Mitsubishi Heavy Industries FDT100VD User`s manual

USER’S MANUAL
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD. PACKAGED AIR CONDITIONER
USER’S MANUAL
ENGLISH
MANUEL DE L’UTILISATEUR
FRANÇAIS
ANWENDERHANDBUCH
DEUTSCH
ISTRUZIONI PER L’USO
ITALIANO
MANUAL DEL PROPIETARIO
ESPAÑOL
GEBRUIKERSHANDLEIDING
NEDERLANDS
MANUAL DO UTILIZADOR
PORTUGUÊS
О∆НГІЕΣ ХРНΣНΣ
ЕΛΛΗNIKA
РУКОВОДСТВО ПО ЭКСПЛУАТАЦИИ
РУССКИЙ
Ceiling cassette −4 way− (FDT)
Ceiling cassette −4 way Compact (600×600mm)− (FDTC)
Duct connected −High static pressure− (FDU, FDUS)
Duct connected −Middle static pressure− (FDUM)
Ceiling Suspended (FDE)
KULLANIM KILAVUZU
This air conditioner complies with EMC Directive 2004/108/EC,
LV Directive 2006/95/EC.
CE marking is applicable to the area of 50 Hz power supply.
Dieses Kimagerä t erfü llt die EMC Direktiven 2004/108/EC, LV
Direktiven 2006/95/EC.
Die CE-Marke gilt für Bereiche mit einer Netzstromversorgung
von 50 Hz.
Este acondicionador de aire cumple con la directiva EMC:
2004/108/EC, LV Directiva 2006/95/EC.
La indicación CE sólo corresponde al área de suministro
eléctrico de 50 Hz.
Este aparelho de ar condicionado está em conformidade com a
Directiva EMC 2004/108/EC, a Directiva LV 2006/95/EC.
A marca CE aplica-se à zona de fornecimento de energia a
50 Hz.
Ce climatiseur est conforme à la Directive EMC: 2004/108/EC,
LV Directive 2006/95/EC.
La marque CE s’applique aux régions alimentées en courant
de 50 Hz.
Questo condizionatore d’aria è conforme alla Direttiva EMC:
2004/108/EC, LV Direttiva 2006/95/EC.
Il marchio CE è applicabile alla fascia di alimentazione 50 Hz.
Deze airconditioner voldoet aan EMC Directive 2004/108/EC,
LV Directive 2006/95/EC.
CE-markering is van toepassing op het gebied met een netstroom van 50 Hz.
Το κλιματιστικό συμμορφώνεται προς την οδηγία 2004/108/ΕΚ
περί ηλεκτρομαγνητικής συμβατότητας (EMC) και την οδηγία LV
2006/95/ΕΚ.
Tο οήμα CE ισχύει μόνον σε περιοχές όπου η τροφοδοσία είναι
50 Hz.
TÜRKÇE
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Thank you very much for your purchase of this packaged air conditioning system
produced by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Please read through this manual before
using the product and use the product appropriately according to the instructions in
the manual. After you have read the manual, store it with the warranty certificate in a
safe place. It will help you when you have questions or problems.
Do not vent R410A into the atmosphere: R410A is a fluorinated greenhouse gas,
covered by the Kyoto Protocol with a Global Warming Potential (GWP) = 1975.
The emission sound pressure level from each Indoor and Outdoor unit is under
70 dB(A).
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................................................................................1
HOW TO USE
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS
“WIRED REMOTE CONTROL” ...........................................................................................................................................2
HOW TO OPERATE ............................................................................................................................................................3
HOW TO PERFORM THE TIMER OPERATION .................................................................................................................3
Please read these “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS” before
starting to use this product and use the product
appropriately according to the instructions.
The precautions provided here are classified into “
DANGER” and “
CAUTION”. The “
DANGER” sections
describe potentially hazardous situations that may lead to
serious outcomes such as death and sericus injuries if the
product is mishandled. Note, however, that depending on the
situation, the items listed in the “
CAUTION” sections do
also have the potential of causing serious outcomes. Both
warnings and cautions provide you important information
related to safety ; please make sure to observe them.
The symbols used throughout the main text of this
manual have the following meaning.
marks mean danger, alarm, and caution. The
specified prohibited item is described in the
triangle. The left mark means “Shock hazard alarm”.
{ marks mean prohibited items. The specified
prohibited item is described in the circle or in the
vicinage.
z marks mean compulsory action or instruction.
The specified prohibited item is described in the
circle. The left mark means “Earth is needed”.
After you have read the manual, always store it where
other users can refer to at any time. If a new owner takes
over the system, make sure to pass this manual.
THE SELECTION OF TIMER MODE ...............................................................................................................................3
SETTING THE TIME.........................................................................................................................................................4
SLEEP TIMER MODE ......................................................................................................................................................4
OFF TIMER MODE...........................................................................................................................................................4
ON TIMER MODE ............................................................................................................................................................5
WEEKLY TIMER MODE ...................................................................................................................................................5
TIMER CANCELLATION MODE ......................................................................................................................................8
HOW TO OPERATE IN SILENT MODE ..............................................................................................................................8
HOW TO ADJUST THE LOUVER .......................................................................................................................................9
HOW TO SET THE AIRFLOW DIRECTION........................................................................................................................9
HOW TO OPERATE VENTILATION ..................................................................................................................................10
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS
DANGER
Make sure to have the installation done by your dealer
or a specialist.
If you install by yourself and the unit is not properly installed,
water leakage, electric shock, fire and injuries caused by the drop
of the unit may occur.
The preventive measures that the density of leaked
refrigerant does not exceed the limit is necessary in
case of installing the unit in a small room.
The leakage of refrigerant may cause oxygen deficiency accident.
Consult your dealer for the measures.
FOR COMFORTABLE USE ..............................................................................................................................................10
INSPECTION DISPLAY, FILTER SIGN, AIR CONDITIONER NUMBER, STANDBY AND ROOM TEMPERATURE
DISPLAY ...........................................................................................................................................................................11
< WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL >
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS
CAUTION
Make sure to perform grounding work.
Do not connect grounding wire to any gas pipe, water pipe,
conductor rods or telephones. Incomplete grounding may
cause electric shock through leakage of electricity.
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL.....................................................................................................................................11
HOW TO OPERATE ..........................................................................................................................................................12
CURRENT TIME SETTING PROCEDURE ......................................................................................................................12
ON – TIMER OPERATION ................................................................................................................................................12
OFF – TIMER OPERATION ..............................................................................................................................................12
PROGRAM TIMER OPERATION ......................................................................................................................................12
HOW TO ADJUST THE LOUVER ....................................................................................................................................13
FOR COMFORTABLE USE ..............................................................................................................................................13
CHECK INDICATION, FILTER SIGN ................................................................................................................................13
BACKUP BUTTON ............................................................................................................................................................14
FOR SMART USE
HOW TO MAINTAIN ..........................................................................................................................................................14
TROUBLE SHOOTING.....................................................................................................................................................15
NOTICE
PREPARATION OF HEATING ..........................................................................................................................................16
AUTO RESTART ...............................................................................................................................................................16
SETTING TO DISABLE BUTTON OPERATION ...............................................................................................................16
INSTALLATION, RELOCATION, AND INSPECTION MAINTENANCE.............................................................................16
OPERATION RANGE .......................................................................................................................................................16
Make sure to mount a leakage breaker.
Otherwise electric shock may occur. Please consult your
dealer or a specialist for the mounting.
Do not mount where flammable gas leakage can
happen.
If leaked gas stagnates in the unit, the gas may cause
fire.
Make sure to layout the drain pipe so that the water is
completely drained.
Otherwise, water may leak and wet household goods.
OPERATION PRECAUTIONS
DANGER
If the unit has been submerged under water due to a
natural disaster such as flood or typhoon, consult your
dealer before using it again.
If you use it as it stands, it may lead to failure, electric shock or fire.
If any abnormal symptom (scorched flavor etc.) is
found, cut off the power and stop the operation.
Then consult your dealer.
If you use it as it stands, it may lead to failure, electric shock or fire.
ENGLISH
One of the causes of poor cooling or poor heating
may be refrigerant leakage. Please consult your dealer.
If the repair requires additional refrigerant, determine the service
with the service staff. The refrigerant of air conditioner is not toxic.
Normally the refrigerant does not leak. But if it leaks and contacts
fire such as fan heater, space heater or cooking heater, it may
produce toxic chemicals.
Do not insert fingers or sticks even if air blower does
not operate.
It may suddenly operate and cause injuries.
CAUTION
Do not use for particular purpose such as the storage
of food, animals and plants, precision apparatus and
arts etc.
Storage goods may degrade.
Do not operate the button with wet hand.
It may cause electric shock.
When a burning appliance is used together with the
unit, ventilate frequently.
If ventilation is not sufficient, it may cause oxygen deficiency
accident.
Do not place a burning appliance where the airflow from
the unit is directly blown.
It may cause the imperfect combustion of the equipment.
Make sure that the unit installation foundation is not
damaged due to long-term use.
If it is left to stand, the unit may fall down causing injury.
Do not wash the unit with water, nor place a vase with
water on the unit.
It may cause electric shock or ignition.
Do not install the unit where the airflow is directly
blown to animals and plants.
They may suffer from adverse effect.
Before cleaning, make sure to stop operation and
cut off the power.
The fan inside rotates at high speeds.
Make sure to use proper size of fuse.
Using steel wire or copper wire may lead to failure or fire.
Do not store a flammable spray etc. near the unit, nor
blow directly to the unit.
It may lead to fire.
Before maintenance, make sure to stop operation and
cut off the power.
The fan inside rotates at high speeds.
Do not expose yourself directly to cooled air flow for a long
time or cool too much.
It may be cause of deconditioning or health disorder.
When the unit isn’t used for a long-term, cut off the
power.
The accumulation of dirt may lead to heat generation or fire.
But, before resuming the operation, turn on the unit for six hours
beforehand to save harmless.
Do not insert fingers or sticks into the air inlet or outlet
grilles.
It may cause injuries because of the fan rotating at high
speed.
Do not place any other electric appliances or household
goods below or around the air conditioner.
Dripping from the unit may lead to failure or contamination.
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Do not touch the aluminum fin.
Otherwise it may lead to injuries.
Do not clean the inside of the indoor unit by yourself.
Make sure to consult your dealer or user inquiry
counter specified by our company.
