40GJC Cassette Ductless System Sizes 12 to 24 Owner`s Manual

40GJC Cassette Ductless System Sizes 12 to 24 Owner`s Manual
40GJC
Cassette Ductless System
Sizes 12 - 24
Owner's Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
INDOOR UNIT PART NAMES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
DISPLAY PANELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
REMOTE CONTROL PART NAMES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
REMOTE CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
NOTE TO EQUIPMENT OWNER:
Please read this Owner’s Information Manual carefully before installing and using this appliance
and keep this manual for future reference.
For your convenience, please record the model and serial numbers of your new equipment in the
spaces provided. This information, along with the installation data and dealer contact information,
will be helpful should your system require maintenance or service.
UNIT INFORMATION
DEALERSHIP CONTACT INFORMATION
Model # ___________________________________ Company Name: _________________________________
Serial # ___________________________________
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
Date Installed _____________________________
Address:_________________________________________
________________________________________________
Phone Number:__________________________________
Technician Name:_________________________________
________________________________________________
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
GENERAL
Failure to follow this warning could result in personal injury,
death, or property damage.
The cassette fan coil unit provides quiet, maximum comfort. In
addition to cooling and/or heating, the cassette fan coil unit
matched with an outdoor condensing unit will filter and
dehumidify the air in the room to provide maximum comfort.
IMPORTANT: The cassette fan coil unit should be installed by
authorized personnel only; using approved tubing and accessories.
If technical assistance, service or repair is needed, contact the
installer.
Read and follow all instructions and warnings, including
labels shipped with or attached to unit before operating your
new air conditioner.
The cassette fan coil unit can be set up and operated from the
remote control (provided). If the remote is misplaced, the system
can be operated from the “Auto” setting on the unit.
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WARNING
PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH, OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE HAZARD
Any time you see this symbol
in manuals, instructions and on
the unit, be aware of the potential for personal injury. There are
three levels of precaution:
DANGER identifies the most serious hazards which will result in
severe personal injury or death.
WARNING signifies hazards that could result in personal injury or
death.
CAUTION is used to identify unsafe practices which would result
in minor personal injury or product and property damage.
NOTE is used to highlight suggestions which will result in
enhanced installation, reliability, or operation.
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WARNING
PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH AND / OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE HAZARD
Failure to follow this warning could result in personal injury,
death or property damage.
Operating Modes:
The cassette fan coil unit has five operating modes.
S Fan only
S Auto
S Heating
S Cooling
S Dehumidification (DRY)
Fan Only
In Fan Only mode, the system filters and circulates room air
without changing room air temperature.
Auto
In Auto mode, the system will automatically cool or heat the room
according to the user−selected set point.
Heating
In Heating mode, the system heats and filters room air.
Cooling
In Cooling mode, the system cools, dries and filters room air.
Dehumidification (DRY)
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service,
maintenance, or use can cause explosion, fire, electrical shock,
or other conditions which may cause personal injury or
property damage.
In Dehumidification mode, the system dries, filters and slightly
cools room air temperature. Use of this mode does not take the
place of a dehumidifier.
Consult a qualified installer, service agency, your distributor
or branch for information or assistance. The qualified installer
or service agency must use factory−authorized kits or
accessories when modifying this product.
The remote control transmits commands to set up and operate the
system. The control has a window display panel that shows the
current system status. The control can be secured to a surface when
used with the mounting bracket provided.
Wireless Remote Control
Wired Remote Control
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INDOOR UNIT PART NAMES
Wired Remote Controller
Remote Controller
Fig. 1 − Parts List
Table 1— Parts List Indoor Cassette
Size
12,18
24
Indoor Cassette
Name
Remote control
Battery (1.5V)
Screw M4X25
GasketM6Xφ18X1.4
GasketM10Xφ30X2.5
Screw ST4.8X13 HC
Screw M6X25
Nut of Connector Pipe(B) Package
Pipe Connection Nut ("I" shape)
Drain Hose
Connection wire of wired control
Wired controller
Remote control
Battery (1.5V)
Screw M4X25
Gasket location board
GasketM10Xφ30X2.5
Screw ST4.8X13 HC
bellows φ16
Nut of Connector Pipe(B) Package
Drain Hose Sub-Assy
Connection wire of wired control
Wired controller
DISPLAY PANELS
NOTE: The display panel on the indoor unit can be turned on or off using the LIGHT button on the remote control.
