Sharp AY-ZP48LZ Specifications

AIR-TO-AIR
HEAT PUMP
OPERATION MANUAL
INDOOR UNIT
AY-ZP48LZ
OUTDOOR UNIT
AE-Z48LZ
* Plasmacluster is a trademark of
SHARP Corporation.
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This manual explains the proper use of your new
heat pump. Please read this manual carefully before
using the product. This manual should be kept in a
safe place for handy reference.
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
• IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...............1
• PART NAMES........................................................2
• USING THE REMOTE CONTROL ........................4
• SETTING AIR PURIFYING FILTER ......................5
• TIPS ON SAVING ENERGY ..................................5
• AUXILIARY MODE ................................................5
• BASIC OPERATION ..............................................6
• ADJUSTING THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION ...........7
• COANDA AIRFLOW ..............................................8
• SPOT AIR ..............................................................8
• FULL POWER OPERATION .................................9
• ENERGY SAVING OPERATION ...........................9
• 1.2.3.5h OFF TIMER ...........................................10
• TIMER OPERATION ...........................................10
• PLASMACLUSTER OPERATION .......................12
• SELF CLEAN OPERATION.................................12
• VACANCY OPERATION......................................13
• ADDITIONAL NOTES ON OPERATION .............13
• MAINTENANCE ..................................................14
• BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE ....................15
• SPECIFICATIONS ...............................................15
WARNINGS FOR INSTALLATION/REMOVAL/
REPAIR
For your safety, ensure that your new heat pump
is installed by a licensed heat pump contractor in
accordance with the AUSTRALIAN/NEW ZEALAND
WIRING RULES.
• Do not attempt to install/remove/repair the unit by
yourself. Incorrect installation could cause electric
shock, water leak, fire etc. Consult a licensed
heat pump contractor for the installation/removal/
repair of the unit.
CAUTIONS FOR USE
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
WARNINGS FOR USE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
This model should be installed with a fixed
power cord to the meter box.
Be careful not to expose your body to the outlet
air for prolonged periods. It may affect your
physical condition.
When using the unit for infants, children,
elderly, bedridden or disabled people make
sure the room temperature is suitable for those
in the room.
Never insert objects into the unit. Inserting
objects can result in injury due to the high
speed rotation of the internal fans.
If anything abnormal is noticed with the
air conditioner (eg burning smell), stop the
operation immediately and turn the circuit
breaker off.
This unit should be installed by a licensed heat
pump contractor in accordance with AS/NZS
3000 and your electricity suppliers service
rules.
There are local council rules regarding
maximum allowable noise levels emitted by
heat pump, your licensed heat pump contractor
will advise you on the correct location of your
outdoor unit.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer or its service
agent or a similarly qualified person in order
to avoid a hazard. Use only the manufacturespecified power cord for replacement.
Do not pour water directly on the unit. Water
can cause electrical shock or equipment failure.
1
If a gas appliance is used in the same room as
the heat pump, ventilate the room periodically
to prevent oxygen depletion.
2
3
4
5
For safety, do not touch the unit with wet hands,
it may cause an electric shock.
6
Do not block the air inlets or outlets of the unit.
It may result in degraded performance or unit
damage/failure.
7
For safety, be sure to turn the unit off at
the circuit breaker before performing any
maintenance or cleaning.
8
This appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons unless they have
been adequately supervised by a responsible
person to ensure that they can use the
appliance safely.
Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
For safety, turn the circuit breaker off when not
using the unit for an extended period of time.
For safety, do not place anything on top of the
outdoor unit or step on it.
This unit is designed for residential use. Do not
use for other applications such as in a kennel
or greenhouse to raise animals or grow plants.
CAUTIONS FOR LOCATION/INSTALLATION
To ensure that your warranty is not affected, both
the indoor/outdoor units and supply/interconnecting
cables must be installed by a licensed heat pump
contractor.
• The unit is designed to operate on 220-240 VAC,
50Hz.
• Do not install the unit where flammable gas may
leak. It may cause a fire.
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PART NAMES
INDOOR UNIT
1
1 Inlet (Air)
2
2 Open Panel
3
3 Air Filter
4
4 Air purifying filter
5 AUX Button
5
6 Receiver Window
7 Vertical airflow Louvre
6
8 Horizontal airflow Louvre
9 Outlet (Air)
7
8
9
0
0 PLASMACLUSTER Lamp (blue)
q
q OPERATION Lamp (red
w
w TIMER Lamp (orange
e
)
)
e FULL POWER Lamp (green
)
OUTDOOR UNIT
r
t
r Inlet (Air)
t Refrigerant Pipe and Cable
y Drainage Hose
y
u Outlet (Air)
u
NOTE:
Actual units might vary slightly from
those shown above.
