Ductless Split Air Conditioner

Ductless Split Air Conditioner
Ductless Split Air Conditioner
User Manual
Indoor
HSU09VHG(DB)-W
HSU12VHG(DB)-W
HSU18VHG(DB)-W
HSU24VHG(DB)-W
Outdoor
HSU09VHG(DB)-G
HSU12VHG(DB)-G
HSU18VHG(DB)-G
HSU24VHG(DB)-G
Design may vary by model number.
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WARNING
• This system should be installed by a qualified
HVAC professional. Do not attempt to install
the air conditioner by yourself because
incorrect installation may cause fire, water
leakage, personal injury or death.
• When abnormalities such as a burnt-smell are
found, immediately power off the main switch
and contact a licensed contractor.
• Do not obstruct or cover the ventilation grille
on the air conditioner. Do not put fingers or
any other things into the inlet/outlet or swing
louver.
• Do not allow children to play with the air
conditioner. Children should never be allowed
to sit on the outdoor unit
• Please read this manual before using the air conditioner.
• Keep this user manual for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cautions and Warnings.................................. 1
Controller Features & Settings....................... 2
Emergency Operation & Maintenance............ 5
Troubleshooting............................................. 6
Limited Warranty........................................... 7
PAGE 1
3 COOL Button
Remote Controller
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In COOL mode, the unit operates in cooling. When FAN is
set to AUTO, the air conditioner automatically adjusts the
fan speed according to room temperature. The
displayed during COOL mode.
will be
4 HEAT Button
In HEAT mode, warm air will blow out after a short period of
the time due to cold-air prevention function. When FAN is
set to AUTO, the air conditioner automatically adjusts the
fan speed according to room temperature. The
displayed during HEAT mode.
1
2
5
3
5 DRY Button
DRY mode is used to reduce humidity. In DRY mode, when
room temperature becomes lower than temp. setting +2°F,
unit will run intermittently at LOW speed regardless of FAN
will be displayed during DRY mode.
setting. The
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4
7
9
8
11
will be
6 Temperature +/- Buttons
Temp + Every time the button is pressed, the temperature
setting increases.
Temp - Every time the button is pressed, temperature
setting decreases.
The operating temperature range is 60°F-86°F (16°C-30°C).
7 AUTO Button
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12
13
14
15
Under the mode of auto operation, the air conditioner will
automatically select Cool or Heat operation according to
room temperature. When FAN is set to AUTO the air conditioner automatically adjusts the fan speed according to room
temperature. The
16
17
will be displayed during AUTO mode.
8 FAN Button
Fan speed selection
button. For each press, fan speed
Press the FAN
changes as follows:
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1 Power Button
Press the ON/OFF
the unit.
button on the remote control to start
Remote control:
2 QUIET Button
This function may be used when silence is needed for rest or
reading. Press the QUIET
will display the QUIET
48,(7
button, the remote control
icon and switch the unit to the
quiet function. Press the QUIET
this function.
48,(7
button again to cancel
Note:
Running the unit in QUIET mode for a long period of time
may cause the room temperature to not reach the set
temperature. If this occurs, cancel QUIET mode and set the
fan speed to a higher setting.
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LOW
MED
HI
Display
circulated
AUTO
The air conditioner fan will run according to the displayed fan
speed.
When FAN is set to AUTO, the air conditioner automatically
adjusts the fan speed according to room temperature.
9 Louver SWING Button
Air Flow Direction Adjustment
1. Status display of air flow
COOL/DRY:
CONTROLLER FEATURES & SETTINGS
4. Confirm timer setting
HEAT:
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2. Left and right air flow adjustment (manual)
Manually move the vertical blade sets on the air conditioner
to adjust left and right direction referring to the figure below.
5. Cancel timer setting
Press the TIMER
clears.
7,0(5
button repeatedly until the time display
Note:
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Cautions:
• Turn the unit off prior to opening the horizontal louver and
adjusting the vertical blades by hand.
• When humidity levels are high, condensate water may occur at the air outlet if all vertical louvers are adjusted to left
or right.
• It is advisable not to keep the horizontal louver in the
downward position for an extended period of time in COOL
or DRY mode, otherwise condensate water may form on
the louver.
