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I prodotti elettrici ed elettronici di eventuale scarto dovranno essere disposti con i normali rifiuti domestici, ma
smaltiti a norma di legge RAEE in base alle direttive Europee 2002/96/CE e successive modifiche 2003/108/CE,
informandosi presso il Comune di residenza o presso il rivenditore nel caso in cui il prodotto venga sostituito
con uno analogo.
Possible wasted electrical or electronic devices/products should not be located together with normal
domestic waste, but disposed according to the current WEEE law in compliance with the European
Directive 2002/96/EC and following modifications 2003/108/EC. Please inform yourself at your local
Fintek srl. Soc. Unipersonale Via Strozzi 6 – 47895 Domagnano RSM Tel/ fax +39 0549 901950 - +39 393 1808890
Cod. Ident. C.O.E. SM 05944 Cap Soc. 25.800 € int.vers Ric. Giur. Del 16/08/1996 Iscr Reg. Soc n° 1273
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POSITIONING THE AIR CONDITIONER
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1. 1 INTRODUCTION
Please note: Don' t dispose of any packaging
until the installation of the air conditioner is
completed.
After having removed the packing, check that
all the content is intact and complete. (See
list of accessories) . In the event of missing
parts, contact your retailer.
This air conditioner has been designed to cool
or heat the air of a room and should only be
used for this purpose.
The manufacture can not be held liable for
damage caused to property or injury to persons
or animals due to incorrect installation,
regulation and maintenance or improper use.
This air conditioner contains R410A refrigerant,
at the end of its life, the disposal of this air
conditioner must be accordance with the strict
regulation governing the recycling of this
product, please operate with caution during the
disposal. Please contact your local authority
for regulation advice.
Don't switch on before having totally assembled
the air conditioner and before installing in its
correct operating position.
Before starting the appliance, check that it is
correctly earthed, according to the legislation
in force in the country concerned.
1.2 IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliance, basic safety
precautions should always be followed:
Don't place objects on the products or allow
objects to obstruct the inlet or outlet
openings. Extreme care should be taken
when any product is used by,or near children
and pets, and whenever the products is left
operating and unattended.
Please note:
Before operating the product, remove the air
conditioner from its packaging and check if it
is in good condition.
Do not let child play with the package, for
example the plastic bags.
Do not operate any products with a damaged
cord or plug, or after the air conditioner
malfunctions, has been dropped,or damaged in
any manner.
Return the air conditioner to an authorised
service centre for examination and repair to
avoid a hazard.
Do not attempt to repair or adjust any
electrical or mechanical functions on this air
conditioner as this may void warranty,
contact your service engineer.
Always operate the product from a power
source of the same voltage, frequency and
rating as indicated on the product
identification plate.
This air conditioner is not intended for use in
wet or damp locations.
Do not place the air conditioner near an
open flame, cooking or heating appliance,
or hot surface.
Do not let the power cord hand over the
edge of a table or counter. Arrange the
power cord away from an area where it may
be tripped over.
Never place the power cord under a carpet
or rug. Do not operate the air conditioner
in areas where petrol, paint, or other
flammable liquid are used or stored.
Do not carry out any cleaning or maintenance
or access internal parts until the air
conditioner has been disconnected from the
mains electricity supply.
Do not alter the safety or regulating devices
without the permission and instructions of
the air conditioner manufacturer.
Do not pull, remove or twist the electric
cable connected to the air conditioner, even
if disconnected from the mains electricity
supply avoid prolonged direct contact with
the flow of the air from the air conditioner
and the room being closed with no
ventilation for a long period of time.
Repair or maintenance work must be carried
out by a service engineer or by qualified
technicians in compliance with the instructions
given in this booklet. Do not alter the
appliance, since hazardous situations could
be created while the manufacture of the
appliance will not be liable for any damage
or injury caused.
This instruction booklet is an integral part of
the appliance and should therefore be
carefully preserved and always accompany
the appliance in the event of transfer to
another owner or user or another installation
engineer. Should the booklet be damaged or
lost, please request an additional.
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40
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Condenser outlet fan
P2
Condenser inlet fan
Fron panel
The
display
will
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setting
temperature and ambient temperature. After
adjusting the setting temperature, the setting
temperature will flash 15 times on the
display, then the display will show the
ambient temperature for 70 seconds. After
that, the display will be off until next
adjustment.
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To maintain the best performance from your
air conditioner, prevent breakdowns or
hazards,you must position it correctly.Please
follow the guidelines and instruction below in
full, as failure to do so could cause potential
installation problems.
The air conditioner must be installed on an
exterior wall that has access to the out side
with a minimum of 2 meters clearance to the
outside. (See image P3)
The air conditioner must be fitted leaving
room all around as illustrated in the paper
template.