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REMOTE CONTROL
1
1 TRANSMITTER
2 DISPLAY
3 COOL Button
4 DRY Button
2
5 HEAT Button
6 STOP Button
7 THERMOSTAT Button
8 PLASMACLUSTER Button
9 SPOT AIR Button
0 FULL POWER Button
3
4
5
q FAN Button
w 1.2.3.5h OFF TIMER Button
e SWING Button (
r SWING Button (
6
7
e
r
t
8
9
0
q
w
y
u
i
o
p
a
s
d
f
g
h
: vertical direction)
: horizontal direction)
t COANDA AIRFLOW Button
y VACANCY Button
u ENERGY SAVE Button
i SELF CLEAN Button
o TIMER ON Button
p TIMER SET/CANCEL Button
a TIME ADVANCE Button
s TIME REVERSE Button
d CLOCK Button
f DISPLAY Button
g RESET Button
h TIMER OFF Button
REMOTE CONTROL DISPLAY
!
@
#
$
%
^
&
(
)
Q
W
E
R
*
T
Y
! MODE Symbols
@ FAN SPEED Symbols
# PLASMACLUSTER Symbol
$ AIR FLOW Symbol (COOL/DRY)
% AIRFLOW Symbol (HEAT)
^ COANDA AIRFLOW Symbol (HEAT)
& ENERGY SAVE Symbol
* BATTERY Symbol
( TRANSMITTING Symbol
) SELF CLEAN Symbol
Q COANDA AIRFLOW Symbol (COOL/DRY)
W FULL POWER Symbol
E SPOT AIR Symbol
R TEMPERATURE Indicator
T TIMER OFF Indicator
Y TIMER ON Indicator / CLOCK
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USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
LOADING BATTERIES
CAUTION:
Use two size-AAA (R03) batteries.
• Do not expose the receiver window to direct
sunlight. This may adversely affect its operation.
• Use of certain fluorescent lamp in the same room
may interfere with transmission of the signal.
• Do not leave the remote control in direct sunlight
or near a heater. Protect the unit and remote
control from moisture and shock.
1 Remove the remote control cover.
Insert batteries, making sure the (+) and
2 (-)polarities
are correctly aligned.
3 Replace the cover.
Cover
SET CURRENT CLOCK TIME
There are two clock modes: 12-hour mode and
24-hour mode.
4 Press the RESET Button.
• The display indicates “AM 6:00” when
batteries are properly installed.
Example: 5 o’clock in the afternoon
Clock
12-hour mode
24-hour mode
NOTE:
• The battery life is approximately one year in
normal use.
• Replace the batteries when the remote control
".
displays "
Display
PM 5:00
17:00
To set to the 12-hour mode, press the
1 CLOCK
button once.
To set to the 24-hour mode, press the
• When you replace the batteries, always change
both batteries, and make sure they are the same
type.
• If the remote control does not operate properly
after replacing the batteries, press the RESET
button.
• If you will not be using the unit for a long time,
remove the batteries from the remote control.
CLOCK button twice.
Press the TIME ADVANCE or REVERSE
2 button
to set the current time.
• Keep the button pressed to advance or
reverse the time display quickly.
3 Press the SET/C button.
• The colon (:) blinks to indicate that the clock is
functioning.
HOW TO USE THE REMOTE CONTROL
Point the remote control towards the unit’s signal
receiver window and press the desired button. The
unit generates a beep when it receives the signal.
• Make sure there is no object between the remote
control and the unit.
• The signal effective distance is 7m.
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2
1
NOTE:
• The current time cannot be set when the timer is
operating.
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SETTING AIR PURIFYING FILTER
TIPS ON SAVING ENERGY
The air purifying filters are packed as
accessory of this unit. During operation, the
filters remove dust and tobacco smoke from the
air and discharges clean air.
Below are some simple ways to save energy.
SET THE PROPER TEMPERATURE
• Setting to higher or lower than necessary
temperature point will result in increased power
consumption.
BLOCK DIRECT SUNLIGHT AND PREVENT
DRAFTS
• Blocking direct sunlight during cooling operation
will reduce power consumption.
