Climapac Installation Manual 1.0 Version: 1.0

Climapac Installation Manual 1.0 Version: 1.0
Issue 1.0 July 2013
Before installing and using this air conditioner,
please read all the instructions carefully.
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powrmatic
Certificate of Waranty
Dear Customer
This is to certify that this air conditioner has a limited one year waranty from the date of
original commissioning. The air conditioner must be commissioned within 4 weeks of
installation.
To make a claim
In the first instance you must contact your appliance supplier, or installer and provide:1. The appliance type and serial number.
2. The original commissioning documentation.
3. As much detail as possible on the fault.
Your supplier, of installer, will then contact Powrmatic to make a guarantee claim on
your behalf.
Conditions of Guarantee
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
The air conditioner must have been installed by a competent regognised instraller,
and in accordance with the manufactures instructions, building regulations and local
regulations.
The air conditioner has been professionally commissioned, within 4 weeks of
installation, and a copy of the Commissioning Sheet returned to Powrmatic.
The air conditioner has been maintained on a yearly basis by a competent servicing
company.
The air conditioner has been used in accordance with the manufactures
instructions.
The correct specification voltage has been used.
No unauthorised repairs of modifications have been made.
Powrmatic ‘General Conditions of Sales’ have been observed.
Except for the obligation of Powrmatic Ltd to perform warranty repairs during the
guarantee period Powrmatic will not be liable in repect of any claim for direct or
indirect consequential losses, including loss of profits or increased cost arising from
loss of use of the air conditioner, or any event arising there from.
---------------------------------------------------Powrmatic Ltd, Hort Bridge, Ilminster, Somerset, TA19 9PS
Tel:01460 53535
Fax: 01460 52341
Web: www.powrmatic.co.uk e-mail service@powrmatic.co.uk
Important: This certificate must
be kept with the appliance
Failure to provide a copy of the commissioning sheet invalidates the air conditioner waranty
Installer
Date :_____________ Signed ____________________________________________Installer
Commissioned
Date :_____________ Signed _______________________________Commissioning Engineer
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Dear Customer - thank you for choosing Powrmatic.
We appreciate you buying one of our high quality products and know that you have made the best
choice. By choosing Powrmatic, you are investing in UK manufacturing & people. We pride
ourselves by manufacturing products that provide clean, comfortable and safe working
environments worldwide together with the personal & professional service and back-up you
deserve. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this product, please contact our
Technical Team by calling 01460 53535.
In this manual you will find many helpful hints on how to use and maintain your air conditioner
properly. Just a little preventative care on your part can save you a great deal of time and money
over the life of your air conditioner. You’ll find many answers to common problems in the chart of
troubleshooting tips. If you review the chart of Troubleshooting tips first, you may not need to call
for service.
The Climapac Must be Earthed and wired to current regulations.
This product has been manufactured to comply with 2006/ 95/ EC and with amendments 92/ 31/ EEC and
93/ 68/ EEC.
DISPOSAL: Do not dispose this product as unsorted municipal waste. Disposal of such waste separately for special
treatment is necessary.
Any batteries used in the remote control contain materials, which are hazardous to the environment.
They must be removed from the remote control when they reach the end of their life and disposed of
responsibly.
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Users, Installation and
Servicing Instructions
C O N T E N T S
Title
Section
Contents
Page
General Information
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Introduction
Important Safety Instructions
Receiving the Goods
Handling
List of Accessories
Technical Features
Installation
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
Positioning the Air Conditioner
Paper Template
Drilling the Wall
Fastening the Anchors
Fitting the Gratings
Fixing the Plastic Sheet and Insulation
Connecting the Drainage Pipe
Fitting the air conditioner on Anchors
Power cord Connection
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10
11
11
12
13
13
14
Introduction of LCD Icons
Remote Control Functions
Heating Mode
Cooling Mode
Dry Mode
Fan Mode
Sleep Mode
Auto Mode
Timer Off Function
Timer On Function
Electrical Heat Function
Front panel Function
Install and Change the Battery
Maintenance
Problem Solving
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
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20
20
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21
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Use and Maintenance
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
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General Information
1.1 Introduction
Please note: Don’t dispose of any packaging until the
installation of the air conditioner is complete.
