INSTALLATION MANUAL
• WFIN-26110 / WFOD-26111
• WFIN-35110 / WFOD-35111
• WFIN-50110 / WFOD-50111
• WFIN-70110 / WFOD-70111
1
2
5
8
13
14
15
16
1
2
1
3
2
5
4
1
5
2
2
1
3
4
4
5
3
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
3
1
2
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
3
2
3
4
5
ON / OFF
POWER SLEE
P
TIMER RUN
Emergency
button
Emergency
button
display PCB
front panel
ON/OFF
front panel
ON/OFF
4
DISPLAY
CLOCK
1
2
3
4
3D
14
13
12
11
HEALTHY
ON/OFF
FAN
5
6
7
ECO
SLEEP
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
SUPER
9
MODE
8
FAN
SPEED
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
AIR
SWING
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
HEALTHY
1
2
3
10
SWING
TIMER
ON
TIMER
ON/OFF
8
4
5
6
10
12
ANTI-MILDEW
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
DISPLAY
15
RESET
3
8
4
6
10
13
MODE
ECO
TIMER
FAN
SLEEP
DISPLAY
HEALTHY
1
2
7
5
12
10
SWING
SWING
16
9
7
13
TURBO
9
Feel Cool Dry Fan Heat
Timer
OFF
Timer
ON
C
h
Auto Low Mid High Sleep Swing
6
SLEEP
FAN
5
TIMER
SWING
8
MODE
FF
ON/O
1
4
10
3
2
SWING X SUPER SWING Y
AUTO
FEEL
HIGH
COOL
MID
LOW
DRY
FAN
SLEEP
HEAT
TIMER ON
TIMER OFF
1
MODE
3
8
ON/OFF
5
2
4
TIMER
FAN
SWING X
SUPER
SLEEP
10
5
SWING Y
6
HEALTHY
TIMER
or
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
or
or
C
OFF
AIR
SWING
hr
DELAY
ON
HEALTHY
TIMER
FAN
SPEED
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
OFF
ON
TIMER
or
ON
or TIMER or
AUTO or
or
or(FLASH)
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
QUIET or
or
Feel Cool Dry Fan Heat
Timer
OFF
Timer
ON
C
h
or
or
Auto Low Mid High Sleep Swing
C
h
or TURBO
or POWERFUL
or
ON
HEALTHY
or
SLEEP TIMER ON TMIER OFF
or EC
FEEL
AUTO
COOL
HIGH
DRY
MID
LOW
FAN
SWING
HEAT
SWING X SUPER SWING Y
6
FEEL
AUTO
COOL
HIGH
DRY
MID
LOW
FAN
SLEEP
HEAT
TIMER ON
TIMER OFF
+
+
+
FAN
SPEED
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
AIR
SWING
HEALTHY
Signal
receptor
CLOCK
DISPLA
Y
3D
HEALT
FAN
HY
ON/O
FF
TIME
R
SLEE
P
ECO
SWIN
G
SUPE
R
MOD
E
Remote controller holder
CLO
CK
DISP
LAY
3D
CLO
HEAL
THY
CK
DISP
LAY
3D
FAN
TIM
HEAL
THY
ON
/OF
F
ER
SW
ING
FAN
ON
/OF
F
ECO
SLE
EP
SUP
ER
TIM
MO
DE
SLE
EP
ER
SW
ING
ECO
SUP
ER
MO
7
DE
TIMER
FAN
SPEED
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
AIR
SWING
HEALTHY
TIMER
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
AIR
SWING
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
ON
HEALTHY
OFF
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
TIMER
AIR
SWING
ON/OFF
HEALTHY
8
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
SWING
SLEEP
ANTI-MILDEW
TIMER
ECO
HEALTHY
COOL
COOL
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
OFF
ON
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
ON/OFF
1
HEALTHY
1
TIMER
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
SWING
SLEEP
ANTI-MILDEW
ECO
2
HEALTHY
3
HEAT
HEAT
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
1
HEALTHY
TIMER
1
ON/OFF
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
SWING
SLEEP
ANTI-MILDEW
ECO
2
3
9
HEALTHY
ON
TIMER
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
ON
TIMER
C
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
OFF
ON
HEALTHY
C
h
ON
TIMER
ON/OFF
1
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
SWING
SLEEP
ANTI-MILDEW
2
ECO
3
POWER SLEEP
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
TIMER
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
HEALTHY
RUN
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
OFF
TIMER
OFF
TIMER
ON/OFF
1
POWER SLEEP
HEALTHY
TIMER
POWER SLEEP
10
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
SWING
SLEEP
TIMER
HEALTHY
ANTI-MILDEW
ECO
HEALTHY
RUN
HEALTHY
TIMER
TIMER
RUN
TIMER
FAN
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
FAN
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
OFF
ON
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
ON/OFF
HEALTHY
TIMER
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
ANTI-MILDEW
3
DRY
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
DRY
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
ON/OFF
HEALTHY
11
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
ANTI-MILDEW
TIMER
FEEL
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
FEEL
C
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
ON/OFF
1
HEALTHY
1
TIMER
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
SWING
SLEEP
ANTI-MILDEW
ECO
2
HEALTHY
3
AUTO QUIET
AUTOQUIET
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
ON/OFF
HEALTHY
POWER SLEEP
12
MODE
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
SWING
SLEEP
ANTI-MILDEW
TIMER
TIMER
RUN
ECO
HEALTHY
13
14
don't run
15
16
17
4
1
3
2
18
wrapped with vinyl type
Thermal insulation
Large pipe
Power cord
Power cord 1
(for heat-pump)
Defrost cable(for heat-pump)
19
Thermal insulation
tube
Small
pipe
Drain hose
(prepared by user)
5k
7k
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
9k
1/4
1/4
( 6)
( 6)
3/8
3/8
( 9.52) ( 9.52)
12k
15/18k
1/4
( 6)
1/2
( 12)
1/4
( 6)
1/2
( 12)
28/30k
3/8
3/8
( 9.52) ( 9.52)
5/8
5/8
( 15.88) ( 15.88)
3m
3m
3m
3m
4m
4m
4m
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
20g/m
20g/m
20g/m
20g/m
30g/m
30g/m
30g/m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
R22
R22
R22
R22
R22
R22
R22
7k
9k
12k
15/18k
22/24k
28/30k
1/4
1/4
1/4
( 6)
( 6)
( 6)
3/8
3/8
3/8
( 9.52) ( 9.52) ( 9.52)
1/4
( 6)
1/2
( 12)
3/8
3/8
( 9.52) ( 9.52)
5/8
5/8
( 15.88) ( 15.88)
3m
3m
3m
4m
4m
4m
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
20g/m
20g/m
20g/m
30g/m
30g/m
30g/m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
15/18k
22/24k
12k
9k
1/4
1/4
( 6)
( 6)
3/8
3/8
1/2
( 9.52) ( 9.52)
( 12)
3m
3m
3m
1/4
( 6)
1/2
( 12)
4m
15m
15m
15m
15m
20g/m
20g/m
30g/m
30g/m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
[N x m]
15 - 20
7-9
31 - 35
25 - 30
75 - 80
20
4m
15m
[N x m]
35 - 45
3/8
9.52)
5/8
( 15.88)
(
20g/m
R410A
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/2
( 12)
5/8
( 15.88)
22/24k
Front panel
Terminal (inside)
Cabinet
Indoor unit
Chassis
Access door
Terminal(inside)
Outdoor unit
21
5k
7k
9k
N
1.0mm2
AWG18
1.0mm2
AWG18
1.0mm2
AWG18
2
1.0mm22
2
2.5mm
4.0mm2
(1.5mm) 1.5mm
AWG14
AWG12
AWG18 AWG16
H05RN-F
(AWG16)
L
1.0mm2
AWG18
1.0mm2
AWG18
1.0mm2
AWG18
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
AWG18
(AWG16)
E
1.0mm2
AWG18
1.0mm2
AWG18
1.0mm2
AWG18
N
1.0mm2
1.0mm2
1.0mm2
L
1.0mm
1
1.0mm2
2
0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2
3
0.75mm
2
1.0mm
2
0.75mm
2
2.5mm2
1.5mm2
4.0mm2
AWG14 AWG12
AWG16 H05RN-F
1.0mm2
2
2.5mm2 4.0mm2
(1.5mm)2 1.5mm
AWG18 AWG16 AWG14 AWG12
H05RN-F
(AWG16)
1.0mm22
2
2
2
(1.5mm) 1.5mm 0.75mm 0.75mm
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
1.5mm
1.0mm2
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
1.5mm2
0.75mm
28/30k
22/24k
15/18k
2
1.0mm
1.0mm2
2
12k
2
0.75mm
2
2
0.75mm
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm2 0.75mm2
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2 0.75mm2
12k
9k
N
L
E
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
AWG18
(AWG16)
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
1.5mm2
AWG18 AWG16
(AWG16)
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
AWG18
(AWG16)
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
AWG18
(AWG16)
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
1.5mm2
AWG18 AWG16
(AWG16)
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
