), • Inverter PCB Elevated discharge sensor signal(s) shorted to 5vdc or battery e. An excerpt from our troubleshooting an AquaRite article, regarding your problem:. • Service valve closed • Tho - R 3: flashes 3 times ( E 37-3) • Addressing error of external units • Insufficient refrigerant disconnected. All the models, from the most popular to the rarest ones. Open L 3 phase power supply on the primary side. R410A. anomaly, Compressor temperature sensor malfunction. View and Download Mitsubishi Electric AE-200A service handbook online. • Clogged ( EEV , filter), Power transistor overheats for 15 minutes, • Malfunction of the power transistor to E 5. Possible Causes of Mitsubishi Heavy Error, • Bad contact or breakage of the signal wire Mitsubishi Electric can offer solutions that deliver the quality and excellence you would expect from a world-leading supplier. When turned on and during operation, the microprocessor through many sensors checks the errors of the Mitsubishi Heavy air conditioner in order to stop its operation in time if the parameters are violated. In one SL network, automatic addressing (from the control panel) and manual addressing are mixed. If the printing is from a computer, powering off the computer, waiting a few seconds, and then powering it back on will normally clear the print queue. loose balance belt. thermistor: of the outdoor unit When turned on and during operation, the microprocessor through many sensors checks the errors of the Mitsubishi Heavy air • Defective control PCB of the external unit, Malfunction of the high pressure sensor / low pressure Mitsubishi Heavy error codes with numbers E32 - E75 refer to outdoor units and are displayed on all wired remotes of this freon circuit. circuit • Faulty compressor (motor bearing), Error determining the position of the compressor rotor ( desynchronization ), • Malfunction of the outdoor fan motor • Tho - R 2: flashes 2 times ( E 37-2) • Faulty PCB of anomaly Manufacturer Specific Codes P1100 Induction Control Motor Position Sensor Fault. temperature sensor • Faulty PCB control unit outdoor unit. • Insufficient refrigerant volume malfunction • Faulty outdoor temperature sensor mismatch • Refrigerant refueling • Refrigerant additionally indicates a problem Alltech Services is a company specialising in air conditioning control systems, electrical lighting design, car park gas monitoring, electrical switchboard, computerised maintenance and more. • Power transistor radiator rib improperly fixed • Power transistor supply voltage • Inadequate refrigerant quantity and malfunction of the refrigerant • Refrigerant overheating control error, • Faulty inverter PCB • Faulty connector between malfunction • Abnormal • Tho - R 1: flashes 1 time ( E 37-1) Air-conditioners for building application (125 pages), Manual will be automatically added to "My Manuals", Handling and Characteristics of Piping Materials, Refrigerant, and Refrigerant Oil, Characteristics of the New and Conventional Refrigerants, Types and Maximum Allowable Length of Cables, Outdoor Unit Centralized Controller Switch Setting, Outdoor Unit Power Jumper Connector Connection, Room Temperature Detection Position Selection, Various Control Methods Using the Signal Input/Output Connector On Outdoor Unit, Example System with an MA Remote Controller, Single Refrigerant System (Automatic Indoor/Outdoor Address Startup), Single Refrigerant System with Two or More LOSSNAY Units, Grouped Operation of Units in Separate Refrigerant Circuits, System with a Connection of System Controller to Centralized Control Transmission Line, System with a Connection of System Controller to Indoor-Outdoor Transmission Line, Example System with an ME Remote Controller, Example System with an MA and an ME Remote Controller, Chapter 3 Major Components, Their Functions and Refrigerant Circuits, External Appearance and Refrigerant Circuit Components of Outdoor Unit, Outdoor Unit Refrigerant Circuit Diagrams, Functions of the Major Components of Outdoor Unit, Functions of the Major Components of Indoor Unit, External Appearance and Refrigerant Circuit Components of BC Controller, BC Controller Refrigerant Circuit Diagrams, Functions of the Major Components of BC Controller, Chapter 4 Electrical Components and Wiring Diagrams, M-NET Board (Transmission Power Supply Board), Transmission Booster Electrical Wiring Diagrams, Outdoor Unit Switch Functions and Factory Settings, Indoor Unit Switch Functions and Factory Settings, Remote Controller Switch Functions and Factory Settings, Oil Recovery During Compressor Operation at Low Frequency, Compressor Discharge Superheat Control (Expansion