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Direct Air ROOM AIR CONDITIONER Specifications
WINDOW / WALL-TYPE
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
WA-6011S: 6000 BTU
WA-8011S: 8,000 BTU
WA-1011S: 10,000 BTU
WA-1211S: 12,000 BTU
Thank you for your purchase. Before using your air conditioner, please read this manual
carefully and keep it for future reference.
CONTENTS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ………………………………….2
2. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS …………………3
3. NORMAL SOUNDS ………………………………………...4
4. AIR CONDITIONER FEATURES …………………………4
5. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS …………………………9
6. CARE AND CLEANING…………………………………...12
7. TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS………………………………13
8. SPECIFICATIONS …………………………………………14
9. REMOTE CONTROL ……………………………………...15
READ THIS MANUAL
Inside you will find many helpful hints on how to use and maintain your air conditioner properly.
Just a little preventive 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 our chart of Troubleshooting Tips first, you may not need to
call for service at all.
CAUTION
Contact the authorized service technician for repair or maintenance of this unit.
Contact the installer for installation of this unit.
The air conditioner is not intended for use by young children of infirm persons without
supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the air
conditioner.
If the power cord is to be replaced, replacement work is to be performed by authorized
personnel only.
Installation work must be performed in accordance with the national wiring standards, by
authorized personnel.
Note: All illustrations in this manual are for explanation purposes only. Your air conditioner may
be slightly different. The actual shape shall prevail.
The manual provides specific operating instructions. Use the air conditioner only as
instructed in the manual. These instructions are not meant to cover every possible
condition and situation that may occur. Common sense and caution must be practice
when installing, operating and maintaining any appliance.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
To prevent injury or property damage, the following instructions must be followed. Failure to
follow instructions and incorrect operation may cause harm or damage.
Warning marks and classification:
WARNING
Indicates possibility of death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates possibility of injury or property damage.
WARNING
Ensure plug is firmly connected to prevent electric shock or fire due to excess heat
generation.
Never operate or stop the unit by inserting or removing the power plug.
Do not operate if cord or plug is damaged or after the appliance malfunctions in any
manner. Contact the manufacturer or similarly qualified technician.
Never modify or alter the power cord in any way.
Do not use an extension cord or an adapter plug.
Use a dedicated circuit to avoid possibility of an electrical surge.
Do not operate with wet hands or in a damp environment.
For health purposes, do not direct airflow directly at room occupants.
The air conditioner must be properly grounded.
Do not splash water onto the unit or allow water to get into the electric parts.
Unplug unit immediately if strange sound, smell or smoke is emitting from unit.
Never open or remove the housing while in operation.
Keep firearms, combustibles and flammable gas away from unit.
Keep power cord away from heat sources.
If there was a gas leak from another appliance, ventilate the room thoroughly before
operating the unit.
Do not disassemble or modify the unit.
CAUTION
When cleaning the filter, be cautious of sharp edges and corners.
Never clean the unit by spraying water onto the unit, especially the control panel.
When used in the same room with a stove operating, keep room ventilated to prevent
oxygen shortage.
Always turn unit off and unplug power source before cleaning and maintenance.
Do not expose pet or plant in direct airflow of the unit.
Not intended for special purposes. Do not use this air conditioner to preserve precision
devices, food, pets, plants and art objects. May cause deterioration of quality.
Disconnect during thunderstorms and hurricane.
Remove plug from wall outlet by grasping the plug, never remove by pulling on the cord.
Do not block air inlets and outlets.
Inspect the brackets frequently to ensure no damages occurred due to prolonged exposure.
Clean filter once every two weeks. Be sure filter is replaced properly.
Never clean the unit with harsh chemicals or abrasive scouring pads or powders.
Do not consume the water drained from the air conditioner.
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NOTE: For some models, the
power supply cord with this air
conditioner contains a current
detection device designed to
reduce the risk of fire. Please refer
to the section “Operation of
Current Device” for details. In the
event that the power supply cord
is damaged, it cannot be repaired
– it must be replaced with a cord
from the Product Manufacturer.
Do not, under any
circumstances, cut,
remove or bypass the
grounding prong
Power supply cord with 3-prong
grounding plug and current detection
device
WARNING – For Your Safety
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
Avoid fire hazard or electric shock. Do not use an extension cord
or an adaptor plug. Do not remove any prong from the power
cord.