If you select incorrect detergent or improper method, resin parts
may be damaged and lead to water leakage. If the detergent is
dropped on the electric component or motor, it may lead to failure,
smoking or ignition.
Do not place objects on the outdoor unit, nor mount on
it.
It may lead to injuries resulting from dropping or falling.
During the operation or maintenance, do not use an
unstable footrest.
It may lead to injuries resulting from falling.
During thunderstorm, stop the operation and turn off
the switch.
A lightning strike may lead to failure.
After several seasons of operating, inspections and
maintenances are required except routine care and
cleaning.
Accumulated dirt or dust inside the indoor unit may cause odor,
water leakage through the clogging of water discharging pipe for
dehumidification. Specialized information and skills are required for
inspections and maintenances. Therefore contact your dealer.
PRECAUTIONS FOR RELOCATION OR REPAIRING
CAUTION
Never perform any modification. Contact your dealer for
repairing.
Improper repairing may lead to water leakage, electric
shock or fire. Normally the refrigerant does not leak. But if it leaks
and contacts fire such as fan heater, space heater or cooking
heater, it may produce toxic chemicals. When repairing refrigerant
leakage, determine the service with the service staff that the repair
has been finished without fault.
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS (WIRED REMOTE CONTROL)
Wired remote control
• The figure below shows the remote control with the cover opened. Note that the items in the liquid
crystal display (LCD) area are shown for explanation purpose.
Pull the cover downwards to open.
Ventilation display
Weekly timer display
Displayed during ventilation operation
☞ See page 10
Displays the settings of the
weekly timer.
If it is required to relocation and reinstall the unit, consult
your dealer or a specialist.
Improper installation of air conditioning unit may cause
water leakage, electric shock and/or fire.
Central control display
Displayed when the air conditioning system is
controlled by centralized remote control.
Before repairing or checking indoor unit, be sure to turn
off “Indoor unit power supply breaker”.
It can result in electric shock or injury due to rotation of
indoor unit fan if you perform check or repair with the “Indoor unit
power supply breaker” turned on.
Timer operation display
Operation setting display area
Displays setting temperature, airflow
volume, operation mode and operation
message.
Displays the timer operation setting.
Operation/check indicator light
During operation: Lit in green
In case of error: Flashing in red
Temperature setting buttons
Place the panels removed for repairing or checking on
the stable spot.
Otherwise, dropping or falling may lead to injury.
Do not place any object around the outdoor unit, nor
allow fallen leaves to pile up.
Fallen leaves may induce insects and worms in them, and
they may lead to failure, ignition or smoking by touching electric
components.
Do not use with inlet/outlet grilles or other panel
removed.
Otherwise, it may lead to injuries.
Do not operate or stop the unit by using the power
supply switch.
It may lead to fire or water leakage.
If auto restart is set effectively, the fan may rotate suddenly
causing injuries.
Do not touch blowout port when the swing louver
moves.
Otherwise, it may lead to injuries.
Do not strain the remote control cord.
A part of core wire may be cut off causing electric leakage.
Do not use water heater etc. near the indoor unit or
remote control.
If a Vapor-generating appliance is used near them, it may
lead to water drop causing electric leakage or short circuit.
Do not use the unit where powder or fiber is floating.
Fine powder or fiber passing through the air filter may
stagnate inside the unit and lead to electric leak or short
circuit.
Operation/stop button
These buttons are used to set the
temperature of the room.
This button is used to operate and stop
the air conditioning system.
Press the button once to operate the
system and press it once again to stop
the system.
Timer button
This button is used to set
the timer mode.
☞ See page 3
MODE button
This button is used to change the
operation mode.
Timer setting buttons
FAN SPEED button
These buttons are used to set
the timer mode and the time.
☞ See page 3 to 10
This button is used to set the airflow
volume.
VENT button
GRILL button
This button is used to operate external
ventilator. ☞ See page 10
This button has no function.
When this button is pressed,
(Invalid Operation)
is displayed,but it does not mean a failure.
LOUVER button
This button is used to operate/stop the
swing louver. ☞ See page 9
AIR CON No. button
•Display the indoor unit number connected to this
remote control.
•This button is used for indoor unit address setting.
SET button
CHECK button
This button is used at servicing.
TEST button
This button is used during test operation.
•This button is used to fix the setting.
•This button is used to set the silent mode.
☞ See page 3 to 10
RESET button
•Press this button while making settings to go back to the
previous operation. ☞ See page 3 to 10
•This button is also used to reset the “FILTER CLEANING” display.
(Press it after cleaning the air filter)
Do not place objects under the unit which must avoid
being exposed to water.
Over 80 percent humidity or the clogging of drain pipe may
damage them through dew dropping.
PRECAUTIONS FOR WASTE DISPOSAL
Your Air Conditioning product may be marked with this symbol. It means that waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE as in directive 2002/96/EC) should not be mixed with general household waste. Air
conditioners should be treated at an authorized treatment facility for re-use, recycling and recovery and
not be disposed of in the municipal waste stream. Please contact the installer or local authority for more
information.
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< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
ATTENTION • Turn on the power supply of both indoor/outdoor units for six hours before starting the unit to protect the units. (The crank
case heater is energized in order to heat up the compressor.) Do not turn off the power supply. (The crankcase heater is
conducted while the compressor is stopped, preventing failure of the compressor due to accumulation of liquid refrigerant by
keeping the compressor warm.)
Fan speed Operation
Setting
temperature mode mode
1
Press
HOW TO PERFORM THE TIMER OPERATION
THE SELECTION OF TIMER MODE
1
button.
Press
• With auto operation,
heating and cooling is
automatically changed
depending on difference
between the setting
temperature and sucking
room air temperature.
3
4
Guideline for room temperature setting
COOL ...............26 to 28°C
DRY ..................21 to 24°C
HEAT ................22 to 24°C
FAN...................Setting unnecessary
• The settings of operation change, temperature
and air flow volume adjustment can be changed
even when the air conditioner is stopped. When a
button is pressed while the operation is stopped,
the corresponding display is turned on and you can
change the setting. The display turns on for three
seconds after changing the setting, then turns off
automatically.
2
Press
] (lit)
By pressing ▼ or ▲ button, it is possible to choose the item to set.
] (set to current time)
È
[
heating
operation
] (Every operation, the unit stops operation
after the certain period has elapsed.)
È
] (The unit stops operating at the setting
time.)
[
room setting
temperature
È
FAN SPEED button.
] (The unit starts operating at the setitng
time.)
È
button to set the room temperature.
] (Timer set by one week)
[
1 2 3
È
[
] (Cancel the timer setting)
If you press the ▲ button, the display of the following timer modes
is switched in the upwards direction. If you press the
RESET button, timer mode ends and return to original satus.
3
at 4-speed
The unit operates with the maximum fan speed.
5
]
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Press TEMP button.
or
]
[
[
[
[
cooling operation
The range of fan speed modes is displayed according to the model
of indoor unit.
At 4-speed .............“
↔
↔
↔
”
↔
↔
”
At 3-speed .............“
↔
” or “
↔
”
At 2-speed .............“
At 1-speed .............The operation is invalid
Operation mode
DRY
COOL
FAN
HEAT
AUTO
Display area :
[
Press
54 2
TIMER button.
MODE button.
The range of operation mode is displayed according to the model
of indoor unit.
Every time the button is pressed, the display changes in the
following order dry Æ cool Æ fan Æ heat Æ auto.
(EXAMPLE display for auto-operation enabled)
1
3
Press
It enters the timer mode.
“Current day of the week” and “Current time ” are displayed.
[EXAMPLE] Monday : 10 o’clock in the morning
The unit starts operating.
2
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
Press
SET button.
The selected timer mode is set.
For setting of each timer mode ,See next page and thereafter.
Press
LOUVER button.
If the indoor unit is equipped with the auto swing function, press
the
LOUVER button once and current louver status is
displayed.
If the indoor unit is not equipped with the auto swing function, the
message “
” is displayed.
• For the louver operation ☞ See page 9 to 10
A Press
LOUVER button, and change the display to


• For the louver stopping ☞ See page 9 to 10
A Press once while the louver is operating to display stop
positions in order.
B Press the button once more at the preffered stop position to
stop the louver at that position.
Effective stop position ☞ See page 9 to 10
At automatic operation:................................. middle
At cooling/dehumidifying operation:.............. Horizontal
At heating operation: .................................... downwards
Stop
Press
button
The possible combination of the timer function is mentioned in the
following table.
Functions of each timer operation
• Sleep timer
When the setting time elapses, the unit stops operating.
10 settings are available, from “an hour later OFF” to “10
hours later OFF”.
The unit will stop when the setting time is reached.
• OFF timer
The unit stops operating at the setting time.
You can set only one time at a time.
• ON timer
The unit starts to operate at the setting time. You can set
the temperature at the same time. You can set only one
time at a time.
• Weekly timer
Up to four times of timer operation (ON timer/OFF timer)
are available for each day of the week.
Once Weekly timer is set, the unit performs the same
operation every week.
Combination of modes that can be set together
({: possible ×: impossible)
Sleep timer OFF timer
Sleep timer
×
OFF timer
×
ON timer
{
{
Weekly timer
×
×
ON timer
Weekly timer
{
×
{
×
×
×
• If you select a combination of modes that cannot be set together
SET button, the message “
and press the
(invalid operation)” is displayed for 3 seconds and then the
display return to the one selected in step 2.
NOTICE
NOTICE
” is displayed when any
• There may be a case that “
button mentioned in the above is pressed, but it is not a malfunction.
In that case, the operation of the button is prohibited.
• When you start to operate for the first time after turning the power
supply on, the unit starts to operate as below. You can change the
setting as you like.
Central control ......................Turned off
Operation changeover .......... With auto mode : auto cooling
Without auto mode : cooling
Set temperature ...................23°C
Fan speed ............................
Louver position .....................Horizontal
• If you press the
button while timer mode is operative, timer mode is finished and the display will return
to the original display. Note that the setting which has not completed is canceled.
• If you have set the ON timer mode and either the OFF timer or Sleep timer mode at the same time, the OFF timer
(or Sleep timer) shows preference to the ON timer.
• If you press the
Timer button and “
” is displayed, the button can not be operated because the
button operation is disabled. If you want to make the button effective , consult your dealer.
• If you do not press any button for several minutes after pressing the
returns to the original display.
Timer button, Timer mode ends and
• If a power failure occurs, the specified timer settings will be canceled except Sleep timer. Weekly timer setting will
return to the condition that all days of the week selected as “holidays”.
