Mitsubishi Electric MJ-E15BX-A1 Instruction manual

DEHUMIDIFIER
MODEL
MJ-E15BX-A1
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Features
Cool/Warm Air Drying System
Clothes Deodoriser
Spot Cooling Air Flow
Silver ion sterilizing and
deodorizing filter
Easy Dehumidifying
Intelligent laundry
Table of Contents
page
Before using the unit
Recommended Ways of Using the Unit ··· 2
Features of this dehumidifier ···················· 3
Precautions ················································· 4
Warning ······················································· 6
Names and Functions of Parts ················· 7
Before using your dehumidifier ·············· 10
Operating
Drying Laundry ········································· 12
Tips on Drying Laundry
Dehumidifying ·········································· 14
Condensation prevention and cold air
(Spot Air) ···················································· 15
Using Louvre ············································ 16
Using OFF Timer ······································ 17
Using Child Lock ······································ 17
Removing Odour from Clothes ··············· 18
(Clothes Deodoriser)
Internal Drying Operation ························ 19
Draining ····················································· 20
Continuous Drainage ······························· 21
Troubleshooting
Maintenance ············································· 22
Replacement Parts ··································· 24
Storage and Disposal······························· 25
Troubleshooting ······································· 26
Specifications ···························· back cover
In order to ensure correct usage, please read this
instruction manual carefully and retain it for future
reference.
Before accepting the Warranty at the time of purchase,
please make sure that the date of purchase, place of
purchase and other items are correctly filled in the form.
Keep the Instruction Manual and Warranty in a safe
place.
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Recommended Ways of Using the Unit
Drying laundry
When you want to perform automatic
Intelligent Laundry operation
When there are a lot of
clothes
When you want to dry
thick clothing quickly
When you want the unit to operate
continuously
12
P.
12
P.
Tips on Drying Laundry
P.13
When there are a lot of
clothes
Removing odour from clothes
When you want to
remove odours that
have absorbed into
clothing.
18
P.
Dehumidifying the room
When you want to perform automatic
operation
Standard dehumidifying
When you want to perform continuous
operation
14
P.
When you want to dehumidify
the inside of closets or
shoeboxes
Prevent condensation on
windows
Cooling slightly the air (spot air)
When you want slightly
cooler air when the
room temperature is
too warm
15
P.
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z Room temperature may rise
2-4°C during operation
z The unit can operate in a room
temperature range of 1-35°C.
The dehumidifier is not capable of cooling or warming a
whole room. Due to heat produced during operation, the
room temperature may rise. As a result, the unit may blow
warm air, but this is not to a malfunction.
However, if the room temperature exceeds 35°C, the unit
may operate in blower mode or increase the airflow. This is
because the temperature within the unit rises causing the
protection mechanism to operate. In order to lower the internal
temperature of the unit, use the unit with the swing function
stopped and louvre vertical.
If the temperature is below 1°C, the extracted water is close
to freezing, disabling the dehumidifier, and only the blower
is operational.
How does the dehumidifier work?
Dehumidifier cycle
If you pour cold water into a cup, the air around it
becomes cold, causing water droplets to form on the
surface of the cup.
The dehumidifier takes advantage of this phenomenon
to remove moisture from the air.
1 The unit draws air from the room, cools it with its
cooling coil, causing the moisture to transform into
water droplets.
2 The water droplets fall into the water tank.
3 Air passed through the re-heating coil is heated and
blown out from an air outlet. (The air outlet varies
depending on the operating mode.)
The humidity of the room is thus reduced by repeating
steps 1, 2, and 3.
z The defrosting operation is
performed when the room
temperature falls to 15°C or less
In all modes, the defrosting operation is performed
automatically when the room temperature falls to 15°C or less.
Approximately once every 40 minutes at its most frequent,
the DEFROST lamp lights and airflow (dehumidifying) stops
automatically, and then the frost that has accumulated inside
the unit will be melted and dropped into the tank.
Normal operation will resume several minutes after defrost
cycle begins.
Airflow stops after air is
blown for approximately
2 minutes.
The operation sound
changes
Ԛ Dried air
Cool air
Cooling coil
Warm air
Re-heating coil
z The dehumidifier collects less
water in winter.
Water tank
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Compressor
z The humidity reading on the unit
may differ from a hygrometer in
the same room
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Even in the same room, temperature and humidity levels
may differ from place to place. If the hygrometer and the
unit are in different parts of the room, the humidity levels
are prone to differ. Moreover, humidity levels differ between
places that have good and no airflow.
Use the reading on the unit as an estimate.
Cause
Inconsistencies
in temperature
and humidity
Difference in
location
Difference in
hygrometer
precision
In winter, because the temperature is generally lower than in
summer, the effect of the dehumidifier is greatly reduced as
shown in the graph below.
Although only a little water collects in the tank, this is not a
malfunction.
Temp.
Temp.
Summer (humidity)
Winter (dampness)
When the humidity is 80% and the value is HIGH
Dehumidification capacity (L/day)
Ԙ Moist air
are
Before using the unit
Features of this dehumidifier
15
10
5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Room temperature (°C)
The values shown on the graph were measured
at constant temperature and humidity and do not
reflect values obtained in actual usage conditions.
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Precautions
The following diagrams indicate circumstances
where danger can result from mishandling the unit.
WARNING
Mishandling may result in
fatal or serious injuries.
CAUTION
Mishandling may result in
injuries or damage to your
home or property, etc.
Meanings of the graphic symbols used in this manual and on
the unit are explained below.
Forbidden
Do not
disassemble
Keep away
from fire
Do not
subject to
water
Always
follow the
instructions
WARNING
Do not damage or modify the power
cord or plug. Do not use power sockets
in which the plug fits loosely.
Do not attempt to repair,
disassemble, or modify the unit.
Do not modify, bundle, twist, bend or heat the
power cord. Do not place under objects or
use with the end close to the plug bent.
(Keep pets from biting the cord.)
This may result in fire and/or electric shock.
Refer servicing to your dealer or Mitsubishi
Electric Service Centre.
The cord may be damaged resulting in fire,
electric shock or heat generation.
Exclusively use 230 to 240 V AC
power sockets for the power supply.
Do not use extension cords or
multiple head adapters.
Failing to do so may result in a fire and/or
electric shock.
This may result in fire, electric shock or
malfunctions.
