OPERATION MANUAL
INSTALLATION MANUAL
AH-PN10, 10GY AH-L10
AH-PN13, 13GY AH-L13
AH-PN19, AH-PN24
INDOOR UNIT
AH-PN10
AH-PN10-GY
AH-PN13
AH-PN13-GY
AH-PN19
AH-PN24
AH-L10
AH-L13
OUTDOOR UNIT
AU-PN10
AU-PN10
AU-PN13
AU-PN13
AU-PN19
AU-PN24
AU-L10
AU-L13
CONTENTS
Page
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
1
PART NAMES
2
USING THE REMOTE
CONTROL
5
AUXILIARY MODE
5
TIPS ON SAVING
ENERGY
5
BASIC OPERATION
6
ADJUSTING THE AIR
FLOW DIRECTION
7
POWERFUL JET
OPERATION
7
GENTLE COOL AIR
8
PLASMACLUSTER
OPERATION
8
TIMER OPERATION
9
ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER
10
DISPLAY BUTTON
10
MAINTENANCE
11
OPERATING CONDITION
11
BEFORE CALLING FOR
SERVICE
12
INSTALLATION MANUAL
13
Thank you for purchasing a SHARP air conditioner.
Please read this manual carefully before operating
the product
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ENGLISH
Please read this manual carefully before using
the product. This manual should be kept in a
safe place for handy reference.
CAUTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
WARNINGS
• Do not pull or deform the power supply cord.
Pulling and misuse of the power supply cord
can result in damage to the unit and cause
electrical shock.
• Be careful not to expose your body directly to
the outlet air for a long time. It may affect your
physical conditions.
• 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 internal fans.
• Ground the air conditioner without fail. Do not
connect the grounding wire to gas pipe, water
pipe, lightning rod or telephone grounding
wire. Incomplete grounding may cause electric
shock.
• If anything is abnormal with the air conditioner
(ex. a burning smell), stop the operation
immediately and turn the circuit breaker OFF.
• The appliance shall be installed in accordance
with national wiring regulations. Improper
cable connection can cause the power supply
cord, plug and the electrical outlet to overheat
and cause fire.
• 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 manufacture
specified power cord for replacement.
• Do not splash or pour water directly on the
unit. Water can cause electrical shock or
equipment damage.
• Do not attempt to install/remove/repair the unit
by yourself. Incorrect work will cause electric
shock, water leak, fire etc. Consult your dealer
or other qualified service personnel for the
installation/removal/repair of the unit.
ENG-
• Open a window or door periodically to
ventilate the room, especially when using gas
appliances. Insufficient ventilation may cause
oxygen shortage.
• Do not operate the buttons with wet hand. It
may cause electric shock.
• For safety, turn the circuit breaker off when not
using the unit for an extended period of time.
• Check the outdoor unit mounting rack
periodically for wear and to make sure it is
firmly in place.
• Do not put anything on the outdoor unit nor
step on it. The object or the person may fall
down or drop, causing injury.
• 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 place a vessel with water on the unit.
If water penetrates into the unit, electrical
insulations may deteriorate and cause electric
shock.
• Do not block the air inlets nor outlets of the
unit. It may cause insufficient performance or
troubles.
• Be sure to stop the operation and turn the
circuit breaker off before performing any
maintenance or cleaning. A fan is rotating
inside the unit and you may get injured.
• 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.
• Make sure to connect the air conditioner to
power supply of the rated voltage and frequency. Use of a power supply with improper
voltage and frequency can result in equipment
damage and possible fire.
• Do not install the unit in a place where inflammable gas may leak. It may cause fire.
Install the unit in a place with minimal dust,
fumes and moisture in the air.
• Arrange the drain hose to ensure smooth
drainage. Insufficient drainage may cause wetting of the room, furniture etc.
• Make sure a leak breaker or a circuit breaker
is installed, depending on the installation location, to avoid electrical shock.
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PART NAMES
INDOOR UNIT
12
9
1 Inlet (Air)
2
3
2 Open Panel
4
4 AUX Button
5
5 Receiver Window
6
6 Vertical Airflow Louvre
7
8
7 Horizontal Airflow Louvre
3 Air Filter
8 Outlet (Air)
9
9 OPERATION Lamp (red
)
10 10 TIMER Lamp (orange
)
11
11 POWERFUL JET Lamp
(green
)
10
11
AH-PN10, AH-PN10-GY
AH-PN13, AH-PN13-GY
1
12 PLASMACLUSTER Lamp
(blue )
AH-L10
AH-L13
OUTDOOR UNIT
AU-PN10
AU-PN13
AU-L10
AU-L13
13
13 Inlet (Air)
14
14 Refrigerant Pipe and
Interconnecting Cord
15 Drainage Hose
15
16
16 Outlet (Air)
NOTE:
Actual units might vary slightly
from those shown above.