1.5mm2
AWG18 AWG16
(AWG16)
2
1.0mm 2
(1.5mm)
N
2
1.0mm
(1.5mm)2
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
L
1
22
24k
18/22k
2.5mm2
AWG14
2.5mm2
AWG14
2.5mm2
AWG14
2
1.0mm 2
(1.5mm)
1.5mm2
0.75mm2
1.5mm2
0.75mm2
1.5mm2
0.75mm2
2
0.75mm2
2
1.0mm
(1.5mm)2
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
1.5mm
Washer
Drain port
23
Drain hose
(prepare by user)
24
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................................1
NAMES OF PARTS .................................................................................................................4
INDOOR UNIT DISPLAY .........................................................................................................5
EMERGENCY FUNCTION & AUTO-RESTART FUNCTION ..............................................6
REMOTE CONTROLLER ........................................................................................................7
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................................................10
PROTECTION .........................................................................................................................15
INSTALLATION MANUAL....................................................................................................16
MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................................25
TROUBLESHOOTING ..........................................................................................................26
SAFETY RULES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
Do not install the appliance at a distance of
less than 50 cm from inflammable substances
(alcohol, etc.) Or from pressurised containers
(e.g. spray cans).
Read this guide before installing and using the
appliance.
During the installation of the indoor and outdoor units the access to the working area should
be forbidden to children.
Unforeseeable accidents could happen.
If the appliance is used in areas without the
possibility of ventilation, precautions must be
taken to prevent any leaks of refrigerant gas
from remaining in the environment and creating a danger of fire
Make sure that the base of the outdoor unit is
firmly fixed.
The packaging materials are recyclable and
should be disposed of in the separate waste
bins .Take the air conditioner at the end of its
useful life to a special waste collection centre
for disposal.
Check that air cannot enter the refrigerant system and check for refrigerant leaks when moving the air con ditioner.
Carry out a test cycle after installing the air conditioner and record the operating data.
Only use the air conditioner as instructed in
this booklet . These instructions are not intended to cover every possible condition and
situation . As with any electrical household
appliance , common sense and caution are
therefore always recommended for installation, operation and maintenance.
The ratings of the fuse installed in the built incontrol unit are T 5A / 250V .
The user must protect the indoor unit with a
fuse of suitable capacity for the maximum input current or with another overload protection
device.
The appliance must be installed in accordance
with applicable national regulations.
Ensure that the mains voltage corresponds to
that stamped on the rating plate . Keep the switch or power plug clean. Insert the power plug
correctly and firmly into the socket, thereby avoiding the risk of electric shock or fire due to
insufficient contact.
Before accessing the terminals , all the power
circuits must be disconnected from the power
supply.
The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
Check that the socket is suitable for the plug ,
otherwise have the socket changed.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall not play
with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children
without supervision.
The appliance must be fitted with means for
disconnection from the supply mains having
a contact separation in all poles that provide
full disconnection under overvoltage
category III conditions, and these means
must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in
accordance with the wiring rules.
The air conditioner must be installed by
professional or qualified persons.
1
SAFETY RULES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE USER
Never remain directly exposed to the flow of
cold air for a long time. The direct and prolonged exposition to cold air could be dangerous for your health .Particular care should be
taken in the rooms where there are children ,
old or sick people.
Do not try to install the conditioner alone;
always contact specialized technical personnel.
Cleaning and maintenance must be carried out
by specialised technical personnel. In any case
disconnect the appliance from the mains electricity supply before carrying out any cleaning
or maintenance.
If the appliance gives off smoke or there is a
smell of burning, immediately cut off the pow
er supply and contact the Service Centre.
Ensure that the mains voltage corresponds to
that stamped on the rating plate. Keep the switch or power plug clean. Insert the power plug
correctly and firmly into the socket , thereby
avoiding the risk of electric shock or fire due
to insufficient contact.
The prolonged use of the device in such
conditions could cause fire or electrocution.
Have repairs carried out only by an authorised Service Centre of the manufacturer . Incorrect repair could expose the user to the risk
of electric shock, etc.
Do not pull out the plug to switch off the appliance when it is in operation, since this could
create a spark and cause a fire, etc.
This appliance has been made for air conditioning domestic environments and must not be
used for any other purpose , such as for drying
clothes, cooling food, etc.
Unhook the automatic switch if you foresee
not to use the device for a long time.
The airflow direction must be properly adjusted.
The packaging materials are recyclable and
should be disposed of in the sparate waste
bins . Take the air conditioner at the end of its
useful life to a special waste collection centre
for disposal.
The flaps must be directed downwards in
the heating mode and upwards in the cooling
mode.
Only use the air conditioner as instructed in
this booklet.These instructions are not int ended to cover every possible condition and situation.As with any electrical household appliance, common sense and caution are therefore
always recommended for installation , operation and maintenance.
Always use the appliance with the air filter
mounted . The use of the conditioner without
air filter could cause an excessive accumulation
of dust or waste on the inner parts of the device
with possible subsequent failures.
The user is responsible for having the appliance
installed by a qualified technician , who must
check that it is earthed in accordance with current legislation and insert a thermomagnetic circuit breaker.
Ensure that the appliance is disconnected from
the power supply when it will remain inoperative for a long period and before carrying out
any cleaning or maintenance.
The batteries in remote controller must be
recycled or disposed of properly.
Disposal of Scrap Batteries --- Please discard the batteries as sorted municipal waste at
the accessible collection point.
