Operating Instructions Air Conditioner

F566080
Operating Instructions
Air Conditioner
Indoor Unit
CS-F18DTE5
CS-F24DTE5
CS-F28DTE5
CS-F34DTE5
CS-F43DTE5
CS-F50DTE5
Outdoor Unit
Inverter Model
(HBE5 Series)
CU-YL24HBE5
CU-YL28HBE5
CU-YL34HBE5
CU-YL43HBE5
ENGLISH
2 ~ 11
Before operating the unit, read these operating
instructions thoroughly and keep them for future
reference.
ESPAÑOL
12 ~ 21
Antes de utilizar la unidad, sírvase leer atentamente
estas instrucciones de funcionamiento y conservarlas
como futuro elemento de consulta.
ITALIANO
22 ~ 31
Prima di utilizzare l’unità si prega di leggere
attentamente le istruzioni e di conservare questo
opuscolo per potervi fare riferimento in futuro.
DEUTSCH
32 ~ 41
Bevor Sie das Gerät in Betrieb nehmen, lesen Sie bitte
diese Bedienungsanleitung aufmerksam durch und
bewahren Sie sie für die künftige Verwendung auf.
PORTUGUÊS
42 ~ 51
Antes de ligar a unidade, leia cuidadosamente
este manual de utilização e guarde-o para futura
referência.
(GBE5 Series)
CU-YL24GBE5
CU-YL28GBE5
CU-YL34GBE5
CU-YL43GBE5
(DBE5, DBE8 Series)
CU-L24DBE5
CU-L28DBE5
CU-L34DBE5
CU-L43DBE5
CU-L34DBE8
CU-L43DBE8
CU-L50DBE8
Heat-pump Model
CU-B18DBE5
CU-B24DBE5
CU-B28DBE5
CU-B34DBE5
CU-B28DBE8
CU-B34DBE8
CU-B43DBE8
CU-B50DBE8
Cooling Model
CU-J18DBE5
CU-J24DBE5
CU-J28DBE5
CU-J34DBE5
CU-J24DBE8
CU-J28DBE8
CU-J34DBE8
CU-J43DBE8
CU-J50DBE8
NEDERLANDS
52 ~ 61
Lees voor u het apparaat gebruikt deze
gebruiksinstructies grondig en bewaar ze voor
toekomstig gebruik.
QUICK GUIDE / GUÍA RÁPIDA
GUIDA RAPIDA / KURZANLEITUNG
GUΙA RÁPIDO / SNELLE GIDS
© 2008 Panasonic HA Air-Conditioning (M) Sdn. Bhd.
(11969-T). All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying
and distribution is a violation of law.
SAFETY
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS
DEFINITION
The instructions to be followed are classified by the following symbols:
This symbol denotes an action
that is PROHIBITED.
These symbols denote actions
that are COMPULSORY.
To prevent personal injury, injury to others, or property damage, please observe the following.
Incorrect operation due to failure to follow instructions may cause harm or damage, the seriousness of which is classified as below:
This sign warns of
Caution injury or damage
to property.
Warning This sign warns of death or serious injury.
Wireless Remote Control
• Do not use rechargeable
(Ni-Cd) batteries.
• Do not allow infants and
small children to play
with the remote control
to prevent them from
accidentally swallowing the
batteries.
• Remove the batteries if the
unit is not going to be used
for a long period of time.
• New batteries of the same
type must be inserted
following the polarity stated
to prevent malfunction of
the remote control.
Indoor Unit
• Do not install, remove and
reinstall the unit by yourself;
improper installation will
cause leakage, electric
shock or fire. Please consult
an authorized dealer or
specialist for the installation
work.
• Do not insert your fingers or
other objects into the unit.
• Do not attempt to repair the
unit by yourself.
Air outlet
Power Supply
• Do not share the same power outlet with
other equipment.
• Do not modify power cords.
• Do not use extension cords.
• Do not operate with wet hands.
• Use the specified supply cord.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
• This equipment must be earthed and
strongly recommended to be installed
with Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker
(ELCB) or Residual Current Device
(RCD). Otherwise, it may cause electrical
shock or fire in case of malfunction.
• In case of emergency or abnormal
conditions (burnt smell, etc), turn off the
power supply, and consult your nearest
dealer.
2
Outdoor Unit
• Do not insert your fingers or other objects
into the unit, sharp parts may cause
injury.