* The temperature readout will be replaced by an error code if there is a malfunction.
3
Qty
1
2
2
4
10
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
10
4
1
1
1
1
1
REMOTE CONTROL PART NAMES
1
ON/OFF
Press it to start or stop operation
2
- : Press it to decrease temperature
setting .
3
+ : Press it to increase temperature
setting
4
MODE
Press it to select operation mode
(AUTO/COOL/DRY/FAN/HEAT)
5
FAN
Press it to set fan speed
1
6
SWING
Press it to set Up-Down Swing angle
3
2
7
8
4
6
FOLLOW
ME
Health or Air (Function Not Available)
/
5
9
SLEEP
7
10
TEMP
11
QUIET
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
15
FOLLOW ME
Press it to set the QUIET function
12
CLOCK
Press it set clock
13
14
TURBO
15
LIGHT
16
X-FAN
Fig. 2 − Remote Control
NOTE: The FOLLOW ME button, formerly called the I FEEL button, possesses the same functionality. Starting on production of
week 12 year 2016 (serial number 1216V15000).
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REMOTE CONTROL
Remote Control Operation − Quick Start
NOTE: When transmitting a command from the remote control to
the unit, be sure to point the control toward the LED display on the
front panel of the unit. The unit confirms receipt of a command by
sounding an audible beep.
CAUTION
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EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD
1. Turn the unit on by pushing the ON/OFF button.
Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment damage.
Handle the control with care and avoid getting the control wet.
2. Select the desired mode by pushing the mode button.
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NOTE: To switch between _C and _F, push the “MODE” and
“−” button simultaneously while the remote controller is off.
IMPORTANT: The remote control can operate the unit from a
distance of up to 25 ft. (7.6 m), without obstructions. This is one way
communication only (from remote control to fan coil).
The remote control can perform the following basic functions:
S Turn the system ON and OFF
S
Select operating mode
S
Adjust room air temperature set point and fan speed
S
Adjust airflow direction
2. Remove old batteries if you are replacing the batteries.
3. Insert batteries. Follow the polarity markings inside the
battery compartment.
4. Replace battery compartment cover.
AN
AT
Fig. 4 − Modes
3. Select the temperature set point by pointing the control toward
the unit and pressing the “+” or “−” temperature set point
buttons until the desired temperature appears on screen.
4. Select the desired fan speed by pressing the FAN SPEED
button to select desired fan speed.
NOTE: If unit is operating in Dry mode, low fan speed will be
displayed and the fan speed cannot be changed.
5. Set the airflow direction. When the unit is turned on, the
louvers default to the cooling or heating position. The user
can adjust the default louvers position by pushing the
“SWING” button. For details on operating the SWING
louvers, refer to the Remote Control Functions section.
Battery Installation
Two AAA 1.5 v alkaline batteries (included) are required for
remote control operation.
To install or replace batteries:
1. Slide the back cover off the control to open the battery
compartment.
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Emergency Operation
If the remote control is lost, damaged, or the batteries are exhausted,
the ON/OFF button on the unit can be used to run the unit.
Press the ON/OFF button once briefly when the system is off.
To stop emergency operation, push the ON/OFF button once.
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
The remote control is the interface between the user and the
cassette systems. Commands are entered by the user to control the
system. Any command that has been entered with the remote
control remains in memory until changed by the user or the
batteries are replaced.
NOTE: When entering commands, point the remote control
toward the LED display on the front panel. The
appears
for a short period of time on the remote control when the
command is entered. The unit only emits an audible beep when
the signals are received correctly.