Selecting the most suitable temperature can prevent damage to the appliance.
2
SAFETY RULES AND PROHIBITIONS
Do not bend , tug or compress the power cord
since this could damage it. Electrical shocks or
fire are probably due to a damaged power cord.
Specialised technical personnel only must replace a damaged power cord.
Do not climb onto or place any heavy or hot
objects on top of the appliance.
Do not use extensions or gang modules.
Do not direct the airflow onto plants or animals.
Do not leave windows or doors open for long
when the air conditioner is operating.
Do not touch the appliance when barefoot or
parts of the body are wet or damp.
A long direct exposition to the flow of cold
air of the conditioner could have negative
effects on plants and animals.
Do not obstruct the air inlet or outlet of the indoor or the outdoor unit.
The obstruction of these openings causes a reduction in the operative efficiency of the conditioner with possible consequent failures or
damages.
Do not put the conditioner in contact with
water.
The electrical insulation could be damaged
and thus causing electrocution.
Do not climb onto or place any objects on the
outdoor unit
In no way alter the characteristics of the appliance.
Never insert a stick or similar object into the
appliance. It could cause injury.
Do not install the appliance in environments
where the air could contain gas , oil or sulphur
or near sources of heat.
Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer,its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
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.
3
NAMES OF PARTS
INDOOR UNIT
No.
Description
1
Front panel
2
Air filter
3
Optional filter (if installed)
4
LED Display
5
Signal receiver
6
Terminal block cover
7
Ionizer generator(if installed)
8
Deflectors
9
Emergency button
10
Indoor unit rating label (Stick position optional)
INDOOR UNIT
2-3 4-5
1
10
6
9
10
11
8
7
CL
OC
K
DIS
PL
AY
3D
HE
AL
TH
FA
O
N
N
TI
11
Airflow direction louver
12
Remote controller
Description
13
Air outlet grille
14
Outdoor unit rating label
15
Terminal block cover
16
gas valve
17
liquid valve
Y
/O
FF
ER
SL
EE
P
EC
O
SW
IN
SU
PE
R
M
OUTDOOR UNIT
No.
M
O
DE
G
12
13
14
15
16
17
OUTDOOR UNIT
Note: the above figures are only intended to be a
simple diagram of the appliance and may not
correspond to the appearance of the units that
have been purchased.
4
INDOOR UNIT DISPLAY
1
3
2
5
4
1
5
2
2
1
3
4
4
5
3
4
3
2
1
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
3
1
No.
2
2
3
4
Led
Function
1
POWER
This symbol appears when the unit is power on
2
SLEEP
SLEEP mode
3
Temperature display (if present)
/Error code
(1) Lights up during Timer operation when
the air conditioner is operational
(2)Displays the malfunction code when fault
occurs.
4
TIMER
Lights up during Timer operation.
5
RUN
The symbol appears when the unit is turned
on, and disappear when the unit is turned off.
The shape and position of switches and indicators may be different according to the model, but their
function is the same.
5
EMERGENCY FUNCTION & AUTO-RESTART FUNCTION
AUTO-RESTART FUNCTION
The appliance is preset auto - restart function by
manufacturer. In case of a sudden power failure, the
module memorizes the setting conditions before the
power failure. when the power restores, the unit
restarts automatically with all the previous settings
preserved by the memory function.
ON / OFF
POWER SLE
EP
TIMER RUN
Emergency
button
To deactivate the AUTO-RESTART function ,proceed as follows:
1. Switch the air conditioner off and plug it off.
2. Press the emergency button meanwhile plug
it in.
3. Keep pressing the emergency button for more
than 10 seconds until you hear four short beeps
from the unit. The AUTO-RESTART function is
deactivate.
To activate the AUTO - RESTART function ,
follow the same procedure until you hear three
short beeps from the unit.
Emergency
button
EMERGENCY FUNCTION
display PCB
If the remote controller fails to work or maintenance
necessary, proceed as follows:
front panel
Open and lift the front panel up to an angleto reach the
emergency button.
ON/OFF
1. One press of the emergency button(one beep) will
lead to the forced COOLING operation
Emergency
button
2. Two press of the emergency button within 3 sec
(two beeps) will lead to the forced HEATING
operation.
front panel
ON/OFF
3. To switch off the unit , you just need to press the
button again ( a single long beep) .
1033A
4. After 30 minutes in forced operation , the air
conditioner will automatically start working in 23
cooling mode, auto fan speed.
* The FEEL function is described in page 13.
The emergency button in some models could be on
the right part of the unit under the front panel.
The shape and position of the emergency button
may be different according to the model, but their
function is the same.
Remark: the external static pressure of heat pumps is 0 Pa for all models.
6
REMOTE CONTROLLER
No.
Button
Function
1
(TEMP UP) Press it to increase temperature / time setting.
2
(TEMP DN) Press it to decrease temperature/ time setting.
3
4
ON/OFF
FAN
Press it to start or stop operation.
To select the fan speed of auto/low/mid/high
5
TIMER
Press it to set auto-off timer.
6
SLEEP
To activate the function
7
8
9
10
11
ECO
MODE
CLOCK
1
2
3
4
3D
14
13
12
11
HEALTHY
ON/OFF
FAN
5
10
SWING
TIMER
6
7
ECO
SLEEP
SUPER
9
MODE
8
SLEEP
In cooling mode,press this button ,the temperature
will increase 2 on the base of setting temperature
In heating mode, press this button, the temperature
will decrease 2 on the base of setting temperature
To select the mode of operation
Press this button to activate / deactivate the Super
function which enables the unit to reach the preset
temperature in the shortest time.
SUPER or TURBO In COOL mode, the unit will give the maximum
cooling temperature with 16 ,high fan speed.
In HEAT ode, the unit will give the maximum heating
SWING
DISPLAY
CLOCK
temperature with 31 ,high fan speed.
To activate or deactivate of the movement of the
deflectors.
When you press this button,the time will be flickering;then through" "and " ",you can adjust
the time(one time you press,one minute you adjust;and if you continue to press,the time change
rapidly ), after adjusting to your required time,
please press this button again to fix the time.
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
AIR
SWING
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
HEALTHY
1
2
3
FAN
SPEED
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
ON
TIMER
ON/OFF
8
4
5
6
10
12
MODE
TIMER
ANTI-MILDEW
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
DISPLAY
RESET
3
8
4
6
10
13
MODE
ECO
TIMER
FAN
SLEEP
DISPLAY
HEALTHY
15
1
2
7
5
12
10
SWING
SWING
16
9
7
13
TURBO
9
Feel Cool Dry Fan Heat
12
13
DISPLAY
To switch on/off the LED display
HEALTHY
To switch - on /off HEALTHY funtion.It is a button
which controls the ionizer or plasma generator only
for inverter models.
14
3D
15
RESET
When you press "3D", the horizontal and vertical
vanes will swing together at the same time.
C
Timer
OFF
Timer
ON
h
Auto Low Mid High Sleep Swing
6
SLEEP
FAN
5
TIMER
SWING
8
MODE
FF
ON/O
1
4
10
3
2
To restart REMOTE CONTROLLER
SWING X SUPER SWING Y
16 ANTI-MILDEW To activate the function ANTI-MILDEW
FEEL
AUTO
COOL
HIGH
MID
LOW
DRY
FAN
SLEEP
HEAT
The outlooking and some function of remote control may vary according
to the model.
