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Air-Conditioners
INDOOR UNIT
For use with R410A
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PEH-8,10WYB
OPERATION MANUAL
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For safe and correct use, please read this operation manual thoroughly before operating the air-conditioner unit.
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Remote controller-Button
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TEMP.
ON/OFF
B
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A
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MENU
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BACK
ON/OFF
MONITOR/SET
DAY
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CLOCK
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[Set Temperature] Button
2
[Timer Menu] Button
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1
FILTER
CHECK TEST
OPERATION
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568
3
[Monitor/Set] Button
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5
[Set Day] Button
[Ventilation] Button
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[Fan Speed] Button
8
9
C
[Mode] Button
[Back] Button
[Timer On/Off] Button
6
CLEAR
[Louver] Button
[Operation] Button
7
[Vane Control] Button
[Operation] Button
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[Check/Clear] Button
0
[Test Run] Button
A
[Filter] Button
B
[ON/OFF] Button
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[Set Time] Button
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Position of built-in room temperature sensor
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Never expose the remote controller to direct sunlight. Doing so can result in
the erroneous measurement of room temperature.
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Never place any obstacle around the lower right-hand section of the remote
controller. Doing so can result in the erroneous measurement of room temperature.
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Remote controller-Display
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TIME SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Hr
ON
TIMER
AFTER
AFTER OFF
ERROR CODE
˚F ˚C
B
˚F ˚C
C
TEMP.
ONLY 1Hr.
Current time/Timer time
B
Centralized control indicator
C
Timer OFF indicator
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Timer mode indicator
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A
N
ON/OFF
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Operation mode display:
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Function mode indicator
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Preset temperature
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Power indicator
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Louver
J
Ventilation
K
Filter sign
L
Sensor position
M
Room temperature
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Vane setting
O
Fan speed
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Operation lamp
DRY,
AUTO,
FAN,
HEAT
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COOL,
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FUNCTION
FILTER
WEEKLY
SIMPLE
AUTO OFF
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[Fig. A]
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Air Flow
Filter
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1. Safety precautions
Warning:
The remote controller should be installed in such a way that children cannot
play with it.
4) Drain hose
Warning:
Describes precautions that should be observed to avoid the risk of injury or
death to the user.
Caution:
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent damage to the unit.
Symbols used in the illustrations
: Indicates an action that must be avoided.
Caution:
Make sure that the drain hose is installed so that drainage can go ahead
smoothly. Incorrect installation may result in water leakage, causing damage to furniture.
5) Power line, fuse or circuit breaker
Warning:
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: Indicates that important instructions must be followed.
: Indicates a part which must be grounded.
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: Indicates that caution should be taken with rotating parts. (This symbol is
displayed on the main unit label.) <Color: yellow>
: Beware of electric shock. (This symbol is displayed on the main unit label.)
<Color: yellow>
6) Grounding
Carefully read the labels affixed to the main unit.
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Warning:
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The outdoor unit must be installed on a stable, level surface, in a place
where there is no accumulation of snow, leaves or rubbish.
Do not stand on, or place any items on the unit. You may fall down or the
item may fall, causing injury.
Caution:
The outdoor unit should be installed in a location where air and noise emitted by the unit will not disturb the neighbours.
2) Indoor unit
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Do not splash water over the unit and do not touch the unit with wet
hands. An electric shock may result.
Do not spray combustible gas close to the unit. Fire may result.
Do not place a gas heater or any other open-flame appliance where it will
be exposed to the air discharged from the unit. Incomplete combustion
may result.
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Warning:
Do not remove the front panel or the fan guard from the outdoor unit
when it is running. You could be injured if you touch rotating, hot or highvoltage parts.
Never insert fingers, sticks etc. into the intakes or outlets, otherwise injury may result, since the fan inside the unit rotates at high speed. Exercise particular care when children are present.
If you detect odd smells, stop using the unit, turn off the power switch
and consult your dealer. Otherwise, a breakdown, electric shock or fire
may result.
When you notice exceptionally abnormal noise or vibration, stop operation, turn off the power switch, and contact your dealer.
Do not over-cool. The most suitable inside temperature is one that is
within 5 °C of the outside temperature.
