep key
Table 1 Specifications
Operation switching Automatic Yes
Heating No
Fan Yes
Sensor Yes
dehumidification
Cooling Yes
Temporary switch Yes(automatic)
Service switch Heating No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Cooling Yes
Nice temperature reservation Yes
Automatic fresh defrosting
Defrosting
Pd cut 1
Pd cut 2
Pd cut 3
Heating load reduction
External fan relay Yes
Reversing valve relay
Reversing valve lock protection
Sleep circuit Yes
Heater operation at the time of sensor No
dehumidification
Automatic blowing direction Yes
Filter sign Yes
Wireless mode wireless (indoor unit)
Item
Other detailed specifications
1 . When the room temperature rises within 3
minutes after thermostat OFF during cooling
operation with automatic velocity, the blowing
velocity changes in the order of S L H
in the same way as at the time of thermostat
ON.
2 . Even when operation stop is executed at the
time of outside fan OFF by overload,
automatic fresh defrosting will not be
executed.
3 . In case of switching from "Sensor dehumi-
dification" operation to "Cooling" , as it is
when the thermostat is ON. 3 min delay will
not be entered. However, the set room
temperature and the bl owi ng vel oci ty
will be according to the remote control signal.
The same appl i es for swi tchi ng from
"Cooling" to "Sensor dehumidification.The
same also applies for "Automatic" sensor
dehumi di f i cat i on, cool i ng " Sensor
dehumidification" , "Cooling" .
4 . After entry into trouble mode (when the
indication lamp is flashing), the rapid feed
mode can not be changed.
5 . When operati on by ni ce temperature
reservati on i s executed duri ng sl eep
operation, normal operation will be continued,
and t he advance t i me becomes t he
temperature difference between the set
temperature without sleep shift and the room
temperature.
Notes:
C
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2
3
4
CN11
(PH-4P)
INDOOR TEMPERATURE
THERMISTOR
1
3
2
TEMPORARY
SWITCH
J9
J10
J11
J12
5V
J7
J1
J2
A
H
H
uP
uP
Y
3.15
96
J14
50Hz
220V
7