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INDOOR UNIT
1
1 Inlet (Air)
2
3
2 Open Panel
4
4 AUX Button
5
5 Receiver Window
6
6 Power Supply Cord
7
8
9
7 Vertical Airflow Louvre
3 Air Filter
ENG-
8 Horizontal Airflow Louvre
9 Outlet (Air)
10 10 PLASMACLUSTER Lamp
(blue )
11
12 11 OPERATION Lamp (red
OUTDOOR UNIT
AU-PN19
14
15
16
)
)
13 12 TIMER Lamp (orange
13 POWERFUL JET Lamp
AH-PN19, AH-PN24
(blue
)
17
AU-PN24
14
15
16
14 Inlet (Air)
15 Refrigerant Pipe and
Interconnecting Cord
16 Drainage Hose
17 Outlet (Air)
17
NOTE:
Actual units might vary slightly
from those shown above.
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PART NAMES
REMOTE CONTROL
1
1 TRANSMITTER
2 DISPLAY
3 ON/OFF Button
4 THERMOSTAT Button
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
5 DISPLAY Button
6 ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER Button
7 PLASMACLUSTER Button
(AH-PN10, AH-PN10-GY
AH-PN13, AH-PN13-GY
AH-PN19, AH-PN24 ONLY)
8 TIMER ON Button
9 MODE Button
10 TIMER OFF Button
11 FAN Button
12 TIMER CANCEL Button
13 SWING Button
14 Reset Button
15 POWERFUL JET Button
16 GENTLE COOL AIR Button
17 MODE Symbols
: AUTO
21
22
19
20
: DRY
18 POWERFUL JET Symbol
DISPLAY
17
18
: COOL
19 PLASMACLUSTER Symbol (AH-PN10, AH-PN10-GY
AH-PN13, AH-PN13-GY
AH-PN19, AH-PN24 ONLY)
20 FAN SPEED Symbols
: AUTO
23
24
: Manual setting
21 GENTLE COOL AIR Symbol
22 TEMPERATURE AND TIMER COUNT DOWN
Indicator
23 TRANSMITTING Symbol
24 TIMER ON / TIMER OFF Indicator
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AUXILIARY MODE
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
LOADING BATTERIES
Use this mode when the remote control is
not available.
the battery cover.
1 Remove
Insert two batteries. (AAA(R03))
2
+
the battery cover.
3 Reinstall
Press the RESET button using a
4 thin
stick.
TO TURN ON
Press the AUX button.
Make sure the ( ) and ( ) polarities are
correctly aligned.
• The fan speed and temperature setting are
set to AUTO.
ENG-
• The red OPERATION lamp (
) will light and
the unit will start operating in the AUTO mode.
TO TURN OFF
Press the AUX button again.
Battery cover
• The red OPERATION lamp (
) will turn off.
9,000/12,000 BTU
AUX
RESET button
NOTE:
• The battery life is approximately 1 year in
normal use.
• When replacing the batteries, always change
both and use the same type.
• If you will not be using the unit for a long time,
remove the batteries from the remote control.
18,000/24,000 BTU
AUX
HOW TO USE THE REMOTE CONTROL
Point the remote control towards the receiver
window and press the desired button. The
unit generates a beep when it receives the
signal.
• Make sure nothing, such as curtains, block the
signal receiver window.
• The signal effective distance is 7 m.
TIPS ON SAVING ENERGY
Below are some simple ways to save energy
when you use your air conditioner.
Set the proper temperature
• Setting the temperature lower than necessary during cooling operation will result in
increased power consumption.
Receiver window
Block direct sunlight and prevent drafts
• Blocking direct sunlight during cooling operation
will reduce power consumption.
• Close the windows and doors during cooling
operation.
• 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 remote
control from moisture and shock.
Keep filter clean to ensure the most efficient
operation
7m
CAUTION:
Disconnect the power cord or 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.
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BASIC OPERATION
Press the MODE button to select the
1 operation
mode.
AUTO
2
3
1
4
COOL
DRY
Press the ON/OFF button to start
2 operation.
• The red OPERATION lamp (
) will light up.
TO TURN OFF
Press the ON/OFF button again.
• The red OPERATION lamp (
) will turn off.
Press the THERMOSTAT button to
3 set
the desired temperature.
(AUTO/DRY mode)
The temperature can
be changed up to ±2 °C
the automatically set of
temperature.
(COOL mode)
The temperature setting
range:
16-30°C.
Press the FAN button to set the
4 desired
fan speed.
AUTO
SOFT
LOW
HIGH
NOTE:
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.
DRY MODE
The fan speed is preset to AUTO and cannot be changed.
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.
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ADJUSTING THE AIR FLOW
DIRECTION
POWERFUL JET OPERATION
The air conditioner works at the maximum
power and optimum louvre direction to
makes the room cool rapidly.
VERTICAL AIR FLOW DIRECTION
1 Press the SWING button.
the SWING button again
2 toPress
stop the desired position.
• The vertical airflow louvre will swing.
During operation, press the
JET button.
1 POWERFUL
• The green POWERFUL JET lamp (
will light up.
