DeLonghi PAC-A130HPE Air Conditioner User Manual

Important Safeguards
• Use this appliance only as described in this instruction manual.
As with any electrical appliance, the instructions aim to cover as many situations as possible.
Caution and common sense should be used when operating and installing this air conditioner.
• This appliance has been manufactured to cool and dehumidify domestic environments and
must not be used for other purposes.
• It is dangerous to alter or modify the unit's characteristics in any way.
• The appliance must be installed in accordance with the relevant national legislation.
• Should repairs be necessary, contact the nearest authorized Repair Service Center. Unauthorized servicing can be dangerous.
• The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• In the case that the power cord becomes damaged, this must be repaired only by specialized personnel authorized by the manufacturer in order to protect against fire.
• Always ensure the appliance is plugged into a grounded 3-prong outlet. If you have any doubts
check with a qualified electrician.
• We strongly discourage the use of an extension cord due to potential safety hazards. For temporary situations, use only CSA certified and UL listed 3-prong grounded extension cord,
attachment plug and connector, rated 15A, 125V
• Before cleaning or maintenance operations, always unplug the unit from the outlet.
• Do not pull on or place strain on the power cord when moving the appliance.
• The appliance should not be installed where the atmosphere may contain combustible gases,
oil or sulphur, or near heat sources.
• Do not rest hot or heavy objects on the appliance.
• Clean the filters at least once a week.
• Avoid using heaters near the unit.
• The unit should be transported in a vertical position. If this is not possible secure the unit at an
angle, do not lie it horizontally.
• Before transporting the unit, drain the unit. After transportation, wait at least 6 hours before switching the unit on.
• The packaging materials can be recycled. You are therefore recommended to place them in
the special containers for differentiated waste collection.
• This appliance is fitted with a special safety device. When the compressor switches off, this
device prevents it from switching on again for at least 3 minutes.
• WARNING: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION: This unit contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the
Kyoto Protocol. Avoid perforating the refrigerant circuit of the appliance.
Maintenance and disposal must be carried out by qualified personnel only (R410A, GWP=1975).
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR HOUSEHOLD ONLY
DESCRIPTION
1 air outlet grille
2 control panel
3 remote control receiver
4 castor wheels
5 handles
6 filter
7 air intake grille
8 air exhaust hose housing
9 drainage hose
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power cable
wall flange
air exhaust hose
window outlet
castor locks
remote control
window bracket with locking pins
end of season dust cover
end of season accessories bag
extra locking pins for window bracket
Setting up your portable
air-conditioner
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE UNIT:
NEVER TRANSPORT OR TURN THE APPLIANCE UPSIDE DOWN OR ON ITS SIDE. IF THIS OCCURS, WAIT
6 HOURS BEFORE TURNING THE APPLIANCE ON, 24 HOURS IS RECOMMENDED.
(After the unit has been on its side, oil needs to return to the compressor to ensure proper function.
Without allowing the unit this time (6-24 hours) The unit may function for only a short time, and then
the compressor will break down from lack of oil).
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Before plugging the appliance into the outlet, check that:
• The outlet’s power supply corresponds to the value indicated on the rating label on the back of the
appliance;
• The outlet and electrical circuit are adequate for the appliance;
• The outlet is a 3-hole grounded outlet. If this is not the case, you must choose another outlet.
Failure to follow these important safety instructions absolves the manufacturer of all liability.
If it becomes necessary, the power cable must be replaced by a qualified professional only.
The instructions below will enable you to prepare your air conditioner for operation as efficiently as possible.
Before use, make sure the air intake and outlet grilles are unobstructed.
AIR CONDITIONING WITHOUT INSTALLATION
Other set-up methods:
NOTE: Keep the air hoses as short and free of
curves as possible to avoid constrictions.
• Thanks to the locking pins, it’s possible to
use the window bracket also for sliding
windows. Position the hole of the bracket
so to allow a correct installation of the
exhaust hose (see figure C)
FOR OPTIMAL RESULTS SET-UP IN A DOUBLEHUNG WINDOW:
1) Place the bracket in the window sill,
extend the bracket fully within the window
frame, fix the bracket by using the pin then
lower the window onto the bracket.
