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DAIKIN ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
OPERATION MANUAL
MODELS
FTXM20PVMA
FTXM25PVMA
FTXM35PVMA
FTXM46PVMA
FTKM20PVMA
FTKM25PVMA
FTKM35PVMA
FTKM46PVMA
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Features
Enhanced comfort and energy
savings
INTELLIGENT EYE
TheINTELLIGENTEYEsensordetectshumanmovementina
room.Ifnooneisintheroomformorethan20В minutes,the
operationautomaticallychangestoenergysavingoperation. Page 15
WEEKLY TIMER
Upto4В timersettingscanbesavedforeachdayoftheweek
accordingtoyourfamily’slifestyle.TheWEEKLYTIMERallows
youtoseton/offtimesandthedesiredtemperature. Page 22
Other functions
COMFORT AIRFLOW
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
Theairflowdirectionisupwardwhilein
COOLoperation,anddownwardwhile
inHEAToperation.Thisfunction
preventscoldorwarmairfromblowing
directlyonyourbody. Page 15
OUTDOORUNITQUIEToperation
assuresalownoiselevelofthe
outdoorunit.Thisfunctionisuseful
tomaintainaquietneighbourhood.
Page 19
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Contents
В„ Read Before Operation
SafetyPrecautions.......................................... 3
NamesofParts............................................... 5
PreparationBeforeOperation......................... 9
В„ Basic Operation
AUTOВ·DRYВ·COOLВ·HEATВ·
FANOperation................................... 11
AdjustingtheAirflowDirection........... 13
AdjustingtheAirflowRate.................. 14
В„ Useful Functions
COMFORTAIRFLOW/
INTELLIGENTEYEOperation........... 15
POWERFULOperation...................... 18
ECONO/OUTDOORUNITQUIET
Operation........................................... 19
В„ TIMER Operation
ON/OFFTIMEROperation................ 20
WEEKLYTIMEROperation................ 22
В„ Care
CareandCleaning....................................... 28
В„ When the Need Arises
ECONO
Thisfunctionenablesefficientoperationby
limitingthemaximumpowerconsumption.
Itisusefulwhenusingtheairconditioner
andotherelectricaldevicessimultaneously
onasharedelectricalcircuit. Page 19
FAQ.............................................................. 33
Troubleshooting........................................... 34
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Read Before Operation
Safety Precautions
Read the precautions in this manual carefully
before operating the unit.
This appliance is filled with R32.
•Keepthismanualwheretheusercaneasilyfindit.
•TheprecautionsdescribedhereinareclassifiedasWARNINGandCAUTION.Theybothcontainimportantinformationregarding
safety.Besuretoobserveallprecautionswithoutfail.
WARNING
CAUTION
Failuretofollowtheseinstructionsproperlymayresultin
personalinjuryorlossoflife.
Neverattempt.
Failuretofollowtheseinstructionsproperlymayresultin
propertydamageorpersonalinjury,whichmaybeserious
dependingonthecircumstances.
Besuretofollowthe
instructions.
Besuretoestablishanearth
connection.
•Afterreading,keepthismanualinaconvenientplacesothatyoucanrefertoitwhenevernecessary.Iftheequipmentis
transferredtoanewuser,besurealsotohandoverthemanual.
WARNING
• Donotusemeanstoacceleratethedefrostingprocessortoclean,otherthanthoserecommendedbythemanufacturer.
• Theappliancemustbestoredinaroomwithoutcontinuouslyoperatingignitionsources(forexample:openflames,an
operatinggasapplianceoranoperatingelectricheater).
• Donotpierceorburn.
• Beawarethatrefrigerantsmaynotcontainanodour.
• Theappliancemustbeinstalled,operatedandstoredinaroomwithafloorarealargerthan4.7m2.
• Toavoidfire,explosionorinjury,donotoperatetheunitwhenharmfulgases(e.g.flammableorcorrosive)aredetectedneartheunit.
• Beawarethatprolonged,directexposuretocoolorwarmairfromtheairconditioner,ortoairthatistoocoolortoo
warm,canbeharmfultoyourphysicalconditionandhealth.
• Donotplaceobjects,includingrods,yourfingers,etc.,intheairinletoroutlet.Productdamageorpersonalinjurymay
resultduetocontactwiththeairconditioner’shigh-speedfanblades.
• Donotattempttorepair,dismantle,reinstallormodifytheairconditioneryourselfasthismayresultinwaterleakage,
electricshocksorfirehazards.
• Donotuseflammablesprayneartheairconditioner,orotherwisefiremayresult.
• Donotusearefrigerantotherthantheoneindicatedontheoutdoorunit(R32)wheninstalling,movingorrepairing.
Usingotherrefrigerantsmaycausetroubleordamagetotheunit,andpersonalinjury.
• Toavoidelectricshocks,donotoperatewithwethands.
• Bewareoffireincaseofrefrigerantleakage.Iftheairconditionerisnotoperatingcorrectly,i.e.notgeneratingcoolor
warmair,refrigerantleakagecouldbethecause.Consultyourdealerforassistance.Therefrigerantwithintheair
conditionerissafeandnormallydoesnotleak.
However,intheeventofaleakage,contactwithanakedburner,heaterorcookermayresultingenerationofnoxious
gas.Donotusetheairconditioneruntilaqualifiedservicepersonconfirmsthattheleakagehasbeenrepaired.
• Donotattempttoinstallorrepairtheairconditioneryourself.Improperworkmanshipmayresultinwaterleakage,electric
shocksorfirehazards.Pleasecontactyourlocaldealerorqualifiedpersonnelforinstallationandmaintenancework.
• Iftheairconditionerismalfunctioning(givingoffaburningodour,etc.),turnoffpowertotheunitandcontactyour
localdealer.Continuedoperationundersuchcircumstancesmayresultinafailure,electricshocksorfirehazards.
• Besuretoinstallanearthleakagecircuitbreaker.Failuretoinstallanearthleakagecircuitbreakermayresultinelectricshocksorfire.
• Besuretoearththeunit.Donotearththeunittoautilitypipe,lightningconductorortelephoneearthlead.Imperfect
earthingmayresultinelectricshocks.
CAUTION
• Donotusetheairconditionerforpurposesotherthanthoseforwhichitisintended.Donotusetheairconditionerfor
coolingprecisioninstruments,food,plants,animalsorworksofartasthismayadverselyaffecttheperformance,
qualityand/orlongevityoftheobjectconcerned.
• Donotexposeplantsoranimalsdirectlytotheairflowfromtheunitasthismaycauseadverseeffects.
• Donotplaceappliancesthatproducenakedflamesinplacesexposedtotheairflowfromtheunitasthismayimpaircombustionoftheburner.
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CAUTION
• Donotblocktheairinletsnoroutlets.Impairedairflowmayresultininsufficientperformanceortrouble.
• Donotsitontheoutdoorunit,putthingsontheunit,orpulltheunit.Doingsomaycauseaccidents,suchasfallingor
topplingdown,thusresultingininjury,productmalfunctioning,orproductdamage.
• Donotplaceobjectsthataresusceptibletomoisturedirectlybeneaththeindoororoutdoorunits.Undercertain
conditions,condensationonthemainunitorrefrigerantpipes,airfilterdirtordrainblockagemaycausedripping,
resultinginfoulingorfailureoftheobjectconcerned.
• Afterprolongeduse,checktheunitstandanditsmountsfordamage.Iftheyareleftinadamagedcondition,theunit
mayfallandcauseinjury.
• Toavoidinjury,donottouchtheairinletoraluminiumfinsoftheindoororoutdoorunits.
• Theapplianceisnotintendedforusebyunattendedyoungchildrenorinfirmpersons.Impairmentofbodilyfunctions
andharmtohealthmayresult.
