Portable Evaporative Air Cooler OWNER`S MANUAL

Portable Evaporative Air Cooler OWNER`S MANUAL
Portable Evaporative Air Cooler
OWNER’S MANUAL
Read and save these instructions before use
Model: CL30XC
Power rating: 252 Watts
Voltage rating: 220- 240 Volt AC, 50Hz
For product enquiry or support contact:
CUSTOMER CARE: 1300 7108 60
www.honeywellaircoolers.com
Made in China
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INDEX
Read all instructions carefully before setting up and operating the unit, and please keep
this instruction manual for future reference. This manual is designed to provide you with
important information needed to setup, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot your cooler.
Failure to follow these instructions may damage and/or impair its operation and void the
warranty.
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THANK YOU .........................................................................................................
USER TIPS ...........................................................................................................
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................
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PARTS DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................
USE & OPERATION .............................................................................................
Control Panel .....................................................................................................
Function Buttons .................................................................................................
Low water alarm and cooler location ...................................................................
Room Cooling and Humidifying ...........................................................................
Remote Control ...................................................................................................
Fill Water ............................................................................................................
6. CLEANING & MAINTENANCE .............................................................................
7. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .............................................................................
8. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...........................................................................
9. ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM ........................................................................
10. SERVICE AND WARRANTY ................................................................................
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THANK YOU
Congratulations on your purchase of this versatile Honeywell Evaporative Air Cooler.
For optimum cooling from your cooler, fill the water tank to maximum level and load
ice inside the ice compartment before you turn on your air cooler.
Cooler Location - Indoors (Important - Please Read!)
Place the cooler in front of an open door or window. Ensure that there is adequate
cross - ventilation in the room by leaving a door or window open opposite the cooler.
Following these guidelines will ensure your cooler will work as effectively as possible.
Not an Air Conditioner (Important - Please Read!)
The evaporative air cooler is not an air conditioner as it does not use a compressor
or refrigerant gas. It should not be expected to cool as efficiently as a refrigerated air
conditioner.
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USER TIPS
Energy Efficient, No Compressor
Honeywell Evaporative Air Coolers are built to maximize energy efficiency and keep
costs low. Warm air is drawn into the cooler through a dust and odor-reducing carbon
filter and enters the Honeycomb Cooling Media. Water pumped from the tank pours
over the Honeycomb Cooling Media. As the warm air passes through the media, the
water absorbs the heat, naturally cooling and humidifying the air. A fan propels the
cooled air out into the room. This no-compressor system cools naturally, efficiently and
inexpensively.
Honeycomb Cooling Media
Warm and
dry air
Cool and
humid air
Pump
Water
Evaporative Air Cooling Mechanism
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USER TIPS
The recommended maximum relative humidity level is 60% or
less, which allows a noticeable temperature decrease. The
temperature decrease will be greater in drier climates because
higher evaporation occurs when the humidity is low.
The evaporative air cooler should not be used in enclosed
spaces. It must be kept level and there must be water in the
water tank. The room should have doors and windows opened
to allow free air flow. The evaporative air cooler works best
when placed near an open window, so that outside air is drawn
into the evaporative air cooler, the air circulates in the room,
then exits via the door. The maximum cooling effect is felt
when a person is in the flow of air coming out of the evaporative
air cooler.
The evaporative air cooler can also be used to humidify dry air
during cool weather. To be used for humidification the
windows and doors should be closed to allow the humidified
air to accumulate. The evaporative air cooler is not an air
conditioner as it does not use a compressor or refrigerant gas.
It should not be expected to cool as efficiently as a refrigerated
air conditioner.
NOTE
When the product is used for the first time the Honeycomb
cooling media will have an odour which will dissipate in a week
or so of initial use.
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Room with open windows & door
Room with closed windows & door
SAFETY RULES
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS:
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed:
• Your unit runs on 220-240 Volt AC, 50 Hz current. Check the
household voltage to ensure it matches the appliance's rate
specification.
• Before operating the product remove it from its packaging
and check it is in good condition.
• DO NOT operate any product with a damaged cord or plug.
We recommend not using an extension cord with this
appliance.
• DO NOT run power cord under carpeting, or cover it with
rugs or runners. Keep the cord away from areas where it
may be tripped over.