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< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
SETTING THE TIME
SLEEP TIMER MODE
Timer operation is performed based on the time of the clock which is set by the following steps. Make sure to
set the time to the current time correctly.
1
Press
After certain period has elapsed, the unit stops operating.
• Sleep timer
The unit stops operating at each setting time once it is set.
TIMER button.
7
2
Press
[
[
[
3
1 3 2
• •
5 4
•
6
3
]
[
(▼ flashes)
[
[
4
6
]
5
] (current time)
]
SET button.
The day of the week is fixed, and the flashing of ▼ mark turns to
lighting stably.
“current time” is displayed by flashing in the ON timer display area,
and “
” is displayed in the display area.
1 2•4 3•5
NOTICE
• If you press
button while timer mode
is operative, timer mode is canceled and the
display will return to the original display.
• If you do not press any button for several minutes
after entering the timer mode, the timer mode
ends and returns to the original display.
SET button.
“
“
” flashes,
” lights.
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Press
”
SET button.
Sleep timer has been set.
The air conditioner starts operating if it is stopped when the sleep
timer is set.
” is displayed in the display area, it returns to
After “
step 2.
<When “Ten hours later OFF” is set >
“
” (lights)
” (lit for two seconds)
“
È
“
” (lights)
“
” (lit)
The time left is displayed by one hour as time passes off after the
setting.
When the setting time elapses, the unit stops operating.
Every operation, the unit stops operation after the certain period
has elapsed.
Align the ▼ mark above the day of the week to the current
day of the week.
If you press the
RESET button, the remote control will return to
”.
the previous screen and display “
”
The display changes as below. Set as you like.
“
”⇔“
”~“
”⇔“
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Press
”Æ“
Press
]
Press ▲ and ▼ mark to move to the right and the left respectively.
4
TIMER button.
Press ▼ button once.
[EXAMPLE]
]
SET button.
The display area shows :
Press
“
It enters the timer mode.
“Current day of the week” and “Current time” are displayed.
Display area :
1
2
6
Press
button.
1
2
Press
TIMER button.
The timer mode is finished.
OFF TIMER MODE
5
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
The unit stops operating at the setting time.
This setting is effective for only once.
Set to the current time.
If you press the
step 1.
6
Press
RESET button, the remote control return to
Press
]Æ[
[
3
SET button.
Press
[EXAMPLE]
The flashing for time display turns to lighting stably, and
” is displayed to show that the current time is set.
“
Two seconds later, it returns to step 1, and “
” is
displayed.
7
Press ▼ button twice.
6 4
]Æ[
]
SET button.
“
“
” flashes,
” lit.
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Set the time at which you want to stop the operation.
• Set “Hour”
If you press ▲ or ▼ button for a while, “Hour” display is changed
by one hour, and stops when you stop pressing.
button.
The timer mode is finished.
• Set “Minute”
If you press ▲ or ▼ button, the display increases or decreases
by ten minutes.
5
1 2•4 3•5
• If you press
button while timer mode is operative,
timer mode is canceled and the display will return to the
original display. Note that the setting which has not been
completed is canceled.
• If you do not press any button for several minutes after
entering the timer mode, the timer mode ends and returns
to the original display.
NOTICE
start operation. If you would like to operate the
air conditioner, press ON/OFF button before
hand to turn on.
• If you press
button while timer mode
is operative, timer mode is canceled and the
display will return to the original display.
• If you do not press any button for several minutes
after entering the timer mode, the timer mode
ends and returns to the original display.
SET button.
OFF timer has been set.
After “
” is displayed in the display area, it returns
to step 2.
<If set to 6:00 PM >
” (lit)
“
“
” (lights for two seconds)
↓
“
”(lit)
“
” (lit)
The unit stops operating at 6:00 PM.
The time display is also turned off.
ATTENTION Once the OFF timer is set, it is not possible to
NOTICE
Press
6
Press
button.
The timer mode is finished.
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HOW TO PERFORM THE TIMER OPERATION
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
ON TIMER MODE
WEEKLY TIMER MODE
The unit starts to operate at the set time. It is possible to set temperature at which you want to start the operation.
Selection of Weekly timer mode
One setting results in one operation only.
Up to four schedules with timer operation (ON timer/OFF timer) are available for each day of the week.
1
2
Note : Set time every month in Weekly timer mode.
Press
TIMER button.
Press ▼ button for three times.
] Æ [
]
[
[
10 3
8
4
1 2
•
4
•
6
3
•
5
•
7
•
9
Press
[EXAMPLE]
] Æ [
“
“
3
4
• ON timer and either Sleep timer or OFF timer are
set together, the temperature of ON timer is not
displayed.
• ON timer and either Sleep timer or OFF timer are
set together, OFF timer (or Sleep timer) shows
preference.
] Æ
”is displayed in the display area.
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
By pressing ▲ or ▼ button, it is possible to choose the item to set.
” (for setting the timer)
↕
” (for setting the selected day of the week to
holiday)
↕
Press
SET button.
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Press
Press
“
1 2•4 3•5
NOTICE
• If you press
button while timer mode
is operative, timer mode is canceled and the
display will return to the original display.
• If you do not press any button for several minutes
after entering the timer mode, the timer mode
ends and returns to the original display.
5
or
Press
SET button.
10 Press
button.
The timer mode is finished.
SET button.
WEEKLY TIMER SETTING
1
In the Weekly timer mode, select “
and press SET button confirm.
”
☞ See step 1 to 5 in the above “Selection of Weekly timer mode”
“
“
2
button to set temperature.
ON timer is set, and after “
” is displayed, it returns
to step 2.
<If set to 10:00 AM >
“
” (lit)
“
” (lights)
È
“
” (lit)
” (lights)
“
Set temperature is displayed only in case it is set.
The unit starts to operate at setting time with set temperature.
The time display is turned off.
Press
” (for checking the timer setting and canceling
individual settings)
The selected mode is fixed.
SET button.
If you press the
RESET button, the remote control will
return to the previous screen.
9
] Æ [
]
SET button.
“
If you press
or
button, the display increases or
decreases by 1°C.
Set temperature at which you want to start the operation.
NOTICE
Press
“
The left display is displayed in the display area.
<If set to 10:00 AM >
“
”(lit)
“27°C” (The current set temperature is displayed flashing)
“
” (lit)
• If you press the
button while timer
mode is operative, timer mode is canceled and
the display will return to the original display.
• If you do not press any button for several
minutes after entering the timer mode, the timer
mode ends and returns to the original display.
] Æ [
]Æ[
“
Press ▼ button and “
” is displayed
Press ▲ button and “
” is displayed
Select either of the above two.
• Go to step 7 if temperature is set.
• Go to step 9 if set temperature is not set.
8
Press ▼ button for four times.
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
RESET button, the remote control will
If you press the
return to the previous screen.
7
2
TIMER button.
[
[
” flashes,
” lit.
ON timer has been set.
The left display is displayed in the display area.
<If set to 10:00 AM >
“
” (lit)
“
” (lit)
6
Press
SET button.
Set the preferred time to start the operation
• Set “Hour”
If you press ▲ or ▼ button for a while, “Hour” display is changed
by one hour, and stops when you stop pressing.
• Set “Minute”
If you press ▲ or ▼ button, the display increases or decreases
by ten minutes.
5
1
] Æ
2•4•6•8•10
3•5•7•9•11•13
3
Number 1 :
Number 3 :
Number 4 :
* Four operations can be set
with only ON timer or only OFF
timer.
Set the ▼ mark above the day of the week to the day to be set
for timer setting. Press ▲ and ▼ to move to the right and left
respectively, ▲ and ▼ will move flashing.
If you press the ▲ button when the “▼” marks are displayed on
from “MON” to “FRI”, and then “SUN” to “SAT” (every day) with
flash, this can be used to apply the same schedule on these days.
Press
SET button.
“▼” mark above the day of the week is switched to light, and is fixed.
“
” is displayed as the left display.
4
Number 2 :
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Press
RESET button to return to “selecting Weekly
timer mode screen”, and “
” is displayed.
☞ See the above step 3.
<In case Monday is set>
[EXAMPLE]
” (▼ is flashing)
” is displayed in the display area.
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Up to four schedules can be set for each day. Select the timer
schedule number you want to set. Set either ON timer or OFF
timer for each single operation. (See the left EXAMPLE ).
Press ▼ button to make the ◄ mark next to the number flash and
move downwards.
Press the ▲ button to move the mark upwards.
1◄
2
3
4
Press the
RESET button to return to step 1 display.
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HOW TO PERFORM THE TIMER OPERATION
5
Press
6
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Press ▼ button and “
Press ▲ button and “
Select either of the above two.
Press the
7
<When “
8
After “
” is displayed, “
1
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
By pressing ▲ or ▼ button, it is possible to choose the item to set.
“
” is displayed.
” is displayed.
↕
SET button.
2
Press
” (Timer mode ends)
SET button.
In case “
” is selected, “
” is
displayed.
Repeat step 3 and onward of Weekly timer setting on page 5.
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Press
” (selecting the next day of the week)
“
RESET button to return to the step 3 display.
” is displayed
Press the
” (selecting the next timer operation number
for the same day of the week)
↕
Set the time.
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” is displayed.
“
Press
“
” is selected>
Next setting and Exiting Weekly timer Mode
SET button.
◄ mark next to a number is switched to light.
” or “
” is displayed.
“
The settings so far are effective and the display changes as shown
on the left.
” is selected, “
” is
In case “
displayed.
Repeat step 1 and onward of Weekly timer setting on page 5.
RESET button to return to the step 5 display.
SET button.
In case “
” is selected, timer mode is ended.
Time display is switched to light, and is fixed.
In case of OFF timer setting, setting process is completed on
this step.
1 2
Æ
) under the day of the week which
A “_” mark is lit (
you set and the display appears as the left diagram.
Proceed to “„Next setting and Exiting Weekly timer Mode” on the
right page.
In case of ON timer setting, “
proceed to step 10.
” is displayed,
10 Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Select either “
11 Press
” or “
”.
SET button.
In case “
” has been selected, ON timer setting
process is completed.
Æ
) under the day of the week which
A “_” mark is lit (
you set and the display appears as the left diagram.
Proceed to “„Next setting and Exiting Weekly timer Mode” on the
right page.
NOTICE
In case “
” has been selected, “
is displayed; Proceed to step 12.