Air inlet
Air inlet
Air inlet
Air outlet
Indoor Unit
• Do not install the unit in a
potentially explosive atmosphere.
• Do not wash the unit with water,
benzene, thinner or scouring
powder.
• Do not use for other purposes
such as preservation of food.
• Do not use any combustible
equipment in front of the airflow
outlet.
• Do not expose directly to cold air
for a long period.
• Ensure that the drainage pipe is
connected properly. Otherwise,
leakage may occur.
• Aerate the room regularly.
Power Supply
• Switch off the power supply before
cleaning or servicing.
• Turn off the power supply if the
unit is not used for a long period
of time.
• This air conditioner is equipped
with a built-in surge protective
device. However, in order
to further protect your air
conditioner from being damaged
by abnormally strong lightning
activity, you may want to
disconnect it from the power
supply. Do not touch the air
conditioner during lightning, it may
cause electric shock.
Outdoor Unit
• Do not sit or step on the unit, you
may fall down accidentally.
• Do not touch the sharp aluminum
fin, sharp parts may cause injury.
• Ensure that the drainage pipe is
connected properly. Otherwise,
leakage may occur.
• After long periods of use, make
sure the installation rack is not
damaged.
Thank you for purchasing
Air Conditioner
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
OPERATION CONDITION
REGULATORY INFORMATION
Use this air conditioner under the following temperature range
Model
Temperature (°C)
Indoor
Outdoor
Maximum
32
43
COOLING
Inverter
Minimum
21
-15*
(GBE5, DBE5,
Maximum
27
24
DBE8 Series)
HEATING
Minimum
16
-20
Maximum
32
43
COOLING
Minimum
21
-10**
Heat-pump
Maximum
27
24
HEATING
Minimum
16
-10
Maximum
32
43
Cooling
COOLING
Minimum
21
-10**
NOTICE: This unit is still able to operate as a cooler with outdoor temperature as low as
-15°C*/ -10°C** in a non-living room, such as a computer room, with a room
temperature of 21°C or above, and room humidity up to 45%.
(CU-YL24HBE5, CU-YL28HBE5, CU-YL34HBE5, CU-YL43HBE5)
Temperature (°C)
Indoor
Outdoor
Maximum
32
43
COOLING
Minimum
21
-5
Maximum
27
24
HEATING
Minimum
16
-15
NOTICE: This unit is still able to operate as a cooler with outdoor temperature as low
as -5°C in a non-living room, such as a computer room, with a room
temperature of 21°C or above, and room humidity up to 45%.
ENGLISH
REGULATORY
REGULATORY INFORMATION
INFORMATION
2
3
PRODUCT OVERVIEW &
OPERATIONS
(WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL)
4~5
PRODUCT OVERVIEW &
OPERATIONS
(WIRED REMOTE CONTROL)
6~8
CARE & CLEANING
TROUBLESHOOTING
9
10~11
QUICK GUIDE
BACK COVER
NOTE :
The illustrations in this manual are
for explanation purposes only and
may differ from the actual unit. It is
subjected to change without notice
for future improvement.
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries
Pb
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that used electrical and
electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take them to
applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the Directives 2002/96/EC and
2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable resources and prevent
any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from
inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please contact your local
municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.
For business users in the European Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further
information.
[Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union]
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your
local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the requirement
set by the Directive for the chemical involved.
• Do not switch ON the unit when waxing the floor. After waxing, aerate the room properly before operating the unit.
• Do not install the unit in oily and smoky areas.
3
PRODUCT
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW &
& OPERATIONS
OPERATIONS
(WIRELESS
(WIRELESS REMOTE
REMOTE CONTROL)
CONTROL)
Horizontal airflow direction louver
Control Panel
Ray receiver
POWER
TIMER
FILTER
ECONOMY
AUTO
ODOUR WASH
Auto OFF/ON button
• To operate the unit if the wireless remote control
is misplaced or malfunctioning.
Action
Press once.
Press and hold until you hear 1 beep,
then release.
1.Press and hold until you hear 2
beeps then release.
2.Press the SET button for 5 seconds.
Press the button to turn off.