Note:
When turning the unit on, the remote control will automatically
return the louver to the previous set swing position. When turning the unit off, the louver will rotate to the full open position
prior to closing.
10 Timer Button
On-Off Operation
1. Start the unit and select the desired operating mode.
2. Press the TIMER 7,0(5 button to change to TIMER mode.
Every time the TIMER button is pressed, the display changes
as follows:
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button down will rapidly cycle the
Holding the
time. After replacing batteries or a power failure occurs, the
time setting will need to be reset.
According to the Time setting sequence of TIMER ON or
TIMER OFF, either Start-Stop or Stop-Start can be achieved.
12 EXTRA FUNCTION Button
Function:
icon. Only the fan will
A) Fan Mode - Is indicated by the
operate in this mode. See section 8 “FAN Button” for
changing the fan settings.
B) Intelligent upward airflow, C) Intelligent downward airflow,
D) Reset intelligent airflow position
1. Press the ON/OFF button on the remote control to turn
the unit on.
Select the desired operating mode.
2. Setting the intelligent airflow function
button to enter adPress the EXTRA FUNCTION
ditional options. Press this button repeatedly to access
the louver settings. The louver icon will cycle through the
following three settings.
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Healthy
airflow
upward
Healthy
airflow
downward
Present
position
Remote control display:
BLANK
0.5h
0.5h
0.5h
TIMER ON TIMER OFF
TIMER ON-OFF
0.5h
TIMER OFF-ON
Select the desired TIMER mode (TIMER ON or TIMER OFF or
TIMER ON-OFF). The “ON” or “OFF” icon will flash.
Select the desired position, then press the CONFIRM/
CANCEL
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button to set the function.
3. Canceling the intelligent airflow function
button to enter addiPress the EXTRA FUNCTION
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3. Press the
/
buttons to set the time.
- Pressing this button increases the time in 0.5 hour
increments between hours 0 and 12, and 1 hour increments
for times between hours 12 and 24.
- Pressing this button decreases the time in 0.5 hour
increments between hours 0 and 12, and 1 hour increments
for times between hours 12 and 24.
The on or off time can be adjusted up to 24 hours.
ent” position, then press the CONFIRM/CANCEL
button to cancel the function.
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Notice: Do not reposition the horizontal louver by hand.
This may cause the louver to run incorrectly and not
match the icon displayed on the remote control. If the
louver is not running correctly, turn the unit off for one
minute, then back on, and adjust the louver setting with
the remote control.
CONTROLLER FEATURES & SETTINGS
PAGE 3
ENGLISH
After adjusting the time, press the CONFIRM/CANCEL
button and confirm the time ON or OFF icon stops flashing
and remains displayed.
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Temp.setting
Note:
1. After setting the intelligent airflow function, the louver
position is fixed.
mode.
2. In cooling, it is better to select the
mode.
3. In heating, it is better to select the
4. In cooling and dry modes, using the air conditioner for a
long period of time under high humidity conditions, condensate water may form on the grille/louver.
E) Right and left airflow setting
This will adjust the left and right airflow of the unit. Press
is displayed. This
button until
the Extra Function
will adjust the left and right positioning of the louvers.
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button to apply the setPress the Confirm/Cancel
ting.
F) A-B Yard - This will allow you to control two seperate units
with a single remote control.
Note: this feature would be setup at the time of installation
by the contractor.
G) 50°F low temperature heating - Feature not available on
this series.
H) Sleep mode
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Press the Extra Function
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button to enter additional
options, cycle the button to display the
icon will flash. Press the Confirm/Cancel
enter the sleep function.
icon, the
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button to
Sleep Operation Mode
1. SLEEP mode during COOL, DRY modes
One hour after SLEEP mode starts, the temperature will
rise 2°F above set temperature, after another hour, the
temperature rises an additional 2°F. The unit will run for an
additional six hours, then turns off. The final temperature
is 4°F higher than the initial set temperature. Using this
feature will help with achieving maximum efficiency and
comfort from your unit while you sleep.
