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S4(87-90)WM_ENGLSH_120709A
INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL
SPLIT TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
W(C,W)S094TV2 / W(C,W)S124TV2
W(C,W)S184TV2 / W(C,W)S224TV2
Please read this manual completely before operating your room air conditioner.
Welcome to the world of
simple handling and no worries.
Contents
Thank you for choosing White Westinghouse. This manual contains all of the
information required to guarantee your safety and the appropriate use of
your air conditioner.
01. Welcome..................................................................................................01
02. Environmental advices...............................................................................01
03. Contents...................................................................................................02
04. Safety precautions......................................................................................04
05. Prohibitions...............................................................................................09
06. Parts list.....................................................................................................11
6.1 Indoor unit.....................................................................................11
6.2 Outdoor unit...................................................................................12
07. Indoor unit instalation................................................................................13
7.1 Instalation of the mouting plate......................................................14
7.2 Drilling a hole in the wall for piping..................................................14
7.3 Electrical connections.....................................................................15
7.4 Refrigerant piping conection............................................................16
7.5 Conecting the pipes.........................................................................16
6.6 Indoor unit condensed water drainage..............................................17
08. Outdoor unit instalation.............................................................................19
8.1 Outdoor unit condensed water drainage...........................................13
8.2 Electrical conections........................................................................20
8.3 Bleeding.........................................................................................21
09. Operation test ...........................................................................................22
9.1 Installation diagram........................................................................22
9.2 Final tests........................................................................................22
9.3 Indoor unit test ................................................................................23
9.4 Outdoor unit test.............................................................................23
10. Informations.............................................................................................24
10.1 Cable wires specification................................................................25
11. Indoor unit display......................................................................................26
12. Display functions.......................................................................................27
12.1 Auto-restart function......................................................................27
12.2 Emergency function.......................................................................28
13. Remote control..........................................................................................29
13.1 How to insert the batteries..............................................................29
13.2 Recomendations for locating and using remote control................31
14. Remote control description.........................................................................32
15. Remote control display................................................................................34
16. Modes of operation....................................................................................36
16.1 ‘Swing’ control of the airflow...........................................................36
16.2 Cooling mode...............................................................................37
16.3 Heating mode..............................................................................;38
16.4 Timer mode - turn on.....................................................................39
Please read all of the instructions before using the air conditioner and keep
this manual for future reference.
We know you will enjoy your new air conditioner and thank you for choosing
our product. We hope you will consider us for future purchase.
Environmental Advices
The packaging material used is recyclable; we
recommend that you separate plastic, paper and
cardboard and give them to recycling companies.
According to WEEE (Waste of Electrical and Electronic
Equipment) guidelines, waste from electrical and
electronic devices should be collected separately. If
you need to dispose of this appliance in the future,
do NOT throw it away with the rest of your domestic
garbage. Instead, please take the appliance to the
nearest WEEE collection point, where available.
The air conditioner you purchased has R410a gas
refrigerant a environmental friendly gas which does
not damage the ozone layer.
Attention
The air conditioner that you have bought may be slightly different from the
one illustrated in this manual. Please refer to the information related to the
model you have.
This air conditioner is for domestic use only. It is not reccomended for
commercial or industrial use.
The air conditioner you have may carry a different plug than the one
illustrated in this manual. The plug that comes with the product follows the
electrical specification of the country where it is sold.
01 Welcome
Contents 02
Safety precautions
16.5 Timer mode - turn off...............................................................39
16.6 Fan mode...............................................................................40
16.7 Dry mode..............................................................................;40
16.8 Feel mode..............................................................................41
16.9 Sleep mode............................................................................42
17. Protective device..................................................................................43
18. Wiring diagram...................................................................................44
19. Maintenance.......................................................................................45
19.1 Indoor unit..............................................................................45
19.2 Cleaning the heat exchanger....................................................46
19.3 End of season maintenance......................................................46
19.4 Replacing the batteries.............................................................46
20. Solutions for problems.........................................................................47
20.1 Malfunctions...........................................................................47
20.2 Error signals on the display......................................................48
21. Technincal specifications......................................................................49
To prevent injury to the user or other people and property damage, the following
instructions must be followed.
Incorrect operation due to ignoring of instructions may cause harm or damage.
The seriousness is classified by the following indications.
1. During the installation of the indoor
and outdoor units the access to the
working area should be forbidden
to children. Unforeseeable
accidents could happen.
2. Make sure that the base of the
outdoor unit is firmly fixed.
3. Check that air cannot enter the
refrigerant system and check for
refrigerant leaks when moving the
air conditioner.
4. Carry out a test cycle after installing
the air conditioner and record the
operating data.
5. The user must protect the indoor
unit with a fuse of suitable capacity
for the maximum input current or
with another overload protection
device.
6. Ensure that the mains voltage
corresponds to that stamped on the
rating plate . Keep the switch or
power plug clean. Insert the power
plug correctly and firmly into the
socket, thereby avoiding the risk of
electric shock or fire due to
insufficient contact.
03 Contens
Safety Precautions
04
7. Check that the socket is suitable for
the plug, otherwise have the socket
changed.
15.Do not try to install the conditioner
alone; always contact specialized
technical personnel.
8. Do not install the appliance at a
distance of less than 50 cm from
inflammable substances (alcohol,
etc.) Or from pressurised containers
(e.g. spray cans).
16.Cleaning and maintenance must be
carried out by specialised technical
personnel. In any case disconnect
the appliance from the mains
electricity supply before carrying out
any cleaning or maintenance.
