Panasonic air conditioners are a combination of a stylish and eco-friendly design and intelligent technologies, which make your life maximally comfortable. Panasonic air conditioner troubleshooting system provides comfortable diagnostics and repairs.
PANASONIC CS-E10JD3EA air conditioner troubleshooting
|Mist emerges from indoor unit.||• Condensation effect due to cooling process.|
|Water flowing sound during operation.||• Refrigerant flow inside the unit.|
|The room has a peculiar odour.||• This may due to damp smell emitted by the wall, carpet, furniture or clothing.|
|Indoor fan stops occasionally during automatic fan speed setting.||• This helps to remove the surrounding odours.|
|Operation is delayed a few minutes after restart.||• The delay is a protection to the unit's compressor.|
|Outdoor unit emits water/steam.||• Condensation or evaporation occurs on pipes.|
|Timer indicator is always on.||• The timer setting repeats daily once set.|
|Power indicator blinks during operation and the indoor fan is stopped.||• The unit is in defrost mode, and the melted frost is drained from the outdoor unit.|
|Indoor fan stops occasionally during heating operation.||• To avoid unintended cooling effect.|
|Power indicator blinks before the unit is switched on.||• This is a preliminary step in preparation for the operation when the ON timer has been set.|
|Cracking sound can be heard during operation.||• Changes of temperature cause the expansion/contraction of the unit.|
|Heating/Cooling operation is not working efficiently.||• Set the temperature correctly.
• Close all doors and windows.
• Clear any obstruction at the air inlet and air outlet vents.
|Noisy during operation.||• Check if the unit has been installed at an incline.|
|The unit does not work.||• Check if the circuit breaker is tripped.
• Check if timers have been set.
Panasonic S-07MK2U6 air conditioner troubleshooting
|Noise||Sound like streaming water during operation or after operation||• Sound of refrigerant liquid flowing inside unit
• Sound of drainage water through drain pipe
|Cracking noise during operation or when operation stops.||Cracking sound due to temperature changes of parts|
|Odor||Discharged air is smelled during operation.||Indoor odor components, cigarette odor and cosmetic odor accumurated in the air conditioner and its air is discharged. Unit inside is dusty. Consult your dealer.|
|Dewdrop||Dewdrop gets accumurated near air discharge during operation||Indoor moisture is cooled by cool wind and accumulated by dewdrop.|
|Fog||Fog occurs during operation in cooling mode.||• Cleaning is necessary because unit inside (heat exchanger) is dirty. Consult your dealer as technical engineering is required.|
|(Places where large amounts of oil mist exist at restaurants.)||• During defrost operation|
|Fan is rotating for a while even though operation stops.||• Fan rotating makes operation smoothly.
• Fan may sometimes rotates because of drying heat exchanger due to settings.
|Wind-direction changes while operating. Wind-direction setting cannot be made. Wind-direction cannot be changed.||• When air discharge temperature is low or during defrost operation, horizontal wind flow is made automatically.
• Flap position is occasionally set up individually.
|When wind-direction is changed, flap operates several times and stops at designated position.||When wind-direction is changed, flap operates after searching for standard position.|
|Dust||Dust accumulation inside indoor unit is discharged.|
|At the initial high-speed operation, the fan may sometimes rotate faster (for 3 to 30 minutes) than the setting speed.||This is for operation check in order to confirm whether the fan motor rotation is within use range.|
|No operation||When power is turned ON instantly.||Operation is not activated for the first approx. 3 minutes because compressor|
|When operation is stopped and resumed immediately.||protection circuit is activated.|
|Noise||Noise often occurs in heating mode.||During defrost operation|
|Steam||Steam often occurs in heating mode.|
|When stopped by remote controller, outdoor unit fan is sometimes operating for a while even though outdoor compressor is stopped.||Fan rotating makes operation smoothly.|
|Air conditioner does not run at all although power is turned on.||Power failure or after power failure||Press ON/OFF operation button on remote controller again.|
|Operation button is turned off.||• Switch on power if breaker is turned off.
• If breaker has been tripped, consult your dealer without turning it on.
|Fuse blow out.||If blown out, consult your dealer.|
|Poor cooling or heating performance||Air intake or air discharge port of indoor and outdoor units is clogged with dust or obstacles.||Remove dust or obstruction.|
|Wind speed switch is set to “Low”.||Change to “High” or “Strong”.|
|Improper temperature settings|
Room is exposed to direct sunlight in cooling mode.
Doors and /or windows are open.
|Refer to ‘TIPS FOR ENERGY SAVING”.|
|Air filter is clogged.||Refer to “CARE AND CLEANING”.|
|Too much heat sources in room in cooling mode.||Use minimum heat sources and in a short time.|
|Too many people in room in cooling mode.||Reduce temperature settings or change to “High” or “Strong”.|
Panasonic S-26PU1U6 air conditioner troubleshooting
|Air conditioner does not run at all.||1. Power failure||1. Restore power.|
|2. Leakage circuit breaker has tripped.||2. Contact service center.|
|3. Line voltage is too low.||3. Consult your electrician or dealer.|
|4. Operation button is turned off.||4. Press the button again.|
|5. The wireless remote controller or heat pump is malfunctioning.||5. Consult your dealer.|
|6. Batteries in wireless remote controller have run down.||6. Replace batteries.|
|Compressor runs but soon stops.||1. Obstruction in front of condenser coil (Outdoor Unit)||1. Remove obstruction.|
|Poor cooling (or heating) performance||1. Dirty or clogged air filter||1. Clean the air filter to improve the airflow.|
|2. Heat source or many people in room||2. Eliminate heat source if possible.|
|3. Doors and/or windows are open.||3. Shut them to keep the heat (or cold) out.|
|4. Obstacle near air intake or air discharge port||4. Remove it to ensure good airflow.|
|5. Thermostat is set too high for cooling (or too low for heating).||5. Set the temperature lower (or higher).|
|6. (Outdoor temperature is too low).||6. (Try to use a back-up heater.)|
|7. (Defrosting system does not work.)||7. (Consult your dealer.)|
|Lamps on the indoor unit are flashing.||1. Trouble in wiring system||1. Contact service center.|