OPER
A08299
Fig. 3 − Battery Installation
NOTE:
1. When replacing batteries, do not use old batteries or a
different type battery. This may cause a remote control
malfunction.
ON/OFF:
Press this button to turn unit on and off.
MODE:
Each time this button is pressed, a mode is selected in a sequence that
goes from AUTO, COOL, DRY, FAN and HEAT, as shown below:
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2. If the remote is not going to be used for several weeks,
remove the batteries. Otherwise battery leakage may
damage the remote control.
3. The average battery life under normal use is about 6
months.
4. Replace the batteries when there is no audible beep from the
indoor unit or if the Transmission Indicator fails to light.
RY
AN
AT
Fig. 5 − Modes
AUTO mode is the default setting at start−up. In AUTO mode, the
set temperature does not appear on the LCD, and the unit
automatically selects the suitable operation mode to provide
comfort based on factory set parameters.
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QUIET
Press once to decrease the setpoint by 1_F. If the button is pressed
for more than two seconds, the setpoint decreases rapidly in
increments of 1_F. In AUTO mode, set temperature is not adjustable.
Press this button, the Quiet status is under the Auto Quiet mode
+:
signal) and Quiet OFF (there is no signal of “ ” displayed), after
powered on, the Quiet OFF is defaulted. Note: the Quiet function
cannot be set up in Fan and Dry mode; Under the Quiet mode
Press to increase the setpoint by 1_F. If the button is pressed for more
than two seconds, the setpoint increases rapidly in increments of 1_F.
In AUTO mode, set temperature is not adjustable.
COOL:
To cool to the selected set point and remove moisture. System
varies compressor speed to maintain desired temperature.
HEAT:
To heat to selected room set point. System varies compressor speed
to maintain desired room temperature.
FAN:
This button is used to set the fan speed in the following sequence.
Auto
Low speed
Low-Medium speed
Medium-High speed
Medium speed
High speed
Fig. 6 − Fan speed
SWING:
Press to select five different air discharge directions including
Continuous Sweep. The Swing Louver icon appears. Press to set
swing angle, which changes directions as shown below.
OFF
Fig. 7 − Swing buttons
FOLLOW ME:
(display “
(Display “
Health or Air Button
Press to achieve the on and off of healthy and scavenging functions
in operation status.
NOTE: Function not available on this model.
SLEEP MODE:
The unit automatically adjusts room temperature during your sleep
time. This slight change in temperature will not affect your comfort
level due to the natural effects that sleeping has on the body, however
it saves on energy consumption and lowers your electric bill.
The unit has three Sleep Modes. Press the SLEEP button to select
Sleep 1, Sleep 2, Sleep 3 or Cancel. The SLEEP icon appears.
SLEEP 1
In Cool, Dehumidify modes: sleep status after run for one hour, the
main unit setting temperature increases 1.8_F (1_C), setting
temperature increased 3.6 _F (2_C) , the unit runs at this setting
temperature. In Heat mode: sleep status after running for one hour,
the setting temperature decreases 1.8 _F (1_C), 2 hours, the setting
temperature decreases 3.6_F (2_C), then the unit runs at this setting
temperature.
NOTE: Sleep function can not be set in AUTO mode.
”
” signal), the fan speed is not available.
CLOCK SETTING
Press to set clock time. The Clock icon on the remote controller
blinks. Within 5 seconds, press “+” or “−” to set clock time. With
each press of the “+” or “−”, the clock time increases or decreases
by 1 minute. To quickly adjust the time setting, press and hold “+”
or “−” for 2 seconds.
Release the button when you have reached the desired time setting.
Press “CLOCK” to confirm the time, and clock icon stops
blinking.
NOTE: Clock time adopts 24−hour mode. A 12−hour format is
not available.
T−ON button (Timer ON)
To set when you want the unit to turn On at the end of a selected
time period, use “T−ON” on the remote controller. Press to make
the clock icon disappear, replaced with the word “ON” (blinking).