Wipe dust off the power plug and
insert the plug firmly.
Do not start/stop the unit by
plugging/unplugging the power cord.
If the plug is not fully inserted into the socket,
dust may gather on the connectors which may
cause fire and/or electric shock.
This may result in fire and/or electric shock.
Do not put the unit near heat-generating
devices (such as stoves, fan heaters, etc.).
Should abnormal symptoms occur
(a burning smell, etc.), switch off
the unit and unplug it from the
socket.
The plastic parts may melt and cause fire.
Do not insert your fingers, objects,
or things that burn
easily such as paper
into an air outlet or air
intake. Do not touch
the swing louvre.
Continuing to operate the unit may result in
fire, electric shock, or malfunctions. Contact
your dealer or Mitsubishi Electric Service
Centre for consultation.
There is an internal heater, and such actions
may result in a fire, electric shock, burn, or
malfunction. Also, the internal fan rotates at
high speeds, and such action may result in an
injury or malfunction.
Drinking the water or using it for other purposes
may cause illness and/or unforeseen
accidents.
Remove water that has collected in
the tank.
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CAUTION
This results in poor ventilation
and may cause heat
generation/fire.
Do not put vases or any other
objects filled with water on the unit.
Do not use the unit for special
purposes, such as preservation
of food, art or scientific works.
This may negatively
affect the quality of the
items stored.
Water may leak into the unit adversely
affecting electric insulation and cause
electric shock and/or fire by short-circuiting.
Do not point airflow from the
unit directly at the body for a
prolonged period of time.
Do not wash the unit with water.
Do not use the unit where it is
likely to come in
contact with water.
Be especially careful when using the unit
where there is someone who is
unable to adjust the humidity
(infant, child, or elderly
person).
Before using the unit
Do not cover an air outlet or air intake
with laundry, cloth, curtain, etc.
Exposure to water may result in fire or electric
shock caused by an electric leak.
Do not use the unit where it may
be exposed to direct sunlight or
other weather conditions.
(This unit is for indoor
use only.)
This may cause overheating, electric shock
and/or fire caused by an electric leak.
Do not use the unit in narrow,
enclosed places such as
inside closets, between
pieces of furniture, etc.
If air-flow is directed at the body for long
periods, it may harm one’s physical condition
and lead to dehydration.
Do not stand on, sit on or lean
against the unit. Do not pull the
unit by the air outlet.
As the unit is on wheels, it may move, tip
over, or fall causing personal injury.
Do not remove the Styrofoam
from the floating element.
This results in poor ventilation and may
cause heat generation and/or fire.
Do not use combustion appliances
in the path of the air outlet.
This may cause
incomplete combustion
in the appliance.
Do not use the unit in places
that may be subject to oil or
flammable gas leakage.
Such a leak around the unit may cause
combustion and fire.
Do not use the unit in places
where chemicals are used
(such as hospitals, factories,
laboratories or beauty salons).
Chemicals and solvents evaporated in
the air may harm the unit and cause
water in the tank to leak, resulting in
damage to property.
The floating element will not be able to detect
a full tank resulting in water leakage, which
may damage surrounding objects or cause
electric shock and/or an electric leak.
Do not drain water continuously
if there is a possibility that
temperature around the hose
could drop to freezing point.
Water inside the hose may freeze and
prevent the water in the tank from flowing
out. The water may leak from the unit and
damage surrounding objects.
Keep the continuous drainage lid
( P21 ) out reach of children.
Failing to do so may result in the lid
being accidentally swallowed.
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Precautions (cont.)
CAUTION
Install the unit in a location
where the floor is flat and stable.
If the unit falls over, the water collected
in the water tank may leak damaging
surrounding objects and in turn
result in fire or electric shock caused
by an electrical leak.
Before moving the unit always
switch it off, unplug it and
remove water from the water
tank.
Moving the unit with water in its tank
may cause the water to leak and
damage the surrounding objects and
in turn result in electric shock and/or
an electric leak.
After emptying the tank,
transport the unit by grasping
the handle firmly.
Losing your footing while carrying the
unit may cause personal injury or
damage to the unit.
Grasp the plug and remove from
the power socket.
Switch the unit off and unplug
from the power source when
cleaning it.
When the unit is on, the internal fan
rotates at high speeds and may cause
injury.
Unplug the unit from the power
source when not using the unit
for an extended period of time.
Otherwise it may cause fire and/or
electric shock caused by an electric
leak.
When draining water
continuously or left unattended
for long periods, inspect the unit
every two weeks.
Do not allow debris to clog the filter/
hose as this may cause overheating/
leakage.
When using the continuous
drainage outlet, make sure
to position the hose so that
the water drains without
obstruction.
The water in the tank may leak and
damage surrounding objects.
When removing the plug from the
power socket, do not pull on it
diagonally or by the cord as this may
cause the projections/wiring to be
damaged resulting in a short circuit,
electric shock or fire.
Use the unit with caution in
rooms where the walls, furniture
and art work are vulnerable to
dry air, as it may cause cracks
and warping.
The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with appliance.
Warning
Keep the unit always in an upright position.
Inclining the unit may cause water in the tank to leak
into the unit, resulting in malfunction. Should you
incline the unit accidentally, contact the place of
purchase for advice.
Damage to the dehumidifier caused by atmospheric
conditions (ie. Salt or Sulphur) will not be covered
under warranty.
Do not carry the unit horizontally.
This may result in malfunctions. Such malfunctions
are NOT covered under warranty.
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Names and Functions of Parts
Front
Back
Air intake P22
Control panel P8~9
Main air outlet
Handle P11
Louvre P16
Filter cover
Before using the unit
Back air outlet
Sensor
Do not cover.
Silver ion sterilizing
and deodorizing filter
Power plug
Wheel (4) P11
Accessory
Silver ion sterilizing and deodorizing
filter P22~23·24
Hereafter referred to as
simply “silver ion filter.”
The silver ion filter is supplied with the unit at the
time of purchase. Set before using the unit. P10
What is a silver ion sterilizing and deodorizing filter?
The silver ion sterilizing and deodorizing filter is a filter consisting
of fibres containing special deodorant and silver ion antibacterial agent (anti-allergen, anti-virus, and sterilization).
Cigarette smoke and toxins found in smoke, such as carbon
monoxide, cannot be removed with this filter.
