Shinco Air Conditioner Error Codes


Shinco Air Conditioner Error Codes

Inverter Split System Air Conditioner R410A

Fault code display

KFR-25GWZ/BM – KFR-35GWZ/BM

FAULT = INDOOR UNIT DON’T MATCH OUTDOOR UNIT

CODE = EP

CHECK POINT = CHECK IF THE INDOOR UNIT MATCH OUTDOOR UNIT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE WRONG UNIT

FAULT = OUTDOOR DISCHARGE PIPE SENSOR FAULT

CODE = E0

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECKTHE VALUE OF SENSOR

2. OUTDOOR POWER BOARD IS FAULT (CHECK CAPASITOR)

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE SENSOR, CHANGE POWER BOARD

FAULT = COMMUNICATION FAULT BETWEEN INDOOR UNIT AND OUTDOOR UNIT

CODE = E4

CHECK POINT =

1. CHECK IF THE CONNECTING WIRING IS CONNECT WELL

2. TEST THE VOLTAGE VALUE BETWEEN L4 AND S, IF IT ‘S CHANGE REGULARLY, THE SIGNAL

TRANSFERING BETWEEN INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIT IS GOOD.

WHEN IT‘S NO CHANGE IF VALUE IS BELOW 14V, THE INDOOR PCB BOARD IS FAULT, CHANGE IT.

IF VALUE IS OVER 14V,THE OUTDOOR PCB IS FAULTY

3. CHECK IF THERE IS LED FLASHING ON THE OUTDOOR PCB

IF THERE IS NO FLASHING,CHECK VOLTAGE VALUE FROM POWER BOARD TO PFC BOARD, BETWEEN ACL AND CAN ON PFC BOARD

IF IT’S NOT 220V, CHANGE POWER BOARD

IF IT’S 220V, CHANGE PCB BOARD.

COUNT MEASURE =

1. FIX THE WIRING AGAIN.

2. CHANGE RELATE PCB BOARD.

FAULT = COMPRESSOR DRIVER BOARD IS FAULTY

CODE = EA

CHECK POINT = CHECK OUTDOOR DRIVER BOARD

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE DRIVER BOARD

FAULT = OURDOOR AIR SENSOR IS FAULTY

CODE = E6

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK THE SENDOR VALUE. 2. POWER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE SENSOR, CHANGE POWER BOARD

FAULT = OUTDOOR PIPE SENSOR IS FAULT

CODE = E6

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK THE SENDOR VALUE. 2. POWER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE SENSOR, CHANGE POWER BOARD

FAULT = INDOOR AIR SENSOR IS FAULTY

CODE = E1

CHECK POINT = CHECK THE SENSOR VALUE, INDOOR BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE SENSOR CHANGE INDOOR BOARD

FAULT = INDOOR PIPE SENSOR IS FAULTY

CODE = E2

CHECK POINT = CHECK THE SENSOR VALUE, INDOOR BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE SENSOR CHANGE INDOOR BOARD

FAULT = POWER BOARD IS FAULT

CODE = E8

CHECK POINT = OUTDOOR POWER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE THE POWER BOARD

FAULT = POWER BOARD IS FAULT

CODE = E9

CHECK POINT = OUTDOOR POWER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE THE POWER BOARD

FAULT = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

CODE = E5

CHECK POINT = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

FAULT = OUDOOR COMMUNICATION FAULTY

CODE = EC

CHECK POINT = CHECK IF WIRINGS BETWEEN POWER BOARD AND DRIVER BOARD ARE CONNECTED WELL

COUNT MEASURE = FIX THE WIRING BETWEEN POWER BOARD AND DRIVER BOARD

FAULT = INDOOR MOTOR IS FAULT

CODE = E3

CHECK POINT = 1. INDOOR MOTOR OR INDOOR MOTOR CAPACITOR IS FAULT.