• Childrenshouldbesupervisedtoensurethattheydonotplaywiththeunitoritsremotecontroller.Accidental
operationbyachildmayresultinimpairmentofbodilyfunctionsandharmhealth.
• Avoidimpactstotheindoorandoutdoorunits,orotherwiseproductdamagemayresult.
• Donotplaceflammableitems,suchasspraycans,within1moftheairoutlet.
Thespraycansmayexplodeasaresultofhotairfromtheindoororoutdoorunits.
• Becarefulnottoletpetsurinateontheairconditioner.Urinationontheairconditionermayresultinelectricshocksorfire.
• Donotwashtheairconditionerwithwater,asthismayresultinelectricshocksorfire.
• Donotplacewatercontainers(vases,etc.)abovetheunit,asthismayresultinelectricshocksorfirehazardsiftheyshouldtoppleover.
• Toavoidoxygendepletion,ensurethattheroomisadequatelyventilatedifequipmentsuchasaburnerisused
togetherwiththeairconditioner.
• Beforecleaning,besuretostopunitoperationandturnoffthecircuitbreaker.Otherwise,anelectricshockandinjury
mayresult.
• Onlyconnecttheairconditionertothespecifiedpowersupplycircuit.Powersuppliesotherthantheonespecifiedmay
resultinelectricshocks,overheatingandfires.
• Arrangethedrainhosetoensuresmoothdrainage.Imperfectdrainagemaycausewettingofthebuilding,furniture,etc.
• Donotplaceobjectsindirectproximityoftheoutdoorunitanddonotletleavesandotherdebrisaccumulatearound
theunit.Leavesareahotbedforsmallanimalswhichcanentertheunit.Onceinsidetheunit,suchanimalscancause
malfunctions,smokeorfireiftheycomeintocontactwithelectricalparts.
• Donotplaceobjectsaroundtheindoorunit.
Doingsomayhaveanadverseinfluenceontheperformance,productquality,andlifeoftheairconditioner.
P004
Installation site
В„ Toinstalltheairconditionerinthefollowingtypesofenvironments,consultyourdealer.
•Placeswithanoilyenvironmentorwheresteamorsootoccurs.
•Saltyenvironmentssuchascoastalareas.
•Placeswheresulphidegasoccurssuchashotsprings.
•Placeswheresnowmayblocktheoutdoorunit.
В„ Besuretofollowtheinstructionsbelow.
•Theindoorunitisatleast1mawayfromanytelevisionorradioset(unitmaycauseinterferencewiththepictureorsound).
•Thedrainfromtheoutdoorunitmustbedischargedtoaplaceofgooddrainage.
Consider nuisance to your neighbours from noises
В„ Forinstallation,chooseaplaceasdescribedbelow.
•Aplacesolidenoughtobeartheweightoftheunitandwhichdoesnotamplifytheoperationnoiseorvibration.
•Aplacefromwheretheairdischargedfromtheoutdoorunitortheoperationnoisewillnotannoyyourneighbours.
Electrical work
В„ Forthepowersupply,besuretouseaseparatepowercircuitdedicatedtotheairconditioner.
System relocation
В„ Relocatingtheairconditionerrequiresspecializedknowledgeandskills.Pleaseconsultyourdealerifrelocation
isnecessaryformovingorremodelling.
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Names of Parts
Indoor Unit
Front panel
Air inlet
Panel tab
INTELLIGENT EYE
sensor
Air outlet
• Detectsthemovementsof
peopleandautomatically
switchesbetweennormal
operationandenergysaving
operation. Page 15-17
Model
name plate
Louvres (vertical blades)
• Thelouvresareinsideoftheair
outlet. Page 13
Indoor temperature
sensor
Flaps (horizontal blades)
• Detectstheairtemperature
aroundtheunit.
Page 13
Display
OPERATION lamp (green)
Signal receiver
• Receivessignalsfromtheremote
controller.
• Whentheunitreceivesasignal,you
willhearabeepsound.
Case
Sound type
Operationstart
beep-beep
Settingchanged
beep
Operationstop
longbeep
TIMER lamp (orange)
Page 20,21,24,26
INTELLIGENT EYE lamp
(green) Page 16
Indoor unit ON/OFF switch
• Pressthisswitchoncetostartoperation.
Pressonceagaintostopit.
• Fortheoperationmodesetting,refertothefollowingtable.
Model
Mode
Temperature setting
Airflow rate
HEATPUMP
AUTO
25В°C
AUTO
COOLINGONLY
COOL
22В°C
AUTO
• Thisswitchcanbeusedwhentheremotecontrollerismissing.
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В„ Open the front panel
Air filter
Titanium apatite photocatalytic
air-purifying filter
Outdoor Unit
•Theappearanceoftheoutdoorunitmaydifferbetweendifferentmodels.
Air inlet
(back and side)
Outdoor temperature
sensor (back)
Drain hose
Earth terminal (inside)
Air outlet
Model name plate
Refrigerant pipes and
inter-unit wire
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Names of Parts
Remote Controller
Signal transmitter
Display (LCD)
Receiver
• Tousetheremotecontroller,aimthe
transmitterattheindoorunit.Ifthereis
anythingblockingthesignalsbetween
theunitandtheremotecontroller,such
asacurtain,theunitmaynotoperate.
• Themaximumtransmissiondistanceis
about7m.
• Displaysthecurrentsettings.
(Inthisillustration,eachsectionis
shownwithallitsdisplaysonforthe
purposeofexplanation.)
TEMPERATURE
adjustment button
• Changesthetemperaturesetting.
Page 12
FAN setting button
• Selectstheairflowratesetting.
Page 14
ON/OFF button
• Pressthisbuttononcetostart
operation.
Pressonceagaintostopit. Page 11
POWERFUL button
• POWERFULoperation.
Page 18
Front cover
• Openthefrontcover.
HEATPUMPmodel
COOLINGONLYmodel
Page 8
ARC466A16
ARC466A14
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В„ Open the front cover
MODE selector button
• Selectstheoperationmode.
(AUTO/DRY/COOL/HEAT/FAN)
Page 11
ECONO/QUIET button
• ECONO/OUTDOORUNIT
QUIEToperation. Page 19
COMFORT/SENSOR
button
• COMFORTAIRFLOWand
INTELLIGENTEYEoperation.
SWING button
• Adjuststheairflowdirection.
Page 13
Page 15
OFF TIMER button
(NIGHT SET mode)
Page 21
: WEEKLY button
: PROGRAMME button
: COPY button
TIMER CANCEL
button
: BACK button
• Cancelsthetimersetting.
Page 20,21
: NEXT button
• WEEKLYTIMERoperation.
Page 22
• Cannotbeusedforthe
WEEKLYTIMERoperation.
ON TIMER button
SELECT button
• Changestheclock,ON/OFF
TIMERandWEEKLYTIMER
settings.
CLOCK button
Page 20
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Preparation Before Operation
To insert the batteries
2
1
3
Position + and
– correctly!
1. Slide the front cover to take it off.
2. Insert 2В dry batteries AAA.LR03 (alkaline).
3. Replace the front cover.
To fix the remote controller holder to a wall
Remote controller
1. Choose a place from where the signals reach
the unit.
2. Fix the holder to a wall, a pillar, or similar
location with the screws supplied with the
holder.
Screws
Remote
controller holder
3. Place the remote controller in the remote
controller holder.
Turn on the circuit breaker
•Afterthepoweristurnedon,theflapsoftheindoorunitopenandcloseoncetosetthe
referenceposition.
NOTE
Notes on batteries
•Whenreplacingthebatteries,usebatteriesofthesametype,andreplaceboth oldbatteriestogether.