The shape and position of buttons and indicators may vary according to
the model, but their function is the same.
The unit confirms the correct reception of each press button with a beep.
7
TIMER ON
TIMER OFF
1
MODE
3
8
ON/OFF
2
4
TIMER
FAN
SWING X
SUPER
SLEEP
10
5
SWING Y
6
REMOTE CONTROLLER
Remote controller DISPLAY
Meaning of symbols on the liquid crystal display
No.
Meaning
Symbols
2
COOLING indicator
3
DEHUMIDIFYING indicator
FAN ONLY OPERATION indicator
4
HEATING indicator
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
or
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
FAN
SPEED
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
AIR
SWING
hr
DELAY
ON
HEALTHY
OFF
ON
TIMER
SIGNAL RECEPTION indicator
or
6
TIMER
FEEL mode indicator
or
1
HEALTHY
OFF
or
TIMER
TIMER OFF indicator
ON
TIMER ON indicator
or TIMER or
AUTO or
or
or (FLASH) AUTO FAN indicator
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
QUIET or
or
14
LOW FAN SPEED indicator
MIDDLE FAN SPEED indicator
HIGH FAN SPEED indicator
SLEEP indicator
Feel Cool Dry Fan Heat
C
COMFORTABLE SLEEP indicator (optional)
15
Timer
OFF
Timer
ON
h
I FEEL indicator(optional)
Auto Low Mid High Sleep Swing
or
16
or
19
20
C
FLAP and Deflectors SWING indicator
17
18
FLAP SWING indicator
or TURBO
or POWERFUL
or
ON
HEALTHY
or
or EC
h
SUPER indicator
HEALTHY indicator
SLEEP TIMER ON TMIER OFF
ECO indicator
FEEL
AUTO
COOL
HIGH
DRY
MID
LOW
FAN
SWING
HEAT
21
ANTI-MILDEW indicator
22
BATTERY indicator
23
SWING X SUPER SWING Y
CLOCK indicator
FEEL
AUTO
COOL
HIGH
DRY
MID
LOW
FAN
SLEEP
HEAT
TIMER ON
8
TIMER OFF
REMOTE CONTROLLER
Replacement of Batteries
Remove the battery cover plate from the rear of the remote controller,
by sliding it in the direction of the arrow.
Install the batteries according the direction (+and -)shown on the Remote
Controller.
Reinstall the battery cover by sliding it into place.
+
Use 2 LRO 3 AAA (1.5V) batteries . Do not use rechargeable
batteries . Replace the old batteries with new ones of the same
type when the display is no longer legible.
Do not dispose batteries as unsorted municipal waste. Collection
of such waste separately for special treatment is necessary.
Refer to picture 1:
i. When you open the battery cover, you can see a DIP switch on
the cover back.l
DIP switch on position
C
F
Cool
Heat
+
Function
The remote controller is adjusted in degree celsius
The remote controller is adjusted in degree fahrenheit.
The remote controller is adjusted in only cooling mode
The remote controller is adjusted in cooling and heating mode
Ii. NOTE:After adjusting the function, you need to take
out the batteries and repeat the procedure described above.
Refer to picture 2:
When you insert the batteries for the first time in the remote
controller or if you change them, you need to program the remote
controller of only cooling or cooling and heating.
When you insert the batteries, the symbols
( COOL ) and
( HEAT ) start fashing. If you push whatever button when
the symbol ( COOL ) is displayed, the remote controller is
adjusted in only cooling mode . If you push whatever button when
the symbol ( HEAT ) is displayed , the remote controller is
adjusted in Cooling and heating mode.
NOTE:if you adjust the remote controller in cooling mode,
it will not be possible to activate the heating function in units with
heating pump . you need to take out the batteries and repeat the
procedure described above.
1. Direct the remote controller toward the Air conditioner.
2. Check that there are no objects between the remote control
and the Signal receptor in the indoor unit.
3. Never leave the remote controller exposed to the rays of the sun.
4. Keep the remote controller at a distance of at least 1m from the
television or other electrical appliances.
+
FAN
SPEED
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
AIR
SWING
HEALTHY
CK
DISP
LAY
3D
HEA
LTH
FA
Y
ON
N
/OF
F
TIM
ER
SL
EE
P
EC
O
SW
ING
SU
PE
R
MO
DE
Recommendations for locating and using the remote controller holder (if present)
The remote controller be kept in a wall-mounted holder
Remote controller holder
CL
OC
K
DIS
PL
AY
3D
HE
CL
AL
OC
TH
Y
K
DIS
PL
AY
3D
FA
N
TIM
SW
IN
EC
SL
EE
P
HE
ON
/OFF
ER
G
FA
N
AL
PE
TIM
R
ER
SW
IN
EC
MOD
E
SL
EE
P
G
O
SU
PE
MOD
9
TH
Y
ON
/OFF
O
SU
AIR
SWING
HEALTHY
TIMER
Signal
receptor
CLO
FAN
SPEED
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
E
R
TIMER
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The air sucked by the fan enters from the grill and
passes through the filter, then it is cooled/dehumidified
or heated through the heat exchanger.
Filter
Heat
Exchanger
The direction of the air outlet is motorized up and down
by flaps, and manually moved right and left by the vertical
deflectors, for some models, the vertical deflectors could be
controlled by motor as well.
Fan
“SWING” CONTROL OF THE AIR FLOW
The air outlet flow is uniformly distributed in the room.
It is possible to position the direction
of the air in the optimal.
The key SWING or SWING activates the FLAP ,
the air flow is directed alternatively from
up to down .In order to guarantee an even
diffusion of the air in the room.
The key SWING activates the motorized deflectors ,
the air flow is directed alternatively from left to right.
(Optional function, depends on the models)
In cooling mode , orient the flaps in horizontal
direction;
In heating mode, orient the flaps downward as
the warm air tends to rise.
The deflectors are positioned manually and placed under the flaps .They allow to direct the air flow rightward or leftward.
SWING
This adjustment must be done while the appliance
is switched off.
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
AIR
SWING
HEALTHY
TIMER
ON/OFF
MODE
MODE
ECO
TIMER
FAN
SLEEP
DISPLAY
TIMER ANTI-MILDEW
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
SWING
HEALTHY
Never position Flaps manually, the delicate mechanism might seriously damaged!
Never poke fingers, sticks or other objects in the air
inlet or outlet vents. Such accidental contact with live
pants might cause unforeseeable damage or hurt.
flap
movement
10
Deflectors
flaps
SWING
TURBO
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COOLING MODE
COOL
COOL
The cooling function allows the air conditioner to cool the room and at the same time
reduces Air humidity.
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
To activate the cooling function ( COOL ) , press the
MODE button until the symbol
( COOL )
appears on the display.
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
OFF
ON
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
ON/OFF
1
The cooling function is activated by setting the button
or
at a temperature lower than that of the room.
HEALTHY
1
TIMER
To optimize the function of the Air conditioner, adjust
the temperature (1) , the speed (2) and the direction
of the air flow (3) by pressing the button indicated.
MODE
TIMER ANTI-MILDEW
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
2
3
HEAT
HEATING MODE
HEAT
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
The heating function allows the air conditioner to heat the room.