Intake grille
Vertical airflow
direction louver
Air filter
Mode
Auto
Cooling
Heating
Transmitter
Maximum distances: 8m
Remote Control Preparation
Remote control
display
M
MO
ODE
DE
AIR SW
AU TO
ING FA
N SP
AU TO
ADDR
ESS
ECONOM
EED
TIMER
ON
1
2
Press and pull out
4
Set time
Insert AAA or R03 batteries
(can be used ~ 1 year)
5
Confirm
3
Press CLOCK
6
Close the cover
OFF/ON
Y
OFF/O
N
TO TURN ON OR OFF THE
UNIT
POWER
MODE
ODOUR WA
SH
AIR S
WING
AUTO
MANU
AL
SELECT
3
TIME
R
RESE
T AD
DRES
S
FAN SP
EED
SET
CLOCK
4
5
CANCEL
SET
2
6
1
4
TO SET TEMPERATURE
FILTER RE
SET
Inverter / Heat-pump Model
CZ-RL513T
Cooling Model
CZ-RL013T
• Selection range: 16°C ~ 31°C.
MODE
TO SELECT OPERATION MODE
AUTO mode - For your convenience
• Unit selects operation mode according to temperature setting,
outdoor and room temperature.
HEAT mode - To enjoy warm air
• Unit takes a while to warm up.
(Applicable for Inverter / Heat-pump Model)
FAN mode - To enables air circulation in the room
COOL mode - To enjoy cool air
DRY mode - To dehumidify the environment
• Unit operates at low fan speed to give a gentle cooling operation.
• During soft dry operation, the indoor fan operates at a low fan
speed.
• The louvers movement might not align with the remote control
display.
TO SELECT FAN SPEED (3 OPTIONS)
AUTO
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
• For AUTO, the indoor fan speed is automatically
adjusted according to the operation mode.
• If the operation mode is set to Fan, the fan speed will
be fixed at MEDIUM regardless of the temperature
setting.
AIR SWING
AUTO
MANUAL
TO ADJUST AIRFLOW
DIRECTION
TO SET DAILY TIMER
• To turn ON or OFF the unit at a preset time.
TIMER
SELECT
SET
Select ON or
OFF timer.
Set the time.
• To cancel ON or OFF timer, press
• Keeps the room ventilated.
AUTO
• Auto Air Swing function optimize room comfort by
giving finer control over the airflow direction.
• The vertical airflow louver swings up and down
automatically.
• Do not adjust the vertical airflow direction louvers by
hand.
• Horizontal airflow direction louver is
manually adjustable.
ENGLISH
FAN SPEED
Confirm.
CANCEL
.
• When ON timer is set, the unit may start early before
the actual set time in order to achieve the desired
temperature on time.
• Timer operation is based on the clock set in the remote
control and repeats daily once set. For clock setting,
please refer to Remote Control preparation.
• The timer closest to the current time will be activated
first.
• If timer is cancelled manually, you can restore the
previous setting by pressing SET .
• If the main power is switched off for an hour or more,
the clock and timer will need to be set again.
MANUAL
• There are 4 options for manual vertical airflow
direction.
• The airflow direction can be adjusted as desired by
using remote control.
TO REDUCE POWER
ECONOMY
CONSUMPTION
• Recommend to use when desired room temperature is
reached.
• Economy operation can be activated in all modes and
can be cancelled by pressing the respective button
again.
OPTIONAL SETTINGS
• To avoid unintentional operation, you can
assign a different address to each indoor
unit.
• Press repeatedly to select your desired
address setting.
ECONOMY
ODOUR WASH
Group
ADDRESS
ODOUR WASH
ODOUR REMOVING
• Applicable for all models.
• Helps to remove unpleasant odour from the
surrounding area during operation.
• To enable the odour removing function, press the
ODOUR WASH once.
• To cancel, press the respective button again.
ODOUR CLEAR
• Applicable for Inverter model only.
• To remove odour and minimize the growth of odour
causing moulds in the air conditioner’s interior section.
• To enable this function, press the ODOUR WASH for more than
3 seconds.
• The unit will automatically perform Fan and Heating
modes for approximately 20 minutes and then stops
automatically.
• Recommended to open the windows during this
operation.
RESET
SET
Address 1
Address 2
Address 3
• By default, ADDRESS 1 is selected. You
do not need to change this setting for
normal operation.
• If the address is set to GROUP, more
than one indoor unit can be operated at
the same time.
Press to restore the remote control’s default
setting.
Not used in normal operations.
HINTS
• Set the temperature 1°C higher in cool mode or 2°C
lower in heat mode than the desired temperature to
achieve a 10% power saving.
