York | R91A/BGE | Owner`s manual | York R91A/BGE Owner`s manual

35M70011-000
OWNER’S MANUAL
by johnson controls
AIR CONDITIONER
REMOTE CONTROLLER ILLUSTRATION
Thank you very much for purchasing our air conditioner.
Please read this owner’s manual carefully before using your air conditioner.
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Cautions
1. When replacing batteries, do not use old batteries or different type batteries.
Otherwise it may cause the remote controller to malfunction.
2. If you do not use the remote controller for a few weeks or more, remove the
batteries. Otherwise, battery leakage may damage the remote controller.
3. The average battery life during normal use is approximately half a year.
Replace the batteries when there is no receiving beep from the indoor unit
or if the transmission indicator on the remote controller fails to light.
4. Be sure there are no barriers between the remote controller and the receiver
of indoor unit otherwise the air conditioner will not work.
5. Keep the Remote Controller away from all liquids.
6. Protect the Remote Controller from high temperatures and exposure to radiation.
7. Keep the indoor receiver out of direct sunlight or the Air Conditioner may
malfunction.
8. Keep the remote controller away from EMI (Electro-Magnetic Interference)
supplied by other household appliances.
Specifications ........
Features of remote
Indicators on remot
Handling the remote
Automatic operation
Cooling/Heating/Fa
Drying operation ....
Timer operation .....
Cautions ................
Performance Fe
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CONTENTS
Specifications ..................................................................................................1
Features of remote controller ..........................................................................1
Indicators on remote controller ........................................................................3
Handling the remote controller ........................................................................4
Automatic operation ........................................................................................5
Cooling/Heating/Fan only operation ................................................................6
Drying operation ..............................................................................................6
Timer operation ...............................................................................................7
Cautions ..........................................................................................................9
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Performance Features
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5.
Operating Mode: AUTO, COOL, DRY, HEAT, and FAN .
Timer Setting Function in 24 hours.
Indoor Setting Temperature Range : 17°C~30°C.
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) of all functions.
Night light function
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Specifications
Timer operat
Model
R91/BGE, R91/BGCE, R91A/BGE, R91/BGCE
Rated Voltage
3.0V
Lowest Voltage of CPU
Emitting Signal
2.0V
Reaching Distance
8m (when using 3.0 voltage, it gets 11m)
Environment
Temperature Range
-5°C ~ 60°C
Features of remote controller
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REMARK: “TIMER”, “AIR DIRECTION”, “LED DISPLAY”, “TURBO”, “SLEEP”
functions are not available for cassette type and other light commercial type A/C.
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Change the TIM
To change the TIM
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Timer operation
Set the starting & stopping time
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1. Push the TIMER ON button, the remote controller
will show TIMER ON, the last set time for START
operation and the signal “h” will be shown on the
LCD display area.
You are now ready to readjust the TIMER ON to
start the operation.
2. Push the TIMER ON button again to set the time
you want to start the operation.
3. Push the TIMER OFF button, the remote controller
will show TIMER OFF, the last set time for STOP
operation and the signal “h” will be shown on the
LCD display area. You are now ready to reset the
time to STOP operation.
4. Push the TIMER OFF button again to set the time
you want to stop the operation.
5. After setting the TIMER, there will be a one-half
second delay before the remote controller transmits
the signal to the Air Conditioner. Then, after approximately another 2 seconds, the set temperature will
re-appear on the digital display.
Notes:
- The timer setting (TIMER ON or TIMER OFF) that in sequence occurs directly
after the actual time will be activated first.
- If the same time is set for both TIMER ON and TIMER OFF settings, the
TIMER OFF time will automatically increase 0.5h (the set time is less than
10 hours) or hour (the set time is more than 10 hours). If the time settings
for both TIMER ON and TIMER OFF are 24 hours, the TIMER ON settings
will automatically decrease 1 hour.
Change the TIMER
To change the TIMER ON/OFF time, just press the corresponding TIMER button
and reset the time.
TURBO”, “SLEEP”
ommercial type A/C.
