1 Universal Split Systems If there is a fault on any LG Universal unit, a two digit number will appear on the remote controllers led display. If the unit does not have a remote controller the fault will be displayed using the LED's on the front of the indoor unit. Tens Units Units Digit (Red) Tens Digit (Green) The Units digit of the fault code is shown by the power led which has the following symbol by it This is usually Red, but on a few models it is Green. The Tens digit will be displayed by one other led, usually the Sleep or Filter lamp. Error Indicator: The function provides self-diagnosis and displays an error code if there is any trouble. Error codes are displayed on the Indoor unit s Wired Remote as CH**, and/or Fascia Display. In addition, the code is indicated via LED s on the outdoor unit control board. If more than two troubles occur simultaneously, the lower number of error code is displayed first. After an error occurs, if error is released, error LED is also released simultaneously. Indoor Unit Faults: Error code Contents Case of error 01 Air sensor (open/short) Open / Short circuit Off 02 Inlet pipe sensor Open / Short circuit Off 03 Communication(Indoor Wired R/Control) 04 Drain pump / Float switch Communication Poorly Float switch Open circuit (High level water alarm) Indoor Status 05 Communication(Indoor Outdoor) Communication Poorly Off 06 Outlet pipe sensor Open / Short circuit Off 07 Different operation mode Indoor units set in different operation modes Off 09 Checksum Error Defective PCB or EEPROM Connections Off 10 BLDC Motor Fan Lock (Indoor) Fan Motor or PCB Defective Off HL Hard Lock (Controlled by External Source) Controlled by Dry Contact or Central Controller Off CL Child Lock Function selected Not an error, press Timer & Min buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds to toggle On/Off On Po Jet Cool Mode selected Not an error, press Jet Cool button to toggle On/Off On Off Off - 1 -
2 Outdoor Unit Faults can also be read from the outdoor unit PCB using the flashing LED s as below: Error code Contents LED01G (Red) LED02G (Green) 21 IPM Fault (Compressor Over current) 2 times 1 time Case of Error Compressor malfunction, IPM Fault Outdoor Status 22 CT 2 (Max. Current) 2 times 2 times Current is 14A Off 23 DC Link Low Volt. 2 times 3 times DC Link volt. Is 140V Off 24 Low / High Pressure 2 times 4 times Low / High press switch OPEN Off 25 AC Low / AC High Volts. 2 times 5 times Abnormal AC volt. Input. Off 26 DC Compressor Position 2 times 6 times Off 27 PSC Fault (Reactor) 2 times 7 times Off 28 DC Link High Volts 2 times 8 times Off Off 29 COMP Over Current 2 times 9 times Inverter Compressor input current is over 30A 32 Discharge Pipe Temp. High (INV) 3 times 2 times D-Pipe Temp (Inv.) >105 C Off 33 Discharge Pipe Temp. High (Cons.) 3 times 3 times D-Pipe Temp (Const) >105 C Off 39 Communication Error 3 times 9 times Communication Error Between PFC and INV PCB s 40 CT Circuit 4 times CT Circuit malfunction Off 41 D-Pipe sensor INV. (Open/Short) 4 times 1 time Open / Short circuit. Off 44 Air sensor (Open/Short) 4 times 4 times Open / Short circuit Off 45 Cond. Pipe Sensor (Open/Short) 4 times 5 times Open / Short circuit Off 46 Suction Pipe Sensor (Open/Short) 4 times 6 times Open / Short circuit Off 47 D-pipe Sensor Cons. (Open/Short) 4 times 7 times Open / Short circuit Off 48 D-Pipe & Air Sensor (Open) 4 times 8 times Dual Sensor unplugged Off 51 Over Capacity 5 times 1 times Over Load Combination Off Communication Error (Main micom Sub micom) Communication Error (Indoor Outdoor) Outdoor 3-Phase Power Supply Reverse Phase / Missing Phase 5 times 2 times Poor/Loss of Communication Off 5 times 3 times Poor/Loss of Communication Off 5 times 4 times Incorrect Wiring Off 60 EEPROM Check Sum 6 times Check Sum Mis-Match Off 61 Cond. Pipe Sensor Temp. High 6 times 1 time Cond. Temp. High Off 62 Heat Sink Sensor Temp. High 6 times 2 times Heat Sink Temp. High Off 63 Cond. Pipe Sensor Temp. Low 6 times 3 times Cond. Temp. Low Off 65 Heat Sink Sensor (Open/Short) 6 times 5 times Open / Short circuit Off 67 Outdoor BLDC Fan Lock 6 times 7 times Fan Motor/Circuit Problem Off 73 PFC Fault Error (S/W) 7 times 3 times Inverter PCB input current is over 48A (Peak) for 2ms 105 Comms. Error (Main board Fan board) 6 times 5 times Poor/Loss of Communication Off [The codes are explained in detail on the following pages] Off Off Off - 2 -
