User manual Split Type Room Air Conditioner

User manual Split Type Room Air Conditioner
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User manual
Split Type Room Air Conditioner
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CONTENTS
1.SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..................................................................................... 3
2.PRODUCT DESCRIPTION.................................................................................... 5
3.CONTROL PANEL................................................................................................ 6
4.remote control............................................................................................ 6
5.remote control Description..................................................................... 8
6.remote control display indicator........................................................ 10
7.First use......................................................................................................... 11
8.How to use the remote control............................................................ 12
9.How to use the indoor unit..................................................................... 19
10.Operating Temperature............................................................................. 20
11.EMERGENCY OPERATION................................................................................ 20
12.Optimal Operation....................................................................................... 21
13.Cleaning and Maintenance....................................................................... 21
14.Operation Tips............................................................................................... 23
15.Troubleshooting........................................................................................ 25
16.Correct Disposal of this product........................................................ 26
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Warning / Caution-Safety information.
General information and tips
Environmental information.
Subject to change without notice.
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1. 3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Before the installation and use of the
appliance, carefully read the supplied
instructions. The manufacturer is not
responsible if an incorrect installation and
use causes injuries and damages. Always
keep the instructions with the appliance
for future reference.
1.1 C
hildren and vulnerable
people safety
WARNING!
Risk of suffocation, injury or
permanent disability.
• 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.
1.2 Installation and Use
WARNING!
Risk of suffocation, injury or
permanent disability.
• Contact an authorised installer for
installation of this unit.
• Contact an authorised service
technician for repair or maintenance of
this unit.
• The socket outlet required to supply
power must be connected and
commissioned by a licenced contractor.
• 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.
• Installation work must be performed
in accordance with the national wiring
standards and the electricity suppliers
service rules by authorised personnel
only.
• If the unit is to be moved to another
location or disposed of, only a suitably
qualified person is permitted to
undertake such work.
• If you notice an unusal situation, such
as a burning smell, please switch off
the power to the air conditioner and
contact an Electrolux service agent. If
this abnormal status continues the air
conditioner may be damaged or even
cause electric shock or fire.
• Do not operate the air conditioner with
wet hands. This may cause electric
shock.
• Do not damage or cut off the power
cord or other wires. If this occurs,
please have it repaired or replaced by
an accredited technician.
• Do not connect this air conditioner to a
multi outlet powerboard.
• Please switch off the power supply to
the air conditioner if it is not to be used
for an extended period. Otherwise, it
will accumulate dust and may cause a
fire.
• Before cleaning the air conditioner,
please disconnect the power supply
in order to eliminate the possibility of
electric shock.
• The power supply should be matched
with the air conditioner according to
the installation manual. Air conditioners
provided with a supply cord should
be connected directly to a power
outlet with a suitable safety switch. Air
conditioners that are hard wired must
be connected to a suitable safety circuit
breaker according to the installation
manual.
• Please ensure that the power supply
to the air conditioner is stable and
meets the requirements set out in the
installation manual.
• Always ensure the product is installed
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with appropriate earthing.
• For safety, be sure to turn off the
circuit breaker before performing any
maintenance or cleaning or when the
product is not used for an extended
period of time. Accumulated dust may
cause fire or electric shock.
• Select the most appropriate
temperature. It can save electricity.
• Do not keep windows and doors open
for a long time during operation. It will
result in insufficient performance.
• Do not block the air inlet or outlet. It will
result in insufficient performance and
cause malfunctions.
• Keep combustible materials away from
the units at least 1m. It may cause fire.
• Do not step on the top of the outdoor
unit or place heavy things on it. It may
cause damage or injury.
• Do not attempt to repair the air conditioner
by yourself. Incorrect repairs may cause
electric shock or fire. Please contact your
local authorised service centre.
• Do not insert your hands or objects into
the air inlet or outlet. It may cause injury.
• Do not expose animals or plants directly
to the airflow.
• Do not use the unit for any other
purpose, such as preserving food or
drying clothes.
• Do not splash water on the air conditioner.
It may cause electric shock or malfunction.
• For safety, be sure to turn off the
circuit breaker before performing any
maintenance or cleaning or when the
product is not used for an extended
period of time. Accumulated dust may
cause fire or electric shock.
• This air conditioner uses R410A or R22
refrigerant.(Confirm before installation)
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2. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
All the pictures in this manual are for explanation
purposes only. The actual shape of the indoor unit
you purchased may be slight different on front
panel and display window. The actual shape shall
prevail.
2.1 Split Type
3
4
Air inlet
2
1
12
5
Air Outlet 6
8
7
10
Air inlet (side)
Air inlet (rear)
9
11
13
Air outlet
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Front panel
Digital display
Air filter
Pre-dust filter
Horizontal air flow grille
Vertical air flow louver (inside)
Manual control button
14
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Cold plasma generator (if applicable)
Remote controller
Refregerant pipe
Drain hose
Power cable
Mounting plate
Connecting cable
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3. CONTROL PANEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1 Wifi indication lamp (optional)
Lights up when Wifi feature is activated.
