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Daikin BRC7E61W User`s manual
OPERATION MANUAL
Wireless Remote Controller Kit
MODELS:
BRC7E61W
English
BRC7E65
Español
Thank you for purchasing this Daikin air conditioner.
Carefully read this operation manual before using the air conditioner.
It will tell you how to use the unit properly and help you if any trouble occurs.
After reading the manual, file it away for future reference.
Le agradecemos la compra de este acondicionador de aire Daikin.
Lea cuidadosamente el manual de funcionamiento antes de utilizar el
acondicionador de aire. Dicho manual le indicará cómo utilizar adecuadamente la
máquina y le ayudará en caso de avería. Después de leer el manual, consérvelo
para consultas futuras.
1-1
1
ON OFF
8
1-2
3
H
M
L
DOWN
10
C
ON OFF
UP
6
TEMP
FAN
H
4
M
L TIME
C
hr.
UP
9
2
11
FAN
hr.
DOWN
13
RESERVE CANCEL
hr.
5
TIMER
12
MODE
15
hr.
TEST
7
SWING
14
16
TEST
TEST
17
1
COOL/HEAT CHANGEOVER
REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH
21
20
19
24
18
25
23
1-3
[1]
2
22
PRIOR TO USE
This operation manual is exclusively for instructions on how to use the wireless remote
controller.
Read also the operation manual attached to the indoor unit for safe usage of the system
and maintenance.
ANTES DE LA UTILIZACIÓN
Este manual de instrucciones contiene sólo las instrucciones para el uso del control
remoto sin cables.
Lea también el manual de instrucciones que viene con la unidad interior para un uso
seguro del sistema y para su mantenimiento.
[2]
CONTENTS
ILLUSTRATION ...............................[1]
PRIOR TO USE ...............................[2]
1 SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS ...........1
2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE
OPERATING SECTION ....................2
3 HANDLING FOR WIRELESS
REMOTE CONTROLLER..................3
4 OPERATION RANGE........................4
5 OPERATION PROCEDURE .............5
6 NOT MALFUNCTION OF THE
AIR CONDITIONER ........................10
7 HOW TO DIAGNOSE
TROUBLE SPOTS ..........................10
1. SAFETY
CONSIDERATIONS
Read the following cautions carefully and
use your equipment properly.
There are three kinds of safety cautions and
tips listed here as follows:
WARNING ....... Improper handling can
lead to such serious consequences as death or
severe injury.
CAUTION ........ Improper handling can
lead to injury or damage.
It could also have serious
consequences under
certain conditions.
NOTE
....... These instructions will
ensure proper use of the
equipment.
Be sure to follow these important safety cautions.
Keep these warning sheets handy so that
you can refer to them if needed.
Also, if this equipment is transferred to a new
user, make sure to hand over this user’s
manual to the new user.
English
WARNING
Do not expose yourself directly to the
cool air currents too long nor allow the
air in the room to become too cold.
Doing so may make you feel sick or damage your health.
If you detect any abnormality (such as the
smell of fire), turn off the power and contact your dealer for instructions.
If you keep using the air conditioner
under these conditions, it will eventually
break down, and could cause electric
shocks or catch fire.
Ask your dealer to install your equipment.
Improper installation could cause water
leakage, electric shocks or fire.
Ask your dealer to perform servicing or
repairs whenever necessary.
Improper servicing or repairs could cause
water leakage, electric shocks or fire.
Do not stick your fingers or any other
objects into the air inlet, air outlet or air
direction vanes during operation.
The high-speed fan is dangerous and
could cause injury.
Ask your dealer to remove and reinstall
your equipment whenever necessary.
Improper installation could cause water
leakage, electric shocks or fire.
CAUTION
Do not use the air conditioner for purposes other than air conditioning.
Do not use the air conditioner for special
purposes such as preserving or protecting
food, animals, plants, precision machinery
or works of art, since the quality of such
items could be adversely affected.
When using the air conditioner with other
heating equipment, ventilate the room
from time to time.
Inadequate ventilation could cause an
oxygen shortage.
Do not expose your pets or plants to
the air current.
They may be adversely affected.
Do not operate the air conditioner with
a wet hand.
Otherwise, you could receive an electric
shock.
1
Do not place any burning appliance in the
air current from the air conditioner, since
such appliance may suffer incomplete
combustion.
