Samsung MWR-WS00 User`s manual

Wired Remote Controller
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USER’S MANUAL
PORTUGUÊS
ITALIANO
FRANÇAIS
ESPAÑOL
MWR-WS00
RUSSIAN
EΛΛHNIKA
DEUTSCH
System Air Conditioner
E S F I P D G R A DB98-25179A(1)
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Safety Precautions
• Before using the wired remote controller, read carefully these instructions.
• After reading the instructions, keep this user's manual in a handy and safe place.
If a user is changed, you must hand over the manuals.
• Never attempt to install the air conditioning system or to move the wired remote
controller by yourself.
WARNING
Do not attempt to install or repair this wired remote
controller by yourself.
This remote controller contains no user-serviceable parts.
Always consult authorized service personnel for repairs.
When moving, consult authorized service personnel for
disconnection and installation of the remote controller.
Ensure that the wall is strong enough to support the
weight of the remote controller.
Must install the remote controller with rated power
supply.
In the event of a malfunction (burning smell, etc.),
immediately stop operation, turn off the electrical
breaker, and consult authorized service personnel.
CAUTION
Do not use inflammable gases near the remote
controller.
Do not spill water into the wired remote controller.
Do not operate the remote controller with wet hands.
Do not install the remote controller in a location where
it will come into contact with the combustible gases,
machine oil, sulphide gas, etc.
Do not press buttons with a pointed thing.
Do not pull or bend the wired remote controller cable
excessively.
Do not use this wired remote controller for other
purpose.
Do not spray an insecticide or other combustible things
on the wired remote controller.
Do not clean the wired remote controller with benzene,
solvents or other chemicals.
Do not give a shock to the wired remote controller or
disassemble it by yourself.
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Contents
WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER ........................................................
GETTING STARTED ...........................................................................
 SELECTING THE AUTOMATIC OPERATING MODE ..........................
 SELECTING THE COOLING MODE ....................................................
 SELECTING THE HEATING MODE ....................................................
 SELECTING THE DEHUMIDIFYING MODE ........................................
 SELECTING THE FAN MODE ............................................................
 SELECTING THE QUIET MODE ........................................................
 SELECTING THE SLEEP MODE .........................................................
 ADJUSTING THE AIRFLOW DIRECTION ..........................................
 CHECKING THE ROOM TEMPERATURE ...........................................
 SETTING THE 7-DAY SCHEDULE .....................................................
 SETTING AND CANCELING A HOLIDAY SCHEDULE .........................
 CANCELING DURING SCHEDULE SETUP .........................................
 DELETING A SCHEDULE ...................................................................
 RESETTING THE CLOCK ...................................................................
 INITIALIZING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER ........................................
 LOCKING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER .............................................
 SETTING THE AUTO STOP FUNCTION ............................................
 SETTING THE TEMPERATURE LIMITS ................................................
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Wired Remote Controller
The wired remote controller is installed on the wall.
7-day schedule
time setup
Schedule clock
Operating mode
Mode selection
Fan speed
Indoor temperature
Check button
Filter reset button
Time/schedule reset button
Note
 Press the
button after cleaning the air filter.
The remote controller will display the filter sign to alert the user to
clean the filter and turn off the display when the
button is
pressed.
 Restricted will be displayed if the
button is pressed for duct type
indoor units.
 Restricted will be displayed if the indoor unit does not support the
function of the pressed button.
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Getting Started
You have just purchased a wired remote controller and it has
been installed by your installation specialist.
Your User’s Manual contain much valuable information on using
your wired remote controller. Please take the time to read them as
they will help you take full advantage of the unit’s features.
In the manual, you will find a series of step-by-step procedures for each
function available.
The illustrations in the step-by-step procedures use 3 different symbols:
PRESS
PUSH
HOLD DOWN
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Selecting the Automatic Operating Mode
The room temperature and the fan speed are controlled
automatically in the auto mode.
1
2
Press the
(ON/OFF) button to turn on the indoor unit.
(Do not press the
(ON/OFF) button if the remote
controller is on).
Result:
T he air-conditioner will be turned on with the
mode selected when the unit was last used.