2 I Feel indication lamp
Lights up when I Feel feature is activated.
3 Turbo indication lamp
Lights up when Turbo feature is activated.
4 TEMPERATURE indication lamp
• Displays the temperature settings when
the air conditioner is operational.
• Displays the malfunction code when
fault occurs.
5 Eco indication lamp
Lights up when Eco feature is activated.
6 Healthy lamp (Optional)
Lights up when Healthy feature is activated.
7 Repellent lamp (Optional)
8 Lights up when Repellent feature is
activated.
4. remote control
4.1 H
ow to use the Remote
control
1.Keep the remote control where its
signal can reach the receiver of the
indoor unit.
2.When operate the air conditioner, make
sure the remote control is pointing to
the signal receiver of the indoor unit.
3.When the remote control sends out
will blink for
a signal, the symbol
about 1 second on the display of the
remote control.
4.The indoor unit will acknowledge the
signal with a beep when it receives the
signal from the remote control.
5.Please press the button of the remote
control and resend the signal if you did
not hear a beep from the indoor unit.
• The air conditioner will not
operate if curtains, doors or other
materials block the signals from
the remote control to the indoor
unit.
• Prevent any liquid from falling
into the remote control. Do not
expose the remote control to
direct sunlight or heat.
• If the infrared signal receiver on
the indoor unit is exposed to
direct sunlight, the air conditioner
may not function properly. Use
curtains to prevent the sunlight
from falling on the receiver.
• If other electrical appliances react
to the remote control, either move
these appliances or consult your
local dealer.
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4.2 Location of the Remote Control
Fig.01
Max. 8m
• Keep the remote control where its
signal can reach the receiver of the
indoor unit (a maximum distance of
8 m is allowed).
• When you select the timer operation,
the remote control automatically
transmits a signal to the indoor unit at
the specified time.
• If you keep the remote control in a
position that hinders proper signal
transmission, a time lag of up to
15 minutes may occur.
• When the remote control sends out
will blink
a signal, the symbol
for about 1 second on the display.
The indoor unit will acknowledge the
signal with a beep when it receives an
effective signal.
4.3 Battery installation/replacement
Fig.02
• Slide the battery compartment cover
off and insert two new alkaline dry
batteries (2x AAA 1.5 Volt). Make sure
that the polarity of (+) or (-) is installed
correctly.
• Slide the battery compartment cover
back on.
• When changing batteries, do
not use old or varied ones,
otherwise, it may cause
problems with the remote
control.
• If the remote control is not used
for a long time, remove the
batteries as old batteries may
leak or corrode and damage
the remote control.
• The battery life during normal
use is about six months.
• If the remote control does
not operate normally, please
remove and refit the batteries. If
abnormal operation continues,
replace with new batteries.
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5. remote control description
1 ON/OFF Button
2 UP/DOWN Button
3 Mode Button
4 Swing Button
5 Timer-On Button
6 Timer-Off Button
7 I Feel Button
8 Fan Speed Button
1
2
8
9
9 Turbo Button
10 Healthy Button (Clock Button)1
3
10
11 Temp Button
4
11
12 Light Button
5
12
13 Repellent Button (X-Fan Button)2
13
14 Eco Button
6
7
14
1
Clock Button ”
” be shown in
models without Healthy fuction.
X-Fan Button ”
” be shown in
models without Repellent fuction.
2
ON/OFF Button
Press the button to switch on the unit.
Press the button again to switch off the
unit.
UP/Down BUTTON
Press the button to increase/decrease the
temperature. Keep the button pressed for
two seconds to accelerate the process.
Release the button to set the temperature
and send the order that the °C/°F signal
will be displayed constantly.
Temperature range: 16-30 °C (61-86 °F).
In Timer-On/Off or Clock functions,
use the button to set the clock or timer
adjustment.
MODE BUTTON
Press the button to set the operation
mode: AUTO, DRY, FAN, COOL and
HEAT. Default setting: AUTO.
AUTO
DRY
FAN
COOL
HEAT
• For Cooling only models, there is
no HEAT mode available.
• In AUTO mode, user can touch
on the controls to set desired
temperature and the product
memorize the temperature set in
the next use.
SWING BUTTON
Press this button, the louver will swing up
and down automatically. Press again to
cancel it and the louver will stay at its last
position.
TIMER ON Button
Press the button to set the timer function
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for switching on the unit. If the TIMER
” blinks, press the UP
ON symbol ”
or DOWN button to set the time. Keep
the button pressed for two seconds to
accelerate the process. Press the button
to set the timer. Default setting: 8:00
(24-hour mode). Press the button again to
cancel the timer function.
button again to set the clock. The clock
symbol stops blinking.
TIMER OFF Button
TEMP Button
HEALTHY Button (optional)
Press the button to enable or disable
the operation of the health filter. If the
HEALTHY function is enabled, the
HEALTHY symbol ” ” will be shown.