• Use curtains to screen off sunlight and outdoor heat to
reduce power consumption during cool mode.
5
PRODUCT
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW &
& OPERATIONS
OPERATIONS
(WIRED
(WIRED REMOTE
REMOTE CONTROL)
CONTROL)
Horizontal airflow direction louver
Vertical airflow
direction louver
Intake grille
Air filter
OFF / ON
TO TURN ON OR OFF THE UNIT
UP
FAN SPEED
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN AUTO
ON
AUTO
DOWN
TO SET TEMPERATURE
AIR SWING
AUTO 123
• Selection range: 16°C ~ 31°C.
OFF / ON
CZ-RD513C
TIMER/CLOCK
MODE
SET
UP
SELECT DOWN CANCEL
ECONOMY
CHECK ODOUR WASH
FAN
SPEED
MODE
TEMP/
A/C No.
UP
AUTO
MANUAL
DOWN
3
2
AIR SWING
VENTILATION TEST RUN FILTER RESET
1
CZ-RD513C
• For normal operation, the
buttons are not in use.
VENTILATION
and TEST RUN
Remote Control Preparation
6
1
Press
2
Press to set day
3
Confirm
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set the
current time.
SELECT
MODE
TO SELECT OPERATION MODE
AUTO mode - For your convenience
• Unit selects operation mode according to temperature
setting, outdoor and room temperature.
HEAT mode - To enjoy warm air
• Unit takes a while to warm up.
(Applicable for Inverter / Heat-pump Model)
FAN mode - To enables air circulation in the room
COOL mode - To enjoy cool air
DRY mode - To dehumidify the environment
• Unit operates at low fan speed to give a gentle cooling
operation.
• During soft dry operation, the indoor fan operates at a
low fan speed.
• The louvers movement might not align with the remote
control display.
AUTO
LO
MED
TO SET DAILY TIMER
HI
• To turn ON or OFF the unit at a preset time.
• For AUTO, the indoor fan speed is automatically
adjusted according to the operation mode.
• If the operation mode is set to Fan, the fan speed will
be fixed at MED regardless of the temperature setting.
AUTO
MANUAL
AIR SWING
1
2
SELECT
MODE
Enter daily timer mode.
Select ON or OFF timer.
3
4
TO ADJUST AIRFLOW
DIRECTION
ENGLISH
TO SELECT FAN SPEED (3 OPTIONS)
FAN
SPEED
UP
• Keeps the room ventilated.
SET
DOWN
AUTO
Set the time.
• Auto Air Swing function optimize room comfort by
giving finer control over the airflow direction.
• The vertical airflow louver swings up and down
automatically.
• Do not adjust the vertical airflow direction louvers by
hand.
• Horizontal airflow direction louver is
manually adjustable.
MANUAL
• There are 4 options for manual vertical airflow
direction.
• The airflow direction can be adjusted as desired by
using remote control.
• To cancel ON or OFF timer, press
Confirm.
CANCEL
.
• When ON timer is set, the unit may start early before
the actual set time in order to achieve the desired
temperature on time.
• Timer operation is based on the clock set in the remote
control and repeats daily once set. For clock setting,
please refer to Remote Control preparation.
• The timer closest to the current time will be activated
first.
• If timer is cancelled manually, you can restore the
SET
previous setting by pressing .
• If the main power is switched off for an hour or more,
the clock and timer will need to be set again.
ECONOMY
TO REDUCE POWER CONSUMPTION
• Recommend to use when desired room temperature is
reached.
• Economy operation can be activated in all modes and
can be cancelled by pressing the respective button
again.
HINTS
• Set the temperature 1°C higher in cool mode or 2°C
lower in heat mode than the desired temperature to
achieve a 10% power saving.
• Use curtains to screen off sunlight and outdoor heat to
reduce power consumption during cool mode.
ODOUR WASH
ODOUR REMOVING
• Applicable for all models.
• Helps to remove unpleasant odour from the
surrounding area during operation.
• To enable the odour removing function, press the
ODOUR WASH once.
• To cancel, press the respective button again.
ODOUR CLEAR
• Applicable for Inverter model only.
• To remove odour and minimize the growth of odour
causing moulds in the air conditioner’s interior section.
• To enable this function, press the ODOUR WASH for more than
3 seconds.
• The unit will automatically perform Fan and Heating
modes for approximately 20 minutes and then stops
automatically.