2. INDOOR WIRING DON’T CONNECT WELL.

3. INDOOR PCB IS FAULT.

4. INDOOR MOTOR IS BLOCKED.

COUNT MEASURE = 1. CHANGE MOTOR OR CAPACITOR

2. FIX THE WIRINGS

3. CHANGE INDOOR PCB

4. REMOVE THE BLOCKING

FAULT = INDOOR PCB BOARD IS FAULTY.

CODE = EE

CHECK POINT = INDOOR PCB BOARD IS FAULTY.

COUNT MEASURE = INDOOR PCB BOARD IS FAULTY.

FAULT = OUTDOOR DISCHARGE TEMP IS TOO HIGH

CODE = P1

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK IF THE OUTLET IS BLOCKED OR THE CONDENSOR IS DIRTY.

2. CHECK THE OUTDOOR MOTOR WORK NORMALLY.

3. CHECK IF THE REFRIGERANT IS CHARGED TOO MUCH.

COUNT MEASURE = 1. REMOVE OBSTACLE AROUND OUTDOOR UNIT OR WASH THE CONDENSER.

2. CHANGE OUTDOOR MOTOR OR MOTOR CAPACITOR

3. REGULATE THE QUANTITY OF REFRIGERANT.

FAULT = DRIVER BOARD PROTECTION.

CODE = P7

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK IF THE REFRIGERANT IS CHARGED TOO MUCH.

2. CHECK IF THE COMPRESSOR IS BLOCKED.

3. IPM MODUL IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = 1. REGULATE THE QUANTITY OF REFRIGERANT.

2. CHANGE COMPRESSOR

3. CHANGE IPM MODUL.

FAULT = THE VOLTAGE IS NOT STABLE

CODE = P3

CHECK POINT = CHECK THE POWER SUPPLY

COUNT MEASURE = RESTART THE AIR CONDITIONER

FAULT = ELECTRIC CURRENT IS TOO HIGH.

CODE = P2

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK IF THE REFRIGERANT IS CHARGED TOO MUCH

2. CHECK IF THE VOLTAGE IS TOO LOW, POWER WIRINGS TOO THIN OR TOO LONG OR CONTACT BADLY.

3. CHECK IF THE OUTLET IS BLOCKED OR THE CONDENSOR IS DIRTY

4. CHECK THE OUTDOOR MOTOR WORK NORMALLY

COUNT MEASURE = 1. REGULATE THE QUANTITY OF REFRIGERANT

2. UPDATING POWER SUPPLY, CHANGE POWER WIRING

3. REMOVE OBSTACLE AROUND OUTDOOR UNIT OR WASH THE CONDENSER

4. CHANGE OUTDOOR MOTOR OR MOTOR CAPACITOR

FAULT = OCR TRIPED

CODE = P4

CHECK POINT = 1.COMPRESSOR OCR IS OPEN CURCUIT.

2. CHECK IF THE OCR TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH AND OCR TRIPED.

COUNT MEASURE = 1. CHANGE OCR OR COMPRESSOR

2. TURN OFF THE AIR CONDITIONER, AND RESTART IT 2 HOUR LATER.

3. IF AIR CONDITIONER IS ON AND OFF REGULARLY, CHECK OUTDOOR MOTOR OR MOTOR CAPACITOR, THE OUTLET IS BLOCKED OR THE CONDENSOR IS DIRTY.




FAULT = INDOOR PIPE TEMP. IS TOO HIGH WHEN HEATING.

CODE = P5

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK INDOOR MOTOR WORK NORMALLY

2. CHECK FILTER NET OR EVAPERATOR IS DIRTY.

COUNT MEASURE = 1. CHANGE OUTDOOR MOTOR OR MOTOR CAPACITOR.

2. WASH THE FILTER NET OR EVAPERATOR.

FAULT = OUTDOOR PIPE TEMP IS TOO HIGH.

CODE = P6

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK IF THE REFRIGERANT IS CHARGED TOO MUCH.