• If you press
12 Press the temperature setting buttons
Display after Weekly timer Modes Setting
”
or
.
button while timer
mode is operative, timer mode is canceled and
the display will return to the original display.
• If you do not press any button for several
Press the
or the
button to increase or decrease by
1°C.
Set the temperature of operation starting.
minutes after entering the timer mode, the
timer mode ends and returns to the original
Press the
display.
13 Press
reset button to return to the display “
”.
• If you select a day of the week for which setting
SET button.
ON timer setting with start-up temperature has been
completed.
The temperature display switches from flashing to lighting
stably.
Æ
) under the day of the week which
A “_” mark is lit (
you set and the display appears as the left diagram.
Proceed to “„Next setting and Exiting Weekly timer Mode” on the
right page.
• The day of the week set is underlined.
• The ▼ mark is displayed above the current day of the week.
• The display of all the timer operation numbers set for the
current day is turned on. The ◄ mark indicates the next
setting number to be activated, and the set time is displayed.
• The timer operations are executed in order, and the number
and time display is turned off when all the timer operations
for the current day is completed.
have already been made, all the timer numbers
that have been set are displayed. And the details
of the timer setting for the number which has “◄”
mark is displayed. You can modify the selected
setting by overwriting it.
• In case you set ON timer and OFF timer operating
at the same time, OFF timer will be effective.
• If the same two time are set for ON timer on the
same day, the lower number shows preference.
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HOW TO PERFORM THE TIMER OPERATION
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
Weekly timer Holiday Setting
Weekly timer Checking
It is possible to disable the timer settings temporarily which has been already set by applying Holiday Set on
a particular day of the week. When the Holiday Setting is cancelled, the timer setting is enabled again.
1
1
☞ See “Selecting Weekly timer setting” step 1 to 5 on page 5.
The display shows the detailed timer operation setting
information of the smallest timer operation number on the day
”
of the week as showm on the left. (But if not set, “
is displayed.)
”.
☞ See “Selecting Weekly timer setting” step 1 to 5 on page 5.
“
” is displayed in the display area
(▼ is flashing)
“
4 2
3
” is displayed.
2
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Move the “▼” mark displayed above the days of week to the
day which you want to set as Holiday.
Press ▲ and ▼ to move to the right and left respectively.
If you press the ▲ button when the “▼” marks are displayed on
from “MON” to “FRI”, and then “SUN” to “SAT” (every day) with
flash. This can be used in case you would like to apply Holiday
setting on these days.
3
Press
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Detailed timer operation setting are displayed in accordance with
the timer operation you have selected.
Press ▼ button to display from Sunday and the lowest timer
operation number.
Press ▲ button to display the settings in the reverse order.
2
In case press the
RESET button, the remote control will
”.
return to the previous screen and display “
2 3
”.
“
In the Weekly timer mode, select and set
“
In the Weekly timer mode, select and set
3
Press
button.
Timer mode ends.
SET button.
The “▼” mark above the day of the week switches from flashing
to lighting stably, the day set as a holiday is lit with ( ) , and the
following is displayed.
[
“
] (lit)
” (lit for two seconds)
Weekly timer Mode Setting Canceling
It is possible to cancel Weekly timer mode settings of each day of the week, as well as individual timer operation number.
See “Timer Operation Cancellation Mode” on page 8 to cancel settings of all days of week.
È
[
] (lit)
”(lit)
“
After the holiday setting has been completed, the remote control
returns to step 1. Repeat step 2 and 3 to continue setting further
holidays.
1
☞ See “Selecting Weekly timer setting” step 1 to 5 on page 5.
The display shows the detailed timer operation setting information
of the smallest timer operation number on the day of the week as
showm on the left.
NOTICE
If you set a day of the week for which no timer operation is set,
“
” is displayed for two seconds and the display returns
to the one shown in step 1.
4
Press
5
2
button.
Timer mode ends.
Canceling Holiday Setting
1
In the Weekly timer mode, select and set
Press ▼ button to display from Sunday and the lowest timer
operation number.
“
Press ▲ button to display the settings in the reverse order.
”.
Select the timer operation number on a day of the week you
want to cancel.
2 3
•
4
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Move the “▼” mark displayed above the day of week to the
day on which you want to cancel Holiday setting.
Select a day of the week that has been set as holiday.
3
Press
If you press the
RESET button, the remote control will
”.
return to the previous screen, and display “
3
[
“
NOTICE
] (lit)
[
” (lit)
“
After the holiday setting has been canceled, the remote control
returns to step 1. Repeat step 2 and 3 to continue canceling
further holiday settings.
4
Press
Timer mode ends.
button.
SET button.
” is displayed.
If you press the
RESET button, the remote control will
return to the previous screen, and display “
”.
] (lit)
” (lit for two seconds)
È
NOTICE
Press
“
SET button.
( ) display is turned off and the following is displayed.
• If you press
button while timer mode
is operative, timer mode is canceled and the
display will return to the original display.
• If you do not press any button for several
minutes after entering the timer mode, the timer
mode ends and returns to the original display.
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Detailed timer opetation setting are displayed in accordance with
the timer operation you have selected.
☞ See “Selecting Weekly timer setting” step 1 to 5 on page 5.
2
In the Weekly timer mode, select and set
“
”.
• If you press
button while timer mode
is operative, timer mode is canceled and the
display will return to the original display.
• If you do not press any button for several
minutes after entering the timer mode, the timer
mode ends and returns to the original display.
4
Press
SET button.
“
” is displayed, and the displayed detail timer operation
settings disappears and is canceled.
È
“
” is displayed again.
Repeat step 2 to 4 to continue canceling other settings.
5
Press
button.
Timer mode ends.
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HOW TO PERFORM THE TIMER OPERATION
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
TIMER CACELLATION MODE
HOW TO OPERATE IN SILENT MODE
SILENT MODE
1
Press
TIMER button.
Timer mode begins.
The current “The day of the week” and “the current time” are
displayed.
[
“
“
7 2
1
When the silent mode is set, the unit operates more silently reducing noise from the outdoor unit.
The system applies the silent operation mode at the starting time to be set, and finish it after certain period has
passed.
Once the system is set to operate with the silent mode, the setting is applied everyday until it is canceled.
Silent Mode Setting
1
]
”
☞
”
“
2
È
(▼ first press)
”
(▼ second press)
”
(▼ third press)
”
(▼ fourth press)
”
(▼ fourth press)
3
È
“
“
3
Press
4
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
By pressing ▲ or ▼ button, it is possible to choose the item to cancel.
“
”
↕
“
”
↕
”
“
↕
“
1 3
•
5
•
7
” (canceling all days of the week)
If you press the
RESET button, the remote control will
”.
return to the previous screen, and display “
(step 2 above)
5
Press
”,“
” or “
” was
SET button.
The detailed setting of selected timer mode are displayed
as shown below.
(But if not set, “
” is displayed)
<Display EXAMPLE when “
In case “
5
Press
SET button.
The settings are displayed as shown below.
(But if not set, “
” is displayed)
” is selected>
2
•
4
•
6
•
8
” was selected.
All the Weekly timer setting will be canceled if you proceed the
following steps.
To cancel a part of the timer setting, please see “Canceling
Weekly timer Mode Setting” on page 7.
Press
” is displayed.
” is displayed.
RESET button, the remote control return to
SET button.
The following setting is displayed.
SET button.
“
“
Timer Cancellation Mode begins.
4
” (lit)
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
If you press the
the original screen.
È
2•4 3•5•6
” or “
If ▼ button is pressed, “
If ▲ button is pressed, “
Select “
”.
È
“
SET button for three seconds or more.
“
È
“
Press
The remote control goes into silent mode setting and the following
is displayed.
”
”
In the timer mode, set the current day of the week
and current time.
See page 4 step 1 to 7
Press ▼ button for five times.
“
In case “
selected.
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
5
” (flashing)
” (lit)
Press ▲ or ▼ button.
Set the “ON TIME”.
• Set “Hour”
If you press ▲ or ▼ button for a while, “Hour” display is changed
by one hour, and stops when you stop pressing.
• Set “Minute”
If you press ▲ or ▼ button, the display increases or decreases
by ten minutes.
If you press the
RESET button, the remote control return to
” display.
the “
6
Press
SET button.
The ON TIME is set and the following is displayed.
“
“
Canceling Silent Mode (Setting)
Select “
” in step 2, press
SET button and silent setting is canceled
ending the silent mode.
“
” is displayed.
“
“
” (flashing)
” (lit for two seconds)
È
” (flashing)
” (lit)
NOTICE
If you would like to quit cancellation, press the
RESET
” display. (step 4 above)
button to return to the “
6
Press
SET button.
If you would like to quit cancellation, press the
RESET
button to return to the “
” display. (step 4 above)
6
Press
SET button to confimn.
The day of the week display area turns off, and after the
message “
” is displayed for two seconds, and the
display returns to “
”. (step 4 above)
By this operation settings, for all days of the week are canceled.
The display of the detailed timer setting is turned off, and
after the message “
” is displayed for two seconds,
” is displayed again. (step 4 above)
“
Repeat steps 4 to 6 to continue canceling timer mode settings.
NOTICE
• If you press
button while timer mode is
operative, timer mode is canceled and the display
will return to the original display.
• If you do not press any button for several minutes
after entering the timer mode, the timer mode ends
and returns to the original display.
7
Press ON/OFF button.
Timer mode ends.
• The remote control has main-sub units, silent setting
cannot be operated with sub unit .
• After the silent mode is set, the following is displayed
for 3 seconds at the set time and the unit returns to
the original display.
At the ON time : “
”
At the OFF time : “
”
”, you can continue the
• If you select “
silent mode until it is canceled. At the first ON time,
the display shows “
” for three seconds
and returns to original display.
• If you press
button while silent
mode is operative, silent mode is canceled
and the display will return to the original
display. Note that the setting which has not
been completed is canceled.
7
Press ▲ or ▼ button to set the duration.
Select OFF time.
When you press ▲ button, and the duration is increased by two
” Æ “
” Æ “
” Æ
hours as below, “
“
”
When you press ▼ button, and the duration is decreased by two
hours.
If you press
RESET buttons, the remote control return to
the “ON TIME SET”.
8
Press
SET button.
The setting is fixed and displayed.
“
” is displayed, and the silent mode setting ends.
The setting display turns off, and returns to original display.