3 Fault code 01 Is a fault with the Indoor unit return air Thermistor Unplug the Thermistor from the PCB and Check its resistance check against this graph: Resistance of Air thermistor Resistance k Ohms Alternatively the sensor can be tested while still connected to the PCB measure the DC voltage across the resistor and check it against the graph below. 3.5 Voltage across Air thermistor Volts DC
4 Fault code 02 Is a problem with the Indoor unit coil inlet Thermistor Unplug the Thermistor from the indoor PCB and Check its resistance against this graph: Coil thermistor resistance k Ohms 20 Resistance k Ohms Alternatively the sensor can be tested while still connected to the PCB measure the DC voltage across the resistor and check it against the graph below. 4.0 Voltage across coil thermistor 3.0 Volts DC Temp - 4 -
5 Fault Code 03 LG Air Conditioning - Universal Split Fault Codes Sheet Indicates a wiring error between the remote controller and the fan coil, this is most common in group control applications where more than 1 fan coil is connected to a single remote controller. Firstly check the wiring has been done correctly see below Next check the switch in the back of the remote controller, it has to be set to Group or GR1 for group control, the Factory setting is Single or SG, after setting the switch reset the power for 2 minutes. If the fault does not clear, check the Voltage of the remote controller cable. The Red cable is 12 Vdc The Brown or Black cable is Ground or 0 Vdc The Yellow is signal (Comms.) Test Voltage across the Brown/ Black cable and the Red, this should be 12 Vdc Voltage from Yellow to Brown/Black this should be fluctuating between 8 12 Vdc
6 Fault Code 04 LG Air Conditioning - Universal Split Fault Codes Sheet Fault code CH04 indicates that the float switch of the fan coil has risen. On fan coils without a drain pump it indicates that the jumper (blue plug with 30mm of blue wire) in terminal CN FLOAT is missing. If the fan coil is running and the float rises it will take 3 ½ minutes for the fault to show on the controller, this is to give the unit time to pump excess water away. Once the float falls, (or the jumper is put back into the board) it will not be possible to clear the fault for 40 seconds. It is considered good practice to reset the power to clear this fault code. Fault Code 05 These error codes indicate a communication fault between the indoor and outdoor units; it appears approximately 5 minutes after powering up the system. The communication between the units is a fluctuating DC voltage commonly called a serial signal, it can be easily lost if the wiring is not done correctly. If there is a communication error fault CH05 will appear on the Wired Remote within 5 mins of powering up the system. Testing First check for any isolator or switches on the interconnecting cable and ensure both the Comms and Neutral are un-switched. Then confirm connections are correct and secure at both the Indoor and Outdoor units. Check if any other devices are connected on the interconnecting cable, remove such equipment, and connect them elsewhere. Open the outdoor unit to reveal the Main PCB and identify the Green and Red LED s on that board. The Green LED should be lit steadily if power is present, the Red LED should be doing one of the following:- 1. If the outdoor unit receives communications from the indoor unit, the Red LED should be flickering. 2. If the Red LED glows steadily without flickering, then no communication is being received from the indoor unit. Check the interconnecting cables for any short or open circuits, not forgetting the connecting cables between the terminal rail and PCB on both Indoor & Outdoor units. Repair wiring, or replace the Indoor PCB as necessary. 3. If the Red LED does not light at all, then the fault is with the outdoor PCB, or connections to it. Confirm that the Outdoor PCB is receiving power (Green LED lit). Repair wiring, or replace the Outdoor PCB as necessary. 