Installing your
dehumidifier At least 50 cm
At least
Make sure to leave 20 cm
some space around
the unit.
Tank P11·20
Tank lid P20
Tank guard
P11·20
Tank handle
Floating
element
P24
Level window
Continuous
drainage lid
P21
The water tank may contain water residue at time
of purchase. This is from final product testing at the
factory and is not due to a defect.
At least
20 cm
At least
20 cm
At least 20 cm
Operating noise
Use the unit on a mat or the like. This reduces
vibration and noise. It also prevents leaving
depressions on carpets, etc.
It is impossible to remove the
back panel because the two
spots shown are fastened with
two special screws. If the unit
malfunctions, contact your
Mitsubishi dealer:
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Names and Functions of Parts (cont.)
Control Panel
CHILD LOCK lamp
Lights while child lock
is active.
CHILD LOCK Switch
To lock/unlock the
switch, press the switch
for at least 3 seconds.
Tank FULL lamp
Lights up to warn that the water tank is full.
P20
DEFROST lamp
Lights during defrosting operation.
DEO-DRY lamp
Lights during deodorizing
clothes operation.
DEO-DRY Switch
Switches to deodorizing
clothes operation.
P3
P18
P17
MILDEW GUARD ELITE lamp
Flashes during mildew guard
elite operation.
Lights when the mildew guard
elite operation is waiting to
begin.
MILDEW GUARD ELITE switch
Use this to switch the internal
drying operation ON and OFF.
Operation
Mode lamps
The lamp for
the current
operating
mode lights.
SPOT AIR
Switch
Switches to
cold wind
operation.
P19
P15
OFF TIMER lamps
The lamp displaying the remaining time lights
when the OFF timer is operating.
OFF TIMER Switch
Use this to set the OFF timer operation time.
P17
Operation
Mode lamps
The lamp for
the current
operating
mode lights.
DEHUMIDIFYING
Switch
Switches to
dehumidifying
operation.
Operation
Mode lamps
The lamp for
the current
operating
mode lights.
LAUNDRY
Switch
Switches
to laundry
operation.
P14~15
P12
SWING LOUVRE lamps
The lamp for the swing direction of the louvre lights.
SWING LOUVRE Switch
Sets the swing louvre direction or locks it into
position.
P16
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LAUNDRY HIGH
DEHUMIDIFYING AUTO, HIGH, LOW
Cool air
Before using the unit
CURRENT HUMIDITY Indicator
This indicates the approximate
current humidity (The current
humidity is displayed in a range
from 30 to 80%).
The air outlets for warm air and cool air
generated by dehumidifier cycle ( P3 )
are switched automatically depending
on the operating mode.
Warm air
Cool air and warm air are blown
from the main air outlet.
LAUNDRY HEAVY
SPOT AIR WARM AIR
Cool air
POWER ON/OFF Switch
Use this to turn the
power ON and OFF.
P12·14
Warm air
Warm air is blown from the main air outlet
and cool air from the back air outlet.
SPOT AIR COOL AIR/VARY, COOL AIR/LOW
Warm air
Cool air
Cool air is blown from the main air outlet
and warm air from the back air outlet.
LAUNDRY NORMAL
DEO DRY
The air flow route changes automatically
depending on the operation time and humidity
state.
There may sometimes be a gentle clicking or
rattling sound when the air flow route changes.
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Before using your dehumidifier
Set the silver ion filter
The silver ion filter is supplied with the unit at time of purchase. Please fit before using the unit.
1
2
Remove the silver ion filter from
the polyethylene bag.
4
Set the filter cover.
Insert the bottom tabs into the unit until they
click.
Remove the filter cover.
Performance is unaffected even if the metal
fins inside the main unit are slightly bent.
3
Note
Pull forward to
remove
Make sure the silver ion filter is attached to the
unit.
If it is not, fine dust will enter inside the unit
and cause a malfunction.
Set the silver ion filter into the
filter cover.
Align the white net surface with the filter cover,
set the filter inside the tabs, and fix the filter in
the centre tabs.
(
Tabs
Outer side: 12
Centre: 2
)
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Tank guard
Make sure the tank
is inserted correctly
Tank
Make sure the tank is
not broken or cracked
Plug the power cord into
the power socket
The unit can be transported using the wheels on
the bottom.
Check that the water tank is empty and the louvre is
shut before transporting.
Raise handle to transport
Before using the unit
Check the tank and tank guard,
and insert the tank all the way in
while supporting the unit.
Carrying the Unit
The wheels on the bottom rotate
in the directions indicated by
the arrows.
Attempting to move the unit
forcibly may cause it to tip over.
Note
Inserting the water
tank correctly
Do not attempt to carry the unit horizontally.
Tilting the unit will result in the water spilling
and cause a malfunction.
Do not hold the louvre (main air outlet).
Use the wheels on hard flat surface.
Lift over doorsills and steps. Refrain from using
the wheels on thick-pile carpet, as this may
damage the carpet.
Do not let the power cord get tangled in the
wheels. Additionally, do not let the power cord
drag, as this may damage the cord.
Use a 230-240V AC
power socket only.
If the louvre is open, it closes automatically.
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Drying Laundry
You can select from three operating modes.
3
The operating mode lamp lights.
The current humidity is displayed.
The louvre opens and airflow starts.
2 Press
to select the
operating mode
Changes with every press.
Information
1 Press
2
1
The compressor does not activate immediately after
turning the unit off, or after plugging the unit into the
power socket. (This is in order to protect the compressor.)
Dehumidifying begins approximately 3 minutes after
you press the POWER switch. When dehumidifying
begins, the operational noise increases.
The unit remembers the operating mode. Even if the plug
is disconnected or the power turned off, the unit restarts at
the previous setting.
What are HEAVY and NORMAL functions of
INTELLIGENT LAUNDRY?
Operations in which the unit controls the airflow while
monitoring the humidity of the room, and estimates when
the clothes will dry, and stops the unit automatically.
These operations are performed for a period of time
ranging from approximately 1 hour to 12 hours.
z LAUNDRY NORMAL LAUNDRY MODE
This is for drying normal weighted fabrics, or when
there are many clothes.
Information
The blowing route changes automatically
depending on the operating mode. P9
When the operational mode is HEAVY or
NORMAL intelligent laundry
Drain the tank before use.
The unit may stop before the washing dries
because of a full tank.