•Thebatterieswilllastforabout1year.Iftheremotecontrollerdisplaybeginstofadeandthepossibletransmissionrangebecomesshorterwithin
ayear,however,replacebothbatterieswithnew,sizeAAA.LR03(alkaline).
•Thebatteriessuppliedwiththeremotecontrollerareforinitialoperation.Thebatteriesmayrunoutinlessthan1year.
Note on remote controller
•Donotdroptheremotecontroller.Donotgetitwet.
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To set the clock
1. Press
.
“ “  ”isdisplayedontheLCD.
 ”and“  ”blink.
2. Press
to set the current day of the week.
3. Press
.
“  ”blinks.
4. Press
to set the clock to the present time.
•Holdingdown or rapidlyincreasesordecreasesthedisplayedtime.
5. Press
.
•Pointtheremotecontrollerattheindoorunitwhenpressingthebuttons.
“  ”blinks.
NOTE
Note on setting the clock
•Iftheindoorunit’sinternalclockisnotsettothecorrecttime,theON/OFFTIMERandWEEKLYTIMERwillnotoperatepunctually.
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Basic Operation
AUTO В· DRY В· COOL В· HEAT В· FAN
Operation
Theairconditioneroperateswiththeoperationmodeofyourchoice.
Fromthenexttimeon,theairconditionerwilloperatewiththesameoperation
mode.
To start operation
1. Press
and select a operation mode.
•Eachpressingofthebuttonchangesthemodesettinginsequence.
HEAT PUMP
model
COOLING ONLY
model
2. Press
AUTO
DRY
COOL
DRY
COOL
FAN
HEAT
FAN
.
•“  ”isdisplayedontheLCD.
•TheOPERATIONlamplightsgreen.
Display
To stop operation
Press
again.
•“  ”disappearsfromtheLCD.
•TheOPERATIONlampgoesoff.
NOTE
Notes on AUTO operation
•InAUTOoperation,thesystemselectsanappropriateoperationmode(COOLorHEAT)basedontheindoortemperatureandstartsthe
operation.
•Thesystemautomaticallyreselectssettingataregularintervaltobringtheindoortemperaturetotheuser-settinglevel.
Note on DRY operation
•Eliminateshumiditywhilemaintainingtheindoortemperatureasmuchaspossible.Itautomaticallycontrolstemperatureandairflowrate,so
manualadjustmentofthesefunctionsisunavailable.
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Basic Operation
To change the temperature setting
Press
•Press
.
toraisethetemperatureandpress
COOL operation
18 –32°C
HEAT operation
tolowerthetemperature.
AUTO operation
DRY or FAN operation
18 –30°C
Thetemperaturesettingcannotbe
changed.
10 –30°C
Tips for saving energy
Keeping the temperature setting at a moderate level helps save energy.
•Recommendedtemperaturesetting
в€’Forcooling:26-28В°C
в€’Forheating:20-24В°C
Cover windows with a blind or a curtain.
•Blockingsunlightandairfromoutdoorsincreasesthecooling(heating)effect.
Keep the air filters clean.
•Cloggedairfilterscauseinefficientoperationandwasteenergy.Cleanthemonceinaboutevery2 weeks. Page 30
If you are not going to use the air conditioner for a long period, for example in spring or autumn, turn off the circuit
breaker.
•Theairconditioneralwaysconsumesasmallamountofelectricityevenwhileitisnotoperating.
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Basic Operation
Adjusting the Airflow Direction
Youcanadjusttheairflowdirectiontoincreaseyourcomfort.
CAUTION
• Alwaysusearemotecontrollertoadjusttheanglesoftheflapsandlouvres.
в€’Ifyouattempttomovetheflapsandlouvresforciblybyhandwhentheyareswinging,themechanismmay
bedamaged.
в€’Insidetheairoutlet,afanisrotatingatahighspeed.
To start auto swing
Up and down airflow direction
Press
.
•“  ”isdisplayedontheLCD.
•Theflaps(horizontalblades)willbegintoswing.
Right and left airflow direction
Press
.
•“  ”isdisplayedontheLCD.
•Thelouvres(verticalblades)willbegintoswing.
The 3-D airflow direction
Press
and
.
•“  ”and“  ”aredisplayedontheLCD.
•Theflapsandlouvresmoveinturn.
or
•Tocancel3-Dairflow,presseither
Theflapsorlouvreswillstopmoving.
again.
To set the flaps or louvres at the desired position
•Thisfunctioniseffectivewhiletheflapsorlouvresareinautoswingmode.
Press
and
when the flaps or louvres
reach the desired position.
•Inthe3-Dairflow,theflapsandlouvresmoveinturn.
 ”disappearsfromtheLCD.
•“  ”or“ 13
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Basic Operation
Adjusting the Airflow Rate
Youcanadjusttheairflowratetoincreaseyourcomfort.
To adjust the airflow rate setting
Press
.
•Eachpressingof
changestheairflowratesettinginsequence.
AUTO
Indoor unit quiet
Airflow rate 1-5 (Low to High)
•Whentheairflowissetto“  ”,quietoperationstartsandnoisefromtheindoorunitwill
becomequieter.
•Inthequietoperationmode,theairflowrateissettoaweaklevel.
AUTO, COOL, HEAT and FAN operation
DRY operation
Theairflowratesettingcannotbe
changed.
NOTE
Note on airflow direction setting
•Themovablerangeoftheflapsvariesaccordingtotheoperationmode.
Movable range of the flaps
COOL / DRY
FAN
HEAT
Note on 3-D airflow
•Using3-Dairflowcirculatescoldair,whichtendstocollectedatthebottomoftheroom,andhotair,whichtendstocollectneartheceiling,
throughouttheroom,preventingareasofcoldandhotdeveloping.
Note on airflow rate setting
•Atsmallerairflowrates,thecooling(heating)effectisalsosmaller.
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Useful Functions
COMFORT AIRFLOW /
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
COMFORT AIRFLOW operation
TheairflowdirectionisupwardwhileinCOOLoperation,anddownwardwhileinHEAToperation.This
functionpreventscoldorwarmairfromblowingdirectlyontheoccupantsintheroom.
INTELLIGENT EYE operation
TheINTELLIGENTEYEsensordetectshumanmovementandadjuststherightandleftairflowdirection
toavoidblowingairdirectlyontheperson.Ifnooneisintheroomformorethan20minutes,theoperation
automaticallychangestoenergysavingoperation.TheINTELLIGENTEYEsensorworksdifferentlydependingonthesituation.
[Example]
В„ A person is detected in area 1.
Area 1
Area 2
В„ People are detected in both areas.
Area 1
В„ A person is detected in area 2.
Area 1
Area 2
В„ No people are detected in the areas.
Area 2
UsetheINTELLIGENTEYEoperationin
combinationwiththeCOMFORTAIRFLOW
operation.
Theairconditionerwillswitchtoenergy-saving
modeafter20minutes.
*Theairflowdirectionmaydifferfromtheillustrateddirectiondependingontheactionsand
movementsofthepeopleintheareas.
INTELLIGENT EYE operation is useful for energy saving
Energy saving operation
•Ifnopresencedetectedintheroomfor20 minutes,energysavingoperationstartsautomatically.
•Thisoperationchangesthetemperatureby–2°CinHEAT/+2°CinCOOL/+2°CinDRYoperationfromthesettemperature.
Whentheroomtemperatureexceeds30В°C,theoperationchangesthetemperatureby+1В°CinCOOL/+1В°CinDRYoperationfromthe
settemperature.
•ThisoperationdecreasestheairflowrateslightlyinFANoperationonly.
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Useful Functions
CAUTION
• DonotplacelargeobjectsneartheINTELLIGENTEYEsensor.Alsokeepheatingunitsandhumidifiers
outsidethesensor’sdetectionarea.Thissensorcandetectundesirableobjects.