2. CHECK IF THE VOLTAGE IS TOO LOW, POWER WIRINGS TOO THIN OR TOO LONG OR CONTACT BADLY.

3. CHECK IF THE OUTLET IS BLOCKED OR THE CONDENSOR IS DIRTY.

COUNT MEASURE = 1. REGULATE THE QUANTITY OF REFRIGERANT

2. UPDATING POWER SUPPLY, CHANGE POWER WIRING.

3. REMOVE OBSTACLE AROUND OUTDOOR UNIT OR WASH THE CONDENSER.

FAULT = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

CODE = P0

CHECK POINT = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT.

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE DRIVER BOARD.

KFR-50GWZ/BM – KFR-70GWZ/BM

FAULT = INDOOR AIR SENSOR IS FAULTY

CODE = E1

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK THE SENSOR VALUE. 2. INDOOR BOARD IS FAULT.

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE SENSOR OR CHANGE INDOOR BOARD

FAULT = INDOOR PIPE SENSOR IS FAULTY.

CODE = E2

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK THE SENSOR VALUE. 2. INDOOR BOARD IS FAULT.

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE SENSOR OR CHANGE INDOOR BOARD.

FAULT = INDOOR IN-PHASE MOTOR IS FAULT.

CODE = E3

CHECK POINT =

COUNT MEASURE =

FAULT = COMMUNICATION FAULT BETWEEN INDOOR UNIT AND OUTDOOR UNIT.

CODE = E4

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK IF THE CONNECTING WIRING IS CONNECT WELL

2. TEST THE VOLTAGE VALUE BETWEEN L4 AND S, IF IT’S CHANGE REGULARLY, THE SIGNAL TRANSFERING BETWEEN INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIT IS GOOD.

WHEN IT’S NO CHANGE IF VALUE IS BELOW 14V, THE INDOOR PCB BOARD IS FAULT,

CHANGE IT.

IF VALUE IS OVER 14V,THE OUTDOOR PCB IS FAULTY

3. CHECK IF THERE IS LED FLASHING ON THE OUTDOOR PCB

IF THERE IS NO FLASHING,CHECK VOLTAGE VALUE FROM

POWER BOARD TO PFC BOARD, BETWEEN ACL AND CAN ON PCB BOARD

IF IT’S NOT 220V, CHANGE POWER BOARD

IF IT’S 220V,CHANGE PCB BOARD

COUNT MEASURE = 1. FIX THE WIRING AGAIN. 2. CHANGE RELATE PCB BOARD

FAULT = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

CODE = E5

CHECK POINT = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

FAULT = OUTDOOR SENSOR IS FAULT

CODE = E6

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK THE SENSOR VALUE. 2. POWER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE SENSOR OR CHANGE POWER BOARD

FAULT = INDOOR MOTOR FAULTY

CODE = E7

CHECK POINT =

COUNT MEASURE =

FAULT = COMMUNICATION SIGNAL IS NOT GOOD

CODE = E8

CHECK POINT = CHECK IF THE COMMUNICATION WIRING IS CONNECTED WELL.

CHECK IF POWER BOARD OR DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = FIX THE COMMUNICATION WELL

CHANGE THE PCB BOARD

FAULT = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

CODE = P0

CHECK POINT = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = DRIVER BOARD IS FAULT

FAULT = OCR TRIPED

CODE = P1

CHECK POINT = 1. COMPRESSOR OCR IS OPEN CURCUIT

2. CHECK IF THE OCR TEMPERATURE IS TOO HIGH AND OCR TRIPED

COUNT MEASURE = 1. CHANGE OCR OR COMPRESSOR

2. TURN OFF THE AIR CONDITIONER, AND RESTART IT 2 HOUR LATER

3. IF AIR CONDITIONER IS ON AND OFF REGULARLY, CHECK OUTDOOR MOTOR OR MOTOR

CAPACITOR, THE OUTLET IS BLOCKED OR THE CONDENSOR IS DIRTY.