• The vertical airflow louvre will be set
obliquely downward.
1
2
)
ENG-
• The remote control will display “
”.
• The temperature display will go off.
• The adjustment range is narrower the
swing range in order to prevent condensation from dripping.
TO CANCEL
Press the POWERFUL JET button
again.
• The green POWERFUL JET lamp (
)
will turn off.
• The vertical airflow louvre will return to
the original direction.
HORIZONTAL AIR FLOW DIRECTION
Hold the horizontal airflow louvre
levers and adjust the air flow direction.
9,000/12,000 BTU
Louvre lever
CAUTION:
1
18,000/24,000 BTU
Louvre lever
Never attempt to adjust the vertical airflow louvre manually.
• Manual adjustment of the vertical airflow louvre can cause the unit to malfunction.
• 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.
NOTE:
• The air conditioner will operate at “Extra
HIGH” fan speed for 30 minutes, and then
shift to “HIGH” fan speed.
• You can not set the temperature or fan speed
during the POWERFUL JET operation.
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GENTLE COOL AIR
PLASMACLUSTER OPERATION
The vertical airflow louvre is set obliquely
upward to deliver cool air to the ceiling in
order to avoid direct airflow.
(AH-PN10, AH-PN10-GY
AH-PN13, AH-PN13-GY
AH-PN19, AH-PN24 ONLY)
During operation, press the
COOL AIR button.
1 GENTLE
Plasmacluster ions released into the room
will reduce some airborne mold.
• The remote control will display “
”.
During operation, press the
1 PLASMACLUSTER
button.
• The remote control will display “
”.
• The blue PLASMACLUSTER lamp (
will light up.
TO CANCEL
Press the GENTLE COOL AIR button
again.
)
TO CANCEL
Press the PLASMACLUSTER button
again.
• The blue PLASMACLUSTER lamp (
will turn off.
)
1
1
NOTE:
NOTE:
• Use of the PLASMACLUSTER operation will
be memorized, and it will be activated the next
time you turn on the unit.
• 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.
• If you want GENTLE COOL AIR operation
in POWERFUL JET mode, press GENTLE
COOL AIR button during POWERFUL JET
operation.
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TIMER OPERATION
TIMER ON
TIMER OFF
the TIMER ON button and
Press the TIMER OFF button and
1 Press
set the time as desired.
1 set
the time as desired.
0.5h
1.0h
1.5h
10h
11h
0.5h
12h
1.0h
1.5h
10h
11h
12h
• The orange TIMER lamp (
) will light up.
• The time setting will count down to show
the remaining time.
TO CANCEL
TO CANCEL
Press the CANCEL button.
Press the CANCEL button.
• The orange TIMER lamp (
ENG-
• The orange TIMER lamp (
) will light up.
• The time setting will count down to show
the remaining time.
) will turn off.
• The orange TIMER lamp (
) will turn off.
1
1
CANCEL
CANCEL
NOTE:
• Timer duration can be set from a minimum of half an hour to a maximum of 12 hours. Up to 9.5
hours, you can set in half-hour increments, and from 10 to 12 hours, in 1-hour increments.
• The TIMER OFF and TIMER ON can not be set together.
• The ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER operation has priority over TIMER ON and TIMER OFF operations.
• When the temperature is set during timer setting, the temperature will show in the display for 5
seconds and then return to the timer display.
• If a power failure occurs while the TIMER is set, the TIMER setting will be cancelled and will not be
retrieved even after the power is restored.
TIMER OFF
• When the TIMER OFF is set, the temperature setting is automatically adjusted to prevent the room
from becoming excessively cold while you sleep. (Auto Sleep function) One hour after the time
operation begins, the temperature setting rises 1°C higher than the original temperature setting.
TIMER ON
• 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)
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ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER
DISPLAY BUTTON
When the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER is set, the
unit will automatically turn off after one hour.
Press the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER
1 button.
• The remote control will displays “
• The orange TIMER lamp (
Use when the lamps on the unit are too
bright. (The red OPERATION lamp and the
orange TIMER lamp cannot be turned off.)
During operation, press the
1 DISPLAY
button.
”.
• The blue PLASMACLUSTER lamp (
) will light up.
TO CANCEL
TO LIGHT UP
Press the CANCEL button.
• The orange TIMER lamp (
)
and/or the green POWERFULL JET lamp
) will turn off.
(
Press the DISPLAY button again.
) will turn off.
1
1
CANCEL
NOTE:
• The ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER operation has
priority over TIMER ON and TIMER OFF
operations.
• If the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER is set while the
unit is not operating, the unit will operate for an
hour at the formerly set condition.
• If you wish to operate the unit for another
hour before the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER is
activated, press the ONE-HOUR OFF TIMER
button again during operation.
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE AFTER AIR
CONDITIONER SEASON
Be sure to disconnect the power cord from
the wall outlet or turn off the circuit breaker
before performing any maintenance.
the unit in the COOL
1 Operate
mode, temperature setting 30˚C,
CLEANING THE FILTERS
1 Turn off the unit.
2 Remove the filters.
to thoroughly dry inside the unit.