Press “+” or“−” to adjust timer setting 1 minute at a time. Press
and hold “+” or “−” to set timer more quickly. Press “T−ON”
again to confirm setting, and the word “ON” stops blinking. To
cancel, press“T−ON” again.
T−OFF button (Timer OFF)
NOTE: Under Timer On and Off status, you can set T−ON
and T−OFF simultaneously. Before setting timer, be sure to set
clock to correct time.
TEMP:
Press to see the indoor set temperature, indoor ambient temperature
or outdoor ambient temperature on the indoor unit’s display. The
setting on the remote controller is selected circularly.
no display
Press FOLLOW ME and the icon appears. The unit senses room
temperature at the remote controller instead of at the indoor unit. It
then adjusts airflow and temperature accordingly for the ultimate in
personal comfort control and energy savings.
Press again to exit. For best performance, keep remote controller
away from heat or cold temperature sources while using this
function.
/
” and “Auto” signal ) and Quiet mode (display “
Fig. 8 − Temp Modes
When selecting
with remote controller or no display, the
temperature indicator on indoor unit displays set temperature;
with the remote controller, temperature
When selecting
indicator on indoor unit displays indoor ambient temperature;
When selecting
with the remote controller, temperature
indicator on indoor unit displays outdoor ambient temperature. 3s
later it will return to the setting temperature or it depends on the
other received signal within 3s.
IMPORTANT: When displaying the outdoor ambient, the
displaying range is 32−99_F and 0−60_C. When it goes beyond
the range, it keeps the threshold data (the smallest − 0 or 32_F and
the largest 99_F or 60_C).
NOTE: When operating buttons on the cover please make sure
the cover is closed completely.
TURBO:
The desired room set point can be achieved faster in TURBO
mode. After selecting the “HEAT” or “COOL” mode button, push
the “TURBO” button. The TURBO icon appears on the remote
controller and the unit runs at an ultra−high speed. To deactivate
the feature, push the “TURBO” button again. The unit returns to
normal operation.
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LIGHT:
This function allows the user to turn the display ON or OFF on
the front panel.
Press the light icon
to turn the indoor unit front panel ON or
OFF. The remote control displays the Light Icon .
X−FAN:
Press the X−FAN button in COOL or DRY mode to activate the
DRY function and the X−FAN icon appears. When this function
is activated, the indoor fan continues to run for 2 minutes to dry
the indoor coil after the unit is turned off. X−FAN is not available
in AUTO, FAN and HEAT mode.
Combination Buttons
Combination of “+” and “−” Buttons:
Press “+” and “−” buttons simultaneously for 8 seconds to lock or
unlock the keypad. If the remote control is locked,
is displayed.
blinks three times to
In this case, pressing any button,
acknowledge the keypad is locked. Repeat the process to unlock
the remote controller.
Combination of “MODE” and “−” Buttons:
Switch between Fahrenheit and Centigrade. At unit OFF, press the
“MODE’” and “−” buttons simultaneously to switch between _C
and _F.
Wired Remote Controller
Please refer to the Owner’s Manual of the Wired Remote
Controller (KSACN0301AAA) for operation instructions.
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CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
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1. Open the return−air grille by pressing the grille latches
towards the center of the grille.
2. Bend the filter slightly and remove it.
3. Vacuum filters.
4. Clean with warm water.
a. A vacuum cleaner or pure water may be used to clean the
air filter. If the dust accumulation is heavy, please use a soft
brush and mild detergent to clean it.
b. The air−in side should face up when using vacuum cleaner.
c. The air−in side should face down when using water.
5. Shake the filter to remove excess water and dry thoroughly.
6. Allow the filter to dry in a cool place.
CAUTION
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Failure to follow this caution may result in personal injury
or death.