9. If the appliance is used in areas
without the possibility of ventilation,
precautions must be taken to
prevent any leaks of refrigerant gas
from remaining in the environment
and creating a danger of fire
10.The packaging materials are
recyclable and should be disposed
of in the separate waste bins .Take
the air conditioner at the end of its
useful life to a special waste
collection centre for disposal.
11.Only use the air conditioner as
instructed in this booklet . These
instructions are not intended to
cover every possible condition and
situation . As with any electrical
household appliance , common
sense and caution are therefore
always recommended for
installation, operation
andmaintenance.
12.The appliance must be installed in
accordance with applicable national
regulations.
13.Before accessing the terminals , all
the power circuits must be
disconnected from the power
supply.
05 Safety Precautions
17.Ensure that the mains voltage
corresponds to that stamped on the
rating plate. Keep the switch or
power plug clean. Insert the power
plug correctly and firmly into the
socket , thereby avoiding the risk of
electric shock or fire due to
insufficient contact.
18.Do not pull out the plug to switch
off the appliance when it is in
operation, since this could create a
spark and cause a fire, etc.
19.Never remain directly exposed to
the flow of cold air for a long time.
The direct and prolonged
exposition to cold air could be
dangerous for your health.
Particular care should be taken in
the rooms where there are children,
old or sick people.
20.If the appliance gives off smoke or
there is a smell of burning,
immediately cut off the power
supply and contact the Service
Centre.
21.The prolonged use of the device in
such conditions could cause fire or
electrocution.
Safety Precautions 06
22.Have repairs carried out only by an
authorised Service Centre of the
manufacturer . Incorrect repair
could expose the user to the risk of
electric shock, etc.
23.This appliance has been made for
air conditioning domestic
environments and must not be used
for any other purpose , such as for
drying clothes, cooling food, etc.
24.The packaging materials are
recyclable and should be disposed
of in the sparate waste bins. Take
the air conditioner at the end of its
useful life to a special waste
collection centre for disposal.
25.Always use the appliance with the
air filter mounted . The use of the
conditioner without air filter could
cause an excessive accumulation of
dust or waste on the inner parts of
the device with possible subsequent
failures.
28.The flaps must be directed
downwards in the heating mode
and upwards in the cooling mode.
29.Only use the air conditioner as
instructed in this booklet.These
instructions are not int ended to
cover every possible condition and
situation. As with any electrical
household appliance, common
sense and caution are therefore
always recommended for
installation , operation and
maintenance.
30.Ensure that the appliance is
disconnected from the power
supply when it will remain
inoperative for a long period and
before carrying out any cleaning or
maintenance.
31.Selecting the most suitable
temperature can prevent damage
to the appliance.
26.The user is responsible for having
the appliance installed by a
qualified technician , who must
check that it is earthed in
accordance with current legislation
and insert a thermomagnetic circuit
breaker.
27.Unhook the automatic switch if you
foresee not to use the device for a
long time. The airflow direction
must be properly adjusted.
07 Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions 08
Prohibitions
1. Do not bend , tug or compress the
power cord since this could
damage it. Electrical shocks or fire
are probably due to a damaged
power cord. Specialised technical
personnel only must replace a
damaged power cord.02.Do not
use extensions or gang modules.
2. Do not touch the appliance when
barefoot or parts of the body are
wet or damp.
3. Do not obstruct the air inlet or
outlet of the indoor or the outdoor
unit. The obstruction of these
openings causes a reduction in the
operative efficiency of the
conditioner with possible
consequent failures or damages.
4. In no way alter the characteristics of
the appliance.
5. Do not install the appliance in
environments where the air could
contain gas, oil or sulphur or near
sources of heat.
6. 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.
8. Do not leave windows or doors
open for long when the air
conditioner is operating.
9. Do not direct the airflow onto
plants or animals.
10.A long direct exposition to the flow
of cold air of the conditioner could
have negative effects on plants and
animals.
11.Do not put the conditioner in
contact with water. The electrical
insulation could be damaged and
thus causing electrocution.
12.Do not climb onto or place any
objects on the outdoor unit.
13.Never insert a stick or similar object
into the appliance. It could cause
injury.
14.Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with
the appliance. If the supply cord is
damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer,its service agent
or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
7. Do not climb onto or place any
heavy or hot objects on top of the
09 Prohibitions
Prohibitions
10
Parts list
Indoor unit
1
4
Outdoor unit
5
6
1
11
2
10
2
3
9
8
3
7
12
4
5
1. Front panel
7. Ionizer generator(if installed)
2. Air filter
8. Deflectors
3. Optional filter (if installed)
9. Emergency button
4. LED Display
10. Indoor unit rating label
5. Signal receiver
11. Airflow direction flaps
6. Terminal block cover
12. Remote control
11 Parts Lists
1. Air outlet grille
4. Gas valve
2. Outdoor unit rating label
5. Liquid valve
3. Cover
Parts Lists
12
Indoor unit installation
Before starting installation, decide on
the position of the indoor and outdoor
units, taking into account the minimum
space required around the units.
150
Mounting plate
150
Installation of the mounting plate
150
Condensed water drain pipe
Electrical cable
Sleeve
1. By using a level, put the mounting
plate in a perfect square position
vertically and horizontally.
50
2. Drill 32 mm deep holes in the wall
to fix the plate;
3. Insert the plastic anchors into the
hole;
4. Fix the mounting plate by using the
provided tapping screws;
Insulating covering
Water drain pipe
• Install the indoor unit level on a strong wall that is not subject to vibrations.
