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Panasonic Air Conditioning SPARES AND PARTS, UK next day DELIVERY on selected parts.

 

Panasonic Air Conditioning SPARES AND PARTS, UK next day DELIVERY on selected parts. We also deliver WORLDWIDE to the USA, Europe, Canada, South and central America, Africa, Australia and Asia.

 

We can ship Panasonic air conditioning spares and parts including wall, cassette, floor, ducted and multi air conditioning units parts. Please call or email us your Lg air conditioning unit model number and required spare part. We will then contact you with the price, availability and shipping cost.

 

Including fan blades, thermistor probes, compressors, scroll compressor,  Inverter compressor, swing compressor, Inverter Pcb, printed circuit boards, air filters, fan motors, thermistors, drain pumps, remote controls, expansion valve, condenser coil, solenoid valve, crankcase heater, electronic thermostat, float switch, magnetic contactor,  capacitor, high pressure switch, low pressure switches and  PCB's, PWB's

 

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Orion Air Conditioning And Refrigeration Limited
10 Grisedale Court
Woburn Road Industrial Estate
Kempston
Bedfordshire
MK42 7EE
United Kingdom

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Panasonic Air Conditioning self diagnosis:

 

In the event of breakdown, proceed as follows to detect the error code.

1. Press CHECK button at the remote control continuously for more than five seconds to turn on diagnosis mode. _ _ will be displayed at the remote control LCD.

2. By pressing the TIMER ▲ button once, the next error code (if any) will be displayed; press ▼ button once, previous error code will be displayed.

3. If error code displayed matches the error code saved in unit memory (abnormality detected) Indoor PCB will buzzer for 4 seconds to indicate the correct error code.

4. If CHECK button is pressed again or without any operation for 30 seconds, the diagnosis mode will turn off.

5. Turn ON the unit and reset the error code by pressing the AC reset.

 

Panasonic air conditioning fault codes

 

 

ERROR CODES TABLE:

Warning: Electrical power must be disconnected when terminal protective cover is not in place to protect against electrocution.

Diagnosis

Abnormality /

Diagnosis Method

Diagnosis Checkpoint

Display

Protection Control

   

H11

Indoor/Outdoor

This trouble display appears when indoor/outdoor unit communication fails to be established after 30 or more

Measure the voltages of the indoor/outdoor unit communication cables, and check whether the voltage is being

 

abnormal

seconds.

supplied properly to the outdoor unit or whether it is being returned from the outdoor unit to the indoor units.

 

communication

   

H12

Indoor unit capacity

This trouble display appears when wrong in the total connection capacity and wrong connection in each capacity.

Check the total capacity of the units connected and check that the models are compatible for connection.

 

unmatched

The trouble is determined within 2 minutes after the power is turned on.

 

H14

Intake air temp.

This trouble display appears when the intake air temperature has exceeded above 46C continuously for 2 minutes

This trouble display appears when a temperature which is impossibly high or low from a normal standpoint has

 

sensor

or dropped below -54C continuously for 5 seconds during operation.

been detected. Check the sensor, and if open-circuiting (0L or ∞) or short-circuit is not found, defective contact of

     

the connector is to blame.

H15

Outdoor compressor

Check the sensor, and if open-circuit (more than 500 k) or (short-circuit) (less than 6.5 k) is not found, defective

 

temperature sensor

 

contact of the connector is to blame.

 

abnormality

   

H16

Outdoor Current

CU-2E: When a value of under 1.5A has been detected for the total current during operation beyond the set

1. Check the refrigerant cycle: Gas may be leaking (the amount of refrigerant is extremely low).

 

Transformer

capacity, the compressor operates with its operating frequency controlled to a maximum of 38Hz for 3 minutes,

2. Check the control PCB: Check for a broken wire (open circuit) in the current transformer. (If an open circuit is

   

and if it continues to operate at a total current of under 1.5A for another 3 minutes, its operation stops.

found, replace the control PCB) In the case of a scroll compressor (DC motor), H16 is detected only when the

   

CU-3E/4E: When the total current has dropped below the set current level continuously for 20 seconds during

regular compressor is operating.

   

operation beyond the set capacity, operation is stopped. Three minutes later, operation is started up again, and

 
   

when the trouble occurs on 4 successive occasions, the trouble display appears (the timer lamp blinks).

 

H19

Indoor fan motor

High-voltage PWM: When a state in which the fan motor speed is not synchronized with the control signal has been

1. Check the nature of the fan lockup trouble.

 

mechanism lock

detected on 7 successive occasions.

2. Check for disconnections of the fan motor connectors and for defects in contact, in the fan motor and in the

   

Low-voltage PAM: When the fan lock detection signal has been detected on 7 successive occasions or it has been

control PCB.

   

detected continuously for 25 seconds or when a state in which the fan motor speed is not synchronized with the control

 
   

signal has been detected on 7 successive occasions: The trouble display appears (the timer lamp blinks).

 

H23

Indoor heat exchanger

This trouble display appears when a temperature of under approximately -40C or above approximately 80C has

This trouble display appears when a temperature which is impossibly high or low from a normal standpoint has

 

temp. sensor

been detected by the heat exchanger temperature sensor continuously for 5 seconds. (This trouble is not detected

been detected. Check the sensor, and if (open-circuit) (0L or ∞) or short-circuit is not found, defective contact of

   

during de-icing.)

the connector or a defective control PCB is to blame.

H26

Ionizer Abnormality

1. Measure the voltages of the indoor unit communication cables, and check whether the voltage is being supplied

     

properly. 2. Check the ionizer needle and grounding plate is dust free.

H27

Outdoor air temp.

