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Air-Conditioners
Indoor unit
PLA-RP·AA (2) / PLH-P·AAH
PKA-RP·GAL / PKH-P·GALH
PKA-RP·FAL / PKH-P·FALH
PCA-RP·GA / PCH-P·GAH
PCA-RP·HA
PSA-RP·GA / PSH-P·GAH
PMH-P·BA
PEAD-RP·EA (2) / PEHD-P·EAH
PEAD-RP·GA
OPERATION MANUAL
FOR USER
For safe and correct use, please read this operation manual thoroughly before operating the air-conditioner unit.
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Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Safety Precautions ............................................................. 2
Parts Names ....................................................................... 2
Screen Configuration .......................................................... 6
Setting the Day of the Week and Time ............................... 6
Operation ............................................................................ 6
Timer ................................................................................... 8
Note (Marking
for WEEE)
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Other Functions ................................................................ 11
Function Selection ............................................................ 12
Emergency Operation for Wireless Remote-controller ..... 16
Care and Cleaning ............................................................ 16
Trouble Shooting .............................................................. 18
Specifications ................................................................... 19
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This symbol means that electrical and electronic equipment, at their end-of-life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.
Please, dispose of this equipment at your local community waste collection/recycling centre.
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1. Safety Precautions
Symbols used in the text
s Before installing the unit, make sure you read all the “Safety
Precautions”.
s The “Safety Precautions” provide very important points regarding safety. Make sure you follow them.
s Please report to or take consent by the supply authority before connection to the system.
Warning:
Describes precautions that should be observed to prevent danger 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 a part which must be grounded.
Warning:
• The unit must 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.
• Do not stand on, or place any items on the unit.
• 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.
• Do not remove the front panel or the fan guard from the outdoor
unit when it is running.
Caution:
• Do not use any sharp object to push the buttons, as this may damage the remote controller.
• Never block or cover the indoor or outdoor unit’s intakes or outlets.
• When you notice exceptionally abnormal noise or vibration, stop
operation, turn off the power switch, and contact your dealer.
• Never insert fingers, sticks etc. into the intakes or outlets.
• 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.
• This air conditioner is NOT intended for use by children or infirm
persons without supervision.
• Young children must be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the air conditioner.
• If the refrigeration gas blows out or leaks, stop the operation of the
air conditioner, thoroughly ventilate the room, and contact your dealer.
Disposing of the unit
When you need to dispose of the unit, consult your dealer.
2. Parts Names
■ Indoor Unit
Fan steps
Vane
Louver
Filter
Filter cleaning indication
PLA-RP·AA (2)
PLH-P·AAH
4 steps
Auto with swing
–
Long-life
2,500 hr
PKA-RP·GAL
PKH-P·GALH
4 steps
Auto with swing
Manual
Normal
100 hr
PKA-RP·FAL
PKH-P·FALH
2 steps
Auto with swing
Manual
Normal
100 hr
PCA-RP·HA
PSA-RP·GA
PSH-P·GAH
2 steps
Manual
Auto with swing
Long-life
2,500 hr
PMH-P·BA
Fan steps
Vane
Louver
Filter
Filter cleaning indication
2 steps
Manual
Manual
Oil
100 hr
Fan steps
Vane
Louver
Filter
Filter cleaning indication
PEAD-RP·EA (2)
PEHD-P·EAH
2 steps
–
–
–
–
2
PEAD-RP·GA
2 steps
–
–
–
–
4 steps
Auto with swing
Manual
Normal
100 hr
PCA-RP·GA
PCH-P·GAH
4 steps
Auto with swing
Manual
Long-life
2,500 hr
2. Parts Names
■ PLA-RP·AA (2)/PLH-P·AAH
4-way Ceiling Cassette
■ PMH-P·BA
1-way Ceiling Cassette
Vane
Vane
Filter
Louver
Air outlet
Air outlet
Air intake
Filter
Air inlet
■ PKA-RP·GAL/PKH-P·GALH
Wall Mounted
Filter
■ PKA-RP·FAL/PKH-P·FALH
Wall Mounted
Air intake
Air intake
Filter
Vane
Louver
Air outlet
Vane
Louver
■ PCA-RP·GA/PCH-P·GAH
Ceiling Suspended
Louver
Air outlet
■ PCA-RP·HA
Kitchen
Air outlet
Air outlet
Louver
Vane
Vane
Filter
Air intake
Oil filter
(Air intake)
■ PSA-RP·GA/PSH-P·GAH
Floor Standing
Vane
Louver
Air outlet
Filter
■ PEAD-RP·EA (2)/PEHD-P·EAH
PEAD-RP·GA
Ceiling Concealed
Remote
controller
Air intake
Filter
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2. Parts Names
■ Wired Remote-Controller
“Sensor” indication
Display Section
Displayed when the remote controller
sensor is used.
Day-of-Week
For purposes of this explanation,
all parts of the display are shown
as lit. During actual operation, only
the relevant items will be lit.
Shows the current day of the week.
Time/Timer Display
“Locked” indicator
Shows the current time, unless the simple or Auto Off
timer is set.
If the simple or Auto Off timer is set, shows the time
remaining.
Indicates that remote controller buttons have been locked.
Identifies the current operation
“Clean The Filter” indicator
Shows the operating mode, etc.
* Multilanguage display is supported.
Comes on when it is time to clean the
filter.
TIME SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
TIMER
Hr
ON
AFTER
FUNCTION
FILTER
˚F˚C
˚F˚C
“Centrally Controlled” indicator
Indicates that operation of the remote controller has been prohibited by a master controller.
Timer indicators
AFTER OFF
ERROR CODE
The indicator comes on if the corresponding timer is set.
WEEKLY
SIMPLE
AUTO OFF
ONLY1Hr.
Fan Speed indicator
Shows the selected fan speed.
“Timer is Off” indicator
Indicates that the timer is off.
Up/Down Air Direction indicator
The indicator
shows the direction of the outcoming airflow.
Room Temperature display
Shows the room temperature. The room
temperature display range is 8–39°C.
The display flashes if the temperature
is less than 8 °C or 39 °C or more.
Ventilation indicator
Appears when the unit is running in
Ventilation mode.
“One Hour Only” indicator
Temperature Setting
Shows the target temperature.
Displayed if the airflow is set to
weak and downward during COOL
or DRY mode. (Operation varies
according to model.)
The indicator goes off after one
hour, at which time the airflow direction also changes.
Louver display
Indicates the action of the swing louver.
Does not appear if the louver is stationary.
(Power On indicator)
Indicates that the power is on.
Operation Section
ON/OFF button
Set Temperature buttons
Down
Fan Speed button
Up
Timer Menu button
(Monitor/Set button)
Filter
button
(<Enter> button)
Mode button (Return button)
TEMP.
ON/OFF
Set Time buttons
Check button (Clear button)
Back
Ahead
Test Run button
MENU
BACK
MONITOR/SET
ON/OFF
FILTER
DAY
CHECK TEST
Airflow Up/Down button
Timer On/Off button
(Set Day button)
PAR-21MAA
CLOCK
OPERATION
CLEAR
Louver button
(
Operation button)
To preceding operation
number.
Opening the
door.
Built-in temperature sensor
Ventilation button
(
Operation button)
To next operation
number.
Note:
● “PLEASE WAIT” message
This message is displayed for approximately 3 minutes when power is supplied to the indoor unit or when the unit is recovering from a power failure.
● “NOT AVAILABLE” message
This message is displayed if a button is pressed to operate a function that the indoor unit does not have.
If a single remote controller is used to simultaneously operate multiple indoor units that are different models, this message will not be displayed if
any of the indoor units is equipped with the function.
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2. Parts Names
■ Wireless Remote-Controller
Transmission area
Transmission indicator
Remote controller display
Timer indicator
* For explanation purposes, all of the items
that appear in the display are shown.
* All items are displayed when the Reset
button is pressed.
Operation areas
ON/OFF button
Set Temperature buttons
Fan Speed button (Changes fan speed)
Timer Off button
Timer On button
Airflow button (Changes up/down airflow direction)
Hour button
Minute button
Mode button (Changes operation mode)
Set Time button (Sets the time)
Check button
Louver button (Changes left/right airflow direction)
Test Run button
Reset button
■ When using the wireless remote controller, point it towards the receiver on the indoor unit.