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Timer operation
Features of re
TIMER ON button can set the auto-on time of the
unit. TIMER OFF button can set the auto-off time
of the unit.
To set the starting time
1. Push the TIMER ON button, then the remote
controller shows TIMER ON, the last set time for
the starting operation and the signal “h” will be
shown on the LCD DISPLAY area. You are now
ready to reset the time to START the operation.
2. Push the TIMER ON button again to set desired
unit start time.
3. After setting the TIMER ON, there will be a onehalf second delay before the remote controller
transmits the signal to the air conditioner. Then,
after approximately another 2 seconds, the signal
“h” disappears and the set temperature will reappear on the digital display.
MODE Select
in a sequence
following figure
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little round stick
To set the stopping time
1. Push the TIMER OFF button and the remote
controller will show TIMER OFF, the last set time
for the stopping operation and the signal “h” will
be shown on the LCD DISPLAY area. You are now
ready to reset the time of the STOP operation.
2. Push the TIMER OFF button again to set the time
you want to stop the operation.
3. After setting the TIMER OFF, there will be a onehalf second delay before the remote controller
transmits the signal to the air conditioner. Then,
after approximately another 2 seconds, the signal
“h” disappears and the set temperature will reappear on the digital display.
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TURBO Button
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ON/OFF Button
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Features of remote controller
MODE Select Button: Each time you push the button, a mode is selected
in a sequence that goes from AUTO, COOL, DRY, HEAT, and FAN, as the
following figure indicates:
AUTO
COOL
DAY
HEAT
FAN
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FAN SPEED Button: This button is used for setting Fan Speed in the
sequence that goes from AUTO, LOW, MED to HIGH, then back to AUTO.
SWING Button: Push this button, the louver would swing up and down
automatically. Push again to stop it.
TIMER ON Button: Press this button to preset the time ON (start to operate).
Each press will increase the time ON setting in 30 minutes increments.
When the setting time displays 10:00, each press will increase the time ON
setting in 60 minutes increments. To cancel the time ON program, simply
adjust the time ON to 0:00.
LED DISPLAY Button: Press this button to clear the digital display in the air
conditioner, press it again to activate it (Not applicable to units without this
function).
RESET Button: When the RESET button is pushed, all of the current settings
are cancelled and the control will return to the initial settings. (Use a 1mm
little round stick to push the button)
TURBO Button: Push this button on COOL/HEAT mode, the air conditioner
goes into powerful cooling or heating operation. Push again to cancel the
TURBO function.
SLEEP Button: Press this button to go into the Energy-Saving operation mode.
Press it again to cancel.
ON/OFF Button: Push this button to start the unit operation.
Push the button again to stop the unit operation.
AIR DIRECTION Button: Push this button, the louver can be fixed at a desired
angle. The louver swing (upward or downward) to a certain angle for each
press. When the louver swings at an angle which would affect the cooling
and heating efficiency of the air conditioner, it would automatically change
the swing direction (upward or downward).
TIMER OFF Button: Press this button to preset the time OFF (turn off the
operation). Each press will increase the time OFF setting in 30 minutes increments. When the setting time displays 10:00, each press will increase the
time OFF setting in 60 minutes increments. To cancel the time OFF program,
simply adjust the time OFF to 0:00
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TEMP Button : Press the button to increase the indoor temperature setting.
Z TEMP Button M : Press the button to decrease the indoor temperature setting.
Cooling/Heat
LOCK Button: Push this button to lock all the current settings, push again
to cancel the LOCK function.
Indicators on remote controller
Transmission Indicator
This transmission indicator lights when remote
controller transmits signals to the indoor unit.
Mode display
Displays the current operation mode. Including
AUTO, COOL, DRY, HEAT (Not applicable to
cooling only models), FAN and back to AUTO.
ON/OFF display
Displayed by pressing the ON/OFF button.
Press the ON/OFF button again to remove.
Temp./Timer display
Displays the temperature setting (17°C to 30°C or
timer setting (0~24h). When you set the operating mode to FAN ONLY, no temperature setting
is displayed.