After, having removed the packing, check that all the
contents are intact and complete. (see list of
accessories). In the event of missing or damaged
parts, please contact your retailer.
This air conditioner contains R410A refrigerant and, at
the end of its life, the disposal of this air conditioner
must be in accordance with the strict regulations
regarding the recycling of this product. Please contact
your local authority regarding disposal of this
equipment.
This air conditioner has been designed to cool or heat
the air in a room and should only be used for this
purpose.
Do not switch the unit on before having completely
assembled and installed the equipment in its correct
operating position.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for damage
caused to property or injury to persons or animals due
to incorrect installation, not complying with current
regulations, inadequate maintenance, or improper use.
Before starting the appliance, check that it is correctly
earthed, in accordance with current regulations.
1.2 Important Safety Instructions
When using electrical appliance, basic
precautions should always be followed:
safety
This air conditioner is not intended for use in wet or
damp locations.
Don’t place objects on the air conditioner, or allow
objects to obstruct the inlet or outlet openings.
Extreme care should be taken when any air conditioner
is in use near children and animals, and whenever the
product is left unattended whilst in operation.
Do not place the air conditioner near an open flame,
cooking or heating appliance, or hot surface.
Please Note:
Before operating the air conditioner, ensure that all the
packaging has been removed and the product has
been check to see it is good condition.
Do not allow children or pets to play with packaging
(for example plastic bags).
Do not operate the air conditioner with a damaged cord
or plug, or if the unit is damaged or malfunctioning in
any manner.
If the unit is faulty, in any way, please contact your
service engineer to examine and repair. Do not
attempt to repair or adjust any electrical or mechanical
functions on this air conditioner as this will invalidate
your warranty.
Always operate the product from a power source of the
same voltage, frequency and rating as indicated on the
product’s identification plate.
Do not let the power cord hang over the edge of a table
or a counter. Arrange the power cord away from an
area where it may be tripped over.
Never place the power cord under a carpet or rug. Do
not operate the air conditioner in an area where petrol,
paint, or other flammable liquid or gas is used or
stored.
Do not carry out any cleaning or maintenance or
access internal parts until the air conditioner has been
disconnected from the mains electricity supply.
Do not alter the safety or regulating devices without
permission and instructions of the air conditioner
manufacturer.
Do not pull, remove or twist the electrical cable
connected to the air conditioner, even if disconnected
from the mains electricity supply.
Avoid prolonged direct contact with the flow of air from
the air conditioner and the room being closed with no
ventilation for a long period of time.
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Repair or maintenance work must be carried out by a
qualified service engineer or technician in compliance
with the instructions given in this booklet.
Do not alter the appliance, since hazardous situations
could be created. The manufacture will not be liable for
any damage or injury caused by such alterations.
This instruction booklet is an integral part of the
appliance and should therefore be carefully preserved
in the event of transfer to another owner or installation
engineer. Should the booklet become damaged or lost
please request an additional copy.
1.3 Receiving the Goods
The air conditioner is delivered in protective
packaging and is accompanied by an instruction
manual. This manual is an integral part of the air
conditioner and should therefore be carefully read
and retained.
When the air conditioner is unpacked, please
check that the air conditioner and accessories are
all present, complete and undamaged.
1.4 Handling
Be fully aware of the weight of the air conditioner
before attempting to lift it. Take all necessary
precautions to avoid damaging the product or
causing personal injury. It is advisable to
remove the packaging only when the air
conditioner has been located in the point of
installation. Carefully remove the adhesive strips
positioned on the air conditioner. Packaging
components must be tidied up correctly and not
left within reach of children.
