Frigidaire FRS093LS1 Installation Instructions

Frigidaire FRS093LS1 Installation Instructions
All about the
Installation
of your
Split Type Room Air Conditioner
Model(indoor/outdoor):
FRS093LW1/FRS093LC1
FRS123LW1/FRS123LC1
www.frigidaire.com USA 1-866-942-1567
www.frigidaire.ca Canada 1-866-942-1567
Safety precautions
This appliance must be installed by a qualified licensed HVAC
technician in accordance with all applicable codes. All electrical
connections should be performed by a licensed electrician.
DANGER! Avoid Serious Injury
or Death
1. Do not attempt to install the split air
conditioner by yourself.
2. This air conditioner contains no
user-serviceable parts. Always call
an authorized Electrolux servicer for
repairs.
3. When moving the air conditioner,
always call an authorized Electrolux
servicer for disconnection and
re-installation.
4. Do not insert or place fingers or
objects into the air discharge area in
the front of the indoor unit.
5. Do not insert or place fingers or
objects into the air discharge area
in the outdoor unit.
6. Do not start or stop the air conditioner
by unplugging the power cord or
turning off the power at the electrical
box.
7. Do not cut or damage the power cord.
8. If the power cord is damaged it should
only be replaced by an authorized
Electrolux servicer.
9. In the event of a malfunction (sparks,
burning smell, etc.) immediately stop
the operation, disconnect the power
cord, and call an authorized Electrolux
servicer.
10.Do not operate the air conditioners
with wet hands
11.Do not pull on the power cord.
12.Do not drink any water that is drained
from the air conditioners.
CAUTION! Avoid Injury or
damage to the unit or other
property
1. Provide occasional ventilation
during use. Do not direct airflow at
fireplaces or other heat related
sources as this could cause flare ups
or make units run excessively.
2. Do not climb on or place objects on
the outdoor unit.
3. Do not hang objects off the indoor
unit.
4. Do not place containers containing
water on the indoor and/or outdoor
units.
5. Turn off the air conditioner at the
power source when it will not be
used for an extended period of time.
6. Periodically check the condition of
the outdoor unit’s installation base
for any damage.
7. Do not apply heavy pressure to the
radiator fins of the indoor and/or
outdoor units.
8. Operate the indoor unit with air
filters in place.
9. Do not block or cover the intake
grille, discharge area and outlet
ports.
10.Ensure that any electrical/electronic
equipment is one yard away from
the indoor unit and outdoor unit.
11.Do not use or store flammable
gases near the indoor and/or
outdoor units.
Safety precautions 04
To prevent injury to the user or other people and property damage, the
following instructions must be followed.
Incorrect operation due to ignoring of instructions may cause harm or
damage. The seriousness is classified by the following indications.
1. Connect with the power properly.
Otherwise, it may cause electric
shock or fire due to excess heat
generation.
2. Always ensure effective grounding.
No grounding may cause electric
shock.
3. Disconnect the power if strange
sounds, smell, or smoke comes
from it. It may cause fire and
electric shock.
4. Do not operate or stop the unit by
switching on or off the power. It
may cause electric shock or fire due
to heat generation.
5. Do not operate with wet hands or in
damp environment. It may cause
electric shock.
6. Do not allow water to run into
electric parts. It may cause failure of
machine, electric shock or fire.
7. Do not use the power cord near
flammable gas or combustibles,
such as gasoline, benzene, thinner,
etc. It may cause an explosion or fire.
8. Do not use the power cord close to
heating appliances. It may cause
fire and electric shock.
05 Safety precautions
9.Do not damage or use an
unspecified power cord. It may
cause electric shock or fire.
10.Do not place heavy object on the
power cord and ensure that the
cord will not be compressed. There
is danger of fire or electric shock.
11.Do not open the unit during
operation. It may cause electric
shock or injury.
12.Do not drink water drained
from air conditioner. It contains
contaminants and could make
you sick.
13.Do not disassemble or modify unit.
It may cause failure of appliance
and electric shock.
14.When the air filter is to be
removed, do not touch the metal
parts of the unit. It may cause an
injury.
15.When the unit is to be cleaned,
switch off, and turn off the circuit
breaker. Do not clean unit when
power is on as it may cause fire,
electric shock or injury.
16.Avoid direct exposure of occupants
to air flow.
17.Turn off the main power switch when
not using the unit for a long time.