Press the button to set the timer function
for switching on the unit. If the TIMER
” blinks, press the UP
ON symbol ”
or DOWN button to set the time. Keep
the button pressed for two seconds to
accelerate the process. Press the button
to set the timer. Default setting: 8:00
(24-hour mode). Press the button again to
cancel the timer function.
Press this button to change the remote
control display of the set temperature to
the Room or Outside temperature.
See Room temperature, the symbol
” ” will be shown.
See Outside temperature, the symbol
” ” will be shown.
I FEEL BUTTON
Press the button to switch the display
of the indoor unit on or off. When switch
on, the light symbol ” ” will be showed.
Default setting: OFF.
Press the button to enable or disable the
I FEEL function. If the I FEEL function is
enabled, the I FEEL symbol ” ” will be
shown.
If the I FEEL symbol is enabled, the remote
control will send the ambient temperature
to the main unit every 10 minutes or when
you press one of the buttons.
FAN SPEED Button
Press the button to set the fan speed:
AUTO, LOW, MEDIUM and HIGH. Default
setting: AUTO. In the DRY mode, only
LOW can be set.
AUTO
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
Turbo Button
In COOL or HEAT mode, press the button
to enable or disable the turbo function. If
the turbo function is enabled, the turbo
symbol ” ” will be shown.
If the turbo function is enabled, the unit
will operate at turbo speed to cool or heat
rapidly so that the ambient temperature
approaches the set temperature as soon
as possible.
Clock Button (optional)
Press the button to set the clock. If the
clock symbol ” ” blinks, press the UP
or DOWN button to set the time. Keep
the button pressed for two seconds to
accelerate the process. Press the CLOCK
9 LIGHT Button
x-fan Button (optional)
In COOL or DRY mode, press the button
to enable or disable the X-FAN function.
If the X-FAN function is enabled, the
X-FAN symbol ” ” will be shown. Default
setting: OFF.
repellent Button
(optional)
In COOL or DRY mode, press the button
to enable or disable the Repellent function.
If the Repellent function is enabled, the
Repellent symbol ” ” will be shown.
Default setting: OFF.
eco Button
In COOL or DRY mode, press this button
to enable or disable Eco operation. If the
ECO function is enabled, the ECO symbol
” will be shown. Default setting: OFF.
”
This is ideal for the users to use while
sleeping.
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6. remote control display indicator
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1
13
2
3
4
14
15
16
5
17
6
7
8
9
18
19
20
10
21
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Transmission Indicator
X-Fan display
Repellent display (optional)
I Feel display
WIFI display (optional)
Temp display - Outside
Temp display - Room
Temperature display
Clock display
Timer-On display
Mode display
Transmission Indicator
Displays when the remote control
transmits signals to the indoor unit.
X-fan display
Displays when X-Fan function is enabled.
For models without X-Fan button,
to enabled X-Fan funtion you need
press Mode and Eco buttons at the
same time.
repellent display
Displays when Repellent function is
enabled.
There is no such indicator for the
models without Repellent function.
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14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Fan Speed display
Turbo display
Eco display
Healthy display (optional)
Swing display
°C/°F display
Light display
Timer set display
Lock display
Timer-Off display
i feel display
Displays when I Feel function is enabled.
WIFI display
Displays when the WIFI function is
activated by pressing Turbo and Mode
buttons at the same time.
Press the buttons for 10 seconds,
remote control send WIFI reset
code and active the WIFI fuction.
Temp display
Displays when the temperature shown on
the LCD screen is room temperature or
outside. It can be switched by pressing
the Temp button.
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Temperature display
Displays the room or set temperature in
°C or °F.
clock display
Displays when Clock function is enabled.
For models without Clock button,
to enabled Clock funtion you need
press Mode and Temp buttons at
the same time.
TIMER-on display
Displays when the Timer-On function is
enabled.
Mode display
Displays the current selected mode.
Including AUTO, DRY, FAN, DRY and
HEAT.
fan speed display
Displays the selected fan speed: AUTO,
LOW, MED and HIGH. Nothing displays
when the fan speed is selected in AUTO
speed. When AUTO or DRY Mode
is selected, there will be no signals
displayed.
turbo display
Displays when Turbo function is enabled.
eco display
11 healthy display
Displays when Healthy function is enabled.
There is no such indicator for the
models without Healthy function.
swing display
Displays when Swing function is enabled.
°C/°F display
Displays when °C or °F mode is selected.
Turn the remote control off and the °C/°F
can be switched by pressing Mode and
DOWN buttons at the same time.
light display
Displays when Light function is enabled.
timer display
Displays the Clock time (must be set) and/
or the on/off time of the timer.
lock display
Displays when Lock function is enabled.
Press Mode and Fan buttons at
the same time, you can lock and
unlock the remote control.
TIMER-off display
Displays when the Timer-Off function is
enabled.