To activate the heating function ( HEAT ) , press the
MODE button until the symbol
( HEAT )
appears on the display.
With the button or
set a temperature higher than
that of the room..
To optimize the function of the Air conditioner adjust
the temperature ( 1 ), the speed ( 2 ) and the direction
of the air flow ( 3 ) by pressing the button indicated
If the appliance is fitted with a electrical heater,
which delays appliance to startup in a few seconds
to ensure an immediate output of hot air (Optional ,
depends on the model).
In HEATING operation, the appliance can automatically
activate a defrost cycle, which is essential to clean the
frost on the condenser so as to recover its heat exchange
function.This procedure usually lasts for 2-10 minutes
during defrosting,indoor unit fan stop operation.
After defrosting ,it resumes to HEATING mode
automatically.
11
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
1
HEALTHY
TIMER
1
ON/OFF
MODE
TIMER ANTI-MILDEW
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
2
3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
ON
TIMER MODE----TIMER ON
ON
TIMER
To set the time of the air conditioner
TIMER
To program the automatical switching-on time, the
appliance should be power off.
Press TIMER at the fist time , set the temperature with
pressing the button
or ;
Press TIMER at the second time , set the rest time with
pressing the button
or ;
Press TIMER at the third time, confirm the setting, then
the rest time to next automatical switching-on could be
read on the display.
NOTE !
Before proceeding with the time: program the working
mode with the button MODE (2) and the fan speed
with the button FAN (3) . Switch the conditioner
off (with the key ON/OFF ).
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
ON
OFF
TIMER
ON/OFF
1
MODE
TIMER ANTI-MILDEW
2
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
3
POWER SLEEP
TIMER
RUN
Indoor display
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
To set the automatic switching-off of
the air conditioner
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
Note:To cancel the setted function ,press the TIMER
button again.
Note:In case of power off,it is necessary to set TIMER
ON again
TIMER MODE----TIMER OFF
hr
DELAY
.
OFF
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
.
ON
hr
DELAY
OFF
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
The timed stop is programmed by pressing TIMER ,
Set the rest time by pressing the button
or ,until the rest
time displayed is to your demand then press TIMER again.
OFF
TIMER
ON/OFF
1
MODE
Note:To cancel the setted function, press the TIMER
button again.
Note:In case of power off,it is necessary to set TIMER
OFF again
TIMER ANTI-MILDEW
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
POWER SLEEP
TIMER
RUN
Indoor display
HEALTHY
Note: The TIMER function can be set at
half-hour intervals.
TIMER
HEALTHY
POWER SLEEP
Indoor display
12
HEALTHY
TIMER
TIMER
RUN
TIMER
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
FAN MODE
FAN
FAN
The conditioner works in only
ventilation.
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
To set the FAN mode , Press MODE untill
( FAN ) appears in the display.
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
OFF
ON
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
Whith pressing FAN button the speed changes
in the following sequence: LOW/ MEDIUM/HIGH
/AUTO in FAN mode.
The remote control also stores the speed that was set
in the previous mode of operation.
In FEEL mode (automatic) the air conditioner automatically chooses the fan speed and the mode of
operation (COOLING or HEATING).
ON/OFF
HEALTHY
MODE
TIMER
TIMER ANTI-MILDEW
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
3
DRY MODE
DRY
This function reduces the humidity of the air to make the room
DRY
more comfortable.
To set the DRY mode , Press MODE untill
( DRY ) appears in the display . An automatic
function of alternating cooling cycles and air fan
is activated.
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
hr
DELAY
ON
OFF
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
ON/OFF
MODE
HEALTHY
13
TIMER ANTI-MILDEW
TIMER
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
I FEEL MODE
FEEL
Automatic mode.
I FEEL
To activate the I FEEL (automatic) mode of operation,
press the MODE button on the remote controller until
the symbol ( I FELL ) appears on the display.
In I FEEL mode the fan speed and the temperature
are set automatically according to the room temperature
(tested by the temperature sensor which is incorporated
in the indoor unit).
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
ON
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
.
OFF
hr
DELAY
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
ON/OFF
1
HEALTHY
1
TIMER
MODE
TIMER ANTI-MILDEW
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
2
Ambient temp
Operation mode
HEATING ( FOR HEAT PUMP TYPE)
20
FAN (FOR COOL ONLY TYPE)
20 ~26
26
DRY
COOL
Auto temp.
3
23
18
23
To optimize the function of the air conditioner, adjust
the temperature(only 2 )(1), the speed (2) and the
direction of the air flow (3) by pressing the buttons
indicated
SLEEP MODE
AUTOQUIET
AUTO QUIET
To activate the SLEEP mode of operation, press the
SLEEP button on the remote controller until the symbol (AUTOQUIET ) appears on the display.
The function SLEEP automatically adjusts the
temperature to make the room more comfortable
during the night . In cooling or dry mode , the set
temperature will automatically raise by1
every
60 minutes, to achieve a total rise of 2
during the
first 2 hours of operation.
In heating mode the set temperature is gradually
decreased by 2
during the first 2 hours of operation.
After 10 hours running in sleep mode the air conditioner is swicthed off automatically.
FEEL
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
C
AUTOQUIET
POWERFUL
.
ON
OFF
hr
DELAY
FAN
SPEED
AIR
SWING
C
h
ON
HEALTHY TIMER
ON/OFF
MODE
HEALTHY
FAN SPEED
SUPER
ECO
SWING
SLEEP
HEALTHY
POWER SLEEP
Indoor display
14
TIMER ANTI-MILDEW
TIMER
TIMER
RUN
PROTECTION
The air conditioner is programmed for comfortable and suitable living conditions, if it is used in abnormal
conditioner as below, certain safety protection features might come into effect.
For T1 Climate condition models:
No.
MODE
Ambient temperature
Outdoor temperature is over 24
1
Heating
Outdoor temperature is below -7
Room temperature is over 27
2
3
Outdoor temperature is over 43
Cooling
Dry
Room temperature is below 21
Room temperature is below 18 C
For Tropical (T3) Climate condition models:
No.
MODE
Ambient temperature
Outdoor temperature is over 24
1
Heating
Outdoor temperature is below -7
Room temperature is over 27
2
Outdoor temperature is over 52
Cooling
Room temperature is below 21
3
Dry
Room temperature is below 18 C
The unit does not operate immediately if it is turned on after being turned off or after changing the
mode during operation. this is a normal self-protection action, you need wait for about 3 minutes.
15
INSTALLATION MANUAL---Selecting the Installation Place
Install the indoor unit on a strong wall that is not subject
to vibrations.
The in let and outlet ports should not be obstructed:the
air should be able to blow all over the room.
Do not install the unit near a source of heat , steam,or
flammable gas.
Install the unit near an electric socket or private circuit.
Do not install the unit where it will be exposed to
direct sunlight.
Mounting plate
150
150
condensed water drain pipe
Sleeve
insulating covering
Select a site where the condensed water can be easily drained
out, and where it is easily connected to outdoor unit.
electrical cable
Check the machine operation regularly and reserve the
necessary spaces as shown in the picture.
water drain pipe
Select a place where the filter can be easily taken out.
Do not install the outdoor unit near sources of heat,
steam or flammable gas.