(Should the window bracket be too large
for the window. The plastic can be cut
with a saw by a qualified professional.)
2) Fit the air exhaust hose in the housing at
the back of the appliance. Insert it as
shown in figure A.
3) Connect the window outlet 13 to the
other end of the exhaust hose.
C
• If you have a casement window (figure D) follow steps 2 & 3 and place the window outlet
13 outside the window to exhaust the hot air.
A
4) Insert the window outlet end of the exhaust
hose into the slot of the window bracket (fig. B).
B
D
For help with installation, operation, and
for all accessories and spare/replacement
parts, Please contact our toll free customer service call center at:
1-800-322-3848 [US only]
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm ET Or
log onto our website at
www.delonghiusa.com.
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Semi-permanent installation
SEMI-PERMANENT INSTALLATION
If required, your appliance can also be
installed semi-permanently (Fig. E).
• Fit the wall flange 11 into the hole.
• Fit the air exhaust hose
12 into the air
exhaust hose housing 8 located on the
rear side of the appliance (fig. A page 5).
• Fit the end of the hose 12 to the wall
flange 11 as shown in fig. G.
11,8 in
30 cm
11,8 in
30 cm
MAX100 cm
MAX 39,37 inches
E
134
5,27 in.
Proceed as follows:
• Drill a hole ø 5,25 inches (ø 134 mm) in an
outside wall or through a window pane.
Respect the dimensions and height of the
hole given in figure F and G.
in the window pane
F
in the wooden
kickboard of
a French window
in the wall: it is
recommended
that you insulate
a section of the
wall using suitable insulation.
“As special tools are required for installation, we suggest you have the appliance installed by specialized personnel.”
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G
MIN 35 cm
MIN 13,77 inches
When the hose 12 is not connected, the
drilled hole can be closed with the flange
cap 11 .
NOTE: When installing the air conditioner
semi-permanently, you should leave a door
slightly open as little as 1/2 “ (1 cm) to guarantee correct ventilation and room pressure.
Keep the exhaust hose as short and free
of curves as possible to avoid constrictions.
C o n t ro l p a n e l
THE CONTROL PANEL
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DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL
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Air conditioning symbol
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Dehumidifying symbol
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Fan symbol
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Heating symbol
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SMART symbol
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BOOST symbol
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Temperature indicator
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Timer symbol
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Alert symbol
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AUTOFAN indicator
Fan speed indicator
SLEEP symbol
MODE button (selects the modes)
BOOST button
FAN button
ON/Standby button
Increase (+) and decrease (-)
temperature button
OPERATING FROM THE CONTROL PANEL
The control panel enables you to manage all the main functions
of the appliance, but some features are present only on the
remote control.
TURNING
THE APPLIANCE ON
• Plug into an outlet. Two lines appear on the display indicating
that the appliance is in standby mode.
• Press the
(16) button until the appliance comes on. The
last function active when it was turned off will appear.
Never turn the air conditioner off by unplugging from the outlet. Always press the
button, then wait for a few minutes before unplugging. This allows the appliance to
perform a cycle of checks to verify operation.
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O p e rat i o n
AIR CONDITIONING
MODE
Ideal for hot muggy weather when you need to cool and dehumidify the room.
To set this mode:
• Press the MODE button a number of times until the air-conditioning symbol appears.
• Select the target temperature by pressing the
or
button until the desired temperature is reached.
• Select the desired fan speed by pressing the FAN button.
Four speeds are available:
Maximum speed: to achieve the target temperature as rapidly as possible
Medium speed: reduces noise levels while maintaining a comfortable temperature
Low speed: for silent operation
energy efficiency
and maxium
AUTO: the appliance automatically selects the
most suitable fan speed in relation to the temperature set on the digital display.
The most suitable temperature for the room during the summer
varies from 75°F to 81°F (24 to 27°C). You are recommended,
however, not to set a temperature much below the outdoor temperature.
