15000BTU MOBILE AIR CONDITIONER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Model KY-44B
IMPORTANT
Please read these instructions carefully before use.
Contents
Description
Important Safety Instruction
BS Plug Wiring
Technical Specification
Energy Saving Advice
Product Description
Control Panel
Remote Control Functions
Use of Control Panel
Remote Control Operation
Air Exhaust Duct Installation
Maintenance
Trouble Shooting
Packing List
Electrical Circuit Diagram
Services Warranty
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THE MANUFACTURER DISCLAIMS ANY RESPONSIBILITY, IF THE
ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT FOLLOWED.
Please note:
For those who are not aware of the danger that might occur from the
usage of an electrical appliance, they should use the product under
guidance and supervision.
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Important Safety Instructions
Read and save these important safety instructions before using this
unit. When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions
should always be followed including the following:
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Transport & store the unit in an upright position only. Leave it in an
upright position for at least 3 hours before first use.
Always place the unit on an even, level surface.
An opening in a window or wall is required to accommodate the
exhaust hose to expel the hot air.
Make sure the unit is connected to an earthed power supply of the
correct rating. (Refer to the rating label located at the back of the
unit).
The unit will cool when the room temperature is between 18°C~32°C
depending on the thermostat setting.
Operate this unit in an ambient temperature of 32°C or lower.
DO NOT use this unit for functions other than those described in this
instruction manual.
DO NOT tilt the unit.
DO NOT cover or obstruct the appliance’s inlet and outlet grilles.
Your air conditioner has been designed to be used only in the home,
office and similar conditions and should not be used for any other
purpose.
Never unplug the air conditioner while it is working, this could damage
the electronic circuits.
DO NOT use the appliance in a wet room, such as a bathroom or
laundry room to avoid the risk of electrical shocks.
Do not bend or crush the warm air exhaust hose.
DO NOT sit or place articles on the appliance.
DO NOT use the appliance with wet or damp hands.
DO NOT let chemical substances come into contact with the
appliance.
DO NOT use the appliance in the presence of flammable substances
or vapours such as alcohol, insecticides, petrol, etc.
DO NOT use the plug to start and stop the appliance. ALWAYS use
the control panel to start and stop the unit.
ALWAYS keep an air path of at least 50cm from walls, furniture or
curtains.
ALWAYS turn off the appliance when it is not in use and remove the
mains plug from the socket outlet.
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ALWAYS turn the unit off and remove the mains plug before cleaning,
carrying out maintenance or moving location.
Avoid the use of adapter plugs, multiple sockets and /or extension
leads. If their use is necessary, ensure they conform to current safety
standards.
Do not pull the electrical cable or place it near a source of heat:
always unroll it completely to avoid dangerous overheating. If the
supply cord becomes damaged, the service agent or a similarly
qualified person must replace it, in order to avoid a hazard.
The filter must be used with the product at all times, when removing it
for clearing always turn the unit off and unplug the mains plug from
the socket.
Do not operate the fan with a damaged power cord or plug, after it
malfunctions, has been dropped or damaged. If the power cord is
damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer or a qualified
service engineer to avoid a hazard.
For those who are not aware of the danger that might occur from the
usage of an electrical appliance, they should use the product under
guidance and supervision.
THE MANUFACTURER DISCLAIMS ANY RESPONSIBILITY, IF
THE ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT FOLLOWED.
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BS Plug Wiring
Wiring Instructions: Should it be necessary to change the plug
please note the wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
BLUE - NEUTRAL
BROWN - LIVE
GREEN AND YELLOW - EARTH
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows:
1. The BLUE wire is the NEUTRAL and must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
2. The BROWN wire is the LIVE and must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
3. The GREEN/YELLOW is the EARTH and must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter E or
or coloured GREEN
OR GREEN/YELLOW.
4. Always ensure that the cord grip is positioned and fastened correctly.
If a 13A (BS 1363) fused plug is used it must be fitted with a 13A fuse. If in
doubt consult a qualified electrician.
Wiring for a 13 Amp Plug (BS1363)
Please note. The Earth Terminal is marked with the letter E or Earth
Symbol
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Technical Specification
KY-44B
Model
Cooling capacity
15000Btu/hour
Dehumidifying capacity
3.5 litres / hour
Nominal power
1600 watts
Input power (Max)
1800 watts
Air flow
550 m³/h
Power source
220-240V ~ 50Hz
≤54 dB (A)
Sound pressure level
Net weight
50 kg
Unit
100 x 43 x 40 (cm)
Dimensions
Packaged
117.5 x 50 x 46 (cm)
Refrigerant
R407c / 0.87 kg
NOTE:
1. The above cooling capacity is measured at ambient temperature 30°C,
Relative Humidity 70%.