Caution
The air-conditioner has a built-in protection
mechanism to prevent the unit from being
damaged when it is started immediately after
being:
 Plugged in
 Stopped
The air-conditioner will start up after 3 minutes.
To select the AUTO mode, press the
displayed on the remote controller.
Result:
3
button until Auto is
The air-conditioner will run in AUTO mode.
To adjust the temperature, press the
buttons to set
the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set between 18°C and 30°C.
Result:
The temperature is adjusted by 1°C when
the
buttons are pressed.
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Selecting the Cooling Mode
Select the cooling mode to lower the room temperature.
1
2
Press the
(ON/OFF) button to turn on the indoor unit.
(Do not press the
(ON/OFF) button if the remote
controller is on).
Result:
T he air-conditioner will be turned on with the
mode selected when the unit was last used.
Caution
The air-conditioner has a built-in protection
mechanism to prevent the unit from being
damaged when it is started immediately after
being:
 Plugged in
 Stopped
The air-conditioner will start up after 3 minutes.
To select the COOL mode, press the
displayed on the remote controller.
Result:
3
button until Cool is
The air-conditioner will run in cooling mode.
To adjust the temperature, press the
buttons to set
the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set between 18°C and 30°C.
Result:
 The temperature is adjusted by 1°C when
the
buttons are pressed.
 The air-conditioner will start cooling if
the temperature set is lower than the room
temperature.
 The fan will run even if the temperature set is
higher than the room temperature.
4
Select the fan speed by pressing the
5
To adjust the airflow direction, refer to page 13.
Note
button.
Cooling and heating mode cannot be selected at
the same time.
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Selecting the Heating Mode
The heating mode can be selected only on the heat pump models.
Select the heating mode to raise the room temperature.
1
2
Press the
(ON/OFF) button to turn on the indoor unit.
(Do not press the
(ON/OFF) button if the remote
controller is on).
Result:
T he air-conditioner will be turned on with the
mode selected when the unit was last used.
Caution
The air-conditioner has a built-in protection
mechanism to prevent the unit from being
damaged when it is started immediately after
being:
 Plugged in
 Stopped
The air-conditioner will start up after 3 minutes.
To select the HEAT mode, press the
displayed on the remote controller.
Result:
3
button until Heat is
The air-conditioner will run in heating mode.
To adjust the temperature, press the
buttons to set
the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set between 16°C and 30°C.
Result:
 The temperature is adjusted by 1°C when
the
buttons are pressed.
 The air-conditioner will start heating if
the temperature set is higher than the room
temperature.
 The fan will run even if the temperature set is
lower than the room temperature.
4
Select the fan speed by pressing the
5
To adjust the airflow direction, refer to page 13.
Note
button.
Cooling and heating mode cannot be selected at
the same time.
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Selecting the Dehumidifying Mode
Select the dehumidifying mode if the room is too humid.
Using this mode will slightly lower the room temperature.
1
2
Press the
(ON/OFF) button to turn on the indoor unit.
(Do not press the
(ON/OFF) button if the remote
controller is on).
Result:
T he air-conditioner will be turned on with the
mode selected when the unit was last used.
Caution
The air-conditioner has a built-in protection
mechanism to prevent the unit from being
damaged when it is started immediately after
being:
 Plugged in
 Stopped
The air-conditioner will start up after 3 minutes.
To select the DRY mode, press the
displayed on the remote controller.
Result:
3
button until Dry is
The air-conditioner will run in dehumidifying
mode.
To adjust the temperature, press the
buttons to set
the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set between 18°C and 30°C.
Result:
 The temperature is adjusted by 1°C when
the
buttons are pressed.
 The fan speed is adjusted automatically in the
dehumidifying mode.
4
To adjust the airflow direction, refer to page 13.
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Selecting the Fan Mode
Select the fan mode to circulate air without changing the
temperature.
1
2
Press the
(ON/OFF) button to turn on the indoor unit.
(Do not press the
(ON/OFF) button if the remote
controller is on).
Result:
T he air-conditioner will be turned on with the
mode selected when the unit was last used.
Caution
The air-conditioner has a built-in protection
mechanism to prevent the unit from being
damaged when it is started immediately after
being:
 Plugged in
 Stopped
The air-conditioner will start up after 3 minutes.