WARNING – Electrical Information
Be sure the electrical service is adequate for the model you have
chosen. This information can be found on the serial plate, which
is located on the side of the cabinet and behind the grille.
Be sure the air conditioner is properly grounded. To minimize the
shock and fire hazards, proper grounding is important. The power
cord is equipped with a three-prong grounding plug for protection
against shock hazards.
Your air conditioner must be used in a properly grounded wall
receptacle. If the wall receptacle you intend to use is not
adequately grounded or protected by a time delay fuse or circuit
breaker, have a qualified electrician install the proper receptacle.
Ensure the receptacle is accessible after the unit installation.
Do not run air conditioner without side protective cover in place.
This could result in mechanical damage within the air conditioner.
Do not use an extension cord or an adapter plug.
Operation of Current Device
The power supply cord contains a current device that senses damage to the power cord. To test your
power supply cord do the following:
1. Plug in the Air Conditioner.
2. The power supply cord will have TWO buttons on the plug head. Press the TEST button, you will
notice a click as the RESET button pops out.
3. Press the RESET button and you will notice another click as the button engages.
4. The power supply cord is now supplying electricity to the unit. (On some products, this is also
indicated by a light on the plug head.)
NOTES:
Do not use this device to turn the unit on or off.
Always make sure the RESET button is pushed in for correct operation.
The power supply must be replaced if it fails to reset when TEST button is pushed or when it cannot be
reset. A new one can be obtained from the product manufacturer.
NOTE: This air conditioner is designed to operate under condition as follows:
Outdoor temp
64~109°F (T 1 Environment)
Indoor temp
62~89°F (T 1 Environment)
Cooling operation
Note: Performance may be reduced outside of these operating temperatures.
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High Pitched Chatter
High efficiency compressors may
have a high-pitched chatter
during the cooling cycle.
Vibration
Unit may vibrate and make noise
because of poor wall or window
construction or incorrect installation.
Sound of Rushing Air
At the front of the unit, you
may hear the sound of rushing
air being moved by the fan.
Pinging or Switching
Droplets of water hitting
condenser during normal
operation may cause “pinging or
switching” sounds.
Gurgle / Hiss
“Gurgling” or “hissing” noise may
be heard due to refrigerant
passing through evaporator
during normal operation.
ELECTRONIC CONTROL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Before you begin, thoroughly familiarize yourself with the control panel and remote as shown below and
all its functions, then follow the symbol for the functions you desire. The unit can be controlled by the
unit control alone or with the remote.
ADJUST TEMPERATURE OR TIME
ADJUST TEMPERATURE OR TIME
DISPLAYS TEMPERATURE OR
TIME OR ERROR CODES
ACTIVATES TIMER
SLEEP MODE
CHECK FILTER RESET BUTTON
SET FAN SPEED
SETS MODE
TURNS UNIT ON OR OFF
ENERGY SAVER MODE
NOTE: All illustrations are for explanation purposes only. The actual appearance of the unit control may differ
slightly, though functions and operations are the same
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AIR CONDITIONER FEATURES (CONTINUED)
NOTE: The following instruction represent the Unit Controls, the same instructions can be used for the
Remote Control.
TO TURN UNIT ON:
DO THIS:
Press the On/Off button.
TO CHANGE TEMPERATURE
SETTING:
NOTE:
Press or hold either Left (<) or Right (>) button
until the desired temperature is seen on the
display. This temperature will be automatically
maintained anywhere between 62°F (17°C)
and 86°F (30°C). If you want the display to
read the actual room temperature, see “To
Operate on Fan Only” section.
DO THIS:
Press to increase
Press to lower
TO ADJUST FAN SPEEDS:
NOTE:
Select Fan Speed in four steps – Auto, Low,
Med or High. Each time the button is pressed,
the fan speed mode is shifted. In Dry mode,
the fan speed is set at Low automatically.
DO THIS:
Press to select
appropriate fan
speed
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NOTE:
Press the Mode button to select operating mode. With
each press of the button, the mode will go through the
following sequence: Auto, Cool, Dry and Fan. The
indicator light next to each corresponding mode will
illuminate
TO SELECT THE
OPERATING MODE:
DO THIS:
Press the Mode
button.