2. Noise level is measured at a point one-meter away form the front of the
machine in cooling mode.
3. Fan power consumption is measured when the fan runs at high speed.
4. Specifications listed above are for reference only. Please see actual
data printed on the nameplate located on the appliance.
Please note: Due to continuous research and
development the specifications are subject to change
without notice.
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Energy Saving Advice
1.
Do not locate the air conditioner where furniture or other objects
can obstruct the airflow.
2.
Keep blinds/curtains closed during the warmest part of the day.
3.
Close the fireplace damper, floor and/or wall grilles, so cool air
does not escape through the chimney or ductwork.
4.
Keep the filters clean.
5.
Avoid opening doors frequently.
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Each person present in a room provides between 100 & 150Watts
of heat, consequently, the more people there are in the room, the
less effective the unit will be in cooling.
7. Set the unit to maximum cooling and high-speed ventilation for
the initial start up and then adjust the unit to a comfortable
setting.
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Product Description
1. Exhaust air duct
2. Exhaust air duct inlet connector
3. Mid-connector
4. Exhaust air duct outlet
connector
5. Remote controller
6. Fish tail exhaust outlet
connector
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Control Panel
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Remote Control Functions
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Use of Control Panel
Do not operate in cooling or dehumidifying mode when room temperature
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exceeds DB35 C, RH70%
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Automatic, Dehumidify, Cooling, Fan mode operation
1. Turning the unit on
a)
Plug in the power cord. The unit beeps twice.
b)
Press the “On/Off” button to turn on the unit. The LED displays
the room temperature and operates in Automatic mode.
2. Selecting operating mode
Press the “Mode” button to select the desired mode as show below:
3. Adjusting temperature
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The adjustable temperature range is 15-31 C. Press ∆ (up) or ∇
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(down) button to increase or decrease by 1 C. The unit LED shows the
target temperature for 5 seconds and then display the room
temperature.
4. Adjusting the fan speed
Press the “Speed” button to select the desired fan speed as shown
below
5. Turn the unit off
Press “On/Off” button, the unit will emit “di” sound and stop working.
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Use of Control Panel
(continued)
6. Modes operation
‹ Automatic Mode
1. Once the Automatic mode is selected, the indoor temperature
sensor operates to select the desired mode.
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2. When the room temperature ≥24 C, the unit automatically
selects cooling mode and the upper fan turns to low speed
automatically.
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3. When the room temperature ≤23 C, the unit automatically
selects fan mode and the upper fan turns to low speed
automatically.
‹ Dehumidifying Mode
1. The upper fan will run at low speed, the speed is not
adjustable.
2. The compressor and lower fan runs 8 minutes ON than 6
minutes OFF automatically.
3. The unit has constant temperature dehumidifying mode,
adjustment of temperature is not possible.
‹ Cooling Mode
1. When the room temperature is higher than set temperature.
The compressor starts to run.
2. When the room temperature is lower than set temperature, the
compressor stops and upper fan operates at original set
speed.
‹ Fan Mode
1. The upper fan runs at set speed, the compressor and lower fan
motor stop.
2. The temperature is not adjustable.
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Use of Control Panel
(continued)
7. Timer operation
1. Press “Timer” button to set Automatic Off time while the unit is
running.
2. Press “Timer” button to set Automatic On time while the unit is
standby.
3. The adjustable time range is 1-12 hours by hour.
8. Swing operation
1. Press “Swing” button to change airflow direction. The unit default
setting is straight airflow.
2. Press “Swing” button once, the airflow direction will change to
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swing at 120 right-left.
9. Sleep operation
1. Sleep operation works in Cooling mode.
2. Press “Sleep” button, the unit runs in Sleep mode, the upper fan
turns to low speed automatically. The set temperature increases by
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1 C per hour for up to 8 hours.
3. The unit turns off after 8 hours running in Sleep mode.
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Remote Control Operation
How to install or change batteries (batteries not include)
1. The polarity of batteries must match the indicator in the remote control.
2. Don’t mix new and old batteries.
3. If the remote control will not be used for a long period, take batteries
out to avoid corrosion.
4. The batteries must be removed from the remote control before it is
scrapped and dispose of them responsibly.
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Air Exhaust Dust Installation
How to connect the connectors to the exhaust air duct:
1. Extend the exhaust air duct
by drawing out the two ends of
the duct.
2. Screw the exhaust air duct
into the mid-connector.