Do not leave handicapped people or infants sitting or standing in the path
of the airflow from the air-conditioner. This could cause health problems.
Caution:
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Do not direct the airflow at plants or caged pets.
Ventilate the room frequently. If the unit is operated continuously in a
closed room for a long period of time, the air will become stale.
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Warning:
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Warning:
The indoor unit should be securely installed. If the unit is loosely mounted, it
may fall, causing injury.
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1) Outdoor unit
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The unit should not be installed by the user. Ask the dealer or an authorized company to install the unit. If the unit is installed improperly, water
leakage, electric shock or fire may result.
Use only accessories authorized by Mitsubishi Electric and ask your
dealer or an authorized company to install them. If accessories are installed improperly, water leakage, electric shock or fire may result.
The Installation Manual details the suggested installation method. Any
structural alteration necessary for installation must comply with local
building code requirements.
Never repair the unit or transfer it to another site by yourself. If repair is
performed improperly, water leakage, electric shock or fire may result. If
you need to have the unit repaired or moved, consult your dealer.
Keep the electric parts away from water (washing water) etc.
It might result in electric shock, catching fire or smoke.
Note1: When washing the Heat Exchanger and Drain Pan, ensure the Control Box, Motor and LEV remain dry, using a water proof covering.
Note2: Never drain the washing water for the Drain Pan and the Heat
Exchanger using the Drain Pump. Drain separately.
The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
Do not use a leak detection additive.
Do not use any sharp object to push the buttons, as this may damage the
remote controller.
Do not twist or tug on the remote controller cord as this may damage the
remote controller and cause malfunction.
Never remove the upper case of the remote controller. It is dangerous to
remove the upper case of the remote controller and touch the printed
circuit boards inside. Doing so can result in fire and failure.
Never wipe the remote controller with benzene, thinner, chemical rags,
etc. Doing so can result in discoloration and failure. To remove heavy
stains, soak a cloth in neutral detergent mixed with water, wring it out
thoroughly, wipe the stains off, and wipe again with a dry cloth.
Never block or cover the indoor or outdoor unit’s intakes or outlets. Tall
items of furniture underneath the indoor unit, or bulky items such as
large boxes placed close to the outdoor unit will reduce the unit’s efficiency.
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1.2. During operation
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safe place for easy reference whenever a question arises. If the unit is
going to be operated by another person, make sure that this manual is
given to him or her.
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1.1. Installation
The unit must be properly grounded. Never connect the grounding wire
to a gas pipe, water pipe, lightning conductor or telephone grounding
wire. If the unit is not grounded properly, electric shock may result.
Check frequently that the ground wire from the outdoor unit is properly
connected to both the unit’s ground terminal and the grounding electrode.
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Caution:
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Make sure that the unit is powered by a dedicated supply. Other appliances connected to the same supply could cause an overload.
Make sure that there is a main power switch.
Be sure to adhere to the unit’s voltage and fuse or circuit breaker ratings.
Never use a piece of wire or a fuse with a higher rating than the one
specified.
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Symbols used in the text
3) Remote controller
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precautions”.
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Please be sure to follow them.
In case of failure
When the air conditioner is not to be used for a long
time
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Never remodel the air conditioner. Consult your dealer for any repair or service. Improper repair work can result in water leakage, electric shock, fire, etc.
If the remote controller displays an error indication, the air conditioner
does not run, or there is any abnormality, stop operation and contact
your dealer. Leaving the unit as it is under such conditions can result in
fire or failure.
If the power breaker is frequently activated, get in touch with your dealer.
Leaving it as it is can result in fire or failure.
If the refrigeration gas blows out or leaks, stop the operation of the air
conditioner, thoroughly ventilate the room, and contact your dealer. Leaving the unit as it is can result in accidents due to oxygen deficiency.
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If the air conditioner is not to be used for a long time due to a seasonal
change, etc., run it for 4 - 5 hours with the air blowing until the inside is
completely dry. Failing to do so can result in the growth of unhygienic,
unhealthy mold in scattered areas throughout the room.
When it is not to be used for an extended time, keep the [power supply]
turned OFF.
If the power supply is kept on, several watts or several tens of watts will
be wasted. Also, the accumulation of dust, etc., can result in fire.