Do not install the unit in too windy or dusty places.
Do not install the unit where people often pass.Select
a place where the air discharge and operating sound
will not disturb the neighbours.
Avoid installing the unit where it will be exposed
to direct sunlight ( other wise use a protection , if
necessary, that should not interfere with the air flow).
Reserve the spaces as shown in the picture for the air to
300
circulate freely.
Install the outdoor unit in a safe and solid place.
If the outdoor unit is subject to vibration, place rubber
gaskets onto the feet of the unit..
minimum space to be reserved (mm) showing
in the picture
500
OUTDOOR UNIT
300
200
0
Installation Diagram
Outdoor unit
500
Indoor unit
Height should
be less than 5m
Should be less
than 15m
Height should
be less than 5m
Should be less
than 15m
Indoor unit
150
INDOOR UNIT
Outdoor unit
The purchaser must ensure that the person and/or company who is to install, maintain or repair this air
conditioner has qualifications and experience in refrigerant products.
16
INSTALLATION MANUAL---Installation of the Indoor unit
Before starting installation, decide on the position of the
indoor and outdoor units, taking into account the minimum space reserved around the units
Do not install your air conditioner in a
wet room such as a bathroom or laundry etc
The installation site should be 250cm or more
above the floor.
To install, proceed as follows:
50
Installation of the mounting plate
1 Always mount the rear panel horizontally and vertically
2. Drill 32 mm deep holes in the wall to fix the
plate;
3. Insert the plastic anchors into the hole;
4 .Fix the rear panel on the wall with provided tapping screws
5.Be sure that the rear panel has been fixed firmly enough
to withstand the weight
Note : The shape of the mounting plate may be different
from the one above, but installation method is similar .
Drilling a hole in the wall for the piping
1. Make the piping hole ( 55) in the wall at a slight
downward slant to the outdoor side.
2. Insert the piping-hole sleeve into the hole to prevent the
connection piping and wiring from being damaged when
passing through the hole.
The hole must slope downwards towards the exterior
Indoors
Outdoors
5mm
Note : Keep the drain pipe down towards the direction
of the wall hole, otherwise leakage may occur.
Electrical connections---Indoor unit
1. Open the front panel.
2. Take off the cover as indicated in the piciure ( by
removing a screw or breaking the hooks).
3. For the electrical connections, see the circuit diagram
on the right part of the unit under the front panel.
4. Connect the cable wires to the screw terminals by
following the numbering ,Use wire size suitable to
the electric power input (see name plate on the unit)
and according to all current national safety code
requirements.
The cable connecting the outdoor and indoor units
must be suitable for outdoor use.
The plug must be accessible also after the appliance
has been installed so that it can be pulled out if necessary.
An efficient earth connection must be ensured.
If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by
an authorised Service Centre.
Note:Optional the wires can been connected to the main
PCB of indoor unit by manufacturer according to the
model without terminal block.
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Front panel
wiring diagram
Terminal block cover
INSTALLATION MANUAL---Installation of the Indoor unit
Refrigerant piping connection
1
The piping can be run in the 3 directions indicated by
numbers in the picture . When the piping is run in
direction 1or3, cut a notch along the groove on the side
of the indoor unit with a cutter.
Run the piping in the direction of the wall hole and bind
the copper pipes , the drain pipe and the power cables
together with the tape with the drain pipe at the bottom,
so that water can flow freely.
Do not remove the cap from the pipe until connecting
it, to avoid dampness or dirt from entering.
If the pipe is bent or pulled too often , it will become
stiff . Do not bend the pipe more than three times at
one point.
When extending the rolled pipe, straighten the pipe by
unwinding it gently as shown in the picture.
2
3
Shape the connection pipe
YES
NO
Extending the rolled pipe
Connections to the indoor unit
1. Remove the indoor unit pipe cap (check that there is
no debris inside).
2. Insert the fare nut and create a flange at the extreme
end of the connection pipe.
3. Tighten the connections by using two wrenches
working in opposite directions
torque wrench
Indoor unit condensed water drainage
The indoor unit condensed water drainage is fundamental for the success of the installation.
1. Place the drain hose below the piping, taking care not
to create siphons.
2. The drain hose must slant downwards to aid drainage.
3. Do not bend the drain hose or leave it protruding or
twisted and do not put the end of it in water . If an
extension is connected to the drain hose , ensure that
it is lagged when it passes into the indoor unit.
4. If the piping is installed to the right, the pipes, power
cable and drain hose must be lagged and secured onto
the rear of the unit with a pipe connection.
1) Insert the pipe connection into the relative slot.
2) Press to join the pipe connection to the base.
YES
NO
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NO
INSTALLATION MANUAL---Installation of the Indoor unit
INSTALLATION OF THE INDOOR UNIT
After having connected the pipe according to the instructions, install the connection cables. Now install the drain
pipe. After connection,lag the pipe, cables and drain pipe
with the insulating material.
1. Arrange the pipes ,cables and drain hose well.
2. Lag the pipe joints with insulating material , securing
it with vinyl tape.
3. Run the bound pipe , Cables and drain pipe through
the wall hole and mount the indoor unit onto the upper
part of the mounting plate securely.
4. Press and push the lower part of the indoor unit tightly
against the mounting plate
Covered by vinyl tape
refrigerant
pipe
insulation
sleeve
connection
cable
refrigerant
pipe
connection
cable 1
(for heat-pump)
Probe
cable(for heat-pump)
Condensed water
drain pipe
mounting plate
INSTALLATION MANUAL---Installation of the outdoor unit
The outdoor unit should be installed on a solid wall
and fastened securely.
The following procedure must be observed before connecting the pipes and connecting cables : decide
which is the best position on the wall and leave enough
space to be able to carry out maintenance easily.
Fasten the support to the wall using screw anchors
which are particularly suited to the type of wall;
Use a larger quantity of screw anchors than normally
required for the weight they have to bear to aviod
vibration during operation and remain fastened in the
same position for years without the screws becoming
loose.
The unit must be installed following the national
regulations.
Outdoor unit condensed water drainage
(only for heat pump models)
The condensed water and the ice formed in the outdoor
unit during heating operation can be drained away through the drain pipe
1. Fasten the drain port in the 25mm hole placed in the
part of the unit as shown in the picture.
2. Connect the drain port and the drain pipe.
Pay attention that water is drained in a suitable place.
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drain port
drain pipe
INSTALLATION MANUAL---Installation of the outdoor unit
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
wiring diagram on the
back of the cover
1. Remove the handle on the right side plate of outdoor unit.
2. Connect the power connection cord to the terminal board.
Wiring should fit that of indoor unit.
3. Fix the power connection cord with wire clamp.
4. Confirm if the wire has been fixed properly.
5. An efficient earth connection must be ensured.
6. Recover the handle.
screw
remove
the right
side plate
outdoor unit
connection pipes
CONNECTING THE PIPES
Screw the flare nuts to the outdoor unit coupling with
the same tightening procedures described for the indoor
unit.
To avoid leakage, pay attention to the following points:
1. Tighten the flare nuts using two wrenches. Pay attention not to damage the pipes.
2. If the tightening torque is not sufficient , there will
probably be some leakage. With excessive tightening
torque there will also be some leakage, as the flange
could be damaged.