1.5 List of Accessories (P0)
1. REMOTE CONTROL
2. REMOTE CONTROL HOLDER
3. DRAINAGE PIPE
4. EXTERNAL GRATING
5. KIT OF SCREWS
6. INSTRUCTION MANUAL
7. PAPER TEMPLATE FOR WALL DRILLING
8. PLASTIC SHEET WITH INSULATION
(2pcs) 628 x 500 x 15mm
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1.6 Technical Features (P1, P2)
Model
Climapac
Cooling capacity * W (Btu/H)
2362(8054)
Heating capacity * W (Btu/H)
2230(7706)
Electrical heater * W (Btu/H)
1600(5500)
Rated voltage (V)
230
Absorbed power in cooling * (W )
873
Absorbed current in cooling * (A)
3.8
Absorbed power in heating * (W )
879
Absorbed current in Heating * (A)
3.8
3
Air flow (m /h)
350
Noise level (dB(A))
48
Dehumidification capacity * (L/24H)
12.5
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Optional temperature (remote control)
18/30 C
Fuse (T6.3A)
250V
Refrigerant
R410A
Global warmer potential (GW P)
1900
Dimensions H/W /D(cm)
43/102/19.5
Net weight (kg)
42
* The above data could be changed in order to improve
the performance of the unit.
STANDARD TEST CONDITIONS – EN 14511 OPERATING CONDITIONS IN COOLING
AND DEHUMIDIFICATION MODE
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o
o
Inside 27 C DB; 19 C WB
o
o
Outside 35 C DB; 24 C WB
OPERATING CONDITIONS IN HEATING MODE
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o
o
Outside 7 C DB; 6 C WB
o
Inside 20 C DB
The display will show both setting temperature and
ambient temperature. After adjusting the setting
temperature, the setting temperature will flash 15
times on the display, then the display will show the
ambient temperature for 70 seconds. After that, the
display will be off until next adjustment.
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Installation
2.1 Positioning the Air Conditioner (P3)
To maintain the best performance from your air
conditioner, prevent breakdowns or hazards, you must
position it correctly. Please follow the guidelines and
instruction below in full, as failure to do so could cause
potential installation problems.
Please also ensure that there are no obstacles on the
outside of the wall, which may obstruct air circulation
through the drilled holes, for example:(plants and their
leaves, slats or paneling, drain pipes, overflows and
gratings, etc. ). Any obstruction could interfere with the
correct performances of the air conditioner.
The air conditioner must be installed on an exterior
wall that has access to the outside with a minimum of
2 meters clearance to the outside.(See image P3)
The air conditioner must be fitted leaving room all
around as illustrated in the paper template.
The wall on which the air conditioner is installed must
be sturdy and able to withstand the weight of the air
conditioner.
After determining the best place for installation as
described above, please check to ensure that the wall
can be drilled in the chosen area without interfering
with other structures or installations (beams, pipes,
wires, etc.).
2.2 Paper Template (P4, P5)
Fasten the template to the wall once the following
guidelines have been thoroughly checked.
Do not drill any holes until you are completely confident
that there are no obstacles in the area you wish to drill
and there are no obstructions, which could be hidden by
the construction of the wall, for example: electrical
wiring, water and gas pipes or supporting lintels or
beams.
Ensure that a spirit level is used, as the air
conditioner must be level.
Follow the installation instructions in full.
Fasten the template to the wall taking care to check
the distance from the floor or ceiling.
Use a pilot drill to mark the centre of each core
hole to be drilled.(See image P5)
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2.3 Drill the Wall (P6, P7, P8, P9)
Please note: If you are drilling the hole above
ground floor level, please ensure that an area at
ground level under the hole positions has been
roped off and is supervised, until drilling has been
completed.
INTAKE AND OUTLET HOLES (P6)
This operation should be carried out using the
proper tools (diamond tip core drills with high
twisting torque and adjustable rotation speed).
Find the hole centers previously drilled, and using
a core drill having a diameter of 200mm drill the
two holes for the intake and outlet air.
It is recommended that the holes must have a slight
downward inclination of 3-5 degrees to prevent any
backflow of water from the pipes. (See image P7)
DRAINAGE HOLE (P8)
This air conditioner has a system to drain the
condensate moisture automatically. Please read
carefully the following instruction.