Always turn off power to the system before performing any
cleaning or maintenance to the system. Turn off the outdoor
disconnect switch located near outdoor unit. Be sure to
disconnect indoor unit if on a separate switch
!
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE/OPERATION HAZARD
Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment
damage or improper unit operation.
Operating the system with dirty air filters may damage the
indoor unit and could cause reduced cooling performance,
intermittent system operation, frost build−up on indoor coil
or blown fuses.
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD
IMPORTANT: Do not dry out the air filter in direct sunlight or
with direct heat or flame.
7. Replace the filter.
8. Press the grille latches towards the center to secure them and
close the Return Air Grille.
MAINTENANCE
!
S
Periodic Maintenance
S
S
Periodic maintenance is recommended to ensure proper operation
of the unit. Recommended maintenance intervals may vary
depending on the installation environment, e.g., dusty zones, etc.
Refer to Table 1.
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S
CAUTION
S
S
CUT HAZARD
Failure to follow this caution may result in personal injury.
S
The coil fins are very sharp. Use caution when cleaning.
Always wear safety protection.
Cleaning the Coil
Clean the coil at the beginning of each cooling season, or when
necessary. Use a vacuum cleaner or a long−bristle brush to avoid
damage to the coil fins.
Before you clean the air conditioner, be sure the power
supply is off.
Check if the wiring is not broken off or disconnected.
Use a dry cloth to wipe the indoor unit and remote
controller.
A wet cloth may be used to clean the indoor unit if it is very
dirty.
Never use a damp cloth on the remote controller.
Do not use a chemically treated duster for wiping or leave
such material on the unit for long. Doing so may damage or
fade the unit surface.
Do not use benzine, thinner, polishing powder, or similar
solvents for cleaning. These may cause the plastic surface to
crack or deform.
Maintenance After a Long Stop Period (at the
beginning of the season)
S Check and remove everything that might be blocking
S
Air Filters
Remove and clean the air filters once a month.
The air filter can prevent the dust or other particulates from
entering the unit. In case of blockage of the filter, the working
efficiency of the air conditioner may greatly diminish. Therefore,
the filter must be cleaned once every two weeks during long
periods of use.
S
If the air conditioner is installed in a dusty place, clean the air
filter frequently.
S
If the accumulated dust is too heavy to be cleaned, replace the
filter with a new one.
CAUTION
S
inlet and outlet vents of indoor units and outdoor units.
Clean air filters and casings of indoor units. Refer to
“Cleaning the Air Filter” for details on how to proceed
and make sure to install the cleaned air filters back in the
same position.
Turn on the power at least 12 hours before operating the
unit to ensure smoother operation. As soon as the power
is turned on, the remote controller displays appear.
Maintenance Before a Long Stop Period (at the
end of the season)
S Let the indoor units run in fan only operation for about
S
NOTE: If air filters show signs of excessive wear or are torn, they
must be replaced. Contact your local dealer for replacement filters.
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half a day to dry the interior of the units.
Clean the air filters and casings of the indoor units. Refer
to “Cleaning the Air Filter” for details on how to
proceed. Be sure to install cleaned air filters back in the
same position.
!
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD
Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment
damage.
When cleaning the front panel, do not use water hotter
than 105_F (40.6_C) and do not pour water onto the fan
coil. Do not use abrasive or petroleum based cleaners as
they may damage the front panel.
Indoor Unit Grille
To clean the grille on the indoor unit, wipe the outside with a soft,
dry cloth.
Preparing for Extended Shutdown Period
Energy Saving Recommendations
The following recommendations will add greater efficiency to the
ductless system:
S Select a comfortable thermostat setting and leave it at chosen
setting. Avoid continually raising and lowering the setting.
S Keep the filter clean. Frequent cleaning may be necessary
depending on indoor air quality.
S Use drapes, curtains or shades to keep direct sunlight from
heating the room on very hot days.
S Limit the unit’s run time by using the TIMER function.
S Do not obstruct the air intake on the front panel.
S Turn on the air conditioning unit before the indoor air becomes
too uncomfortable.
