Sharp AE-A09DJ Specifications

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AY-AP09DJ
SPLIT TYPE
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
OPERATION MANUAL
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
AY-AP09DJ
AE -A09DJ
ENGLISH
Thank you for purchasing a SHARP air conditioner. Please read this manual carefully
before operating the product.
CONTENTS
• PLASMACLUSTER OPERATION ........
• ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER ......................
• TIMER OPERATION .............................
• AUXILIARY MODE ...............................
• MAINTENANCE ....................................
• BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE .....
• SPECIFICATIONS ................................
• PRECAUTIONS .............................................. 1
• ADDITIONAL NOTES ON OPERATION ........ 3
• TIPS ON SAVING ENERGY ........................... 3
• PART NAMES ................................................. 4
• USING THE REMOTE CONTROL ................. 6
• TIPS ABOUT PLASMACLUSTER OPERATION .... 7
• BASIC OPERATION ....................................... 8
• ADJUSTING THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION .... 10
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PRECAUTIONS
WARNINGS FOR USE
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2
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This model should be installed with a fixed power cord to the meter box.
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Use only the manufacture-specified power cord for replacement. Replacement should be
performed by a service centre approved by SHARP.
Be careful not to expose your body to the outlet air for prolonged periods. It may affect
your physical condition.
When using the air conditioner 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 with the air conditioner (eg burning smell), stop the opertaion
immediately and turn the circuit breaker off.
This air conditioner should be installed by a licensed air conditioning contractor in
accordance with AS/NZS 3000:2000 and your electricity suppliers rules.
There are local council rules regarding maximum allowable noise levels emitted by air
conditioners, your licensed air conditioning contractor will advise you on the correct
location of your outdoor unit.
WARNINGS FOR INSTALLATION / REMOVAL / REPAIR
For your safety, ensure that your new air conditioner is installed by a licensed air
conditioning contractor in accordance with the AUSTRALIAN/NEW ZEALAND WIRING
RULES.
• Do not attempt to install/remove/repair the unit by yourself. Incorrect work will cause electric
shock, water leak, fire etc. Consult a licensed air conditioning contractor for the installation/
removal/repair of the unit.
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PRECAUTIONS
CAUTIONS FOR USE
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2
3
4
5
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If a gas appliance is used in the same room as the air conditioner, ventilate the room
periodically to prevent oxygen depletion.
For safety, do not touch the unit with wet hands, it may cause an electric shock.
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.
Do not block the air inlets or outlets of the unit.
For safety, be sure to turn the unit off the circuit breaker before performing any
maintenance or cleaning.
Do not pour water directly on the unit. Water can cause electrical shock or equipment
failure.
This 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 the appliance.
CAUTIONS FOR LOCATION / INSTALLATION
To ensure that your warranty is not cancelled, both the indoor/outdoor units and supply/
interconnecting cables must be installed by a licensed air conditioning contractor.
• The unit is designed to operate on 230-240 VAC, 50Hz
• Do not install the unit where flammable gas may leak. It may cause a fire.
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ADDITIONAL NOTES ON OPERATION
OPERATING TEMPERATURE RANGE
INDOOR TEMP. OUTDOOR TEMP.
upper limit
COOLING
lower limit
upper limit
HEATING
lower limit
D.B. = Dry-bulb
32˚C
23˚C
21˚C
15˚C
27˚C
D.B.
W.B.
D.B.
W.B.
D.B.
46˚C D.B.
21˚C D.B.
24˚C D.B.
18˚C W.B.
-8.5˚C D.B.
-9.5˚C W.B.
20˚C D.B.
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• 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.
W.B. = Wet-bulb
WHEN POWER FAILURE OCCURS
This air conditioner has a memory function to store settings when a power failure occurs.
After power recovery, the unit will automatically re-start 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.
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.
TIPS ON SAVING ENERGY
Below are some simple ways to save energy when you use your air conditioner.
SET THE CORRECT TEMPERATURE
• Setting the thermostat 1°C higher than the desired temperature in the COOL mode and 2°C lower in the
HEAT mode will save approximately 10 percent in power consumption.
• Setting the temperature lower than necessary during cooling operation 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 opeation.