Keep the power switched ON for more than 12 hours before starting operation. Do not turn the power supply OFF during seasons of heavy use.
Doing so can result in failure.
1.3. Disposing of the unit
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When you need to dispose of the unit, consult your dealer. If pipes are removed incorrectly, refrigerant (fluorocarbon gas) may blow out and come
into contact with your skin, causing injury. Releasing refrigerant into the
atmosphere also damages the environment.
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2. Names and functions of various parts
Attachment and detachment of filter
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[Fig. A] (P.4)
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In removing the filter, precautions must be taken to protect your eyes
from dust. Also, if you have to climb up on a stool to do the job, be careful
not to fall.
Turn off the power supply when the filter is changed.
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3. How to operate
3.1. ON/OFF
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Start an operation
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TIME SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Hr
ON
TIMER
AFTER
AFTER OFF
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ONLY 1Hr.
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TEMP.
ON/OFF
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MENU
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BACK
MONITOR/SET
ON/OFF
FILTER
DAY
CLOCK
Stop an operation
FUNCTION
FILTER
WEEKLY
SIMPLE
AUTO OFF
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1. Press the B [ON/OFF] button again
Operation lamp goes off and operation stops.
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CHECK TEST
OPERATION
1. Press the B [ON/OFF] button
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Once the Buttons have been set, pressing of the [ON/OFF] Button only can
repeat the same operation thereafter.
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During operation, the operation lamp above the [ON/OFF] button lights up.
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Before starting operation
3.2. Selecting operation
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When selecting operation
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1. Press the 3 [Mode (Back)] Button
Consecutive press of the selecting operation Button switches the operation
over to E “ COOL”, “ DRY”, “ FAN”, (“ AUTO”), and (“ HEAT”). For
the contents of operation, check the display.
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The outdoor units stop when all the indoor units connected to the counterpart
outdoor units stop.
The indoor fan turns to the low-speed operation, disabling the change of fan
speed.
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Dry operation cannot be carried out at room temperature of less than 18 °C.
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During heating operation, even if the indoor unit is set to operation while the
outdoor unit is in defrosting operation, operation starts after the defrosting operation of the outdoor unit has ended.
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Start running after the “PLEASE WAIT” display has disappeared. The “PLEASE
WAIT” display briefly appears on the room temperature display (max. 3 minutes) when the power is turned on and after a power failure. This does not
indicate any failure of the air-conditioner.
The choice of indoor unit operation mode is limited by the operation status of
the outdoor unit to which a given indoor unit is connected. If an outdoor unit
and some of the indoor units that are connected to the outdoor units are already operating in the cooling mode, for example, only the cooling mode is
available for the rest of the units in the same group. If a different mode is requested, the symbol that corresponds to the requested mode will blink, notifying the user that the mode is currently unavailable. The same is true for the dry
and heating mode. This restriction, however, does not apply to the models that
support a simultaneous cooling/heating function.
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Caution:
Even if the [ON/OFF] Button is pressed immediately after the operation is
once stopped, operation is not restarted for about 3 minutes. This function
protects the machine. It automatically starts operation after the lapse of
approximately 3 minutes.
For cooling
Press the 3 [Mode (Back)] Button and bring up the “
COOL” display.
For dry
Press the 3 [Mode (Back)] Button and bring up the “ DRY” display.
For fan
Press the 3 [Mode (Back)] Button and bring up the “
FAN” display.
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The fan operation functions to circulate the air in the room.
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The temperature of the room cannot be set by fan operation.
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Never expose your body directly to cool air for a long time. Excessive exposure to cool air is bad for your health, and should therefore be avoided.
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To change room temperature
Press the 1 [Set Temperature] Button and set the room temperature of your
choice.
Pressing
or
once changes the setting by 1 °C.
If the pressing is continued, the setting continues to change by 1 °C.
2. When reaching room temperature of your choice
Both the compressor and indoor fan stop.
When stop continues for 10 minutes, the compressor and indoor fan are operated for 3 minutes to keep the humidity low.
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Indoor temperature can be set within the following range.
Cooling/dry :19 °C - 30 °C
Heating
:17 °C - 28 °C
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Temperature cannot be set for the fan mode.