4. If Condition 3 above applies please check the following and repair/replace as required. Failure to do so may result in the new PCB becoming damaged. a. Check PCB Control Fuse, if blown, identify cause and rectify. b. Check Fan Motor(s). i. AC Motors for Short Circuits or Down to Earth. ii. BLDC Motors (See Product Technical Update - Sheet 83). c. Reversing Valve Coil, for Short Circuit or Down to Earth. d. Reactor, for Open Circuit. e. Electronic Expansion Valve Down to Earth (See Product Technical Update - Sheet 96). f. Compressor, for Short Circuit or Down to Earth. Additional Tests: Set your meter to DC Volts, Test between terminals 2 and 3 of the outdoor unit and wiring terminals, you should see 0-75 Vdc, it will be fluctuating rapidly. If this signal voltage is not present disconnect the wire from terminal 3 of the inter unit cabling, and test terminal 3 Voltage again. If Voltage is still not present, the outdoor PCB must be faulty. If this signal voltage is detected leaving the outdoor unit, reconnect wire 3 and check what is being received at the indoor unit. Disconnect wire 3 from the indoor terminal block and check the DC Voltage between this wire and terminal 2. It should be the same as what you saw at the outdoor unit, if not your wiring is at fault. With the wire still disconnected, check between terminals 2 & 3. You should see a relatively steady voltage in the range of Vdc (Negative). Any significant difference would indicate a faulty Indoor PCB. Important: Comms Errors are also created on Universal Synchro Systems when they are not configured/commissioned correctly. Please follow the correct Synchro Commissioning Procedures
7 Fault code 06 Is a problem with the Indoor unit coil outlet Thermistor Unplug the Thermistor from the indoor PCB and Check its resistance against this graph: Coil thermistor resistance k Ohms 20 Resistance k Ohms Alternatively the sensor can be tested while still connected to the PCB measure the DC voltage across the resistor and check it against the graph below. 4.0 Voltage across coil thermistor 3.0 Volts DC Temp - 7 -
8 Fault Code 07 On Multi split systems, the first unit switched on is the cool heat master, the master tells the condensing unit what to do. If the condenser is in heating and any slave is set to cooling a CH07 fault code will appear. Likewise if the condenser is in cooling and any slave is set to heating a CH07 fault code will appear. If the master is switched off the next longest running unit becomes the master. To clear the fault turn off the unit at the remote controller, turn it back on again and change the mode Fault Code 09 Check for loose connections or dry joints where EEPROM connects on Main PCB, repair if possible, if not replace PCB. Fault Code 10 Indoor Fan Motor problem, See Fault Code 67 for Troubleshooting help. Fault Code 21 This fault is caused by an over current in the inverters DC power circuit. If the DC part of the circuit exceeds 14 Amps fault code 21 will be displayed. This is caused by either the inverter PCB being faulty or compressor being short circuit or down to earth. Disconnect the electrical connections to the compressor and check the resistance of the compressor windings, measure from U to V, V to W and W to U the values should be between 0.25 and 5 Ohms each. The next test is to measure the resistance of the compressor windings to earth. Using a Megger (High Voltage Meter) measure the resistance from any of the 3 compressor terminals to an Earth point (pipe work). The value should exceed 2 M Ohms. If the compressors fail these tests it will need replacing. If the compressor is OK you will need to check the inverter output voltages. Please see section on Inverter testing at end. Fault Code 22 This fault is caused by a Compressor over-current see code 21 Please see section on Inverter testing at the end. Fault Code 23 This fault indicates a fault in the DC part of the inverter circuit; it means that the Dc Voltage to the inverter is below 140 V Dc, it should be 370 V for single phase machines and 600 V dc for three phase machines. The - 8 -
9 fault is usually caused by the inverter charging resistor being faulty; this component is mounted on the outdoor unit PCB and cannot be replaced. Start the unit running and measure the DC Voltage supply to the inverter. This is easiest to measure at the inverter capacitors; it should be 370 V for single phase machines and 600 V dc for three phase machines See section on Inverter testing at the end. Fault Code 24 If the unit has a low or high pressure fault CH24 will display. If the LP switch goes open circuit the compressor will be stopped, on inverter units this can take up to 30 seconds. The LP Switch goes open circuit when the suction pressure falls below 0.5 bar the Hp Switch opens at 41 bar. The fault code will