1 Lift the open panel.
2 Pull the air filters down to remove them.
ENG-
the operation and unplug the
2 Stop
unit. Turn off the circuit breaker,
if you have one exclusively for
the air conditioner.
9,000/12,000 BTU
the filters, then reinstall
3 Clean
them.
MAINTENANCE BEFORE AIR
CONDITIONER SEASON
18,000/24,000 BTU
sure that the air filters are
1 Make
not dirty.
sure that nothing obstructs
2 Make
the air inlet or outlet.
3 Clean the 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.
OPERATING CONDITION
4
Reinstall the filters and close
the open panel.
Indoor
Temp.
Outdoor
Temp.
Upper limit
32˚C
43˚C
Lower limit
21˚C
21˚C
Mode
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 equipment
damage.
• Do not use hot water, thinner, abrasive powders or strong solvents.
Cooling
• The built-in safety 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 %.
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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 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.
• Check if the circuit breaker has tripped or the
fuse has blown.
ODORS
Carpet and furniture odors that entered into
theunit may be sent out from the unit.
CRACKING NOISE
This sound is generated by the friction of the
unit expanding or connecting due to a temperature change.
SWISHING NOISE
The soft, swishing noise is the sound of the
refrigerant flowing inside the unit.
MIST SEEN AT INDOOR AIR OUTLET
In cooling operation, this is caused by the difference between the room air temperature and the
air discharged.
ODOR EMITTED FROM THE
PLASMACLUSTER AIR OUTLET
(AH-PN10, AH-PN10-GY
AH-PN13, AH-PN13-GY
AH-PN19, AH-PN24 ONLY)
The unit does not cool 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.
The unit does not 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.
Please call for service when
OPERATION lamp, TIMER lamp and/or
PLASMACLUSTER lamp on the unit blink.
(AH-PN10, AH-PN10-GY
AH-PN13, AH-PN13-GY
AH-PN19, AH-PN24 ONLY)
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.
A LOW BUZZING NOISE
(AH-PN10, AH-PN10-GY
AH-PN13, AH-PN13-GY
AH-PN19, AH-PN24 ONLY)
This is a sound of the unit generating Plasmacluster ions.
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INSTALLATION MANUAL
SPLIT TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
ENG-
• Installation must be made in accordance with the installation manual by qualified service
personnel.
Incorrect work will cause electric shock, water leak, fire.
• Be sure to use the attached accessories parts and specified parts for installation.
Use of other parts will cause electric shock, water leak, fire, the unit falling.
• The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
Wrong connection can cause overheating or fire.
• After installation has complete, check that there is no leakage of refrigerant gas.
If the refrigerant gas contact with fire, it may generate toxic gas.
• Ventilate the room if refrigerant gas leakes during installation.
If the refrigerant gas contact with fire, it may generate toxic gas.
• Use the specified electrical cable.
Make sure the cable is secured in place and that the terminals are free of any excess force from
the cable.
Otherwise overheating or fire may result.
• Form the cable so that the control box cover, the cord holder and cable holder are not loose.
Otherwise overheating, fire or electric shock may result.
• Tighten the flare nut with a torque wrench according to the specified method.
If the flare nut is tightened too hard, the flare nut may be broken after a long time and cause
refrigerant gas leakage.
• When installing the unit, take care not to enter air substance other than the specified
refrigerant (R22) in the refrigerant cycle.
Otherwise, it will cause burst and injury as a result of abnormal high pressure in the refrigerant cycle.
• Be sure to connect the refrigerant pipe before running the compressor.
Otherwise, it will cause burst and injury as a result of abnormal high pressure in the refrigerant cycle.
• Earth the unit.
Incomplete earth may cause electrical shock.
• Install an earth leakage breaker to avoid electric shock in case of leak.
Use the current-activated, high-sensitivity, high-speed type breaker with a rated sensitivity current
of below 30 mA and an operating time of below 0.1 second.
• Arrange the drain hose to ensure smooth drainage.
Insufficient drainage may cause wetting of the room, furniture etc.
ACCESSORIES
ITEMS
Q’ty
ITEMS
Q’ty
3 DRY BATTERY
1 MOUNTING PLATE
9K, 12K BTU
18K, 24K BTU
ITEMS
Q’ty
5 CABLE COVER
9K, 12K BTU
1
2 REMOTE CONTROL
1
2
4 REMOTE CONTROL
HOLDER
1
1
18K, 24K BTU
6 OPERATION AND
INSTALLATION MANUAL
1
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NOTES ON LOCATIONS
INDOOR UNIT
1. Keep the air outlet clear of any obstacle so that outgoing air flows smoothly in the entire room.
2. Make a drain hose hole for easy drainage.
3. Provide sufficient space on both sides and above the unit.
4. The air filters should be easily taken in and out.
5. Keep TV set, radio and the like 1 m or more away from the unit and the remote control.
6. Keep the air inlet clear of obstacles that could block incoming air.
7. The remote control may not function properly in a room equipped with an electronic simultaneous-start or rapid-start fluorescent lighting.