• DonothitorviolentlypushtheINTELLIGENTEYEsensor.Thiscanleadtodamageandmalfunction.
To start operation
Press
and select the desired mode.
•Eachtime
ispressed,adifferentsettingoptionisdisplayedontheLCD.
•TheINTELLIGENTEYElamplightsgreen.
Display
•Byselecting“  ”fromthefollowingicons,theairconditionerwillswitchtoCOMFORT
AIRFLOWoperationcombinedwithINTELLIGENTEYEoperation.
COMFORT
AIRFLOW
INTELLIGENT
EYE
Combination
blank
No Setting
•Whentheflaps(horizontalblades)areswinging,selectinganyofthemodesabovewill
causetheflaps(horizontalblades)tostop.
•Thelamplightswhenhumanmovementisdetected.
COMFORT AIRFLOW / INTELLIGENT EYE operation settings
Display
•
Blank
Operationmode
Explanation
COMFORTAIRFLOW
Theflapsadjusttheairflowdirectionupwardwhilecooling,
anddownwardwhileheating. Page 15
INTELLIGENTEYE
Thesensordetectsthemovementofpeopleinthesensing
areasandthelouvresadjusttheairflowdirectiontoanarea
wherepeoplearenotpresent.Whentherearenopeoplein
thesensingareas,theairconditionerswitchestotheenergysavingmode. Page 15
COMFORTAIRFLOWand
INTELLIGENTEYE
TheairconditionerwillbeinCOMFORTAIRFLOWoperation
combinedwithINTELLIGENTEYEoperation.
Nofunction
в€’
To cancel operation
Press
until no icon is displayed.
•TheINTELLIGENTEYElampgoesoff.
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Useful Functions
COMFORT AIRFLOW /
INTELLIGENT EYE Operation
NOTE
Note on COMFORT AIRFLOW operation
•TheairflowratewillbesettoAUTO.Iftheupanddownairflowdirectionisselected,COMFORTAIRFLOWoperationwillbecancelled.
Notes on INTELLIGENT EYE operation
•Applicationrangeisasfollows.
7m
90В°
Horizontal
angle 110В°
(Top view)
55В° 55В°
7m
Vertical angle 90В°
(Side view)
•WhiletheairconditionerisinINTELLIGENTEYEoperation,thelouvresadjusttheairflowdirectioniftherearepeopleinthesensingareasof
theINTELLIGENTEYEsothattheleftwardorrightwardairflowwillnotbedirectedtothepeople.
Ifnopeoplearedetectedineitherarea1or2for20minutes,theairconditionerswitchestotheenergy-savingmodewiththesettemperature
shiftedby2В°C.
Theairconditionermayswitchtotheenergy-savingoperationeveniftherearepeopleintheareas.
Thismayoccurdependingontheclothesthepeoplearewearing,ifthereisnomovementofthepeopleintheareas.
•Theairflowdirectionfromthelouvreswillbeleftwardiftherearepeopleinbothareas1and2.Theairwillalsoflowleftifthereisapersonright
infrontofthesensorasthesensorjudgesthattherearepeopleinbothareas.
•Duetothepositionofthesensor,peoplemightbeexposedtotheairflowoftheindoorunitiftheyareclosetothefrontsideoftheindoorunit.
Iftherearepeopleclosetothefrontsideoftheindoorunitorinbothareas,itisrecommendedtousetheCOMFORTAIRFLOWand
INTELLIGENTEYEoperationssimultaneously.Usingbothmodestogether,theairconditionerwillnotdirecttheairflowtowardsthepeople.
•Thesensormaynotdetectmovingobjectsfurtherthan7maway.(Pleaseseetheapplicationrange.)
•Sensordetectionsensitivitychangesaccordingtotheindoorunitlocation,thespeedofpassers-by,temperaturerange,etc.
•Thesensorcouldalsomistakenlydetectpets,sunlight,flutteringcurtainsandlightreflectedoffofmirrorsaspassers-by.
•INTELLIGENTEYEoperationwillnotswitchonduringPOWERFULoperation.
•NIGHTSETmode Page 21 willnotswitchonduringuseofINTELLIGENTEYEoperation.
Notes on combining COMFORT AIRFLOW operation and INTELLIGENT EYE operation
•TheairflowratewillbesettoAUTO.Iftheupanddownairflowdirectionisselected,COMFORTAIRFLOWoperationwillbecanceled.
Priorityisgiventothefunctionofwhicheverbuttonispressedlast.
•WhentheINTELLIGENTEYEsensordetectsthemovementofpeople,itadjuststheairflowdirectionupward(whileinCOOLoperation)and
downward(whileinHEAToperation),byadjustingtheflaps.Whenthesensordetectspeople,thelouvreswilldirecttheairflowinsuchawaythat
itwillnotbeblowndirectlyonthem.Iftherearenopeople,theairconditionerwillswitchtoenergy-savingoperationafter20minutes.
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Useful Functions
POWERFUL Operation
POWERFUL operation quickly maximizes the cooling (heating) effect in any
operationmode.Inthismode,theairconditioneroperatesatmaximumcapacity.
To start POWERFUL operation
Press
during operation.
•“  ”isdisplayedontheLCD.
•POWERFULoperationendsin20 minutes.Thenthesystemautomaticallyoperatesagain
withtheprevioussettingswhichwereusedbeforePOWERFULoperation.
To cancel POWERFUL operation
Press
•“ again.
 ”disappearsfromtheLCD.
NOTE
Notes on POWERFUL operation
•Pressing
causesthesettingstobecancelled,and“  ”disappearsfromtheLCD.
•POWERFULoperationwillnotincreasethecapacityoftheairconditioneriftheairconditionerisalreadyinoperationwithitsmaximumcapacity
demonstrated.
в€’ In COOL, HEAT and AUTO operation
Tomaximizethecooling(heating)effect,thecapacityofoutdoorunitincreasesandtheairflowratebecomesfixedatthemaximumsetting.
Thetemperatureandairflowsettingscannotbechanged.
в€’ In DRY operation
Thetemperaturesettingisloweredby2.5В°Candtheairflowrateisslightlyincreased.
в€’ In FAN operation
Theairflowrateisfixedatthemaximumsetting.
Regarding the combination of POWERFUL and other operations
POWERFUL + COMFORT AIRFLOW
POWERFUL + ECONO
POWERFUL + OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
Notavailable*
*Priorityisgiventothefunctionofwhicheverbuttonispressedlast.
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Useful Functions
ECONO / OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
Operation
ECONO operationenablesefficientoperationbylimitingthemaximum power
consumption.
Thisfunctionisusefultopreventthecircuitbreakerfromtrippingwhentheunit
operatesalongsideotherappliancesonthesamecircuit.
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operationlowersthenoiseleveloftheoutdoorunitby
changingthefrequencyandfanspeedoftheoutdoorunit.Thisfunctionisconvenientduringthenight-timeoperation.
To start operation
Press
and select the desired mode.
•Eachtime
ECONO
ispressed,adifferentsettingoptionisdisplayedontheLCD.
OUTDOOR UNIT
QUIET
Combination
blank
No Setting
To cancel operation
Press
until no icon is displayed.
NOTE
Notes on ECONO operation
•Pressing
causesthesettingstobecancelled,and“  ”disappearsfromtheLCD.
•Ifthepowerconsumptionlevelisalreadylow,switchingtoECONOoperationwillnotreducethepowerconsumption.
Notes on OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation
•EveniftheoperationisstoppedbyusingtheremotecontrollerortheindoorunitON/OFFswitchwhenusingOUTDOORUNITQUIEToperation,
“  ”willremainlitontheremotecontrollerdisplay.