only occur if the pressure switch is tripped 5 times within 1 hour, this can only be reset by switching off the power to the condensing unit for 2 minutes. If your unit does not have any pressure switches it may still have a plug on the outdoor unit PCB labelled CN Press, it should have a link plugged in, if the link is missing it must be replaced. Fault Code 25 This fault indicates a problem with the incoming power supply to the system. Measure the Voltage of the incoming supply, if it is less than 140V AC or greater than 300V AC this fault will occur. If the Power supply is correct and the fault persists replace the outdoor unit PCB. Fault Code 26 This fault indicates a problem with the positioning system of the inverter compressor, which indicates a seized compressor. Firstly check the compressor is correctly connected. Next reset the power supply to the system ensuring the power is left off for 5 minutes. Start the unit up, after a couple of minutes the compressor will try and start, you can hear a high pitched whine when it does. If the compressor does not start turning within a couple of seconds the whining will stop. The compressor will try to start 3 times then the fault will recur. Fault Code 27 This fault indicates a problem with the inverter module, see section on testing inverters. Also check reactor is connected to the PCB and check its resistance it should be well under 1 Ohm. Fault Code 28 This fault indicates a problem in the DC part of the inverter circuit; it means that the DC Voltage to the inverter is too high. Start the unit running and measure the DC Voltage supply to the inverter. This is easiest to measure at the inverter capacitors; it should be 370 V for single phase machines and 600 V dc for three phase machines. See section on Inverter testing at end. Fault Code 29 Check and correct for any: 1. Overload operation (Pipe restrictions / Restricted Airflow / EEV defect / Refrig. Overcharged) 2. Compressor damage (Insulation damage / Motor damage) 3. Input Voltage Low 4. ODU Inverter PCB assembly damage - 9 -
10 Fault Code 32 Indicates that the Inverter compressor discharge temperature is high (above 105ºC) this usually indicates the system has either a shortage of refrigerant or a blockage in the system. Reset the power to the unit for 2 minutes and restart it. If the compressor starts measure the compressor discharge temperature, typically it should not be more than 50ºC above the ambient temperature around the condensing unit. It may take quite a long period for the compressor to overheat so don t just start the unit and run. Make sure you check the unit is operating correctly and providing adequate cooling. Fault Code 33 Indicates that the fixed speed compressor discharge temperature is high (above 105ºC) this usually indicates the system has either a shortage of refrigerant or a blockage in the system. Reset the power to the unit for 2 minutes and restart it, If the compressor starts measure the compressor discharge temperature, typically it should not be than 50ºC above the ambient temperature around the condensing unit. It may take quite a long period for the compressor to overheat so don t just start the unit and run. Make sure you check the unit is operating correctly and providing adequate cooling. Fault Code 39 Check and repair or replace as necessary: 1. PCB defect / Wiring defect 2. Different Micom Software Version 3. ODU Inverter PCB assembly damage Fault Code 40 This fault indicates a problem with the current drawn by the AC part of the inverter circuit. Refer to the inverter testing procedure at the end
11 Fault Code 41 LG Air Conditioning - Universal Split Fault Codes Sheet This fault indicates an Inverter Compressor discharge Thermistor fault Unplug the Thermistor and Check its resistance check against this graph: Resistance of discharge pipe thermistor 250 resistance kohms temp Alternatively the sensor can be tested while still connected to the PCB measure the DC voltage across the resistor and check it against the graph below. Voltage across discharge thermistor Voltage DC Temp
12 Fault Code 44 Indicates a fault with the Outdoor unit air Thermistor Unplug the Thermistor from the PCB and Check its resistance check against this graph: Resistance of Air thermistor Resistance k Ohms Alternatively the sensor can be tested while still connected to the PCB measure the DC voltage across the resistor and check it against the graph below. 3.5 Voltage across Air thermistor Volts DC