AUTO mode:
When the air conditioner is set in AUTO mode, unit will
automatically select Cooling or Fan operation, depending
on set and ambient temperature.
Set temperature range is 62~86°F.
Unit engages COOL mode when ambient temperature is
4°F above set temperature. And when ambient
temperature falls 2°F below set temperature, unit w ill
switch to FAN.
Fan speed cannot be adjusted in AUTO mode.
COOL mode:
Set temperature range is 62~86°F.
Unit begins Cooling when ambient temperature is 2°F
above set temperature. Cooling stops and unit switches
to Fan when set temperature has been reached.
Fan speed can be selected
AUTO vs. COOL (example with set temp @ 70°F)
AUTO: Cools down to 68°F →Fan, up to 74°F →Cool
COOL: Cools down to 70°F →Fan, up to 72°F →Cool
FAN only mode:
Use this function when cooling is not desired, such as for
air circulation. Best to open windows when operating in
Fan only mode but remember to close windows in
Cooling mode for maximum cooling efficiency.
Fan speed can be adjusted.
In Fan mode, the display will show actual room
temperature.
Temperature cannot be set or adjusted.
ENERGY SAVER FEATURE:
DO THIS:
DRY mode:
In this mode, the air conditioner will generally operate in
the form of a dehumidifier. Since the conditioned space
is closed or sealed area, some degree of cooling will
continue.
ENERGY SAVER feature:
This feature can be selected when unit is in COOL mode.
When the set temperature has been reached and
compressor shuts off, fan will continue to run for another 3
minutes, then cycles on for 2 minutes at 10-minute
intervals until the room temperature has rise above set
temperature, at which point the compressor turns back on
and Cooling resumes.
Press the button.
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AIR CONDITIONER FEATURES (CONTINUED)
SLEEP FEATURE:
DO THIS:
Press Sleep
button.
TIMER: AUTO START/STOP FEATURE:
DO THIS:
Press Timer
button.
CHECK FILTER FEATURE:
SLEEP feature:
When selected in conjunction with COOL mode:
Unit will operate at set temperature for 30 minutes.
After 30 minutes, unit will increase temperature by 2°F.
After another 30 minutes, unit will again increase
temperature by 2°F.
Unit will operate at the new temperature for 6 hours.
After 6 hours, unit will return to original setting and
continue to operate as originally programmed. This ends
the SLEEP feature.
SLEEP feature can be cancelled at any time during
operation by pressing the SLEEP button again.
TIMER feature:
Press the TIMER button to program Auto-Start or AutoOff. The corresponding indicator light will illuminate.
Use the UP/DOWN arrow buttons to program. Each
press is increment of 0.5 hours up to 10 hours, then in
increments of 1 hour up to 24 hours.
Unit will register timer setting after 5 seconds. If unit is
on, display will revert back to previous temperature
setting. If unit is off, there will be no display.
Turning the unit ON or OFF or adjusting the timer to 0
will cancel the timer program.
FILTER CHECK feature:
This feature is a reminder to clean the Air Filter for more
efficient operation. The LED light will illuminate after 250
hours of operation. Once the filter has been cleaned, press
the Check Filter button to reset.
DO THIS:
Press Check
Filter button.
DISPLAYS:
Display
DISPLAY:
COOL mode: displays set temperature in °C or °F and
timer.
FAN mode: displays ambient temperature
Error Codes:
“AS” = room temperature sensor error. Disconnect unit
from power source, wait 3 minutes and plug back in. If error
persists, call for service.
“ .” = evaporator temperature sensor error. Disconnect unit
from power source, wait 3 minutes and plug back in. If error
persists, call for service. (As shown in image to the left)
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ADDITIONAL THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Now that you have mastered the operating procedures, here are some additional features:
The Cool circuit has an automatic 3-minute time delay when unit is turned off and on quickly. This protects
the compressor from overheating and possible circuit breaker tripping. The fan will continue to run during this
time.
The LCD is capable of displaying temperature in °F or °C. To switch the temperature scale, press and h old
both UP and DOWN buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.
Fresh Air Vent Control (WA-1011S and WA-1211S models only)
The Fresh Air Vent allows the air conditioner to:
1. Circulate indoor air – vent closed (Fig.1)
2. Draw fresh air into the room – vent open (Fig.2)
3. Indoor and outdoor air exchange – vent &
exhaust open (Fig.3)
Air Directional Louvers
Directional lovers can be adjusted Left or Right and
Up or Down (not all models).