FAULT = POWER BOARD IS FAULT

CODE = P2

CHECK POINT = OUTDOOR POWER BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE THE POWER BOARD

FAULT = IPDU IS FAULT

CODE = P3

CHECK POINT =

COUNT MEASURE =

FAULT = INDOOR UNIT DON’T MATCH OUTDOOR UNIT

CODE = P4

CHECK POINT = CHECK IF THE INDOOR UNIT MATCH OUTDOOR UNIT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE WRONG UNIT

FAULT = ELECTRIC CURRENT IS TOO HIGH

CODE = P5

CHECK POINT = 1. CHECK IF THE REFRIGERANT IS CHARGED TOO MUCH

2. CHECK IF THE VOLTAGE IS TOO LOW, POWER WRINGIS TOO THIN OR TOO LONG OR CONTACT BADLY.

3. CHECK IF THE OUTLET IS BLOCKED OR THE CONDENSOR IS DIRTY.

4. CHECK THE OUTDOOR MOTOR WORK NORMALLY

COUNT MEASURE =

1. REGULATE THE QUANTITY OF REFRIGERANT

2. UPDATING POWER SUPPLY, CHANG POWER WIRING

3. REMOVE OBSTACLE AROUND OUTDOOR UNIT OR WASH THE CONDENDSOR

4. CHANGE OUTDOOR MOTOR OR MOTOR CAPACITOR.

FAULT = THE VOLTAGE IS NOT STABLE

CODE = P6

CHECK POINT = CHECK THE POWER SUPPLY

COUNT MEASURE = RESTART THE AIR CONDITIONER

FAULT = PCB FAULTY

CODE = P7

CHECK POINT = OUTDOOR PCB BOARD IS FAULT

COUNT MEASURE = CHANGE PCB BOARD

FAULT = INDOOR MOTOR FEEDBACK FAULTY

CODE = P8

CHECK POINT =

COUNT MEASURE =

Model:

KFR-25GWZ/BM

KFR-35GWZ/BM

KFR-50GWZ/BM

KFR-70GWZ/BM

Shinco Air Conditioner Manual PDF / Page 53


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11 Responses to Shinco Air Conditioner Error Codes

  1. Sajjad ali says:

    Wery good

  2. josh ray says:

    I have an error code that is F0 can not find anything about that code. What does it mean.

  3. Ron says:

    I have the same FO code that won’t go away. Unit blows but won’t heat or cool. Did you ever find out what FO is?

  4. Cyndi Vancil says:

    I have a Shinco air unit that has an E2 error code. What is it & how can I fix it? It don’t blow cool air anymore

  5. Elaine loughlin says:

    What does code FO mean

  6. Henry Cristoforo says:

    My Shinco after picking up and starts cooling, it shows Protection red light and it also stop cooling. How can i fix that problem?

  7. HL says:

    I recently had the E2 error code on 2 units a KFR-35GW/BMVE and KFR-50GW/BMVE. I recommend checking the refrigerant. Our’s was extremely low and having it filled/charged resolved the issue. In all of the Googling, this solution never came up.

    Initially the error code would come on and flipping the breaker off for 10 mins or so would reset it and it would work. Probably did this about 10 times every so often (like over weeks). Eventually this did not work and researching online led us to believe that either the indoor pipe sensor or indoor PCB was bad. Spent lots of time online trying to find these replacement parts to no avail. Was finally able to get a friend of a friend that is an A/C person to check them out and discovered the Freon was too low. Hope this helps someone else out there stuck with these “unserviceable” units.

  8. john e kropp says:

    I have an e6 code, need to know where I can gets parts to repair inside or outside sensor or board for model#kfr-25gw/bmve.

  9. Rick says:

    I have 2.2 message with all the other symbols lights up and the system just stop working. Can someone tell me what that means and how do I get it works again? I tried to remove the battery from the remote control and shut down the system and left it for a while and when I put the power back on and put the batteries back on the remote control the system doing the same thing again. Please help

  10. Maria diaz says:

    My AC is popping out a code FL what does that mean

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