8. Select a location that does not cause loud operation noise and extreme vibrations.
OUTDOOR UNIT
1. Place the outdoor unit on a stable base.
2. Provided sufficient space around the unit. It should also be well ventilated.
3. The unit should not be exposed to strong wind nor splashed with rain water.
4. Water drain from the unit should be let out without problem. Lay a drain hose if required. In cold
regions, installation of the drain pipe is not advisable as freezing could result.
5. Keep TV set, radio and the like 1 m or more away from the unit.
6. Avoid locations exposed to machine oil vapor, salty air (facing the seashore, for example), hot
spring vapor sulfur gas, etc. Such location can cause breakdown.
7. Avoid locations exposed to muddy water (along a road, for example) or where the unit can be
tampered with.
8. Select a location where the outgoing air or operating noise cannot annoy others.
9. Keep the air outlet opening free of any obstacle. This could affect the performance of the unit
and create loud noises.
INSTALLATION DIAGRAM
50 mm or more
50 mm
or more
50 mm or more
50 mm
or more
50 mm
or more
50 mm
or more
70 mm or more
70 mm or more
Fix the remote control holder to the wall
with the short screws.
2 REMOTE CONTROL
4 REMOTE CONTROL HOLDER
SHORT SCREW
Coating tape
(Commercially
available)
Coating tape (Commercially available)
300 mm
or more
300 mm or more
50 mm or more
300 mm
or more
100 mm
or more
9000/12000 BTU
300 mm
or more
200 mm
or more
200 mm
or more
400 mm
or more
400 mm
or more
24000 BTU
1000 mm
or more
1000 mm
18000 BTU or more
Provide as much installation space as possible for efficient air-conditioning.
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PIPES
Max. piping
length:A
10 m
15 m
15 m
Model
9K-Btu/h type
12K-Btu/h type
18K 24K-Btu/h type
Max. height
difference:B
5m
7m
10 m
Min. piping
length
Additional refrigerant
(piping length exceeds 7.5m)
15 g/m
1m
10 g/m
• Standard piping length is 7.5m.
• When the outdoor unit is placed at a higher level than the indoor
unit, provide a trap near the hose’s lead-in port.
A
Trap
Use the refrigerant pipes shown in the table below.
Pipe
thickness
Pipe size
Liquid side
Gas side
1/4" (ø 6.35 mm)
9K-Btu/h type
12K-Btu/h type
18K 24K-Btu/h type
3/8" (ø 9.52 mm)
1/2" (ø 12.7 mm)
5/8" (ø 15.88 mm)
ENG-
B
B
Thermal insulation
Thickness: 6 mm or
thicker
Material: Polyethylene
foam
0.8 mm
1.0 mm
• The thermal insulation should cover both the gas and liquid pipes.
INSTALLATION DIMENSION OF INDOOR UNIT
9000/12000 BTU
Length unit: mm
965
860(Unit size)
175
125
Outline of indoor unit
J
30
I
E
D
I
292
J
D
A
45
F
(Unit size)
E
Center of
wall hole
108
115
F
Center of wall hole
A
18000/24000 BTU
Length unit: mm
965 (Unit size)
88
24
E
88
Outline of indoor unit
I
J
E
E
80
F
F
A
B
G
0
50
50
0
C
80
A
Center of wall hole
(Unit size)
J
D
H
313
D
I
Center of wall hole
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PLACING THE MOUNTING PLATE AND MAKING A PIPING HOLE
Installing the mounting plate
(1) Referring to the “INSTALLATION DIMENSION OF INDOOR UNIT”, mark the location
for the fixing holes and the piping hole.
• Recommended fixing holes are marked in
circle around the hole. (7 points)
• Make sure that the mounting plate is horizontally.
1 MOUNTING PLATE
(2) Secure the mounting plate to the wall with
the long screws and check the stiffness.
Model 9000/12000 BTU
Making a piping hole
Indoor
1 MOUNTING PLATE
LONG SCREW
LONG SCREW
Wall
(1) Drill a piping hole with 70mm diameter concrete
drill or a hole saw with a 5mm down ward
slant to the outside.
Model 18000/2400 BTU
Outdoor
Cut with a saw.
Cap
5 mm
(2) Set the sleeve and caps.
Sleeve
(Downward to outdoor)
SETTING UP THE INDOOR UNIT
Piping route
For directions 1, 2 , 4 and 5, cut out the specific
zone without leaving any sharp edge.
(Keep the cut-out plate for possible future use.)
Model 9000/12000 BTU
5
1
4
3
2
Mounting the indoor unit
PLATE
For left side piping
(1) Reverse the positions of the drain hose and drain cap.
Refer to “Exchange the drain hose”
(2) Connect the pipes and wrap tape around the insulation of the piping joints tightly not to become thick.