Drill a hole through the wall measuring 30mm in
diameter in the position shown in the paper template,
marked the center before. Drainage occurs by gravity.
For this reason, it is essential for the drain line to have a
minimum downward inclination at least 3 degrees
throughout its length. With this solution, you can drain
the condensate moisture to a suitable place to not
cause any problems to your neighbours.
This drainage pipe needs to run to an area of natural
drainage, where the water will not pool, or the runoff will
cause issues, and be a problem if it were to freeze.
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WALL BRACKET HOLES (P9)
Drill the holes for anchoring the unit to the wall using
the 2 holes with 10mm diameter showed in black on
the paper template. As the unit is installed high o n
t h e wall, it is recommended that the bolts should be
securely fixed.
2.4 Fastening the Anchors (P10)
Insert the concrete anchors into the holes for the unit,
and tighten them inside the wall.
The anchor bolts provided require 10mm holes; the wall
should be inspected to determine if provided bolts are
suitable or if it is necessary to use a different
anchorage. The manufacture is not liable in case of
underestimation of the structural consistency of the
anchorage made at the time of installation.
2.5 Fitting the Gratings
After drilling the holes, the plastic gratings supplied with
air conditioner need to be fitted on
the wall.
1. When the gratings are easy accessible, from the
outside, it is recommended to fasten them to the wall
with wall plugs and 6mm diameter screws, and keep the
fins in vertical position. (See image P11)
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2. When the air conditioner is installed above the
ground floor and it is impossible to reach the gratings
from outside, fix the gratings from the inside as follows.
Let the grating unfold and pull the grating toward you.
With a little patience and manipulation, the 2 gratings
will fit the end of the holes. (P12,13,14)
Put the silicone gel around of the soft grating, see
P12.Then fold the outer grating in half, insert your arm
inside the hole with the grating.
After fixing the outside grating, inject more gel inside the
space between the grating and wall if required. (See
P15,16)
The black silicon gel is just an example, white or
transparent colour gel could be usedt.(P17)
The above installation solution is just for solid wall.
2.6 Fitting Plastic Sheet and Insulation
After fixing the outside grating, insert the plastic sheet with
insulation supplied with the conditioner into the holes. The
sheets must be 107mm shorter than the thickness of the
wall.(See P18)
Use an ordinary cutter for the operation. (See P19)
Roll the sheet and insert it into the hole, paying attention to
the splicing line, which must always face upwards. (See
P20)
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2.7 Connecting the Drainage Pipe
Connect the drain pipe (from rubber terminal) to the air
conditioner (back side) after unplugging the black
rubber cup (see P21). With this pipe in place, you can
drain the condensate moisture to a suitable place
which should not cause you or your neighbors any
problems.
2. When the machine is installed in a very cold area,
the water in the drainage pipe may become frozen
easily in winter.
1. When the machine is installed in normal climate or
hot area, connect the drainage pipe to outside, with an
adequate piece of pipe. (See P22)
2.8 Fitting the Air Conditioner on Anchors
After checking again that the fastening anchors
are securely fastened to the wall, and that any
necessary preparations for electric connection
and condensate drainage have been made,
fasten the air conditioner to its supporting
anchors. ( See P24)
Lift it up by holding the sides at the bottom,
slightly insert the outside fan rings into the two big
holes on the wall. ( See P25) The air conditioner
can now be pushed firmly against the wall, then
lift the unit and make sure the anchors and unit
match up. ( See P26)
Inspect carefully the installation to make sure
that the insulating back panel fits firmly against
the wall and there are no gaps at the back of the
air conditioner.
Fixing two nuts with top of the machine, to
make sure the unit is installed securely. ( See
P25, 26)
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The appliance shall not be installed in a laundry.
The appliance must be positioned so that the plug is
accessible.
The appliance shall be installed in accordance with
wiring regulations.
2.9 Power Cord Connection
For every unit, there would be a power cord on the left
side (P28).Connect the plug with the socket, and
operate the unit.