DEHUMIDIFYING
MODE
Ideal to reduce room humidity (spring and autumn, damp rooms,
rainy periods, etc).
In dehumidifying mode, the appliance MUST be set-up in the same
way as for air conditioning, with the air exhaust hose attached to
enable the moisture to be discharged outside.
To set this mode:
• Press the MODE button a number of times until the dehumidifying symbol appears.
In this mode, fan speed is selected automatically by the appliance and cannot be set manually.
FAN
MODE
When using the appliance in this mode, the air hose does not
need to be attached.
To set this mode:
• Press the MODE button a number of times until the fan symbol
appears.
• Select the required fan speed by pressing the FAN button.
Three speeds are available:
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O p e rat i o n
Maximum speed: to achieve the target ventilation as rapidly as possible
Medium speed: reduces noise levels while
maintaining a comfortable ventilation
Low speed: for silent operation and maximum
energy efficiency
In this mode, AUTO speed cannot be selected.
HEATING MODE
CERTAIN MODELS ONLY
This is ideal in spring and autumn when outdoor temperatures are
not particularly severe.
When using the appliance in this mode, the air exhaust hose
needs connected, and the unit must still be vented. After selecting HEATING mode, the unit may take several minutes to produce warm air, this is normal.
To set this mode correctly proceed as follow:
• Press the MODE button a number of times until the heating
symbol appears.
• Select the target temperature by pressing the
or
button until the corresponding value is displayed.
In this mode, fan speed is selected automatically by the appliance and cannot be set manually.
Note:-When operating in very cold rooms, the appliance may defrost
automatically, momentarily interrupting normal operation. "
"
appears on the display. During this operation, it is normal for the
noise made by the appliance to change.
- In this mode, you may have to wait a few minutes before the
appliance starts giving out hot air.
- In this mode, the fan may operate for short periods, even though
the set temperature has already been reached.
” Empty
Note:-With high humidity conditions the display could show “
the internal circuit as shown in the paragraph “END OF SEASON
OPERATIONS”
SMART
MODE
The appliance chooses automatically whether to operate in air
conditioning, fan or heating (certain models only) mode based
on the set temperature and current room temperature.
To set this mode:
• Press the MODE button a number of times until the SMART symbol appears.
• Select the required fan speed. For safety reasons, when the
appliance is operating in heating mode, the fan speed could
differ from the set speed.
BOOST
FUNCTION
Ideal for the summer to cool rooms rapidly.
To set this mode:
• Press the
button.
The appliance operates in air conditioning mode at maximum
fan speed. While this function is selected, it is not possible to set
the temperature or change fan speed.
Note:- BOOST function cannot be set during HEATING mode
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Description of the remote control
DESCRIPTION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL
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Signal transmission
Air conditioning symbol
Dehumidifying symbol
Fan symbol
HEATING symbol
SMART symbol
Selected temperature scale indicator
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Temperature selected
SLEEP symbol
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BOOST symbol
Fan speed indicator
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AUTOFAN indicator
Clock
Timer 'start-up' button
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Timer 'shut-down' symbol
ON/Standby button
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MODE button (selects the modes)
FAN button
Increase (+) and decrease (-) temperature button
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OK button
Timer 'shut-down' button
°C or °F selection button
SLEEP button
BOOST button
Timer 'start-up' button
Reset button (resets the appliance to the original settings)
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USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
Point the remote control at the receiver on the appliance. The remote control must be no more than 23 ft (7
metres) away from the appliance (wi thout obstacles
between the remote control and the receiver).
MAX 23 ft
MAX 7 metres
The remote control must be handled with extreme care. Do
not drop it or expose it to direct sunlight or sources of heat.
• This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two condi•
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tions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the customer service call center or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Using the remote control
INSERTING
OR REPLACING THE BATTERIES
• Remove the cover on the rear of the remote control.
• Insert two “AAA” 1.5V batteries, making sure they are in the correct position (see the instructions inside the battery compartment).
• Replace the cover.
If the remote control unit is replaced or discarded, the batteries
must be removed and disposed of in accordance with current
legislation as they are harmful to the environment.