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HOW TO ADJUST THE LOUVER
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
It is possible to change the movable range of the louver on the air outlet from the wired remote control. Once the top and bottom position is
set, the louver will swing within the range between the top and the bottom when swing operation is chosen.
With Ceiling cassete −4 way − FDT and FDTC, it is also possible to apply different setting to each louver.
ADJUSTING WITH LOUVER BUTTON (Indoor unit with auto swing function)
Press
HOW TO SET THE AIRFLOW DIRECTION (IN CASE OF FDT, FDTC, FDE) <WIRED REMOTE CONTROL>
LOUVER button once, and the current status of louver is displayed.
1
The display during
auto swing
Stop the air conditioner and press
SET
button and
LOUVER button simultaneously
for three seconds or more.
The following is displayed if the number of the indoor units
connected to the remote control is one. Go to step 4.
“
Press
10
The display with the
louver position fixed
”
È
”
“
The following is displayed if the number of the indoor units
connected to the remote control are more than one
“
”
È
“
2
”
Press ▲ or ▼ button.(selection of indoor unit)
Select the indoor unit of which the louver is set.
[EXAMPLE]
When you operate the swing louver
1. Press
LOUVER button, and button the display to
”.
1. Press
LOUVER button once while the louver
is swinging, and 4 stop positions are displayed every
one second in order.
”↔“
”↔“
“
“
Press
”↔
”
2. Press
LOUVER button once when the display
of the louver comes to the position you desire.
The display is switched to stop, and the position of louver is fixed.
Recommended louver fixed position
The function of the swing louver
during the heating preparation,
heating/defrost
“
” or “Heating/Defrost” is
displayed, the position of the swing louver is
automatically switched to horizontal.
COOL•DRY
2•4•6•8
1
3•5•7•9
No. 2
No. 1
3
No. 3
Piping side
Drain hose side
Louver No.
[for FDT]
No.2
No.1
No.3
4
HEAT
Louver No.
[for FDTC]
Press
indoor unit)
”⇔“
”⇔
SET button. (determination of
Press ▲ or ▼ button. (selection of louver No.)
Note : For FDE, select “
have no effect.
5
When the operation is switched to normal after “The heating
preparation” or “Heating/Defrost” ends, the position of swing louver
returns to that of setting.
”
Select the louver No. to be set according to the left figure.
[EXAMPLE]
“
”⇔“
”⇔“
“
”
No.4
Control box
Drain hose side
Piping side
Other settings selected have no
effect.
”⇔“
[EXAMPLE]
” (lit for two seconds)
“
È
“
”
È
“
”
No. 4
louver No. to be set is uncertain, set
any louver temporarily. The louver
will swing once when the setting
is completed and it is possible to
confirm the louver No. and the
position.
After that, choose the correct louver
No. and set the top and bottom
position.
“
“
Selected indoor unit is fixed.
NOTICE
• For FDT and FDTC type, in case the
• For FDE type, set louver No. 1.
horizontal position
Control box
“
When the position of the swing louver is fixed
Press
louver No.)
”⇔
”. Other louver No. settings
SET button. (Determination of
The louver No. to be set is confirmed and the display shows the
upper limit of the movable range.
CAUTION
[EXAMPLE] If No.1 louver is selected,
“
” ←current upper limit position
• Do not move the swing louver forcibly by hands for fear that it may be damaged.
• Do not blow downwards during cooling operation for a long time for fear that dew condensation may be formed at the side panel. (In
6
case of FDE)
Press ▲ or ▼ button. (selection of upper limit
position)
Select the upper limit of louver movable range.
“position 1” is the most horizontal, and “position 6” is the most
downwards.
“position --” is to return to the factory setting. If you need to
change the setting to the factory setting, use “position --”.
(horizontal)
“
(downwards)
the position of the louver
” (The most horizontal)
⇔“
”
⇔“
”
⇔“
”
⇔“
”
⇔“
” (The most downward)
⇔“
” (Return to the position of shipment)
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HOW TO SET THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
7
Press
SET button (Fixing of the upper
limit position)
The upper limit position is fixed and the setting position is
displayed for two seconds. Then proceed to lower limit position
selection display.
[EXAMPLE]
“
È
“
HOW TO OPERATE VENTILATION (WHEN A VENTILATOR IS INSTALLED)
When the ventilator is set to “NO VENTI LINK”, the ventilator can be turned on and off independently regardless
of the operation of the air conditioner.
When the ventilator is set to “VENTI LINK”, the ventilator operation will be interlocked with the air conditioner
operation.
VENTILATION OPERATION NOT LINKED WITH UNIT’S
OPERATION
” (lit for two seconds)
1
” (shows current setting)
Press
“
8
Press ▲ or ▼ button (Selection of lower limit
position)
Stop
Select the lower limit position of louver.
“position 1” is the most horizontal, and “position 6” is the most
downwards.
“position --” is to return to the factory setting. If you need to
change the setting to the factory setting, use “position --”.
(horizontal)
“
(downwards)
the position of the louver
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[EXAMPLE] For Upper position 2, Lower position 6
Upper
position
Movable
range
”
⇔“
”
⇔“
”
⇔“
”
⇔“
” (the most downwards)
⇔“
” (return to the position of shipment)
Press
position)
VENTI button.
” is displayed, and the ventilation operation begins.
Press
VENTI button again.
NOTICE
• If no ventilator is connected, no operation can be performed by
pressing the ventilation button. (“
” is displayed).
” (the most horizontal)
⇔“
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
VENTILATION OPERATION LINKED WITH UNIT’S OPERATION
1
1
Press
button.
If a ventilator is connected, ventilation will operate automatically.
“ ” is displayed.
SET button (Fixing of the lower limit
Stop
Upper limit position and lower limit position are fixed, and the set
positions is displayed for two seconds, then setting is completed.
• After the setting is completed, the louver which was set
moves from the original position to the lower limit position,
and goes back to the original position again. (This operation
is not performed if the indoor unit and/or indoor unit fan is in
operation.)
[Example]
“
Press
button again.
NOTICE
• No operation can be performed by pressing the ventilation button.
(“
” is displayed).
” (lit for two seconds)
È
Lower
position
Note : If the upper limit position number and the lower limit
position number are set to the same position, the louver
is fixed at that position. And auto swing does not function.
NOTICE
“
”
FOR COMFORTABLE USE
È
“
Clean the filter frequently
10 Press
button.
Louver adjusting mode ends and returns to the original display.
• If you press
RESET button during settings, the display will return to previous display. If you press
button during settings, the mode will be ended and return to original display, and the settings that have not been
completed will become invalid.
• When plural remote controllers are connected, louver position setting cannot be set by slave remote control.
☞ See page 14
The filter should be cleaned when
the “Filter cleaning” message
is displayed, and at the end of
cooling and heating seasons.
If the filter is clogged…
• The cooling/heating capacity will get reduced. Moreover it leads
to waste of electricity and larger operation noise.
• It may cause failure.
• Dew may form and drop during cooling.
Do not block the inlet and outlet grilles of the
indoor and outdoor units.
Excessive load to the unit may cause failure.
Keep moderate room temperature
Too much cooling or heating is not good for your health. It will also
waste the electricity.
Block direct sunlight and prevent draft
Block direct sunlight with blinds and curtains during cooling. Close
the windows and doors except when ventilation is necessary.
Adjust the airflow properly
Do not expose yourself directly to the airflow for too long time. For
small animals and plants, it is harmful as well.
If you feel cold underneath your feet during heating
If the ceiling is so high that the warm airflow does not circulate
underneath your feet, it is recommended to use a circulator.
Consult your dealer for more detail.
Stop the operation and turn the power supply
off if there are any possibility of lightning
strikes during a thunderstorm.
Lightning strikes may lead to the failure of air-conditioning system.
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INSPECTION DISPLAY, FILTER SIGN, AIR CONDITIONER NUMBER, STANDBY AND ROOM TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
< WIRED REMOTE CONTROL >
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
WHEN THE FILTER CLEANING MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED
The air conditioner stops in the event
any trouble occurs.
At the same time, the check indicator
light flashes in red and the error code is
displayed in the ON timer display area and
the following is displayed in the display area.
The “
” is displayed
When the cumulative operation time
reaches set amount number of hours in
order to notify the time for cleaning.
”
Ç
Air conditioner No.
(Air conditioner number)
(lit for 2 seconds by turns)
1
After cleaning
1
ERROR display when multiple indoor units are connected
If errors have occurred for all the connected air conditioning unit.
Initially, the error display shows the formation of the air
conditioning unit whose number is the lowest.
Errors of other air conditioning unit can be checked with the
following procedure.
1
Press AIR CON No. button.
Enter AIR CON No. display mode.
2
HOW TO DISPLAY AIR CON NO.
By operating AIR CON No. button, the number of the connected AIR CON
unit and error codes of the units which have the record are displayed.
Press ▲ button.
1
3
2
Press
button.
Return to the AIR CON of the lowest
number.
1
AIR CON No. display mode appears.
2
1
Press ▲ button.
AIR CON No. are displayed in order
from the lowest. And error codes are
displayed on the unit in trouble.
Press ▼ button to display in the
reverse order.
2
3
3
Press AIR CON No. button.
Press
button.
Return to the AIR CON of the lowest
number.
NOTICE
• If
button is pressed once while errors are displayed,
the errors display is turned off, and return to the stop mode.
button is pressed again, the errors are displayed.
If
ROOM TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
If room temperature display setting is activated, room temperature is
displayed on the remote control display. Then airflow display turns off,
but airflow adjusting button is operative. Consult your dealer for settings.
Ç
The room temperature display
Press ▲ button.
AIR CON No. are displayed in order
from the lowest. And error codes are
displayed on the units which have
suffered from failure in the past.
Press ▼ button to display in the
reverse order.
2
If errors have occurred for some of the connected AIR CON
units.
Only the units for which errors have occurred stop operating.
The remote control shows the operating units.
1
Press AIR CON No. button.
AIR CON No. display mode appears
and the AIR CON of the lowest number
is displayed. Other displays all turn off.
2
Press
Indicates the status of swing louver. ☞See page 13
OPERATION MODE display
FAN SPEED display
Indicates selected operation with
Indicates the selected airflow volume
FILTER display
ON-TIMER display
Indicates for two seconds when FILTER
button is pressed.
Indicates when ON-TIMER is set. ☞See page 12
button.
Return to the original display.