Never place nor use any inflammable
sprays near the air conditioner, since
such sprays could cause a fire.
8
9
10
2. NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
OF THE OPERATING SECTION (Fig. 1, 2)
DISPLAY “
” (SIGNAL TRANSMISSION)
1
This lights up when a signal is being
transmitted.
DISPLAY “ ” “ ” “
”“
“ ” (OPERATION MODE)
”
2 This display shows the current OPERATION MODE. For cooling only type,
“
” (Auto) and “ ” (Heating) are
not installed.
3
DISPLAY “
H
M
L
C
12
13
14
15
” (SET TEMPERATURE)
This display shows the set temperature.
hr.
DISPLAY “ hr.
”
4 (PROGRAMMED TIME)
This display shows PROGRAMMED
TIME of the system start or stop.
5
DISPLAY “
” (AIR FLOW FLAP)
Refer to page 7.
6
DISPLAY “
”“
” (FAN SPEED)
The display shows the set fan speed.
TEST ”
DISPLAY “
(INSPECTION/ TEST OPERATION)
7 When the INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION BUTTON is pressed, the display
shows the system mode is in.
2
11
16
17
18
19
ON/OFF BUTTON
Press the button and the system will
start. Press the button again and the
system will stop.
FAN SPEED CONTROL BUTTON
Press this button to select the fan
speed, HIGH or LOW, of your choice.
TEMPERATURE SETTING BUTTON
Use this button for SETTING TEMPERATURE (Operates with the front cover
of the remote controller closed.)
PROGRAMMING TIMER BUTTON
Use this button for programming
“START and/or STOP” time. (Operates
with the front cover of the remote controller opened.)
TIMER MODE START/STOP BUTTON
Refer to page 7.
TIMER RESERVE/CANCEL BUTTON
Refer to page 8.
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST BUTTON
Refer to page 7.
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR BUTTON
Press this button to select OPERATION
MODE.
FILTER SIGN RESET BUTTON
Refer to the section of MAINTENANCE
in the operation manual attached to the
indoor unit.
INSPECTION/TEST OPERATION
BUTTON
This button is used only by qualified
service persons for maintenance
purposes.
EMERGENCY OPERATION SWITCH
This switch is readily used if the remote
controller does not work.
RECEIVER
This receives the signals from the
remote controller.
English
20
21
22
23
24
OPERATING INDICATOR LAMP (Red)
This lamp stays lit while the air
conditioner runs. It flashes when the
unit is in trouble.
TIMER INDICATOR LAMP (Green)
This lamp stays lit while the timer is set.
AIR FILTER CLEANING TIME
INDICATOR LAMP (Red)
Lights up when it is time to clean the air
filter.
DEFROST LAMP (Orange)
Lights up when the defrosting operation has started. (For cooling only type
this lamp does not turn on.)
FAN/AIR CONDITIONING SELECTOR
SWITCH
Set the switch to “
COOL and “
” (COOL) for
” (HEAT) for HEAT.
NOTES
• For the sake of explanation, all indications are shown on the display in Figure 1
contrary to actual running situations.
• Fig. 1-2 shows the remote controller with
the front cover opened.
• Fig. 1-3 shows this remote controller can
be used in conjunction with the one provided with the VRV system.
• If the air filter cleaning time indicator lamp
lights up, clean the air filter as explained
in the operation manual provided with the
indoor unit.
After cleaning and reinstalling the air filter, press the filter sign reset button on
the remote controller. The air filter cleaning time indicator lamp on the receiver will
go out.
• The Defrost Lamp will flash when the power
is turned on. This is not a malfunction.
English
Precautions in handling remote controller
Direct the transmitting part of the remote
controller to the receiving part of the air
conditioner.
If something blocks the transmitting and receiving path of the indoor unit and the remote controller as curtains, it will not operate.
” (FAN) for FAN
and “
” (A/C) for HEAT or COOL.
COOL/HEAT CHANGEOVER SWITCH
25 Set the switch to “
3. HANDLING FOR
WIRELESS REMOTE
CONTROLLER
2 short beeps
from the receiver
indicates that the
transmission is
properly done.
Transmitting distance is approximately 7 m.
Do not drop or get it wet.
It may be damaged.
Never press the button of the remote controller with a hard, pointed object.
The remote controller may be damaged.