Warning: do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix alkaline,
standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries. Do not dispose of batteries in fire. Batteries may explode
or leak.
If the remote control is not be used for a certain length of time,
remove the batteries.
SETTING
THE TIME
After having inserted the batteries, the clock on the display flashes
until the time is set.
Proceed as follows:
• Press the
or
button until the correct time is reached. Hold
the button down to run rapidly through first the minutes, then the
tens of minutes and then the hours.
• Once the correct time has been reached, release the button and
press the OK button to confirm.
• To cancel the settings programmed on the remote control and
restore the original settings, press the reset button lightly with the
point of a pencil or pen.
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
The first set of buttons on the
remote control are the same
as those on the control panel
of the appliance. You should
therefore refer to the instructions in the chapter Operating
from the control panel to turn
the appliance on, select the
operating mode (AIR CONDITIONING, DEHUMIDIFYING, FAN, HEATING or SMART) and the fan speed.
The following section describes the ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS corresponding to the controls on the bottom part of the remote control.
BOOST
FUNCTION
Ideal for the summer to cool rooms rapidly.
To set this mode:
• Press the
button.
The appliance operates in air conditioning mode at maximum fan
speed. While this function is selected, it is not possible to set the temperature or change fan speed.
Note:- BOOST function cannot be set during HEATING mode
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Using the remote control
SLEEP
FUNCTION
This function is useful for the night as it gradually reduces operation of the
appliance and turns it off after 8 hours.
To set this function correctly:
• Select the operating mode (air conditioning, dehumidifying, smart or
heating (certain models only) as described above.
• Press the
button. The appliance operates in the previously selected
mode with the lowest possible fan speed.
The SLEEP function maintains the room at optimum temperature without
excessive fluctuations in either temperature or humidity and with silent
operation.
Fan speed, room temperature and humidity vary gradually to ensure the
most comfortable conditions.
During air conditioning, the temperature increases by 2°F (1°C) after 60
minutes and a further 2°F (1°C) after 2 hours.
In dehumidifying mode, the dehumidifying power of the appliance is
partially reduced every hour for the first two hours.
In heating mode, the temperature drops by 2°F (1°C) every hour, for 3
hours. Ventilation will be in AUTO mode.
SELECTING
THE TEMPERATURE SCALE
Press the
button to switch the temperature scale from Centigrade
to Fahrenheit and vice-versa.
PROGRAMMING
THE TIMER
The appliance can be programmed to start up and shut down when
desired.
Programming start up
• Press the
button.
The start-up time and message (
) flashes on the remote control
display.
• Press the
or
buttons to set the time you want the appliance to
start up.
• When that time is reached, press the OK button to confirm. The message (
) appears on the remote control display and the
symbol is displayed on the appliance to indicate that the timer is active.
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Self-diagnosis
Programming shutdown
• Press the
button. The shutdown time and message (
) flash
on the remote control display.
• Press the
or
buttons to set the time you want the appliance to
shut down.
• When that time is reached, press the OK button to confirm. The message (
) appears on the remote control display and the
symbol is displayed on the appliance to indicate that the timer is active.
SELF-DIAGNOSIS
The appliance has a self diagnosis system to identify a number of malfunctions.
Error messages are displayed on the appliance display.
IF…IS DISPLAYED,
LOW TEMPERATURE
(frost prevention)
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
The appliance is fitted with
a frost protection device to
avoid excessive formation
of ice on internal components.
The appliance starts up
again automatically when
the defrosting process is
completed.
See page 15
“END OF SEASON OPERATIONS”
FULL
TANK
(empty the internal tank)
If this is displayed, contact
your local authorized service centre.
PROBE FAILURE
(sensor damaged)
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Tips
To ensure optimal performance from your
portable air conditioner, follow these recommendations:
• Never use the appliance in very damp
rooms (laundries for example).
• Never use the appliance outdoors.