18.The air conditioner may be dusted
20.Always insert the filters securely.
with an oil free cloth, or washed
Clean filter once every two weeks.
with a cloth dampened in a solution
Operation without filters may
of warm water and mild dishwashing
cause failure.
detergent. Rinse thoroughly and wipe
dry. Wring excess water from cloth
21.Always install circuit breaker and a
before wiping around controls.
dedicated power circuit. No
installation may cause fire and
19.Ensure that the installation bracket of
electric shock.
the outdoor unit will not damage
due to prolonged exposure. If
22.Do not place obstacles around airbracket damages, there will be
inlets or inside of air-outlet. It may
concern of damage due to falling
cause failure of appliance or
of unit.
accident.
Safety precautions 06
Choosing the installation site
Installation Warnings
1. Carefully read the installation manual before beginning.
2. Follow each step as shown.
3. Observe all local, state and national electric codes. This appliance must be
installed by a qualified licensed HVAC technician in accordance with all
applicable codes. All electrical connections should be performed by a licensed
electrician.
4. Pay attention to danger and safety notices
Precautions for Installation
Installation at the following sites may cause problems. If you must inevitably install
the unit at one of these sites, please consult your local distributor beforehand:
1. Sites with machine oil.
2. Sites with a high concentration of salinity, such as coastal areas.
3. Sites with sulfuric gas, such as hot water springs.
4. Sites with high frequency equipment, such as wireless equipment, welding
machines and medical installations.
5. Sites with flammable gases or volatile material.
6. Sites with special environmental conditions.
7. Laundry rooms.
Indoor Unit
1. The unit must be installed at a site
that does not obstruct the flow of
air.
2. The site must support the weight of
the indoor unit.
3. The site must be easily accessible
for maintenance and replacement
of the air filter.
4. The site must allow for the
necessary space around the indoor
unit, as shown in the sideward
figure.
5. There should be at least 3 feet (1
meter) between the unit and radio
or television devices. It is ideal
that the unit be installed at the
center.
6. It must be far from fire, smoke or
flammable gases.
7. The indoor unit must be at least 7.5
feet (2.3 meters) from the ground.
8. The site must allow for the easy
removal of the connector pipe and
drain hose.
9. The unit must be installed at a site
protected from direct sunlight.
More
than 6"
More
than 5"
07 Choosing the installation site
More
than 5"
More
than 7.5'
Outdoor Unit
More
than 1 feet
1. The outdoor unit must be
installed at a convenient site
that is not exposed to strong
winds. The site should be dry
and well ventilated.
More
than 2 feet
More
than 1 feet
2. The site must support the weight
of the outdoor unit and allow
for vertical installation.
3. There must not be the possibility
of increased noise and vibration
at the site.
More
than 6.6 feet
More
than 2 feet
4. The unit must be installed at a
site where the noise produced
by its operation and air
discharge does not disturb the
neighbors or animals.
5. The site cannot have any
leakage of flammable gases.
6. The site must provide enough
space around the unit, as shown
in the figure.
7. Children must not be able to
access the installation site.
Choosing the installation site 08
Parts list
NUMBER
PART NAME
QTY .
1
Installation plate
2
Clip anchor
3
Self-tapping screw A #7 X 1"
8
4
Seal
1
5
Drain Joint
1
6
Connecting cable
1
1
10
Ø1/4" (capacity < 12000 Btu's)
Liquid side
Connecting
pipe
assembly
7
Ø3/8" (capacity > 12000 Btu's)
Ø3/8" (capacity < 9000 Btu's)
Gas side
1
Ø1/2" (capacity < 12000 Btu's)
Ø5/8" (capacity > 12000 Btu’s)
8
Remote controller
1
9
Self-tapping screw B # 7 X 3/4"
2
Remote Controller holder
1
10
10
9 9
Indoor unit
4
1
10
8 8
5
3
2
Outdoor unit
09 Parts list
1
More than 6"
2
3
Indoor unit
More than 5"
6
More than 5"
6
Air filter
7
8
More than 2 feet
More than 1 feet
A
10
9
More
than 2 feet
4
5
B
C
More than 6.6 feet
Outdoor
unit
Attention
1. This illustration is for explanation purposes only.
2. Copper tubes must be insulated independently
Parts list 10
11
6" or more from
the ceiling
Installation plate
10.72"
Refrigerant pipe
hole (left) Ø 2.56"
3.55"
1.77"
1.77"
1.77"
5" or more
from the wall
11.54"
Indoor unit outline
3.15
5" or more
from the wall
Refrigerant pipe
hole (right) Ø 2.56"
19.27"
36.25"
(B)
Capacity < 12000 Btu's
Fixing the Installation Plate
1. Install the installation plate
horizontally over the structural
parts on the wall using the spaces
indicated on the plate, as shown
in the figures above.