•OUTDOORUNITQUIEToperationwillnotreducethefrequencynorfanspeediftheyalreadyareoperatingatreducedlevels.
•Thisoperationisperformedwithlowerpowerandthereforemaynotprovideasufficientcooling(heating)effect.
Possible combinations of ECONO / OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET operation and basic operations
Operation mode
AUTO
DRY
COOL
HEAT
FAN
ECONO
OUTDOOR UNIT QUIET
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TIMER Operation
ON/OFF TIMER Operation
Timerfunctionsareusefulforautomaticallyswitchingtheairconditioneronoroff
atnightorinthemorning.YoucanalsousetheONTIMERandOFFTIMER
together.
To use ON TIMER operation
•Checkthattheclockiscorrect.
Ifnot,settheclocktothepresenttime.
1. Press
Page 10
.
“ “  ”isdisplayedontheLCD.
 ”blinks.
•“  ”anddayoftheweekdisappearfromtheLCD.
2. Press
until the time setting reaches the point
you like.
•Eachpressingofeitherbuttonincreasesordecreasesthetimesettingby10 minutes.
Holdingdowneitherbuttonchangesthesettingrapidly.
3. Press
again.
•“  ”andsettingtimearedisplayedontheLCD.
•TheTIMERlamplightsorange.
Display
To cancel ON TIMER operation
Press
.
•“  ”andsettingtimedisappearfromtheLCD.
•“  ”anddayoftheweekaredisplayedontheLCD.
•TheTIMERlampgoesoff.
NOTE
Notes on TIMER operation
•WhenTIMERisset,thepresenttimeisnotdisplayed.
•WhenoperatingtheunitviatheON/OFFTIMER,theactuallengthofoperationmayvaryfromthetimeenteredbytheuser.(Maximumabout
10В minutes)
In the following cases, set the timer again.
•Afterthecircuitbreakerhasturnedoff.
•Afterapowerfailure.
•Afterreplacingthebatteriesintheremotecontroller.
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TIMER Operation
ON/OFF TIMER Operation
To use OFF TIMER operation
•Checkthattheclockiscorrect.
Ifnot,settheclocktothepresenttime.
1. Press
Page 10
.
“ “  ”isdisplayedontheLCD.
 ”blinks.
•“  ”anddayoftheweekdisappearfromtheLCD.
2. Press
until the time setting reaches the point
you like.
•Eachpressingofeitherbuttonincreasesordecreasesthetimesettingby10 minutes.
Holdingdowneitherbuttonchangesthetimesettingrapidly.
3. Press
again.
•“  ”andsettingtimearedisplayedontheLCD.
•TheTIMERlamplightsorange.
Display
To cancel OFF TIMER operation
Press
.
•“  ”andsettingtimedisappearfromtheLCD.
•“  ”anddayoftheweekaredisplayedontheLCD.
•TheTIMERlampgoesoff.
To combine ON TIMER and OFF TIMER operation
•Asamplesettingforcombiningthe2 timersisshownbelow.
(Example)
Present time: 23:00 (The unit operating)
OFF TIMER at 0:00
Combined
ON TIMER at 14:00
NOTE
NIGHT SET mode
•WhentheOFFTIMERisset,theairconditionerautomaticallyadjuststhetemperaturesetting(0.5°CupinCOOL,2.0°CdowninHEAT)to
preventexcessivecooling(heating)duringsleepinghours.
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TIMER Operation
WEEKLY TIMER Operation
Upto4timersettingscanbesavedforeachdayoftheweek.ThisisconvenienttoadapttheWEEKLY
TIMERtoyourfamily’slifestyle.
Setting example of the WEEKLY TIMER
ThesametimersettingsareusedfromMondaythroughFriday,whiledifferenttimersettingsareusedfortheweekend.
[Monday]
Maketimersettingsforprogrammes1-4.
Page 23
Programme 1
Programme 2
Programme 3
Programme 4
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
8:30
17:30
25В°C
27В°C
6:00
ON
[Tuesday]
to
[Friday]
OFF
22:00
ON
OFF
UsethecopymodetomakesettingsforTuesdaytoFriday,becausethesesettingsarethesameas
thoseforMonday. Page 25
Programme 1
Programme 2
Programme 3
Programme 4
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
8:30
17:30
25В°C
27В°C
6:00
[Saturday]
[Sunday]
22:00
Notimersettings
Maketimersettingsforprogrammes1-4.
Page 23
Programme 1
Programme 2
Programme 3
Programme 4
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
25В°C
8:00
ON
27В°C
10:00
OFF
27В°C
19:00
OFF
21:00
ON
•Upto4 reservationsperdayand28 reservationsperweekcanbesetusingtheWEEKLYTIMER.Theeffectiveuseofthe
copymodesimplifiestimerprogramming.
•TheuseofON-ON-ON-ONsettings,forexample,makesitpossibletoscheduleoperatingmodeandsettemperature
changes.Furthermore,byusingOFF-OFF-OFF-OFFsettings,onlytheturnofftimeofeachdaycanbeset.Thiswillturnoff
theairconditionerautomaticallyifyouforgettoturnitoff.
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TIMER Operation
WEEKLY TIMER Operation
To use WEEKLY TIMER operation
Setting mode
•Makesurethedayoftheweekandtimeareset.
Ifnot,setthedayoftheweekandtime. Page 10
Programme 1 Programme 2 Programme 3
ON
[Monday]
OFF
Programme 4
ON
25В°C
OFF
27В°C
6:00
8:30
17:30
22:00
Setting Displays
Dayandnumber
1. Press
ON/OFF
Time
Temperature
.
•Thedayoftheweekandthereservationnumberofthecurrentdaywillbedisplayed.
•1 to4 settingscanbemadeperday.
2. Press
to select the desired day of the week
and reservation number.
•Pressing
3. Press
changesthereservationnumberandthedayoftheweek.
.
•Thedayoftheweekandreservationnumberwillbeset.
 ”and“  ”blink.
•“ 4. Press
•Pressing
to select the desired mode.
changesthe“  ”or“  ”settinginsequence.
blank
ON TIMER
OFF TIMER
No Setting
•Incasethereservationhasalreadybeenset,selecting“ blank ”deletesthereservation.
•ProceedtoSTEP 9if“ blank ”isselected.
•Toreturntothedayoftheweekandreservationnumbersetting,press
.
5. Press
.
•TheON/OFFTIMERmodewillbeset.
 ”andthetimeblink.
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TIMER Operation
6. Press
to select the desired time.
•Thetimecanbesetbetween0:00and23:50in10-minuteintervals.
•ToreturntotheON/OFFTIMERmodesetting,press
•ProceedtoSTEP 9whensettingtheOFFTIMER.
7. Press
.
.
•Thetimewillbeset.
•“  ”andthetemperatureblink.
8. Press
to select the desired temperature.
•Thetemperaturecanbesetbetween10°Cand32°C.
COOLorAUTO:Theunitoperatesat18В°Cevenifitissetto10to17В°C.
HEATorAUTO:Theunitoperatesat30В°Cevenifitissetto31to32В°C.
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•Toreturntothetimesetting,press
.
•Thesettemperatureisonlydisplayedwhenthemodesettingison.
9. Press
.
•Thetemperaturewillbesetandgotothenextreservationsetting.
•ThetemperatureissetwhileinONTIMERoperation,andthetimeissetwhileinOFF
TIMERoperation.
•Thenextreservationscreenwillappear.
•Tocontinuefurthersettings,repeattheprocedurefromSTEP 4.
10. Press
to complete the setting.
•Besuretodirecttheremotecontrollertowardtheindoorunitandcheckforareceiving
toneandblinkingoftheOPERATIONlamp.