Displays when Eco function is enabled.
7. First use
1.Ensure the unit is plugged in and power
is available.
2.Be sure the batteries are inserted
correctly in the remote control (the
lights on the remote control will be on).
3.Point the remote control to the indoor
unit and press ON/OFF button to turn
the unit on.
4.Set the time by Control buttons and
confirm by pressing the Clock button.
• In case of energy cut off or
product shut down when
removing the power cord,
or even when changing the
remote control batteries the
microprocessor will return back
to the AUTO mode.
• The default operating mode
is AUTO. Once you select the
operating mode with remote
control, the operating conditions
will be saved in the indoor unit’s
microcomputer memory. The
next time the air conditioner will
start operating under the same
conditions when you simply push
the ON/OFF button of the remote
control.
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8. how to use the remote control
Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is available. The OPERATION indicator on
the display panel of the indoor unit illuminates.
Automatic Operation
A
C
B
1.Press the ON/OFF button (A) to start
the air conditioner.
2.Press the MODE button (B) to select
Auto.
3.Press the UP/DOWN button (C) to
set the desired temperature. The
temperature can be set within a range
of 16ºC/61ºF~30ºC/88ºF in 1ºC/1ºF
increments. (20ºC/68ºF~28ºC/82ºF for
Egypt models only)
4.Press the ON/OFF button (A) to turn
the air conditioner off.
• In the Auto mode, the air
conditioner can logically choose
the mode of Cooling, Fan,
Heating and Dehumidifying
by sensing the difference
between the actual ambient
room temperature and the set
temperature on the remote
controller.
• In the Auto mode, the fan speed
can be switched.
• If the Auto mode is not
comfortable for you, the desired
mode can be selected manually.
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13 Dehumidifying Operation
1.Press the ON/OFF button (A) to start
the air conditioner.
2.Press the MODE button (B) to select
DRY mode.
3.Press the UP/DOWN button (C) to
set the desired temperature. The
temperature can be set within a range
of 16ºC/61ºF~30ºC/88ºF in 1ºC/1ºF
increments. (20ºC/68ºF~28ºC/82ºF for
Egypt models only)
4.Press the ON/OFF button (A) to turn
the air conditioner off.
• In the Dehumidifying mode, you
can not switch the fan speed. It
has already been automatically
set at low speed.
• In the Dehumidifying mode, Turbo
fuction can not be available.
A
C
B
Cooling/Heating/Fan Operation
A
C
B
D
1.Press the ON/OFF button (A) to start
the air conditioner.
2.Press the MODE button (B) to select
COOL, HEAT or FAN mode.
3.Press the UP/DOWN button (C) to
set the desired temperature. The
temperature can be set within a range
of 16ºC/61ºF~30ºC/88ºF in 1ºC/1ºF
increments.(20ºC/68ºF~28ºC/82ºF for
Egypt models only)
4.Press the FAN SPEED button (D) to
select the fan speed in four steps Auto, Low, Med, or High.
5.Press the ON/OFF button (A) to turn
the air conditioner off.
There is no Heating operation
available for Cooling only models.
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Swing Operation
A
1.When press the button (A) once and
quickly, the air flow direction setting
feature of the louver is activated. The
moving angle of the louver is 6º for
each press. Keep pressing the button
to move the louver to the desired
position.
2.If keep pressing the SWING button
without releasing for 2 more seconds,
the auto swing feature of the louver is
activated. The horizontal louver would
swing up/down automatically. Press it
again to stop.
When the louver swing or move
to a position which would affect
the cooling and heating effect
of the air conditioner, it would
automatically change the swing/
moving direction.
Timer Operation
Press the TIMER ON button (A) can set
the auto-on time of the unit. And press the
TIMER OFF button (B) can set the auto-off
time of the unit.
To set the Auto-on time.
A
B
1.Press the TIMER ON button. The
will flash on the display
signal
in case of the first use of Timer-On
operation. Otherwise, the last set time
will flash. Now it is ready to reset the
Auto-on time to START the operation.
2.Push the UP/DOWN button to set
desired Auto-on time. Each time you
press the button, the time increases
in 1 minutes increments, holding the
button down will scroll more rapidly
through the time display.
3.Press the TIMER ON button again to
”
confirm the set time. The signal “
will stay on the display.
4.To cancel settings, press the TIMER
ON button again. Make sure the signal
” on the display is turned off.
“
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To set the Auto-off time.
1.Press the TIMER OFF button. The
will flash on the
signal
display in case of the first use of TimerOn operation. Otherwise, the last set
time will flash. Now it is ready to reset
the Auto-off time to TURN OFF the
operation.
2.Push the UP/DOWN button to set
desired Auto-off time. Each time you
press the button, the time increases
in 1 minutes increments, holding the
button down will scroll more rapidly
through the time display.
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”
confirm the set time. The signal “
will stay on the display.
4.To cancel settings, press the TIMER
OFF button again. Make sure the signal
” on the display is turned off.