3. Screw the exhaust air duct into the outlet connector.
4. Screw the mid connector into the inlet connector.
5. Connect the inlet connector onto the unit.
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Air Exhaust Dust Installation
(continuous)
Suggestion methods to exhaust hot air:
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Exhaust hot air from window
Open window a little and place plastic pipe outside.
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Exhaust hot air from door
Open door to an appropriate angle to fit plastic pipe to outside.
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Air Exhaust Dust Installation
Note
1. Air exhaust duct can
be extend from 0.55 to
1.8 meters, the unit
works more efficiently
if the duct is shorter.
2. Make sure the air
exhaust duct is not
distorted.
3. Use only the duct
supplied
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Maintenance
Before carrying out ANY maintenance works ensure the
appliance is switched off and the three-pin plug is removed
from the power socket.
Filter maintenance
Take out air filter cover from back air inflow vent.
Clean, wash the air filter by immersing it gently into warm water with a
neutral detergent, rinse the filter of detergent and dry it thoroughly in a
shaded place.
Allow the filter to dry naturally before returning to the air filter cover.
How to draining excess condenser water
When unit running at cooling mode, the unit automatically dehumidifies the
air in the room. The water from dehumidification is stored in a collecting
water tray and then immediately “evaporated” and evacuated via the warm
air outlet duct. However, when it is extremely humid, the collecting tank
may fill up. In this case the alarm Buzzer will sound 20 times while water
tray gets full, error code “E4” will display in LED panel and cooling system
stops automatically, and fan will stop in 3 minutes automatically as well.
To re-set the unit and drain the condensed water, please follow the
instructions below.
A. Water Tank Drainage
1. Horizontally place water tray under drainage hole.
2. Disconnect the rubber plug from drainage pipe, condensed water will
flow out.
3. When the water tray gets full, push rubber plug back to drainage hole,
and empty water tray.
4. Repeat 1,2,3 until all condensed water in the unit is drained.
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Maintenance
(continued)
B. Continuous drainage
This unit can be used with a permanent drain connection. If you use this
unit frequently, please connect the pipe to the unit as shown below so that
the unit can drain the water continuously.
1. Disconnect the rubber plug from continuous drainage pipe. Store the
disconnected rubber plug for later use.
2. Connect supplied drainage pipe to drainage hole, condensed water will
flow out.
3. If you want to extend drainage pipe, you can use 18mm (inside
diameter) plastic pipe and connect with the supplied drainage pipe.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Suggested solution
Power supply fault.
The air conditioner
does not work
1. Unit not plugged in
Plug into socket
outlet.
2. Faulty plug or
socket
Contact a qualified
engineer to replace
faulty plug or socket.
Replace or reset fuse.
3. Blown or tripped
fuse
The display shows
run mode but does
not run
Not working
In cooling mode
1. The TIMER has
been set
Cancel the TIMER or wait
for timer to initiate.
1. The room
temperature is lower
It is normal
than the set temperature
No cold air is being
delivered
1. There is frost on
the evaporator
In dehumidifying
mode no cool air is
delivered
1. There is frost on the
evaporator
LCD window shows
"E2, E3"
1. Room temperature
sensor
1. Water tank is full
LCD window shows
"E4"
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The unit is defrosting &
will run after defrost
termination.
The unit is defrosting &
will run after Defrost
termination. This is
normal.
Refer fault to
authorised dealership.
Drain condenser water
Packing List
No .
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part Name
Mobile Air Conditioner
Exhaust Air Duct
Mid-Connector
Exhausted Air Duct Inlet Connector
Exhausted Air Duct Outlet Connector
Exhausted Air Duct Fish Tail Outlet Connector
Remote Controller
Manual Instruction
Drainage Pipe
Water Plate
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Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Electrical Circuit Diagram
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Warranty
Do not operate the unit with a damaged cord or plug, after the unit
malfunctions, has been dropped or damaged.
For your convenience, record the complete model number and product
name (located on the Product Identification Plate), the date you purchased
the product, and attach your purchase receipt as proof of purchase.
To ensure your product is covered by warranty, the complete faulty product
together with your purchase receipt should be returned to your retailer.
ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Save This Warranty Information
EHS (International) Ltd. guarantees this product free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of one (1) year.
Should this unit be operated under conditions other than those recommended, at voltages
other than the voltage indicated on the unit, or any attempts made to service or modify the
unit, will render this WARRANTY VOID. The product you buy may sometimes differ slightly
from illustration. This warranty is in addition to, and does not affect your statutory rights.
Should you have a problem with this product, please call our Help Desk on: (0870) 742
5021.
This product has been manufactured to comply with EEC Directives
73/23/EEC and 89/336/EEC
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with
household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check
with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.
EHS, Manchester, M17 1RN
EHS05/06
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