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Your air conditioner is designed install in standard double hung windows with opening widths of 23 to 36 inches
(584mm to 914mm) (See Fig.1)
Lower sash must have sufficient vertical opening for installation (Table
1). Side and rear of unit needs to be clear of obstacles to allow airflow
through condenser. The rear of the unit must be outdoors, not inside a
building or garage.
Table 1
Model
WA-6011S
WA-8011S
WA-1011S/WA-1211S
Minimum vertical
opening
13” (330mm)
14” (356mm)
15-1/2” (394mm)
NOTE: Save carton and these installation instructions for future
reference. The carton is the best way to store unit during winter, or when
not in use.
TOOLS NEEDED:
Phillips screwdriver
Drill (if pilot holes are needed)
CAUTION: When handling unit, be careful to avoid cuts from sharp
metal edges and aluminum fins on front and rear coils.
NOTE: The top rail hardware and the following Fig.A, Fig.B and Fig.C
are not applicable to the units more than 10000Btu/h.
Before installing unit, the top rail must be assembled:
(WA-6011S and WA-8011S only)
Tool Needed: Phillips Screwdriver
A.
B.
C.
D.
Remove unit from packaging and place on a flat surface.
Remove the top rail from rear of the packaging material. (Fig.A)
Align screw openings on the top rail to those on the top of the unit.
(Fig.B)
Secure top rail to unit with supplied 3/8” screws (Fig.C)
NOTES: For safety reasons, all four (4) screws MUST be securely
fastened.
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INSTALLATION
NOTE: Top rail and side panels are offset to provide the proper pitch to the rear (5/16”). This is necessary for
drainage of water condensation. If the side panels are not used, this pitch still needs to be maintained.
1.
Place unit on floor or sturdy table. Install the side panels, the panels are indicated Left or Right – be sure to
use the proper panel for each side. When properly installed, the flange for securing the panel to windowsill
should face into the room.
1b. Slide the panel (open end toward unit) into the guides on the air
conditioner (Fig.2 and Fig.3)
1a. Hold panel firmly in one hand
and gently pull back the
accordion curtain with other
hand. (Fig.1)
1c. Once installed, check to make
sure panel sits securely within
the guides. (Fig.4)
1d. Slide the panel all the way in
and repeat with other side.
3.
With a firm grip on the air
conditioner, carefully place
the unit into the window
opening. The bottom of the
air conditioner frame should
sit against the windowsill.
(Fig.5) Carefully bring the
window sash down behind
the top rail.
Note: If storm window blocks AC, refer to Fig.13.
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2.
Extend the side panels out
against the window frame.
(Fig.6)
7.
Install frame lock between the frame extension
and the windowsill. Drive a ¾” (19mm) locking
screw through the frame lock and into the sill
(Fig.7&8)
6.
Insert and secure ½” (13mm) locking screws
through frame holes into window sash. (Fig.9&10)
4.
Trim foam seal to size and insert in the space
between the upper and lower sashes. (Fig.12)
Note: To prevent the windowsill from splitting, first
drill a 1/8” (3mm) pilot hole.
5.
To secure lower sash in place, attach the Sash
Lock with ¾” (19mm) screws. (Fig.11)
IF AC IS BLOCKED BY STORM WINDOW
Add wood as shown in Fig.13, or remove storm window before
installation.
Storm window
frame or other
obstruction
1 ½” min
(38mm)
Board
thickness as
required for
proper pitch
to rear.
Fasten with
nails or
screws.
If storm window must remain, be sure the drain holes or slots are
not caulked or painted shut. Accumulated water or condensation
must be allowed to drain out.
REMOVING AC FROM WINDOW
Turn AC off and disconnect from power source.
Remove sash seal from between window sashes.
Unscrew and remove Sash Lock and Frame Lock.
Slide side panels into frame.
Keeping a firm grip on the air conditioner, raise window sash
and carefully tilt unit backwards to drain any water
condensation. Carefully lift unit from window opening. Store
parts with air conditioner.
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CAUTION
Clean your air conditioner occasionally to keep looking new. Be sure to unplug the unit
before cleaning to prevent chock or fire hazards.
