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13. Fan Speed ( heat pump systems only)
In heat pump systems, the indoor fan may be off, or at low speed in heating mode, and changes
to the selected speed when the indoor coil is warm, returning to low speed when not calling for
heating.
14. Off cycle delay
To prevent operational problems, cooling restart is delayed for 3 minutes following power up, or
from the time the unit was last cooling or heating, (if heat pump). Cooling or heating, (if heat pump)
will operate for a minimum of 2 - 3 minutes.
INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET
INSTRUCTIONS for 'L' MODELS
15. Displays
Cool
D
Green
Dry
I
Red
Fan
4
Red
Heat
F
Amber
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
BLINKS
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
BLINKS
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
BLINKS
OFF
OFF
BLINKS
OFF
BLINKS x 4
BLINKS x 4
BLINKS x 4
BLINKS x 1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
DIAGNOSTICS
No power, manual OFF, timed OFF, condensate
high level, fault in condensate control
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Cooling mode selected
AUTO - predominantly cooling
Heating mode selected
AUTO - predominantly heating
Fan mode selected
Dry mode selected
Outdoor unit defrosting
Diagnostics
OFF
OFF
OFF
BLINKS
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Room sensor missing
Indoor coil sensor missing
Heat pump only, outdoor coil sensor missing
Compressor overload
16. Heat Pump Only
If the outdoor coil temperature reaches 68°C, the compressor and outdoor fan will stop until the coil
cools to 50°C.
17. Commands Refused
a. Attempts to set temperatures outside the display range are not transmitted.
b. If heating commands are refused, the installer's programming is incorrect - call the engineer.
18. Battery Replacement
It is advisable to replace the batteries as soon as the display begins to fade. Correct transmission
cannot be guaranteed if the battery is failing.
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19. Power Cuts
The unit permanently memorises its settings.
Features, signal transmission
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3
4
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6
7
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9
10
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Power up
Cool/Heat/Dry Modes
Fan speeds
Temperature setting
Clock setting
Programming the timer
ON Time setting
OFF Time setting
Only ON Time selected
Only OFF Time selected
Pink ON/OFF button when time
programmes are selected
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15
16
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SLEEP
FAN
MODE
TIMER FUNCTION
ON
CANCEL
SWING
OFF
Fan speed (Heat Pump)
Off cycle delay
Displays/diagnostics
Heat Pump high temp
Commands refused
Battery replacement
Power cuts
User maintenance
20. User Maintenance
Isolate the unit at the mains supply before commencing any maintenance work.
The unit should always be used with a filter. In order to maintain efficiency it is important that the
filter behind the air intake grille is cleaned regularly:
! Remove the filter(s) from behind the air intake grille.
! Wash the filter (in tepid water only) and shake dry before use.
! Alternatively tap the filter gently to remove dust or vacuum clean.
! To clean the unit use soap or a non-scratch liquid cleaner.
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1. Remote Controller Power Up
Remove the battery cover and insert two "AAA" size 1.5V batteries.
The initial display will show:
Remote control handset - features
TRANSMIT
SIGNAL
COOL / HEAT MODES:
COOL
COOL
HIGH FAN SPEED
LOW
DRY
TEMPERATURE
MEDIUM
FAN
HEAT
HIGH
AUTO
COOL/HEAT
AUTO
2. Setting Cool/Heat/Dry Modes
FAN SPEED SELECTION:
(Not available when dry
mode selected)
COOL
DRY
- Unit cools when required but cannot heat
- Unit removes moisture by cycling cooling at low speed,
humidity is reduced, but room temperature is not changed.
FAN ONLY
- No cooling or heating - fan only
HEAT
- If heating is available, unit heats when required but cannot cool.
AUTO COOL/HEAT - Unit cools or heats when required (if heating is available)
SET TEMPERATURE
DISPLAY
CURRENT TIME
DISPLAY
(12 hour AM/PM clock)
ON TIME SELECTED
OFF TIME SELECTED
3. Setting the Fan Speeds
Repeated pressing of the 'fan speed selection' button selects low, medium, high and auto
speeds. In 'auto' selection, the fan runs at high speed when there is a difference of more than
2°C between the room temperature and the set (required) temperature, and low speed when less
than 2°C.
TEMPERATURE UP/
TIMER UP
ON/STANDBY
SELECTOR
TEMPERATURE DOWN/
TIMER DOWN
4. Setting the Temperature
Press the ‘up’ or ‘down’ 'set temperature' button to alter the display between 16°C and 30°C.
By holding both buttons down, the display is changed between °C and °F.
FAN SPEED
SELECTOR
SLEEP
FAN
COOL/HEAT MODE
SELECTOR
ON TIME SET
MODE
ON
CANCEL
5. Setting the Clock (Current time)
The ‘up’ and ‘down’ buttons must be held down for 3 seconds before they operate. Continue to
hold the button down for rapid change.
SWING
TIMER FUNCTION
OFF
'ON' TIMER SWITCHED OFF
'OFF' TIMER SWITCHED OFF
TIME
CLOCK SETTING
(Hold down to
change set time)
6. Programming the Timer
The 24 hour timer can have one ON command or one OFF command or one ON/OFF cycle in a
24 hour period. Blank ON and OFF timer windows indicate that the timer is not programmed.
ON/OFF
CANCEL
OFF TIME SET
7. Setting the ON Time
Press the TIMER ON button and step to the required ON time using
down for repeated stepping.
Press the TIMER ON button then the cancel button to cancel the ON time.
8. Setting the OFF Time
Press the TIMER OFF button and step to the required OFF time using
down for repeated stepping. Press the TIMER OFF button then the
cancel the OFF time.
Hold the button
Hold the button
cancel button to
9. Only ON Time Selected
Unit will turn ON at the selected time and stay ON.
10. Only OFF Time Selected
Unit will turn OFF at the selected time and stay OFF.
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The handset should be pointed towards the unit.
Two seconds after the last button press, the whole displayed programme is
automatically transmitted.
The unit responds with 1 beep.
The transmit symbol A flashes whilst transmission is taking place.
Displayed values may be re-sent at any time by pressing the pink H button twice.
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11. Use of the Pink H ON/STANDBY button when time programmes are selected
At any time, pressing the Pink button will either start the unit or return it to standby mode. The
unit will remain at this condition unless an appropriate ON or OFF time has been programmed.
12. Cold Start
In Cool or Heat mode, not Auto, after more than 3 days without power, or after 2 hours of nonoperation, the set temperature is automatically raised (in heating mode) or lowered (in cooling
mode) by 2°C until this temperature is reached or the unit has run for 20 minutes after which the
unit operates with the displayed temperature. This decreases the time taken to reach set point.
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