Installation site
• It is possible that signals will not be received
in rooms that have electronic fluorescent
lighting. Please consult with the salesman
before buying new fluorescent lights.
• If the remote controller operated some
other electrical apparatus, move that
machine away or consult your dealer.
3
Placing the remote controller in the
remote controller holder
Install the remote controller holder to a wall
or a pillar with the attached screw. (Make
sure it transmits)
Placing the remote
controller
Removing the
remote controller
Slide from above
Pull it upward
• In case the remote controller is not used
for a long time take out all batteries in order
to prevent liquid leak of the battery.
IN THE CASE OF CENTRALIZED
CONTROL SYSTEM
If the indoor unit is under centralized control, it is
necessary to switch the remote controller’s setting.
In this case, contact your DAIKIN dealer.
4. OPERATION RANGE
Split System
If the temperature or the humidity is beyond the
following conditions, safety devices may work
and the air conditioner may not operate, or
sometimes, water may drop from the indoor unit.
Remote
controller
holder
How to put the dry batteries
(1) Remove the back cover
of the remote controller
to the direction pointed
by the arrow mark.
(2) Put the batteries
Use two LR03<IEC>
dry cell batteries. Put
dry batteries correctly
to fit their (+) and (–).
(3) Close the cover
When to change batteries
Under normal use, batteries last about a
year. However, change them whenever the
indoor unit doesn’t respond or responds
slowly to commands, or if the display
becomes dark.
[CAUTIONS]
• Replace all batteries at the same time, do
not use new and old batteries intermixed.
4
COOLING
OUTDOOR
UNIT
RZP71
DV1/VAL
RZP100
DV1/VAL
RZP125
DV1/TAL
RZP140
DTAL
[°C]
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
TEMPERA- HUMID- TEMPERATURE
TURE
ITY
D
21 to 35
B
80% or
below
D
– 5 to 50
B
W
14 to 25
B
HEATING
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
UNIT
TEMPERATURE
RZP71
DV1/VAL
RZP100
DV1/VAL
D
15 to 27
RZP125
B
DV1/TAL
RZP140
DTAL
[°C]
OUTDOOR
TEMPERATURE
D
B
– 14 to 21
W
– 15 to 15.5
B
DB: Dry bulb temperature
WB: Wet bulb temperature
English
The setting temperature range of the remote
controller is 16°C to 32°C.
VRV System
See the operation manual provided with the
air conditioner.
5. OPERATION PROCEDURE
Refer to figure 1 on page [1]
• Operating procedure varies with heat
pump type and cooling only type. Contact
your Daikin dealer to confirm your system
type.
• To protect the unit, turn on the main power
switch 6 hours before operation.
• If the main power supply is turned off during operation, operation will restart automatically after the power turns back on
again.
COOLING, HEATING, AUTOMATIC,
FAN, AND PROGRAM DRY
OPERATION
Operate in the following order.
• AUTOMATIC OPERATION can be
selected only by Heat pump split system or
Heat recovery VRV system.
• For cooling only type, “COOLING”, and
“FAN” and “DRY”operation are able to
select.
〈〈FOR SYSTEMS WITHOUT COOL/
HEAT CHANGEOVER REMOTE
CONTROL SWITCH〉〉
MODE
Press OPERATION MODE SELECTOR
button several times and select the
OPERATION MODE of your choice as
follows.
English
„ FAN OPERATION ............................. “
„ DRY OPERATION ............................ “
”
”
• The function of this program is to
decrease the humidity in your room with
the minimum temperature decrease.
• Micro computer automatically
determines TEMPERATURE and FAN
SPEED.
• This system does not go into operation if
the room temperature is below 16°C.
2
ON OFF
ON/OFF
Press ON/OFF button
OPERATION lamp lights up or goes off and
the system starts or stops OPERATION.
NOTE
• Do not turn OFF power immediately after
the unit stops. Then, wait no less than
5 minutes.
Water is leaking or there is something else
wrong with the unit.
〈〈FOR SYSTEMS WITH COOL/HEAT
CHANGEOVER REMOTE CONTROL
SWITCH〉〉
Refer to figure 1-1,3 on page [1]
OPERATION MODE
SELECTOR
(1) Select OPERATION MODE with the
COOL/HEAT CHANGEOVER REMOTE
CONTROL SWITCH as follows.