The wall on which the air conditioner is
installed must be sturdy and able to withstand
the weight fo the air conditioner.
Fasten the template to the wall once the
following guidelines have been thoroughly
checked.
Do not drill any holes until you are
completely confident that there are no
obstacles in the area you wish to drill and
there are no obstructions, which could be
hidden by the construction of the wall, for
example: electrical wiring, water&gas pipes
or supporting lintels or beams.
Ensure that a spirit level is used, as the air
conditioner must be level.
Follow the installation instructions in full.
spirit level
P4
After determining the best place for
installation as described above,please check
to ensure that the wall can be drilled in the
chosen area without interfering with other
structures or installations ( beams, piers,
pipes, wires, etc. ) .
Please also ensure that there are no
obstacles on the outside of the wall , which
may obstruct air circulation through the drilled
holes , for example : ( plants and their leaves ,
slats or panelling , drain pipes , overflows and
gratings , etc . ) .
Any
obstruction
could
interfere with the correct performances of the
air conditioner .
Outdoor
Fasten the template to the wall taking care to
check the distance from the floor or ceiling.
Use a pilot drill to mark the centre of each
core hole to be drilled. ( See image P5)
P3
Indoor
2m
2 - 2 . 2m
2m
P5
22mm
FLOOR
2000mm
40mm
435mm
283mm
65x28mm
220mm
46mm
OBBLIGATORIO
Tagliare l'isolante posteriore della macchina in
questa posizione per allacciare la macchina alla
rete elettrica senza l'utilizzo della spina shuko ,
e per la connessione alla rete MOD BUS ( optional )
Cut back insulating material in this position to
connect the machine without power plug , or for
MOD BUS connection ( Optional )
200mm
515mm
585mm
955mm
FLOOR
2000mm
220mm
200mm
168mm
P6, 7,8,9
Please note:If you are drilling the hole above
ground floor level, please ensure that an
area has been secured and while the holes
are drilled the outside area is supervised,
until drilling has been completed.
INTAKE AND OUTLET HOLES( P6)
This operation should be carried out using
the proper tools ( diamond tip or core borers
drills with high twisting torque and adjustable
rotation speed).
Find the holes center drilled before, u se a
core boring head having a diameter of
200mm to drill the two holes for intake
an d outlet the air.
DRAINAGE HOLE (P8)
This air conditioner has a system to drain the
condensate moisture automatically. Please
read carefully the following instruction.
Drill a hole through the wall measuring 30mm
in diameter in the position shown in the
paper template, marked the center before.
Drainage occurs by gravity. For this reason,
it is essential for the drain line to have a
minimum downward inclination at least 3
degrees throughout its length. With this
solution, you can drain the condensate
moisture to a suitable place to do not cause
any problems to your neighbours.
P8
P6
This drainage method is more common use,
and the discharge pipe goes outside where
there is no problem to connect or to
discharge it, this solution is OK for hot
country and normal cold temperature outside.
WALL BRACKET HOLES (P9)
( See image P7)
P9
3° INCLINATION
P7
Drill the holes for anchoring the fastening
bracket to the wall using preferably the 26
holes with 8mm diameter showed in black on
the paper template. As the unit is installed on
high wall,it is recommended that all the holes
should be fixed with anchor bolts.
2.4
ANCHORS
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2. When the air conditioner is installed in
the high space, and impossible to reach the
gratings from outdoor side, you could fix the
gratings from inside.
Insert the concrete anchors into the holes for
the unit,and tighten them inside the wall.
The anchor bolts provided require 10 mm
holes; the wall should be inspected to
determine if provided bolts are useful or
if it is necessary to use a different
anchorage. The manufacture is not liable
in case of underestimation of the
structural consistency of the anchorage
made at the time of installation.
Concrete anchors
Put the silicon gel around of the soft grating,
like Fig17.Then fold the outer grating in half,
insert your arm inside the hole with the
grating. Let the grating unfold and pull the
grating toward you. With a little patience and
manipulation, the 2 gratings will fit the end of
the holes. (See P12,13,14)
P10
P12
2.5
After drilling the holes, the plastic gratings
supplied with air conditioner need to be fitted
on the wall.
1. When gratings is easy accessibility, you
could fix the gratings from outside, it is
recommended to fasten it to the wall with
wall plugs and screws with a diameter of
6mm, and keep the fins in vertical position.
( See P11 )
P13
P14
P11
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After fixing the outside grating,we could
inject more gel inside the space between the
grating and wall. (See P15,16)
2.6 FIXING PLASTIC SHEET AND
INSULATION
After fixing the outside grating,insert the
plastic sheet with insulation supplied with the
conditioner into the holes.The sheets must
be 107mm shorter than the thickness of the
wall.(See P18)
Use an ordinary cutter for the operation .
