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I have a cloud9 airconditioner without operating manual. can anybody help me with one

Split airconditioner. indoor unit.model kfr-32gw/h

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SOURCE: MANUAL OPERATION OF SPLIT SYSTEM AIRCONDITIONER

In every model there different location of manual button. Some manual button are located in front of the indoor and some are at the back of the front grille near the control board.

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Posted on Jan 24, 2008

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SOURCE: NEED SERVICE MANUAL FOR FUJITSU SPLIT SYSTEM

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Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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SOURCE: ac split unit indoor an ouydoor unit electrical wiring diagram

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Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Chigo Mini Split KF-32GW/A. What is

E5
PG motor
display at
off state
flicker 5/7
SEC
display
at off
state
no feedback
signal of indoor
fan
1、Check whether two sets of plugs on the outlet end of
the motor have loosed from the socket of the
electric control board, insert it firmly when loosing.
2、Check whether the indoor motor has damaged, the
motor should be replaced when it is damaged
3、 Check whether the controllable silicon and other
components on the electric control board have
damaged, replace the controllable silicon or electric
control board when they are damaged.

Posted on Jun 26, 2010

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SOURCE: we have a msz-ga80va split

Just had the same thing happen to us with the same model (right on Xmas day).
Checked the circuit breaker is on in the fuse box. Power is on to the external unit. Filters are clean.
Internal unit activates... both indicator lights on. After 5 minutes blowing air it stops and the right indicator light goes out and the left indicator light blinks constantly.
The troubleshooting guide inside the internal unit (under the outer cover you open to clean the filters) suggests that 14 blinks is an abnormality with the external unit and refer to service manual.
Think we'll be calling a technician.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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