3. The surest system consists in tightening the connection by using a fix wrench and a torque wrench:in this
case use the table on page 22.
flare nuts
liquid tap
gas tap
indoor unit
gas valve
liquid valve
tap
service port nut
protection caps
BLEEDING
Air and humidity left inside the refrigerant circuit can
cause compressor malfunction. After having connected
the indoor and outdoor units, bleed the air and humidity
from the refrigerant circuit by using a vacuum pump.
service port
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vacuum pump
INSTALLATION MANUAL---Installation of the outdoor unit
BLEEDING
The air and humidity left inside the refrigerant circulation can cause compressor malfunction. After having connected the indoor and outdoor units, bleed the air and
humidity from the refrigerant circulation using a vacuum pump.
(1) Unscrew and remove the caps from the 2 - way and
3-way valves.
(2) Unscrew and remove the cap from the service port.
(3) Connect the vacuum pump hose to the service port.
(4) Operate the vacuum pump for 10 - 15 minutes until
an absolute vacuum of 10 mm Hg has been reached.
(5) With the vacuum pump still in operation , close the
low - pressure knob on the vacuum pump coupling.
Stop the vacuum pump.
(6) Open the 2 - way valve by 1/4 turn and then close it
after10 seconds. Check all the joints for leaks using
liquid soap or an electronic leak device.
(7) Turn the body of the 2-way and 3-way valves.
Disconnect the vacuum pump hose.
(8) Replace and tighten all the caps on the valves.
3-way valve diagram
connect to indoor unit
open position
spindle
needle
Connect to
outdoor unit
Valve core
service port cap
Indoor unit
Refrigerant flow direction
2-way valve
3-way valve
(6) Open 1/4 turn
(7) Turn to fully
open the valve
valve cap
(1) Turn
(7) Turn to fully
open the valve
Service
port nut
(1) Turn
(2) Turn
(8) Tighten
(8) Tighten
Valve cap
(8) Tighten
INSTALLATION MANUAL--- operation test
1. Wind insulating covering around the joints of the indoor unit and fix it with insulating tape.
2. Fix the exceeding part of the signal cable to the
piping or to the outdoor unit.
3. Fix the piping to the wall ( after having coated it with
insulating tape) using clamps or insert them into plastic slots.
4. Seal the hole in the wall through which the piping is
passed so that no air or water can fill.
Clamps
insulating covering
piping
insulating tape
piping
Indoor unit test
gasket
Do the ON/OFF and FAN operate normally?
Does the MODE operate normally?
Do the set point and TIMER function properly?
Does each lamp light normally?
Do the flap for air flow direction operate normally?
Is the condensed water drained regularly?
(indoor)
(outdoor)
wall
Outdoor unit test
Is there any abnormal noise or vibration during
operation?
Could the noise , the air flow or the condensed water
drainage disturb the neighbours?
Is there any coolant leakage?
Note: the electronic controller allows the compressor to
start only three minutes after voltage has reached
the system.
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INSTALLATION MANUAL---Information for the installer
FIXED-SPEED TYPE
5k
7k
9k
12k
15/18k
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/4
( 6)
1/2
( 12)
1/4
( 6)
1/2
( 12)
3m
3m
3m
3m
15m
15m
15m
20g/m
20g/m
Max. diff. in level between indoor and outdoor unit
5m
Type of refrigerant(1)
R22
MODEL
capacity (Btu/h)
Liquid pipe diameter
Gas pipe diameter
Lenght of pipe with standard charge
Maximum distance between indoor and outdoor unit
Additional refrigerant charge
22/24k
28/30k/36k
3/8
( 9.52)
5/8
( 15.88)
3/8
9.52)
5/8
( 15.88)
4m
4m
4m
15m
15m
15m
15m
20g/m
20g/m
30g/m
30g/m
30g/m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
R22
R22
R22
R22
R22
R22
7k
9k
12k
15/18k
22/24k
28/30k/36k
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/4
( 6)
1/2
( 12)
3/8
( 9.52)
5/8
( 15.88)
3/8
9.52)
5/8
( 15.88)
3m
3m
3m
4m
4m
4m
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
20g/m
20g/m
20g/m
30g/m
30g/m
30g/m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
R410A
(
FIXED-SPEED TYPE
MODEL
capacity (Btu/h)
Liquid pipe diameter
Gas pipe diameter
Lenght of pipe with standard charge
Maximum distance between indoor and outdoor unit
Additional refrigerant charge
Max. diff. in level between indoor and outdoor unit
Type of refrigerant(1)
INVERTER TYPE
MODEL
capacity (Btu/h)
Liquid pipe diameter
Gas pipe diameter
9k
12k
15/18k
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/4
( 6)
1/4
( 6)
1/2
( 12)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/2
( 12)
(
22/24k
3/8
9.52)
5/8
( 15.88)
(
Lenght of pipe with standard charge
3m
3m
3m
4m
4m
Maximum distance between indoor and outdoor unit
15m
15m
15m
15m
15m
20g/m
20g/m
20g/m
30g/m
30g/m
5m
5m
5m
5m
5m
R410A
R410A
R410A
Additional refrigerant charge
Max. diff. in level between indoor and outdoor unit
Type of refrigerant(1)
R410A
R410A
(1) Refer to the data rating label sticked on the outdoor unit.
TIGHTENING TORQUE FOR PROTECTION CAPS AND FLANGE CONNECTION
PIPE
1/4
( 6)
3/8
( 9.52)
1/2
( 12)
5/8
( 15.88)
TIGHTENING TORQUE
[N x m]
TIGHTENING TORQUE
[N x m]
CORRESPONDING STRESS
(using a 20 cm wrench)
15 - 20
wrist strength
Service port nut
7-9
31 - 35
arm strength
Protection caps
25 - 30
35 - 45
arm strength
75 - 80
arm strength
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INSTALLATION MANUAL---Information for the installer
WIRING DIAGRAM
For different models, the wiring diagram may be different. Please refer to the wiring diagrams pasted on the
indoor unit and outdoor unit respectively.
On indoor unit, the wiring diagram is pasted under the front panel;
On outdoor unit, the wiring diagram is pasted on the backside of the outdoor handle cover.
Front panel
Wiring diagram
Wiring diagram
Outdoor handle cover
Note: For some models the wires has been connected to the main PCB of indoor unit by manufacturer
without terminal block.