SET PROPER AIR FLOW DIRECTION TO OBTAIN THE BEST AIR
CIRCULATION
KEEP FILTER CLEAN TO ENSURE THE MOST EFFICIENT OPERATION
MAKE MOST OF THE TIMER OFF FUNCTION
DISCONNECT THE POWER CORD 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.
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PART NAMES
INDOOR UNIT
1
1 Inlet (Air)
2
2 Open Panel
3
3 Air Filters
4 AUX. Button
4
5
6
7
5 RECEIVER Window
6 Power Supply Cord
7 Indicator Panel
8
8 Vertical Adjustment Louvres
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9 Horizontal Adjustment Louvres
0
0 Outlet (Air)
q
q Remote Control
w AUTO FAN SPEED Lamp
)
(green
w
e
OUTDOOR UNIT
e FAN SPEED Lamp (green
r
r PLASMACLUSTER Lamp (blue,
green)
t
t TIMER Lamp (orange
y
y OPERATION Lamp (red
u
u Inlet (Air)
i
i Refrigerant Tube and
Interconnecting Cord
o
o Drainage Hose
p Outlet (Air)
p
NOTE: Actual units might vary slightly from those shown above.
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)
)
)
REMOTE CONTROL
1
1 TRANSMITTER
2 DISPLAY (Liquid Crystal Display)
3 ON/OFF Button
MODE
TEMP.
2
4 THERMO. (Thermostat) Button
5 DISPLAY Button
FAN
TIMER
3
TEMP.
7 TIMER ON Button (for setting the timer)
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
q
w
e
DISPLAY MODE
1h
6 MODE Button
FAN
SWING CANCEL
8 ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER Button
9 TIMER OFF Button (for setting the timer)
0 FAN Button
q TIMER CANCEL Button
w SWING Button
e PLASMACLUSTER Button
L.C.D. REMOTE CONTROL DISPLAY
r MODE SYMBOLS
y
: AUTO
: HEAT
: COOL
: DRY
u
: FAN ONLY
t FAN SPEED SYMBOLS
: AUTO
i
r
t
: Manual setting
y PLASMACLUSTER SYMBOL
u TEMPERATURE AND TIMER COUNT DOWN
INDICATOR
i TRANSMITTING SYMBOL
o TIMER ON/TIMER OFF INDICATOR
Indicates when timer on or timer off is set.
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USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
LOADING BATTERIES Use two size-AAA (R03) batteries.
the battery cover at the back of
1 Remove
the remote control.
batteries in the compartment, mak2 Insert
ing sure the ± and — polarities are
correctly aligned.
• Lines will be indicated on the display
when batteries are properly installed.
3 Replace
the battery cover.
Battery cover
NOTES:
• The battery life is approximately one year in normal use.
• 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, take
out the batteries and reinstall them again after 30 seconds.
• If you will not be using the unit for a long time, remove the batteries from the
remote control.
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 curtain or other
object between the remote control and
the unit.
• The operation range of the remote control
is up to 7 metres.
CAUTION
• Do not allow the signal receiver window to receive strong direct sunlight, since it can
adversely affect its operation. If the signal receiver window is exposed to direct sunlight,
close a curtain to block the light.
• Using a fluorescent lamp with a quick starter in the same room may interfere with
transmission of the signal.
• The unit can be affected by signals transmitted from the remote control of a television,
VCR or other equipment used in the same room.
• Do not leave the remote control in direct sunlight or near a heater. Also, protect the unit
and remote control from moisture and shock which can discolour or damage them.
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TIPS ABOUT PLASMACLUSTER OPERATION
The ionizer inside the air conditioner will release cluster ions, which are collective
mass of positive and negative ions, into the room.
The cluster ions reduce airborne mold fungus.
Ionizer
Cluster ions
Mold fungus
AIR CLEAN OPERATION
Cluster ions released into the air will reduce airborne mold fungus.
ION BALANCE OPERATION
It is said that plenty of negative ions exist in places such as waterfalls or watreside in
natural environment. In this operation mode, negative ions will be released in an
increased rate, in order to bring the room air close to this condition.
Please refer to page 11 for operation.
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BASIC OPERATION
Press the MODE button to select the
operation mode.
1
AUTO
MODE
TEMP.
HEAT COOL
DRY
Press the ON/OFF button to start operation.
2
• The red OPERATION lamp (
unit will light.