13 Fault Code 45 Indicates a problem with the condenser coil outlet Thermistor Unplug the Thermistor from the indoor PCB and Check its resistance against this graph: Coil thermistor resistance k Ohms 20 Resistance k Ohms Alternatively the sensor can be tested while still connected to the PCB measure the DC voltage across the resistor and check it against the graph below. 4.0 Voltage across coil thermistor 3.0 Volts DC Temp
14 Fault Code 46 Indicates a problem with the compressor suction Thermistor Unplug the Thermistor from the indoor PCB and Check its resistance against this graph: Coil thermistor resistance k Ohms 20 Resistance k Ohms Alternatively the sensor can be tested while still connected to the PCB measure the DC voltage across the resistor and check it against the graph below. 4.0 Voltage across coil thermistor 3.0 Volts DC Temp
15 Fault Code 47 LG Air Conditioning - Universal Split Fault Codes Sheet Indicates an Inverter Compressor discharge Thermistor fault Unplug the Thermistor from the PCB and Check its resistance check against this graph: Resistance of discharge pipe thermistor 250 resistance kohms temp Alternatively the sensor can be tested while still connected to the PCB measure the DC voltage across the resistor and check it against the graph below. Voltage across discharge thermistor Voltage DC Temp
16 Fault Code 48 LG Air Conditioning - Universal Split Fault Codes Sheet This fault indicates that the compressor discharge sensor and the condenser air temperature sensors are both unplugged. Both these sensors are connected to a single connector on the outdoor unit PCB, plug it in and the fault will go away. Fault Code 51 This indicates that the capacity of the indoor unit / units is too great for the condensing unit. Make a note of the model number of the fan coil/coils and the condensing unit and check with the equipment supplier that the units you have installed can be connected together. Fault Code 52 This fault code indicates a communication error between the Main and Sub micom (CPU s) on the outdoor unit main PCB. Check for evidence of damage, if none found reset power, if fault reappears replace pcb. Fault Code 53, (see fault code 05) Fault Code 54 This fault normally indicates a lost phase or the phases are reversed on the power supply to 3 phase units. Check all 3 phases are available at the power terminals to the unit. You should have 415v AC across red to blue, blue to yellow and red to yellow, If this is all ok turn off the power and swap the red and yellow cores of the power supply cable over, reset the power and the unit will operate. Fault Code 60 Check the correct PCB assembly has been installed, check for dry joints, replace outdoor unit PCB if nothing is found. Fault Code 61 Indicates the outdoor unit condenser coil temperature is high above 65ºC, this will usually be experienced in cooling mode and will indicate insufficient air being drawn over the coil. Check there are no blockages to the coil (carrier bags dirt etc); check the air flow is not short circuiting from the front to the back of the unit and check for Nitrogen in the system. Fault Code 62 Indicates the outdoor unit Inverter heat-sink thermistor has detected that the heat sink is overheating 85ºC. This is usually caused by debris blocking the heat-sink fins or an error with the thermistor, see code
17 Fault Code 65 LG Air Conditioning - Universal Split Fault Codes Sheet Is a problem with the Inverter PCB heat sink thermistor for the heat sink on the outdoor unit PCB, unplug the Thermistor from the PCB and Check its resistance against this graph: resistance of Heat sink thermistor Resistance k Ohms Alternatively the sensor can be tested while still connected to the PCB measure the DC voltage across the resistor and check it against the graph below. 3.5 Voltage across Heat Sink thermistor 3.0 Volts DC
