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NeilTheCop 07-13-20 12:13 PM

Rebadged Pioneer mini split
 
I have two Pioneer mini splits in my house, and so far have been very happy with them. But as we hit record temperatures one of them quit of course. :(
I did a diagnosis and the likely culprit is the main control board in the outdoor unit. I've e-mailed HighSeer and Parker Davis to try and get a replacement, but so far no reply.
Does anyone know who really makes these units as they are sold as both Mr. Cool and Pioneer.
If I can find out the real manufacturer and how many other makes it has been rebadged to I have a better chance of finding replacement parts.
Alternatively does anyone have a full schematic of the control board so I can trace the fault at the component level.

jeff5may 07-14-20 02:41 AM

Model numbers and manufacturer info would be great to start off with...

NeilTheCop 07-14-20 08:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jeff5may (Post 62817)
Model numbers and manufacturer info would be great to start off with...

Pioneer YN012AMFI17RPD
12K BTU, 115 volt, A/C and heat pump.

jeff5may 07-16-20 03:39 AM

Here's a link to your service manual:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...iuV_0FfCQr8l2Q

And the illustrated parts breakdown:
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...X_CsCVQl9Ny7r0

Both are pdf download links.

What's up with the unit? Looks like it should be showing error codes if it's not just dead.

NeilTheCop 07-17-20 11:00 AM

I already have the service manual, and the error code is E1, communication error.
My original question is still, who actually makes these units, I don't believe it's Pioneer, they buy them from a manufacturer and rebadge them, just like Mr. Cool, whose units look identical, even to the point of the installation manual being the same identical.

jeff5may 07-23-20 02:00 AM

Welcome to the right to repair movement. The service manual looks to be better than average as to troubleshooting walkthrough and deciphering where to look. Good luck finding a board view or a schematic.


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