Do not use in conjunction with the OFF timer.
The timer may turn the unit off before the washing dries.
If the room temperature is approximately
5°C or less, the unit operates for 1 hour and
automatically switches off.
If the room temperature is low, it becomes difficult
for water to evaporate from clothes because the
humidity does not change. Use HIGH.
3 Press
z LAUNDRY HEAVY LAUNDRY MODE
This is for thick fabrics, or when you want to dry
bath towels and the like.
Rough Guide on Usage
Normal
Thick
Amount of laundry Up to approx. 6kg Up to approx. 2kg
Size of room
Up to approx. 16m2
Keep usage within the ranges specified in “Rough Guide
on Usage” to ensure efficient drying.
z HIGH
The unit operates continuously regardless of the
humidity. Select this when you want to continue
LAUNDRY operation.
to select the louvre swing direction.
Set a direction that allows air to be blown onto all of the clothes.
Press
The operating mode lamp turns off.
The CURRENT HUMIDITY indicator goes out.
The louvre closes.
Operation stops after air is blown from the
back air outlet for approximately 2 minutes.
Information
To stop operation
To prevent the temperature inside
the unit from rising, the blower
fan rotates for approximately 2
minutes before operation stops.
Wait until the blower fan stops
before unplugging the power cord.
If the Internal drying operation
(auto) is set, it starts after
operation stops. P19
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Tips on Drying Laundry
To dry laundry quickly and neatly
How to Hang Clothes
Fully extend the clothes to remove any wrinkles.
Leave space between clothes to allow air to easily pass
through them (Guideline for spacing: Approximately 5 cm)
Hang any difficult to dry items in positions where air flow
can easily come into contact with them.
Clothes placed close together will take a longer time to dry.
Drying times will vary depending on the nature and the quantity of the
laundry and the room temperature
When there are a lot of clothes
When the room temperature is low P3
The drying time required at a low temperature (approximately 10°C)
is around twice that at a normal temperature (approximately 20°C).
In large room P12
How to Direct Air Flow at Clothes
Use the swing louvre to direct air onto all clothes
Clothes placed in locations that are not exposed to the wind
will take time to dry.
Operating
When there are a lot of clothes
Change the hanging positions of the clothes during drying to
ensure air is blown onto all clothes.
About the Room for Hanging Clothes
Hanging the clothes in a small enclosed room allows for
very efficient dehumidifying and quick drying.
When the room temperature is low such as during winter
Drying becomes easier if you also use a heater to raise the room
temperature to approximately 16°C or more.
Using the unit to dry clothes hung in a room is recommended on days such as
the following.
z Cloudy and rainy days
z Days with a lot of pollen
and dust in the air
z Days you are unable
to bring in the washing
during daylight hours
Drying clothes hung outside takes
a while on days with high humidity
because it is difficult for water to
evaporate.
Hanging clothes inside enables
you to prevent pollen and dirt
getting on them.
Dry clothes absorb dampness
when the air cools outside after the
sun sets, meaning your efforts will
have gone to waste.
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Dehumidifying
You can select from three operating modes.
1
1 Press
The operating mode lamp lights.
The current humidity is displayed.
The louvre opens and airflow starts.
2 Press
Information
2
The compressor does not activate immediately after
turning the unit off, or after plugging the unit into the
power socket. (This is in order to protect the compressor.)
Dehumidifying begins approximately 3 minutes after
you press the POWER switch. When dehumidifying
begins, the operational noise increases.
The unit records the operating mode. Even if the plug is
disconnected or the power turned off, the unit restarts at
the previous setting.
to select the
operating mode
Changes with every press.
z DEHUMIDIFYING AUTO
The unit changes the airflow rate automatically and
operates intermittently. Select this when you want to
maintain a comfortable humidity level.
Rough Guide on Usage
Up to approx. 13m2
Size of room
Use the swing louvre as desired. P16
Keep usage within the ranges specified in “Rough
Guide on Usage” to ensure efficient operation.
z DEHUMIDIFYING HIGH
The unit operates continuously with a high airflow rate.
Select this when you want to dehumidify at a high
level.
z DEHUMIDIFYING LOW
The unit operates continuously with a low airflow rate.
Select this when you want a reduced air flow during
dehumidifying.
To stop operation
Press
The operating mode lamp turns off.
The CURRENT HUMIDITY indicator goes out.
The louvre closes.
Operation stops after air is blown from the
back air outlet for approximately 2 minutes.
Information
If the room temperature exceeds 35°C, the unit
operates with the same airflow rate as HIGH in
order to protect the compressor.
To prevent the temperature inside
the unit from rising, the blower
fan rotates for approximately 2
minutes before operation stops.
Wait until the blower fan stops
before unplugging the power cord.
If the Internal drying operation
(auto) is set, it starts after
operation stops. P19
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Condensation prevention and cool air (Spot Air)
Use spot air when you want to prevent condensation on
windows or you want cool air to be blown at a specific location.
About AUTO OPERATION IN
EASY DEHUMIDIFYING
The unit operates intermittently to control
the airflow to remove the dampness in the
air. When the room temperature is high,
the fan operates to reduce the rise in room
temperature.
1 Press
2
1
P14
2 Press
to select the
operating mode
50
20
27 30
If the room temperature
is below 27°C, the unit
changes the set humidity
level according to the
room temperature, and
starts dehumidifying.
Room
Temperature
(°C)
Changes with every press.
The airflow distribution changes automatically
depending on the operating mode. P9
z SPOT AIR WARM AIR
If the room temperature is above
27°C, the unit dehumidifies until the
humidity level reaches 50%, and then
activates the fan. The dehumidifier is
reactivated when the humidity level
rises to 60%.
The unit blows warm air from the main air outlet and
dehumidifies continuously. Select this when you want
to prevent condensation forming on windows in winter.
Warm air is blown from the main air outlet, and cold air
from the back air outlet.
Operating
Set Humidity Level (%)
60
3
z SPOT AIR COOL AIR/VARY
The unit sets the strength of the airflow rate and
dehumidifies with a cold wind.
Since the wind feels gentle and the unit works to prevent
one spot from becoming overly cold, this operation enables
you to feel pleasantly cool. (Spot cold wind that feels cool)
If the room is large, the humidity level may
not fall to the set humidity level.