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Use and Maintenance
3.1 Introduction of LCD Icons
3.2 Remote Control Functions
(1) MODE BUTTON: Set up the air conditioner operating mode
(2) ON/OFF BUTTON: Turn on or turn off the air conditioner
(3) UP BUTTON: Increase the temperature and time
(4) DOWN BUTTON: Decrease the temperature and time
(5) FAN SPEED BUTTON: Set up the fan speed.
(6) TIMER ON BUTTON: Set up the time the air conditioner starts.
(7) TIMER OFF BUTTON: Set up the time the air conditioner stops
(8) CLOCK BUTTON: Adjust the clock
(9) LOUVER SWING BUTTON: Adjust the airflow direction
(10) SLEEP BUTTON: Automatically shutting down the unit after a given time.
(11) RESET BUTTON
(12) ELECTRICAL HEAT BUTTON: Switch on the electrical heat in order to get
enough heating capacity in very cold weather.
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3.3 Heating Mode
Sequence of Operation
1) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch on the air conditioner,
it will start in memory mode.
2) Press the MODE Button “(1)”, till the Heat ‘flame’ symbol shows,
the air conditioner will now run in Heating mode.
3) Press the UP and DOWN buttons “(3)” and “(4)” to adjust the set
temperature.
4) Press the FAN SPEED button “(5)” to adjust the fan speed from
Low, Medium, High or Auto speed (Symbol flashes). For auto
fan, the speed is chosen by the difference of room temperature
to the setting temperature.
5) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch off the air conditioner.
The next time the air conditioner is turned on, the air
conditioner will revert to this setting.
3.4 Cooling Mode
Sequence of Operation
1) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch on the air conditioner,
it will start in memory mode.
2) Press the MODE Button “(1)”, till the Cool ‘Snowflake’ symbol
shows, the air conditioner will now run in Cooling mode.
3) Press the UP and DOWN buttons “(3)” and “(4)” to adjust the set
temperature.
4) Press the FAN SPEED button “(5)” to adjust the fan speed from
Low, Medium, High or Auto speed (Symbol flashes). For auto
fan, the speed is chosen by the difference of room temperature
and the setting temperature.
5) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch off the air conditioner.
The next time the air conditioner is turned on, the air conditioner
will revert to this setting.
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3.5 Dry Mode
Sequence of Operation
1) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch on the air conditioner,
it will start in memory mode.
2) Press the MODE Button “(1)”, till the Dry ‘drip’ symbol shows,
the air conditioner will now run in Drying mode.
3) Press the UP and DOWN buttons “(3)” and “(4)” to adjust the set
temperature.
4) The FAN SPEED button “(5)” is disabled in this operation, as
the fan speed is always set to low in drying mode.
5) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch off the air conditioner.
The next time the air conditioner is turned on, the air
conditioner will revert to this setting.
3.6 Fan Mode
Sequence of Operation
1) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch on the air conditioner,
it will start in memory mode.
2) Press the MODE Button “(1)”, till the Fan ‘propeller’ symbol
shows, the air conditioner will now run in Fan mode.
3) Press the UP and DOWN buttons “(3)” and “(4)” to adjust the set
temperature.
4) Press the FAN SPEED button “(5)” to adjust the fan speed from
Low, Medium, High or Auto speed (Symbol flashes). For auto
fan, the speed is chosen by the difference of room temperature
and setting temperature.
Room temperature is less than the set temperature by more
o
than 5 C the the fan works at high speed.
Room temperature is less than the set temperature by more
o
than 3 C the the fan works at medium speed.
Room temperature is less than the set temperature by more
o
than 1 C the the fan works at low speed.
5) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch off the air conditioner.
The next time the air conditioner is turned on, the air conditioner
will revert to this setting.
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3.7 Sleep Mode
Sequence of Operation
1) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch on the air conditioner,
it will start in memory mode.
2) Press the MODE Button “(1)”, till the Heat ‘flame’, Cool
‘snowflake’ (heat pump) or auto ‘triangle’ symbol shows, the air
conditioner will now run in the mode set.