Clean the filters and reposition them in the unit. Operate the unit
in Fan only mode for 12 hours to dry all internal parts.
Turn main power supply off and remove batteries from the remote
control.
System Operation Recommendations
The items outlined in the following list help to assure proper
system operation:
S Replace both remote control batteries at the same time.
S Point the remote control toward the unit display panel when
transmitting a command.
S Keep doors and windows closed while unit is operating.
S Contact an authorized service representative if a problem arises
that cannot be easily resolved.
S Do not perform cleaning or maintenance activities while the
unit is on.
S Keep the display panel on the unit away from direct sunlight
and heat as this may interfere with remote control
transmissions.
S Do not block air intakes and outlets on the indoor or outdoor
units.
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Troubleshooting
Refer to Table 2 before contacting your local dealer.
Table 2—Periodic Maintenance
INDOOR UNIT
Clean Air Filter*
Change Remote Control Batteries
OUTDOOR UNIT
Clean Outdoor Coil from Outside
Clean Outdoor Coil from Inside†
Blow Air Over Electric Parts†
Check Electric Connection Tightening†
Clean Fan Wheel†
Check Fan Tightening†
Clean Drain Pans†
EVERY 3 MONTHS
S
EVERY 3 MONTHS
EVERY 6 MONTHS
EVERY YEAR
S
S
EVERY 6 MONTHS
EVERY YEAR
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
* Increase frequency in dusty zones.
{ Maintenance to be carried out by qualified service personnel. Refer to the Installation Manual
Table 3—Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Indoor unit emits a bad odor
on start-up
You hear water flowing noise
when the unit is running
Indoor unit produces a mist
when the air conditioner is
running
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Air filter dirty
• Output air still has odor after cleaning filter.
• This is normal and is the refrigerant flowing
through the system.
Wireless remote control does
not work
• Batteries are dead.
• Unit needs to be reset.
Water leaks into room from
Indoor unit
• Condensing water has overflowed
Unit/System Does Not Work
Cooling is Not Working
Properly
Heating is Not Working
Properly
Unit Stops During Operation
• This is normal cooling and is caused by
high humidity and temperature in the room.
• To protect the unit upon an immediate
restart after a stop, the system controller
delays the unit for 3 minutes before
allowing the unit to start back up.
• The circuit breaker has tripped or a fuse
has blown.
• Power failure.
• Error codes displayed
• Voltage is too low.
• The filter is blocked with dust.
• Temperature is not set properly.
• A window or door is open.
• The outdoor unit is obstructed.
• The fan speed is too low.
• The operation mode is in Fan instead of
Cool.
• The filter is blocked with dust.
• Temperature is set too low.
• A window or door is open.
• The outdoor unit is obstructed.
• The Off timer is not operating correctly.
• Error codes displayed
Copyright 2016 Carrier Corp. D 7310 W. Morris St. D Indianapolis, IN 46231
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SOLUTION
• Clean the air filter
• Contact your service representative.
• No maintenance required
• No maintenance required. Mist should stop as
room is cooled down and the humidity is
removed.
• See battery replacement section in this manual
and replace batteries.
• Turn off power to indoor unit. Remove plug from
wall and then reinsert plug. Restart unit.
• Check indoor condensing drain or call your
representative.
• After turning unit off, wait at least 3 minutes
before trying to restart.
• Reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse with
the specified replacement fuse.
• Restart operation when the power is restored.
• Call your service representative.
• Call your service representative.
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Edition Date: 04/16
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations.
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Clean the air filter.
Check the temperature and reset if necessary.
Close the window or door.
Remove the obstruction.
Change the fan speed selection.
Change the operating mode to Cool or reset the
unit.
Clean the air filter.
Check the temperature and reset if necessary.
Close the window or door.
Remove the obstruction.
Restart the operating mode.
Call your service representative.
Catalog No: OM40GJC-02
Replaces: 40GJC-01OM
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