2. In the case of tiled, concrete or
similar walls, create 0.2 inch
diameter holes. Place anchorage
supports for the appropriate
assembly screws.
3. Fix the installation plate to the
wall with eight A type screws.
4. At all times securing to the wall
studs is recommended.
Attention
Fit the Installation Plate and drill holes
in the wall according to the wall
structure and corresponding mounting
points on the installation plate
(Dimensions are in “mm” unless
otherwise stated).
Installation plate
Drilling the Hole
2. Always use a pipe cover with an
opening when drilling.
Wall
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
0.2"-0.28"
1. Determine the position of the
hole for the pipes using the
installation plate and drill the
pipe hole so that it is tilted slightly
downward.
Indoor unit installation
12
Connective pipe and drainage installation
Connective pipe
1. For the left-hand and right-hand
piping, remove the pipe cover from
the side panel. The pipe cover
must be kept as it may be used
when relocating the air conditioner
to any other place.
Pipe cover
(right)
Drainage
1. Run the drain hose sloping
downward. Do not install the drain
hose as illustrated sideward.
2. When connecting extension drain
hose, insulate the connecting part
of extension drain hose with a
shield pipe, do not let the drain
hose slack.
Rear right
piping
13 Indoor unit installation
Rear left
piping
Connective
pipe
1.69"
Indoor unit
outline
Do not block
water flow
by a rise.
Do not put the end
of drain hose into water.
Fastening the Indoor Unit
1. Pass the piping through the hole in
the wall.
2. Put the upper claw at the back of
the indoor unit on the upper hook of
the installation plate, move the
indoor unit from side to side to see
that it is securely hooked.
Pipe cover
(left)
Left piping
Right piping
2. For the rear-right-hand and rear-lefthand piping, install the piping as
shown in the sideward figure. Bend
the connective pipe to be laid at
a height of 1.69 inches or less from
the wall. Fix the end of the
connective pipe.
Pipe
holder
Upper hook
Lower hook
Do not block
water flow
by a rise.
3. Piping can easily be made by
lifting the indoor unit with a
cushioning material between the
indoor unit and the wall. Get it
out after finish piping.
4. Push the lower part of the indoor
unit up on the wall, Then move
the indoor unit from side to side,
up and down to check if it is
hooked securely.
Piping and wrapping
1. Bundle the tubing, connecting
cable, and drain hose with tape
securely and evenly as shown
in the sideward figure.
2. Because the condensed water
from rear of the indoor unit is
gathered in ponding box and is
piped out of room, do not put
anything else in the box.
Cushioning
material
Indoor unit
Cable
connection
Ponding
box
Pipe room
Connective
pipe
Drain hose
Wrapping
belt
Attention
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Connect the indoor unit first, then the outdoor unit.
Do not allow the piping to let out from the back of the indoor unit.
Be careful not to let the drain hose slack.
Both of the auxiliary piping should be heat insulation.
Be sure that the drain hose is located at the lowest side of the bundle. Locating
at the upper side may cause drain pan to overflow inside the unit.
6. Never intercross nor intertwist the power wire with any other wiring.
7. Run the drain hose sloped downward to drain out the condensed water
smoothly.
Indoor unit installation 14
Outdoor unit installation
1. Install the outdoor part of the unit
on a rigid surface to avoid excess
noise and vibration.
2. Direct the air vent toward an area
without obstacles.
3. Install the unit at the site where it is
exposed to as little wind as possible,
especially in areas where it is
frequently windy.
4. If the installation site is exposed to
heavy winds, such as in coastal
areas, place the unit along the
widest part of the wall or use
protective plates.
5. Be sure there is no obstacle which
blocks radiating air, including
schrubs or bushes.
Strong wind
15 Outdoor unit installation
A
Settlement of outdoor unit
Anchor the outdoor unit tightly and
horizontally on a concrete or rigid
mount with a bolt and nut 0.39 inch
or 0.32 inch diameter (Purchasedy
separately).
Air inlet
Air
inlet
B
Air outlet
A (inch)
B (inch)
2.30'x1.76'x0.77'
1.50'
0.82'
2.25'x1.41'x0.85'
1.51'
0.91'
2.56'x1.77'x0.82'
1.80'
0.91'
2.49'x1.94'x0.94'
1.74'
0.95'
2.77'x2.28'x1.10'
1.84'
1.10'
Outdoor unit dimension inch(WxHxD)
Drain joint installation
Fit the seal into the drain elbow, then
insert the drain joint into the base
pan hole of outdoor unit, rotate 90o to
securely assemble them. Connect
the drain joint with an extension
drain hose (Locally purchased), in
case of the water draining off the
outdoor unit during the heating
mode or rainy season.