“
• The working time of the timer
function set by the remote control
depends on the Clock time.
Check that the Clock on the
remote control is set correctly in
order to prevent malfunctioning.
• The effective operation time set
by the remote control is limited in
24 hours.
Examples of Timer Settings
TIMER ON (Auto-on Operation)
1.Press the Timer-Off button.
2.Set the desired time by pressing
This function is recommended when
repeatedly or holding down the Control
you want the unit to be turned on
buttons until 23:55 shows in the display
automatically before returning home. The
of the remote control.
air conditioner will automatically start
operating at the set time.
3.Confirm the set time by pointing the
remote control to the indoor unit and
Example:
pressing again the Timer-Off button.
It is 8:00 AM and you want the air
” symbol will stay on the remote
“
conditioner to start working at 6:00 PM.
control’s display. The Timer indicator
1.Press the Timer-On button.
on the display panel of indoor unit is
illuminated.
2.Set the desired time by pressing
repeatedly or holding down the Control
buttons until 18:00 shows in the display COMBINED TIMER (Setting
of the remote control.
both ON and OFF timers
3.Confirm the set time by pointing the
simultaneously)
remote control to the indoor unit and
pressing again the Timer-On button.
” symbol will stay on remote
“
TIMER OFF → TIMER ON (On
control’s display. The Timer indicator
→ Stop → Start operation)
on the display panel of indoor unit is
This feature is useful when you want to
illuminated.
stop the air conditioner after you go to
TIMER OFF (Auto-off Operation) bed, and start it again in the morning
when you wake up or when you return
This function is recommended when
home.
you want the unit to be turned off
automatically for bed time. The air
Example:
conditioner will automatically stop
It is 8:00 AM and you want to stop the
operating at the set time.
air conditioner at 9:30AM and restart at
Example:
6:00PM.
Example: It is 6:00 PM and you want the
1.Press the Timer-Off button.
Air Conditioner to turn off at 11:55 PM.
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2.Set the desired time by pressing
repeatedly or holding down the UP/
DOWN buttons until 09:30 shows in the
display of the remote control.
3.Confirm the set time by pointing the
remote control to the indoor unit and
pressing again the Timer-Off button.
4.Press the Timer-On button.
5.Set the desired time by pressing
repeatedly or holding down the UP/
DOWN buttons until 18:00 shows in the
display of the remote control.
6.Confirm the set time by pointing the
remote control to the indoor unit and
pressing again the Timer-On button. “
” and “
” symbol is displayed on
the remote control and the function is
activated.
TIMER ON → TIMER OFF
(Off → Start → Stop operation)
This feature is useful when you want to
start the air conditioner before you wake
up and stop it after you leave the house.
Example:
It is 10:00 PM and you want to start the
air conditioner at 6:30 AM and stop it at
9:30 AM.
1.Press the Timer-On button.
2.Set the desired time by pressing
repeatedly or holding down the UP/
DOWN buttons until 06:30 shows in the
display of the remote control.
3.Confirm the set time by pointing the
remote control to the indoor unit and
pressing again the Timer-On button.
4.Press the Timer-Off button.
5.Set the desired time by pressing
repeatedly or holding down the UP/
DOWN buttons until 18:00 shows in the
display of the remote control.
6.Confirm the set time by pointing the
remote control to the indoor unit and
pressing again the Timer-Off button.
” and “
” symbol is displayed
“
on the remote control and the function
is activated.
Setting the Clock
A
B
Before you start operating the air
conditioner, set the clock of the remote
control using the procedure given in this
section. The clock panel on the remote
control will display the time regardless of
whether the air conditioner is in operation
or not. After batteries are inserted in the
will display and
remote control,
begin to flash.
1.Press the UP/DOWN buttons to set the
desired time.
2.When the desired time is achieved,
press the Clock button again or after 5
seconds with no operation, the clock
time stops flashing and the clock is set.
3.Press the Clock button and the clock
display will start to flash. Follow step 1
and 2 to set the new time.
For models without Clock button,
to enabled Clock funtion you need
press Mode and Temp buttons at
the same time.
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17 Eco(Sleep) Operation
A
When you press the Eco/Sleep button
(A), the economic running function will
be activated, the set temperature will
increase(cooling) or decrease(heating)
by 1ºC(1ºF) over the next 1 hour and by
another 1ºC(1ºF) after an additional 1 hour.
This new temperature will be maintained
for 5 hours before it returns to the
originally selected temperature.
The Eco/Sleep function is only
available under Cooling, Heating
and AUTO operation.
I Feel Operation
A
When you press the I Feel button (A), the I
Feel function will be activated, the remote
control works as a remote thermostat,
providing an accurate temperature control
and maximum comfort. The remote
control sends the temperature information
at its location to the indoor unit every
ten (10) minutes. The air conditioner will
quit I Feel operation if no temperature
information is received from the remote
control for successive eleven (11) minutes.