Air Filter Cleaning
The air filter should be checked at least once a month
to see if cleaning is necessary. Trapped particles in the
filter can build up and cause an accumulation of frost
on the cooling coils
Push the vent handle to the Vent Closed position
(where applicable).
Open the front panel.
Grasp the filter by the center and pull up and out.
Wash the filter using liquid dishwashing detergent
and warm water. Rinse filter thoroughly.
Gently shake excess water from the filter. Be sure
the filter is thoroughly dry before replacing.
Instead of washing, you may also vacuum the filter
clean.
NOTE: Never use hot water over 40°C (104°F) to clean
the air filter. Never attempt to operate the unit without
the air filter.
Cabinet Cleaning
Be sure to unplug the air conditioner to prevent
shock or fire hazard. The cabinet and front may be
dusted with an oil-free cloth or wiped with a cloth
dampened in solution of warm water and mild
dishwashing detergent. Then wipe clean and dry
thoroughly.
Never use harsh cleaners, wax or polish on the
cabinet front.
Be sure to wring excess water from the cloth before
wiping around the controls. Excess water in or
around the controls may cause damage to the air
conditioner.
Winter Storage
If you plan to store the air conditioner during the winter,
remove it carefully from the window according to the
installation instruction. Cover it with plastic or return it
to the original carton.
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Before calling for service, review this list, it may save you time and expense. This list includes common
occurrences that are not the result of defective workman-ship or materials in this appliance.
Air conditioner
does not start
Wall plug disconnected. Push plug firmly into wall outlet.
House fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped. Replace fuse with time delay type or
reset circuit breaker.
Plug Current Device tripped, press the RESET button.
Control is OFF, turn control ON and set to desired setting.
Room temperature below 17°C (62°F). Cooling may not occur until room
Air from unit
does not feel
cold enough
temperature rises above 17°C (62°F).
Temperature sensing element is touching the cooling coil, located behind air filter.
Gently bend the element away from cooling coil.
Set temperature has been reached. Lower set temperature.
Compressor shut-off due to mode change. Wait approximately 3 minutes and listen
for compressor to restart in COOL mode.
Air conditioner
cooling, but room is
too warm. Ice
forming on cooling
coil behind
decorative front
Air conditioner
cooling, but room is
too warm. NO Ice
forming on cooling
coil behind
decorative front
Outdoor temperature below 18°C (64°F). To defrost t he coil, set FAN only mode.
Air filter may be dirty, clean filter. Refer to Care and Cleaning section.
Thermostat set too cold for nighttime cooling, set a higher temperature.
To defrost the coil, set to FAN only mode.
Air filter is dirty and restricting air flow. Clean air filter.
Temperature is set too high, set to a lower temperature setting.
Air directional louvers positioned improperly. Position louvers for better air distribution.
Front of unit is blocked and airflow restricted. Clear blockage such as drapes, blinds,
furniture, etc.
Doors/windows are open, allowing cold air to escape. Close doors/windows.
Unit recently turned on in hot room, allow additional time to remove “stored heat” from
walls, ceiling, floor and furniture.
Air conditioner turns
on and off rapidly
Dirty air filter restricting airflow. Clean air filter
Outside temperature extremely hot. Set FAN speed to a higher setting to bring air past
cooling coils more frequently.
Noise when unit is
cooling
Air movement sound. This is normal. If too loud, set to a slower FAN setting.
Window vibration – poor installation. Refer to installation guide or check with installer.
Water dripping INSIDE Improper installation. Tilt air conditioner slightly toward the outside to allow water
when unit is cooling
drainage. Refer to installation instructions or check with installer.
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Water dripping
OUTSIDE when unit is
cooling
Unit removing large quantity of moisture from humid room. This is normal during
Remote sensing
deactivating
prematurely (some
models)
Remote control not used within range. Place remote control within 20 feet and 180°
Room too cold
excessively humid days.
radius to the front of the unit.
Remote control signal obstructed. Remove obstruction
Set temperature too low, increase set temperature.
SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
WA-6011S
WA-8011S
WA-1011S
WA-1211S
Energy Star
Cooling (BTU)
6000
8000
10000
12000
Dehumidify (pints/hr)
1.3
1.7
2.7
3.2
EER (BTU/H.W.)