FAN
TIMER
TEMP.
2
5
3
FAN ONLY
) on the
Press the THERMO. button to set the
desired temperature.
3
AUTO/DRY MODE
DISPLAY MODE
1h
FAN
SWING CANCEL
The temperature can
be changed in 1°C increments within the
range of 2°C higher to
2°C lower from the temperature automatically
determined by the air
conditioner.
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4
COOL/HEAT MODE
The temperature can
be set within the range
of 18 to 32°C.
FAN ONLY MODE
The temperature setting cannot be made.
Press the FAN button to set the desired fan speed.
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AUTO
SOFT
LOW
HIGH
• In the DRY mode, the fan speed is preset to AUTO and cannot be changed.
• In the FAN ONLY mode, the fan speed
cannot be set to AUTO.
To turn off the unit, press the ON/OFF
button again.
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• The red OPERATION lamp (
unit will turn off.
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) on the
TIPS ABOUT AUTO MODE
In the AUTO mode, the temperature setting and mode are automatically
selected according to the room temperature when the unit is turned on.
Modes and Temperature Settings
Room temp. at operation start-up
Below 21°C
21°C-24°C
24°C-26°C
26°C-28°C
Above 28°C
Mode
HEAT
DRY
COOL
COOL
COOL
Automatic Operation
Thermostat Setting
23°C
Room Temp. at start-up
24°C
25°C
26°C
TIPS ABOUT FAN SPEED LAMP
During opration, the FAN SPEED Lamp will light up in 3 levels (2 levels
for DRY mode) on the indicator panel of the unit to indicate the fan
speed.
When fan speed is set to AUTO
When fan speed is set to manual
Soft speed
Low speed
High speed
The AUTO FAN SPEED Lamp
will light up.
DISPLAY MODE
To turn off the FAN SPEED Lamp, press
the DISPLAY button.
The PLASMACLUSTER Lamp will also go off.
1h
FAN
SWING CANCEL
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ADJUSTING THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION
VERTICAL AIR FLOW DIRECTION
The air flow direction is automatically preset in each mode as follows for optimum
comfort:
COOL and DRY mode
HEAT and FAN ONLY mode
Horizontal air flow
Diagonal air flow
HOW TO ADJUST THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION
Press the SWING button on the
remote control once.
• The vertical adjustment louvre
will change its angle continuously.
Press the SWING button again
when the vertical adjustment louvre is at the desired position.
• The louvre will stop moving within
the range shown in the diagram.
• The adjusted position will be
memorized and will be automatically set to the same position
when operated the next time.
Adjustment range
COOL and DRY mode
HEAT and FAN ONLY mode
The adjustment range
is narrow in order to
prevent condensation
from dripping.
The range is wide so the
air flow can be directed
toward the floor.
HORIZONTAL AIR FLOW DIRECTION
Hold the horizontal adjustment
louvre as shown in the diagram
and adjust the air flow direction.
CAUTION
Never attempt to adjust the vertical adjustment louvres manually.
• Manual adjustment of the vertical adjustment louvre can cause the unit to malfunction
when the remote control is used for the adjustment.
• When the vertical adjustment louvre is positioned at the lowest position in the COOL or
DRY mode for an extended period of time, condensation may result.
Do not adjust the horizontal adjustment louvre extremely to the right or left when operating
the air conditioner with fan speed "SOFT" for an extended period of time.
Condensation may form on the louvres.
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PLASMACLUSTER OPERATION
AIR CLEAN OPERATION : Cluster ions released into air will reduce airborne mold
fungus.
ION BALANCE OPERATION : Negative ions will be released in an increased rate.
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MODE
TEMP.
FAN
TIMER
During operation, press the PLASMACLUSTER
button to select the mode.
AIR CLEAN
ION BALANCE
CANCEL
• In the AIR CLEAN operation, the blue
PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit will light up.
• In the ION BALANCE operation, the green
PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit will light up.
DISPLAY MODE
1h
TO CANCEL
FAN
SWING CANCEL
1
Press the PLASMACLUSTER button until
PLASMACLUSTER symbol on the remote control
display goes off.
• The PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit will turn off.
NOTE:
• Setting of the PLASMACLUSTER operation will be
memorized and will operate in the same mode, the
next time you turn on the air conditioner.