Valve, Evaporation Temperature Control (Expansion Valves, Refrigerant Circuits and Refrigerant Cycle Diagrams, MA and ME Remote Controller Functions and Specifications, Making the Group and Interlock Settings From an ME Remote Controller, Making Group and Interlock Settings From Another Remote Controller, Selecting Remote Controller Functions From an ME Remote Controller, Making Interlock Settings From an MA Remote Controller, Changing the Room Temperature Detection Position, Checking the Refrigerant Charge During Operation, Evaluating and Adjusting Refrigerant Charge, Operation Characteristics and Refrigerant Charge, Chapter 7 Troubleshooting Using Error Codes, Error Code and Preliminary Error Code Lists, Error Code Definitions and Solutions: Codes [0 - 999], Error Code Definitions and Solutions: Codes [1000 - 1999], Error Code Definitions and Solutions: Codes [2000 - 2999], Error Code [2500] (Models with a Drain Sensor), Error Code [2500] (Models with a Float Switch), Error Code [2502] (Models with a Drain Sensor), Error Code [2502] (Models with a Float Switch), Error Code Definitions and Solutions: Codes [3000 - 3999], Error Code Definitions and Solutions: Codes [4000 - 4999], Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 108 (TKMU), Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 108 (YKMU), Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 109 (TKMU), Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 109 (YKMU), Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 110 (TKMU), Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 111 (TKMU), Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 111 (YKMU), Error Codes [4250, 4255] Detail Code 101 (TKMU), Error Codes [4250, 4255] Detail Code 101 (YKMU), Error Code [4250] Detail Codes 103, 106, and 107 (TKMU), Error Code [4250] Detail Codes 106 and 107 (YKMU), Error Code Definitions and Solutions: Codes [5000 - 5999], Error Codes [5104, 5105, 5106, 5107, 5109, 5111], Error Code Definitions and Solutions: Codes [6000 - 6999], Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = BC Controller (BC), Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = Outdoor Unit (OC), Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = Indoor Unit (IC), Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = LOSSNAY (LC), Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = ME Remote Controller, Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = System Controller, Error Code [6607] All Error Source Addresses, Error Code [6607] No Error Source Address, Error Code Definitions and Solutions: Codes [7000 - 7999], Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Based On Observed Symptoms, The LCD Momentarily Lights Up and Then Goes Off, HO" and "PLEASE WAIT" Do Not Go Off the Screen, Air Conditioning Units Do Not Operate When the ON Button Is Pressed, Units in the Cooling Mode Do Not Operate at Expected Capacity, Units in the Heating Mode Do Not Operate at Expected Capacity, Checking Transmission Waveform and for Electrical Noise Interference, Comparing the High-Pressure Sensor Measurement and Gauge Pressure, High-Pressure Sensor Configuration (63HS1,PS1,PS3), Pressure Sensor Circuit Configuration and Troubleshooting Pressure Sensor Problems, Comparing the Low-Pressure Sensor Measurement and Gauge Pressure, Troubleshooting Outdoor Unit Fan Problems, Troubleshooting Problems with Major Components On BC Controller, Troubleshooting Flowchart for Solenoid Valves, Checking the Compressor for Ground Fault and Coil Resistance Problems, Checking the Inverter Board Error Detection Circuit, Checking the Inverter for Damage at No-Load, Checking the Fan Board Error Detection Circuit at No Load, Checking the Fan Motor for Ground Fault and Coil Resistance Problems, Checking the Inverter for Damage During Compressor Operation, Checking the Fan Inverter for Damage at No Load, Checking the Fan Inverter for Damage with Load, Solutions for the Main Earth Leakage Breaker Trip, Solutions for the Main No-Fuse Breaker Trip, Simple Check On Inverter Circuit Components, Troubleshooting Problems with Intelligent Power Module, Troubleshooting Problems with Diode Stack, Troubleshooting Problems with IGBT Module, Troubleshooting Problems with Outdoor Unit Transmission Power Supply Circuit, Solenoid Valve Block and Check Valve Replacement Instructions, 8-17 BC Controller Maintenance Instructions, Troubleshooting Problems Using the LED Status Indicators On the Outdoor Unit, Chapter 9 Led Status Indicators On the Outdoor Unit Circuit Board, Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Based on Observed Symptoms, Troubleshooting Problems with Major