• Close the windows and doors during cooling and
heating operations.
1 Take out the air filters.
1 Open the open panel.
2 Push the air filters up slightly to unlock
them.
3 Pull the air filters down to remove them.
SET PROPER AIR FLOW DIRECTION TO OBTAIN
THE BEST AIR CIRCULATION
KEEP THE FILTER CLEAN TO ENSURE THE
MOST EFFICIENT OPERATION
1
2
USE THE TIMER OFF FUNCTION WHEN
POSSIBLE
3
TURN OFF THE CIRCUIT BREAKER WHEN THE
UNIT IS NOT USED FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD
OF TIME
• The indoor unit still consumes a small amount of
power when it is not operating.
the air purifying filter under the
2 Set
filter stoppers located on the air filter.
Filter stopper
AUXILIARY MODE
Air purifying filter
Air filter
Use this mode when the remote control is not
available.
3 Reinstall the air filters.
TO TURN ON
1 Reinstall the air filters in the original positions.
2 Close the open panel.
Lift the open panel of the indoor unit and press
the AUX button.
• The red OPERATION lamp (
) on the unit will
light and the unit will start operating in the AUTO
mode.
• The fan speed and temperature setting are set to
AUTO.
TO TURN OFF
2
Press the AUX button again.
• The red OPERATION lamp (
turn off.
1
) on the unit will
AUX
Precautions:
• The filters are sealed in a plastic bag to keep their
dust collection effect.
Do not open the bag until using the filters.
(Otherwise the filters life may be reduced.)
• Do not expose the filters to direct sunlight.
(Otherwise they may deteriorate.)
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BASIC OPERATION
1 Press the COOL, DRY or HEAT button .
: HEAT
: COOL
: DRY
• The red OPERATION lamp (
will light.
) on the unit
To change the temperature setting,
2 press
the THERMOSTAT button.
1
4
2
HEAT/COOL MODE
• The temperature can be set within the
range of 18°C to 32°C.
DRY MODE
• The temperature can be changed up to 2°C
above or below the temperature automatically
determined by the unit.
3
(Example: 1°C higher)
(Example: 2°C lower)
To change the fan speed, press the FAN
3 button.
AUTO SOFT
LOW
HIGH
• In the DRY mode, the fan speed is preset to
AUTO and cannot be changed.
To turn off the unit, press the STOP
4 button.
• The red OPERATION lamp (
unit will turn off.
) on the
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ADJUSTING THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION
VERTICAL AIR FLOW DIRECTION
HORIZONTAL AIR FLOW DIRECTION
1 Press the SWING button( ).
Press the SWING button(
) again
2 when
the vertical airflow louvre is at the
desired position.
1 Press the SWING button( ).
Press the SWING button(
) again
2 when
the horizontal airflow louvres are
at the desired position.
• The vertical airflow louvre will swing.
• The horizontal airflow louvres will swing.
1
2
1
2
NOTE:
• The adjusted position will be memorized and will
be automatically set to the same position when
operated the next time.
• The adjustment range is narrower than the
SWING range in order to prevent condensation
from dripping.
CAUTION:
Never attempt to adjust the louvres manually.
• Manual adjustment of the louvres can cause the
unit to malfunction.
• When the vertical airflow louvre is positioned at
the lowest position in the COOL or DRY mode for
an extended period of time, condensation may result.
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COANDA AIRFLOW
SPOT AIR
In cool or dry mode, the vertical airflow louvre
is set obliquely upward to deliver cool air to the
ceiling in order to avoid direct airflow.
In heat mode, the vertical airflow louvre is set
downward to deliver warm air down to the floor.
The louvres are adjusted so that air flow is
delivered to the desired area.
the SPOT AIR button to select
the desired air flow direction.
1 Press
During operation, press the COANDA
1 AIRFLOW
button.
(HEAT mode)
• The remote control will display “
”.
(COOL / DRY mode)
• The remote control will display “
”.
CANCEL
1
1
TO CANCEL
Press the COANDA AIRFLOW button again.
NOTE:
NOTE:
• If you want the SPOT AIR setting in the FULL
POWER mode, press the SPOT AIR button
during the FULL POWER operation.
• The COANDA AIRFLOW setting and the SPOT
AIR setting can not be used together.
• If you want the COANDA AIRFLOW setting in
the FULL POWER mode, press the COANDA
AIRFLOW button during the FULL POWER
operation.