Healthy Operation (optional)
A
Press the Healthy button (A) to active
the Active Plasma fuction. The Active
Plasma generator releases plasma which
can eliminate bacteria, viruses, dusts
and other harmful agents in the air. This
function is recommended when the indoor
air quality is in bad condition.
Repellent Operation (optional)
In Cool and Dry mode, press the Repellent
button (A) to active the Repellent fuction.
A
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X-fan Operation
A
In Cool and Dry mode, press the X-Fan
button (A) to active the X-Fan fuction.
Press the X-Fan button to active the
Self-Cleaning. After the unit is turned off
the indoor fan will continue operation for
2 minutes to dry the indoor unit prevent
from bacteria and mildew growing.
For models without X-Fan button,
to enabled X-Fan function you
need press Mode and Eco buttons
at the same time.
8°C(46°F) Heating Operation
A
B
In Heat mode, press Mode button (A)
and Light button (B) at the same time
to enable 8°C(46°F) Heating operation.
The temperature set “8°C(46°F)” will be
shown, press Mode button (A) and Light
button (B) at the same time again to quit
the operation.
• In 8°C(46°F) Heating function, fan
speed will set in AUTO mode and
can not be changed.
• In 8°C(46°F) Heating function,
current temperature set can not be
changed.
• 8°C(46°F) Heating function and
Eco function can not coexist.
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9. How to use the indoor unit
1.Adjust the air flow direction properly
otherwise it might cause discomfort
or cause uneven room temperatures.
2.Adjust the horizontal louver using the
remote controller.
3.Adjust the vertical louver manually.
Vertical louver
To set the vertical air flow (Up-Down) direction
Perform this function while the unit is
in operation. Use the remote controller
to adjust the air flow direction. The
horizontal louver can be moved at a
range of 6º for each press, or swing up
and down automatically.
To set the horizontal air flow
direction (left - right)
Range
Move the vertical louver manually to
adjust the air flow in the direction you
prefer.
Range
WARNING!
• Do not operate the air
conditioner for long periods
with the air flow direction
set downward in cooling or
dehumidifying mode. Otherwise,
condensation may occur on the
surface of the horizontal louver
causing moisture to drop on to
the floor or on furnishings.
• When the air conditioner is
started immediately after it
was stopped, the horizontal
louver might not move for
approximately 10 seconds.
Louver in closed position.
IMPORTANT!
Do not put your fingers into the panel
of blower and suction side. The highspeed fan inside may cause danger.
• Open angle of the horizontal louver
should not be set too small, as
COOLING or HEATING performance
may be impaired due to too restricted
air flow area.
• Do not move the horizontal louver
manually, otherwise the horizontal
louver will be out of sync. Please
cease operating, unplug power for
a few seconds, then restart the air
conditioner.
• Do not operate unit with horizontal
louver in closed position.
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10. Operating Temperature
Operating temperature ranges
Model climate Type
Ambient temperature (Cooling)
Ambient temperature (Heating)
T1
T3
18°C~43°C
18°C~52°C
-7°C~24°C
-7°C~24°C
Important!
1.Optimum performance will be achieved
within these operating temperatures.
If air conditioner is used outside of
the above conditions, certain safety
protection features might come into
operation and cause the unit to function
abnormally.
2.If the air conditioner runs for a long
time in cooling mode and the humidity
is high(over 80%), condensed water
may drip out of the unit. Please sets the
vertical air flow louver to its maximum
angle (vertically to the floor), and set
HIGH fan mode.
Suggestion:
For the unit adopts an Electric Heater,
when the outside ambient temperature is
below 0ºC(32ºF), we strongly recommend
you to keep the machine plugged in order
to guarantee it running smoothly.
11. EMERGENCY OPERATION
Manual control button
Manual control button
Units are equipped with a switch to run
emergency operation mode. It can be
accessed by opening the front panel.
This switch is used for manual operation
in case the remote controller fails to work
or maintenance necessary.
1.Open and lift the front panel up to
an angle until it remains fixed with a
clicking sound.
2.One press of the manual control
switch will lead to the forced AUTO
operation. If press the switch twice
within five seconds, the unit will
operate under forced COOL operation.
3.Close the panel firmly to its original
position.
• The unit must be turned off
before operating the manual
control button. If the unit is
operational, continue pressing
the manual control button until
the unit is off.
• This switch is used for testing
purposes only. You had better
not choose it.
• To restore the remote controller
operation, use the remote
controller directly.
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21 12. Optimal Operation
To achieve optimal performance, please
note the following:
• Adjust the air flow direction correctly so
that it is not forwards people.
• Adjust the temperature to achieve the
highest comfort level. Do not adjust the
unit to excessive temperature levels.
• Close doors and windows on COOL or
HEAT modes, or performance may be
reduced.
• Use TIMER ON button on the remote
controller to select a time you want to
start your air conditioner.
• Do not put any object near air inlet or
air outlet, as the efficiency of the air
conditioner may be reduced and the air
conditioner may stop running.