• The inlet and outlet ports should not be obstructed:the air should be able to
blow all over the room.
• Do not install the unit near a source of heat , steam,or flammable gas.
• Install the unit near an electric socket or private circuit.
• Do not install the unit where it will be exposed to direct sunlight.
• Install the unit where connection between indoor and outdoor unit is as easy
as possible.
• Install the unit where it is easy to drain the condensed water.
• Check the machine operation regularly and leave the necessary spaces as
shown in the picture.
13 Indoor Unit Installation
5. Check that the mounting plate is
correctly fixed.
Indoors
Outdoors
Drilling a hole in the wall for the
piping
1. Decide where to drill the hole in the
wall for the piping (if necessary)
according to the position of the
mounting plate;
2. Install a flexible flange through the
hole in the wall to keep the latter
intact and clean. The hole must
slope downwards towards the
exterior. Keep the drain pipe down
towards the direction of the wall
hole, otherwise leakage may occur.
5 mm
Attention
Install the indoor unit in the room to
be air conditioning, avoiding to
install in corridors or communal
areas.
Install the indoor unit at a height of
at least 2.5 m from the ground.
Indoor Unit Installation
14
Electrical connections
1. Lift the front panel.
2. Take off the cover as indicated in
the piciure ( by removing a screw or
by breaking the hooks).
Refrigerant piping connection
Front panel
Wiring diagram
3. For the electrical connections, see
the circuit diagram on the right part
of the unit under the front panel.
4. Connect the cable wires to the
screw terminals by following the
numbering ,Use wire size suitable
to the electric power input (see
name plate on the unit) and
according to all current national
safety code requirements.
5. The cable connecting the outdoor
and indoor units must be suitable
for outdoor use.
6. The plug must be accessible also
after the appliance has been
installed so that it can be pulled out
if necessary.
7. An efficient earth connection must
be ensured.
8. If the power cable is damaged, it
must be replaced by an authorised
Service Centre.
The cable wires has been connected to
the main PCB of indoor unit by
manufacturer according to the model
without terminal block.
The piping can be run in the 3
directions indicated by numbers in the
picture . When the piping is run in
direction 1or3, cut a notch along the
groove on the side of the indoor unit
with a cutter. Run the piping in the
direction of the wall hole and bind the
copper pipes , the drain pipe and the
power cables together with the tape
with the drain pipe at the bottom, so
that water can flow freely.
Connecting the pipes
Terminal block cover
1
3
2
Shape the connection pipe
• Do not remove the cap from the
pipe until connecting it, to avoid
dampness or dirt from entering.
• If the pipe is bent or pulled too
often , it will become stiff . Do not
bend the pipe more than three
times at one point.
YES
NO
• When extending the rolled pipe,
straighten the pipe by unwinding it
gently as shown in the picture.
Connections to the indoor unit
1. Remove the indoor unit pipe cap
(check that there is no debris
inside).
2. Insert the fare nut and create a
flange at the extreme end of the
connection pipe.
torque wrench
3. Tighten the connections by using
two wrenches working in opposite
15 Indoor Unit Installation
Indoor Unit Installation
16
Indoor unit condensed water
drainage
After having connected the pipe
according to the instructions, install the
connection cables. Now install the
drain pipe. After connection,lag the
pipe, cables and drain pipe with the
insulating material.
The indoor unit condensed water
drainage is fundamental for the
success of the installation.
1. Place the drain hose below the
piping, taking care not to create
siphons.
2. The drain hose must slant
downwards to aid drainage.
1. Arrange the pipes ,cables and
drain hose well.
YES
3. Do not bend the drain hose or
leave it protruding or twisted and
do not put the end of it in water . If
an extension is connected to the
drain hose , ensure that it is lagged
when it passes into the indoor unit.
3. Run the bound pipe , Cables and
drain pipe through the wall hole
and mount the indoor unit onto the
upper part of the mounting plate
securely.
refrigerant
pipe
insulation
sleeve
connection
cable
refrigerant
pipe
connection
cable 1
(for heat-pump)
probe cable
(for heat-pump)
condensed water
drain pipe
4. Press and push the lower part of
the indoor unit tightly against the
mounting plate.
4. If the piping is installed to the right,
the pipes, power cable and drain
hose must be lagged and secured
onto the rear of the unit with a pipe
connection.
5. Insert the pipe connection into the
relative slot.
2. Lag the pipe joints with insulating
material , securing it with vinyl
tape.
Covered by vinyl tape
NO
6. Press to join the pipe connection to
the base.
mounting plate
NO
17 Indoor Unit Installation
Indoor Unit Installation
18
Outdoor unit installation
2. The following procedure must be observed before connecting the pipes and
connecting cables : decide which is the best position on the wall and leave
enough space to be able to carry out maintenance easily.
3. Fasten the support to the wall using screw anchors which are particularly
suited to the type of wall.
4. Use a larger quantity of screw anchors than normally required for the
weight they have to bear to aviod vibration during operation and remain
fastened in the same position for years without the screws becoming loose.
5. The unit must be installed following the national regulations.
6. Do not install the outdoor unit near sources of heat, steam or flammable
gas.
7. Do not install the unit in too windy or dusty places.
Electrical connections
1. Take the cover away.
2. Connect the cable wires to the
terminal board using the same
numbering as in the indoor unit.
3. For the electrical connections, see
the wiring diagram on the back of
the cover.
4. Fasten the cables with a cableclamp.
9. Avoid installing the unit where it will be exposed to direct sunlight ( other
wise use a protection , if necessary, that should not interfere with the air
flow). Leave the spaces as shown in the picture for the air to circulate freely.