• The COANDA AIRFLOW setting and the SPOT
AIR setting can not be used together.
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FULL POWER OPERATION
ENERGY SAVING OPERATION
The unit works at the maximum power and optimum louvre direction to quickly cool or warm
the room.
1
The temperature set point is automatically
controlled to save energy.
During operation, press the ENERGY
1 SAVE
button.
During operation, press the FULL
POWER button.
• The remote control will display “
• The fan speed will be set to AUTO.
• The remote control will display “
” and
AIR FLOW symbol will get longer.
• The temperature display will go off.
• The green FULL POWER lamp (
) on the
unit will light up.
• The vertical airflow louvre will be set obliquely
downward.
”.
1
1
TO CANCEL
TO CANCEL
Press the ENERGY SAVE button again.
Press the FULL POWER button again.
) on the unit
• The green FULL POWER lamp (
will turn off.
• The vertical airflow louvre will return to the original
direction.
NOTE:
• In HEAT mode, the temperature set point will be
automatically fluctuated between 0 - 2 °C lower
than the original temperature setting.
In COOL or DRY mode, the temperature set point
will be automatically fluctuated between 0 - 1 °C
higher than the original temperature setting.
• The ENERGY SAVING operation and the FULL
POWER operation can not be used together.
NOTE:
• The unit will operate at “Extra HIGH” fan speed
for 5 minutes, and then shift to “HIGH” fan speed.
• You can not set the temperature or fan speed
during the FULL POWER operation.
• To turn off the FULL POWER lamp, press the
DISPLAY button.
• The ENERGY SAVING operation and the FULL
POWER operation can not be used together.
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1.2.3.5h OFF TIMER
TIMER OPERATION
When the 1.2.3.5h OFF TIMER is set, the unit will
automatically turn off after the set time (hours).
1
TIMER OFF
1 Press the TIMER OFF ( ) button.
The TIMER OFF indicator will blink;
2 press
the TIME ADVANCE or REVERSE
button to set the desired time.
Press the 1.2.3.5h OFF TIMER button to
set the desired time.
• The time setting will change as you press the
button as follows.
(The time can be set in 10-minute increments.)
CANCEL
3 Press the TIMER SET (SET/C) button.
• The orange TIMER lamp (
light.
• The orange TIMER lamp (
) on the unit will
light up.
• The remaining operation time will be indicated
on the remote control in 1-hour increments.
) on the unit will
1
3
2
1
CANCEL
TO CANCEL
TIPS ABOUT TIMER OFF OPERATION
Press the TIMER CANCEL (SET/C) button.
Alternatively, press the 1 . 2 . 3 . 5h OFF TIMER
button.
• The orange TIMER lamp (
) on the unit will
turn off.
When the TIMER OFF mode is set, the temperature
setting is automatically adjusted to prevent the
room from becoming excessively warm or cool, for
example while you sleep. (Auto Sleep function)
HEAT mode
• One hour after the timer operation begins, the
temperature setting drops 3°C lower than the
original temperature setting.
COOL/DRY mode
• One hour after the timer operation begins, the
temperature setting rises 1°C higher than the
original temperature setting.
NOTE:
• The 1.2.3.5h OFF TIMER operation has priority
over TIMER ON and TIMER OFF operations.
• If the 1.2.3.5h OFF TIMER is set while the unit is
not operating, the unit will operate at the formerly
set condition.
• If TIMER ON and/or TIMER OFF are set, TIMER
CANCEL button cancels every setting.
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Before setting the timer, make sure the clock is properly set with the current time.
TIMER ON
TO CANCEL TIMER MODE
1 Press the TIMER ON ( ) button.
The TIMER ON indicator will blink;
2 press
the TIME ADVANCE or REVERSE
button to set the desired time.
Press the TIMER CANCEL (SET/C) button.
) on the unit will turn
• The orange TIMER lamp (
off.
• The current clock time will be displayed on the
remote control.
(The time can be set in 10-minute increments.)
3 Press the TIMER SET (SET/C) button.
4 Select the operation condition.
• The orange TIMER lamp (
light.
) on the unit will
CANCEL
NOTE:
• If any TIMER ON, TIMER OFF and ONE-HOUR
OFF TIMER are set, the TIMER CANCEL button
cancels all settings.
TO CHANGE TIME SETTING
Cancel the TIMER setting first, then set it again
COMBINED USE OF ON AND OFF TIMERS
You can use the ON and OFF timers in
combination.