■ If the remote controller is operated within approximately two minutes after power is supplied
to the indoor unit, the indoor unit may beep twice as the unit is performing the initial automatic check.
■ The indoor unit beeps to confirm that the signal transmitted from the remote controller has
been received. Signals can be received up to approximately 7 meters in a direct line from
the indoor unit in an area 45° to the left and right of the unit. However, illumination such as
fluorescent lights and strong light can affect the ability of the indoor unit to receive signals.
■ If the operation lamp near the receiver on the indoor unit is flashing, the unit needs to be
inspected. Consult your dealer for service.
■ Handle the remote controller carefully! Do not drop the remote controller or subject it to
strong shocks. In addition, do not get the remote controller wet or leave it in a location with
high humidity.
■ To avoid misplacing the remote controller, install the holder included with the remote controller on a wall and be sure to always place the remote controller in the holder after use.
Battery installation/replacement
1. Remove the top cover, insert two AAA batteries, and then install the top cover.
1
2
Top cover
3
Two AAA batteries
Insert the negative (–)
end of each battery
first. Install the batteries in the correct directions (+, –)!
2. Press the Reset button.
■ Outdoor unit
Power
Press the Reset button
with an object that has
a narrow end.
Ref. Pipes
Indoor-Outdoor
Connection wire
Earth
Service Panel
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3. Screen Configuration
Set Day/Time
Function Selection of remote controller
TIME SUN
A
D
C
Standard Control Screens
˚F˚C
˚C
OFF
ON
B
C
Timer Monitor
Timer Setup
MON
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
TIMER
OFF
B
˚F˚C
WEEKLY
WEEKLY
<Screen Types>
For details on setting the language for the remote controller display, refer
to section 8. Function Selection.
The initial language setting is English.
● Function Selection of remote controller:
Set the functions and ranges available to the remote controller (timer functions, operating restrictions, etc.)
● Set Day/Time:
Set the current day of the week or time.
● Standard Control Screens:
View and set the air conditioning system’s operating status
● Timer Monitor:
View the currently set timer (weekly timer, simple timer, or Auto Off timer)
● Timer Setup:
Set the operation of any of the timers (weekly
timer, simple timer, or Auto Off timer).
<How to change the screen>
A :Hold down both the Mode button and the Timer On/Off button for 2
seconds.
B :Press the Timer Menu button.
C :Press the Mode (Return) button.
D :Press either of the Set Time buttons ( or ).
4. Setting the Day of the Week and Time
3
1
Day of the Week &
Time display
2
TIME SUN
TIME SUN
Day of the Week Setting
4
Time Setting
˚C
˚C
TEMP.
2
MENU
BACK
ON/OFF
MONITOR/SET
PAR-21MAA
9
ON/OFF
4
FILTER
DAY
CHECK TEST
OPERATION
CLOCK
CLEAR
A
Note:
The day and time will not appear if clock use has been disabled at Function
Selection of remote controller.
1. Press the
or
Set Time button A to show display 2.
2. Press the Timer On/Off (Set Day) button 9 to set the day.
* Each press advances the day shown at 3 : Sun → Mon → ... → Fri →
Sat.
3. Press the appropriate Set Time button A as necessary to set the time.
* As you hold the button down, the time (at 4) will increment first in
minute intervals, then in ten-minute intervals, and then in one-hour intervals.
4. After making the appropriate settings at Steps 2 and 3, press the Filter
button 4 to lock in the values.
5. Operation
2
˚C
3
3
˚C
TEMP.
2
MENU
BACK
MONITOR/SET
PAR-21MAA
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
2
1
5
1
5
6
OPERATION
7 8
CLEAR
5
Note:
● When the unit is restarted, initial settings are as follows.
6
3
6
<To Start Operation>
■ Press the ON/OFF button 1.
• The ON lamp 1 and the display area come on.
Airflow up/down
7
CHECK TEST
5.1. Turning ON/OFF
Mode
Temperature setting
Fan speed
3
FILTER
DAY
CLOCK
6
4
5
8
7
1
Remote Controller settings
Last operation mode
Last set temperature
Last set fan speed
COOL or DRY Horiz. outlet
Last setting
Mode HEAT
Horiz. outlet
FAN
2
6
7
5. Operation
<To Stop Operation>
■ Press the ON/OFF button 1 again.
• The ON lamp 1 and the display area go dark.
Note:
Even if you press the ON/OFF button immediately after shutting down the operation is progress, the air conditioner will not start for about three minutes.
This is to prevent the internal components from being damaged.
5.2. Mode select
) button 2 and select the opera-
■ Press the operation mode (
tion mode 2.
s
Cooling mode
Drying mode
5.3. Temperature setting
s To decrease the room temperature:
button 3 to set the desired temperature.
Press
The selected temperature is displayed 3.
s To increase the room temperature:
Press
button 3 to set the desired temperature.
The selected temperature is displayed 3.
• Available temperature ranges are as follows:
Cooling/Drying:
19 - 30 °C
Heating:
17 - 28 °C
Automatic:
19 - 28 °C
• The display flashes either 8 °C - 39 °C to inform you if the room temperature is lower or higher than the displayed temperature.
Fan mode
5.4. Fan speed setting
Heating mode
■ Press the Fan Speed button 5 as many times as necessary while the
system is running.
• Each press changes the force. The currently selected speed is shown
at 5.
• The change sequence, and the available settings, are as follows.
Automatic (cooling/heating) mode
Ventillation mode
Only indicated on the following condition
Wired remote controller used
LOSSNAY connected
Information for multi system air conditioner (Outdoor
unit: MXZ series)
s Multi system air conditioner (Outdoor unit: MXZ series) can connect two or more indoor units with one outdoor unit. According to
the capacity, two or more units can operate simultaneously.
• When you try to operate two or more indoor units with one outdoor unit
simultaneously, one for the cooling and the other for heating, the operation mode of the indoor unit that operates earlier is selected. The other
indoor units that will start the operation later cannot operate, indicating
an operation state in flashing.
In this case, please set all the indoor units to the same operation mode.
• There might be a case that the indoor unit, which is operating in
(AUTO) mode. Cannot change over to the operating mode (COOL ↔
HEAT) and becomes a state of standby.
• When indoor unit starts the operation while the defrosting of outdoor
unit is being done, it takes a few minutes (max. about 15 minutes) to
blow out the warm air.
• In the heating operation, though indoor unit that does not operate may
get warm or the sound of refrigerant flowing may be heard, they are not
malfunction. The reason is that the refrigerant continuously flows into it.
Automatic operation
■ According to a set temperature, cooling operation starts if the room temperature is too hot and heating operation starts if the room temperature
is too cold.
■ During automatic operation, if the room temperature changes and remains 2 °C or more above the set temperature for 15 minutes, the air
conditioner switches to cooling mode. In the same way, if the room temperature remains 2 °C or more below the set temperature for 15 minutes, the air conditioner switches to heating mode.
Cooling mode
Display
FAN SPEED
15 minutes (switches
from heating to cooling)
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 3
Speed 4
4-speed
model
2-speed
model
Note:
● The number of available fan speeds depends on the type of unit connected.
Note also that some units do not provide an “Auto” setting.
● In the following cases, the actual fan speed generated by the unit will differ
from the speed shown the remote controller display.
1. While the display is showing “STAND BY” or “DEFROST”.
2. When the temperature of the heat exchanger is low in the heating mode.
(e.g. immediately after heating operation starts)
3. In HEAT mode, when room temperature is higher than the temperature
setting.
4. When the unit is in DRY mode.
5.5. Airflow direction setting
<To Change the Airflow’s Up/Down Direction>
■ With the unit running, press the Airflow Up/Down button 6 as necessary.
• Each press changes the direction. The current direction is shown at 6.
• The change sequence, and the available settings, are as follows.
Horiz.
1
2
3
4
Swing
Display
* Note that during swing operation, the directional indication on the
screen does not change in sync with the directional vanes on the unit.
* Some models do not support directional settings.
Set temperature +2°C
Set temperature
Set temperature -2°C
15 minutes (switches
from cooling to heating )
■ Because the room temperature is automatically adjusted in order to
maintain a fixed effective temperature, cooling operation is performed a
few degrees warmer and heating operation is performed a few degrees
cooler than the set room temperature once the temperature is reached
(automatic energy-saving operation).
Note:
● Available directions depend on the type of unit connected. Note also that
some units do not provide an “Auto” setting.