• To turn off the PLASMACLUSTER Lamp, press the
DISPLAY button.
ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER
When the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER is set, the unit will stop operating after one hour.
MODE
1 Press the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER button.
TEMP.
• The remote control displays “
”.
• The orange TIMER lamp (
) on the unit will light up.
• The unit will stop operating after one hour.
h
FAN
TIMER
TO CANCEL
Press the CANCEL button.
DISPLAY MODE
1h
FAN
SWING CANCEL
1
• The orange TIMER lamp (
) on the unit will turn off.
Or, turn the unit off by pressing the ON/OFF button.
• The red OPERATION lamp (
) and the orange TIMER
lamp (
) on the unit will turn off.
NOTES:
• The ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER operation has priority over TIMER ON and TIMER OFF
operations.
• When the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER is set while the unit is not operating, the unit will
operate for an hour with the formerly set condition.
• If you wish to operate the unit for another hour before the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER
activiates, press the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER button again during operation.
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TIMER OPERATION
TIMER OFF
The unit will turn off automatically according to your setting.
Timer duration can be set from minimum 0.5 hours (30 minutes) to maximum 12
hours.
Up to 9.5 hours, you can set by 0.5 hours (30 minutes) increments and from 10 to 12
hours, by 1 hour increment.
Point the remote control at the signal receiver window on the unit.
MODE
TEMP.
FAN
TIMER
Press the TIMER OFF (
1 time
as desired.
• The time setting will change as you to press the
button as follows.
TEMP.
0.5h
FAN
SWING CANCEL
1.0h
1.5h
10h
11h
12h
Hold the button pressed down for fast setting.
DISPLAY MODE
1h
) button and set
1
• The orange TIMER lamp (
) on the unit will
light.
• The unit will generate a beep when it receives the
signal.
• The time setting will count down to show remaining time.
Example : When you wish to stop the operation
2.5 hours later.
TIPS ABOUT TIMER OFF OPERATION
TO CANCEL TIMER
When the TIMER OFF is set, the temperature
setting is automatically adjusted to prevent
the room from becoming excessively hot or
too cold while you sleep. (Auto Sleep function)
Press the CANCEL button.
• The orange
TIMER lamp
(
) on the
unit will turn
off.
COOL/DRY MODE:
• One hour after the timer operation begins, the
temperature setting rises 1°C higher than the
original thermostat setting.
DISPLAY MODE
1h
FAN
SWING CANCEL
HEAT MODE:
• One hour after the timer operation begins, the
temperature setting drops 3°C lower than the
original thermostat setting.
TO CHANGE TIMER SETTING
Press the TIMER button which you wish to
change, (TIMER OFF or TIMER ON) and
change the time setting.
NOTE:
• The Auto Sleep function will not activate during
the FAN ONLY mode.
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TIMER ON
The unit will turn on automatically according to your setting.
Timer duration can be set from minimum 0.5 hours (30 minutes) to maximum 12
hours.
Up to 9.5 hours, you can set by 0.5 hours (30 minutes) increments and from 10 to 12
hours, by 1 hour increment.
Point the remote control at the signal reciever window on the unit.
MODE
the TIMER ON (
) button.
1 Press
• The time setting will change as you press the button
TEMP.
as follows.
FAN
0.5h
TIMER
1.0h
1.5h
10h
11h
12h
TEMP.
Hold the button pressed down for fast setting.
DISPLAY MODE
1h
FAN
1
SWING CANCEL
• The orange TIMER lamp (
) on the unit will light.
• The unit will generate a beep when it receives the
signal.
• The time setting will count down to show remaining
time.
Select the mode, temperature, fan speed setting
and PLASMACLUSTER operation as desired.
Example : When you wish the
room temperature
to be as desired
6.5 hours later.
• When the temperature is set with the TIMER ON,
the temperature will show in the display for 5 seconds and then return to the time display.
• If you do not change the setting, the unit will operate with the latest setting.
• 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)
NOTES FOR TIMER SETTING AND OPERATION
• The latest time setting will be memorized and will appear on the remote control display the next
time you set the TIMER OFF or TIMER ON.
• TIMER OFF and TIMER ON can not be set together.
The latest set TIMER will be active.