For heating
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The range of room temperature display is 8 °C - 39 °C. Outside this range, the
display flashes either 8 °C - 39 °C to inform you if the room temperature is
lower or higher than the displayed temperature.
HEAT” display.
3.4. Fan speed adjustment
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Fan speed : 1 stage
Switching of fan speed is impossible.
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The ventilation unit (OA processing unit or LOSSNAY) automatically goes into
operation when the indoor unit that is interlocked with it goes into operation.
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If the 8 [Ventilation] button is pressed while the indoor unit is stopped, only the
ventilator goes into operation.
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Press the 8 [Ventilation] button to change the fan speed.
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Depending on the models, the indoor unit fan goes into operation while the unit
is in the ventilation mode.
3.6. Others
: Displayed when control is executed by a separately
sold centralized control unit, etc.
STAND BY
DEFROST
: Displayed from the start of heating operation until the
moment warm air blows out.
CHECK
: This displays indication when some abnormality occurs in the unit.
NOT AVAILABLE
: When a Button is pressed for any function which the
indoor unit cannot perform, this display flashes concurrently with the display of that function.
: In the system in which the [Sensor] display is indicated as the “remote controller”, room temperature
measurement is performed by the room temperature
sensor built into the remote controller.
: Displayed when it is time to clean the filter.
Press the A [Filter ( )] Button twice, then the display
is disappeared.
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4. The smart way to use
Prevent intrusion of heat during air-cooling
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Set the right room temperature
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In cooling operation, a temperature difference of about 5 °C between indoors
and outdoors is optimum.
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If the room temperature is raised by 1 °C during air-cooling operation, about
10 % electric power can be saved.
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Excessive cooling is bad for health. It also results in the waste of electric power.
Clean the filter thoroughly
Carry out ventilation sometimes
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Since the air periodically gets dirty in a room that is kept closed for a long time,
ventilation is sometimes necessary. When gas appliances are used together
with the air conditioner, special precautions must be taken. If the “LOSSNAY”
ventilation unit developed by our company is used, you can perform ventilation
with less waste. For details on this unit, consult with your dealer.
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If the screen of the air filter becomes clogged, the airflow and air-conditioning
effect can be significantly reduced.
Further, if the condition is left unattended, failure can result. It is particularly
important to clean the filter at the beginning of the cooling and heating seasons. (When profuse dust and dirt have accumulated, clean the filter thoroughly.)
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To prevent the intrusion of heat during cooling operation, provide a curtain or a
blind on the window to block out direct sunlight. Also, do not open the entrance
or exit except in cases of dire necessity.
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Even minimal steps to care for your air conditioner can help make its use far
more effective in terms of air-conditioning effect, electricity charges, etc.
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When the air-conditioner is used together with burners, thoroughly ventilate the area. Insufficient ventilation can result in accidents due to oxygen deficiency.
Never place a burner at a place where it is exposed to the airflow from the
air-conditioner.
Doing so can result in imperfect combustion of the burner.
The microcomputer functions in the following cases: *
Air does not blow out when heating starts. *
- To prevent any cool air from escaping, the indoor fan is gradually switched in
sequence from faint airflow/weak airflow/set airflow according to the temperature rise of the blown out air. Wait a moment until the airflow comes out naturally.
The fan is not moving at the set speed. *
- In some models, the system switches over to faint airflow when the temperature of the room reaches the set temperature. In other cases, it stops to
prevent any cool air from escaping during the defrosting operation.
Air flows out even if operation is stopped. *
- Approximately 1 minute after the stop of operation, the indoor fan sometimes rotates to eliminate extra heat generated by the electric heater, etc.
The fan speed comes to low or high.
* Except PEFY-P-NMHU-E-F.
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“STAND BY”
Displayed from the start of heating operation until the moment warm air blows out.
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Regarding displays during heating operation “DEFROST”
Displayed only during the defrosting operation.
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Press the 3 [Mode (Back)] Button to bring up the “
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The compressor and indoor fan function is linked motion according to the change
of the room temperature and automatically repeat ON/OFF.
3.3. Room temperature adjustment
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Dry operation
The dry is a microcomputer-controlled dehumidifying operation which controls excessive air-cooling according to the room temperature of your choice. (Not usable
for heating.)
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5. Caring for the machine
Always have filter maintenance performed by a service person.