● In the following cases, the actual air direction will differ from the direction
indicated on the remote controller display.
1. While the display is showing “STAND BY” or “DEFROST”.
2. Immediately after starting heater mode (while the system is waiting for
the mode change to take effect).
3. In heat mode, when room temperature is higher than the temperature setting.
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5. Operation
<To Change the Right/Left Air Direction>
■ Press the louver button 7 as necessary.
• The louver image 7 appears.
Each press of the button switches the setting as follows.
No display
(Stop)
(ON)
● To run the ventilator independently:
■ Press the Mode button 2 until
cause the ventilator to start.
During swing operation, the arrow display move to the left and right.
(OFF)
appears on the display. This will
● To change the ventilator force:
■ Press the Ventilation button 8 as necessary.
• Each press toggles the setting, as shown below.
▲
▲
5.6. Ventillation
s For LOSSNAY combination
Low
5.6.1. For Wired Remote-controller
● To run the ventilator together with the indoor unit:
■ Press the ON/OFF button 1.
• The Vent indication appears on the screen (at 8). The ventilator will
now automatically operate whenever the indoor unit is running.
High
5.6.2. For Wireless Remote-controller
● The ventillator will automatically operate when the indoor unit turns on.
● No indication on the wireless remote controller.
6. Timer
6.1. For Wired Remote-controller
You can use Function Selection of remote controller to select which of
three types of timer to use: 1 Weekly timer, 2 Simple timer, or 3 Auto Off
timer.
6.1.1. Weekly Timer
■ The weekly timer can be used to set up to eight operations for each day
of the week.
• Each operation may consist of any of the following: ON/OFF time
together with a temperature setting, or ON/OFF time only, or temperature setting only.
• When the current time reaches a time set at this timer, the air
conditioner carries out the action set by the timer.
■ Time setting resolution for this timer is 1 minute.
Note:
*1. Weekly Timer/Simple Timer/Auto Off Timer cannot be used at the same time.
*2. The weekly timer will not operate when any of the following conditions is in
effect.
The timer feature is off; the system is in an malfunction state; a test run is
in progress; the remote controller is undergoing self-check or remote controller check; the user is in the process of setting a function; the user is in
the process of setting the timer; the user is in the process of setting the
current day of the week or time; the system is under central control. (Specifically, the system will not carry out operations (unit on, unit off, or temperature setting) that are prohibited during these conditions.)
<How to Set the Weekly Timer>
1. Be sure that you are at a standard control screen, and that the weekly
timer indicator 1 is shown in the display.
2. Press the Timer Menu button B, so that the “Set Up” appears on the
screen (at 2). (Note that each press of the button toggles the display
between “Set Up” and “Monitor”.)
3. Press the Timer On/Off (Set Day) button 9 to set the day. Each press
advances the display at 3 to the next setting, in the following sequence:
“Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat” → “Sun” → ... → “Fri” → “Sat” → “Sun
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat”...
4. Press the
or
Operation button (7 or 8) as necessary to select the
appropriate operation number (1 to 8) 4.
* Your inputs at Steps 3 and 4 will select one of the cells from the matrix
illustrated below.
(The remote-controller display at left shows how the display would
appear when setting Operation 1 for Sunday to the values indicated
below.)
Setup Matrix
Op No.
Sunday
No. 1
• 8:30
• ON
• 23 °C
No. 2
• 10:00
• OFF
…
Monday
• 10:00
• OFF
• 10:00
• OFF
3 Day Setting
No. 8
▲
▲
<Operation 1 settings for Sunday>
Start the air conditioner at 8:30, with
the temperature set to 23 °C.
SUN
ON
1
˚C
WEEKLY
TEMP.
MENU
PAR-21MAA
• 10:00
• OFF
…
Operation No.
4
2
BACK
Saturday
MONITOR/SET
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
FILTER
DAY
CHECK TEST
OPERATION
CLOCK
3
1
B
4
0
<Operation 2 settings for every day>
Turn off the air conditioner at 10:00.
Note:
By setting the day to “Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat”, you can set the same
operation to be carried out at the same time every day.
(Example: Operation 2 above, which is the same for all days of the week.)
<Setting the Weekly Timer>
Shows the time
setting
5
6
Shows the selected operation (ON or OFF)
* Does not appear if operation is not set.
CLEAR
SUN
ON
˚C
WEEKLY
2
8
A
9
78
7
Shows the temperature setting
* Does not appear if temperature is not
set.
5. Press the appropriate Set Time button A as necessary to set the
desired time (at 5).
* As you hold the button down, the time first increments in minute intervals, then in ten-minute intervals, and then in one-hour intervals.
6. Press the ON/OFF button 1 to select the desired operation (ON or
OFF), at 6.
* Each press changes the next setting, in the following sequence:
No display (no setting) → “ON” → “OFF”
6. Timer
7. Press the appropriate Set Temperature button 3 to set the desired
temperature (at 7).
* Each press changes the setting, in the following sequence: No
display (no setting) ⇔ 24 ⇔ 25 ⇔ ... ⇔ 29 ⇔ 30 ⇔ 12 ⇔ ... ⇔ 23
⇔ No display.
(Available range: The range for the setting is 12 °C to 30 °C. The
actual range over which the temperature can be controlled, however, will vary according to the type of the connected unit.)
8. After making the appropriate settings at Steps 5, 6 and 7, press the
Filter
button 4 to lock in the values.
To clear the currently set values for the selected operation, press and
quickly release the Check (Clear) button 0 once.
* The displayed time setting will change to “—:—”, and the On/Off
and temperature settings will all disappear.
(To clear all weekly timer settings at once, hold down the Check
(Clear) button 0 for two seconds or more. The display will begin
flashing, indicating that all settings have been cleared.)
Note:
Your new entries will be cancelled if you press the Mode (Return) button
2 before pressing the Filter
button 4.
If you have set two or more different operations for exactly the same
time, only the operation with the highest Operation No. will be carried
out.
6.1.2. Simple Timer
■ You can set the simple timer in any of three ways.
• Start time only:
The air conditioner starts when the set time has elapsed.
• Stop time only:
The air conditioner stops when the set time has elapsed.
• Start & stop times:
The air conditioner starts and stops at the respective elapsed times.
■ The simple timer (start and stop) can be set only once within a 72-hour
period.
The time setting is made in hour increments.
Note:
*1. Weekly Timer/Simple Timer/Auto Off Timer cannot be used at the same time.
*2. The simple timer will not operate when any of the following conditions is in
effect.
The timer is off; the system is in malfunction state; a test run is in progress;
the remote controller is undergoing self-check or remote controller check;
the user is in the process of selecting a function; the user is in the process
of setting the timer; the system is under central control. (Under these conditions, On/Off operation is prohibited.)
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ON
AFTER
9. Repeat Steps 3 to 8 as necessary to fill as many of the available cells
as you wish.
10.Press the mode (Return) button 2 to return to the standard control
screen and complete the setting procedure.
11.To activate the timer, press the Timer On/Off button 9, so that the
“Timer Off” indication disappears from the screen. Be sure that the
“Timer Off” indication is no longer displayed.
* If there are no timer settings, the “Timer Off” indication will flash on
the screen.
SIMPLE
TEMP.
MENU
BACK
PAR-21MAA
2
<How to View the Weekly Timer Settings>
8
9
ON/OFF
MONITOR/SET
FILTER
DAY
OPERATION
CLOCK
A
CHECK TEST
1
B
4
0
CLEAR
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<How to Set the Simple Timer>
Timer Settings
2
SUN
TIMER
ON/OFF
ON
4
Timer Setting
OFF
˚C
WEEKLY
1
1. Be sure that the weekly timer indicator is visible on the screen (at 1).
2. Press the Timer Menu button B so that “Monitor” is indicated on the
screen (at 8).
3. Press the Timer On/Off (Set Day) button 9 as necessary to select
the day you wish to view.
4. Press the
or
Operation button (7 or 8) as necessary to change
the timer operation shown on the display (at 9).
* Each press will advance to the next timer operation, in order of
time setting.
5. To close the monitor and return to the standard control screen, press
the Mode (Return) button 2.
<To Turn Off the Weekly Timer>
Press the Timer On/Off button 9 so that “Timer Off” appears at 0.