• Always unplug the product before refilling the water tank.
• Always unplug the appliance from the power source before
cleaning, servicing or relocating the unit.
• Remove the power cord from the electrical receptacle by
grasping and pulling on the power cord plug-end only, never
pull the cord.
• DO NOT use the product in areas where gasoline, paint or
other flammable goods and objects are stored.
• When using the ''COOL'' setting, please check the water tank
to ensure it is full. Operation of this unit on the ''COOL'' setting
with an empty tank may result in damage to the water pump.
220-240 Volt AC, 50 Hz
SHOCK HAZARD
WATER LEVEL INDICATOR
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SAFETY RULES
• DO NOT attempt to repair or adjust any electrical or mechanical
functions of the cooler, as this may void the warranty.
• DO NOT cover the air inlet or outlet on the appliance as this
may cause motor damage.
• DO NOT insert or allow objects to enter any ventilation or
exhaust opening as this may damage the product and could
cause electrical shock or fire.
• DO NOT operate with the Honeycomb Cooling Media removed
as this will overload and damage the motor.
• DO NOT leave the appliance operating unattended for any
extended period of time.
• DO NOT let children play with this appliance, packaging or
plastic bags.
• If the unit is damaged or it malfunctions, do not continue to
operate it. Refer to the troubleshooting section and /or please
seek professional advice.
• Place the unit on a level floor.
• This product is not intended for use in wet or damp locations.
• Never locate the product where it may fall into a bathtub or
other water container. DO NOT use in bathrooms or outdoors.
• When the unit is not in use always store in a dry area.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children or elderly) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instructions concerning the
use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
• Always grip the side handles to move the unit.
FLOOR LEVEL
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PARTS DESCRIPTION
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Control Panel
Handle
Louvers
Left Side Panel
Water Tank
Power Cord
Power Plug
Casters
Ice Compartment Lid
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Back Grill
Front Panel
Water Level Indicator
Remote Control
Latch
Right Side Panel
Water Fill Door
Drainage Tube / Cap
Water Regulator
ACCESSORIES:
Remote Control ( Batteries not included)
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USE & OPERATION
Control Panel
SWING
IONIZER
SPEED
COOL
TIMER
Icons on Display Screen
Low water level in tank
Swing
Cool
Time delay set
Fan operating
Sleep
Low speed
Ionizer
Medium speed
High speed
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SLEEP
USE & OPERATION
Function Buttons
Power
Press the
button to turn the unit on. The cooler will
start automatically at medium speed. After a few seconds the
speed will switch to low. To turn the unit off, press the button
again.
Speed
Press the SPEED button repeatedly and the speed will
change. The indicator light will show the selected speed. High
(Hi), Medium (Med), Low (Lo) & Sleep. The Sleep setting is
for comfort during the night; The cooler runs on High Speed
for 1 hour, Medium Speed for 1 hour, and then remains on
Low Speed continuously.
SPEED
COOL
Cool
To begin cooling the desired area press the COOL button.
The indicator light will come on and the water pump will
operate. You will feel the cooler air after the Honeycomb
Cooling Media is completely wet.
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USE & OPERATION
Function Buttons
Swing / Ionizer
Press the SWING button. The indicator light will come on
and the louvers will begin to move from right to left automatically. Manually adjust the horizontal louvers to change
vertical airflow. IONIZER feature is used to remove very fine
pollutant particles such as dust, pollen, cigarette smoke, car
fumes & aerosol propellants from air.
Button Press
SWING
IONIZER
1
on
off
2
on
on
off
on
3
4
off
off
Sleep
The SLEEP setting is for comfort during the night; The cooler
runs on High Speed for 1 hour, Medium Speed for 1 hour
and then remains on Low Speed continuously.
OSC
IONIZ
Timer
Press the TIMER button until the indicator light comes on to
your desired time. Once the set time has passed, the unit will
automatically shut off. The Timer function allows you to
program the unit for up to 8 hours of use.
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Louvers Movement
SWING
IONIZER
SLEEP
TIMER
USE & OPERATION
LOW WATER ALARM FUNCTION
The unit is equipped with a low water sensor. When water in the tank is below the
minimum level, you will hear 10 beeps and the COOL LCD indicator will flash
continuously. At the same time the power to the pump inside the unit will be cut off
to protect the life of the pump.