Example:
To stop operation at 11:00 p.m. and resume
operation to bring the room temperature to the
desired level by 7:00 a.m.
Set the TIMER OFF to 11:00 p.m. during
1 operation.
2 Set the TIMER ON to 7:00 a.m.
1
3
2
The arrow (
or
) between the TIMER ON
indicator and the TIMER OFF indicator shows
which timer will activate first.
NOTE:
• The unit will turn on prior to the set time to allow
the room to reach the desired temperature by the
programmed time. (Awaking function)
NOTE:
• You cannot programme the ON-TIMER and
OFF-TIMER to operate the unit at different
temperatures or other settings.
• Either timer can be programmed to activate prior
to the other.
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SELF CLEAN OPERATION
PLASMACLUSTER OPERATION
Plasmacluster ions released into the room will
reduce some airborne mold and viruses.
SELF CLEAN operation using Plasmacluster
ions helps to reduce the growth mold fungus
and dry inside of the unit. It is recommended to
utilize the operation at seasonal change over.
During operation, press the
1 PLASMACLUSTER
button.
Press the SELF CLEAN button when
1 the
unit is not operating.
• The remote control will display “
”.
• The blue PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the
unit will light up.
• The remote control displays “
”.
• The blue PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit
will light up.
• The unit will stop operation after 40 minutes.
1
1
TO CANCEL
TO CANCEL
Press the PLASMACLUSTER button again.
• The PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit will turn
off.
Press the SELF CLEAN button.
• The blue PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit will
turn off.
NOTE:
NOTE:
• Use of the PLASMACLUSTER operation will be
memorized, and it will be activated the next time
you turn on the unit.
• To turn off the PLASMACLUSTER lamp, press
the DISPLAY button.
• To perform Plasmacluster operation in FAN only
mode, press the PLASMACLUSTER button when
the unit is not operating.
The mode symbol of the remote control will go off
and the fan speed cannot be set to AUTO.
• You cannot set the temperature, fan speed, air
flow direction or timer setting during the SELF
CLEAN operation.
• Mold fungus already in existence can not be
eliminated by this operation.
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ADDITIONAL NOTES ON
OPERATION
VACANCY OPERATION
Heating operation with 10°C set temperature will
be performed to protect your home and furniture
from frost damage, even when you are out.
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE
1 Press the HEAT button.
2 Press the VACANCY button.
HEATING
COOLING
• The remote control will display “ 10°C ”.
upper limit
lower limit
upper limit
lower limit
INDOOR TEMP. OUTDOOR TEMP.
27˚C
24˚C
–
–20˚C
32˚C
43˚C
21˚C
–10˚C
• The built-in protective device may prevent the unit
from operating when used out of this range.
• Condensation may form on the air outlet if the unit
operates continuously in the COOL or DRY mode
when humidity is over 80 percent.
WHEN POWER FAILURE OCCURS
This unit has a memory function to store settings
when a power failure occurs.
After power recovery, the unit will automatically restart in the same settings which were active before
the power failure, except for timer settings.
If the timers were set before a power failure, they
will need to be re-set after power recovery.
PREHEATING FUNCTION
In the HEAT operation, the indoor fan may not start
for two to five minutes after the unit is turned on to
prevent cold air from blowing out of the unit.
DE-ICING FUNCTION
• When ice forms on the heat exchanger in the
outdoor unit during the HEAT operation, an
automatic de-icer provides heat for about 5 to 10
minutes to remove the ice. During de-icing, the
inside and outside fans stop operating.
• After de-icing is completed, the unit automatically
resumes operation in the HEAT mode.
1
2
HEATING EFFICIENCY
• The unit employs a heat pump that draws heat
from the outside air and releases it into the room.
The outside air temperature therefore greatly
affects the heating efficiency.
• If the heating efficiency is reduced due to low
outside temperatures, use an additional heater.
• It takes time to warm up and heat the entire room
because of the forced air circulation system.
TO CANCEL
Press the VACANCY button again.
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MAINTENANCE
Be sure to stop the operation and turn off the
circuit breaker before performing any maintenance.
MAINTENANCE AFTER HEAT PUMP
SEASON
the unit in the SELF CLEAN
1 Operate
operation to allow the mechanism to
thoroughly dry.
Stop the operation and turn off the
2 circuit breaker.