Base pan hole
of outdoor unit
Seal
+
Seal
=
Drain joint
Drain pipe
Outdoor unit installation 16
Refrigerant piping connection
Unit comes with 16.4 feet tubing bundle. It is not recommended to cut. If too
long, loop for excess.
Note: Keep original bend so not kinking of the tube occurs.
Flaring work
Main cause for refrigerant leakage is
due to defect in the flaring work.
Pipe
Carry out correct flaring work using the
following procedure:
1. Cut the pipes and the cable.
A) Use the piping kit accessory or
pipes purchased locally.
B) Measure the distance between the
indoor and the outdoor unit.
C) Cut the pipes a little longer than the
measured distance.
D) Cut the cable 4.92 feet longer than
the pipe length.
2. Burr removal
A) Completely remove all burrs from
the cut cross section of pipe/tube.
B) Put the end of the copper
tube/pipe in a downward direction
as you remove burrs in order to
avoid dropping burrs into the
tubing.
3. Put nut on.
Remove flare nuts attached to
indoor and outdoor unit, then put
them on pipe/tube having
completed burr removal.(It is not
possible to put them on after flaring
work)
17 Refrigerant piping connection
Wrong
Correct
Oblique Roughness Burr
Pipe
Reamer
Point
down
Flare nut
Cooper tube
4. Flaring work.
Firmly hold copper pipe in a
die in the dimension shown in
the table below.
OUTER
DIAMETER (inch)
Bar
Copper
pipe
Handle
A (inch)
Max.
Min.
1/4
0.051
0.028
3/8
0.063
0.039
1/2
0.071
0.039
5/8
0.095
0.087
Connection Adjustment
1. Align the pipes to be connected.
2. Screw the flare nut with your
fingers, and then tighten it with
a spanner and torque wrench,
as shown in the following figure.
Indoor unit
tubing
OUTER
DIAMETER (inch)
Flare
nut
Yoke
Red arrow mark
Clamp
handle
Caution: Excessive twisting may
break the nut, depending on the
installation conditions.
Pipings
TIGHTENING
TORQUE (lbf.in)
ADDITIONAL TIGHTENING
TORQUE (lbf.in)
1/4
139
174
3/8
260
304
1/2
434
477
5/8
651
694
Refrigerant piping connection
18
Connect the cable to the indoor unit
1. The inside and outside connecting
cable can be connected without
removing the front grille.
2. Connecting cable between indoor
unit and outdoor unit shall be
approved polychloroprene
sheathed flexible cord, type
designation 16AWG or heavier
cord.
3. Lift the indoor unit panel up,
remove the electrical box cover by
loosening the screw.
4. Ensure the colour of wires of
outdoor unit and the terminal Nos.
are the same to the indoors
respectively.
5. Wrap those cables not connected
with terminals with insulation
tapes, so that they will not touch
any electrical components. Secure
the cable onto the control board
with the cord clamp.
Electrical box
cover
< 12000 btu's CABLE
(Heating and cooling model)
< 12000 btu's CABLE (Cooling model)
Code wire
0.39"
1.57"
or
"Cable A"
Code wire
"Cable B"
Code wire
1.57"
1.57"
0.39"
0.39"
> 12000 btu's CABLE
(Heating and cooling model)
"Cable C”
Code wire
1.57"
0.39"
Electrical work
20
9000 and 12000 Btu's
COOLING MODEL
9000 and 12000 Btu's
HEATING AND COOLING MODEL
Terminal block of indoor unit
1
2
3
"Connector A" or "Connector B"
Terminal block of indoor unit
4
1 2(N) 3 4
1 2(N) 3 4
or
To Outdoor Unit
To outdoor
unit
18000 Btu's
HEATING AND COOLING MODE
"Connector A"
Terminal block of indoor unit
To outdoor
unit
21 Electrical work
To outdoor
unit
Connect the cable to the outdoor unit
1. Remove the electrical control
board cover from the outdoor unit
by loosening the screw.
2. Connect the connective cables to
the terminals as identified with
their respective matched numbers
on the terminal block of indoor
and outdoor units. The connective
cable to power supply shall be
approved polychloroprene
sheathed flexible cord.