Screw the flare nuts to the outdoor unit
coupling with the same tightening
procedures described for the indoor
unit.
2. Connect the drain port and the
drain pipe. Pay attention that water
is drained in a suitable place.
19 Outdoor Unit Installation
To avoid leakage, pay attention to the
following points:
drain port
drain pipe
50
0
20
00
wiring diagram
on the back of
the cover
screw
remove
the upper
cover
connection pipes
1. Tighten the flare nuts using two
wrenches. Pay attention not to
damage the pipes.
2. If the tightening torque is not
sufficient , there will probably be
some leakage. With excessive
tightening torque there will also be
some leakage, as the flange could
be damaged.
1. Fasten the drain port in the 25mm
hole placed in the part of the unit
as shown in the picture.
0
6. Replace the covers.
Connecting the pipes
The condensed water and the ice
formed in the outdoor unit during
heating operation can be drained
away through the drain pipe.
300
30
5. An efficient earth connection must
be ensured.
8. Do not install the unit where people often pass. Select a place where the air
discharge and operating sound level will not disturb the neighbours.
10.Install the outdoor unit in a safe and solid place. If the outdoor unit is
Outdoor unit condensed water
drainage (only for heat pump
models)
500
1. The outdoor unit should be installed on a solid wall and fastened securely.
3. The surest system consists in
tightening the connection by using
a fix wrench and a torque
wrench:in this case use the table on
page 24.
flare nuts
liquid tap
gas tap
indoor unit
liquid valve
gas valve
service port nut
protection caps
Outdoor Unit Installation 20
Operation test
Installation diagram
Bleeding
Air and humidity left inside the
refrigerant circuit can cause
compressor malfunction. After having
connected the indoor and outdoor
units, bleed the air and humidity from
the refrigerant circuit by using a
vacuum pump.
Outdoor unit
vacuum pump
way valve diagram
connect to indoor unit
Outdoor unit
open position
connect to
outdoor unit
spindle
1. Unscrew and remove the caps
from the 2 - way and 3-way valves.
2. Unscrew and remove the cap from
the service port.
needle
valve core
service
port cap
3. Connect the vacuum pump hose to
the service port.
indoor
unit
refrigerant flow
direction
3 way valve
4. Operate the vacuum pump for 10
- 15 minutes until an absolute
vacuum of 10 mm Hg has been
reached.
2 way valve
(6) open 1/4 turn
(7) turn to fully
open the valve
(7) turn
to fully open
the valve
(1) turn
service
port nut
5. With the vacuum pump still in
(2) turn
operation , close the low - pressure (8)
tighten
knob on the vacuum pump
coupling. Stop the vacuum pump.
21 Outdoor Unit Installation
Indoor unit
Height should
be less than 5m
service port
Pipe length is
15 meters Max.
Height should
be less than 5m
Pipe length is
15 meters Max.
The air and humidity left inside the
refrigerant circulation can cause
compressor malfunction. After having
connected the indoor and outdoor
units, bleed the air and humidity from
the refrigerant circulation using a
vacuum pump.
6. Open the 2 - way valve by 1/4
turn and then close it after 10
seconds. Check all the joints for
leaks using liquid soap or an
electronic leak device.
Indoor unit
(2) turn
valve cap
(8) tighten
(8) tighten
7. Turn the body of the 2-way and 3way valves. Disconnect the
vacuum pump hose.
8. Replace and tighten all the caps
Final tests
1. Wind insulating covering around the joints of the indoor unit and fix it with
insulating tape.
2. Fix the exceeding part of the signal cable to the piping or to the outdoor
unit.
3. Fix the piping to the wall ( after having coated it with insulating tape) using
clamps or insert them into plastic slots.
4. Seal the hole in the wall through which the piping is passed so that no air
or water can fill..
Operation Test
22
Informations
Indoor unit test
Clamps
• Do the ON/OFF and FAN operate
normally?
• Does the MODE operate normally?
7k
9k
12k
15/18k
22/24k
28/30k
Liquid pipe diameter
1/4"
(o6)
1/4"
(o6)
1/4"
(o6)
1/4"
(o6)
3/8"
(o9,52)
3/8"
(o9,52)
3/8"
(o9,52)
3/8"
(o9,52)
3/8"
(o9,52)
½"
(o12)
5/8"
(o15,88)
5/8"
(o15,88)
3m
3m
3m
4m
4m
4m
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
20g/m
20g/m
20g/m
30g/m
30g/m
30g/m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
Gas pipe diameter
Piping
• Do the set point and TIMER function
properly?
• Does each lamp light normally?
Insulating covering
• Do the flap for air flow direction
operate normally?
Lenght of pipe with
standard charge
Maximum distance between
indoor and outdoor unit
Additional gas charge
Max. diff. in level between
indoor and outdoor unit
• Is the condensed water drained
regularly?
insulating
tape
Outdoor unit test
Type of refrigerant
Inverter Type
• Is there any abnormal noise or
vibration during operation?
Liquid pipe diameter
Piping
• Could the noise , the air flow or the
condensed water drainage disturb
the neighbours?
• Is there any coolant leakage?
Fixed-speed Type
Gas pipe diameter
Gasket
(outdoor)
(indoor)
Lenght of pipe with
standard charge
Maximum distance between
indoor and outdoor unit
Additional gas charge
The electronic controller allows the
compressor to start only three minutes
after voltage has reached the system.