(3) Bind the pipes and connecting cable with tape.
(4) Set the pipes and connecting cable along the back
of the unit, and attach the piping holder.
(5) Pass the pipes, connecting cable and the drain
hose through the piping hole.
(6) Hook the unit onto the mounting plate.
(7) Push the unit and apply the bottom hooks to the
mounting plate's support.
(8) Pull the bottom of the unit to check that the unit is
fixed in place.
NOTES:
• Bend the pipes carefully as not to damage them.
• Lay the drain hose below the pipes.
Cut the plate
along notch.
PLATE
For right side piping
(1) Pass the pipes and the drain hose through the piping hole.
(2) Hook the unit onto the mounting plate.
(3) Pull the connecting cable into the indoor unit.
(4) Push the unit and apply the bottom hooks to the
mounting plate's support.
(5) Pull the bottom of the unit to check that the unit is
fixed in place.
PLATE
MOUNTING PLATE
Taping
Hook
MOUNTING PLATE
Drain Hose
Drain Cap
Tape
Insulation
Pipes
Tape
Drain Hose
Piping holder
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Model 18000/24000 BTU
MOUNTING PLATE
Taping
Hook
Piping route
For directions 1, 2 , 4 and 5, cut out the specific
zone without leaving any sharp edge.
(Keep the cut-out plate for possible future use.)
Plate
MOUNTING PLATE
1
2
3
Plate
Plate
5
4
Plate Cut the plate along notch.
Drain Hose
(1) Remove the screw and pull out the drain hose.
Screw
Drain Cap
ENG-
Exchange the drain hose
Drain Hose
Tape
(2) Pull out the drain cap.
Insulation
Drain Cap
Pipes
Drain Hose
Tape
Piping holder
(3) Reconnect the drain hose to the right and
insert the drain cap to the left.
• Fully insert the drain hose until it stops
and fix the screw removed in (1).
• Insert a hexagon wrench (4 mm diagonal)
into the drain cap, and press it fully.
Screw
Hexagon wrench
Drain Hose
Drain Cap
WARNING:
After replacing, make sure that both the drain
hose and drain cap are firmly inserted.
CONNECTING THE CABLE TO THE INDOOR UNIT
Use a copper cable. (Cross-section area: 2.0 mm2 ) 9,000-12,000-18,000 BTU only
Use a cable which is not lighter than polychloroprene sheathed flexible cord (Code designation 60245 IEC 57).
Use a copper cable. (Cross-section area: 2.0 mm2) 24,000 BTU only
Connecting cable
Model 9000/12000 BTU
8
50
40
Model 18000 BTU
Length unit: mm
8
8
Model 24000 BTU
90
80
8
90
80
8
8
Earth wire
Earth wire
Earth wire
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(1) Process the end of the connecting
cable for the indoor side.
(2) Open the open panel.
(3) Connect the cable.
(4) Fix the cable with the cable cover
and the short screw.
(5) Close the open panel.
5
Model 9000/12000 BTU
Earth wire
CABLE COVER
Model 18000/24000 BTU
SHORT SCREW
Connecting
cable
24K-Btu/h type
18K-Btu/h type
N
1
OUTDOOR UNIT
N
L
N
L
N
L
N
L
N
L
POWER SUPPLY
1
Cable
holder
1
Earth wire
Earth wire
Connect to
outdoor
1
OUTDOOR UNIT
POWER SUPPLY
5 CABLE COVER
SHORT SCREW
Power supply
cable
Cable
holder
Power supply
cable
Connect to
outdoor
Power supply
cable
CAUTIONS:
• Be very careful not to confuse the terminal connections. Wrong cabling may damage the internal
control circuit.
• Be sure to connect the cable to match the markings on the indoor unit’s terminal board and those of
the outdoor unit.
CONNECTING THE DRAIN HOSE
Connecting the drain hose
(1) Connect a drain hose.
(2) Tape over the connecting part.
NOTE:
• Be sure to lay the drain hose downward for smooth drainflow.
• Be careful not to allow the drain hose to rise, form a trap or
leave its end in water, as shown below.
• Coil thermal insulation around a drain hose extension, if running in the room.
ø16 mm
No trap
allowed.
Not to rise.
Drain Hose (Commercially available)
Checking drainage
Not running wavy.
(1) Open the open panel.
(2) Remove the air filters.
(3) Pour some water into the drain pan.
(4) Check the water drains smoothly.
No trap allowed.
Not left
in water.
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OUTDOOR UNIT INSTALLATION
Referring to the figure, firmly fasten the outdoor unit with bolts.
ระยะหางของขาตั้งตัวเครื่องปรับอากาศ
Model
A
B
9K/12K Btu/h
515
299
18K Btu/h
557
379
24K Btu/h
590
361
A
B
Length unit: mm
AH-PN10
AH-PN10GY
AH-PN13
AH-PN13GY
AH-L10
AH-L13
AH-PN19
AH-PN24
AU-PN10
AU-PN13
AU-L10
AU-L13
AU-PN19
AU-PN24
357
WIDTH
223
250
250
330
HEIGHT
292
313
540
710
800
DEPTH
860
965
730
850
940
ENG-
Unit size
Connecting the refrigerant pipes
Flaring the pipe end
(1) Cutting with a pipe cutter.