To select the FAN mode, press the
displayed on the remote controller.
Result:
button until Fan is
The air-conditioner will run in fan mode.
3
Select the fan speed by pressing the
4
To adjust the airflow direction, refer to page 13.
button.
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Selecting the Quiet Mode
Select the quiet mode to run the indoor unit as quietly as
possible. The quiet mode is used with other operating modes
such as the cooling and heating modes.
1
Press the
(ON/OFF) button to turn on the indoor unit.
(Do not press the
(ON/OFF) button if the remote
controller is on).
Result:
T he air-conditioner will be turned on with the
mode selected when the unit was last used.
2
Select the desired operating mode by pressing
the
button.
3
Press the
button to select the Quiet mode.
Result:
The air-conditioner runs in quiet mode.
Note
Press the
button again to exit
the Quiet mode.
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Selecting the Sleep Mode
Select the sleep mode to sleep in comfort without worrying to
turn off the air-conditioner in the middle of the night.
The air-conditioner will turn off automatically after 6 hours.
1
Press the
(ON/OFF) button to turn on the indoor unit.
(Do not press the
(ON/OFF) button if the remote
controller is on).
Result:
2
Select the desired operating mode by pressing
the
button.
Note
3
T he air-conditioner will be turned on with the
mode selected when the unit was last used.
Press the
Result:
Only cooling and heating mode support
the sleep mode.
button to select the SLEEP mode.
 The air-conditioner will run in sleep mode.
 The air-conditioner will gradually raise or
lower the set temperature internally and
eventually turn off automatically after
6 hours.
Note
Press the
button again to exit
the sleep mode.
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Adjusting the Airflow Direction
Adjust the airflow direction to circulate the air according to
various needs. By adjusting the airflow direction, the efficiency
of the air-conditioner can be increased.
Note
1
The airflow direction cannot be set on duct type
indoor units.
If the indoor unit supports 5-step directions:
 Press the
button:
- Select the direction of the airflow.
The airflow blade can be set to one of the five
directions or to swing automatically.
2
If the indoor unit does not support 5-step directions:
 Press the
button:
- The blade will start swinging.
 Press the
button again to stop the blade from
swinging and to set the blade to the desired position.
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Checking the Room Temperature
1
Press the
button to check the room temperature.
Result:
T he room temperature will be displayed for 3
seconds and return to set temperature display.
Note
The room temperature may be slightly different
depending on the installation location of the
remote controller.
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Setting the 7-day Schedule
Set the 7-day schedule to reserve the on/off timer to be repeated
every week. At most 10 schedules may be set for each day.
1
Press the
Result:
2
Press the
Result:
3
button to set a schedule.
The day is set to Monday and the schedule
number displays the next empty schedule
number for that day. If there are no schedules set,
the schedule number displays .
If there are 5 schedules set, for example,
the schedule number displays .
button to select the day to set the schedule.
Each time the button is pressed the square box
shifts to the right.
When the empty schedule number is displayed, press the
button and the
button to set the time.
Result:
 Each time the
button is pressed,
the time is increased by 1 hour.
 Each time the
button is pressed,
the time is increased by 1 minute.
 Hold down the
button to increase the
time by 10 minutes.
4
Press the
button to select on or off schedule.
Result:
5
or
is displayed.
For on schedules, mode, temperature and fan speed can be set.
Result:
 Set the mode, temperature and fan speed for
the on schedule and the indoor unit will turn
on with the set mode, temperature and fan
speed when the schedule runs.
 If the mode, temperature and fan speed are
not set, the indoor unit will turn on with the
default settings.
6
Press the
button.
Result:
The display blinks once and the schedule set is
saved.
Note
 Once the schedule is saved, the schedules are
automatically sorted and the schedule
number is displayed by increasing time order.
 Press the
button again to exit the
7-day Schedule.
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Setting and canceling a Holiday Schedule
Schedules need not be deleted when there’s a holiday. Instead,
the holiday can be set to stop the schedule from running for the
set holiday while keeping the schedule information.
1
Press the
button to enter the schedule setup mode.