• Clean the air filter periodically, otherwise
cooling or heating performance may be
reduced.
• Do not operate unit with horizontal
louvre in closed position.
13. Cleaning and Maintenance
13.1 Before Mainatenance
13.3 Cleaning the Filters
Turn the system off before cleaning. To
clean, wipe with a soft, dry cloth. Do not
use bleach or abrasives.
WARNING!
Power supply must be disconnectd
before cleaning the indoor unit.
• A cloth dampened with cold
water may be used on the indoor
unit if it is very dirty. Then wipe it
with a dry cloth.
• Do not use a chemically treated
cloth or duster to clean the unit.
• Do not use benzine, thinner,
polishing powder, or similar
solvents for cleaning. These may
cause the plastic surface to crack
or deform.
• Never use water hotter than
40ºC/104ºF to clean the front
panel, it could cause deformation
of discoloration.
A clogged air filter reduces the cooling
efficiency of this unit. Please clean the filter
once every 2 weeks.
13.2 Cleaning the Unit
Wipe the unit with a soft dry cloth only. If
the unit is very dirty, wipe it with a cloth
soaked in warm water.
Panel Bracket
1.Lift the indoor unit front panel up to an
angle until it stops with a full support
from the bracket.
Dust filter handle
2.Hold the dust flter handle and lift it
up slightly to take it out from the filter
holder.
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5.Install the air freshening filter back into
position.
3.Then pull the dust filter downwards out
of the indoor unit.
6.Insert the upper portion of air filter back
into the unit, taking care that the left
and right edges line up correctly and
place filter into position.
Dust filter
13.4 Cleaning the air outlet and
the panel
Clean the Dust filter with a vacuum
cleaner or water,then dry it up in cool
place.
Dust filter
Healthy filter
4.The healthy air freshening filter (if
applicable) like Active carbon
filter / BIO filter / Vitamin Cfilter /
Silver ion filter are fixed onthe
dust filte.
• Remove the healthy filter from the
support frame of the dust filter.
• Clean the healthy filter at least
every 3 months and replace every 6
months.
• Clean with vacuum cleaner if
possible.
1.Use a dry and soft cloth to wipe it.
2.Pure water or mild detergent may be
used if it is very dirty.
WARNING!
• Do not use benzene, thinner,
polishing power, or similar
solvents for cleaning. These may
cause the surface tocrack or
deform.
• To avoid the risk of electrical
shock or fire, do not let water fall
into the indoor unit.
• Never wipe the air flow louver
violently.
• An air conditioner without air
filter can not expel the dust out
of the room, which would cause
malfunctions by accumulation.
13.5 Replacement the filters
1.Remove the air filter.
2.Remove the air freshening filter.
3.Install a new air freshening filter.
4.Reinstall the air filter and securely close
the front panel.
13.6 Preparation for extended
non-operation
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If you plan to idle the unit for a long time,
perform the following:
1.Clean the indoor unit and filters.
2.Operate the fan for about half a day to
dry the inside of the unit.
3.Stop the air conditioner and disconnect
power.
4.Remove the batteries from the remote
controller. The outdoor unit requires
periodic maintenance and cleaning. Do
not attempt to do this yourself. Contact
your dealer or service provider.
13.7 Pre-season inspection
1.Check that the wiring is not broken off
or disconnected.
2.Clean the indoor unit and filters.
3.Check that the air filter is installed.
4.Check if the air outlet or inlet is blocked
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used for a long time.
WARNING!
• Do not touch the metal parts of
the unit when removing the filter.
Injuries can occur when handling
sharp metal edges.
• Do not use water to clean inside
the air conditioner. Exposure to
water can destroy the insulation,
leading to possible electric
shock.
• When cleaning the unit, first
make sure that the power and
circuit breaker are turned off.
• Do not wash air filter with hot
water at more than 40ºC/104ºF.
Shake off moisture completely
and dry it in the shade. Do not
expose it directly to the sun, it
may shrink.
14. Operation Tips
The following events may occur during
normal operation.
1.Protection of the air conditioner
Compressor protection
• The compressor can’t restart for
3-4 minutes after it stops.
Anti-cold air (Cooling and heating
models only)
• The unit is designed not to blow cold air
on HEAT mode, when the indoor heat
exchanger is in one of the following
three situations and the set temperature
has not been reached.
A) When heating has just started.
B) Defrosting.
C) Low temperature heating.
• The indoor or outdoor fan stop running
when defrosting (Cooling and heating
models only).
Defrosting (Cooling and heating
models only)
• Frost may be generated on the outdoor
unit during heat cycle when outdoor
temperature is low and humidity is high
resulting in lower heating efficiency of
the air conditioner.
• During this condition air conditioner
will stop heating operation and start
defrosting automatically.
• The time to defrost may vary from 4 to
10 minutes according to the outdoor
temperature and the amount of frost
built up on the outdoor unit.