This trouble display appears when a temperature of under approximately -40C or above approximately 150C has

This trouble display appears when a temperature which is impossibly high or low from a normal standpoint has

 

sensor

been detected by the outside air temperature sensor for 2 to 5 seconds. (This trouble is not detected during

been detected. Check the sensor, and if open-circuiting (0L or ∞) or short-circuit isnot found, defective contact of

   

de-icing.)

the connector or a defective control PCB is to blame.

H28

Outdoor heat

This trouble display appears when a temperature of under approximately -60C or above approximately 110C has

This trouble display appears when a temperature which is impossibly high or low from a normal standpoint has

 

exchanger temp.

been detected by the heat exchanger temperature sensor for 2 to 5 seconds. (This trouble is not detected during

been detected. Check the sensor, and if open-circuiting (0L or ∞) or short-circuit is not found, defective contact of

 

sensor 1

de-icing.)

the connector or a defective control PCB is to blame.

H30

Outdoor discharge

CU-2E: This trouble display appears when a temperature of under approximately -16C or above approximately

This trouble display appears when a temperature which is impossibly high or low from a normal standpoint has

 

pipe temp. sensor

200C has been detected by the outlet temperature sensor for 2 to 5 seconds.

been detected. Check the sensor, and if open-circuiting (0L or ∞) or short-circuit is not found, defective contact of

   

CU-3E/4E: Disconnected discharge sensor When the condensation temperature is higher than the discharge

the connector or a defective control PCB is to blame.

   

temperature + (plus) 6C, a sensor disconnection is detected, operation stops, and the trouble display appears

 
   

(the timer lamp blinks).

 

H32

Outdoor heat exchanger

This trouble display appears when a temperature of under approximately -60C or over approximately 110C has

This trouble display appears when a temperature which is impossibly high or low from a normal standpoint has

 

temp. sensor 2

been detected continuously for 2 to 5 seconds by the outlet temperature sensor of the heat exchanger.

been detected. Check the sensor, and if open-circuiting (0L or ∞) or short-circuit is not found, defective contact of

 

(discharge pipe temp.)

 

the connector or a defective control PCB is to blame.

H33

Indoor / Outdoor

Indoor / Outdoor different model junction, 100V charge into 200V outdoor unit.

Check whether the voltage is being supplied properly to the outdoor unit or whether it is being returned from the

 

wrong connection

 

outdoor unit to the indoor units.

H34

Outdoor heat sink

This trouble display appears when a temperature of under -43C or above 80C has been detected by the outdoor

This trouble display appears when a temperature which is impossibly high or low from a normal standpoint has

 

temp. sensor

unit radiator fin sensor continuously for 2 seconds.

been detected. Check the sensor, and if open-circuiting (0L or ∞) or short-circuit is not found, defective contact of

     

the connector or a defective control PCB is to blame.

H36

Abnormal gas pipe

This trouble display appears when a temperature of under approximately -45C or above approximately 149C has

This trouble display appears when a temperature which is impossibly high or low from a normal standpoint has

 

temp. sensor

been detected by the outdoor unit gas side pipe temperature sensor continuously for 2 to 5 seconds.

been detected. Check the sensor, and if open-circuiting (0L or ∞) or short-circuit is not found, defective contact of

     

the connector or a defective control PCB is to blame.

H37

Outdoor liquid pipe

This trouble display appears when a temperature of under -45C or above 149C has been detected by the outdoor

This trouble display appears when a temperature which is impossibly high or low from a normal standpoint has

 

temp. sensor

unit liquid side pipe temperature sensor continuously for 2 seconds.

been detected. Check the sensor, and if open-circuiting (0L or ∞) or short-circuit is not found, defective contact of

     

the connector or a defective control PCB is to blame.

H38

Indoor / Outdoor

 

mismatch (brand code)

   

H39

Abnormal indoor

This display appears in rooms other than one in which indoor freezing trouble has occurred when the pipes have

 

operating unit or

been connected incorrectly, when an outdoor expansion valve is defective or when an expansion valve connector

 
 

standBy units

has become disconnected.

 

H41

Abnormal wiring or

CU-2E only This display appears when this kind of trouble is detected 3 minutes after a forced cooling operation

 

piping connection

was conducted for one room during the initial operation after the power was turned on. It appears when:

 
   

The indoor unit pipe temperature in a room without the capacity supply available at an outside air temperature

 
   

above 5C has dropped by more than 20C to 5C or lower 3 minutes after the compressor started up. The

 
   

outdoor unit gas pipe temperature in a room without the capacity supply available has dropped by more than 5C

 
   

to 5C or lower 3 minutes after the compressor started up.

 

H50

Ventilation failure

This display appears when ventilation motor is lock.

1. Check the voltage drop at pin 1 & 2 of CNVENT to have 14Vdc. 2. Check the ventilation hose condition from

     

ventilation opening until tip cover. 3. Check air fl ow from tip cover by hand.

 

 

 

 


 

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Air conditioning and refrigeration spare parts from all the manufacturers including fan blades, thermistor probes, compressors, scroll compressor,  Inverter compressor, swing compressor, Inverter Pcb, printed circuit boards, air filters, fan motors, thermisters, drain pumps, remote controls, expansion valve, condensor coil, solenoid valve, crankcase heater, electronic thermostat, float switch, magnetic contactor,  capacitor, high pressure switch, low pressure switches and  PCB's, PWB's.

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Contact Us:

Sales Installation and Service UK: +44 (0)1234 841221
Tel UK: 01234 841221        
Fax: +44 (0)1234 852662

Address:

Orion Air Conditioning And Refrigeration Limited
10 Grisedale Court
Woburn Road Industrial Estate
Kempston
Bedfordshire
MK42 7EE
United Kingdom

Email:  
info@orionair.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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