TIME SUN
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0
˚C
WEEKLY
<To Turn On the Weekly Timer>
Press the Timer On/Off button 9 so that the “Timer Off” indication (at 0)
goes dark.
TIME SUN
˚C
0
˚C
WEEKLY
Hr
3
ON
AFTER
SIMPLE
1
Action (On or Off)
* “— —” is displayed if there is no
setting.
1. Be sure that you are at a standard control screen, and that the simple
timer indicator is visible in the display (at 1).
When something other than the Simple Timer is displayed, set it to
SIMPLE TIMER using the function selection of remote controller (see
8.[4]–3 (3)) timer function setting.
2. Press the Timer Menu button B, so that the “Set Up” appears on the
screen (at 2). (Note that each press of the button toggles the display
between “Set Up” and “Monitor”.)
3. Press the ON/OFF button 1 to display the current ON or OFF simple
timer setting. Press the button once to display the time remaining to ON,
and then again to display the time remaining to OFF. (The ON/OFF
indication appears at 3).
• “ON” timer:
The air conditioner will start operation when the specified number of
hours has elapsed.
• “OFF” timer:
The air conditioner will stop operation when the specified number of
hours has elapsed.
4. With “ON” or “OFF” showing at 3: Press the appropriate Set Time button
A as necessary to set the hours to ON (if “ON” is displayed) or the hours
to OFF (if “OFF” is displayed) at 4.
• Available Range: 1 to 72 hours
5. To set both the ON and OFF times, repeat Steps 3 and 4.
* Note that ON and OFF times cannot be set to the same value.
6. To clear the current ON or OFF setting: Display the ON or OFF setting
(see step 3) and then press the Check (Clear) button 0 so that the time
setting clears to “—” at 4. (If you want to use only an ON setting or only
an OFF setting, be sure that the setting you do not wish to use is shown
as “—”.)
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6. Timer
7. After completing steps 3 to 6 above, press the Filter
in the value.
button 4 to lock
Note:
Your new settings will be cancelled if you press the Mode (Return) button 2
before pressing the Filter
button 4.
Example 2:
Start the timer, with OFF time is sooner than ON time
ON Setting: 5 hours
OFF Setting: 2 hours
Hr
AFTER OFF
At Timer Start
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SIMPLE
Hr
At 2 hours after timer start
ON
AFTER
SIMPLE
<Viewing the Current Simple Timer Settings>
6
▲
5
Display changes to show the timer’s ON setting
(hours remaining to ON).
The time displayed is ON setting (5 hours) –
OFF setting (2 hours) = 3 hours.
Timer Setting
At 5 hours after timer start
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TIMER
Display shows the timer’s OFF setting (hours
remaining to OFF).
▲
8. Press the Mode (Return) button 2 to return to the standard control
screen.
9. Press the Timer On/Off button 9 to start the timer countdown. When the
timer is running, the timer value is visible on the display. Be sure that the
timer value is visible and appropriate.
Hr
˚C
ON
AFTER OFF
SIMPLE
SIMPLE
1
1. Be sure that the simple timer indicator is visible on the screen (at 1).
2. Press the Timer Menu button B, so that the “Monitor” appears on the
screen (at 5).
• If the ON or OFF simple timer is running, the current timer value will
appear at 6.
• If ON and OFF values have both been set, the two values appear
alternately.
3. Press the Mode (Return) button 2 to close the monitor display and return
to the standard control screen.
<To Turn Off the Simple Timer...>
Press the Timer On/Off button 9 so that the timer setting no longer appears on the screen (at 7).
The air conditioner comes on, and will continue
to run until someone turns it off.
6.1.3. Auto Off Timer
■ This timer begins countdown when the air conditioner starts, and shuts
the air conditioner off when the set time has elapsed.
■ Available settings run from 30 minutes to 4 hours, in 30-minute intervals.
Note:
*1. Weekly Timer/Simple Timer/Auto Off Timer cannot be used at the same time.
*2. The Auto Off timer will not operate when any of the following conditions is
in effect.
The timer is off; the system is in malfunction state; a test run is in progress;
the remote controller is undergoing self-check or remote controller check;
the user is in the process of selecting a function; the user is in the process
of setting the timer; the system is under central control. (Under these conditions, On/Off operation is prohibited.)
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AFTER
OFF
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SIMPLE
AUTO OFF
TEMP.
<To Turn On the Simple Timer...>
Press the Timer On/Off button 9 so that the timer setting becomes visible
at 7.
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Hr
MENU
BACK
PAR-21MAA
MONITOR/SET
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
B
4
FILTER
DAY
CHECK TEST
OPERATION
CLOCK
CLEAR
ON
AFTER
˚C
˚C
SIMPLE
2
Examples
If ON and OFF times have both been set at the simple timer, operation and
display are as indicated below.
Example 1:
Start the timer, with ON time set sooner than OFF time
ON Setting: 3 hours
OFF Setting: 7 hours
Hr
ON
AFTER
At Timer Start
SIMPLE
Display shows the timer’s ON setting (hours
remaining to ON).
▲
At 3 hours after timer start
Hr
AFTER OFF
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˚C
SIMPLE
Display changes to show the timer’s OFF setting (hours remaining to OFF).
The time displayed is OFF setting (7 hours) –
ON setting (3 hours) = 4 hours.
▲
At 7 hours after timer start
SIMPLE
The air conditioner goes off, and will remain off
until someone restarts it.
A
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<How to Set the Auto Off Timer>
2
3
AFTER
Timer Setting
OFF
AUTO OFF
1
1. Be sure that you are at a standard control screen, and that the Auto Off
timer indicator is visible in the display (at 1).
When something other than the Auto Off Timer is displayed, set it to
AUTO OFF TIMER using the function selection of remote controller (see
8.[4]–3 (3)) timer function setting.
2. Hold down the Timer Menu button B for 3 seconds, so that the “Set Up”
appears on the screen (at 2).
(Note that each press of the button toggles the display between “Set Up”
and “Monitor”.)
3. Press the appropriate Set Time button A as necessary to set the OFF
time (at 3).
button 4 to lock in the setting.
4. Press the Filter
Note:
Your entry will be cancelled if you press the Mode (Return) button 2 before
pressing the Filter
button 4.
5. Press the Mode (Return) button 2 to complete the setting procedure and
return to the standard control screen.
6. If the air conditioner is already running, the timer starts countdown
immediately. Be sure to check that the timer setting appears correctly on the display.
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6. Timer
6.2. For wireless remote controller
<Checking the Current Auto Off Timer Setting>
4
5
Timer Setting
TIMER
AFTER
OFF
A
1
AUTO OFF
1. Be sure that the “Auto Off” is visible on the screen (at 1).
2. Hold down the Timer Menu button B for 3 seconds, so that “Monitor” is
indicated on the screen (at 4).
• The timer remaining to shutdown appears at 5.
3. To close the monitor and return to the standard control screen, press the
Mode (Return) button 2.
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<To Turn Off the Auto Off Timer...>
● Hold down the Timer On/Off button 9 for 3 seconds, so that “Timer Off”
appears (at 6) and the timer value (at 7) disappears.
2
7
AUTO STOP
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6
AUTO OFF
● Alternatively, turn off the air conditioner itself. The timer value (at 7) will
disappear from the screen.
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AUTO OFF
<To Turn On the Auto Off Timer...>
● Hold down the Timer On/Off button 9 for 3 seconds. The “Timer Off”
indication disappears (at 6), and the timer setting comes on the display
(at 7).
● Alternatively, turn on the air conditioner. The timer value will appear at 7.
AUTO START
1 Press the
or
button (TIMER SET).
• Time can be set while the following symbol is blinking.
OFF timer: A
is blinking.
is blinking.
ON timer: A
h
min
2 Use the
and
buttons to set the desired time.
3 Canceling the timer.
AUTO STOP
To cancel the OFF timer, press the
button.
AUTO START
To cancel the ON timer, press the
button.
• It is possible to combine both OFF and ON timers.
ON/OFF button of the remote controller during timer
• Pressing the
mode to stop the unit will cancel the timers.
• If the current time has not been set, the timer operation cannot be used.
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AFTER
OFF
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6
AUTO OFF
7. Other Functions
7.1. Locking the Remote Controller Buttons (Operation
function limit controller)
■ If you wish, you can lock the remote controller buttons. You can use the
Function Selection of remote controller to select which type of lock to use.