• Recommended to open the windows during this
operation.
7
TO SET WEEKLY TIMER
OPERATION DETAILS
FAN SPEED
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN AUTO
ON
AUTO
OFF / O
AIR SWING
AUTO 123
CZ-RD513C
TIMER/CLOCK
MODE
OFF / ON
CZ-RD513C
TIMER/CLOCK
MODE
SELECT
UP
SET
DOWN CANCEL
ECONOMY
CHECK ODOUR WASH
FAN
SPEED
MODE
TEMP/
A/C No.
UP
AUTO
MANUAL
DOWN
SELECT
UP
SET
DOWN CANCEL
AIR SWING
ECONOMY
VENTILATION TEST RUN FILTER RESET
CHECK ODOUR WASH
• Weekly timer is only applicable for wired remote
MODE
control, press
for 3 seconds to select daily
timer or weekly timer.
• Daily timer and weekly timer could not be set at the
same time.
• Promotes energy saving by allowing you to set up to
6 timers in any given day.
• Same timer program cannot be set on the same day.
VE
Check Timer
Will light up if Timer
operation is selected
1. Enter timer mode.
6 different programs can
be set in a day (1 ~ 6)
TIMER 1 2 3 4 5 6
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Indicate the
selected day
ON
Time to be
OFF
selected (Interval
10 minutes)
OFF-Timer. To automatically
switch “OFF” the unit.
ON-Timer. To automatically switch “ON” the unit.
Day to be selected
Change Display
MODE
1. Press
for 3 seconds to change the display to
weekly timer.
TIMER/CLOCK
MODE
UP
SET
SELECT DOWN CANCEL
2. Select the day.
ECONOMY
3. The display will show the program for each of the
selected day.
Modify Or Add Timer
• Perform check timer operation to select the day.
Repeat steps 4 to 8 to modify existing timer program,
or add any new timer program.
Cancel Timer
• Perform the step below to cancel the timer program
for a particular day.
1. Enter timer mode.
TIMER/CLOCK
MODE
UP
SET
SELECT DOWN CANCEL
2. Select the day.
Select days to run timer
2. Press
SELECT
ECONOMY
to enter day setting.
3. Press
to select your desired day.
The selected
day will be highlighted with
SET
Press
to deselect or select
mark.
Repeat this step includes other day.
.
Select ON/OFF Timer
4. Press
SELECT
5. Press
6. Press
Disable Weekly Timer
• To disable weekly timer setting, press
CANCEL
press
.
to enter Timer 1.
to choose ON or OFF.
SET
to confirm the selection.
7. Press
to select your desired time.
If you want to set together with your desired
UP
8. Press
SET
DOWN
to select the temperature.
to confirm the setting.
• Repeat steps 5 to 8 to set Timer 2 to 6, or press
to cancel the related timers.
8
MODE
, then
Enable Weekly Timer
• To enable previous weekly timer setting, press
SET
then press
.
Select Timer
temperature, press
3. Press to enter day
setting.
4. Press to cancel the
timer set.
CANCEL
MODE
,
• Switch off the power supply before cleaning.
• Do not touch the aluminium fin, sharp parts may cause injury.
CAUTION
HINTS
WASHING INSTRUCTIONS
• Do not use benzene, thinner or scouring powder.
• Use only soap ( pH7) or neutral household detergent.
• Do not use water hotter than 40°C.
• Clean the filter regularly for best performance and to
reduce power consumption.
• Please consult your nearest dealer for seasonal
inspection.
Remove Air Filter
1
ENGLISH
CARE
CARE &
& CLEANING
CLEANING
Air Filter Installation
Push the knobs in the intake grille in the direction
of the arrow to open the intake grille.
Knob
Push
1. Install the air filters to the intake grille by the
reverse procedures of removal.
2. Close and push the knobs to secure the
intake grille.
Push
Knob
2
Close
Intake Grille
Remove the main air filters from the intake grille tabs.
INDOOR UNIT
Wipe the unit gently with a
soft, dry cloth.
Side air filter
1
AIR FILTERS
Vacuum, wash
and dry.
2
Tabs
3
Push
2
Main air filter
Push
1
Press the side air filter tab 1 and 2 in that order to release the side air filter.
Air Filter Maintenance
Cleaning is needed when:
FAN SPEED
AUTO
AUTO FAN
COOL DRY FILTER
RESET
AIR SWING
AUTO 123
POWER
TIMER
FILTER
ECONOMY
AUTO
“FILTER RESET” appears on
the remote control display.