SLEEP operation starts
SLEEP operation stops
Approx.6hrs
1 hr
Rises 2OF
Temp.setting
Unit stop
In COOL, DRY mode
2. SLEEP mode during HEAT mode
One hour after SLEEP mode starts, the temperature will
decrease 4°F below set temperature, after another hour,
the temperature will decrease an additional 4°F. After an
additional three hours, the temperature will rise by 2°F.
The unit will run for an additional three hours, then turns
off. The final temperature is 6°F lower than the initial set
temperature. Using this feature will help with achieving
maximum efficiency and comfort from your unit while you
sleep.
Unit stop
Decreases 4OF
1 hr
Decreases 4OF
3 hrs
3 hrs
SLEEP
operation starts
Rises 3OF
SLEEP
operation stops
In HEAT mode
3. In AUTO mode
The unit operates in corresponding sleep mode adapted
to the automatically selected operation mode.
Note:
When the unit is set to sleep mode, the fan speed will be
set to low speed and cannot be changed.
Note: When the TIMER function is set, the sleeping
function cannot be set. If the sleeping function has been
set, and the user sets the TIMER function, the sleeping
function will be canceled, and the unit will be set to the
timer function.
I) Electrical heating - Feature not available on this series.
J) Refresh air - Feature not available on this series.
K) Turbo
Use this function when rapid heating or cooling is needed.
Press the EXTRA FUNCTION
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icon will flash. Press the CONFIRM/CANCEL
icon, the
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button to enter the power function. To cancel the
button
power function, press the EXTRA FUNCTION
again to enter additional options , press the CONFIRM/
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button or select a different mode to cancel
CANCEL
the power function.
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Note:
During POWER operation, in rapid HEAT or COOL mode,
the room may have uneven temperature distribution.
L) Fahrenheit/Celsius mode shift on unit and remote To switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius press the EXTRA
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button until either Celsius or Fahrenheit is
displayed. Press the CONFIRM/CANCEL
the change.
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button to apply
13 HEALTH Button
Feature not available on this series.
14 Confirm/Cancel Button
Function: Setting and canceling timer and other functions.
15 LOCK Button
Used to lock buttons and LCD display
16 LIGHT Button
Turns indoor unit display on and off
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button to enter
additional options, cycle the button to display the
FUNCTION
Rises 2OF
1 hr
1 hr
CONTROLLER FEATURES & SETTINGS
Optimizing Performance
17 RESET Button
Emergency Operation
Emergency Operation:
• Use this operation only when the remote control is defective or lost.
• When the emergency operation switch is pressed, the unit
beeps once, which indicates the start of this operation.
• When the power switch is turned on for the first time and
emergency operation starts, the unit will run automatically
in the following modes:
Room
Designated Timer Fan Operation
temperature temperature mode speed mode
73 F
o
No
AUTO
COOL
No
AUTO
HEAT
p
o
Below 73 F
o
ee
79 F
During cooling operation
prevent direct sunlight
with curtains or blinds
Wipe the air conditioner using a soft and
dry cloth. For serious stains, use a neutral
detergent diluted with water. Wring the water
out of the cloth before wiping down the unit.
Then wipe off the detergent completely.
Cleaning the Air Filter
emergency
operation switch
B
o
Above 73 F
Close doors and windows Do not block the air inlet
during operation
or outlet
1. Open the inlet grille by pulling
it upward
2. Remove the filter.
• During emergency operation, it is not possible to change
the settings of temperature and fan speed. It is also not
possible to operate in timer or dry modes.
Gently push up on the filter’s center
tab until it is released from the
stopper, and remove the filter
downward.
3. Clean the filter.
Use a vacuum cleaner to remove
dust, or wash the filter with water.
After washing, dry the filter
completely.
Inserting the Batteries
1. Remove the battery cover
2. Insert 2 AAA batteries as
illustrated noting battery polarity
3. Reinstall the battery cover
NOTE:
• The distance from the remote
control to the receiver should
be less than 23 feet with no
obstructions.
• If the remote control display is weak or the operating
distance has diminished, the batteries may need to be
replaced.
• Remote control malfunctions can sometimes be corrected
by removing the batteries from the remote for a few minutes and then reinstalling them.
• Remove the batteries from the remote control if the unit
will not be in use for an extended period of time. If any segments of the display remain active after battery removal,
press the reset button.