(For information about selecting the lock type, see section 8, item [4]–2
(1)).
Specifically, you can use either of the following two lock types.
1
1 Lock All Buttons:
Locks all of the buttons on the remote controller.
2 Lock All Except ON/OFF:
Locks all buttons other than the ON/OFF button.
˚C
1
Lock Indicator
• If you press a locked button, the “Locked” indication (at 1) will blink on
the display.
1
˚C
FUNCTION
˚C
<How to Unlock the Buttons>
1. While holding down the Filter button 4, press and hold down the ON/
OFF button 1 for 2 seconds—so that the “Locked” indication disappears
from the screen (at 1).
TIME SUN
FUNCTION
˚C
TEMP.
FUNCTION
˚C
Note:
The “Locked” indicator appears on the screen to indicate that buttons are currently locked.
˚C
<How to Lock the Buttons>
1. While holding down the Filter button 4, press and hold down the ON/OFF
button 1 for 2 seconds. The “Locked” indication appears on the screen
(at 1), indicating that the lock is now engaged.
* If locking has been disabled in Function Selection of remote controller,
the screen will display the “Not Available” message when you press the
buttons as described above.
ON/OFF
1
MENU
BACK
PAR-21MAA
MONITOR/SET
ON/OFF
FILTER
DAY
CLOCK
CHECK TEST
OPERATION
1
4
˚C
˚C
CLEAR
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7. Other Functions
7.2. Error Codes indication
ERROR CODE
ON/OFF
Indoor Unit’s Refrig- Error Code
erant Address
ON lamp
(Flashing)
Indoor Unit No.
Alternating Display
If you have entered contact number to be called in the event of a problem, the screen displays this number.
(You can set this up under Function Selection of remote controller. For information, refer to section 8.)
● If the ON lamp and error code are both flashing: This means that the air conditioner is out of order and operation has been stopped (and cannot resume).
Take note of the indicated unit number and error code, then switch off the power to the air conditioner and call your dealer or servicer.
When the Check button is pressed:
CALL:XXXX
XXX:XXX
ERROR CODE
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˚C
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Error Code
● If only the error code is flashing (while the ON lamp remains lit): Operation is continuing, but there may be a problem with the system. In this case, you
should note down the error code and then call your dealer or servicer for advice.
* If you have entered contact number to be called in the event of a problem, push the Check button to display it on the screen. (You can set this up under
Function Selection of remote controller. For information, refer to section 8.)
8. Function Selection
Function selection of remote controller
The setting of the following remote controller functions can be changed using the remote controller function selection mode. Change the setting when
needed.
Item 3 (Setting content)
Item 2
Item 1
1. Change Language
(“CHANGE
LANGUAGE”)
Language setting to display
• Display in multiple languages is possible
2. Function limit
(“FUNCTION
SELECTION”)
(1) Operation function limit setting (operation lock) (“LOCKING
FUNCTION”)
• Setting the range of operation limit (operation lock)
(2) Use of automatic mode setting (“SELECT AUTO MODE”)
• Setting the use or non-use of “automatic” operation mode
(3) Temperature range limit setting (“LIMIT TEMP FUNCTION”)
• Setting the temperature adjustable range (maximum, minimum)
(1) Remote controller main/sub setting (“CONTROLLER MAIN/
SUB”)
• Selecting main or sub remote controller
* When two remote controllers are connected to one group, one controller
must be set to sub.
(2) Use of clock setting (“CLOCK”)
• Setting the use or non-use of clock function
(3) Timer function setting (“WEEKLY TIMER”)
• Setting the timer type
(4) Contact number setting for error situation (“CALL.”)
• Contact number display in case of error
• Setting the telephone number
(1) Temperature display °C/°F setting (“TEMP MODE °C/°F”)
• Setting the temperature unit (°C or °F) to display
(2) Suction air temperature display setting (“ROOM TEMP DISP
SELECT”)
• Setting the use or non-use of the display of indoor (suction) air temperature
(3) Automatic cooling/heating display setting (“AUTO MODE
DISP C/H”)
• Setting the use or non-use of the display of “Cooling” or “Heating” display
during operation with automatic mode
3. Mode selection
(“MODE SELECTION”)
4. Display change
(“DISP MODE
SETTING”)
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8. Function Selection
[Function selection flowchart]
Setting language (English)
Normal display
(Display when the air condition is not running)
Hold down the E button and press the D button for 2 seconds.
E Press the operation mode button.
G Press the TIMER MENU button.
D Press the TIMER ON/OFF button.
Hold down the E button and press the D button for 2 seconds.
Remote controller function selection mode
Item1
G
Change
Language
Item2
Dot display
English
G
Germany
E
F
Spanish
TEMP.
ON/OFF
Russian
E
G
Italy
G
MENU
BACK
MONITOR/SET
PAR-21MAA
ON/OFF
FILTER
DAY
CLOCK
CHECK TEST
OPERATION
CLEAR
Chinese
Japanese
OFF
D
G
E
D
D
Operation lock setting is not used.
(Initial setting value)
on1
Operation lock setting is except On/Off button.
on2
Operation lock setting is All buttons.
ON
The automatic mode is displayed when the operation mode is
selected. (Initial setting value)
D
G
G
D
Item3
D
G
B
H
C
French
Function
selection
I
A
D
The automatic mode is not displayed when the operation mode
is selected.
OFF
D
E
The temperature range limit is not active. (Initial setting value)
OFF
D
The temperature range can be changed on cooling/dry mode.
D
The temperature range can be changed on heating mode.
The temperature range can be changed on automatic mode.
G
Mode
selection
D
The remote controller will be the main controller. (Initial setting value)
G
D
D
The remote controller will be the sub controller.
D
ON
E
G
D
The clock function can be used. (Initial setting value)
D
The clock function can not be used.
OFF
D
Weekly timer can be used. (Initial setting value)
G
D
Auto off timer can be used.
G
D
Simple timer can be used.
Timer mode can not be used.
D
OFF
D
Display
mode setting
D
The set contact numbers are displayed in case of error.
CALL-
D
G
The temperature unit °C is used. (Initial setting value)
°C
G
D
The set contact numbers are not displayed in case of error.
(Initial setting value)
D
The temperature unit °F is used.
°F
D
Room air temperature is displayed. (Initial setting value)
ON
G
G
D
D
OFF
Room air temperature is not displayed.
D
ON
D
D
OFF
One of “Automatic cooling” and “Automatic heating” is displayed
under the automatic mode is running. (Initial setting value)
Only “Automatic” is displayed under the automatic mode.
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8. Function Selection
[Detailed setting]
[4]–1. CHANGE LANGUAGE setting
The language that appears on the dot display can be selected.
• Press the [ MENU] button G to change the language.
1 English (GB), 2 German (D), 3 Spanish (E), 4 Russian (RU),
5 Italian (I), 6 Chinese (CH), 7 French (F), 8 Japanese (JP)
Refer to the dot display table.
[4]–2. Function limit
(1) Operation function limit setting (operation lock)
• To switch the setting, press the [ ON/OFF] button D.
1 no1: Operation lock setting is made on all buttons other than the
[ ON/OFF] button.
2 no2: Operation lock setting is made on all buttons.
3 OFF (Initial setting value): Operation lock setting is not made.
* To make the operation lock setting valid on the normal screen, it is
necessary to press buttons (Press and hold down the [FILTER] and
[ ON/OFF] buttons at the same time for two seconds.) on the
normal screen after the above setting is made.
(2) Use of automatic mode setting
When the remote controller is connected to the unit that has automatic
operation mode, the following settings can be made.
• To switch the setting, press the [ ON/OFF] button D.
1 ON (Initial setting value):
The automatic mode is displayed when the operation mode is
selected.
2 OFF:
The automatic mode is not displayed when the operation mode
is selected.
(3) Temperature range limit setting
After this setting is made, the temperature can be changed within the
set range.
• To switch the setting, press the [ ON/OFF] button D.
1 LIMIT TEMP COOL MODE:
The temperature range can be changed on cooling/dry mode.
2 LIMIT TEMP HEAT MODE:
The temperature range can be changed on heating mode.
3 LIMIT TEMP AUTO MODE:
The temperature range can be changed on automatic mode.
4 OFF (initial setting): The temperature range limit is not active.
* When the setting, other than OFF, is made, the temperature range
limit setting on cooling, heating and automatic mode is made at the
same time. However, the range cannot be limited when the set
temperature range has not changed.