3) Press the UP and DOWN buttons “(3)” and “(4)” to adjust the set
temperature.
4) Press the SLEEP button “(10)”, the moon icon will be displayed
on the LCD, the sleep function has now been set up, press the
SLEEP button “(10)” again to cancel the sleep function.
5) If the sleep function is set up the fan speed is set automatically
to low speed.
3.8 Auto Mode
Sequence of Operation
1) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch on the air conditioner,
it will start in memory mode.
2) Press the MODE Button “(1)”, till the Auto ‘Triangle’ symbol
shows, the air conditioner will now run in Auto mode.
3) According to the difference in the room temperature the air
conditioner will select the operation mode (heat, fan, cool) The
UP and DOWN buttons “(3)” and “(4)” are disabled.
o
When the room temperature is ≤ 20 C the air conditioner will
run in heat mode.
o
o
When the room temperature is < 25 C and >20 C the air
conditioner will run in fan mode.
o
When the room temperature is ≥ 25 C the air conditioner will
run in cool mode.
4) Press the FAN SPEED button “(5)” to adjust the fan speed from
Low, Medium, High or Auto speed (Symbol flashes). For auto
fan, the speed is chosen by the difference of room temperature
and setting temperature.
5) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch off the air conditioner.
The next time the air conditioner is turned on, the air conditioner
will revert to this setting.
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3.9 Timer Off Function
Sequence of Operation
1) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch on the air conditioner,
it will start in memory mode.
2) Press the MODE Button “(1)”, till the required symbol is shows,
operation you require, the air conditioner will now run in this
mode.
3) Press the UP and DOWN buttons “(3)” and “(4)” to adjust the set
temperature.
4) Press the FAN SPEED button “(5)” to adjust the fan speed from
Low, Medium, High or Auto speed (Symbol flashes). For auto
fan, the speed is chosen by the difference of room temperature
and setting temperature.
5) Press the TIMER OFF button “(7)”, to to set up when you
require the air conditioner to switch off. Press the UP button
“(3)” to increase the time by 1 hour and DOWN button “(4)” to
increase the time by 1 minute. When the time is over the air
conditioner will switch off automatically. If the TIMER OFF
button “(7)”, is pressed before the unit switches of then this
operation will be cancelled.
3.10 Timer On Function
Sequence of Operation
1) The air conditioner is switched off.
2) Press the TIMER ON Button “(6)”.
3) Press the MODE Button “(1)”, till the required symbol is shows,
operation you require, the air conditioner will now run in this
mode.
4) Press the UP and DOWN buttons “(3)” and “(4)” to adjust the set
temperature.
5) Press the FAN SPEED button “(5)” to adjust the fan speed from
Low, Medium, High or Auto speed (Symbol flashes). For auto
fan, the speed is chosen by the difference of room temperature
and setting temperature.
6) When the time is reached the air conditioner will turn on. By
pressing the TIMER ON Button “(6)” again this operation will be
cancelled.
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3.11 Electrical Heat Mode
Sequence of Operation
1) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch on the air conditioner,
it will start in memory mode.
2) Press the MODE Button “(1)”, till the Heat ‘flame’ symbol shows,
the air conditioner will now run in heating mode.
3) Press the UP and DOWN buttons “(3)” and “(4)” to adjust the set
temperature.
4) Press the FAN SPEED button “(5)” to adjust the fan speed from
Low, Medium, High or Auto speed (Symbol flashes). For auto
fan, the speed is chosen by the difference of room temperature
and setting temperature.
5) Press the assisted ELECTRICAL HEAT button “(12)” the icon
will display on the LCD. Pressing the assisted ELECTRICAL
HEAT button “(12)” again will cancel the assisted heat function.
6) Press the ON/OFF button “(2)”, to switch off the air conditioner.
The next time the air conditioner is turned on, the air
conditioner will revert to this setting.