The button does not need to be pressed if the mode is
already in schedule setup mode.
2
Select the day of the schedule to be set as holiday by
pressing the
button.
Result:
3
Each time the button is pressed the square box
shifts to the right.
Set the holiday by pressing the
Result:
 The schedules are not deleted but the bar
below the day becomes invisible to indicate
the schedule will not run.
 Press the
Note
4
Press the
button.
button to cancel the holiday.
The bar below the day is invisible if there are no
schedules set for that day or if that day is set as a
holiday. If there are schedules set for a day and if
the bar below that day is invisible, that day is set as
a holiday.
button to exit the schedule setup mode.
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Canceling during Schedule Setup
You can cancel the schedule setup at any point during setup as
long as the
button is not pressed.
1
At any point during schedule setup,
press the
button.
Result:
The schedule is canceled.
Deleting a Schedule
Schedules may be deleted one at a time.
1
Press the
button to enter the schedule setup mode.
The button does not need to be pressed if the mode is
already in schedule setup mode.
2
Select the day of the schedule to be deleted by pressing
the
button.
Result:
3
Select the schedule number to be deleted by pressing
the
button.
Result:
4
Each time the
button is pressed
the square box shifts to the right.
Each time the
button is pressed
the schedule number increases.
Press the
Result:
button for 3 seconds.
The schedule is deleted and the remaining
schedules are sorted automatically.
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Resetting the Clock
Reset the clock to change the time if needed.
1
Press the
Result:
2
button shortly.
The clock starts blinking.
Set the time by pressing the
the
button.
Result:
button and
 Each time the
button is pressed,
the time is increased by 1 hour.
 Each time the
button is pressed,
the time is increased by 1 minute.
 Hold down the
button to increase
the time by 10minutes.
 Set the day by pressing the
3
Press the
Result:
button.
button.
T he clock and day stop blinking and the
time is set.
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Initializing the Remote controller
The remote controller can be initialized to the default factory
settings.
1
Press the
button for 5 seconds.
Result:
T he clock is initialized and all the schedules are
deleted.
Note
Initializing the remote controller will delete all
the schedules and will reset the clock.
Do not initialize the remote controller unless you
want all the schedules to be deleted.
Locking the Remote controller
The remote controller buttons can be locked to prevent children
from changing the settings or from pressing the buttons by
accident.
1
To lock the buttons on the remote controller, press
the
button for 5 seconds until Lock is displayed.
Result:
2
T he remote controller buttons are locked and
the buttons are not operational.
Press the
buttons.
button for 5 seconds again to unlock the
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Setting the Auto Stop Function
The wired remote controller can be set to turn off the indoor unit(s)
after a set period of time has passed since any button on the
remote controller was last pressed. This function is used to turn off
the indoor unit in case the user forgets to turn off the indoor unit.
1
Press the
mode.
Result:
button for 5 seconds to enter the setup
The wired remote controller will enter the setup
mode and the menu will dispaly .
2
Press the
mode.
3
The default time setting is . The auto stop time can be set
between 0 and 12 hours.
Note
button to enter the auto stop time setup
 Time is adjusted by 1 hour when the
buttons are pressed.
 Press the
time setup.
 Press the
time setup.
4
Press the
button to save the auto stop
button to cancel the auto stop
button to exit the setup mode.
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Setting the temperature limits
The wired remote controller can be set to allow only a certain
temperature range. By setting the lower and upper temperature
limits, the set temperature can be selected only within the set
range. This function may be used for energy savings.
1
Press the
mode.
Result:
2
button for 5 seconds to enter the setup
The wired remote controller will enter the setup
mode and the menu will dispaly .
Press the
Result:
button.
The wired remote controller will display
on the menu.
3
Press the
mode.
4
The default lower and upper limits are 16°C and 30°C.
Set the lower limit first by pressing the
button
followed by the
button and set the upper limit.
Note
button to enter the temperature limit setup
 Press the
limits.
button again to set the upper
 Even if the lower limit is 16°C, the lowest
temperature that can be set in cooling mode
is 18°C.
 Press the
button to cancel the
temperature limits setup.
5
Press the
button to exit the setup mode.
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