• To increase or decrease the temperature, press the [ TEMP. ( )
or ( )] button F.
• To switch the upper limit setting and the lower limit setting, press the
[
] button H. The selected setting will flash and the temperature
can be set.
• Settable range
Cooling/Dry mode:
Lower limit:19°C ~ 30°C Upper limit:30°C ~ 19°C
Heating mode:
Lower limit:17°C ~ 28°C Upper limit:28°C ~ 17°C
Automatic mode:
Lower limit:19°C ~ 28°C Upper limit:28°C ~ 19°C
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[4]–3. Mode selection setting
(1) Remote controller main/sub setting
• To switch the setting, press the [ ON/OFF] button D.
1 Main: The controller will be the main controller.
2 Sub:
The controller will be the sub controller.
(2) Use of clock setting
• To switch the setting, press the [ ON/OFF] button D.
1 ON:
The clock function can be used.
2 OFF:
The clock function cannot be used.
(3) Timer function setting
• To switch the setting, press the [ ON/OFF] button D (Choose one
of the followings.).
1 WEEKLY TIMER (initial setting value):
The weekly timer can be used.
2 AUTO OFF TIMER:
The auto off timer can be used.
3 SIMPLE TIMER:
The simple timer can be used.
4 TIMER MODE OFF:
The timer mode cannot be used.
* When the use of clock setting is OFF, the “WEEKLY TIMER” cannot
be used.
(4) Contact number setting for error situation
• To switch the setting, press the [ ON/OFF] button D.
1 CALL OFF:
The set contact numbers are not displayed in case of error.
2 CALL **** *** ****:
The set contact numbers are displayed in case of error.
CALL_:
The contact number can be set when the display is as shown on
the left.
• Setting the contact numbers
To set the contact numbers, follow the following procedures.
Move the flashing cursor to set numbers. Press the [ TEMP.
( ) and ( )] button F to move the cursor to the right (left). Press
the [ CLOCK ( ) and ( )] button C to set the numbers.
[4]–4. Display change setting
(1) Temperature display °C/°F setting
• To switch the setting, press the [
ON/OFF] button D.
1 °C:
The temperature unit °C is used.
2 °F:
The temperature unit °F is used.
(2) Suction air temperature display setting
• To switch the setting, press the [ ON/OFF] button D.
1 ON:
The suction air temperature is displayed.
2 OFF:
The suction air temperature is not displayed.
(3) Automatic cooling/heating display setting
• To switch the setting, press the [ ON/OFF] button D.
1 ON:
One of “Automatic cooling” and “Automatic heating” is displayed
under the automatic mode is running.
2 OFF:
Only “Automatic” is displayed under the automatic mode.
8. Function Selection
[Dot display table]
Selecting language
English
Germany
Spanish
Russian
Italy
Chinese
French
Japanese
English
Germany
Spanish
Russian
Italy
Chinese
French
Japanese
Waiting for start-up
Operation mode
Cool
Dry
Heat
Auto
Auto(Cool)
Auto(Heat)
Fan
Ventilation
Stand by
(Hot adjust)
Defrost
Set temperature
Fan speed
Not use button
Check (Error)
Test run
Self check
Unit function selection
Setting of ventilation
Selecting language
CHANGE LANGUAGE
Function selection
Operation function limit setting
Use of automatic mode setting
Temperature range limit setting
Limit temperature cooling/day
mode
Limit temperature heating mode
Limit temperature auto mode
Mode selection
Remote controller setting MAIN
Remote controller setting SUB
Use of clock setting
Setting the day of the week and
time
Timer set
Timer monitor
Weekly timer
Timer mode off
Auto off timer
Simple timer
Contact number setting of error
situation
Display change
Temperature display °C/°F setting
Room air temperature display
setting
Automatic cooling/heating display
setting
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9. Emergency Operation for Wireless Remote-controller
B
A
ON STAND
OFF
BY
E
When the remote controller cannot be used
When the batteries of the remote controller run out or the remote controller
malfunctions, the emergency operation can be done using the emergency
buttons on the grille.
ADEFROST/STAND BY lamp
BOperation lamp
CEmergency operation switch (heating)
DEmergency operation switch (cooling)
EReceiver
Starting operation
• To operate the cooling mode, press the
button D.
• To operate the heating mode, press the
button C.
COOL HEAT
D
C
Note:
• Details of emergency mode are as shown below.
Details of EMERGENCY MODE are as shown below.
Operation mode
COOL
HEAT
Set temperature
24°C
24°C
Fan speed
High
High
Airflow direction
Horizontal
Downward 4
Stopping operation
button D or the
button C.
• To stop operation, press the
10. Care and Cleaning
˚C
˚C
TEMP.
FILTER
ON/OFF
■ Indicates that the filter needs cleaning.
Clean the filter.
■ When resetting “FILTER” display
When the [FILTER] button is pressed two times successively after
cleaning the filter, the display goes off and is reset.
s Filter removal
Caution:
• 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.
• When the filter is removed, do not touch the metallic parts inside
the indoor unit, otherwise injury may result.
■ PLA-RP·AA (2)
A
B
Note:
● When two or more different types of indoor unit are controlled, the cleaning
period differs with the type of filter. When the master unit cleaning period
arrives, “FILTER” is displayed. When the filter display goes off, the cumulative time is reset.
● “FILTER” indicates the cleaning period when the air conditioner was used
under general indoor air conditions by criteria time. Since the degree of dirtiness depends on the environmental conditions, clean the filter accordingly.
● The filter cleaning period cumulative time differs with the model.
● This indication is not available for wireless remote controller.
C
D
s Cleaning the filters
• Clean the filters using a vacuum cleaner. If you do not have a vacuum
cleaner, tap the filters against a solid object to knock off dirt and dust.
• If the filters are especially dirty, wash them in lukewarm water. Take care
to rinse off any detergent thoroughly and allow the filters to dry completely before putting them back into the unit.
Caution:
• Do not dry the filters in direct sunlight or by using a heat source,
such as an electric heater: this may warp them.
• Do not wash the filters in hot water (above 50°C), as this may warp
them.
• Make sure that the air filters are always installed. Operating the
unit without air filters can cause malfunction.
Caution:
• Before you start cleaning, stop operation and turn OFF the power
supply.
• 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.
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1 Pull the knob on the intake grille in the direction indicated by the
arrow and it should open.
2 Open the intake grille.
3 Release the knob on the center edge of the intake grille and pull the
filter forward to remove the filter.
A Knob
B Grille
C Intake grille D Filter
10. Care and cleaning
■ PKA-RP·GAL
2
■ PSA-RP·GA
1
c
b
1 Pull both the bottom corners of the intake grille to open the grille,
then lift the filter.
■ PKA-RP·FAL
a
• Remove the screw from the suction grille handle.
• The suction grille is open if you pull the handle in arrow direction 1.
• The filter is set inside the suction grille and is open if you pull it in arrow
direction 2.
aSuction grille
bHandle
cScrew
■ PCA-RP·HA
B
A
1
A
2
1 Hold the filter lug (located at the bottom of the intake grille) and pull it
out downward.
AFilter
BLug
• To reinstall the filters, push the filter lug upward.
■ PCA-RP·GA
A
B
D
C
1 Open the intake grille.
2 Hold the knob on the filter then pull the filter up in the direction of an
arrow. To replace the filter after cleaning, be sure to insert the filter far
enough until it fits into the stopper.
AFilter
BIntake Grille
CKnob
DStopper
■ PMH-P·BA
B
C
D
RP71 → 3 pieces
RP125 → 4 pieces
s Cleaning the oil filter (PCA-RP·HA Series)
1) Removing the oil filter
1Remove the filter by sliding it in the direction of an arrow.
2) Replacing the filter element
1Remove the oil filter by sliding it in the direction of an arrow.
2Remove the two metal fittings for filter element according to the following procedure. Bend the metal fittings towards 1 side (inside) and then
slide them in the direction of 2 to remove.
3Replace the filter element (disposable).
Optional parts: PAC-SG38KF (12 pieces)
Note:
Install the filter element within the frame securely.
4Install the metal fittings for filter element in their original positions.
5Turn the side of oil filter that the metal fittings are installed downward
and install the filter in the unit.