OPERATION MODE
SELECTOR
„ COOLING OPERATION ................... “
„ HEATING OPERATION .................... “
”
• In this operation mode, COOL/HEAT
changeover is automatically conducted.
1
Refer to figure 1-1, 2 on page [1]
1
„ AUTOMATIC OPERATION ............... “
„ COOLING OPERATION .............“
”
„ HEATING OPERATION ..............“
”
”
”
5
„ FAN OPERATION ...................... “
”
„ DRY OPERATION...................... “
”
• See “FOR SYSTEM WITHOUT COOL/
HEAT CHANGEOVER REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH” for details on dry operation.
(2) Press OPERATION MODE SELECTOR
button several times and select “ ”
(This operation is only available during
dry operation.)
2
ON OFF
ON/OFF
• Hot air is circulated to warm the room. It
will take some time from when the air conditioner is first started until the entire room
becomes warm. The internal fan automatically turns at low speed until the air conditioner reaches a certain temperature on
the inside. In this situation, all you can do
is wait.
• If hot air accumulates on the ceiling and
feet are left feeling cold, it is recommended
to use a circulator. For details, contact the
place of purchase.
ADJUSTMENT
For programming TEMPERATURE, FAN
SPEED and AIR FLOW DIRECTION, follow
the procedure shown below.
DOWN
Press ON/OFF button
OPERATION lamp lights up or goes off and
the system starts or stops OPERATION.
NOTE
• Do not turn OFF power immediately after
the unit stops. Then, wait no less than
5 minutes.
Water is leaking or there is something else
wrong with the unit.
[EXPLANATION OF HEATING OPERATION]
DEFROST OPERATION
• As the frost on the coil of an outdoor unit
increase, heating effect decreases and the
system goes into DEFROST OPERATION.
• The fan operation stops and the
DEFROST lamp of the indoor unit goes on.
After 6 to 8 minutes (maximum 10 minutes) of DEFROST OPERATION, the system returns to HEATING OPERATION.
Heating capacity & Outdoor air
temperature
• Heating capacity drops as outdoor air temperature lowers. If feeling cold, use
another heater at the same time as this air
conditioner.
6
TEMPERATURE SETTING
UP
Press TEMPERATURE SETTING button and program the setting temperature.
UP
DOWN
Each time this button is pressed,
setting temperature rises 1°C.
Each time this button is pressed,
setting temperature lowers 1°C.
In case of automatic operation
Each time this button is pressed,
setting temperature shifts to “H”
side.
UP
DOWN
Each time this button is pressed,
setting temperature shifts to “L”
side.
[°C]
Setting
temperature
H
•
M
•
L
25
23
22
21
19
• The setting is impossible for fan operation.
NOTE
• The setting temperature range of the
remote controller is 16°C to 32°C.
English
FAN
FAN SPEED CONTROL
Operation
mode
• When operating continuously at
horizontal air
flow direction
Press FAN SPEED CONTROL button.
High or Low fan speed can be selected.
The microchip may sometimes control the
fan speed in order to protect the unit.
SWING
AIR FLOW DIRECTION
ADJUST
Cooling
Operation
conditions
UP AND DOWN DIRECTION
• The movable limit of the flap is changeable.
Contact your Daikin dealer for details.
Up and down adjustment
Press the AIR FLOW DIRECTION
ADJUST button to select the air direction as shown below.
DISPLAY appears and the
air flow direction continuously varies. (Automatic
swing setting)
Press AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUST button to
select the air direction of
your choice.
DISPLAY vanishes the air
flow direction is fixed
(Fixed air flow direction
setting).
MOVEMENT OF THE AIR FLOW FLAP
For the following conditions, micro computer
controls the air flow direction so it may be
different from the display.
English
Heating
• When room
temperature is
higher than the
set temperature
• At defrost
operation
(The flaps blow
horizontally to
avoid blowing
cold air directly
on the occupants
of the room.)
NOTES
• If you try cooling or programmed drying,
while the flaps are facing downward, air
flow direction may change unexpectedly.
There is nothing wrong with the equipment.
This serves to prevent dew formed on parts
in the air discharge outlet from dripping.
• Operation mode includes automatic
operation.
PROGRAM TIMER OPERATION
Operate in the following order.
• The timer is operated in the following two ways.
Programming the stop time (
)
.... The system stops
operating after the set time has elapsed.