Once the set humidity level is reached,
the airflow and louvre operations may
stop.
Cold air is blown from the main air outlet, and warm air
from the back air outlet.
z SPOT AIR COOL AIR/LOW
The unit dehumidifies with a cold wind (airflow rate set
to low). Select this when you want a slightly cold wind,
such as after taking a bath.
Cold air is blown from the main air outlet, and warm air
from the back air outlet.
Preventing condensation on
windows and dehumidifying
the inside of closets
Recommended Operating
Modes
SPOT AIR WARM AIR
LAUNDRY HIGH
DEHUMIDIFYING HIGH, LOW
3 Press
to select the
louvre swing direction P16
To stop operation
Information
Use the swing louvre to blow
air at the location you want to
dehumidify.
Unlike an air conditioner, the unit is not capable of
cooling a whole room. Using the unit in a closed room
could instead cause the room temperature to rise.
Press
P14
When the room temperature is low such as during the winter,
the distributed air may not feel warm as the temperature is
below body temperature, even though the dehumidifier is in
the WARM AIR operating mode.
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Using Louvre
The louvre can be made to swing. Select from the 4 possible settings to suit the purpose.
During operation,
press
to select the
louvre swing direction
The swing direction changes with the
touch of a button
z Stop swing
operation
To stop the louvre
at the desired
angle
When you want to
dry training shoes
Swing stops (lamp turns off)
To cover the entire
room
Information
The louvre can be adjusted to a
desired angle by hand while the
swing operation is stopped.
(When you want air to be blown
downward, point the louvre
downward.)
z WIDE
The swing operation stops when the power cord is
unplugged.
The level of noise emitted from the unit varies
according to the angle of the air-flow.
The louvre sometimes stops temporarily to correct its
position.
If the louvre is knocked out of the desired angle
because the louvre is touched by a hand or object,
press the SWING LOUVRE switch again to readjust
the position.
If air is blown directly onto a wall, the wall may
become dirty because of dust in the air being blown
onto the wall.
When you want to dry training shoes, place them at a
position that is a little higher than floor level.
The louvre stops
The swing lamp turns off
z FRONT
When you want
to dehumidify the
inside of closets,
etc.
z UPWARD
For drying clothes,
etc.
The louvre swings so that air is
blown over a wide area.
The blowing range is
approximately 145°. (The
moving range of the louvre is
approximately 120°.)
The louvre swings so that air is
blown from the front of the unit.
The blowing range is
approximately 60°.
Swing speed is automatically
controlled to send air at clothes
from the all angles.
The blowing range is
approximately 70°.
㧡㧜q
㧞㧜q
The louvre moves slowly through
the last 20° of the swing, as the
time taken to traverse the rear
arc is shorter than that for the
upward arc when moving at a
constant speed.
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Using OFF Timer
You can select an operating time from 2, 4, and 8 hours.
When the set time is reached, the unit switches itself off
automatically. Set the OFF timer while the unit is ON.
3
You can lock the switches.
Use this function when you want to stop children
operating the unit.
2
When the water tank becomes full, dehumidifying is
not possible because the unit automatically shuts
down. Empty the water tank before operating.
Press
seconds
The child lock lamp lights.
If you lock the unit when the POWER is
OFF.
The unit will not turn on, even if you press
the POWER button to turn it on. Only the
CHILD LOCK lamp will blink.
(Pressing the POWER button again will
cause the lamp to turn on solidly.)
If you lock the unit when the POWER is
ON.
The unit will not turn off, even if you press
the POWER button to turn it off. Only the
CHILD LOCK lamp will blink.
(Pressing the POWER button again will
cause the lamp to turn on solidly.)
P14
Information
Set the desired operating mode and louvre
swing direction. P12~16
If LAUNDRY NORMAL or HEAVY is used in
conjunction with the OFF timer, operation may
stop before the clothes dry.
3 Press
to select the
The lamp for the selected time lights.
(Off time operation starts)
Information
operating time
Changes with each press.
Inactive (lamp turns off)
for 3 or more
Operating
1 Removing water from the tank
2 Press
Using Child Lock
Only the CHILD LOCK switch can be
operated while the child lock is set. The
other switches become no longer operable,
so deactivate the child lock to use the other
switches when you want to operate them.
The child lock is switched off when the power
cord is unplugged and plugged in again.
When you want to release the child lock
The OFF timer lamp (remaining operation
time indication) changes as time passes.
When the set time is reached, the unit switches
itself off and the louvre closes automatically.
When you want to cancel the OFF timer
before the set time is reached
When you want to turn the unit off
Press
for 3 or more
seconds
The child lock lamp goes out.
Press the POWER button. (Power off)
When you want to disable the OFF timer
and continue operation
Press the OFF TIMER switch repeatedly until the
operating time lamps go out.
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Removing Odour from Clothes (Clothes Deodoriser)
The unit operates for approximately 1 hour to remove odour from clothes. The airflow
rate and compressor are automatically controlled. Use this operation when you want to
remove odour from clothes that are not frequently washed, such as suits and sweaters.
Preparation
Hang clothing and then place the dehumidifier
beneath.
How to Hang Clothes
Secure hangers so
they will not be moved
by airflow.
Removes odours such as:
cigarettes and cooking
smells
Space laundry apart
to improve airflow.
1 Press
2 Press
P14
to select the
louvre swing direction.
P16
The odour will not be removed from clothes not
in contact with the airflow.
Fasten the buttons
on suits, coats,
and the like.
Allow pants
to hang
unfolded.
Note
Do not use for leather and silk goods.
Drain the water tank before operating.
Ensure ventilation during operation.
Information
When odour is
absorbed into
the fabric, allow
air to blow inside
the hanging
garment.
The odour cannot be removed in the following cases.
When the temperature and humidity inside
the room are low
When there are many clothes
The odour will not be removed from parts not
blown by the wind.
Sharp odour such as perfumes and chemicals
cannot be removed.
The odour of oil and dirt on clothes cannot be
removed.
If the operation has little effect, try the
operation again, or wash or clean the clothes.
3 Press
The DEO-DRY lamp lights.
Operation stops after approximately 1 hour.
The airflow rate cannot be set because it is
changed automatically. Do not use this operation
in conjunction with other operations.
When you want to stop the operation
Pressing the DEO-DRY switch does not abort the
operation.
(The deodorant dry operation starts again.)