Max. diff. in level between
indoor and outdoor unit
Type of refrigerant
9k
12k
15/18k
22/24k
1/4"
(o6)
1/4"
(o6)
1/4"
(o6)
3/8"
(o9,52)
3/8"
(o9,52)
3/8"
(o9,52)
½"
(o12)
5/8"
(o15,88)
3m
3m
4m
4m
15m
15m
15m
15m
20g/m
20g/m
30g/m
30g/m
5m
5m
5m
5m
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
Tightening torque for protection caps and flange connection
Pipe
1/4"
(o6)
3/8"
(o9,52)
1/2"
(o12)
5/8"
(o15,88)
23 Operation Test
Tightening torque Corresponding stress
(using a 20 cm wrench)
(n x m)
Tightening torque
(n x m)
15 - 20
wrist strength
Service port nut
7-9
31 - 35
arm strength
Protection caps
25 - 30
35 - 45
arm strength
75 - 80
arm strength
Informations 24
Indoor unit display
Cable wires specification
5k
Fixed-speed Type
Power supply cable
Connection supply
cable
Connection supply
cable
9k
12k
15/18k
22/24k
28/30k
sectional area
N
1,0mm²
AWG18
1,0mm²
AWG18
1,0mm²
AWG18
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1,5mm²
AWG16
2,5mm²
AWG14
H05RN-F
4,0mm²
AWG12
L
1,0mm²
AWG18
1,0mm²
AWG18
1,0mm²
AWG18
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1,5mm²
AWG16
2,5mm²
AWG14
H05RN-F
4,0mm²
AWG12
E
1,0mm²
AWG18
1,0mm²
AWG18
1,0mm²
AWG18
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1,5mm²
AWG16
2,5mm²
AWG14
H05RN-F
4,0mm²
AWG12
N
1,0mm²
1,0mm²
1,0mm²
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,5mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
L
1,0mm²
1,0mm²
1,0mm²
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,5mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
1
1,0mm²
1,0mm²
1,0mm²
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,5mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
2
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
3
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
0,75mm²
15/18k
22/24k
9k
Inverter Type
Power supply cable
7k
12k
2
3
5
sectional area
N
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1,5mm²
AWG16
2,5mm²
AWG14
L
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1,5mm²
AWG16
2,5mm²
AWG14
E
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1,5mm²
AWG16
2,5mm²
AWG14
N
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,5mm²
0,75mm²
L
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,5mm²
0,75mm²
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,5mm²
0,75mm²
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,0mm²
(1,5mm²)
1,5mm²
0,75mm²
1
Type for 220V of fuse used on indoor unit controller for 7K , 9K , 12K 15K , 16K , 18K , 22K , 24K , 30K is 50T
with rating 3.15 A , 250V Type for 110V of fuse used on indoor unit controller for 7K , 9K 12k is 50T with rating
3.15 A , 125V, ; Type of fuse used on inverter outdoor unit controller for 7K , 9K , 12K is 61T with rating 15 A ,
250V , for 18K , 22K , 24K is 65TS with rating 25A , 250V.
25 Informations
1
4
Nº
LED
Function
1
Power
Shows that the unit is powered
2
Sleep
Sleep mode
3
Temperature display (if present)
Indicates the set temperature ºC in or ºF
4
Timer
Timer mode
5
Run
Unit working
Indoor Unit Dusplay
26
Display functions
Auto-restart function
Emergency function
The appliance is preset auto - restart
function by manufacturer. With this
function the air conditioner can keep
the selected settings after a blackout or
a voltage drop.
If the remote control is lost,proceed as
follows: Lift the unit s front panel to
reach the emergency button of the
air conditioner.
To deactivate the AUTO-RESTART
function ,proceed as follows:
1. Switch the air conditioner off and
plug it off.
2. Press the emergency button
meanwhile plug it in.
3. Keep pressing the emergency
button for more than 10 seconds
until you hear four short beeps
from the unit. The AUTO-RESTART
function is off.
Emergency button
1. If you press the button once ( one
beep ), the air conditioner will work
in forced cooling function;
display PCB
2. if you press the button twice ( two
beeps ), the unit will work in forced
heating function.
3. To switch off the unit , you just need
to press the button again ( a single
long beep) . After 30 minutes in
forced function , the air conditioner
will automatically start working in
FEEL mode.
Emergency
button
front panel
4. To activate the AUTO - RESTART
function , follow the same
procedure until you hear three short
beeps from the unit.
Attention
The shape and position of the
emergency button may vary according
to the model, but their function is the
same.
27 Display Functions
Display Functions 28
Remote control
How to insert the batteries
Remove the cover from the battery
compartment , by sliding it in the
direction of the arrow. Insert the new
batteries, ensuring that the (+) and (-)
directions are correct. Refit the cover
by sliding it into place.
When you insert the batteries for the
first time in the remote control or if you
change them,you will see a DIP switch
under the back cover.
After adjusting the function, you need
to take out the batteris and repeat
again the procedure described above.
DIP switch Function
on position
ºC
The display is adjusted in degree celsius
ºF
The display is adjusted in degree fahrenheit.
Cool
The remote control is adjusted in only cooling mode
Heat
The remote control is adjusted in only heating mode
Attention
Use 2 LRO 3 AAA (1.5V) batteries. Do
not use rechargeable batteries.
Replace the old batteries with new
ones of the same type when the
display is no longer legible.
The remote control batteries must be
disposed of in accordance with the
applicable laws in force in the country
of use.
29 Remote Control
When you insert the batteries for the
first time in the remote control or if you
change them, you need to program
the remote control of only cooling or
heat pump air conditioners.