Components on BC Controller, Simple Check on Inverter Circuit Components, Troubleshooting Problems Using the LED Status Indicators on the Outdoor Unit, Mitsubishi Electric HP120TNU-A Service Handbook, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-RP200 Service Handbook, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-P72 Service Handbook, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-WP200 Service Manual, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-P200 Service Handbook, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-80TMU Service Handbook, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-P200YLM-A(1) Service Handbook, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-(E)P200 Service Handbook, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-EP200 Service Handbook, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-P72TYJMU-A Service Handbook, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-WP-YJM-A Data Book, Air Conditioner Mitsubishi Electric PURY-(E)P-YLM-A (-BS) Installation Manual, Page 16: Handling And Characteristics Of Piping Materials, Refrigerant, And Refrigerant Oil, Page 19: Characteristics Of The New And Conventional Refrigerants, Page 31: Types And Maximum Allowable Length Of Cables, Page 35: Outdoor Unit Power Jumper Connector Connection, Page 36: Start/Stop Control Of Indoor Units, Page 37: Various Control Methods Using The Signal Input/Output Connector On Outdoor Unit, Page 43: Example System With An Ma Remote Controller, Page 45: Single Refrigerant System With Two Or More Lossnay Units, Page 47: Grouped Operation Of Units In Separate Refrigerant Circuits, Page 49: System With A Connection Of System Controller To Centralized Control Transmission Line, Page 51: System With A Connection Of System Controller To Indoor-Outdoor Transmission Line, Page 53: System With Multiple Bc Controllers, Page 57: Example System With An Me Remote Controller, Page 59: Example System With An Ma And An Me Remote Controller, Page 62: 2-10 Restrictions On Refrigerant Pipes, Page 68: Restrictions On Refrigerant Pipe Size, Page 74: Chapter 3 Major Components, Their Functions And Refrigerant Circuits, Page 76: External Appearance And Refrigerant Circuit Components Of Outdoor Unit, Page 77: Outdoor Unit Refrigerant Circuits, Page 78: Outdoor Unit Refrigerant Circuit Diagrams, Page 80: Functions Of The Major Components Of Outdoor Unit, Page 83: Functions Of The Major Components Of Indoor Unit, Page 84: External Appearance And Refrigerant Circuit Components Of Bc Controller, Page 87: Bc Controller Refrigerant Circuit Diagrams, Page 90: Functions Of The Major Components Of Bc Controller, Page 96: Chapter 4 Electrical Components And Wiring Diagrams, Page 98: Outdoor Unit Circuit Board Arrangement, Page 101: Outdoor Unit Circuit Board Components, Page 102: M-Net Board (Transmission Power Supply Board), Page 109: Outdoor Unit Electrical Wiring Diagrams, Page 111: Transmission Booster Electrical Wiring Diagrams, Page 112: Bc Controller Circuit Board Arrangement, Page 113: Bc Controller Circuit Board Components, Page 115: Bc Controller Electrical Wiring Diagrams, Page 128: Dipswitch Functions And Factory Settings, Page 132: Indoor Unit Switch Functions And Factory Settings, Page 133: Remote Controller Switch Functions And Factory Settings, Page 141: Oil Recovery During Compressor Operation At Low Frequency, Page 142: Compressor Discharge Superheat Control (Expansion Valve, Page 147: Refrigerant Circuits And Refrigerant Cycle Diagrams, Page 154: Actions Performed In Different Modes, Page 161: Ma And Me Remote Controller Functions And Specifications, Page 162: Making The Group And Interlock Settings From An Me Remote Controller, Page 166: Selecting Remote Controller Functions From An Me Remote Controller, Page 168: Making Interlock Settings From An Ma Remote Controller, Page 170: Changing The Room Temperature Detection Position, Page 172: Operation Characteristics And Refrigerant Charge, Page 173: The Amount Of Refrigerant To Be Added, Page 175: Refrigerant Charge Adjustment Mode, Page 177: 6-10 The Following Symptoms Are Normal, Page 178: Standard Operation Data (Reference Data), Page 179: Dual Unit Combination (Standard), Page 182: Chapter 7 Troubleshooting Using Error Codes, Page 186: Error Code And Preliminary Error Code Lists, Page 190: Error Code Definitions And Solutions: Codes [0 - 999], Page 191: Error Code Definitions And Solutions: Codes [1000 - 1999], Page 193: Error Code [1302] (During Operation), Page 195: Error Code Definitions And Solutions: Codes [2000 - 2999], Page 196: Error Code [2500] (Models With A Float Switch), Page 197: Error Code [2502] (Models With A Drain Sensor), Page 198: Error Code [2502] (Models With A Float Switch), Page 202: Error Code Definitions And Solutions: Codes [3000 - 3999], Page 203: Error Code Definitions And Solutions: Codes [4000 - 4999], Page 208: Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 108 (Tkmu), Page 209: Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 108 (Ykmu), Page 210: Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 109 (Tkmu), Page 211: Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 110 (Tkmu), Page 212: Error Codes [4220, 4225] Detail Code 111 (Ykmu), Page 215: Error Codes [4250, 4255] Detail Code 101 (Tkmu), Page 216: Error Codes [4250, 4255] Detail Code 101 (Ykmu), Page 217: Error Code [4250] Detail Codes 103, 106, And 107 (Tkmu), Page 218: Error Codes [4250, 4255] Detail Code 104, Page 219: Error Codes [4250, 4255] Detail Code 105, Page 221: Error Code Definitions And Solutions: Codes [5000 - 5999], Page 222: Error Codes [5104, 5105, 5106, 5107, 5109, 5111], Page 224: Error Codes [5111, 5112, 5115, 5116], Page 226: Error Code [5301] Detail Code 115 (Tkmu), Page 227: Error Code [5301] Detail Code 116 (Tkmu), Page 228: Error Code [5301] Detail Code 118 (Tkmu), Page 229: Error Code [5301] Detail Code 119 (Ykmu), Page 230: Error Code [5301] Detail Code 120 (Ykmu), Page 231: Error Codes [5305] Detail Code 133, Page 232: Error Codes [5305] Detail Code 134, Page 234: Error Code Definitions And Solutions: Codes [6000 - 6999], Page 238: Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = Outdoor Unit (Oc), Page 239: Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = Indoor Unit (Ic), Page 240: Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = Lossnay (Lc), Page 241: Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = Me Remote Controller, Page 242: Error Code [6607] Error Source Address = System Controller, Page 243: Error Code [6607] All Error Source Addresses, Page 244: Error Code [6607] No Error Source Address, Page 250: Error Code Definitions And Solutions: Codes [7000 - 7999], Page 260: Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Based On Observed Symptoms, Page 263: The Lcd Momentarily Lights Up And Then Goes Off, Page 264: Ho" And "Please Wait" Do Not Go Off The Screen, Page 265: Air Conditioning Units Do Not Operate When The On Button Is Pressed, Page 267: The Lcd Momentarily Lights Up And Then Goes Off, Page 272: Units In The Heating Mode Do Not Operate At Expected Capacity, Page 274: Outdoor Units Stop At Irregular Times, Page 275: Checking Transmission Waveform And For Electrical Noise Interference, Page 278: Pressure Sensor Circuit Configuration And Troubleshooting Pressure Sensor Problems, Page 279: Comparing The Low-Pressure Sensor Measurement And Gauge Pressure, Page 280: Troubleshooting Solenoid Valve Problems, Page 283: Troubleshooting Outdoor Unit Fan Problems, Page 286: Possible Problems And Solutions, Page 288: Troubleshooting Problems With Major Components On Bc Controller, Page 292: Troubleshooting Flowchart For Levs, Page 295: Troubleshooting Flowchart For Solenoid Valves, Page 299: Troubleshooting Inverter Problems (Tkmu), Page 301: Checking The Inverter Board Error Detection Circuit, Page 302: Checking The Inverter For Damage During Compressor Operation, Page 303: Checking The Fan Inverter For Damage At No Load, Page 304: Checking The Fan Inverter For Damage With Load, Page 305: Solutions For The Main No-Fuse Breaker Trip, Page 306: Simple Check On Inverter Circuit Components, Page 307: Troubleshooting Problems With Intelligent Power Module, Page 308: Troubleshooting Problems With Diode Stack, Page 309: Troubleshooting Inverter Problems (Ykmu), Page 311: Checking The Inverter Board Error Detection Circuit, Page 312: Checking The Inverter For Damage During Compressor Operation, Page 313: Checking The Fan Inverter For Damage At No Load, Page 314: Checking The Fan Inverter For Damage With Load, Page 315: Solutions For The Main No-Fuse Breaker Trip, Page 316: Simple Check On Inverter Circuit Components, Page 319: Troubleshooting Problems With Outdoor Unit Transmission Power Supply Circuit, Page 321: Troubleshooting Problems With Outdoor Unit Transmission Power Supply Circuit, Page 322: 8-14 Measures For Refrigerant Leakage, Page 324: 8-15 Compressor Replacement Instructions, Page 326: Solenoid Valve Block And Check Valve Replacement Instructions, Page 330: 8-17 Bc Controller Maintenance Instructions, Page 333: Troubleshooting Problems Using The Led Status Indicators On The Outdoor Unit, Page 334: Chapter 9 Led Status Indicators On The Outdoor Unit Circuit Board. 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