•“  ”isdisplayedontheLCDandWEEKLYTIMERoperationisactivated.
•TheTIMERlamplightsorange.
Display
•Areservationmadeoncecanbeeasilycopiedandthesamesettingsusedforanother
dayoftheweek.Referto Copy mode . Page 25
NOTE
Notes on WEEKLY TIMER operation
•Donotforgettosettheclockontheremotecontrollerfirst. Page 10
•Thedayoftheweek,ON/OFFTIMERmode,timeandsettemperature(onlyforONTIMERmode)canbesetwiththeWEEKLYTIMER.
OthersettingsfortheONTIMERarebasedonthesettingsjustbeforetheoperation.
•WEEKLYTIMERandON/OFFTIMERoperationcannotbeusedatthesametime.TheON/OFFTIMERoperationhaspriorityifitissetwhile
WEEKLYTIMERisstillactive.TheWEEKLYTIMERwillenterthestandbystate,and“  ”willdisappearfromtheLCD.WhentheON/
OFFTIMERisup,theWEEKLYTIMERwillautomaticallybecomeactive.
•OnlythetimeandsettemperaturewiththeWEEKLYTIMERaresentwiththe
.SettheWEEKLYTIMERonlyaftersettingtheoperation
mode,theairflowrateandtheairflowdirectionaheadoftime.
•Turningoffthecircuitbreaker,powerfailure,andothersimilareventswillrenderoperationoftheindoorunit’sinternalclockinaccurate.Resettheclock. Page 10
•
canbeusedonlyforthetimeandtemperaturesettings.Itcannotbeusedtogobacktothereservationnumber.
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TIMER Operation
WEEKLY TIMER Operation
Copy mode
•Areservationmadeoncecanbecopiedtoanotherdayoftheweek.Thewholereservationof
theselecteddayoftheweekwillbecopied.
Programme 1 Programme 2 Programme 3
ON
[Monday]
OFF
25В°C
6:00
Programme 4
ON
OFF
27В°C
8:30
17:30
22:00
COPY
Programme 1 Programme 2 Programme 3
[Tuesday]
to
[Friday]
ON
OFF
25В°C
6:00
Programme 4
ON
OFF
27В°C
8:30
17:30
22:00
Setting Displays
Confirmation
1. Press
2. Press
3. Press
Copy
Paste
Normal
.
to confirm the day of the week to be copied.
.
•Thewholereservationoftheselecteddayoftheweekwillbecopied.
4. Press
5. Press
to select the destination day of the week.
.
•Thereservationwillbecopiedtotheselecteddayoftheweek.Thewholereservationof
theselecteddayoftheweekwillbecopied.
•Tocontinuecopyingthesettingstootherdaysoftheweek,repeatSTEP 4andSTEP 5.
6. Press
•“ to complete the setting.
 ”isdisplayedontheLCDandWEEKLYTIMERoperationisactivated.
NOTE
Note on COPY MODE
•Theentirereservationofthesourcedayoftheweekiscopiedinthecopymode.
Inthecaseofmakingareservationchangeforanydayoftheweekindividuallyaftercopyingthecontentofweeklyreservations,press
changethesettingsinthestepsof SettingВ mode . Page 23
and
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TIMER Operation
Confirming a reservation
•Thereservationcanbeconfirmed.
Setting Displays
Normal
1. Press
Confirmation
.
•Thedayoftheweekandthereservationnumberofthecurrentdaywillbedisplayed.
2. Press
to select the day of the week and the
reservation number to be confirmed.
•Pressing
displaysthereservationdetails.
•Tochangetheconfirmedreservedsettings,selectthereservationnumberandpress
Themodeisswitchedtosettingmode.Proceedto Setting mode STEP 4. Page 23
3. Press
.
to exit the confirmation mode.
•“  ”isdisplayedontheLCDandWEEKLYTIMERoperationisactivated.
•TheTIMERlamplightsorange.
Display
To deactivate WEEKLY TIMER operation
Press
LCD.
while “  ” is displayed on the
•“  ”disappearsfromtheLCD.
•TheTIMERlampgoesoff.
•ToreactivatetheWEEKLYTIMERoperation,press
•Ifareservationdeactivatedwith
willbeused.
again.
isactivatedonceagain,thelastreservationmode
NOTE
•Ifnotallthereservationsettingsarereflected,deactivatetheWEEKLYTIMERoperationonce.Thenpress
WEEKLYTIMERoperation.
againtoreactivatethe
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TIMER Operation
WEEKLY TIMER Operation
To delete reservations
An individual reservation
1. Press
.
•Thedayoftheweekandthereservationnumberwillbedisplayed.
2. Press
to select the day of the week and the
reservation number to be deleted.
3. Press
•“ .
 ”and“ 4. Press
•Pressing
 ”or“  ”blink.
until no icon is displayed.
changestheON/OFFTIMERmodeinsequence.
•Selecting“ blank ”willcancelanyreservationyoumayhave.
blank
ON TIMER
OFF TIMER
5. Press
No Setting
.
•Theselectedreservationwillbedeleted.
6. Press
.
•Iftherearestillotherreservations,WEEKLYTIMERoperationwillbeactivated.
Reservations for each day of the week
•Thisfunctioncanbeusedfordeletingreservationsforeachdayoftheweek.
•Itcanbeusedwhileconfirmingorsettingreservations.
1. Press
2. Hold
to select the day of the week to be deleted.
for about 5В seconds.
•Thereservationoftheselecteddayoftheweekwillbedeleted.
All reservations
Hold
for about 5В seconds with the normal display.
•Besuretodirecttheremotecontrollertowardtheindoorunitandcheckforareceivingtone.
•ThisoperationcannotbeusedfortheWEEKLYTIMERsettingdisplay.
•Allreservationswillbedeleted.
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Care
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
• Beforecleaning,besuretostoptheoperationandturnoffthecircuitbreaker.
• Donottouchthealuminumfinsoftheindoorunit.Ifyoutouchthoseparts,thismaycauseaninjury.
В„ Quick reference
Cleaning parts
Front panel
•Wipeitwithasoftdampcloth.
If dirty
Page 29
Air filter
•Vacuumdustorwashthefilter.
Once every 2 weeks
Page 30
Titanium apatite photocatalytic air-purifying filter
•Vacuumdustorreplacethefilter.
[Cleaning]
[Replacement]
Once every 6 months
• Wipethemwithasoftcloth.
Once every 3 years
Page 31
Indoor unit, Outdoor unit
and Remote controller
If dirty
Page 31
Notes on cleaning
For cleaning, do not use any of the following:
•Waterhotterthan40°C
•Volatileliquidsuchasbenzene,petrolandthinner
•Polishingcompounds
•Roughmaterialssuchasascrubbingbrush
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Care
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
• Whenremovingorattachingthefrontpanel,standonasolid,stablebaseandtakecarenottofall.
• Whenremovingorattachingthefrontpanel,supportthepanelsecurelywithyourhandtopreventitfromfalling.
В„ Front panel
1. Open the front panel.
•Holdthefrontpanelbythepaneltabsonthe2
sidesandopenit.
Panel tab
3. Clean the front panel.
•Wipeitwithasoftdampcloth.
•Onlyneutraldetergentmaybeused.
•Incaseofwashingthepanelwithwater,wipeitwith
adrysoftcloth,andletitdryintheshadeafter
washing.
4. Attach the front panel.
•Alignthefrontpanelshaftontheleftandrightofthe
frontpanelwiththegrooves,thenpushthemalltheway
in.
Front panel
shaft
Groove
2. Remove the front panel.
•Slidethefrontpaneltoeithertheleftorrightand
pullittowardyou.
Thiswilldisconnectthefrontpanelshaftononeside.