2.A white mist coming out from the
indoor unit
• A white mist may generate due to a
large temperature difference between
air inlet and air outlet on COOL mode in
an indoor environment that has a high
relative humidity.
• A white mist may generate due to
moisture generated from defrosting
process when the air conditioner
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restarts in HEAT mode operation after
defrosting.
3.Low noise of the air conditioner
• You may hear a low hissing sound
when the compressor is running or has
just stopped running. It is the sound of
the refrigerant flowing or coming to a
stop.
• You can also hear a low “squeak”
sound when the compressor is running
or has just stopped running. This is
caused by heat expansion and cold
contraction of the plastic parts in the
unit when the temperature is changing.
• A noise may be heard due to louver
restoring to its original position when
power is turned on.
4.Dust is blown out from the indoor
unit
This is a normal condition when the air
conditioner has not been used for a
long time or during first use of the unit.
5.A peculiar smell comes out from
the indoor unit
This is caused by the indoor unit giving
off smells permeated from building
material, from furniture, or smoke.
6.The air conditioner turns to FAN
only mode from COOL or HEAT
(For cooling and heating models
only) mode
When indoor temperature reaches the
temperature setting on air conditioner,
the compressor will stop automatically,
and the air conditioner turns to FAN
only mode. The compressor will start
again when the indoor temperature
rises on COOL mode or falls on HEAT
mode (For cooling and heating models
only) to the set point.
7.The air conditioner runs Antimildew function after turning off the
unit.
When turning off the unit under
COOL(AUTO COOL, FORCED COOL)
and DRY mode, the air conditioner
will run Anti-mildew function for
7-10 minutes, if turns off on HEAT
mode, the unit will continue operating
for about 30 seconds at LOW fan
speed, then stop the operation and turn
off the unit automatically.
Dripping water may generate on the
surface of the indoor unit when cooling
in a high relatively humidity (relative
humidity higher than 80%). Adjust the
horizontal louver to the maximum air
outlet position and select HIGH fan
speed.
8.Heating mode (For cooling and
heating models only)
The air conditioner draws in heat
from the outdoor unit and releases
it via the indoor unit during heating
operation. When the outdoor
temperature falls, heat drawn in by the
ai conditioner decreases accordingly.
At the same time, heat loading of
the air conditioner increases due to
larger difference between indoor and
outdoor temperature. If a comfortable
temperature can’t be achieved by the
air conditioner, we suggest you use a
supplementary heating device.
9.Auto-restart function
• Power failure during operation will stop
the unit completely.
• For the unit without Auto-restart
feature, when the power restores, the
OPERATION indicator on the indoor
unit starts flashing. To restart the
operation, push the ON/OFF button on
the remote controller. For the unit with
Auto-restart feature, when the power
restores, the unit restarts automatically
with all the previous settings preserved
by the memory function.
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25 15. Troubleshooting
OPERATION (RUN) indicator
or other indicators continue
flashing.
If one of the following code
appears on the display area:
C5, F0, F1, F2, E1, E5, E8,
H3, H6 or U8
Trouble
Fuse blows frequently or circuit
breaker trips frequently.
Other objects or water fall into
the air conditioner.
Terrible odors are smelled or
abnormal sounds are heard.
Unit not
cooling or
heating
(Cooling/
heating
models only)
room very
well while air
flowing out
from the air
conditioner
Stop the air conditioner immediately,
disconnect the power and contact
the nearest customer service center.
H1 code appears on the
display area.
It is normal. The unit is in defrosting
operation and heating will
recommence soon.
AL code appears on the
display area.
It is normal. The unit is in X-fan
operation.
Malfunctions
Unit does not
start
The unit may stop operation
or continue to run in a safety
condition(depending on models).
Waiting for about 10 minutes,
the fault may be recovered
automatically, if not, disconnect the
power and then connect it in again.
If the problem still exists, disconnect
the power and contact the nearest
customer service center.
Cause
What should be done?
Power cut
Wait for power to be restored.
Unit may have become
Unplugged.
Check that plug is securely in wall
receptacle.
Fuse may have blown.
Replace the fuse.
Battery in Remote controller
may have been exhausted.
Replace the battery.
The time you have set with
timer is incorrect.
Wait or cancel timer setting.
Inappropriate temperature
setting.
Set temperature correctly. For
detailed method please refer to
“Using remote control” section.
Air filter is blocked.
Clean the air filter.
Doors or Windows are open.
Close the doors or windows.
Air inlet or outlet of indoor
or outdoor unit has been
blocked.
Clear obstructions away first, then
restart the unit.
Compressor 3 minutes
protection has been activated.
Wait
If the trouble has not been corrected, please contact a local dealer or the nearest
customer service center. Be sure to inform them of the detailed malfunctions and unit
model number. Do not attempt to repair the unit yourself. Always consult an authorized
service provider.
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16. Correct Disposal of this product
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with other
household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or
human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the
sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use the return
and collection systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They
can take this product for environmental safe recycling.
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