(For wired remote control)
“FILTER” lights up on the
indicator display.
(For wireless remote control)
• lt is recommended to clean the air filter every 6
weeks.
• After the air filter is cleaned, press FILTER RESET / FILTER RESET to
reset.
• Do not operate without an air filter.
• Wash/rinse the air filter gently with water to avoid
damage to the air filter surface.
• Do not dry the part with a hair dryer or a stove.
• Replace any damaged air filter.
ODOUR WASH
9
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
The following symptoms do not indicate malfunction.
Symptom
Cause
Mist emerges from indoor unit.
• Condensation effect due to cooling process.
Water flowing sound during operation.
• Refrigerant flow inside the unit.
The room has a peculiar odour.
• This may due to damp smell emitted by the wall, carpet, furniture or
clothing.
Indoor fan stops occasionally during automatic • This helps to remove the surrounding odours.
fan speed setting.
Operation is delayed a few minutes after
restart.
• The delay is a protection to the unit’s compressor.
Outdoor unit emits water/steam.
• Condensation or evaporation occurs on pipes.
Timer indicator is always on.
• The timer setting repeats daily once set.
Indoor fan stops occasionally during heating
operation.
• To avoid unintended cooling effect.
Cracking sound can be heard during
operation.
• Changes of temperature cause the expansion/contraction of the unit.
Unit switch to FAN operation and air become
humid.
• This happens when the room temperature reaches the set temperature,
operation switches to FAN mode and the humidity increase.
Outdoor unit emits noise during heating
operation.
• This is due to changes inflow of refrigerant gas when operation stops
and starts.
Operation does not stop immediately after
pressed the OFF/ON button.
• Discharging heat is in process. Operation will stops automatically after
approximately 60 seconds.
Operation stops occasionally. (“DEFROST”
appears on the remote control display)
• The unit is in defrosting mode, and the melted frost is drained from the
outdoor unit.
Airflow does not start immediately after
operation is started. (“PRE HEAT” appears on
the remote control display)
• The unit is warming up to provide warm air.
Operation starts after power resumes.
• Auto restart is in function and operates under previous setting.
During dry mode, cold air blow out.
• The unit is running cooling operation with low fan speed to dehumidify
the room.
Fan speed change occasionally during heating • The room temperature has reached the remote control setting. When the
mode.
room temperature drops again, the fan speed will resume to the remote
control settings.
10
Outdoor unit emits steam during heating
mode.
• This is due to defrost operation happens at the heat exchanger.
Air Swing operation 1, 2, 3 are no variance
in angle.
• Only one blowing angle is available for Ceiling model.
Symptom
Check
Heating/Cooling operation is not working
efficiently.
•
•
•
•
Heating mode cannot be operated.
• The unit is forced to operate at cooling mode only in a non-living room,
such as a computer room.
Noisy during operation.
• Check if the unit has been installed at an incline or the intake grille is not
closed properly.
Remote control does not work.
(Wireless remote control display is dim or
transmission signal is weak.)
• Insert the batteries correctly.
• Replace weak batteries.
The unit does not work.
• Check if the circuit breaker is tripped.
• Check if timers have been set.
The unit does not receive the signal from the
remote control.
•
•
•
•
Set the temperature correctly.
Close all doors and windows.
Clean or replace the filters.
Clear any obstruction at the air inlet and air outlet vents.
ENGLISH
Check the following before calling for servicing.
Make sure the receiver not obstructed.
Make sure the address is set correctly.
Make sure the remote control signal transmission is within the range.
Certain fluorescent lights may interfere with signal transmitter. Please
consult your nearest dealer.
“CHECK”
“CHECK” Display on Wired Remote Control.
If the CHECK indicator flashes on the wired
remote control.
• Turn off the unit.
• Turn on again after 3 minutes.
• If CHECK continues to blink, press CHECK for error messages. If problem
persist, please consult your nearest authorized dealer.
FOR SEASONAL INSPECTION AFTER EXTENDED
NON-USE
• Checking of remote control batteries (wireless remote
control).
• No obstruction at air inlet and air outlet vents.