NOTICE
• The AIR CON No. can be displayed without relation to its modes of
operation, stop, forcible stop due to an error.
• Buttons other than “AIR CON No.” “▲” “▼” “ON/OFF” cannot be
operated.
Indicates when OFF-TIMER is set. ☞See page 12
Indicates the ON-TIMER setting time.
Nothing displayed when ON-TIMER is not set.
☞See page 12
OFF-TIMER setting time display
Transmitter
Indicates OFF-TIMER setting time. Indicates the
current time when the OFF-TIMER is not set. ☞See page 12
Sends signal to the air conditioner.
ON/OFF button
When this is pressed once, the AIR CON starts to
operate and when this is pressed once again, it stops
operating.
AIR FLOW button
Used to swing the louver. ☞See page 13
FILTER button
OPERATION MODE select button
Used to reset (turn off) the filter sign.
Press the button only after completing the filter cleaning.
Every time this button is pressed, displays switch as below
(AUTO)
(COOL)
(HEAT)
(FAN)
(DRY)
ROOM TEMP/TIME SETTING button
Sets room temperature by pressing
Sets time when setting the time.
or
button.
ON TIMER button
Sets ON TIMER operation. ☞See page 12
OFF TIMER button
TIMER CANCEL button
Sets OFF TIMER operation. ☞See page 12
Used to cancel the TIMER SETTINGS.
TIME SET UP switch
RESET switch
Sets current time. ☞See page 12
Used to reset the microcomputer.
NOTICE If the display of remote control has troubles, press RESET switch.
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL HANDLING PROCEDURE
REPLACING THE BATTERIES
HOW TO OPERATE
If the following occurs, the batteries are exhausted. Replace with new ones.
• When the signal is transmitted, the AIR CON does not display reception.
• The display fades away or does not show anything.
1 Pull out the cover.
2 Replace the old
batteries with
new ones.
Pay attention
to the
and
marks
(R03×2)
STANDBY DISPLAY
During the first operation after breaker power supply input or the
” can be displayed on
recovery from power failure, “
the remote control for max 30 minutes.
The refrigerant oil protection control is activated to protect the
compressor and this isn’t a failure. Please wait till the display turns
off.
.
OFF-TIMER display
ON TIMER setting time display
Every time this button is pressed, the mode is switched
as below.
HI MED LO
RESET button.
The cumulative operation hours is
reset and the “FILTER CLEANING”
message turns off.
AIR CON No. and error codes are
displayed in order from the lowest.
Press ▼ button to display in the
reverse order.
1
Press
AIR FLOW display
Indicates set temperature.
FAN SPEED button
Operation section
”⇔“
“
Clean the air filter.
☞See page 14
“FILTER CLEANING” is displayed in the
display area. It is displayed for one second
every five seconds while the unit is running.
It is always lit while the system stopped.
• All displays are described in the liquid crystal display for explanation
ROOM TEMP display
Display section
WHEN THE CHECK INDICATOR LIGHT (RED) FLASHES
Error code
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL BUTTON <WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL>
How to set Radio Interference
Prevention Setting
It is possible to sent two way. Press
ACL switch with AIR FLOW
button kept pressing or Insert the
batterles with AIR FLOW button
kept pressing.
ATTENTION
3 Close cover.
4 Adjust the current time.
☞ See page 12
When any error occurs on the
display,
Press
RESET
switch with
a ballpoint
etc.
NOTICE
If the remote control is set as “Radio
Interference Prevention Setting”, it
returns to default when the batteries
are removed. It is necessary to perform
the next procedures again.
• Do not use old and new batteries
mixed.
• Remove the batteries when the
remote control is not used for a long
time.
• The recommendable effective period
of a battery is about 6 to 12 months.
(It depends on the usage.)
• The recommendable effective
period is printed on the battery.
This may be shor ter due to
manufacturing time of the unit.
• However the battery may be still
working in order after expiry date.
When the batteries are inserted, each operation mode
is set as the right figure. Adjust the current time referring
to page 12. (The figure is for operation, and only the
current time is displayed for stopping)
When you press each button of wireless remote
control, directing properly to the receiving part of
the air conditioner, the signal is transmitted. If the
air conditioner receives the signal correctly, the light
of operation indicator will flash.
ATTENTION
The operation of remote control must be performed
slowly and steadily.
ABOUT REMOTE CONTROL HOLDER
The remote control can be mounted on the wall or
pillar with the remote control holder.
Slide from the upper part of the holder to place or
take out the remote control.
ATTENTION
Do not place the remote control to the following
places.
• The place exposed to direct sunlight or other
strong lighting.
• The place exposed to high temperature, for
EXAMPLE, on the electric carpet or near a stove.
If the signal receiving part of the air conditioner is
exposed to direct sunlight or other strong lighting,
it may not receive the signal. In this case, shut
out the sunlight or turn down the lighting.
Do not place anything between the remote control
and the unit.
Do not operate the remote control for other electric
appliances which can be operated with a remote control.
Handle it with utmost attention.
Remove the batteries when the remote control is
not used for a long time.
Even if the remote control is not found or damaged,
you can operate the air conditioner with itself. See
“How to use the backup button” on page 13.
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HOW TO USE < WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL >
ON – TIMER OPERATION
HOW TO OPERATE
ATTENTION
Operation is started at the setting time.
• Turn on the power supply of both indoor/outdoor units for six hours before starting the unit to protect the units. (The
crankcase is conducted and the compressor is heated) Do not turn off the power supply. (The crankcase heater is conducted
while the compressor is stopped, preventing failure of the compressor due to accumulation of liquid refrigerant by keeping the
compressor warm.)
• The operation of remote control must be performed slowly and steadily.
< WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL >
[EXAMPLE] If you would like to start the operation at AM 8:00
1
Press ON timer button.
2
Press
3
Press ON timer button.
ON timer display
4
2
3
Operation mode
AUTO
COOL
HEAT
DRY
FAN
1
button.
1·3
The operation display light (Green) turns on, and the operation starts.
The setting status is displayed on the liquid crystal area on the remote
control.
2
Press MODE button.
Current operation mode is indicated with the „ marks besides the
operation mode icons.
The mode will change in the following order by pressing the button.
(AUTO)
3
• ON timer display
changes from blinking to steady lighting and
the setting is completed.
(Press within 60 seconds)
TIMER/CHECK display lamp of the air conditioner is lit. (The receiving part of
indoor unit)
• At AM 8:00, TIMER/CHECK display lamp turns off and the air conditioner
will start operating.
2
Press
Cancellation
• Press CANCEL button to turn off the TIMER display and timer is canceled.
• After TIMER setting, if ON/OFF button is pressed before the setting time,
TIMER display turns off and the TIMER is canceled.
In case the ON timer is set while the air
conditioner is in operation, it will be stopped
and ready for restart at the setting time.
Time change
Press ON TIMER button to set again.
OFF – TIMER OPERATION
(COOL)
(HEAT)
(FAN)
(DRY)
Operation is stopped at the setting time.
Press TEMP button.
Set the room temperature by pressing
or
[EXAMPLE] If you would like to stop the operation at PM 9:00
1
button.
DRY ..................21 to 24°C
4
FAN................... TEMP setting is
unnecessary
• Operation mode can be changed even
when the unit stops.
• If you operate under the same condition
(operation mode, set temperature,
airflow, louver) just follow step 1, no
other operations are necessary. The
conditions which were set previously are
indicated on the remote control
Press FAN SPEED button.
1
→ HI → MED → LO— FAN SPEED can be changed in order.
HEAT ................22 to 24°C
5
Press AIR FLOW button.
Press
2
Press OFF timer button.
3
Press
4
Press OFF timer button.
OFF timer display
or
blinks.
button to adjust to PM 9:00.
Displayed time will be changed by 10 minutes by pressing the buttons.
3
Effective AIR FLOW direction ☞ see page 13
AUTO mode operation ............ Intermediate
Cooling, dehumidifying mode ... Horizontal
Heating mode ......................... Downwards
Stop
Press ON/OFF button when the air conditioner stops.
The air conditioner starts to operate.
OFF timer can be set only in case the air conditioner is in operation.
Guideline of room temperature setting
COOL ...............26 to 28°C
blinks.
button to adjust to AM 8:00.
Displayed time will be changed by 10 minutes by pressing the buttons.
OPERATION
1
5
or
• OFF timer display
changes from blinking to steady lighting and
the setting is completed. (Press within 60 seconds)
TIMER/CHECK display lamp of the air conditioner is lit. (The receiving part
of indoor unit)
• At PM 9:00, TIMER/CHECK display lamp turns off and the air conditioner
2·4
button
Cancellation
will stops operating.
• Press CANCEL button to turn off the TIMER display and timer is canceled.
• After TIMER setting, if ON/OFF button is pressed before the setting time, TIMER display turns off and the TIMER is canceled.
Time change
CURRENT TIME SETTING PROCEDURE
Press OFF TIMER button to set again.
PROGRAM TIMER OPERATION
The timer is set on the current time. Adjust the current time correctly at first of all.
[EXAMPLE] AM (morning) 8:00 setting
1
By setting both ON timer and OFF timer, the settings turn into PROGRAM timer mode. Operation and stopping can be performed at the
same time of each day by setting program timer once.
Press TIME SET UP switch.
1
Press it with the tip of ballpoint etc. The time display blinks and can be set
to the current time.
2
2
Press
or
Press ON timer button and set the time with
Press ON timer button again.
2
button to adjust to AM 8:00.
• If
or
button is pressed during the blinking, fast-forward or fastbackward can be done.
1
2
or
button.
Set OFF timer.
Press OFF timer button and set the time with
Press OFF timer button again.
Morning : AM After noon : PM
The displayed time changes by 1 minutes when pressing the button.
1· 3
Set ON timer.
or
button.
Both ON TIMER and OFF TIMER are displayed. The direction of arrow mark
changes depending on the status of operation.
NOTICE
(stop)
(operating)
• In case the buttons are not pressed for 60 seconds, the displayed time is set as
current time without step 3.
3
Press TIME SET UP switch.
The display changes from blinking to steady lighting and the setting is
completed.
Cancellation
Changing the set time
• Whenever the CANCEL button is pressed, both ON and
OFF timer display will be turned off and the PROGRAM
timer mode will be cancelled. (Operation condition is kept as
before the button is pressed.)
• Whenever the ON/OFF button is pressed, both ON and OFF
timer display will be turned off and the PROGRAM timer
mode will be cancelled. The air conditioner stops operating.