When you want to end the operation
partway through:
Press the POWER switch (OFF).
When you want to switch to another
operation:
Press the LAUNDRY switch or DEHUMIDIFYING
switch.
Details on Clothes Deodorant Operation This operation takes approximately one hour.
CLOTHES DEODORANT switch (ON)
Clothes deodorant operation (Approx. one hour.)
Warm Air operation
The odour components on clothes are absorbed by
blowing a low temperature air containing moisture while
performing deodorizing with the filter of the unit.
The moisture is evaporated by a warm herbal air flow in
order to separate the odour components.
Approx. 20 min.
Auto Stop
Cold Air operation
Approx. 40 min.
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Internal Drying Operation
The inside of the unit can be dried to suppress mildew growth on the cooler.
On days the dehumidifier is used, internal drying is recommended.
Automatic operation
Manual operation
To activate internal cleaning after every use.
Press the
Press
Press
while the unit is ON
while the unit is OFF
Internal cleaning operation standby
(The MILDEW GUARD ELITE lamp lights)
The internal cleaning operation starts
The MILDEW GUARD ELITE lamp flashes
and the louvre stops in the vertical position
Internal cleaning operation
The operation ends
The internal cleaning operation starts
The MILDEW GUARD ELITE lamp flashes,
the current humidity indicator turns off, and
the louvre stops in the vertical position
When you want to stop the operation
When you want to end the operation
partway through:
The internal cleaning operation ends
The MILDEW GUARD ELITE lamp turns off
and the louvre closes
Press the MILDEW GUARD ELITE switch.
(The MILDEW GUARD ELITE lamp turns off)
Operating
The internal cleaning operation ends
The MILDEW GUARD ELITE lamp turns off
and the louvre closes
Internal cleaning operation
When you want to switch to another
operation:
Press the POWER switch.
When you want to deactivate automatic operation
Press the MILDEW GUARD ELITE switch
while the unit is ON
(The MILDEW GUARD ELITE lamp goes out)
Information
while the unit is OFF.
Connecting/disconnecting the power plug deactivates automatic operation.
This function does not remove existing mildew. Also, aborting internal cleaning operation may cause the benefits to
diminish.
Do not close the louvres during mildew guard elite operation as this causes noise.
The moisture expelled from inside the unit may cause the humidity level of the room to rise.
The air leaving the unit may appear white depending on the humidity or temperature of the room.
The moisture expelled from inside the unit may smell due to odorants* that were not caught by the filter dissolving in the water.
* The silver ion filter is mainly for absorbing ammonia.
The OFF timer cannot be set during mildew guard elite operation.
Details on mildew guard elite operation
This operation takes approximately one hour. However, when
the room temperature is below 1°C, drying time is shortened
to protect the compressor.
OFF
Mildew guard elite operation (approx. one hour.)
Regular
Operation
Airflow
Airflow stops; compressor activated
Drying is performed
by blowing wind
Drying is performed by heating
the heat exchanger
Approx. 30min.
Approx. 20min. (Varies according to the room temperature)
Operating
sound
Compressor
stops
Airflow
Drying is performed
by blowing wind
Unit stops
automatically
Approx. 10min.
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Draining
The unit automatically shuts down and the Tank Full lamp is lit when the tank is full.
Empty the tank.
When the tank becomes full, the FULL lamp lights.
1
3
Remove the water tank.
Information
Tank Full lamp lights.
(The unit beeps continuously).
The CURRENT HUMIDITY indicator goes out.
Airflows stop after air is blown for approximately 2 minutes.
After removing the water and replacing the
tank, the Tank Full lamp will go off, and the unit
will automatically return to operation mode.
When the Tank Full lamp is lit, no operation but
ON/OFF is possible.
When using the OFF timer, you are only
notified by the FULL lamp lighting.
Slide the tank lid to close the
tank.
Grasp handle
and slide out.
Hold the tank this way
the tank all the way in
4 Insert
while supporting the unit.
the tank lid to open the
2 Slide
tank and then empty the water.
Tank guard
Make sure the tank is
inserted correctly
Tank
Make sure the tank is
not broken or cracked
Information
Tank lid
Pour the
water out as
shown.
Secure the lid and guard properly or else the
tank may become stuck.
If the tank is not installed correctly, the tank full
light will come on, and the unit will not operate.
Note
A beep sound is heard.
Do not remove or dismantle the floating element
in the tank. If it is removed, the unit cannot detect
when the tank is full, and this could result in
leakage.
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Continuous Drainage
If a drain is available, the unit can continuously drain excess water by attaching a commercially available hose
(internal diameter 15mm).
The unit can be operated for extensive periods without the need to empty the water tank.
Commercially available hose
(I.D. 15mm)
Long enough to reach the drain.
Items to
prepare
CAUTION
Do not drain water continuously if there
is a possibility that temperatures around
the hose could drop below freezing point.
How to set up the drainage hose
Correctly
installed
Incorrectly
installed
hose immersed in
water
hose raised to a
level higher than the
drainage outlet
→ The water will not
drain.
Water inside the hose may freeze and water may leak
from the unit and damage surrounding objects.
Keep the continuous drainage lid out
reach of children.
Failing to do so may result in the lid being
accidentally swallowed.
When draining water continuously or left
unattended for long periods, inspect the
unit once a fortnight.
Foreign objects, etc. could clog the hose resulting in
overheating and/or leakage.
3
Remove the water tank.
Attach a hose to the unit
With the stopper pushed up, insert a
commercially available hose (diameter of 15 mm)
all the way to the base of the drainage outlet,
and confirm that no water leaks out.
Hose
Stopper
Operating
1
the continuous
2 Remove
drainage lid
Continuous
drainage lid
When the lid is difficult
to remove, pull it while
twisting
Position of drainage outlet
Drain
Attach the tank to the unit,
4 and place the end of the hose
in the drain location.
To drain
location
㧝㧠㧜OO
㧝㧞㧡OO
Note
The unit cannot operate without the tank installed.
Confirm that the hose does not show signs of deterioration such as bending, cracks and clogging.
Inspect the hose every 2 weeks. Insects or dirt blocking the hose may cause leakage resulting in malfunctions.
Keep the continuous drainage lid in a safe place so as not to lose it.