2) Pull
Front panel
shaft
1) Slide
5. Close the front panel slowly.
•Pressthefrontpanelatbothsidesandthecentre.
2) Pull
1) Slide
•Disconnectthefrontpanelshaftontheothersidein
thesamemanner.
•Makesurethatthefrontpanelissecurelyfixed.
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Care
В„ Air filter
1. Open the front panel.
Page 29
2. Pull out the air filters.
•Pushthefiltertabatthecentreofeachairfiltera
littleupwards,thenpullitdown.
If the dust does not come off easily
• Washtheairfilterswithneutraldetergentthinnedwith
lukewarmwater,thenletthemdryintheshade.
• Besuretoremovethetitaniumapatitephotocatalytic
air-purifyingfilter.Referto“Titanium apatite
photocatalytic air-purifying filter”onthenextpage.
1) Push
4. Set the filters as they were.
5. Close the front panel slowly.
Page 29
2) Pull down
3. Wash the air filters with
water or clean them with a
vacuum cleaner.
•Itisrecommendedtocleantheairfiltersevery
2В weeks.
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Care
Care and Cleaning
В„ Titanium apatite photocatalytic air-purifying filter
1. Open the front panel and
pull out the air filters.
Page 29,30
2. Take off the titanium apatite
photocatalytic air-purifying
filters.
[Replacement]
Remove the filter from the filter
frame and attach a new one.
•Donotthrowawaythefilterframe.Reusethefilter
framewhenreplacingthetitaniumapatite
photocatalyticair-purifyingfilter.
•Whenattachingthefilter,checkthatthefilteris
properlysetinthetabs.
•Holdtherecessedpartsoftheframeandunhook
the4В claws.
•Disposeoftheoldfilterasnon-flammablewaste.
Claw
4. Set the titanium apatite
photocatalytic air-purifying
filters as they were.
3. Clean or replace the
titanium apatite
photocatalytic air-purifying
filters.
[Cleaning]
3-1 Vacuum dust, and soak in lukewarm
water or water for about 10 to
15В minutes if very dirty.
•Donotremovethefilterfromtheframewhen
washingwithwater.
3-2 After washing, shake off remaining
water and let them dry in the shade.
5. Set the air filters as they
were.
Page 30
6. Close the front panel slowly.
Page 29
NOTE
•Operationwithdirtyfilters:
в€’cannotdeodorisetheair,
в€’cannotcleantheair,
в€’resultsinpoorheatingorcooling,
в€’maycauseodour.
•Disposeofoldfiltersasnon-flammablewaste.
•Toorderatitaniumapatitephotocatalyticair-purifyingfilter,contact
thedealerwhereyouboughttheairconditioner.
Item
Part No.
Titaniumapatitephotocatalytic
air-purifyingfilter(withoutframe)1В set
KAF970A46
•Donotwringoutthefiltertoremovewaterfromit.
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Care
В„ Prior to a long period of non-use
1. Operate the FAN mode for several hours on a fine day to dry
out the inside.
•Press
•Press
andselect“  ”.
andstarttheoperation.
2. After operation stops, turn off the circuit breaker for the room
air conditioner.
3. Take out the batteries from the remote controller.
В„ We recommend periodical maintenance
•Incertainoperatingconditions,theinsideoftheairconditionermaygetfoulafterseveralseasonsofuse,resultinginpoor
performance.Itisrecommendedtohaveperiodicalmaintenancebyaspecialistinadditiontoregularcleaningbytheuser.
•Forspecialistmaintenance,pleasecontactthedealerwhereyouboughttheairconditioner.
•Themaintenancecostmustbebornebytheuser.
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When the Need Arises
FAQ
Indoor unit
The flaps do not start swinging
immediately.
•Theairconditionerisadjustingthepositionoftheflaps.
Theflapswillstartmovingsoon.
The air conditioner stops generating
airflow during HEAT operation.
•Oncethesettemperatureisreached,theairflowrateis
reducedandoperationstoppedinordertoavoid
generatingacoolairflow.Operationwillresume
automaticallywhentheindoortemperaturefalls.
HEAT operation stops suddenly and
a flowing sound is heard.
•Theoutdoorunitisdefrosting.HEAToperationstarts
afterthefrostontheoutdoorunithasbeenremoved.
Thiscantakeabout4to12minutes.
Different sounds are heard.
В„ A sound like flowing water
• Thissoundisgeneratedbecausetherefrigerantin
theairconditionerisflowing.
• Thisisapumpingsoundofthewaterintheairconditioner
andcanbeheardwhenthewaterispumpedoutfromthe
airconditionerduringCOOLorDRYoperation.
• Therefrigerantflowsintheairconditionerevenif
theairconditionerisnotworkingwhentheindoor
unitsinotherroomsareinoperation.
В„ Blowing sound
• Thissoundisgeneratedwhentheflowofthe
refrigerantintheairconditionerisswitchedover.
В„ Ticking sound
• Thissoundisgeneratedwhenthecabinetand
frameoftheairconditionerslightlyexpandorshrink
asaresultoftemperaturechanges.
В„ Whistling sound
Operation does not start soon.
В„ When
was pressed soon after operation
was stopped.
В„ When the mode was reselected.
• Thisistoprotecttheairconditioner.
Youshouldwaitforabout3В minutes.
• Thissoundisgeneratedwhenrefrigerantflows
duringdefrostingoperation.
В„ Clicking sound during operation or idle time
• Thissoundisgeneratedwhentherefrigerantcontrol
valvesortheelectricalpartsoperate.
В„ Clopping sound
• T
hissoundisheardfromtheinsideoftheairconditionerwhen
theexhaustfanisactivatedwhiletheroomdoorsareclosed.
Openthewindoworturnofftheexhaustfan.
Outdoor unit
The outdoor unit emits water or steam.
В„ In HEAT operation
• Thefrostontheoutdoorunitmeltsintowaterorsteamwhentheair
conditionerisindefrostingoperation.
В„ In COOL or DRY operation
• Moistureintheaircondensesintowateronthecoolsurfaceoftheoutdoor
unitpipinganddrips.
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When the Need Arises
Troubleshooting
Beforemakinganinquiryorarequestforrepair,pleasecheckthefollowing.
Iftheproblempersists,consultyourdealer.
Not trouble
Check
Thesecasesarenottroubles.
Pleasecheckagainbeforerequesting
repairs.
The air conditioner does not operate
Case
OPERATION lamp is off.
OPERATION lamp is blinking.
Description / what to check
• Hasthecircuitbreakerbeentrippedorthefuseblown?
• Isthereapowerfailure?
• Arebatteriessetintheremotecontroller?
• Turnoffthepowerwiththecircuitbreakerandrestartoperationwiththeremotecontroller.
IftheOPERATIONlampisstillblinking,checktheerrorcodeandconsultyourdealer.
Page 37
The air conditioner suddenly stops operating
Case
Description / what to check
OPERATION lamp is on.
• Toprotectthesystem,theairconditionermaystopoperatingaftersuddenlargevoltage
fluctuations.Itautomaticallyresumesoperationinabout3minutes.
OPERATION lamp is blinking.
• Isthereanythingblockingtheairinletorairoutletoftheindoorunitoroutdoorunit?
Stopoperationandafterturningoffthecircuitbreaker,removetheobstruction.Thenrestart
operationwiththeremotecontroller.IftheOPERATIONlampisstillblinking,checktheerror
codeandconsultyourdealer. Page 37
The air conditioner does not stop operating
Case
The air conditioner continues
operating even after operation is
stopped.
Description / what to check
В„ Immediately after the air conditioner is stopped
• Theoutdoorunitfancontinuesrotatingforaboutanother1minutetoprotectthesystem.