This is very easy:as soon as you insert
the batteries, the symbols (COOL )
and (HEAT ) start fashing. If you
push whatever button when the
symbol (COOL ) is displayed,the
remote control is adjusted in only
cooling mode . If you push whatever
button when the symbol (HEAT ) is
displayed, the remote control is
adjusted in heating mode.
1. Direct the remote control toward the
conditioner.
2. Check that there are no objects
between the remote control and the
receiver on the conditioner.
3. Never leave the remote control
exposed to the rays of the sun.
4. Keep the remote control at a
distance of at least 1m from the
television or other electrical
appliances.
Signal receptor
Attention
If you adjust the remote control in
cooling mode, it will not be possible to
activate the heating function in units
with heating pump. You need to take
out the batteries and repeat again the
procedure.
Remote Control 30
Remote control description
Recommendations for locating and using the remote control (if present)
The remote control may be kept in a wall-mounted holder
2
3
1
8
5
7
4
9
10
6
Nº
31 Remote Control
Button
Function
1
(Temp Up)
Increase the temperature or time by 1 unit
2
(Temp Dn)
Decrease the temperature or time by 1 unit
3
On/Off
To switch the conditioner on and off.
4
Fan
To select the fan speed of auto/low/mid/high
5
Timer
To set automatic switching-on/off
6
Sleep
7
Eco
To activate the function SLEEP
In cooling mode,press this button ,the temperature will increase 2
on the base of setting temperature. In heating mode, press this button,
the temperaturewill decrease 2 on the base of setting temperature.
8
Mode
9
Super
To select the mode of operation
In cooling mode, press this button, the unit will give the maximum
cooling temperature with 16 ºC. In heating mode, press this button,
the unit will give the maximum heating temperature with 31 ºC.
10
Swing
To activate or deactivate of the movement of the DEFLECTORS .
Remote Control Description 32
Remote control display
11
13
14
12
Nº
Nº
Button
11
Anti-mildew
Function
To activate the function ANTI-MILDEW
Symbols
Meaning
1
Feel mode indicator
2
Cooling indicator
3
Dehumidifying indicator
4
Fan only operation indicator
5
Heating indicator
6
Signal reception indicator
12
Display
To switch on/off the LED display (if present)
13
Healthy
To switch - on /off HEALTHY funtion.It is a button which controls the
ionizer or plasma generator only for inverter type.
7
Timer off indicator
14
Reset
To restart REMOTE CONTROL
8
Timer on indicator
9
Auto fan indicator
Attention
10
Low fan speed indicator
The unit confirms the correct reception of each press button with a beep.
11
Middle fan speed indicator
12
High fan speed indicator
33 Remote Control Description
Remote Control Display
34
Modes of operation
The conditioner is designed to create
the comfortable climatic conditions for
the people in the room.
It can cool and dehumidify (and heat
in models with heat pump) the air in a
completely automatic way.
Filter
Heat
exchanger
The air sucked by the fan enters from
the grill of the front panel and passes
through the filter, which keeps the
dust.Then it is conveyed the heat
exchanger and cooled and
dehumidified or heated through the
heat exchanger.
The heat removed from the room is
drained outside.
Nº
Symbols
Meaning
13
Sleep indicator
14
Comfortable sleep indicator (optional)
15
I feel indicator(optional)
16
Flap swing indicator
17
Flap and deflectors swing indicator
18
Super indicator
19
Healthy indicator
20
Eco indicator
21
Anti-mildew indicator
22
Battery indicator
23
Clock indicator
Fan
When the cycle has finished the fan
gives back the fresh air in the room;the
direction of the air outlet is regulated
by the flaps , which are motorized up
and down,and manually moved right
and left by the vertical deflectors.
“Swing” control of the air flow
The air outlet flow is uniformly
distributed in the room.
It is possible to position the direction of
the air in the optimal solution.
The key SWING activates the FLAP ,the
air flow is directed alternatively from
up to down . In order to guarantee an
even diffusion of the air in the room.
Attention
Some functions may not be present in this model.
35 Remote Control Display
Modes Of Operation 36
Heating mode
In cooling mode , orient the flaps in
horizontal direction.
The heating function allows the air
conditioner to produce hot air.
In heating mode, orient the flaps
downward as the warm air always
tends to rise upward.
The deflectors are positioned manually
and placed under the flaps .They allow
to direct the air flow rightward or
leftward.
This adjustment must be done with the
appliance switched off.
Attention
Never position Flaps manually, the
delicate mechanism activating them
could be seriously damagedNever insert your hand or objects in
the air outlet of the units. These units
contains a fan that turns at high
speed.
Cooling mode
The cooling function allows the air
conditioner to cool the room and at
the same time reduces the humidity in
the air.
To activate the cooling function
(COOL), press the MODE button until
the symbol (COOL ) appears on
the display. The cooling cycle is
activated by setting the keys or at a
temperature lower than that of the
room.
To optimize the functioning of the
conditioner, adjust the temperature (1)
, the speed (2) and the direction of the
air flow (3) by pressing the keys
indicated
37 Modes Of Operation
deflectors
‘flap’
movement
Deflectors
‘flaps’
To activate the heating function (HEAT),
press the MODE button until the
symbol
( HEAT ) appears on the
display.
With the keys or set a temperature
higher than that of the room.
To optimize the functioning of the
conditioner adjust the temperature (1),
the speed (2) and the direction of the
air flow (3) by pressing the keys
indicated
Attention
The appliance is fitted with a Hot Start
function, which delays appliance to
startup in a few seconds to ensure an
immediate output of hot air.