Press OFF TIMER button or ON timer button to set again.
NOTICE
The same time cannot be set for OFF timer and ON timer.
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HOW TO ADJUST THE LOUVER
< WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL >
CHECK INDICATION, FILTER SIGN
Ceiling suspended (FDE)
UP AND DOWN ADJUSTING
for 0.5 second,
WHEN SHORT FLASHING LIGHT ( Light
wink out for 0.5 second ) IS SHED FROM THE TIMER/CHECK INDICATOR LAMP (YELLOW)
How to move swing louver
Press AIR FLOW button when the air conditioner is in operation.
• The swing louver moves up and down, and the display moves too.
„There is something wrong with the air conditioner.
• Immediately after the timer/check indicator lamp flashed (light for 0.5 second, wink out for 0.5
second), the air conditioner stops.
• Address No. and error code are shown on the display on the indoor unit.
• The monitor display is turned off after the display time elapses.
• When nothing is displayed on the monitor, operate the remote control or press the BACKUP
button to resume.
NOTICE
The louver position which the display shows is not synchronized with the
actual position when the louver is swinging. But this is not a failure.
continuous movement of display
To fix the position of the swing louver
Press AIR FLOW button when the louver position indication comes to the position where you
would like to fix it.
• Auto swing display stops at the position and then the swing louver stops and be fixed.
< WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL >
Recommended air frow direction
position (when fixed)
Check monitor
„Please contact your dealer and inform them “address No. and error code”, “symptom of
the trouble”, “air conditioner type” and “model name” etc.
• Press the ON/OFF button to stay the air conditioner on the stop mode.
Timer/check
indicator lamp
A
NOTICE
Press the button and auto swing display stops immediately, then the swing louver stops
later, but this is not a failure. (Auto swing display and the actual louver movement of the air
conditioner are not synchronized)
COOL
DRY
for 2 seconds,
WHEN LONG FLASHING LIGHT (Light
wink out for 1 second) IS SHED FROM THE TIMER/CHECK INDICATOR LAMP (YELLOW)
B
„Clean the filter.
AUTO
☞ See page 14.
• When cumulative running time reaches 120 hours, long flashing light (light for 2 seconds, wink
out for 1 second) is shed from the timer/check indicator lamp (yellow).
• After cleaning of filter, press the FILTER button on the remote control to turn off the filter
cleaning sign. (Press the button for one second or more)
C
The swing louver movement during heat preparation
When “heat preparation” is displayed, the position of the swing louver
sets horizontal automatically. (The display of remote control keeps the set
position)
When heat preparation ends and normal operation starts, the position of
the swing louver returns to the set position.
HEAT
D
Timer/check
indicator lamp
horizontal position
NOTICE
CAUTION
Do not set the position of the swing louver downwards for a long time. Dew formation on the side panel may drop.
(in case of FDE)
FOR COMFORTABLE USE
See page 10
The cumulative running time for filter sign can be changed.
Consult your dealer for more information.
Ceiling cassette −4 way− (FDT)
Ceiling cassette −4 way Compact (600×600mm) − (FDTC)
for 0.5 second,
WHEN SHORT FLASHING LIGHT (Light
wink out for 0.5 second ) IS SHED FROM THE TIMER/CHECK INDICATOR LAMP (YELLOW)
„Something is wrong with the air conditioner.
• Immediately after the timer/check indicator lamp flashes (light for 0.5 second, wink out for 0.5
second), the air conditioner stops.
• Address No. and error code are shown on the display on the indoor unit.
• The monitor display is turned off after the display time.
• When nothing is displayed on the monitor, operate the remote control or press the BACKUP
button resume.
TIMER
CHECK RUN
Check monitor
Timer/check
indicator lamp
„Please contact your dealer and inform them “address No. and error code”, “symptom of
the trouble”, “air conditioner type” and “model name” etc.
• Press the ON/OFF button to stay the air conditioner on the stop mode.
for 2 seconds,
WHEN LONG FLASHING LIGHT (Light
wink out for 1 second) IS SHED FROM THE TIMER/CHECK INDICATOR LAMP (YELLOW)
„Clean the filter.
TIMER
CHECK RUN
☞ See page 14.
• When cumulative running time reaches 120 hours, long flashing light (light for 2 seconds,
wink out for 1 second) is shed from the timer/check indicator lamp (yellow).
• After cleaning of filter, press the FILTER button on the remote control to turn off the filter
cleaning sign. (Press the button for one second or more)
Timer/check indicator lamp
NOTICE
The cumulative running time for filter sign can be changed. Consult your dealer for more information.
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BACKUP BUTTON
HOW TO MAINTAIN
In time of battery exhausted, lost, trouble of remote control, the air conditioner can be operated with the BACKUP button on the indoor unit
display part.
Ceiling suspended (FDE)
Backup button
Ceiling cassette −4 way− (FDT)
Ceiling cassette −4 way Compact (600×600mm) − (FDTC)
TIMER
CHECK RUN
How to clean the Air Filter
Clean the filter frequently for economical operation.
Caution Before cleaning, stop the operation and turn off the power supply.
Otherwise, it may lead to injury as fan inside rotates at high speed.
Caution The stepladder used for removing and attaching the air filter must be fixed firmly.
Otherwise, it may lead to injury due to overturn or fall.
Caution Be careful so that the dust does not get into your eyes when removing the air filter.
Caution Do not operate the air conditioner while the air filter is removed.
Piled up dust may lead to malfunction.
How to remove
Follow the instruction mentioned below according to the indoor unit type.
Ceiling cassette −4 way− (FDT)
Backup button
In case of FDE/FDT/FDTC
• How to handle inlet grille/filter
Removal
<How to remove the grille>
1. Hold the stopper on the inlet grille (2 places) to the “OPEN”
direction (arrow mark A), then pull down to open the grille.
Remove the hook of the grille to dismount.
ON/OFF
„Press backup button and leave it untouched for two seconds.
The operation starts.
„Press it again to stop the opearation.
c
<How to remove the filter>
2. Push the hook of the grille in the indicated direction (arrow
mark B) to release. Then slide the filter in the indicated
direction (C) to remove.
„SETTING
OPERATION MODE .......... AUTO
FAN SPEED............................ HI
TIMER ............................... No setting
SET TEMP .............................. 23°C
AUTO SWING .................... STOP (HORIZONTAL)
Stopper
<How to mount the filter>
1. Ensure the right side and orientation of the filter and insert it to
the arrow direction (D) so that the notch on the filter is hooked
on the hook on the grille (2 places).
d
e
2. Align the hole on the filter with the hook on the grille (E 2
places) and push it securely until the filter is caught by the
hook.
Hook
The direction of filter removal
Mounting
<How to mount the grille>
Hook
1. Hang the hook on the hole on the panel. (The hook on the
grille can be hanged 3 sides on the panel.)
Hook
2. After the grille is hanged, close the grille while the stopper
on the grille (2 places) is kept pressed to “OPEN” direction.
When the grille comes to the original position, release the
stopper to hold the grille.
Hook
Caution Mount the filter to the grille securely.
Otherwise, it may lead to decreased efficiency due
to leakage of flow from the gap.
Direction for closing
Caution Mount the grille securely.
Otherwise, it may fall.
Holes for hook
Caution When the stopper is deformed or damaged,
repair or replace without delay.
Otherwise, the grille may fall.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
HOW TO MAINTAIN
Check the following items before requiring service.
Ceiling cassette −4 way Compact (600×600mm) − (FDTC)
1. Slide the inlet grille levers in the direction of the arrow (
open it downwards.
), and
THE UNIT DOES NOT WORK AT ALL
Is the power supply switch
turned off?
Is there a blackout or is the
fuse blown?
OFF
Hooks
POOR COOLING OR HEATING
Is the air filter clogged?
Hooks
3. Pull the filter towards you.
4. When the filter is put in place, insert the filter into the hooks on
the inlet grille, and be sure to return the stopper to its original
position.
5. When putting the inlet grille back in place, slide the levers in the
opposite direction and check to be sure that the grille does not
come open.
Stopper
2. Pressing the inlet grille, press the filter
to remove it from the tab and pull it
downwards.
Air filter
When mounting, press the lever forward
untill it snaps.
Is the swing louver
horizontal (during
heating)?
If the swing
louver is
horizontal, the
airflow may not
reach down to
the floor.
Are there any obstacles
blocking the air inlet
and outlet grill?
POOR COOLING
NO AIRFLOW AT HEATING
• Is the direct daylight
coming into the room?
Is the unit in the
heating preparation
mode?
• Are there any
unexpected heat
sources in the
room?
☞ See page 16
• Are there too many
people in the room?
If, after checking the items above, the air conditioner still does not operate normally or in the next cases, stop operating and contact your dealer.
• If the fuse and breaker blow frequently. • If water drips at cooling/dehumidifying operation. • If the operation or operation noise is abnormal.
• If the check indicator light flashes.
The phenomena mentioned below is not malfunction.
Ceiling suspended (FDE)
1. Slide the lever of the inlet grille
backward (
direction) and open it
downwards.
Is sunlight or other strong
illumination striking the
receive unit? (wireless unit)
Dangerous. Immediately turn
off the power supply switch,
and contact your dealer.
ON
2. Release the inlet grille stopper.
Is the leakage breaker
activated?
tabs
When morrting, snab the filter into the
tabs of inlet grille.
Duct connected −High static pressure− (FDU, FDUS)
Duct connected −Middle static pressure− (FDUM)
Air filter is attached when the air conditioner is installed, so consult your dealer about
how to remove or clean it.
How to clean
1 Wash away for cleaning. If it is not so dirty, tap it or use
cleaner.
If it is very dirty, dissolve some neutral detergent in lukewarm
water (approximately 30°C), rinse the filter with it and wash
the detergent away completely.
2 After the air filter is dried, mount it to the main body and press
RESET button.
ATTENTION
• Do not dry by exposing the air filter to the direct sunlight or
using fire. Otherwise, the filter may be damaged.
• Do not operate the air conditioner with the filter removed.
Otherwise it may lead to trouble.
MAINTENANCE OF THE UNIT
• Clean the unit by wiping with a piece of soft and dry cloth.
If the unit is very dirty, wipe it with a piece of cloth wet with
neutral detergent dissolved in lukewarm water and wipe it
off with clean water.
AT THE END OF THE PERIOD OF USE
(after a long period of use)
• Make sure to turn off the power supply.