10.7
10.8
10.8
10.8
Power Input
115V~, 60Hz
115V~, 60Hz
115V~, 60Hz
115V~, 60Hz
Amps
5.4
7
8.8
10.2
Watts
560
740
930
1110
Power Cord Length
6 ft
6 ft
6 ft
6 ft
NEMA Plug Type
Unit Dimension
(W x H x D) in.
Packing Dimension
(W x H x D) in.
Net/Gross Weight (lbs)
Window Width
(Min / Max)
Window Height (Min)
LCDI 5-15P, 10A
LCDI 5-15P, 13A
LCDI 5-15P, 15A
LCDI 5-15P, 15A
16.25 x 12.31 x 15.75
19.13 x 12.8 x 15.75
19.69 x 14.75 x 20.94
19.69 x 14.75 x 20.94
18 x 14.5 x 17
22 x 14.5 x 18
22 x 17 x 23
22 x 17 x 23
40/45
46/55
58.5/65
68/75
23 / 36 in.
23 / 36 in.
23 / 36 in.
23 / 36 in.
13 in.
14 in.
15.5 in.
15.5 in.
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
Refrigeration
Air Flow (M3/H)
250
380
500
500
Noise (dB)
55.6/53.4/51.3
60.5/57.3/53.2
59.3/56.1/51.4
58.9/55.7/51.2
Fan Speeds
3
3
3
3
Dry Modes
Auto Mode
Energy Saver
Sleep Mode
Auto Restart
Filter Check
250 hours
250 hours
250 hours
250 hours
24hr On/Off Timer
Directional Louver
Left-Right
Left-Right / Up-Down
Left-Right / Up-Down
Left-Right / Up-Down
Filter Access
Slide-out
Tilt-out
Tilt-out
Tilt-out
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HANDLING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
Location of the remote controller
Use the remote control within a distance of 5 meters (5.5 yards) from the
appliance, pointing toward the receiver. Reception is confirmed by a beep.
CAUTIONS
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 is powered by two AAA batteries (not included) housed in the rear and protected by a cover.
(1) Remove the cover by pressing and sliding off.
(2) Remove old batteries and insert new batteries – placing the (+) and (-) ends correctly.
(3) Replace cover by sliding it back into position.
NOTE: When batteries are removed, all programming are erased. After inserting new batteries, the remote controller
must be reprogrammed.
REMOTE CONTROLLER SPECIFICATIONS
Rated Voltage
3.0V (Dry batteries Lr03x2)
Lowest Voltage of CPU Emitting Signal
2.4V
Signal Receiving Range
5m
Environment
-5°C ~ 60°C (23°F ~ 140°F)
Note: All illustrations are for explanation purposes only. The actual shape of remote may be slightly different.
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Operation starts when
this button is pressed
and stops when the
button is pressed again.
Press this button to
select the desired
operation mode from
AUTO, COOL, DRY and
FAN.
Push this button to
increase the
temperature setting in
1°C/1°F increments to
30°C/86°F.
Push this button to
decrease the
temperature setting in
1°C/1°F increments to
17°C/62°F.
Used to select the fan
speed in four steps: Auto,
Low, Med and High
Press this button to activate the
Sleep mode. This function is
available in COOL or AUTO mode
only and maintains the most
comfortable temperature for you.
Press this button and system will
automatically shift to COOL mode
with auto fan speed. The setting
temperature is 26°C/80°F. Any timer
setting will be cancelled.
Auto Operation
Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is available.
1. Press the ON/OFF button to start the air conditioner.
2. Press the MODE button to select AUTO.
3. Press the TEMP UP/DOWN button to set desired temperature.
The temperature can be set within the range of 17~30°C/62~86°F
in 1°C/1°F increments.
NOTE
In Auto mode, the unit will choose the operating mode (Cooling or
Fan) by sensing the difference between actual ambient
temperature and set temperature on the remote
In Auto mode, fan speed cannot be changed.
If the Auto mode is not comfortable for you, select desired mode
and set temperature manually.
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Cooling and Fan Operation
Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is available.
4. Press the ON/OFF button to start the air conditioner.
5. Press the MODE button to select COOL or FAN mode.
6. In COOL mode, press the TEMP UP/DOWN button to set desired
temperature. Temperature can be set within the range of
17~30°C/62~86°F in 1°C/1°F increments.
7. Press FAN button to select fan speed in four steps: Auto, Low, Med,
or High.