• When ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER is set, TIMER OFF and TIMER ON will not be available.
• When ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER is set during TIMER OFF or TIMER ON duration, the TIMER ON
or TIMER OFF will be cancelled.
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AUXILIARY MODE
Use this mode when the remote control is not available.
TO TURN ON
Lift the front panel of the indoor unit and press the AUX.
button on the operation panel.
• 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
Press the AUX. button on the operation panel again.
• The red OPERATION lamp (
) on the unit will turn off.
NOTE:
If the AUX. button is pressed during normal operation,
the unit will turn off.
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AUX.
MAINTENANCE
Be sure to disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet or turn off the circuit
breaker before performing any maintenance.
CLEANING THE FILTERS
The air filters should be cleaned every two weeks.
1 TURN OFF THE UNIT
2 REMOVE THE FILTERS
1
2
1 Lift the open panel.
2 Push the air filters up slightly to unlock them.
3 Pull the air filters down to remove them.
3
THE FILTERS
3 CLEAN
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.
3
4 REINSTALL THE FILTERS
1 Reinstall the filters in the original positions.
2 Close the open panel.
3 Push the arrow-marked of the panel firmly to lock
it in place.
2
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CLEANING THE UNIT AND THE REMOTE CONTROL
• Wipe them with a soft cloth.
• Do not directly splash or pour water on them. It can cause electrical shock or damage.
• Do not use hot water, thinner, abrasive powders or strong solvents.
MAINTENANCE AFTER
AIR CONDITIONER
SEASON
MAINTENANCE BEFORE
AIR CONDITIONER
SEASON
the unit in the FAN ONLY
1 Operate
mode for about half a day to allow the
sure that the air filters are
1 Make
not dirty.
sure that nothing obstructs
2 Make
the air inlet or outlet.
the outdoor mounting rack
3 Check
periodically for wear and to make
2
3
mechanism to thoroughly dry.
Stop the operation and unplug the
unit. Turn off the circuit breaker, if you
have one exclusively for the air conditioner.
Clean the filters, then reinstall them.
sure it is firmly in place.
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BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
The following conditions do not denote equipment malfunctions
UNIT DOES NOT OPERATE
SWISHING NOISE
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 internal mechanisms. Wait 3
minutes before operating the unit.
The soft, swishing noise is the sound of
the refrigerant flowing inside the unit.
UNIT DOES NOT SEND OUT WARM AIR
The unit is preheating or de-icing.
ODORS
Carpet and furniture odors that entered into the
unit and the air conditioner's inner component
odors at the early stage of installation may be
sent out from the unit.
CRACKING NOISE
The unit may produce a cracking noise. This sound
is generated by the friction of the front panel and
other components expanding or connecting due to
a temperature change.
WATER VAPOUR
• In the COOL and DRY operation, water vapour can sometimes be seen at
the air outlet due to the difference
between the room air temperature and
the air discharged by the unit.
• In the HEAT operation, water vapour
may flow out of the outdoor unit during de-icing.
ODOR EMITTED FROM THE
PLASMACLUSTER AIR OUTLET
This is the smell of ozone generated
from the ionizer. Density of the ozone is
very little, having no adverse effect over
your health. The ozone released into
the air will decompose soon, and its density in the room will not increase.
A LOW BUZZ NOISE EMITTED
This is a sound emitted when the unit is generating
cluster ions.
If the unit appears to be malfunctioning, check the following points before calling
for service.
IF THE UNIT FAILS TO OPERATE
• Check to see if the circuit breaker has tripped or the fuse has blown.
IF THE UNIT FAILS TO COOL (OR HEAT) 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
proper setting.
Make sure windows and
doors are closed tightly.
A large number of people in
the room can prevent the unit
from achieving the desired
temperature.
Check whether any heatgenerating appliances are
operating in the room.
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 with the polarities
properly aligned.
Please call for service when OPERATION Lamp and TIMER Lamp on the indicator panel blink.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Rated A.C. voltage (V)
Rated freuency (Hz)
Cooling capacity (kW)*
Heating capacity (kW)*
AY-AP09DJ
AE-A09DJ
230-240
50
2.5
3.0
*When tested in accordance with AS/NZS3823.1.1.
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SHARP CORPORATION
OSAKA, JAPAN
Printed in Thailand
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