The air conditioner consumes several tens of watts
electricity even if it is stopped.
• Clean the air filter and mount it.
• Clean the indoor/outdoor units.
The air conditioning system
sounds as if water is
draining from it.
Sounds of rustling or gurgling may be heard when the operation is started, when the compressor is activated/
deactivated during operation, or when the operation is stopped. These are the sounds of the refrigerant
flowing through the system.
Sounds of rustling or
gurgling may be heard from
a stopped indoor unit.
These sounds can be heard when the air conditioning system is performing automatic control.
The supply air from the
indoor unit smells bad.
The supply air from the indoor unit may smell bad if the smell of cigarettes, cosmetics and/or furniture has
saturated the air conditioning system.
White vapor is generated
from the indoor unit during
operation.
White vapor may be generated during operation if the system is used in environment where oils and fats are
frequently used, such as in restaurants. In this case, consult the dealer and clean the heat exchanger.
The operation switched to
fan operation during cooling
operation.
The operation may switch to fan operation automatically in order to avald frost being built up on the surface of
the heat exchanger. The operation will soon return to cooling operation.
The indoor fan does
not stop even when the
operation is stopped in
heating mode.
The indoor unit fan may continue operating for 40 seconds in order to remove remaining heat in the indoor
unit.
CAUTION
Do not turn off the power supply until the fan stops.
The air conditioning system During the first 3 minutes after stopping operation, it is not possible to perform cooling, dehumidifying or
cannot start operating again heating operation even if the ON/OFF button is pressed to indicate “operation.” This is because a circuit for
immediately after stopping. protecting the compressor is activated (the fan is operating during this period).
No air comes out during
dehumidifying operation.
The airflow volume cannot
be changed.
During dehumidifying operation, the fan speed is automatically controlled in low speed/stop cycle in order to
avoid both drastic temperature drop and humidity rise.
The swing louver moves
without any operation.
The swing louver automatically swings twice when the power supply switch is turned on. This is not a trouble.
The louver also moves automatically to the horizontal position when “PREPARATION OF HEATING” is
displayed.
The outdoor unit discharges Water or steam is discharge during defrosting operation which removes frost built up on the surface of the
heat exchanger in the outdoor unit in heating mode.
water or steam during
heating operation.
The outdoor unit fan is not
running even when the
system is in operation.
The fan speed is automatically controlled according to the ambient temperature. It may be stopped in high
ambient temperature in case of heating, and in low ambient temperature in case of coding. Also, the fan is
stopped during defrosting operation.
CAUTION
The fan will suddenly begin to operate even if it is stopped. Do not insert finger and/or stick.
AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PERIOD OF USE
(after a long unused period)
• Make sure that there is no object blocking the airflow
around the inlet and outlet grille of the indoor/outdoor unit.
• Inspect the air filter. If it is dirty, clean and mount it.
• Turn on the power supply button for 6 hours before
starting the operation.
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The phenomena mentioned below is not malfunction.
Slapping sounds are heard.
These sounds are generated when plastic components are expanded or shrunk by the heat and rubbed with
each other.
Hissing sounds are heard
when the operation is
stopped or during defrost
operation.
These sounds are generated when the refrigerant valve inside the air conditioning system is activated.
The air conditioner starts
operation automatically as
soon as the power supply is
turned on.
In case the automatic restart function is enabled, and when the power supply recovers, the system restarts
the operation automatically as same condition as before power supply is cut.
☞ See below
The setting temperature
cannot be changed (the
setting temperature display
flashes).
If changing the set temperature is prohibited on the remote control, it is not possible to change the
temperature setting even ∞ or 5 is pressed.
☞ See right
In case of wirless remote
control, the unit does not
operate with the inspection
display light on the indoor
unit flashing even though
any button on the remote
control is pressed.
In case the system is controlled by the other centralized remote control and it forbids operating the system
from the remote control, it is not possible to operate by the remote control.
Even if the wired remote
control is operated, “central
control” light only flashes
and doesn’t operate.
Is not “central controlling” or “center” displayed?
If controlled with a separately purchased center console etc., the unit cannot be operated by the remote
control.
The following button operations can be disabled. If the button is pressed, “
returns to original display. Consult your dealer for “
” setting.
A
button
B
TEMP button
C
LOUVER button
D
MODE button
E
FAN SPEED button
F
TIMER button
” is displayed provided the button is disabled, and
INSTALLATION, RELOCATION, AND INSPECTION MAINTENANCE
Please observe the following points in order to use the air conditioner in a safe and comfortable manner.
Make sure to request your dealer for installation, do not attempt to do by yourself.
INSTALLATION LOCATION
Is the system installed in a well-ventilated place?
Are there any obstacles? If so, it leads to the decrease of the efficiency and the increase of operation noise.
Avoid the place where cool/warm air and operation noise cause problems to your neighbors.
ELECTRICAL WORK
PREPARATION OF HEATING
CASES WHEN “
SETTING TO DISABLE BUTTON OPERATION <Wired remote control>
NOTICE
Caution : Make sure to perform grounding work
Do not connect the ground wire to any gas pipe, water pipe, or wires of lightning conductors and telephones. If the ground work is not good, it
may lead to electric shock.
Caution : A leakage breaker is necessary depending on the installation environment.
If it is not mounted there, it may lead to electric shock.
Only qualified specialists of electrical and grounding work can do these works according to “electric equipment technical standards”.
„ Is the wiring designated for the air conditioner?
„ Is the remote control mounted correctly?
• In the case of exposed wiring, is the wiring fixed with the attached screw?
• Is the attached remote control clamps used for fixing the remote control cord?
• Is the remote control mounted at a height where children cannot reach?
(PREPARATION OF HEATING)” IS DISPLAYED
“
(PREPARATION OF HEATING)” is displayed in the remote control display area in the following cases.
For wireless devices, the run/check display lamp on the main body display unit will flash green.
Setting temperature and preparation of heating are displayed on the wired remote control.
• At Starting Heating Operation
In order to prevent cool air from blowing out, the airflow into the room may be stopped depending on the room temperature at the
start of heating operation. please wait for a while and the operation automatically switches to the normal heating operation.
• At defrost operation (during heating operation)
When frost may easily formed on the outdoor unit, the heating operation automatically is stopped (both indoor/outdoor unit
stop fan operation) for approximately 5 to 10 minutes per hour and defrosting is operated. After the defrosting is complete, the
operation automatically switches back to the normal operation.
RELOCATION
Warning : Make sure to consult a dealer or specialist if it is required to relocate and reinstall the air conditioning system.
If the air conditioning system is installed incorrectly, water leakage, electric shock and/or fire may occur. Note that an installation fee will be
charged for relocation and installation.
INSPECTION MAINTENANCE
Normally the efficiency of the air conditioning system will become lower after a while, because dirt accumulates inside the system. This occurs gradually in
around 3 years of use , depending on the condition of use and surrounding enviroment. It is thus necessary to conduct inspection maintenance in addition
to regular maintenance. We recommend you to consult the dealer from whom you purchased the system and make a contract for periodical inspection.
(charged).
HEATING OPERATION
• Heat pump type
Heat pump type heating applies the mechanism that draws the heat from the outside air to warm up the room by means of the refrigerant.
• Defrost operation
During heating with a heat pump type air conditioner, frost will be formed on the outdoor unit if the temperature outside the room drops. If left alone, the
heating efficiency decreases. In order to deal with this, the operation is automatically switched to defrost operation to remove the frost. During the period,
the airflow of indoor/outdoor unit is stopped and “heating defrost” is displayed.
• Outer air temperature and heating capacity
The heating efficiency of heat pump type air conditioner decreases as the outside temperature becomes lower. If the capacity of air conditioner for heating
is not sufficient, please use other heating device.
• Time required until the room temperature increases
A heat type air conditioner circulates warm air to warm the entire room, so it takes a while to rise up the room temperature. It is recommended to start
operation earlier on a very cold day.
• When room temperature adjusting device operates during heating
If room temperature rises and the room temperature adjusting device is activated, the airflow becomes automatically low. When the room temperature
drops, it switched back automatically to the normal operation.
AUTO RESTART <WIRED REMOTE CONTROL>
OPERATION RANGE
CAUTION
Please use the system in the following operation range. If the system is operated outside this range, the protection controls may be activated to prevent
malfunction.
Condition
Operation
Cooling
operation
Dry operation
Heating
operation
Temperature outside the room
Humidity inside the room
Approximately
21 to 32°C
Long continuous operation under
approximately 21°C may lead to malfunction
due to dewfall
Approximately -5 to 43°C
Approximately 80% or less
Long operation under high humidity may leads to
waterdrop or smoky vapor at the supply air grille.
Approximately
27°C or less
Approximately
-10 to 21°C
If outside air temperature becomes low, the
heating efficiency is lowed and the heating
becomes difficult.
Room temperature
(Note) Operation range may differ depending on models .Please check the catalog.
NOTICE
The remote control can apply an auto restart function which is disabled at the factory setting. Consult your dealer.
„ What is auto restart
• When a power failure occurs or the power supply is turned off, the function allows the system to automatically resume operation with the remote control
setting made set before the power failure when the power supply recovers. If the system is stopped before power failure it remains stopped after the power
recover.
• Note that in the following cases it is needed to set again with the remote control.
A Timer setting is cancelled. But the sleep timer recovers after power failure recover. Weekly timer settings, however, recover with all days holiday setting.
And time setting returns to default. To return to original setting, after time setting, execute “holiday cancel”.
B Louver stops at the horizontal position.
CAUTION
Make sure to stop the operation before turning off the power supply when the auto restart function is enabled. (If the power supply is turned off while the
system is operating, the indoor unit fan will start immediately when the power supply is turned on. In addition, the outdoor unit starts operating 3 minutes
after the power supply is turned on.)
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AIR-CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS HEADQUARTERS
3-1, Asahi, Nishibiwajima-cho, Kiyosu, Aichi, 452-8561, Japan
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES EUROPE, LTD.
AIR-CONDITIONER DIVISION
3rd Floor Thavies Inn House 3-4 Holborn Circus London EC1N 2HA, ENGLAND
Phone: 44(0)20 7842 8171
Fax: 44(0)20 7842 8104
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES AUSTRALIA, PTY.LTD.
81 Railway Street, Rockdale, NSW 2216, Australia
Phone: 61(0)2 9597 7977
Fax: 61(0)2 9597 7304
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