NOTE
In Fan mode, temperature setting is not available, only steps 1, 2 and 4
may be performed.
Please refer to page 6 for details on AUTO and COOL setting.
Dehumidifying Operation
Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is available.
1. Press the ON/OFF button to start the air conditioner.
2. Press the MODE button to select DRY mode.
3. Press the TEMP UP/DOWN button to set desired temperature.
Temperature can be set within the range of 17~30°C/ 62~86°F in
1°C/1°F increments.
NOTE
In Dry mode, fan speed cannot be selected.
Sleep Operation
1. Press this button to activate the Sleep mode. This function is available
in COOL or AUTO modes only and will maintain the most comfortable
temperature for you.
2. In this mode, unit will run at your set temperature for 30 minutes. After
the initial 30 minutes, unit will increase set temperature by 1°C/2°F.
After another 30 minutes, unit will again increase temperature by
1°C/2°F. Unit will then maintain this new temperatu re for 6 hours and
return to original temperature setting. This ends the Sleep mode.
NOTE
Sleep mode is cancelled when any of these buttons are pressed: MODE,
ON/OFF, FAN SPEED and SLEEP.
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Timer Operation
Press the TIMER button to initiate the Auto-Start or Auto-Off program.
Timer can be set up to 24 hours.
1. Press the TIMER button to program Timer-On or Timer-Off, the
corresponding indicator will illuminate on unit’s control panel.
2. Press or hold the UP/DOWN button to program time in 0.5 hour
increments, up to 10 hours, then in 1 hour increments up to 24 hours.
Control will count down the remaining time till start/stop.
3. The programmed time will register after 5 seconds and panel will revert
back to displaying the previous temperature setting.
4. Turning the unit ON or OFF at any time will cancel programmed Timer.
NOTE
To cancel TIMER setting, press the TIMER button while pressing either UP
or DOWN button until 0 hour is displayed.
Combined Timer
You can program both Timer-On and Timer-Off simultaneously
AUTO OFF → AUTO START
This feature is useful when you want to stop the air conditioner after you go
to bed and start it again in the morning or when you return home from work.
Example: To stop the air conditioner after 2 hours and start it again in 10
hours:
1. Press the TIMER button until the TIMER-OFF indicator is displayed on
unit’s control panel.
2. Use the UP/DOWN button to set “2.0” hours.
3. Press the TIMER button again until TIMER-ON is displayed on control
panel.
4. Use the UP/DOWN button to set “10” hours.
5. Wait for 5 seconds for program to be registered and panel to revert back to
previous display.
AUTO START → AUTO OFF
This feature is useful when you want to start the air conditioner before you
wake up and stop it after you leave the house.
Example: To start the air conditioner in 5 hours and stop it after 8 hours:
1. Press the TIMER button until the TIMER-ON indicator is displayed on
unit’s control panel.
2. Use the UP/DOWN button to set “5.0” hours.
3. Press the TIMER button again until TIMER-OFF is displayed on control
panel.
4. Use the UP/DOWN button to set “8” hours.
Wait for 5 seconds for program to be registered and panel to revert back to
previous display.
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Your Guarantee
If this product is found to be faulty as a result of faulty materials or workmanship within one
year from date of purchase, it will be repaired free of charge.
This guarantee is subject to the following terms:
•
Sunpentown must be notified of the fault.
•
Proof of purchase must be presented to Sunpentown’s nominated representative.
•
The warranty will be void if the product if modified, misused or repaired by an unauthorized person.
•
The warranty after repair will not be extended beyond the original one-year period.
•
All replacement parts will be new or reconditioned.
•
Parts, which are replaced, become the property of Sunpentown.
•
The warranty applies for the use of the product in the USA only.
What is NOT COVERED:
•
Warranty does not include freight charges.
•
Incidental or consequential damage caused by possible defects with this product.
•
Damage to product caused by improper power supply voltage, accident, fire, floods or acts of nature.
•
Failure of product resulting from unauthorized modifications to the product.
•
Improper installation or failure to perform the necessary maintenance.
This GUARANTEE is in addition to your Statutory Rights
SUNPENTOWN INTERNATIONAL INC.
Tel: 800-330-0388
14625 Clark Ave., City of Industry CA 91745
service@sunpentown.com
www.sunpentown.com
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