Cut at a right angle.
(2) Deburring.
90°
Allow no cuttings in the pipe.
(3) Putting in the flare nut
(4) Flaring the pipe end
Flare processing dimensions (A)
Tool
R22 tool
A
Connecting the pipes
Connect the pipes for the indoor unit first and then
for the outdoor unit.
(1) Tighten the flare nuts by hand for the first 3-4
turns.
(2) Use a wrench and torque wrench to tighten up
the pipes.
• Do not over tighten the pipes. It may be de
formed or damaged.
A
Flare nut
0.5 - 1.0 mm
(5) Checking
To be flared perfectly circular.
Flare nut not missing.
Torque wrench
Wrench
Flare nut tightening torque
Pipe size
Torque
16 ± 2 N·m (1.6 ± 0.2 kgf·m)
38 ± 4 N·m (3.8 ± 0.4 kgf·m)
Liquid size
1/4"
Gas side
3/8"
9K-Btu/h type
1/2"
12K 18K-Btu/h type
55 ± 5 N·m (5.5 ± 0.5 kgf·m)
5/8"
24K-Btu/h type
70 ± 7 N·m (7.0 ± 0.7 kgf·m)
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CONNECTING THE PIPES TO THE OUTDOOR UNIT
Piping can be made in four directions, choose whichever direction convenient according to unit’s
installation condition.
1. Remove 3 screws of service panel.
Slide the panel downward and detach it.
Screw
Pipe cover
2. Remove the knock out hole of pipe cover or unit base pan, depending on the piping direction intended.
After removing the knock out hole, remove burrs and attach BUSHING B on the knock out hole to
protect the edge.
Knock out hole for refrigerant pipe
Knock out hole for refrigerant pipe and cable
3. Remove the pipe cover.
Pipe cover (rear)
Pipe cover (front)
4. Connect the pipes.
Align the center of the pipes and tighten the flare nuts by hand for the first 3-4 turns.
Use two wrenches to tighten up the pipes.
• Take care so that the connecting pipes will not touch the internal refrigerant piping.
• Be sure to cover the pipe connection area thoroughly with pipe thermal insulation.
5. Replace the pipe cover.
Cut off the remaining portion of the pipe cover slit to widen the pipe opening and replace the pipe cover.
Slit
Slit
Slit
6. Fill up the clearance between the knock out hole and the pipes with putty.
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AIR REMOVAL
ENG-
(1) Remove both valve shaft caps of the 2 and 3-way valves.
(2) Remove the service port cap of the 3-way valve.
(3) Connect the gauge manifold hose to the service port and the vacuum pump.
Be sure that the hose end to be connected to the service port has a valve core pusher.
(4) Open the gauge manifold low-pressure valve(Lo) and operate the vacuum pump for 10-15 minutes.
Make sure the compound gauge reads -0.1 MPa(-76 cmHg).
(5) Close the gauge manifold valve.
(6) Turn off the vacuum pump.
Leave as it for 1-2 minutes and make sure the needle of the compound gauge does not go back.
(7) Open the 2-way valve 90° counterclockwise by turning the hexagon wrench. Close it after 5 second,
and check for gas leakage.*
(8) Disconnect the gauge manifold hose from the service port.
(9) Fully open the 2-way valve with hexagon wrench.
(10) Fully open the 3-way valve with hexagon wrench.
(11) Firmly tighten the service port cap and both valve shaft caps with a torque wrench at the specified
tightening torque.
* Check the pipe connections for gas leak using a leakage detector or soapy water.
Gauge manifold
Compound gauge
2-way valve
Lo
Hi
3-way valve
Valve shaft cap
Service port
Service port cap
Vacuum pump
Hexagon wrench
(Diagonally 4 mm)
CLOSE
OPEN
Valve shaft cap tightening torque
Pipe size
Torque
รุนเครื่องปรับอากาศ
24±3N · m (2.4±0.3 kgf · m)
AH/AU-PN10, 13, 19 and 24
AH/AU-L10, 13
Liquid side
1/4"
Gas side
3/8"
9K-Btu/h type
31±3 N · m (3.1±0.3 kgf · m)
AH/AU-PN10 and L10
1/2"
12K 18K-Btu/h type
31±3 N · m (3.1±0.3 kgf · m)
AH/AU-PN13, 19 and L13
5/8"
24K-Btu/h type
31±3 N · m (3.1±0.3 kgf · m)
AH/AU-PN24
Service port cap tightening torque
Torque
11±1 N · m (1.1±0.1 kgf · m)
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CONNECTING THE CABLE TO THE OUTDOOR UNIT
9K 12K-Btu/h type
(1) Process the end of the connecting cable for the
outdoor unit.