3 Clean the filters, then reinstall them.
CLEANING THE FILTERS
The air filters should be cleaned every two weeks.
1 Turn off the unit.
2 Remove the filters.
1 Lift the open panel.
2 Push the air filters up slightly to unlock
them.
3 Pull the air filters down to remove them.
MAINTENANCE BEFORE HEAT PUMP
SEASON
sure that the air filters are not
1 Make
dirty.
sure that nothing obstructs the
2 Make
air inlet or outlet.
1
2
3
Take off the air purifying filters from the
3 air
filters.
4 Clean the filters.
CHANGING THE AIR PURIFYING FILTER
The air purifying filters should be changed every 3
~ 6 months
1 Remove the air filters.
2 Change the air purifying filters.
Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust. If the
filters are dirty, wash them with warm water and
a mild detergent. Dry filters in the shade before
reinstalling.
1 Take off the old air purifying filters from the
air filters.
2 Set the new air purifying filters, under the
filter stoppers located on the air filters.
Filter stopper
5
6 Reinstall the filters.
Reinstall the air purifying filters.
Air filter
1 Reinstall the filters in the original positions.
2 Close the open panel.
Air purifying filter
3 Reinstall the air filters.
2
NOTE:
1
• The dirty air purifying filters are not washable
for reuse. The new filters are available at your
nearest dealer.
Disposal of Filters
CLEANING THE UNIT AND THE REMOTE
CONTROL
Please dispose of replaced filters according to the
local disposal laws and regulations.
• Wipe them with a soft cloth.
• Do not directly splash or pour water on them. It
can cause electrical shock or equipment damage.
• Do not use hot water, thinner, abrasive powders
or strong solvents.
AIR PURIFYING filter materials
Filter:Polypropylene
Frame:Polyester
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BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
The following conditions do not denote equipment malfunctions
Check the following points before calling for
service.
UNIT DOES NOT OPERATE
The unit will not operate if it is turned on
immediately after it is turned off. The unit will not
operate immediately after the mode is changed.
This is to protect the unit. Wait 3 minutes before
operating the unit.
IF THE UNIT FAILS TO OPERATE
Check if the circuit breaker has tripped or the fuse
has blown.
IF THE UNIT FAILS TO HEAT (OR COOL) THE
ROOM EFFECTIVELY
• Check the filters. If dirty, clean them.
• Check the outdoor unit to make sure nothing is
blocking the air inlet or outlet.
• Check the thermostat is properly set.
• Make sure windows and doors are closed tightly.
UNIT DOES NOT SEND OUT WARM AIR
The unit is preheating or de-icing.
ODORS
Carpet and furniture odors that entered into the unit
may be recirculated by the unit.
IF THE UNIT FAILS TO RECEIVE THE REMOTE
CONTROL SIGNAL
• Check whether the remote control batteries have
become old and weak.
• Try to send the signal again with the remote
control pointed properly towards the unit’s signal
receiver window.
• Check whether the remote control batteries are
installed properly.
CRACKING NOISE
This sound is generated by the friction of the unit
expanding or connecting due to a temperature
change.
A LOW BUZZING NOISE
This is a sound of the unit generating Plasmacluster
ions.
SWISHING NOISE
The soft, swishing noise is the sound of the
refrigerant flowing inside the unit.
Please call for service when OPERATION lamp,
TIMER lamp and/or PLASMACLUSTER lamp on
the unit blink.
MIST SEEN AT INDOOR AIR OUTLET
In cooling operation, this is caused by the difference
between the room air temperature and the air
discharged.
WATER VAPOUR
In heating operation, water vapour may flow out of
the outdoor unit during de-icing.
THE OUTDOOR UNIT DOES NOT STOP
After stopping the operation, the outdoor unit will
rotate its fan for about a minute to cool down the
unit.
SPECIFICATIONS
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Rated A.C. voltage (V)
Rated frequency (Hz)
Cooling
Capacity (kW)
Heating
Cooling
Rated input (W)
Heating
ODOR EMITTED FROM THE PLASMACLUSTER
AIR OUTLET
This is the smell of ozone generated from
the Plasmacluster Ion generator. The ozone
concentration is very small, posing no adverse
effect on your health. The ozone discharged into the
air rapidly decomposes, and its density in the room
will not increase.
AY-ZP48LZ
AE-Z48LZ
220-240
50
3.6
4.8
990
1260
When tested in accordance with AS/NZS3823.1.1
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