Programming the start time (
)
.... The system starts
operating after the set time has elapsed.
• The timer can be programmed a maximum
of 72 hours.
• The start and the stop time can be simultaneously programmed.
1
TIMER
TIMER MODE START/
STOP
Press the TIMER MODE START/STOP
button several times and select the
mode on the display.
The display flashes.
For setting the timer stop .... “
For setting the timer start .... “
”
”
7
PROGRAMMING TIME
2
UP
DOWN
Press the PROGRAMMING TIME button and set the time for stopping or
starting the system.
When this button is pressed, the
time advances by 1 hour.
UP
When this button is pressed, the
time goes backward by 1 hour.
DOWN
TIMER RESERVE
RESERVE
3
HOW TO SET MASTER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
(For VRV system)
• When the system is installed as shown
below, it is necessary to designate the
master remote controller.
„ For Heat pump system
When one outdoor unit is connected with
several indoor units.
Outdoor unit
Press the TIMER RESERVE button.
The timer setting procedure ends.
The display or changes from flashing light to
a constant light.
CANCEL
4
Indoor unit
TIMER CANCEL
Press the TIMER OFF button to cancel
programming. The display vanishes.
One of these remote controllers needs
to be designated as the master remote
controller.
For example.
ON OFF
TEMP
TIME
C
UP
FAN
DOWN
RESERVE CANCEL
hr.
TIMER
hr.
MODE
When the timer is
programmed to stop
the system after 3
hours and start the
system after 4
hours, the system
will stop after 3
hours and then 1
hour later the system will start.
NOTES
• When the timer is programmed to stop the
system after 3 hours and start the system after
4 hours, the system will stop after 3 hours and
then 1 hour later the system will start.
• After the timer is programmed, the display
shows the remaining time.
8
„ For Heat recovery system
When one BS unit is connected with several
indoor units.
Outdoor unit
BS unit
Indoor unit
One of these remote controllers needs
to be designated as the master remote
controller.
• Only the master remote controller can
select HEATING, COOLING or
AUTOMATIC (only Heat recovery system)
OPERATION.
English
When the indoor unit with master remote
controller is set to “COOL”, you can switch
over operation mode between “FAN”, “DRY”
and “COOL”.
When the indoor unit with master remote controller is set to “HEAT”, you can switch over
operation mode between “FAN” and “HEAT”.
When the indoor unit with master remote
controller is set to “FAN”, you cannot switch
operation mode.
When attempting settings than that
consented above, a “peep” is emitted as a
warning.
Only with Heat recovery system, you can set
the indoor unit to AUTOMATIC. Attempting to
do so, a “peep” will be emitted as a warning.
discharge grille on the main unit. When the
remote controller does not work, but the
battery low indicator on it is not lit, contact
your dealer.
[START]
1
To press the emergency operation switch.
The machine runs in the previous mode.
The system operates with the previously set
air flow direction.
1 2
How to designate the master remote
controller
Operate in the following order.
1
MODE
Continuously press the
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR button for 4 seconds.
The displays showing “
” of all slave indoor
unit connected to the same outdoor unit or
BS unit flash.
2
MODE
Press the OPERATION MODE SELECTOR button to the indoor unit that you
wish to designate as the master
remote controller. Then designation is
completed. This indoor unit is designated as the master remote controller
and the display showing “ ” vanishes.
• To change settings, repeat steps 1 and
2 .
EMERGENCY OPERATION
When the remote controller does not work
due to battery failure or the absence thereof,
use this switch which is located beside the
English
[STOP]
2
Press the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch again.
PRECAUTIONS FOR GROUP
CONTROL SYSTEM OR TWO
REMOTE CONTROLLER CONTROL SYSTEM
This system provides two other control
systems beside individual control (one
remote controller controls one indoor unit)
system. Confirm the following if your unit is of
the following control system type.
„ Group control system
One remote controller controls up to 16
indoor units.
All indoor units are equally set.
„ Two remote controller control system
Two remote controllers control one indoor
unit. (In case of group control system, one
group of indoor units)
The unit follows individual operation.
9
NOTES
• Cannot have two remote controller control
system with only wireless remote
controllers. (It will be a two remote
controller control system having one wired
and one wireless remote controllers.)
• Under two remote controller control
system, wireless remote controller cannot
control timer operation.
• Only the operating indicator lamp out of 3
other lamps on the indoor unit display
functions.