(2) Remove the control box cover.
(3) Connect the cable.
(4) Put back the control box cover.
(5) Double-check that the cable is securely in place.
Connecting cable 9K 12K 18K-Btu/h type
8
50
40
Length unit: mm
8
Earth wire
Terminal board
N
1
Terminal cover
Earth wire
Connecting cable
Cable holder
Control box cover
18K-Btu/h type
(1) Process the end of the connecting cable for the
outdoor unit.
(2) Remove the control box cover and the terminal cover.
(3) Remove the cable holder and connect the cable.
(4) Fix the cable sheath with the cable holder and the
screw.
(5) Double-check that the cable is securely in place.
(6) Put back the terminal cover and the control box cover.
Terminal cover
Cable holder
24K-Btu/h type
(1) ถอดรูสําหรับตอสายไฟออก โดยกระแทกที่แผนเหล็กของถอดฝาชุดครอบทอออก
(2) ตอสายไฟเขากับชุดควบคุมโดยตอใหตรงกับที่ตอกับชุดภายในบาน
(3) ยึดสายไฟใหแนนดวยตัวยึดสายไฟ
(4) Double-check that the cable is securely in place.
(5) ปดชองวางระหวางสายไฟและรูของแผนใหหมดเพื่อปองกันสิ่งแปลกปลอมเขาไปในตัวเครื่อง
(6) ประกอบฝาปดเขาที่เดิม
รูสำหรับตอสายไฟ
รูสำหรับตอสายไฟ
45 mm
8 mm
24 -Btu/h type
. CAUTIONS:
• Be sure to put the cable leads deep into the terminal board and tighten up the screws. Poor contact
can cause overheating or fire, or malfunction.
• Be sure to connect the cable to match the markings on the indoor unit’s terminal board and those of
the outdoor unit.
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POWER CABLING
Prepare a dedicated power supply circuit.
9K-Btu/h type
12K-Btu/h type
Power supply
Circuit breaker
18K-Btu/h type
24K-Btu/h type
220 V - 240 V, single-phase
10 A
15 A
20 A
25 A
Power supply cable
Power supply
Blue
Brown
Green/Yellow-striped
ENG-
• Fit a disconnect switch, having a contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles, to the electricity
power line.
Blue
Live
Green/Yellow-striped
TEST RUN
(1) Start the operation with the remote control.
(2) To start test run in cooling, hold down the
AUX button on the unit for over 5 seconds
until a beep sound is heard and an operation
lamp flashes.
(3) Make sure the system runs well.
To stop the operation, press the AUX button
again.
Model 9000/12000 BTU Model 18000/24000 BTU
AUX
AUX
ITEMS TO CHECK
Is the specified power supply voltage used?
Is the connecting cable fixed to terminal board firmly?
Is the earth wire connected properly arranged?
Is the drainage properly?
Is the indoor unit hooked to the mounting plate firmly?
Is there any gas leakage at the pipe connection?
EXPLANATION TO CUSTOMER
• Explain to the customer how to use and maintain the system, referring to the operation manual.
• Ask the customer to carefully read the operation manual.
• When the system has been set up, hand the installation manual to the customer.
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DETACHING THE UNIT FROM THE MOUNTING PLATE
Push the “ ” marks at the bottom of the indoor unit
and pull the bottom of the unit. When the hooks are
released from the mounting plate, support the bottom
of the unit and lift the unit upwards.
“ ” mark.
PUMP DOWN
Pump down is adopted in the case of unit removal for re-installation, abandonment, repair etc.
Pump down is to collect the refrigerant into the outdoor unit.
PROCEDURE USING GAUGE MANIFOLD (Recommended procedure)
(1) Connect the gauge manifold hose to the service
Gauge manifold
2-way valve
port of the 3-way valve.
(2) Run the air conditioner at cooling test run mode
Lo
Hi
Compound
(Refer to 10 TEST RUN).
gauge
(3) After 5-10 minutes, close the 2-way valve.
3-way valve
(4) Close the 3-way valve when the compound gauge
reading becomes almost 0 MPa(0 cmHg).
(5) Stop the test run operation.
(6) Disconnect the gauge manifold hose from the service port.
Service port
(7) Disconnect both refrigerant pipes.
PROCEDURE WITHOUT USING GAUGE MANIFOLD
(1) Run the air conditioner at cooling test run mode (Refer to TEST RUN).
(2) After 5-10 minutes, fully close the 2-way valve by turning the hexagon wrench.
(3) After 2-3 minutes, immediately close the 3-way valve fully.
(4) Stop the test run operation.
(5) Disconnect both refrigerant pipes.
CUTIONS:
• Make sure that the compressor is turned off before removing the refrigerant pipes. Otherwise, it will
cause burst and injury.
• Do not perform PUMP DOWN when refrigerant is leaking or there is no refrigerant in the refrigerant cycle.
Otherwise, it will cause burst and injury.
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