AHandle
C Filter element
BOil filter
D Metal fitting for filter element
3) Cleaning the frame of the oil filter
Tools to be prepared
• Protective goods such as a rubber glove
• Scrubbing brush or brush
Note:
Avoid using a metal scrubbing brush or brush since the aluminum materials
could be damaged.
• Household neutral detergent or alkalescent detergent (for washing dishes
or clothes)
Note:
If alkaline detergent is used for cleaning, the part made of aluminum could discolor.
Note:
Make sure the filter element is removed when cleaning the oil filter.
1 Pressing the PUSH button on the outer side of the intake grille causes
the intake grille to open.
2 A filter with an intake grille on it can be removed by pulling the filter
forward.
1If the filter is not so dirty. (If the filter is cleaned once a week (once per
100 operating hours).)
Wash the filter with water and above-mentioned detergent using a scrubbing brush or brush, etc. (It is more effective to wash the filter with lukewarm water.)
2If the filter is extremely dirty.
Put the previously-mentioned detergent (its strength should be about 1/10
of undiluted solution) into hot water whose temperature is 50 °C or less,
and soak the filter for 1 hour or more before washing.
Warning:
To prevent your hand from burning, start washing the filter after the
hot water gets cold.
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11. Trouble Shooting
Having trouble?
Air conditioner does not heat or cool well.
Here is the solution. (Unit is operating normally.)
■ Clean the filter. (Airflow is reduced when the filter is dirty or clogged.)
■ Check the temperature adjustment and adjust the set temperature.
■ Make sure that there is plenty of space around the outdoor unit. Is the
indoor unit air intake or outlet blocked?
■ Has a door or window been left open?
When heating operation starts, warm air does not blow from the indoor unit ■ Warm air does not blow until the indoor unit has sufficiently warmed up.
soon.
During heating mode, the air conditioner stops before the set room tem- ■ When the outdoor temperature is low and the humidity is high, frost may
perature is reached.
form on the outdoor unit. If this occurs, the outdoor unit performs a defrosting operation. Normal operation should begin after approximately 10
minutes.
Airflow direction changes during operation or airflow direction cannot be ■ During cooling mode, the vanes automatically move to the horizontal
set.
(down) position after 1 hour when the down (horizontal) airflow direction
is selected. This is to prevent water from forming and dripping from the
vanes.
■ During heating mode, the vanes automatically move to the horizontal
airflow direction when the airflow temperature is low or during defrosting
mode.
When the airflow direction is changed, the vanes always move up and down ■ When the airflow direction is changed, the vanes move to the set position
past the set position before finally stopping at the position.
after detecting the base position.
A flowing water sound or occasional hissing sound is heard.
A cracking or creaking sound is heard.
The room has an unpleasant odor.
A white mist or vapor is emitted from the indoor unit.
Water or vapor is emitted from the outdoor unit.
■ These sounds can be heard when refrigerant is flowing in the air conditioner or when the refrigerant flow is changing.
■ These sounds can be heard when parts rub against each due to expansion and contraction from temperature changes.
■ The indoor unit draws in air that contains gases produced from the walls,
carpeting, and furniture as well as odors trapped in clothing, and then
blows this air back into the room.
■ If the indoor temperature and the humidity are high, this condition may
occur when operation starts.
■ During defrosting mode, cool airflow may blow down and appear like a
mist.
■ During cooling mode, water may form and drip from the cool pipes and
joints.
■ During heating mode, water may form and drip from the heat exchanger.
■ During defrosting mode, water on the heat exchanger evaporates and
water vapor may be emitted.
■ Turn on the power switch. “ ” will appear in the remote controller display.
■ During central control, “ ” appears in the remote controller display and
air conditioner operation cannot be started or stopped using the remote
controller.
When restarting the air conditioner soon after stopping it, it does not oper- ■ Wait approximately three minutes.
ate even though the ON/OFF button is pressed.
(Operation has stopped to protect the air conditioner.)
Air conditioner operates without the ON/OFF button being pressed.
■ Is the on timer set?
Press the ON/OFF button to stop operation.
■ Is the air conditioner connected to a central remote controller?
Consult the concerned people who control the air conditioner.
■ Does “ ” appear in the remote controller display?
Consult the concerned people who control the air conditioner.
■ Has the auto recovery feature from power failures been set?
Press the ON/OFF button to stop operation.
Air conditioner stops without the ON/OFF button being pressed.
■ Is the off timer set?
Press the ON/OFF button to restart operation.
■ Is the air conditioner connected to a central remote controller?
Consult the concerned people who control the air conditioner.
■ Does “ ” appear in the remote controller display?
Consult the concerned people who control the air conditioner.
Remote controller timer operation cannot be set.
■ Are timer settings invalid?
If the timer can be set, WEEKLY , SIMPLE , or AUTO OFF appears in
the remote controller display.
“PLEASE WAIT” appears in the remote controller display.
■ The initial settings are being performed. Wait approximately 3 minutes.
An error code appears in the remote controller display.
■ The protection devices have operated to protect the air conditioner.
■ Do not attempt to repair this equipment by yourself.
Turn off the power switch immediately and consult your dealer. Be sure
to provide the dealer with the model name and information that appeared
in the remote controller display.
Draining water or motor rotation sound is heard.
■ When cooling operation stops, the drain pump operates and then stops.
Wait approximately 3 minutes.
The operation indicator does not appear in the remote controller display.
“ ” appears in the remote controller display.
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11. Trouble Shooting
Having trouble?
Noise is louder than specifications.
Here is the solution. (Unit is operating normally.)
■ The indoor operation sound level is affected by the acoustics of the particular room as shown in the following table and will be higher than the
noise specification, which was measured in an echo-free room.
High soundNormal rooms
absorbing rooms
Location
examples
Noise levels
Low soundabsorbing rooms
Broadcasting
studio, music
room, etc.
Reception room,
hotel lobby, etc.
Office, hotel
room
3 to 7 dB
6 to 10 dB
9 to 13 dB
Nothing appears in the wireless remote controller display, the display is ■ The batteries are low.
faint, or signals are not received by the indoor unit unless the remote conReplace the batteries and press the Reset button.
troller is close.
■ If nothing appears even after the batteries are replaced, make sure that
the batteries are installed in the correct directions (+, –).
The operation lamp near the receiver for the wireless remote controller on ■ The self diagnosis function has operated to protect the air conditioner.
the indoor unit is flashing.
■ Do not attempt to repair this equipment by yourself.
Turn off the power switch immediately and consult your dealer. Be sure
to provide the dealer with the model name.
12. Specifications
Model
PLA-RP35AA PLA-RP50AA PLA-RP60AA PLA-RP71AA PLA-RP100AA2 PLA-RP125AA2 PLA-RP140AA2
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
~/N 230/50
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.16/0.16
0.16/0.16
0.16/0.16
0.16/0.16
0.18/0.18
0.18/0.18
0.18/0.18
0.79/0.79
0.79/0.79
0.79/0.79
0.79/0.79
0.92/0.92
0.92/0.92
0.92/0.92
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
HEATER
<kW>
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
258(30)
298(30)
840(950)
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
840(950)
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
Fan airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
14-15-16-18
15-16-18-20 19-21-23-27
24-25-27-30
<m3/min> 11-12-13-14
28-29-31-33
28-30-32-34 33-36-39-41
37-40-43-45
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High) <dB> 27-28-29-31
Net weight
<kg>
24(5)
32(5)
*1 The figure in () indicates GRILL’s.
Model
PLH-P35AAH
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.16/0.16
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
0.79/0.79
HEATER
<kW>
1.29
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
Fan airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
<m3/min> 11-12-13-14
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High) <dB> 27-28-29-31
Net weight
<kg>
PLH-P50AAH
PLH-P60AAH
0.16/0.16
0.16/0.16
0.79/0.79
0.79/0.79
1.29
1.93
258(30)
PLH-P71AAH
~/N 230/50
0.16/0.16
0.79/0.79
1.93
PLH-P100AAH PLH-P125AAH PLH-P140AAH
0.25/0.25
1.25/1.25
2.39
0.33/0.33
1.64/1.64
2.76
298(30)
0.33/0.33
1.64/1.64
2.76
840(950)
840(950)
14-15-16-18
15-16-18-20 20-23-26-28
22-25-28-30
28-29-31-33
26(5)
28-30-32-34 33-36-39-41
32(5)
37-40-43-45
34(5)
*1 The figure in () indicates GRILL’s.