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INSTALLATION MANUAL---Information for the installer
CABLE WIRES SPECIFICATION
5k
MODEL
7k
12k
9k
22/24k 28/30k/36k
15/18k
capacity (Btu/h)
sectional area
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
AWG18
(AWG16)
1.5mm
AWG16
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
AWG18
(AWG16)
2
2.5mm2
AWG14
H05RN-F
4.0mm
AWG12
1.5mm
AWG16
2.5mm2
AWG14
H05RN-F
4.0mm
AWG12
1.5mm2
AWG16
2.5mm2
AWG14
H05RN-F
4.0mm2
AWG12
1.5mm2
0.75mm2
0.75mm2
1.0mm 2
(1.5mm)
1.5mm2
0.75mm2
0.75mm2
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
1.5mm2
0.75mm2
0.75mm2
2
2
N
1.0mm
AWG18
1.0mm
AWG18
1.0mm
AWG18
2
2
L
1.0mm
AWG18
1.0mm
AWG18
1.0mm
AWG18
E
1.0mm2
AWG18
1.0mm2
AWG18
1.0mm2
AWG18
N
1.0mm2
1.0mm2
1.0mm2
1.0mm 2
(1.5mm)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)2
L
1.0mm2
1.0mm2
1.0mm2
1
1.0mm2
1.0mm2
1.0mm2
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
3
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
2
Power supply cable
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Connection supply cable
0.75mm2
0.75mm2
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm2
0.75mm2
12k
9k
INVERTER TYPE
MODEL capacity (Btu/h)
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
2
0.75mm
0.75mm2
0.75mm2
2
24k
18/22k
sectional area
2
N
Power supply cable
L
E
L
1
2
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
AWG18
(AWG16)
2
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)
AWG18
(AWG16)
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
AWG18
(AWG16)
2
1.0mm2
(1.5mm)
AWG18
(AWG16)
2
N
Connection supply cable
0.75mm2
2
1.5mm2
AWG16
2.5mm2
AWG14
2
2.5mm
AWG14
1.5mm
AWG16
2
2
2
1.5mm
AWG16
2.5mm
AWG14
1.5mm2
0.75mm2
2
1.0mm 2
(1.5mm)
1.0mm 2
(1.5mm)
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
2
1.0mm 2
(1.5mm)
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
2
1.0mm 2
(1.5mm)
1.0mm22
(1.5mm)
2
0.75mm
2
1.5mm2
0.75mm
2
1.5mm
1.5mm
2
0.75mm2
220V 7K , 9K , 12K 15K , 16K , 18K , 22K , 24K , 30K air conditioner indoor unit fuse parameter is 50T, 3.15A
110V 7K , 9K 12k air conditioner indoor unit fuse parameter is 50T, 3.15A,
125V 7K , 9K , 12K air conditioner outdoor unit fuse parameter is 61T, 15A
250V 18K , 22K , 24K air conditioner outdoor unit fuse parameter is 65TS, 25A
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MAINTENANCE
Periodic maintenance is essential for keeping your air
conditioner efficient.
Before carrying out any maintenance , disconnect the
power supply by taking the plug out from the socket.
INDOOR UNIT
ANTIDUST FILTERS
1. Open the front panel following the direction of the
arrow
2. Keeping the front panel raised with one hand, take out
the air filter with the other hand
3. Clean the filter with water ; if the filter is soiled with
oil,it can be washed with warm water (not exceeding
45 ).
Leave to dry in a cool and dry place.
4. Keeping the front panel raised with one hand , insert
the air filter with the other hand
5. Close
antidust filter
The electrostatic and the deodorant filter (if installed)
cannot be washed or regenerated and must be replaced
with new filters after every 6 months.
CLEANING THE HEAT EXCHANGER
1. Open the front panel of the unit and life it till its
greatest stroke and then unhooking it from the hinges
to make the cleaning easier.
2. Clean the indoor unit using a cloth with the water
( not higher than 40 ) and neutral soap . Never use
aggressive solvents or detergents.
3. If the outdoor unit is clogged , remove the leaves and
the waste and remove the dust with air jet or a bit of water.
END OF SEASON MAINTENANCE
1. Disconnect the automatic switch or the plug.
2. Clean and replace the filters
3. On a sunny day let the conditioner work in ventilation for some hours , so that the inside of the unit can
dry completely..
REPLACING THE BATTERIES
There is no confirmation beep heard from the indoor unit.
The LCD doesn t act.
How:
Take off the cover at back.
Place the new batteries respecting the symbols + and - .
N.B: Use only new batteries. Remove the batteries from the remote controller when the conditioner is not in
operation
WARNING ! Do not throw batteries into common rubbish , they should be disposed of in the special
containers situated in the collection points.
When:
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TROUBLESHOOTING
MALFUNCTION
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Power failure/plug pulled out
Damaged indoor/outdoor unit fan motor
Faulty compressor thermomagnetic circuit breaker
The appliance does not Faulty protective device or fuses.
operate
Loose connections or plug pulled out
It sometimes stops operating to protect the appliance.
Voltage higher or lower than the voltage range
Active TIMER-ON function
Damaged electronic control board
Air filter dirty
Strange odour
Noise of running water
Back flow of liquid in the refrigerant circulation
This occurs when the air in the room becomes very cold, for example in the
A fine mist comes from
the air outlet
COOLING or DEHUMIDIFYING/DRY modes.
This noise is made by the expansion or contraction of the front panel due
A strange noise can be
to variations in temperature and does not indicate a problem.
heard
Inappropriate temperature setting..
Air inlet or outlet of indoor or outdoor unit has been blocked.
Insufficient airflow, either
hot or cold
The appliance does not
respond to commands
The display is off
Air filter is blocked.
Fan speed set at minimum.
Other sources of heat in the room.
No refrigerant.
Remote control is not near enough to indoor unit.
Battery in Remote controller may have been exhausted..
Obstacles between remote control and signal receiver in indoor unit.
Active LED function
Power failure
Switch off the air conditioner immediately and cut off the power supply in the event of:
Strange noises during operation.
Faulty electronic control board
Faulty fuses or switches.
Spraying water or objects inside the appliance.
Overheated cables or plugs.
Very strong smells coming from the appliance.
ERROR SIGNALS ON THE DISPLAY
In case of error, the display on the indoor unit shown the following error codes:
RUN lamp
Description of the trouble
flashes once
The fault of indoor temperature sensor
The fault of indoor pipe temperature sensor
flashes twice
flashes 6 times
Malfunction of indoor fan motor.
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Το προϊόν αυτό συμμορφώνεται με τις απαιτήσεις των παρακάτω οδηγιών:
• Την οδηγία 2004/108/ΕΚ σχετικά με την ηλεκτρονική συμβατότητα
• Την οδηγία 2006/95/ΕΚ σχετικά με το ηλεκτρολογικό υλικό που προορίζεται να
χρησιμοποιηθεί εντός ορισμένων ορίων τάσεως
• Την οδηγία 2011/65/ΕΕ για τον περιορισμό της χρήσης ορισμένων επικίνδυνων ουσιών σε
ηλεκτρολογικό και ηλεκτρονικό εξοπλισμό
• Την οδηγία 2009/125/ΕΚ σχετικά με τον καθορισμό απαιτήσεων οικολογικού σχεδιασμού
όσον αφορά τα συνδεόμενα με την ενέργεια προιόντα
• Την οδηγία 93/68/ΕΟΚ σχετικά με την σήμανση CE
Η πλήρης συμμόρφωση με τα Πρότυπα που αναφέρονται παρακάτω αποδεικνύει την εναρμόνιση
του προαναφερθέντος προϊόντος με τις απαιτήσεις της προαναφερθέντων Ευρωπαϊκών Οδηγιών:
EN55014-1:2006+A1+A2
EN55014-2:1997+A1+A2
EN61000-3-2:2014
EN61000-3-3:2013
EN60335-2-40:2003+A11+A12+A1+A2+A13
EN60335-1:2012
EN62233:2008
EN14825:2013
Commision Regulation (EU) No 206/2012
Commision Delegated Regulation (EU) No 626/2011
IECQ QC 080000:2012
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