( See P19 )
Wall thickness
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P18
77mm
Fan thickness
30mm
External grating
thickness
P16
T
500mm
The black silicon gel is just for reference,
we could use white or transparent color gel
to fix the outdoor grille.(See P17)
P17
628mm
PLASTIC SHEET WITH INSULATION
P19
Roll the sheet and insert it into the hole ,
paying attention to the splicing line , which
must always face up wards . (See P21 )
1. When the machine is installed in normal
climate or hot area, we can connect the
drainage pipe to outside, with a proper place.
( See P23)
Splicing line
Outdoor
Indoor
P21
7 CONNECTING DRAINAGE PIPE
Connect the drain pipe ( from rubber terminal )
to the air conditioner ( back side ) after
unplugged the black rubber cup ( see P22 ).
With this solution, you can drain the
condensate moisture to a suitable place to do
not cause any problems to your neighbours.
P22
Drainage pipe
P23
2. When the machine is installed in very cold
area, the water in drainage pipe is frozen
easily in winter, we could connect the
drainage pipe inside the wall, and connect
with a proper place.( See P24)
Outdoor
Indoor
Drainage pipe
Hard terminal
Soft terminal
P24
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The appliance shall not be installed
the laundry.
ANCHORS
After checking again that the fastening
anchors are securely fastened to the wall,
and that any necessary preparations for
electric connection and condensate drainage
have been made, fasten the air conditioner
to its supporting anchors. ( See P25)
Lift it up by holding the sides at the bottom,
slightly insert the outside fan rings into the
two big holes on the wall. ( See P26) The
air conditioner can now be pushed firmly
against the wall, then lift the unit and make
sure the anchors and unit match well.
( See P27)
Inspect carefully the installation to make
sure that the insulating back panel must fit
firmly against the wall and there are no
fissures at the back of the air conditioner.
The appliance must be positioned so that the
plug is accessible.
The appliance shall be installed in accordance
with national wiring regulations.
Fix with washer and nut
P28
Fixing two nuts with top of the machine,
to make sure the unit is installed well.
( See P28, 29)
P29
P25
9 POWER CORD CONNECTION
1. For every unit, there would be a power
cord on the left side( P30). Connect the plug
with the socket, and operate the unit.
Concrete anchor
P30
P26
P27
Power cord
10
2. For aesthetic purpose during the
installation, we could change the power cord
connection solution with another way.
-- On the back of the unit ,
there is a hole for the wire
connection , you can cut the
back insulation material , then
connect the additional wire
accordingly . Just be careful
with the operation and do not
damage the wires . About the
hole dimension , you can check
the paper template .( See P31 )
-- Take out the cable clip by plier from the side
plate , and remove the power cable from unit .
( See P32 C )
- - Connect the wires passed through the hole
of back plate .
-- Block window cap and fix rating label again .
-- Block the hole of power cable with a rubber
cap supplied with the air conditioner .
(See P32 D )
2 . 10 FRESH AIR SYSTEM ( OPTIONAL )
P31
--On left side, there is an operation window
under the rating label. Remove the rating
label, unscrew 2pcs screws by driver, then
take out the window cap.( See P32 A )
- - A wire connection block is inside the box ,
brown color is live wire , blue color is neutral
wire , yellow - green is earth wire .
-- Unscrew the 3pcs screws , remove the wires
from connection block .( See P32 B )
A
P32
B
Screw
P33
There is fresh air system in the back of the
unit, and fresh air pipe is 50mm. The air
conditioner
would
change
room
air
automatically. In this way, new clean and
fresh air will be intaken to the room. Same
time, the air conditioner performance would
be lower.(See P33 A)
N
CO
A
B
Screws
D
C
Drill a hole through the wall measuring 52mm
in diameter in the position shown in the paper
template, marked the center before. It is
essential for the hole line to have a minimum
downward inelination at least 3 degrees
throughout its length. With this solution, in
the rainy day, the water could not come to
inside.(See P33 B)
3. 3 HEATING MODE
3. 4 COOLING MODE
3. 5 DRY MODE
3. 6 FAN MODE
Press the ON/OFF button "
", switch on the
air conditioner, it will run by memory mode.
Press the MODE button "
" set up the
mode to fan "
", the air conditioner will
run in fan.
Press UP "
" or DOWN "
" button, to
adjust the setting up temperature.
Press the FAN SPEED button "
" , set up
the fan speed.
is low speed,
is middle
speed,
is high speed,
( flashing) is auto
speed.