3.12 Front Panel Function
When the unit starts working, the front panel and flap
will open completely at first. About 15-20 seconds
later, the indoor fan and compressor will work as mode
setting, and front panel will stay in the open position
when the unit is working. During the front panel
opening period , the indoor fan will not work, and there
is no air coming out from the air conditioner.
If unit is closed, the indoor fan will stop first, and then
front panel and flap will close completely again.
3.13 Install and Changing the Batteries
--To Open the battery cover, pull back the hook and
lightly pull up.
-- Insert the battery (AAA, 2 pcs) , the positive must be
same as that marked on the plastic surface.
--Reinstall the battery cover, Check to see that the
LCD display comes on when you press the ON/OFF
button (2), if not re-check the polarity of the batteries.
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3.14 Maintenance (P31, P32, P33)
FILTER CLEANING
The filter should be regularly cleaned to keep the air
conditioner running efficiently. Clean the filters every
two weeks.
How to proceed:
-- Disconnect the air conditioner from the electrical
supply.
-- Open the front panel by hand.
-- Take the filter holder (See P31),take out the filter
grating from the slot. (See P32).
-- Proceed to wash them (not hot water)and only when
they are dried replace them in the same way.(See
P33)
ATTENTION: Do not use the air conditioner without
filters as it could seriously damage the air conditioner.
EXTERNAL CLEANING
ACTIVE CARBON FILTER (OPTIONAL) (P34)
-- Disconnect the air conditioner from the electrical
supply.
-- Wipe external surfaces clean with a damp cloth only.
-- Do not use an abrasive cloth or solvents, as this may
damage the surfaces.
-- Do not use excessively wet cloths or sponges, as
water stagnation could damage the air conditioner and
compromise safety.
The unit may includes active carbon filter, which not
only has the function of eliminating suspended matter
that a common mechanical filter can’t, but also can
eliminate foreign matter such as free chlorine, odours,
colours and toxic matters that are difficult to filter out
by using conventional approaches. With active carbon
filter, the room air would be fresh and good for the
body health.
Is advisable to change them every three months,
because it is not possible to wash or clean them.
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3.15 Problem Solving
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES
-The air conditioner does not work.
-The air conditioner does not refrigerate the room.
-Strange smell in the room. Water drips from the air conditioner.
-The remote control does not work.
-The air conditioner does not work for 3 min when switched on.
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
1.Wrong setting of the timer/Check it.
2.Problems on the power supply/Call the service center.
3.The filter could be dirty/Clean it.
4.The room temperature is too high/Wait until the temperature goes down.
5.The temperature is not properly set/Check it.
6.The air grilles could be obstructed/Check and remove the obstacles.
Other possible causes of problems
-Dampness in the room, coming from walls, carpets, furnishing or similar.
-Wrong installation of the air conditioner.
-Wrong connection of the drainage pipe.
-Exhausted batteries.
-Wrong insertion of the batteries inside the remote control.
-Protection of the conditioner. Wait for 3 min and the air conditioner will start to work again.
If the supply cord damaged, it must be replaced by manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person in
order to avoid a hazard.
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The max operation temperature for the air conditioner: (max cooling: outdoor DB 43 C / WB 26 C, indoor DB 32 C/WB
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23 C; min heating: outdoor DB -5 C /WB -6 C,indoor Db 20 C)
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.
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Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out bin symbol appears on a product it means that the product is covered by European
Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream via
specific collection facilities designated by the government or the local authorities.
3. Proper disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and
human health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your municipality, the waste
disposal service or the I n s t a l l e r .
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Installer:-
Service 1 :-
Installed by………………………………………………
Serviced by………………………………………………
Date...…………………………………………………….
Date...…………………………………………………….
Service 2 :-
Service 3 :-
Serviced by………………………………………………
Serviced by………………………………………………
Date...…………………………………………………….
Date...…………………………………………………….
HEATING DIVISION
Hort Bridge
Ilminster, Somerset TA19 9PS
Tel: 01460 53535 Fax: 01460 52341
Every effort is made to ensure accuracy at time of going to press. However as part of our policy of continued product improvement, we reserve the right to alter specification without prior notice.
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