3. Secure the cable onto the control
board with the cord clamp.
4. To prevent the ingress of water,
form a loop of the connective
cable as illustrated in the
installation diagram of indoor and
outdoor units.
5. Insulate unused cords (conductors)
with PVC-tape. Process them so
they could not touch any electrical
or metal parts.
Cover
Screw
< 12000 btu's CABLE
(Heating and cooling model)
or
"Cable D”
Code wire
"Cable E”
Code wire
1.57"
1.57"
0.39"
0.39"
< 12000 btu's CABLE (Cooling model)
Code wire
> 12000 btu's CABLE
(Heating and cooling model)
"Cable F”
Code wire
0.39"
1.57"
1.57"
0.39"
Electrical work 22
9000 and 12000 Btu's
COOLING MODEL
9000 and 12000 Btu's
HEATING AND COOLING MODEL
"Conector A"
or "Conector B"
Terminal block of outdoor unit
Terminal block of outdoor unit
L
N
G
1
2
3
4
1
2(N) 3
1
4
Cables
board
"Conector C”
or "Conector D”
Terminal block of outdoor unit
To indoor unit
1 2(N) 3
1 2(N) 3
4
Cables
board
18000 Btu's
HEATING AND COOLING MODEL
"Conector A"
or
"Conector B"
Terminal block of outdoor unit
o
Cables
board
23 Electrical work
2(N) 3
Cables
board
Cord clamp
To power supply
4
1
2(N) S
N
L
Cables
board
4
Cables
board
Caution
After the confirmation of the above conditions, prepare the wiring as follows:
1. Never fail to have an individual power circuit specifically for the air
conditioner. As for the method of wiring, be guided by the circuit diagram
posted on the inside of control cover.
2. The screws which fasten the wiring in the casing of electrical fittings are
liable to come loose from vibrations to which the unit is subjected during
the course of transportation. Check them and make sure that they are all
tightly fastened. (If they are loose, it could cause burn-out of the wires.)
3. Specification of power source.
4. Confirm that electrical capacity is sufficient.
5. See to that the starting voltage is maintained at more than 90 percent of
the rated voltage marked on the name plate.
6. Confirm that the cable thickness is as specified in the power source
specification.
7. Always install an earth leakage circuit breaker in a wet or moist area.
8. The following would be caused by voltage drop: vibration of a magnetic
switch, which will damage the contact point, fuse breaking, disturbance of
the normal function of the overload protector.
9. The means for disconnection from a power supply shall be incorporated
in the fixed wiring and have an air gap contact separation of at least 0.12
inch in each active (phase) conductors.
Air purging
Air and moisture in the refrigeration system have undesirable effects as indicated
below:
1. Pressure in the system rises.
5. Water may lead to corrosion of
parts in the refrigeration system.
2. Operating current rises.
Therefore,
the indoor unit and tubing
3. Cooling or heating(only for
between
the
indoor and outdoor unit
models with heating function)
must
apply
leakage
test and be evacuated
efficiency drops.
to
remove
any
noncondensables
and
4. Moisture in the refrigerant circuit
moisture
from
the
system.
may freeze and block capillary
tubing.
Electrical work and air purging 24
Air purging with vacuum pump
1. Check that each tube(both liquid and gas side tubes) between the indoor and
outdoor units have been properly connected and all wiring for the test run has
been completed. Remove the service valve caps from both the gas and the
liquid side on the outdoor unit. Note that both the liquid and the gas side
service valves on the outdoor unit are kept closed at this stage.
2. When relocating the unit to another place, perform evacuation using vacuum
pump.
3. Pipe length and refrigerant amount:
Additional amount of
refrigerant to be charged
Connective
pipe length
Air
purging
Less than 16.4'
Use vacuum pump.
16.4'~32.8'
Use vacuum pump.
R410A: 0.71ozs/ft (Pipe length-16.4')
Caution in handling the packed valve integrated in the outlets of
outdoor unit.
1. Operation of opening packed valve: Open the valve stem until it hits against
the stopper. Do not try to open it further.
2. Operation of closing packed valve: Securely tighten the valve stem with a special
tool. Then securely tighten the valve stem cap with a spanner or the like. Refer to
tightening torque table in page 17 for valve stem cap tightening torque
Note: There is a charging port integrated in the low side outlet, but not in the
high side outlet. The low side outlet is shown in the sketch map below.
Flare nut
Refrigerant
Outdoor unit
A
Valve body
Indoor unit
Gas
C
Cap
D
B
Packed valve
Charge port
Half union
Valve stem
Stopper
25 Air purging
When using the vacuum pump
For method of using a manifold valve, refer to its operation manual.