• After 15 minutes of operation, it is normal to have the
following temperature difference between air inlet and air
outlet vents:
Cooling: ≥ 8°C
Heating: ≥ 14°C
FOR EXTENDED NON-USE
• Activate heat mode (Inverter/Heat-pump model) or Fan
mode (Cooling model) for 2~3 hours to remove moisture
left in the internal parts thoroughly.
• Turn off the power supply.
• Remove the remote control batteries (wireless remote
control).
NON SERVICEABLE CRITERIAS
TURN OFF POWER SUPPLY then CALL Authorized
Distributor under the following conditions:
• Abnormal noise during operation.
• Water/foreign particles have entered the remote control.
• Water leaks from Indoor unit.
• Circuit breaker switches off frequently.
• Power cord becomes unnaturally warm.
• Switches or buttons are not functioning properly.
• The odour persists even after odour wash operation is
used continuously.
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QUICK
QUICK GUIDE/GUÍA
GUIDE/GUÍA RÁPIDA/GUIDA
RÁPIDA/GUIDA RAPIDA/
RAPIDA/
KURZANLEITUNG/GUIA
KURZANLEITUNG/GUIA RÁPIDO/SNELLE
RÁPIDO/SNELLE GIDS
GIDS
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL • CONTROL REMOTO INALÁMBRICO • TELECOMANDO WIRELESS O SENZA FILI •
INFRAROT-FERNBEDIENUNG • CONTROLO REMOTO SEM FIO • DRAADLOZE AFSTANDSBEDIENING
1
MODE
Inverter/Heat-pump
model
MODE
MODE
AUTO
HEAT
DRY COOL FAN
AIR SWING FAN SPEED
AUTO
Select the desired mode.
Seleccione el modo deseado.
Selezionare la modalità desiderata.
Wählen Sie die gewünschte Betriebsart aus.
Seleccione o modo de funcionamento pretendido.
Selecteer de gewenste stand.
AUTO
Cooling model
ADDRESS
AUTO
DRY
TIMER
ON
2
OFF/ON
ECONOMY
FAN
COOL
Start/stop the operation.
Inicie/detenga el funcionamiento.
Avviare/arrestare l’apparecchio.
Schalten Sie das Gerät ein bzw. aus.
Ligue/Desligue a unidade.
Start/stop het apparaat.
OFF/ON
MODE
ODOUR WASH
FILTER RESET
AIR SWING
MANUAL
AUTO
FAN SPEED
SELECT
SET
CLOCK
CANCEL
3
Select the desired temperature.
Seleccione la temperature deseada.
Selezionare la temperatura desiderata.
Stellen Sie die gewünschte Temperatur ein.
Programe a temperatura desejada.
Stel de gewenste temperatuur in.
TIMER
RESET ADDRESS SET
WIRED REMOTE CONTROL • CONTROL REMOTO CON CABLES • TELECOMANDO CABLATO •
KABELFERNBEDIENUNG • CONTROLO REMOTO COM FIOS • BEDRADE AFSTANDSBEDIENING
1
OFF / ON
FAN SPEED
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN AUTO
ON
2
AUTO
AIR SWING
AUTO 123
TIMER/CLOCK
MODE
SELECT
UP
SET
DOWN CANCEL
ECONOMY
CHECK ODOUR WASH
MODE
Inverter/Heat-pump
model
AUTO
HEAT
DRY COOL FAN
OFF / ON
CZ-RD513C
FAN
SPEED
MODE
TEMP/
A/C No.
UP
AUTO
MANUAL
DOWN
Start/stop the operation.
Inicie/detenga el funcionamiento.
Avviare/arrestare l’apparecchio.
Schalten Sie das Gerät ein bzw. aus.
Ligue/Desligue a unidade.
Start/stop het apparaat.
Cooling model
AUTO
DRY
FAN
COOL
Select the desired mode.
Seleccione el modo deseado.
Selezionare la modalità desiderata.
Wählen Sie die gewünschte Betriebsart
aus.
Seleccione o modo de funcionamento
pretendido.
Selecteer de gewenste stand.
AIR SWING
VENTILATION TEST RUN FILTER RESET
3
UP
DOWN
Pursuant to at the directive 2004/108/EC, article 9(2)
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Service Europe, a division of
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, F.R. Germany
Select the desired temperature.
Seleccione la temperature deseada.
Selezionare la temperatura desiderata.
Stellen Sie die gewünschte Temperatur ein.
Programe a temperatura desejada.
Stel de gewenste temperatuur in.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Web Site: http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
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