Control is set to the optional controller for
centralized control.
• If the defrost lamp on the indoor unit’s
display is lit when heating is started.
This indication is to warn against cold air
being blown from the unit. There is
nothing wrong with the equipment.
NOTE
• Contact your Daikin dealer in case of
changing the combination or setting of
group control and two remote controller
control systems.
I. EMERGENCY STOP
When the air conditioner stops in emergency,
the run lamp on the indoor unit starts
blinking. Take the following steps yourself to
read the malfunction code that appears on
the display. Contact your dealer with this
code. It will help pinpoint the cause of the
trouble, speeding up the repair.
6. NOT MALFUNCTION OF
THE AIR CONDITIONER
7. HOW TO DIAGNOSE
TROUBLE SPOTS
TEST
1
The following symptoms do not indicate air conditioner malfunction
Press the INSPECTION/TEST button
to select the inspection mode “ ”.
I. THE SYSTEM DOES NOT OPERATE
• The system does not restart immediately after the ON/OFF button is
pressed.
“
” appears on display and blinks. “UNIT”
lights up.
If the OPERATION lamp lights, the system is in normal condition. It does not
restart immediately because a safety
device operates to prevent overload of
the system. After 3 minutes, the system will turn on again automatically.
• The system does not restart immediately when TEMPERATURE SETTING
button is returned to the former position after pushing the button.
It does not restart immediately because a
safety device operates to prevent overload
of the system. After 3 minutes, the system
will turn on again automatically.
• If the reception beep is rapidly repeated
3 times (It sounds only twice when
operating normally.)
10
2
UP
DOWN
Press PROGRAMMING TIMER BUTTON and change the unit number.
Press to change the unit number until the
indoor unit beeps and perform the following
operation according to the number of beeps.
Number of beeps
3 short beeps .... Perform all steps from 3
to 6 .
1 short beep ...... Perform 3 and 6 steps
1 long beep........ Normal state
English
3
MODE
ON OFF
Press OPERATION MODE SELECTOR
BUTTON
24
6 TEMP
TIME
UP
CODE
FAN
“
” on the left-hand of the malfunction code
blinks.
UNIT NO.
DOWN
24
6
RESERVE CANCEL
TIMER
MODE
4
DOWN
Press PROGRAMMING TIMER BUTTON
and change the malfunction code.
Press until the indoor unit beeps twice.
5
/TEST
1
MODE
Press OPERATION MODE SELECTOR
BUTTON
“
” on the right-hand of the malfunction
code blinks.
6
35
7
SWING
UP
UP
DOWN
II. IN CASE BESIDES EMERGENCY STOP
1. The unit does not operate at all.
• Check if the receiver is exposed of
sunlight or strong light. Keep receiver
away from light.
• Check if there are batteries in the
remote controller. Place the batteries.
• Check if the indoor unit number and
wireless remote controller number are
equal.
Press PROGRAMMING TIMER BUTTON
and change the malfunction code.
Press until the indoor unit makes a long
beep.
The malfunction code is fixed when the
indoor unit makes a long beep.
7
MODE
Number
Reset of the display
Press OPERATION MODE SELECTOR
BUTTON to get the display back to the
normal state.
Number
Operate the indoor unit with the remote controller of the same number.
Signal transmitted from a remote controller of
a different number cannot be accepted. (If
the number is not mentioned, it is considered
as “1”)
English
11
2. The system operates but it does not
sufficiently cool or heat.
• If the set temperature is not proper.
• If the FAN SPEED is set to LOW
SPEED.
• If the air flow angle is not proper.
Contact the place of purchase in the following case.
WARNING
When you detect a burning odor, shut
OFF power immediately and contact the
place of purchase. Using the equipment
in anything but proper working condition
can result in equipment damage, electric
shock and/or fire.
[Trouble]
The RUN lamp of the indoor unit is flashing
and the unit does not work at all.
Malfunction Code
Unit No. which
sensed trouble
ON OFF
TEMP
TIME
UP
CODE
FAN
UNIT NO.
DOWN
RESERVE CANCEL
TIMER
MODE
SWING
/TEST
INSPECTION
display
[Remedial action]
Check the malfunction code (A1 - UF) on the
remote control and contact the place of purchase. (See page 10.)
12
English
3P107422-12L EM01A116A (0701)
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