Before care-taking, turn the power supply OFF.
How to clean
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Clear dust away lightly or clean it up with a vacuum cleaner. In the case of
severe staining, wash the filter in lukewarm water mixed with dissolved neutral
detergent or water, and then rinse off the detergent completely. After washing,
dry it and fix it back into place.
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Do not dry the filter by exposing it to direct sunlight or warming it using
fire, etc. Doing so can result in the deformation of the filter.
Washing it in hot water (more than 50 °C) can also result in deformation.
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Before you start cleaning, stop operation and turn OFF the power supply.
Remember that the fan is rotating inside at high speed, posing a serious
risk of injury.
Indoor units are equipped with filters to remove the dust of sucked-in air.
Clean the filters using the methods shown in the following sketches. (The
standard filter should normally be cleaned once a week, and the long-life
filter at the beginning of each season.)
The life of the filter depends on where the unit is installed and how it is
operated.
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Caution:
Never pour water or flammable sprays onto the air conditioner. Cleaning using
these methods can result in the failure of the air conditioner, electric shock,
or fire.
6. Troubleshooting
Before you ask for repair service, check the following points:
State of Machine
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It does not run.
Remote Controller
“'” display is not lit up
No display appears even
when the [ON/OFF] button is pressed.
Cause
Power failure
The power supply is turned OFF.
The fuse in the power supply is gone.
The earth leakage breaker is gone.
Troubleshooting
Press the [ON/OFF] button after power restoration.
Turn the power supply ON.
Replace fuse.
Put in the earth leakage breaker.
After checking the set temperature and inlet temperature
on the liquid crystal display, refer to [Room temperature
adjustment], and operate the adjustment button.
Clean up the filter.
(Refer to [Caring for the machine].)
Improper temperature adjustment
The liquid crystal display
shows that it is in the
state of operation.
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Air flows out but it does
not cool enough or heat
enough.
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Cool air or warm air
does not come out.
It runs briefly, but soon
stops.
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The sound of the exhaust and rotation of
the motor can still be
heard after stop of running.
The sound of the exhaust and the rotation
of the motor can be
heard intermittently after stop of running.
Warm air comes out intermittently when the
thermostat is OFF or
during fan operation.
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The liquid crystal display
shows that it is in operation.
The “check” and check
code flashes on the liquid
crystal display.
The filter is filled with dust and dirt.
There are some obstacles at the air inlet and outlet of
the indoor and outdoor units.
Windows and doors are open.
The restart-preventing circuit is in operation for 3 minutes.
Indoor unit operation was restarted during the heating
and defrosting operation.
There are some obstacles at the air inlet and outlet of
the indoor and outdoor units.
Remove.
Close.
Wait for a while.
(To protect the compressor, a 3-minute restart-preventing
circuit is built into the indoor unit. Therefore, there are occasions sometimes when the compressor does not start running immediately. There are cases when it does not run for
as long as 3 minutes.)
Wait for a while.
(Heating operation starts after ending defrosting operation.)
Rerun after removal
The filter is filled with dust and dirt.
Rerun after cleaning the filter. (Refer to [Caring for the machine].)
All lights are out except
the powered display of
“'”.
When other indoor units are engaged in cooling operation, the machine stops after running a drain-up mechanism for 3 minutes when air-cooling operation is
stopped.
Wait for 3 minutes.
All lights are out except
the powered display of
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When other indoor units are engaged in cooling operation, drained water is brought in. If the drain water is
collected, the drain-up mechanism initiates a draining
operation.
It soon stops. (If the noise occurs more than 2-3 times in an
hour, ask for repair service.)
The liquid crystal display
shows that it is in the
state of operation.
When other indoor units are engaged in heating operation, the control valves are opened and closed from
time to time to maintain the stability of the system.
It soon stops. (If the room temperature rises uncomfortably
high in a small room, stop operation.)
If operation stops due to a power failure, the [restart-preventing circuit at power failure] operates and disables unit operation even after power restoration. In this case,
press the [ON/OFF] button again and start operation.
If malfunctions persist after you have checked the above, turn the power supply OFF and contact your dealer with information about the product name, the nature of the
malfunction, etc. If the display of “[check]” and (4 digit) check code flashes, tell the dealer contents of the display (check code). Never attempt to repair by yourself.