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Maintenance
Do not use detergents, cleaning agents for heat exchange equipment, abrasive powders, chemically treated dusters,
gasoline, benzene, thinners or other solvents, as they can damage the unit or the water tank, which may result in leakage.
Once Every Two Weeks
Silver Ion Filter, Air Intake, and Sensor
Clogging with dust and the like reduces the effectiveness of the dehumidifying. Clean once every two weeks.
Preparation
Press the POWER switch to turn off the
power, wait until the blower fan stops rotating
(approximately 2 minutes) before unplugging the
power cord.
the air intake and
3 Clean
sensor
Remove any dirt
with a vacuum
cleaner.
1 Remove the filter cover
Sensor
Pull forward to remove.
Air intake
Do not use a nozzle with a brush. This may
damage the filter.
Performance is unaffected even if the metal fins
inside the main unit are slightly bent.
Remove the silver ion filter
2 from the filter cover, and then
the silver ion filter into
4 Set
the filter cover
Align the white net surface with the filter cover,
set the filter inside the tabs, and fix the filter in
place with the centre tabs.
clean the filter.
Silver ion filter
Filter cover
(
Tabs
Outer side: 12
Centre: 2
)
Make sure the silver ion filter is attached to
the unit. If it is not, fine dust will enter inside
the unit and cause a malfunction.
Remove any dust from the white net
surface with the nozzle of a vacuum
cleaner.
5 Set the filter cover.
Do not use a nozzle with a brush. This may
damage the filter.
When the filter is very dirty
Soak the filter in water.
Insert the bottom
tabs into the unit
until they click.
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Once Every Three Months
Silver Ion Filter (Soak in Water)
Soaking the silver ion filter in water enables you to remove fine dust and odour from the silver ion filter.
Preparation
Press the POWER switch to turn off the
power, wait until the blower fan stops rotating
(approximately 2 minutes) before unplugging the
power cord.
1 Remove the filter cover
Removing the filter, see P22
Remove the silver ion filter
2 from the filter cover, and then
clean the filter.
the silver ion filter in
3 Soak
water.
Soak in cool to
lukewarm water for
about 30 minutes.
Do not use detergent or hot water. Also,
do not use a brush or the like to scrub the
filter or rub the filter while soaking. This may
damage the filter.
Any yellow or dark stains may remain on the
filter, but should not affect performance.
The filter can be soaked for a total of eight
times. After that, replace with a new filter.
Silver ion filter
4 Dry the silver ion filter well
Filter cover
Dry the filter on an
even surface in the
shade.
Remove any dust from the white net
surface with the nozzle of a vacuum
cleaner.
Do not use a nozzle with a brush. This may
damage the filter.
the silver ion filter into
5 Set
the filter cover
Setting the filter, see P22
6 Set the filter cover.
Troubleshooting
Do not hang with pegs or the like. This may
damage the filter.
Do not use the filter while wet.
Setting the filter, see P22
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Maintenance (cont.)
Replacement Parts
The silver ion filter becomes depleted over time.
Replace them when necessary.
Cleaning
Water tank · Main unit
Replacing the silver ion filter
Although the silver ion filter lasts roughly 2
years, replace it when:
Wipe with a soft cloth.
You have soaked the filter 8 times.
The silver ion filter has turned brown due to
cigarette smoke or black with dust.
Floating element
Do not remove or dismantle.
Filter life differs on usage and environmental
conditions
Remove the filter cover from the unit,
and replace the silver ion filter.
Parts sold separately
Removing and setting the filter, see P10
When disposing the filter, see P25
Silver ion sterilizing and deodorizing
filter for replacement
Type: MJPR-10AXFT
Type code: 5C5 822
For these items contact your nearest
Mitsubishi Electric dealer.
The unit draws in dust present in the air, and this
may cause the tank to gradually become dirty. If
the dirt does not come off easily, wash with cold
or warm water, then wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
Mildew may form in the tank unless kept clean.
After cleaning the tank, attach the tank guard and
then set the tank in the unit.
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Storage and Disposal
Storage
When disposing the unit
After switching the unit off, leave for one day until
any water inside has had time to settle. Then carry
out the following steps.
1 Perform internal drying
P19
Performing internal drying to prevent mildew
growth is recommended.
Dispose according to the garbage regulations in
your district.
Silver ion filter Material:
PET and PS
Unit
Do not disassemble. Dispose according to the
waste regulations in your area.
the
2 Wrap
power cord
the drainage water.
3 Remove
P20
4 Clean the silver ion filter
P22
Remove any dust from the white net surface
with the nozzle of a vacuum cleaner.
the air intake and
5 Clean
sensor P22
Remove any dust from the white net surface
with the nozzle of a vacuum cleaner.
When you are sure that all parts of the unit
are dry, cover it with a cloth to keep it from
dust.
Store the unit in an upright position in a
place not exposed to direct sunlight.
Troubleshooting
6 Store the unit.
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Troubleshooting
For the symptoms listed below, refer to the remedies listed right.
Symptom
The unit blows warm air
Cause/Remedy
Air passed through the re-heating coil is warm.
Unlike an air conditioner, the unit is not capable of cooling a whole room.
Using the unit in a closed room will instead cause the room temperature to rise.
When the unit is set to COOL AIR/VARY or COOL AIR/LOW, warm air is
blown from the back air outlet.
P3
P3
P9
The unit does not blow warm
air
Is operation being performed with the unit set to other than SPOT AIR
WARM AIR?
→ Perform operation with the unit set to SPOT AIR WARM AIR.
P15
The unit does not blow cool
air
Is operation being performed with the unit set to other than SPOT AIR
COOL AIR/VARY or COOL AIR/LOW?
→ Perform operation with the unit set to SPOT AIR COOL AIR/VARY or COOL AIR/LOW.
P15
Water does not collect in
the water tank (minimal
dehumidifying results)
Check to see if the temperature/humidity is low.
Low room temperature/humidity reduces dehumidifying effectiveness. This is
not a malfunction.
P3
The unit does not operate (No
air comes out and the louvre
does not swing)
Check to see if the power cord is correctly plugged.
→ Plug the power cord properly into the power socket.
Check to see if anything is blocking the air intake or outlet.
→ Remove the obstruction.
P5
The unit stops
Is operation being performed with the unit set to DEHUMIDIFYING AUTO?
→ The unit is automatically switching between dehumidifying, blowing and stopping. P14~15
Check to see if the silver ion filter is clogged.