To disengage the alarm function, turn off and unplug the unit from the power
outlet, and fill the tank with water above the minimum level.
To turn off the alarm function and continue to use it in FAN mode, turn off the unit
and turn the unit on. If COOL button is pressed again without filling the tank with
water, low water alarm will activate again.
COOLER LOCATION
Place the cooler in front of an open door or window. Ensure that there is adequate
cross - ventilation in the room by leaving a door or window open
opposite from the cooler.
Following these rules will ensure your cooler will work as effectively as possible.
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USE & OPERATION
ROOM COOLING AND HUMIDIFYING
When the Water Regulator is set to ''MIN'', the water pump
distributes minimal amount of water to the Honeycomb media.
This results in less water evaporation and reduces cooling
effect.
When the Water Regulator is set to ''MAX'', the water pump
distributes the maximum amount of water to the Honeycomb
media. This results in maximum water evaporation and the
cooling performance improves.
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Water Regulator
USE & OPERATION
Remote Control
Power
Cool
Swing / Ionizer
Speed
Timer
Sleep
: Turn the unit on and off
: Set the Fan speed to High, Medium & Low
: Control cooling option
: Controls the motion of the louvers & the
Ionizer function
: Control timer function for automatic shut off
: Turns On the Sleep mode (The cooler runs on
High Speed for 1 hour, Medium Speed for 1 hour
and then remains on Low Speed continuously)
POWER
SWING
IONIZER
SPEED
TIMER
COOL
SLEEP
Remote Control (Batteries not included)
NOTE
• Open the battery compartment at the back of the remote control and insert two new
AAA dry cell batteries. Care must be taken to insert the batteries according to the
correct polarity (+ / –) markings shown inside the battery compartment.
• Always point the remote control signal transmitter towards the unit when operating.
• Make sure that the signal path is not obstructed.
• Remove the batteries if the unit is not going to be used for an extended period of time.
• Do not drop the remote control.
• Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
• Do not mix different types of batteries such as alkaline, carbon-zinc, or rechargeable batteries.
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Exhausted batteries are to be removed from the product.
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USE & OPERATION
FILL WATER
Open the Water Fill Door located below the Remote Control
Holder on the unit. The water tank of the unit holds up to 30 liters
of water.
Water level display window is located on the left side panel of
the unit. Refill the water tank when water level is low. Do not
fill water above the Max water level mark. Check water level
in the tank before running the ''COOL'' function. Please be
sure water in the tank is always above minimum water level
mark. Running the unit with inadequate water may cause
pump failure. If ice is available you may add ice in the top
compartment to enhance the cooling performance.
CAUTION
Unplug from power when refilling.
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Water Fill Door
Top Ice Loading Compartment
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
WARNING
• Before cleaning the unit, switch it to the ''off'' position and
remove the plug from the power socket.
• To clean the outside, use a damp cloth to remove dirt and
dust.
• Never use corrosive elements or any chemicals to clean
this product.
• When the product is not in use, store the unit in a dry place
out of direct sunlight.
DRAINING AND CLEANING THE WATER TANK
• Turn the power “off” and disconnect the air cooler from the
power supply.
• Move the unit to a location where it can be drained. Remove
the cap from the drainage tube and allow the tank to empty
(see parts description on page 7).
• Once the tank is empty, unlock the latches on both sides
and lift off the cooler top section as shown in the figure and
place it vertically on the floor. Be careful not to bend the
water pickup tube that hangs below the unit.
• Refill the water tank with clean water and drain it completely.
• Clean the water tank with detergent or a damp cloth and
rinse it thoroughly.
• Place the unit top carefully on the tank and lock the latches.
• Refill the water tank with clean water, up to the maximum level.
• The air cooler is now ready to be used. This cleaning
process should be repeated weekly to maintain the integrity
of the unit and to remove particles filtered from the air.
Rubber Plug
Latch
Water Pick Up Tube
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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
CLEANING THE FILTER AND HONEYCOMB
• The appliance is supplied with carbon filter & honeycomb
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cooling media.
Always keep the Carbon filter clean. You can wash the
Carbon filter at least twice a year or whenever you feel
necessary.