In HEATING operation, the appliance
can automatically activate a defrost
cycle, which is essential to free the
condenser from an excessive deposit
of frost .This procedure usually lasts
for 2-10 minutes during
defrosting,fans stop operation. After
defrosting ,it returns to HEATING
mode automatically.
Modes Of Operation 38
Timer mode - Timer ON
Fan mode
To set the automatic switching-on of
the air conditioner.
The conditioner works in only
ventilation.
To program the time start,the
appliance should be off. Press TIMER,
set the temperature with pressing the
key or ,press TIMER again , set the
time with pressing the key or ,
Press the key more times till on the
display you can read the time which
passes between the programming and
the timed start.
To set the FAN mode , Press MODE
untill (FAN ) appears in the
display. Whith pressing FAN button the
speed changes in the following
sequence: LOW/ MEDIUM/HIGH
/AUTO in FAN mode.
The remote control also stores the
speed that was set in the previous
mode of operation.
Before proceeding with the timed start
: program the working mode with the
key MODE (2) and the fan speed with
the key FAN (3). Switch the conditioner
off (with the key ON/OFF).
In FEEL mode (automatic) the air
conditioner automatically chooses the
fan speed and the mode of operation
(COOLING or HEATING).
1
Indoor display
To cancel the setted function ,press the
TIMER button again.
In case of power off,it is necessary to
set TIMER ON again.
Timer mode - Timer OFF
Dry mode
To set the automatic switching-off of
the air conditioner.
This function reduces the humidity of
the air to make the room more
comfortable.
The timed stop is programmed with the
appliance on. Press TIMER ,Set the time
pressing the key or ,press the key
more times till on the display you can
read the time which passes between
the programming and the timed stop.
To cancel the setted function, press the
TIMER button again.
In case of power off,it is necessary to
set TIMER OFF again.
39 Modes Of Operation
Attention
To set the DRY mode , Press MODE
untill (DRY ) appears in the
display . An automatic function of
alternating cooling cycles and air fan
is activated.
While the time was right settled,
the TIMER function of this remote
(clock function) can set by half
hours.
Modes Of Operation 40
Feel mode
Sleep mode
Automatic mode.
To activate the SLEEP mode of
operation, press the SLEEP button on
the remote control until the symbol
(AUTOQUIET) appears in the display.
AUTO QUIET The function SLEEP
automatically adjusts the temperature
to make the room more comfortable
during the night sleep . In cooling or
dry mode , the set temperature will
automatically raise by 1ºC every 60
minutes, to achieve a total rise of 2ºC
during the first 2 hours of work.
To activate the FEEL (automatic) mode of
operation, press the MODE button on the
remote control until the symbol (FELL )
appears in the display.
In the FEEL mode the fan speed and the
temperature are set automatically
according to the room temperature ttested
by the probe which is incorporated in the
indoor unit) to ensure user comfort.
To optimize the working of the conditioner,
adjust the temperature(only 2)(1), the speed
(2) and the direction of the air flow (3) by
pressing the buttons indicated.
Ambient
temp.
Operation mode
Auto temp.
Heating ( for heat pump type)
Fan (for cool only type)
23ºC
20ºC ~26ºC
Dry
18ºC
> 26ºC
Cool
23ºC
< 20ºC
In heating mode the set temperature is
gradually decreased by 2 during the
first 2 hours of work.
After 10 hours running in sleep mode
the air conditioner is swicthed off
automatically.
Indoor unit
41 Modes Of Operation
Modes Of Operation 42
Protective device
Wiring diagram
The protective device maybe trip and stop the appliance in the cases listed below.
INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
2
Cooling
Outdoor air temperature is over 43ºC
FOR 5K-7K-9K-12K-18K COOLING ONLY MODELS
POWER
SUPPLY E
BLUE
OUTDOOR UNIT
Room temperature is over 27ºC
YLW/GRN
WHITE
Outdoor air temperature is below -7ºC
NL 1 L N
BLUE
Heating
1N
BROWN
1
LNE
POWER
SUPPLY
YLW/GRN
Outdoor air temperature is over 24ºC
YLW/GRN
Model
BLUE
BROWN
Nº
1 LN
1N
BROWN
For T1 Climate condition models
OUTDOOR UNIT
N L
FOR 22K-24K-28K-30K COOLING ONLY MODELS
Room temperature is below 21ºC
3
Dry
INDOOR UNIT
INDOOR UNIT
Room temperature is below 18ºC
LN3 2 1
WHITE
YLW/GRN
RED
BLUE
YELLOW
1 LN
BLUE
YLW/GRN
WHITE
FOR INVERTER TYPE
9K-12K-18K-22K HEAT PUMP MODELS
BLUE
OUTDOOR UNIT
NL 1 LN
BROWN
1LN
YLW/GRN
43 Protective Device
BLUE
WHITE
LNE
After stopping and restarting the air coditioner or after changing the
mode during operation, the system does not restart immediately,
untill after 3 minutes (protection function for the compressor).