• Close the windows and doors in the room to
be air conditioned. The only exception is
when the appliance is installed through a
hole in the wall. In this case, you are recommended to leave a slight draught through a
door or window to guarantee correct ventilation.
close doors and windows
• Protect the room from direct exposure to
the sun by partially closing curtains and/or
blinds to help the appliance run more efficiently.
• Never rest objects of any kind on the air
conditioner.
• Never obstruct the air intake 7 or outlet
1 grilles.
• Minimize the number of heat sources in
the room.
close blinds or curtains
do not cover
the appliance
when in use
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• Make sure the air conditioner is on a level
floor. If necessary, place the two castor
locks 14 under the wheels 4 .
Cleaning
Before cleaning or maintenance, turn the
appliance off by pressing the ON/STAND-BY
button then always unplug the appliance
from the outlet.
START OF SEASON CHECKS
Make sure the power cable and plug are
undamaged and the outlet is in good condition.
Follow the installation instructions precisely.
CLEANING THE SURFACE OF THE UNIT
You should clean the appliance with a slightly damp cloth then dry with a dry cloth.
For safety reasons, never wash the air conditioner with water.
END OF SEASON OPERATIONS
Precautions
Never use petrol, alcohol or solvents to clean
the appliance. Never spray insecticide liquids
or similar products.
• To empty the internal circuit completely of
water, remove the cap (figure I).
• Run off all water left into a basin. When all
the water has been drained, put the cap
back in place.
• Clean the filter and dry thoroughly before
putting back.
CLEANING THE AIR FILTERS
To keep your air conditioner working efficiently, you should clean the dust filter every week
of operation.
The filter is housed in the intake grille.
To clean the filters, proceed as follows:
1. Remove the dust filter by extracting it
upwards (figure H).
2. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust accumulations from the filter. If it is very dirty, immerse in warm water and rinse a number of times.
The water should never be hotter than 104°F
(40°C). After washing, leave the filter to
dry, then put it back in place.
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END OF SEASON DUST COVER/ACCESSORIES
BAG
In order to properly storage the appliance at
the end of the season, we suggest you cover
it with the supplied end of season dust cover
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vant end of season accessories bag
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Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g
NOTE:
NEVER TRANSPORT OR TURN THE APPLIANCE UPSIDE DOWN OR ON ITS SIDE. IF THIS OCCURS,
WAIT 6 HOURS BEFORE TURNING THE APPLIANCE ON, 24 HOURS IS RECOMMENDED. (After the
unit has been on its side, oil needs to return to the compressor to ensure proper function. Without allowing the unit this time (6-24 hours) The unit may function for only a short time, and then
the compressor will break down from lack of oil).
TROUBLESHOOTING
ing
PROBLEM
The air conditioning unit does not
start.
CAUSE
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REMEDY
No electricity.
It is not plugged into the outlet.
The safety device of the plug has tripped.
The internal safety device has tripped.
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Restore electricity.
Plug into the outlet.
Reset the safety plug.
Wait 30 minutes, if the problem persists, contact your
service center.
The air exhaust hose has a constriction.
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The air exhaust hose is blocked.
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There are tight bends in the air exhaust
hose.
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Position the exhaust hose
correctly.
Check there are no obstacles Obstructing air discharge.
Eliminate the tight bends.
The air conditioner •
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works, but does
not cool the room.
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Window open.
There are heat sources in the room
(lamps, etc.).
The exhaust hose is detached.
Air filters clogged.
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Close the window.
Eliminate the heat source.
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Connect the exhaust hose.
Clean or replace the filters.
Bad odor in the
room.
The filter is clogged.
•
Clean or replace the filter.
The air conditioning unit works for •
a short time only.
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The air conditioner •
does not operate
for about 3 minutes after turning it
on.
The internal compressor safety device
•
prevents the appliance from being restarted until three minutes have elapsed
since it was last turned off.
Wait. This delay is part of normal operation.
/ PF/
appears •
on the display.
The appliance has a self diagnosis system •
to identify a number of malfunctions.
See the self-diagnosis chapter.
The unit will not
heat
The unit takes several minutes to produce •
warm air
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•
Wait. This delay is part of
normal operation.