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The air blown out from the air conditioner can sometimes give off odors. This is due to cigarette smoke contained in the air of the room, the smell of cosmetics, the walls,
furniture, etc., absorbed in the air conditioner.
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A hissing noise can be heard immediately after the air conditioner is started or stopped. This is the sound of the refrigeration flowing inside the air conditioner. This is
normal.
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The air conditioner sometimes snaps or clicks at the beginning or end of cooling/heating operation. This is the sound of friction on the front panel and other sections due
to expansion and contraction caused by temperature change. This is normal.
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7. Installation, transferring works, and checking
Regarding place for installation
Consult with your dealer for details on installation and transferring the installation.
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Caution:
Never install the air conditioner where there is a risk of leakage of flammable
gas.
If gas leaks and accumulates around the unit, fire can result.
Regarding transfer of installation
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Never install the air conditioner at the following place:
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where there is a lot of machine oil
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near the ocean and beach areas where there is salt air.
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where humidity is high
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where there are hot springs nearby
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where there is sulphurous gas
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where there is a high-frequency processing machinery (a high-frequency welder,
etc.)
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where acid solution is frequently used
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where special sprays are frequently used
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Install the indoor unit horizontally. Otherwise, water leakage can result.
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Take sufficient measures against noise when installing the air conditioners at
hospitals or communication-related businesses.
When removing and reinstalling the air conditioner when you enlarge your
home, remodel, or move, consult with your dealer in advance to ascertain the
cost of the professional engineering work required for transferring the installation.
Caution:
When moving or reinstalling the air conditioner, consult with your dealer.
Defective installation can result in electric shock, fire, etc.
Regarding electrical work
In installing work, choose a place that can fully bear the weight of the air conditioner, and where noise and vibration can be reduced.
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Choose a place where cool or warm air and noise from the outdoor air outlet of
the air conditioner does not inconvenience the neighbors.
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If any alien object is placed near the outdoor air outlet of the air conditioner,
decreased performance and increased noise can result. Avoid placing any
obstacles adjacent to the air outlet.
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If the air conditioner produces any abnormal sound, consult with your dealer.
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Regarding noise
Maintenance and inspection
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If the air conditioner is used throughout several seasons, the insides can get
dirty, reducing the performance.
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If the air conditioner is used in any of the above-mentioned environments, frequent
operational failure can be expected. It is advisable to avoid these types of installation sites.
For further details, consult with your dealer.
Depending upon the conditions of usage, foul odors can be generated and
drainage can deteriorate due to dust and dirt, etc.
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The electrical work must be undertaken by a person who is qualified as
an electrical engineer according to the [technical standard respecting
electrical installation], [internal wiring rules], and the installation instruction manual with the absolute use of exclusive circuits. The use of other
products with the power source can result in burnt-out beakers and fuses.
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Never connect the grounding wire to a gas pipe, water pipe, arrester, or
telephone grounding wire. For details, consult with your dealer.
In some types of installation sites, the installation of an earth leakage
breaker is mandatory. For details, consult with your dealer.
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PEH-8WYB
PEH-10WYB
3N~380-415V 50Hz
19.0/22.4
22.0/27.0
470/1,250/1,120
470/1,250/1,120
100
100
58.0
72.0
110/220
110/220
130/260
130/260
42
50
44
52
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Cooling capacity*1 / Heating capacity*1
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400, 415V
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Noise level*3
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400, 415V
Filter
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Notes: * Operation temperature of indoor unit.
Cooling mode: 15 °C WB - 24 °C WB
Heating mode: 15 °C DB - 27 °C DB
*1 Cooling/Heating capacity indicates the maximum value at operation under the following condition.
Cooling: Indoor: 27 °C DB/19 °C WB
Outdoor: 35 °C DB
Heating: Indoor: 20 °C DB
Outdoor: 7 °C DB/6 °C WB
*2 The external static pressure is set to 220 Pa (at 380 V)/260 Pa (at 400, 415 V) at factory shipment.
*3 The operating noise is the data that was obtained in an anechoic room.
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This product is designed and intended for use in the residential, commercial and light-industrial environment.
Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on
this manual before handing it to the customer.
HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BLDG., 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN
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