1 LN
BROWN
LN
POWER
SUPPLY
Attention
INDOOR UNIT
YLW/GRN
Room temperature is below 18ºC
FOR 22K-24K-28K-30K HEAT PUMP MODELS
INDOOR UNIT
BROWN
Dry
FOR 7K-9K-12K-18K HEAT PUMP MODELS
Outdoor air temperature is over 52ºC
Room temperature is below 21ºC
3
BROWN
Cooling
E N L
POWER
OUTDOOR UNIT
SUPPLY
Outdoor air temperature is below -7ºC
Room temperature is over 27ºC
2
OUTDOOR UNIT
NL L N 3 2 1
BLUE
Heating
1 2 3 N
YLW/GRN
1
POWER
SUPPLY
BLUE
Outdoor air temperature is over 24ºC
YLW/GRN
Model
Nº
YELLOW
LNE
RED
BROWN
For Tropical (T3) Climate condition models
BROWN
1 2 3N
E N L
POWER
SUPPLY
OUTDOOR UNIT
FOR INVERTER TYPE
9K-12K-18K-22K HEAT PUMP MODELS
The cable wires hasbeen connected to the main PCB of indoor unit by manufacturer according to
the model without terminal block, see the wiring diagram on the right part of the unit under the
front panel and the back of the outdoor cover.
Wiring Diagram 44
Maintenance
Periodic maintenance is essential for
keeping your air conditioner efficient.
Cleaning the heat exchanger
1. Open the front panel of the unit
and life it till its greatest stroke and
then unhooking it from the hinges
to make the cleaning easier.
Before carrying out any maintenance ,
disconnect the power supply by putting
the installation on/ off switch to off.
Indoor unit
2. Clean the indoor unit using a cloth
with the water (not higher than
40ºC) and neutral soap . Never use
aggressive solvents or detergents.
Antidust filters
1. Open the front panel following the
direction of the arrow.
2. Keeping the front panel raised with
one hand, take out the air filter with
the other hand.
3. If the battery of the outdoor unit is
clogged , remove the leaves and
the waste and remove the dust with
air jet or a bit of water.
3. Clean the filter with water ; if the
filter is soiled with oil,it can be
washed with warm water (not
exceeding 45ºC ). Leave to dry in a
cool and dry place.
End of season maintenance
4. Keeping the front panel raised with
one hand , insert the air filter with
the other hand
5. Close
The electrostatic and the deodorant
filter (if installed) cannot be washed or
regenerated and must be replaced
with new filters once every 6 months.
45 Maintenance
antidust filter
1. Disconnect the automatic switch or
the plug.
2. Clean and replace the filters.
3. On a sunny day let the conditioner
work in ventilation for some hours ,
so that the inside of the unit can dry
completely.
Replacing the batteries
Attention
When:
Use only new batteries. Remove the
• There is no confirmation beep from batteries from the remote control
the indoor unit.
when the conditioner is not in
operation.
• The LCD doesn t activate.
Do not throw batteries into common
How:
rubbish , they should be disposed of
• Take off the cover at back.
in the special containers situated in
the collection points.
• Place the new batteries respecting
the symbols + and - .
Maintenance 46
Solutions for problems
Malfunction
Malfunction
The appliance does not
operate
Possible causes
Power failure/plug pulled out
Damaged indoor/outdoor unit fan motor
Switch off the air
conditioner immediately
and cut off the power
supply in the event of:
Faulty compressor thermomagnetic circuit breaker
Possible causes
Strange noises during operation.
Faulty electronic control board
Faulty fuses or switches.
Spraying water or objects inside the appliance.
Faulty protective device or fuses.
Overheated cables or plugs.
Loose connections or plug pulled out
Very strong smells coming from the appliance.
It sometimes stops operating to protect the appliance.
Voltage higher or lower than the voltage range
Active TIMER-ON function
Damaged electronic control board
Strange odour
Dirty air filter
Noise of running water
Back flow of liquid in the refrigerant circulation
A fine mist comes from
the air outlet
This occurs when the air in the room becomes very cold,
for example in the COOLING or DEHUMIDIFYING/DRY modes.
A strange noise can be
heard
This noise is made by the expansion or contraction of the front
panel due to variations in temperature and does not indicate
a problem.
Insufficient airflow,
Unsuitable temperature setting.
Error signals on the display
In case of error, the display on the indoor unit shown the following error codes:
RUN lamp
Description of the trouble
flashes once
The fault of indoor temperature senser
flashes twice
The fault of indoor pipe temperature senser
flashes 6 times
Malfunction of indoor fan motor.
Obstructed air conditioner intakes and outlets.
Dirty air filter.
Fan speed set at minimum.
Other sources of heat in the room.
No refrigerant.
The appliance does not
respond to commands
Remote control is not near enough to indoor unit.
The batteries of remote control nearly has no power.
Obstacles between remote control and signal receiver in indoor unit.
The display is off
Active LIGHT function
Power failure
47 Solutions For Problems
Solutions For Problems 48
Technical specifications
Notes
COOL MODELS
OUTDOOR UNIT
WCS094TV2
WCS124TV2
WCS184TV2
WCS224TV2
INDOOR UNIT
WWS094TV2
WWS124TV2
WWS184TV2
WWS224TV2
W
W
W
W
*Color (W=White;S=Silver;M=Mirror)
Cycle
Cool
Cool
Cool
Cool
Cooling power (Btu/h)
9000
12000
18000
24000
Heating power (Btu/h)
Rated voltage (V)
-
-
-
-
220
220
220
220
Frequency (Hz)
60
60
60
60
Indoor unit width (mm)
770
770
900
1033
Indoor unit high (mm)
240
240
280
313
Indoor unit depth (mm)
180
180
202
202
Indoor unit net weight (kg)
8
8
11
14
Outdoor unit width (mm)
760
700
820
902
Outdoor unit high (mm)
552
552
605
650
Outdoor unit depth (mm)
256
256
300
307
Outdoor unit net weight (kg)
29
31
36
46
49 Technical Specifications
Notes 50
Notes
51 Notes
Notes
Notes 52
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