The carbon filter and honeycomb media are located inside the
back panel. Open the back panel by using a star screw driver
to clean or replace the carbon filter or honeycomb media. It is
recommended that the carbon filter and honeycomb media be
replaced every year, depending on use and environment.
Draining the water reservoir and refilling with fresh water at
least once a week will greatly reduce mineral deposits in the
pads and help to extend the life of Honeycomb cooling media.
Do not run the unit in COOL mode with stale water in the tank.
You must empty the water tank and refill with fresh water,
especially if the tank has not been cleaned in a long time.
The cleaning frequency for the Honeycomb media depends
on local air and water conditions. In areas where the mineral
content of water is high, mineral deposits may build up on the
honeycomb cooling media and restrict air flow. Draining the
water reservoir and refilling with fresh water at least once a
week will help reduce mineral deposits. If mineral deposits
remain on the Honeycomb media, the media should be
removed and washed under fresh water. The media should be
cleaned every two months or sooner, depending on your needs.
For best results allow the honeycomb cooling media to dry
after each use by turning off the cool function 15 minutes
before turning the unit off.
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Open Screws
Back Panel
Honeycomb
Carbon Filter
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
No discharge of air
Cord is not plugged in.
Make sure power cord is
plugged in and the supply
switch is on.
Power is not ON.
Turn the unit ON by pressing
button on the control panel or
remote control.
Pump is not turned ON.
On Control Panel, turn COOL
FUNCTION to ON.
Low or no water in tank, when
COOL is selected.
Refill water tank.
Damaged Pump or Calcium
deposits on blower.
Contact Customer Service
Center.
When the Cooler is new.
When the unit is used for the
first time, the Honeycomb
Cooling Media will have an
odor, which will dissipate
within a few hours of initial use.
If the Cooler has been used.
There may be an algae issue.
Replace the Honeycomb
Cooling Media.
Not Cooling / Unit is
making noise
Odors
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
The unit does not respond
to remote control
Remote control batteries.
Check batteries. Replace if
needed. Try to operate using
the control panel.
Damaged Control Panel
on unit.
Try to activate the unit with the
Remote Control. If the unit
responds, then the Control
Panel on the unit may be
experiencing problems contact the Customer Service
Center.
If neither the Remote Control
or the Control Panel is
working, contact the Customer
Service Center.
For product enquiry or support contact:
CUSTOMER CARE: 1300 710860
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SERVICE AND WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY
• All Honeywell evaporative air coolers purchased from Honeyair Australia Pty Ltd.,are guaranteed
to be free from manufacturing defects, workmanship or parts and carry a (2) year free service
warranty from the date of first retail purchase thereof.
• Wear and tear parts like filter, cooling pad, wheels, pre-filter nets and other consumable components
are not covered by the provisions of this warranty.
• The warranty does not cover inability to use the product during period of fault or non operation
and Honeyair Australia absolves any liability due to the product being inoperable.
• Honeyair Australia has ensured suitable warranty repair agents are available in all states of
Australia . All warranty repairs are carried out at the authorized service agents and transportation,
freight, duty, taxes and other miscellaneous charges when sending units for repair are for the
sole account of the customer.
Further Information on Service Agents can be made by :
CUSTOMER CARE : 1300 710860 ; FAX : 1300 710890
It is the sole discretion of Service Agents to first observe and evaluate the units sent for repair
to establish if the defect is covered by the warranty.
• All warranty requests must be accompanied by Proof of Purchase. This is generally a copy of
the purchase receipt. Failure to provide will void warranty.
Model
: .............................................................
Date of Purchase : .............................................................
Purchased from : .............................................................
HONEYAIR AUSTRALIA PTY LTD.
78 MALLARD WAY CANNINGTON W.A. 6107
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste .Please recycle where facilities exist.
Check with your local authority or retailer for recycling advice.
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National Distributor of Honeywell Evaporative Coolers:
Honeyair Australia Pty Ltd,
78 Mallard Way,
Cannington W.A. 6107
CUSTOMER CARE: 1300 710860
FAX: 1300 710890
www.honeywellaircoolers.com
December 2013
IMO1-CL30XC-2013-12
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Honeywell International Inc.
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or warranties with respect to this product.
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