→ Clean according to the maintenance procedures.
Stops after
a short time
Indicates
Indicates
The unit continues to operate
even though it is turned off
P22~23
Is operation being performed with the unit set to LAUNDRY NORMAL or HEAVY?
→ If the room temperature is approximately 5°C or less, operation stops after
approximately 1 hour. If the room temperature is low, it becomes difficult for
water to evaporate from clothes because the humidity does not change.
Is operation being performed with the unit set to DEO-DRY?
→ This operation is designed to end after approximately 1 hour.
Check to see if the water tank is full.
→ Empty the water tank and return it to its original position.
Check to see if the water tank is inserted properly.
→ Adjust the position of the water tank.
P12
P18
P20
P11
Check to see if the unit is in defrosting mode. The unit activates
defrosting mode when the room temperature drops below 15°C. The
dehumidifier and blower functions stop during defrosting.
P3
Even if the POWER switch is turned off, the blower fan rotates for
approximately 2 minutes to prevent the temperature inside the unit from
rising. Wait until the blower fan stops before removing the power plug.
Is the unit set to internal drying mode?
The function activates automatically after operations end.
P12·14
P19
The humidity level does not
drop easily
Check to see if the room is too large.
Check to see if the exits to the room are open.
→ Refrain from opening doors/windows during operation.
Check to see if steam producing appliances such as kerosene heaters are on in the vicinity.
The hygrometer reading on
the unit differs from other
hygrometers in the room
Hygrometer readings can differ from place to place even if in the same room.
Use the unit humidity reading as an estimate.
The louvre does not move as set
Press the Swing louvre switch again.
The water tank contains liquid
or white water residue
The residue is from final product testing at the factory. It is not a result of a
malfunction.
There is black residue on the
inside of the water tank and lid.
The residue is from debris in the air.
→ Clean according to the maintenance procedures.
P3
P16
P24
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Symptom
The operating
sound is loud
The operating
noise is loud/
reverberates
The unit
makes
noises
The unit
produces
an odour
The operating
sound suddenly
increases in
volume
The sound changes
in volume
The unit produces
a simmering sound
The unit makes a
gentle clinking or
rattling sound
The unit produces
a buzz that sounds
intermittently (or
the compressor
does not activate)
Cause/Remedy
Since the unit uses two fans and two motors in addition to the cool air function, the
operating sound becomes loud compared to models without a cool air function. This is
not a malfunction. If the operating sound bothers you, use the unit set to DEHUMIDIFYING LOW.
Check to see if the unit is on a slope or uneven surface.
P6
→ Move to a sturdy even surface.
Check to see if the silver ion filter is clogged.
P22~23
→ Clean according to the maintenance procedures.
Operating the unit in small rooms or in tight spaces sometimes causes
the sound to reverberate.
P7
→ Place a mat underneath the unit.
The sound increases when the compressor activates (approximately 3 minutes
after turning on the unit or during automatic operation ( DEHUMIDIFYING AUTO)).
Is operation being performed with the unit set to DEHUMIDIFYING LOW?
→ When the room temperature becomes 35°C or more, operation is performed
with the same amount of wind as HIGH in order to protect the compressor.
The volume of the sound differs depending on the angle of the louvre.
P16
This is the sound of the refrigerant. The sound can be heard while the refrigerant
stabilizes after the unit turns on, changes modes, or stops.
This is the sound of the air flow route changing. The unit sometimes makes
sounds when the operating mode changes or the air flow route changes during
operation.
This is the sound of the compressor. In modes that monitor the humidity
level or during drying inside, the compressor operates intermittently
causing the sound to be heard occasionally. The compressor does not
activate after turning the unit off, or for 3 minutes after plugging the unit
into a power socket. (This is to protect the compressor from damage.)
When first used
The heat converter heats rapidly causing an odour. This is not a malfunction.
• During internal
drying
• During
deodorizing
clothes operation
The moisture expelled from inside the unit may smell due to odorants that
were not caught by the silver ion filter dissolving in the water. This is not a
malfunction.
P12~14
Error message (Humidity indicator)
Cause/Remedy
appears in the CURRENT
HUMIDITY indicator
Check to see if the power cord is plugged into the power socket properly.
→ Plug the power cord into the power socket properly.
appears in
the CURRENT HUMIDITY
indicator
Check to see if anything is blocking the air outlet.
→ Remove the obstruction, and plug the power cord into the power
socket again.
Check to see if the silver ion filter is clogged.
→ Clean according to the maintenance procedures.
appears in the CURRENT
HUMIDITY indicator
If the unit is tilted or falls over, operation stops and “ ” appears.
→ Place the unit on a even surface, and then turn on the power switch again.
appears
in the CURRENT HUMIDITY
indicator
Malfunction
→ Take note of error message, unplug the power cord, and contact the
place of purchase.
P5
Troubleshooting
Digital display
P22~23
If the symptoms persist even after following the prescribed remedies, or the error message does not
disappear, unplug the power cord, and contact the place of purchase.
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Specifications
Model
MJ-E15BX-A1
Power supply
Single phase 230-240V 50Hz
Dehumidifying capacity
15.0 L/day
Power consumption
290W
Water tank capacity
stops automatically at approx. 2.5L
Weight
14kg
Dimensions (h × w × d)
568mm × 390mm × 205mm
The dehumidifying capacity is a value obtained when the dehumidifier is continuously run at a
roomtemperature of 30°C and relative humidity of 80%. It indicates the amount of dehumidification per day
(24 hours).
Standby power approximately 1W.
Distributed and guaranteed throughout New Zealand by:
Black Diamond Technologies Ltd.
Auckland
Unit 1, 4 Walls Rd.
PO Box 12726 Penrose
Auckland
Phone 09 526 9347
Fax 09 526 9348
Wellington
1 Parliament St.
PO Box 30772
Lower Hutt Wellington
Phone 04 560 9147
Fax 04 560 9133
Christchurch
37 Mandeville St.
PO Box 1604
Christchurch
Phone 03 341 2837
Fax 03 341 2838
For after sales and service:
Phone 0800 737 842
Fax 0800 845 632
Fill in the following for your future reference.
Place of purchase:
Telephone number:
Authorised Service Centre:
Telephone number:
Date of purchase:
Day
This instruction manual is printed on recycled paper with soy ink.
Month
Year
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