1. Completely tighten the flare nuts at
connection point A, B, C and D.
Connect valve core removal tool to
the charging port, then connect
vacuum hose to valve core tool.
Open the schrader valve.
Note: The schrader valve is inside
the charging port.
2. Connect the other charge hose of
manifold valve to the vacuum pump.
3. Fully open the handle Lo of the
manifold valve.
4. Operate the vacuum pump to
evacuate. After starting evacuation,
slightly loose the flare nut of the
Lo valve on the gas pipe side and
check if the air is entering (Operation
noise of the vacuum pump changes
and a compound meter indicates
0 instead of minus), then tighten
the flare nut. The procedure verifies
if there are blocks inside the tubes.
5. Make evacuation for 15 minutes
or more and check that the
compound meter indicates
5
5
-7.6 x 10 μmHg (-1x10 Pa).
After the evacuation is completed,
fully close the handle Lo of the
manifold valve and stop the
operation of the vacuum pump.
6. Turn the stem of the packed
valve B about 45 o
counterclockwise for 6~7
seconds after the gas comes
out, then tighten the flare nut
again. Make sure the pressure
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Manifold valve
-76cm/Hg
Handle Lo
Charge
hose
Handle Hi
Charge hose
Vacuum pump
display in the pressure indicator is
a little higher than the atmosphere
pressure. This procedure verifies if
the refrigerant goes through the
tubes correctly.
7. Close the schrader valve, then
remove the valve core tool.
Replace the charging port cap.
8. Fully open the packed valve
stems B and A.
9. Securely tighten the cap of the
packed valve.
Air purging 26
Electrical safety
Perform the electric safety check after completing installation:
1. Insulated resistance: The insulated resistance must be more than 2M .
2. Grounding work: After finishing grounding work, measure the grounding
resistance by visual detection and grounding resistance tester. Make sure the
grounding resistance is less than 4 .
3. Electrical leakage check (performing during test running): During test operation
after finishing installation, the serviceman can use the electric probe and
multimeter to perform the electrical leakage check. Turn off the unit
immediately if electrical leakage happens. Check and find out the solution
ways till the unit operates properly.
Gas leak check
Soap water method
Apply a soap water or a liquid neutral
detergent on the indoor unit
connection or outdoor unit connections
by a soft brush to check for leakage of
the connecting points of the piping. If
bubbles come out, the pipes have
leakage point.
Leak detector
Use the leak detector to check for
leakage.
indoor unit
check point
Cover
Outdoor unit
check point
Caution
A: Lo packed valve, B: Hi packed valve
C and D are ends of indoor unit
connection.
27 Electrical safety and gas leak check
Test running
Perform test operation after completing gas leak check at the flare nut
connections and electrical safety check.
1. Connect the power, press the ON/OFF button on the remote controller to
turn the unit on.
2. Use the MODE button to select COOL, HEAT(Only for models with heating
function), AUTO and FAN to check if all the functions work well.
3. When the ambient temperature is too low(lower than 63 o F), the unit
cannot be controlled by the remote controller to run in cooling mode,
manual operation can be taken. Manual operation is used only when the
remote controller is disable or maintenance necessary.
Auto/Cool
or
Manual control button
Manual control
button
Auto
Cool
Test running 28
Preparing the device for operation
1. Contact a specialist to install the device.
2. Guarantee that the unit is appropriately fastened and complies with all of
the aforementioned safety norms.
3. Before operating the air conditioner, ensure that the air filter is installed
correctly.
4. If the unit has been out of use for a long period of time, it is recommended
that the air filter be cleaned before use. During continuous use, clean the air
filter every two weeks.
5. This air conditioner was designed for use under the following conditions:
MODE
Cool
Heat *
Dehumidifier
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Indoor
63°F~90°F
Outdoor
Indoor
64°F~109°F 63°F~86°F
Outdoor
Indoor
19°F~75°F 63°F~90°F
Outdoor
52°F~109°F
* only for models with heating function
Attention
If air conditioner is used outside of the above conditions, certain safety protection
features may come into operation and cause the unit to function abnormally.
Room relative humidity should be less than 80%. If the air conditioner operates in
excess of this figure, the surface of the air conditioner may attract condensation.
Please set the horizontal louver to its maximum angle (vertically to the floor), and
set HIGH fan mode.
Optimum performance will be achieved within these operating temperature.
29 Preparing the device for operation
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