18 Fault Code 67 LG Air Conditioning - Universal Split Fault Codes Sheet This is a problem with the Outdoor Fan Motor, where rotation is not detected, and could be result of either Mechanical or Electrical failure. Check that motor is free to rotate and not seized. Check the motor is electrically sound, windings not Open or Short circuit. Check power output from PCB to fan motor. Check rotation feedback circuit. More modern units use inverter fan motors, which are powered by a DC Voltage. In reality these fan motors are AC fan motors with a small inverter-type circuit build inside. This inverter circuit is integrated with the fan motor and impossible to replace, you have to replace the entire fan motor. Similar to inverter-controlled compressors, the speed of these fan motors can be changed to whatever is needed (within certain limits). In practice the change in fan speed is not continuous but certain fixed speeds have been programmed inside the AC unit. This type of fan control can be recognized by the 5 wires coming from the fan on a connector with 7 possible connections These fan motors have 5 connections, power supply is 360VDC, and the speed is determined by a voltage ranging from 0 (0 rpm) to 5VDC (max speed) and a power supply for the internal electronics of 15VDC. These motors are easy to identify from a wiring diagram, they always show them not connected to anything as the electronics are too difficult to draw on the diagram. Detail of Hall Sensors A Hall effect sensor works like a magnetic reed switch, one end is wired to a 15 Vdc supply and the other is the feed back to the PCB. As a magnet mounted on the rotor of the motor passes the hall sensor the reed switch closes momentarily and allows the DC signal to flow through it back to the PCB. The hall sensors have a resistance so the voltage fed back to the PCB will only be approximately 12V DC. The pcb will know what speed the fan motor should be turning as it is also controlling the output of the inverter, if there is a discrepancy between the inverter output RPM and the feedback from the hall sensors a fault will occur. Usually the fan will rev very fast for a few seconds then stop this indicates hall sensor problems. Replace either Motor or Fan PCB as necessary. Fault Code 73 Check and repair or replace as necessary: 1. Overload operation (Pipe restrictions / Restricted Airflow / EEV defect / Refrig. Overcharged) 2. Compressor damage (Insulation damage / Motor damage) 3. Input Voltage abnormal 4. Power supply wiring abnormal 5. Inverter PCB assembly damage Fault Code 105 This is due to a Communication error between the Main outdoor PCB and Fan PCB. Check for Open/Short of communication line between the Main and Fan PCB s. Check communication cable plug connections. Is the communication LED on?
19 Testing Inverters It is best to test inverters with no compressors connected especially if you expect the compressor is at fault. But if you remove the wires from the compressor and try to run the systems a fault will be displayed. The fault is caused by the inverter PCB being able to detect whether a compressor is connected or not. Most modern inverters are able to detect whether the compressor has been disconnected in only a few seconds making testing very difficult. Testing can be done in two ways: Firstly the hard way You will need a digital multi meter with a min max function, Turn off the power Disconnect the compressor either from the PCB or at the compressor terminals. Connect your meter to two of the phases (Red to blue) set your meter to record max and min voltage Power up and Start the unit Let the inverter start and watch the Voltage rise Record the maximum Voltage The inverter will stop after a few seconds and the voltage will fall to 0 Swap the leads to measure the next two phases (Red to Yellow). Measure as before Repeat for the last two phases Blue to Yellow. The readings of maximum voltage should be the same for all 3 measurements if not the inverter is faulty, the PCB will need replacing. If the readings are equal the Inverter is healthy and the compressor will need replacing. And the easy way: You will need an LG Inverter tester, Turn off the power Disconnect the compressor lead from the compressor terminals. Connect your inverter tester to all 3 leads (polarity is not important) Power up and Start the unit Let the inverter start and watch the led s All 6 must light up and should be of equal brightness The inverter will stop after a few seconds and the led s will go out If you miss the led s (they will only light for a couple of seconds) the unit will try to start again 3 times with a 3 minute delay between each test If all 6 led s DON T light up the inverter is faulty, the PCB will need replacing. If the led s all light up the Inverter is healthy and the compressor will need replacing
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