Fan auto fan, the speed is choosen by the
difference of room temperature and setting
temperature.
Room temperature- setting temperature>5℃,
high speed.
Room temperature- setting temperature>3℃,
middle speed.
Room temperature- setting temperature>1℃,
low speed.
Press the ON/OFF button "
" , switch off
the air conditioner. Next time when this
button is pressed, the air conditioner will
operates in this mode by memory.
3. 7 SLEEP MODE
3. 8 AUTO MODE
3. 9 TIMER OFF FUNCTION
3. 10 TIMER ON FUNCTION
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3. 11 FRONT PANEL FUNCTION
P34
When the unit starts working, the front
panel and flap would open completely at
first. About 15- 20 seconds later, indoor
fan and compressor would work as mode
setting, and front panel would stay with
open position when the unit is working.
During front panel opening period, the
indoor fan would not work, and there is no
air coming out from the air conditioner.
If unit is closed, indoor fan would stop first,
then front panel and flap would close
completely again.
3. 12 INSTALL AND CHANGE
THE BATTERY
P35
- - Open the cover of battery, hold the hook
and lightly pull up.
- - Insert
the
battery
( AAA, 2pcs) , the
positive must be same with the mark on the
plastic surface.
- - Reinstall the cover of battery.
Inspection: If press ON/OFF button " ", no
icons are displayed, please install the battery
again.
3. 13 FRESH AIR FUNCTION
(OPTIONAL)
There are 3 positions with the fresh system,
roll the frame with arrow direction, OPEN,
CLOSE and CLEAN would be shown one
by one.
Fresh air filter should be cleaned regularly
to keep the fresh air flow smooth. Take out
the filter as arrow direction, wash it( no
use hot water) and only when it is dried
replace it in same way.
ATTENTION:
1.Do not use the air conditioner without fileter.
2.Do not use the fresh air system in heating
mode.
Fresh air system
Open position
OPEN
Close position
CLOSE
Clean position
CLEAN
P36
3.14 MAINTENANCE (P37,38, 39)
The filter should be regularly cleaned to
keep the air conditioner running efficiently.
Clean the filters every two weeks.
How to proceed:
- - Disconnect the air conditioner from the
electrical supply .
- - Open the front panel by hand .
- - Take the filter holder ( See P37 ), take out
the filter grating from the slot . ( See P38 ) .
-- Proceed to wash them ( not hot water )
and only when they are dried replace them
in the same way . ( See P39 )
P38
P39
ATTENTION: Do not use the air conditioner
without filters as it could seriously damage
the air conditioner.
- - Disconnect the air conditioner from the
electrical supply.
-- Wipe external surfaces clean with a damp
cloth only.
-- Do not use an abrasive cloth or solvents,
as this may damage the surfaces.
-- Do not use excessively wet cloths or
sponges, as water stagnation could damage
the air conditioner and compromise safety.
P37
Filter holder
P40
ACTIVE CARBON FILTER (OPTIONAL)
(P40)
The unit maybe includes active carbon filter,
which not only has the function of eliminating
suspended
matters
that
a
common
mechanical filter has, but also can eliminate
foreign matters such as free chlorine, odors,
colors and toxic matters that are difficult to
filter out by using conventional approaches.
With active carbon filter, the room air would
be fresh and good for the body health.
Is advisable to change them every three
months, because it is not possible to wash or
clean them.
3. 15 PROBLEM SOLVING
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES
- The air conditioner does not work.
- The air conditioner does not refrigerate the
room.
- Strange smell in the room. Water drips from
the air conditioner.
- The remote control does not work.
- The air conditioner does not work for 3 min
when switched on.
POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
1.Wrong setting of the timer/ Check it.
2. Problems on the power supply/ Call the
service center.
3.The filter could be dirty/ Clean it.
4. The room temperature is too high/ Wait
until the temperature goes down.
5.The temperature is not properly set/ Check
it.
6. The grids could be obstructed/ Check and
remove the eventual obstacles.
- Dampness in the room, coming from walls,
carpets, furnishing or similar.
-Wrong installation of the air conditioner.
- Wrong connection of the drainage pipe.
- Exhausted batteries.
- Wrong insertion of the batteries inside the
remote control.
- Protection of the conditioner.Wait for 3 min
and the air conditioner will start to work again.
If the supply cord damaged, it must be
replaced by manufacturer or its service agent
or a similarly qualified person in order to
avoid a hazard.
The max operation temperature for the air
conditioner: ( max cooling: outdoor DB43℃/
WB26℃,indoor DB32℃/WB23℃; min heating:
outdoor DB-5℃/WB-6℃, indoor Db20℃)
This 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.
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