Once every
two months
4. Attach the filter
Attach the filter so that the “FRONT”
label is facing the front. Make sure
that the filter is securely attached
behind the holding tabs. If the filter is
not attached correctly the unit may
not achieve maximum efficiency.
5. Close the inlet grille.
EMERGENCY
CONTROLLER
OPERATION
FEATURES
& MAINTENANCE
& SETTINGS
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ENGLISH
If the remote control is not functioning properly, use a pen
point or similar object to depress this button to reset the
remote.
Before asking for service, check the following first:
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Problem
Cause and Solutions
The system
does not restart •When unit is stopped, it will not restart again for 3 minutes to protect the system.
immediately
•When electricity is disconnected and then reconnected, the protection circuit will work for 3 minutes to
protect the air conditioner.
Noise is heard
•During unit operation or a stop, a swishing or gurgling noise may be heard. The first 2-3 minutes after the
unit has started is when the noise is most noticeable. (This noise is generated by refrigerant flowing in the
system.)
•During unit operation, a cracking noise may be heard. This noise is generated by the casing expanding or
shrinking due to temperature changes.
•If the airflow creating a loud noise during unit operation, the air filter may be too dirty.
•The system circulates smells from the indoor air such as the smell of furniture, paint, and/or cigarettes.
Odd smell
Normal
Performance
Mist or steam
Inspection
are blowing out. •During COOL or DRY operation, indoor unit may blow out mist. This is due to the sudden cooling of the
indoor air.
In dry mode,
fan speed can’t
be changed.
•In DRY mode, when the room temperature becomes lower than the set temperature by 2°F, the unit will
run intermittently at LOW speed regardless of FAN setting.
•Is the power plug inserted?
•Is there a power failure?
•Is a fuse blown?
Conditions
to check for
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Poor cooling
•Is the air filter dirty? Normally it should be cleaned every 2 months.
•Is there anything blocking the inlet and/or outlet?
•Is the temperature set correctly?
•Are there any doors or windows open?
•Is there any direct sunlight through the window during the cooling operation? (Use curtains)
•Are there too many heat sources or too many people in the room during cooling operation?
TROUBLESHOOTING
LIMITED WARRANTY
7 YEAR COMPRESSOR WARRANTY
The compressor contained in this product is warrantied for a
period of 7 years from the date of purchase. You must keep
and be able to provide your original sales receipt as proof of
the date of purchase.
WHO IS COVERED
The original purchaser of this product.
Haier America will replace any mechanical or electrical parts
or that which proves defective in normal operation for a
period of 5 years. Compressor for 7 years.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS GIVEN IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
The remedy provided in this warranty is exclusive and is
granted in lieu of all other remedies. This warranty does not
cover incidental or consequential damages. Some states
do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential
damages, so this limitation may not apply to you. Some
states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so this limitation may not apply to you. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have
other rights which vary from state to state.
This warranty covers units within the continental United
States, Canada and Puerto Rico.
Haier America,
Wayne, NJ 07470
HOW CAN YOU GET SERVICE
Contact your Installer.
All service must be performed by a licensed HVAC
techninican.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER
1. Damages from improper installation.
2. Damages in shipping.
3. Defects other than manufacturing.
4. Damages from misuse, abuse, accident, alteration, lack
of proper care and maintenance or incorrect electrical
voltage or current.
5. Damages from other than household use.
6. Damages from services performed by other than a
licencensed HVAC technician.
LIMITED WARRANTY
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ENGLISH
5 YEAR LIMITED PARTS WARRANTY
This warranty covers all defects in workmanship or material
for the mechanical and electrical parts contained in this
product for a period of 5 years from the date of purchase. You
must keep and be able to provide your original sales receipt
as proof of the date of purchase.
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Model#:HSU09VHG(DB)-W,HSU09VHG(DB)-G,
HSU12VHG(DB)-W,HSU12VHG(DB)-G,
HSU18VHG(DB)-W,HSU18VHG(DB)-G,
HSU24VHG(DB)-W,HSU24VHG(DB)-G
Issued Date: December 2014
Haier America,
Wayne, NJ 07470
©2015 Haier America Trading, LLC.
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