TIMER display
This display area shows the settings of the
TIMER. That is, if only the starting time of operation is set, it will display TIMER ON.
If only the turning off time of operation is set, it
will display TIMER OFF. If both operations are
set, it will show TIMER ON OFF which indicates
you have chosen to set both the starting time
and off time.
Fan speed display
Displays the selected fan speed: HIGH, MED,
LOW. Nothing displays when the operating mode
is either AUTO or DRY.
LOCK Indicator
LOCK display is displayed by pushing the LOCK
button. Push the LOCK button to clear display.
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Start
Ensure unit is plugged and power is available.
The OPERATION lamp on the display panel of
the indoor unit starts flashing.
1. Mode select button (MODE)
Press to select COOL, HEAT (Not applicable
to cooling only models), or FAN.
2. Temperature button (TEMP)
Set the desired temperature, the most
comfortable temperature is between 21°C to
28°C.
3. Fan speed button (FAN SPEED)
Press to select “AUTO”, “LOW”, “MED” and
“HIGH”.
4. ON/OFF button
When the remote controller is off, push this
button to start the air conditioner.
Stop
ON/OFF button
Push this button again to stop the air conditioner.
The FAN ONLY mode does not control temperature.
Therefore, perform only steps 1, 3, and 4 to
select this mode.
Start
Ensure unit is plugged and power is available.
The OPERATION indicator on the display panel
of the indoor unit starts flashing.
1. Mode select button (MODE)
Press to select DRY.
2. Temperature button (TEMP)
Push the TEMP button to set the desired
temperature, the most comfortable temperature
is between 21°C to 28°C.
3. ON/OFF button
When the remote controller is off, push this
button to start the air conditioner. No fan speed
indicator displays .The Indoor fan speed will
be automatically selected LOW.
Stop
ON/OFF button
Push this button again to stop the air conditioner.
Note: The fan speed cannot be adjusted when
the unit is in AUTO and DRY mode.
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Automatic operation
Handling the r
When you set the air conditioner in AUTO mode,
it will automatically select cooling, heating
(cooling only type without), or fan only operation
depending on what temperature you have
selected and the room temperature.
Once you select the operating mode, the
operating conditions are saved in the unit’s
microcomputer memory.
Thereafter, the air conditioner will start operating
under the same conditions when you simply push
the ON/OFF button of the remote controller.
Start
Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is
available. The OPERATION indicator on the
display panel of the indoor unit starts flashing.
1. Mode select button (MODE)
Press to select AUTO.
2. Temperature button (TEMP)
Set the desired temperature. Normally, set it
between 21°C to 2 8°C
3. ON/OFF button
When the remote controller is off, push this
button to start the air conditioner.
Stop
ON/OFF button
Push this button again to stop the air conditioner.
If the AUTO mode is uncomfortable, you can
select the desired conditions manually.
When you select the AUTO mode, you do not
have to set the fan speed. The fan speed will be
automatically controlled.
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CAUTIONS
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Location of the remote controller
• Keep the remote controller where its signals
can reach the receiver of the indoor unit.
(A distance of 8m is allowed.)
• When you select the timer operation, the
remote controller automatically transmits a
signal to the indoor unit at the specified time.
• If you keep the remote controller in a position
that hinders proper signal transmission, a time
lag of up to 15 minutes may occur.
•
The air conditioner will not operate if curtains, doors or other materials
block the signals from the remote controller to the indoor unit.
Prevent any liquid from falling into the remote controller. Do not expose
the remote controller to direct sunlight or heat.
If the infrared signal receiver on the indoor unit is exposed to direct sunlight,
the air conditioner may not function properly. Use curtains to prevent the
sunlight from falling on the receiver.
If other electrical appliances react to the remote controller, either move
these appliances or consult your local dealer.
Replacing batteries
The remote controller uses two alkaline
dry batteries (R03/LR03X2).
(1) Slide the cover of the battery
compartment off according to the
arrow direction, then replace the old
batteries with new ones.
(2) Insert the new batteries making sure
that the (+) and (-) of battery are
installed correctly.
(3) Reattach the cover by sliding it back
into position.
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