В„ While the air conditioner is not in operation
• Whentheoutdoortemperatureishigh,theoutdoorunitfanmaystartrotatingtoprotect
thesystem.
The room does not cool down / warm up
Case
Description / what to check
Air does not come out.
В„ In HEATING operation
• Theairconditioneriswarmingup.Waitforabout1to4minutes.
• Duringdefrostingoperation,hotairdoesnotflowoutoftheindoorunit.
Air does not come out /
Air comes out.
В„ Is the airflow rate setting appropriate?
• Istheairflowratesettinglow,suchas“Indoorunitquiet”or“1”?Increasetheairflowrate
setting.
В„ Is the set temperature appropriate?
В„ Is the adjustment of the airflow direction appropriate?
• Isthereanyfurnituredirectlyunderorbesidetheindoorunit?
• IstheairconditionerinECONOoperationorOUTDOORUNITQUIEToperation?
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Air comes out.
• Aretheairfiltersdirty?
• Isthereanythingblockingtheairinletorairoutletoftheindoorunitoroutdoorunit?
• Isawindowordooropen?
• Isanexhaustfanturning?
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Mist comes out
Case
Mist comes out of the indoor unit.
Description / what to check
• ThishappenswhentheairintheroomiscooledintomistbythecoldairflowduringCOOL
orotheroperation.
Remote controller
Case
The unit does not receive signals
from the remote controller or has
a limited operating range.
LCD is faint, is not working, or the
display is erratic.
Other electric devices start
operating.
Description / what to check
• Thebatteriesmaybeexhausted.
ReplacebothbatterieswithnewdrybatteriesAAA.LR03(alkaline).
Fordetails,referto“Preparation Before Operation”. Page 9
• Signalcommunicationmaybedisabledifanelectronic-starter-typefluorescentlamp(such
asinverter-typelamps)isintheroom.Consultyourdealerifthatisthecase.
• Theremotecontrollermaynotfunctioncorrectlyifthetransmitterisexposedtodirect
sunlight.
• Thebatteriesmaybeexhausted.
ReplacebothbatterieswithnewdrybatteriesAAA.LR03(alkaline).
Fordetails,referto“Preparation Before Operation”. Page 9
• Iftheremotecontrolleractivatesotherelectricdevices,movethemawayorconsultyour
dealer.
Air has an odour
Case
The air conditioner gives off an
odour.
Description / what to check
• Theroomodourabsorbedintheunitisdischargedwiththeairflow.
Werecommendyoutohavetheindoorunitcleaned.Pleaseconsultyourdealer.
Others
Case
Description / what to check
The air conditioner suddenly
starts behaving strangely during
operation.
• Theairconditionermaymalfunctionduetolightningorradio.
Iftheairconditionermalfunctions,turnoffthepowerwiththecircuitbreakerandrestartthe
operationwiththeremotecontroller.
HEAT operation cannot be
selected, even though the unit is
heat pump model.
• Checkthatthejumper(J8)hasnotbeencut.Ifit
hasbeencut,contactyourdealer.
The ON/OFF TIMER does not
operate according to the settings.
• CheckiftheON/OFFTIMERandtheWEEKLYTIMERaresettothesametime.
ChangeordeactivatethesettingsintheWEEKLYTIMER. Page 22
Notes on the operating conditions
•Ifoperationcontinuesunderanyconditionsotherthanthoselistedinthetable,
в€’Asafetydevicemayactivatetostoptheoperation.
в€’DewmayformontheindoorunitanddripfromitwhenCOOLorDRY
operationisselected.
Mode
Jumper (J8)
Operating conditions
DRY
Outdoortemperature:–10-46°C
Indoortemperature:18-32В°C
Indoorhumidity:80%max.
COOL
Outdoortemperature:–10-46°C
Indoortemperature:18-32В°C
Indoorhumidity:80%max.
HEAT
Outdoortemperature:–15-24°C
Indoortemperature:10-30В°C
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В„ Call your dealer immediately
WARNING
When an abnormality (such as a burning smell) occurs, stop operation and turn off the circuit breaker.
• Continuedoperationinanabnormalconditionmayresultintroubles,electricshocksorfire.
• Consultthedealerwhereyouboughttheairconditioner.
Do not attempt to repair or modify the air conditioner by yourself.
• Incorrectworkmayresultinelectricshocksorfire.
• Consultthedealerwhereyouboughttheairconditioner.
If one of the following symptoms takes place, call your dealer immediately.
• The power cord is abnormally hot or damaged.
• An abnormal sound is heard during operation.
• The circuit breaker, a fuse, or the earth leakage circuit
breaker cuts off the operation frequently.
Turnoffthecircuitbreakerandcallyourdealer.
• A switch or a button often fails to work properly.
• There is a burning smell.
• Water leaks from the indoor unit.
В„ After a power failure
•Theairconditionerautomaticallyresumesoperationinabout3 minutes.Youshouldjustwaitforawhile.
В„ Lightning
•Ifthereisarisklightningcouldstrikeintheneighbourhood,stopoperationandturnoffthecircuitbreakertoprotectthe
system.
В„ Disposal requirements
•Dismantlingoftheunit,handlingoftherefrigerant,oilandotherparts,shouldbedoneinaccordancewiththerelevantlocal
andnationalregulations.
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В„ Fault diagnosis by remote controller
•Theremotecontrollercanreceiverelevanterrorcodesfromtheindoorunit.
1. When
is held down for about 5 seconds,
“
” blinks in the temperature display
section.
2. Press
repeatedly until a continuous beep
is produced.
•Thecodeindicationchangesasshownbelow,andnotifiesyouwithalongbeep.
SYSTEM
INDOOR
UNIT
OUTDOOR
UNIT
CODE
00
UA
U0
U2
U4
A1
A5
A6
C4
C9
EA
E1
E5
E6
E7
E8
F3
F6
H0
H6
H8
H9
J3
J6
L3
L4
L5
P4
MEANING
NORMAL
INDOOR-OUTDOORUNITCOMBINATIONFAULT
REFRIGERANTSHORTAGE
DROPVOLTAGEORMAINCIRCUITOVERVOLTAGE
FAILUREOFTRANSMISSION(BETWEENINDOORUNITANDOUTDOORUNIT)
INDOORPCBDEFECTIVENESS
HIGHPRESSURECONTROLORFREEZE-UPPROTECTOR
FANMOTORFAULT
FAULTYHEATEXCHANGERTEMPERATURESENSOR
FAULTYSUCTIONAIRTEMPERATURESENSOR
COOLING-HEATINGSWITCHINGERROR
CIRCUITBOARDFAULT
OLSTARTED
FAULTYCOMPRESSORSTARTUP
DCFANMOTORFAULT
OVERCURRENTINPUT
HIGHTEMPERATUREDISCHARGEPIPECONTROL
HIGHPRESSURECONTROL(INCOOLING)
SENSORFAULT
OPERATIONHALTDUETOFAULTYPOSITIONDETECTIONSENSOR
DCCURRENTSENSORFAULT
FAULTYSUCTIONAIRTEMPERATURESENSOR
FAULTYDISCHARGEPIPETEMPERATURESENSOR
FAULTYHEATEXCHANGERTEMPERATURESENSOR
ELECTRICALPARTSHEATFAULT
HIGHTEMPERATUREATINVERTERCIRCUITHEATSINK
OUTPUTOVERCURRENT
FAULTYINVERTERCIRCUITHEATSINKTEMPERATURESENSOR
NOTE
•Ashortbeepand2consecutivebeepsindicatenon-correspondingcodes.
•Tocancelthecodedisplay,hold
downforabout5seconds.Thecodedisplayalsoclearsifnobuttonispressedfor1minute.
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Quick Reference
The two-dimensional bar code is
a manufacturing code.
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