Te c h n i c a l s p e c i f i c a t i o n
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Power supply voltage
Max. absorbed power
during air conditioning
Refrigerant
Cooling capacity
Absorbed power heating
(certain models only)
see rating label
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LIMIT CONDITIONS
Room temperature for
air conditioning 69,8 ÷ 95°F (21° ÷ 35°C)
Room temperature for
heating
50° ÷ 77°F (10° ÷ 25°C)
Transport, filling, cleaning, recovery and disposal of refrigerant should be performed by
a technical service centre appointed by the
manufacturer only.
The appliance should be disposed of by a
specialist centre appointed by the manufacturer only.
NEVER TRANSPORT OR TURN THE APPLIANCE UPSIDE DOWN OR ON ITS
SIDE. IF THIS OCCURS, WAIT 6 HOURS BEFORE TURNING THE APPLIANCE
ON, 24 HOURS IS RECOMMENDED. (After the unit has been on its side,
oil needs to return to the compressor to ensure proper function.
Without allowing the unit this time (6-24 hours) The unit may function
for only a short time, and then the compressor will break down from
lack of oil).
This appliance is equipped with a 3 prong grounded plug. The plug must be connected into
an outlet that is properly installed and grounded in the accordance with all local codes
and ordinances. Do not modify the plug provided with the appliance. If it will not fit the
outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician or relocate the unit to a proper outlet.
If the household electrical supply does not meet the above specifications, or if you are not
sure your home has an effective electrical ground, have a qualified electrician or your local
electrical utility company check it and correct any problems.
SAFETY PLUG
The appliance is fitted with a safety plug to protect the power cable.
If power is cut off, unplug from the outlet and make sure the power cable is undamaged.
If the cable is damaged, call the service center immediately.
If power cuts off frequently and the power cable is undamaged, contact a qualified electrician.
OPERATION OF THE SAFETY PLUG
If the safety device incorporated in the plug trips and cuts off the power supply, check
that the power cable and plug are not damaged.
If the power cable is undamaged, to restore operation press the "RESET" button.
To verify correct operation of the plug, press the "TEST" button periodically and make sure
the appliance disconnects. If this is not the case, contact the service center.
To restore operation, press the "RESET" button.
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L i m i t e d Wa r ra n t y
De’Longhi is the distributor of Kenwood home appliances.
This warranty applies to all home appliances with De’Longhi or Kenwood brand names.
FOR CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES ONLY
Limited Warranty
We warrant each De’Longhi AIR CONDITIONER to be free from defects in material and workmanship. From the purchase date, our obligation under this warranty is to provide one (1) year free
parts and labor on the entire AIR CONDITIONER, with an additional four (4) years free on any part
of the sealed system consisting of the compressor, evaporator, condenser and factory connected refrigerant tubing. Labor and all other parts during the additional four (4) year warranty are to
be paid by the owner. All AIR CONDITIONERS in need of repair are to be shipped to an authorized
De’Longhi service center at the owner’s expense, and De’Longhi will then incur the return shipping costs. After the first five (5) years of ownership, all expenses (all parts, labor and shipping) are
to be paid by the owner of the unit. This warranty shall apply only if the AIR CONDITIONER is used
in accordance with the factory directions that accompany it, and on an Alternating Current (AC)
circuit. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties and representations, expressed or implied, and
all other obligations or liabilities on our part. We do not authorize any other person or company
to assume for us any liability in connection with the sale or use of our AIR CONDITIONER. This warranty shall not apply to any AIR CONDITIONER that has been repaired or altered outside our factory nor shall it apply to any AIR CONDITIONER that has been subjected to misuse, negligence or
accidents.
If repairs become necessary, see contact information below:
U.S. Residents:
For help with installation, operation, and for all accessories and spare/replacement parts,
Please contact our toll free customer service call center at 1-800-322-3848
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm ET
or log onto our website at www.delonghiusa.com.
CANADA Residents:
Please contact our toll free hotline at 1-888-335-6644 or log onto our website at
www.delonghi.com.
Other countries:
Please visit: www.delonghi.com.
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