Model
PKA-RP35GAL PKA-RP50GAL PKA-RP60FAL PKA-RP71FAL PKA-RP100FAL
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
~/N 230/50
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.07/0.07
0.07/0.07
0.09/0.09
0.09/0.09
0.11/0.11
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
0.33/0.33
0.33/0.33
0.43/0.43
0.43/0.43
0.52/0.52
HEATER
<kW>
–
–
–
–
–
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
340
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
990
1400
1680
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
235
Fan airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High or
9-10-11-12
15-20
22-28
Low-High)
<m3/min>
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High or
36-38-41-43
39-45
41-46
Low-High)
<dB>
Net weight
<kg>
16
24
28
19
12. Specifications
Model
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
HEATER
<kW>
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
Fan airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
<m3/min>
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High) <dB>
Net weight
<kg>
PKH-P35GALH
PKH-P50GALH
PKH-P60FALH PKH-P71FALH
~/N 230/50
0.09/0.09
0.09/0.09
0.43/0.43
0.43/0.43
1.93
1.93
340
1400
235
PKH-P100FALH
0.07/0.07
0.33/0.33
0.73
0.07/0.07
0.33/0.33
0.73
9-10-11-12
15-20
22-28
36-38-41-43
17
39-45
26
41-46
30
990
0.11/0.11
0.52/0.52
2.20
1680
Model
PCA-RP50GA PCA-RP60GA PCA-RP71GA PCA-RP100GA PCA-RP125GA PCA-RP140GA
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
~/N 230/50
0.09/0.09
0.12/0.12
0.12/0.12
0.15/0.15
0.22/0.22
0.22/0.22
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
0.41/0.41
0.53/0.53
0.53/0.53
0.69/0.69
1.01/1.01
1.01/1.01
HEATER
<kW>
–
–
–
–
–
–
210
270
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
1000
1310
1620
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
680
Fan airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
14-15-16-18
20-21-23-25
27-30-32-34
<m3/min> 10-11-12-13
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High) <dB> 37-38-40-42
37-39-41-43
40-41-43-45 41-43-45-46 42-44-46-48
Net weight
<kg>
27
34
37
43
45
Model
PCH-P50GAH
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.09/0.09
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
0.41/0.41
HEATER
<kW>
1.29
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
1000
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
Fan airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
<m3/min> 10-11-12-13
Noise level (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High) <dB> 37-38-40-42
Net weight
<kg>
28.5
PCH-P60GAH
0.12/0.12
0.53/0.53
1.93
210
PCH-P71GAH PCH-P100GAH
~/N 230/50
0.12/0.12
0.15/0.15
0.53/0.53
0.69/0.69
1.93
2.48
1310
PCH-P140GAH
0.22/0.22
0.22/0.22
1.01/1.01
1.01/1.01
2.76
2.76
270
1620
680
14-15-16-18
20-21-23-25
37-39-41-43
36
40-41-43-45 41-43-45-46 42-44-46-48
39.5
46
48
Model
PCA-RP71HA PCA-RP125HA
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
~/N 230/50
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.09/0.09
0.26/0.26
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
0.43/0.43
1.19/1.19
HEATER
<kW>
–
–
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
280
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
1136
1520
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
650
Fan airflow rate (Low-High)
<m3/min>
17-19
30-38
Noise level (Low-High)
<dB>
34-38
44-50
Net weight
<kg>
41
56
Model
PSA-RP71GA PSA-RP100GA PSA-RP125GA PSA-RP140GA
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency<Hz>)
~/N 230/50
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.15/0.15
0.24/0.24
0.28/0.28
0.36/0.36
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
0.66/0.66
1.06/1.06
1.23/1.23
1.59/1.59
HEATER
<kW>
–
–
–
–
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
1900
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
600
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
270
350
Fan airflow rate (Low-High)
<m3/min>
15-18
24-31
26-33
27-35
Noise level (Low-High)
<dB>
40-45
44-49
46-51
47-52
Net weight
<kg>
43
51
53
20
PCH-P125GAH
27-30-32-34
12. Specifications
Model
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
HEATER
<kW>
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
Fan airflow rate (Low-High)
<m3/min>
Noise level (Low-High)
<dB>
Net weight
<kg>
PSH-P71GAH PSH-P100GAH PSH-P125GAH PSH-P140GAH
~/N 230/50
0.15/0.15
0.24/0.24
0.28/0.28
0.36/0.36
0.66/0.66
1.06/1.06
1.23/1.23
1.59/1.59
1.93
2.48
2.76
2.76
1900
600
270
350
15-18
24-31
26-33
27-35
40-45
44-49
46-51
47-52
45
53
55
Model
PMH-P25BA PMH-P35BA PMH-P50BA
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
~/N 230/50
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.04/0.04
0.06/0.06
0.06/0.06
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
0.19/0.19
0.29/0.29
0.29/0.29
HEATER
<kW>
–
–
–
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
230 (30)
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
812 (1000)
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
395 (470)
Fan airflow rate (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High)
6.3-6.8-7.6-8.4 7-8-9-10
8-9-10-11
<m3/min>
Noise leve (Low-Middle2-Middle1-High) <dB> 29-31-33-35 34-36-38-40 36-38-40-42
Net weight
<kg>
14 (3)
*1 The figure in () indicates GRILL’s.
Model
PEAD-RP35EA2 PEAD-RP50EA PEAD-RP60EA PEAD-RP71EA PEAD-RP100EA2 PEAD-RP125EA PEAD-RP140EA
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
~/N 230/50
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.14/0.14
0.14/0.14
0.16/0.16
0.35/0.35
0.59/0.59
0.59/0.59
0.61/0.61
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
0.61/0.61
0.61/0.61
0.70/0.70
1.55/1.55
2.62/2.62
2.62/2.62
2.69/2.69
HEATER
<kW>
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
295
325
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
935
1175
1415
1715
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
700
740
Fan airflow rate (Low-High)
<m3/min>
13.5-17
13.5-17
17-21
20-25
33.5-42
33.5-42
36.5-46
30/70
70 (130 option)
External static pressure
<Pa>
Noise level (Low-High)
<dB>
36-40
36-40
37-41
37-41
44-50
44-50
46-51
Net weight
<kg>
33
35
42
44
65
65
70
Model
PEHD-P35EAH PEHD-P50EAH PEHD-P60EAH PEHD-P71EAH PEHD-P100EAH PEHD-P125EAH PEHD-P140EAH
~/N 230/50
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.13/0.13
0.14/0.14
0.16/0.16
0.35/0.35
0.57/0.57
0.59/0.59
0.61/0.61
0.55/0.55
0.61/0.61
0.70/0.70
1.55/1.55
2.53/2.53
2.62/2.62
2.69/2.69
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
HEATER
<kW>
0.90
0.90
1.40
1.90
2.20
2.70
2.70
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
295
325
935
1175
1415
1715
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
700
740
Fan airflow rate (Low-High)
<m3/min>
11-14
13.5-17
17-21
20-25
27-34
33.5-42
36.5-46
External static pressure
<Pa>
30/70
70 (130 option)
34-38
36-40
37-41
37-41
41-46
44-50
46-51
Noise level (Low-High)
<dB>
Net weight
<kg>
35
37
44
46
65
68
73
Model
PEAD-RP60GA PEAD-RP71GA PEAD-RP100GA
Power source (voltage <V>/Frequency <Hz>)
~/N 230/50
Rated Input (Indoor only)
<kW>
0.18/0.18
0.21/0.21
0.28/0.28
Rated Current (Indoor only)
<A>
0.80/0.80
0.94/0.94
1.25/1.25
HEATER
<kW>
–
–
–
Dimension (Height)
<mm>
275
Dimension (Width)
<mm>
1171
1411
Dimension (Depth)
<mm>
740
Fan airflow rate (Low-High)
<m3/min>
16.5-21
20-25
26.5-33
External static pressure
<Pa>
10/50/70
Noise level (Low-High)
<dB>
35-40
37-41
42-45
Net weight
<kg>
42
42
50
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This product is designed and intended for use in the residential,
commercial and light-industrial environment.
The product at hand is
based on the following
EU regulations:
•
•
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/ EEC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/
336/ EEC
Please be sure to put the contact address/telephone number on
this manual before handing it to the customer.
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