Sharp | AFQ80VX | Use and Care Manual | Sharp AFQ80VX Use and Care Manual

AF-Q60VX
AF-Q80VX
FOR YOUR PROTECTION ............................... 2
CONSUMER LIMITED WARRANTY ................ 3
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CHECK WINDOW AREA .............................. 4
LOCATION.................................................... 4
ACCESSORIES ............................................ 5
SUGGESTED TOOLS .................................. 5
INSTALLATION............................................. 6
PRECAUTIONS ................................................ 9
USING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER .................. 11
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ................... 16
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE ................. 17
This INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL explains the proper use of your new Sharp Air Conditioner.
Read these instructions carefully before installing or operating your air conditioner. The INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION MANUAL should be kept in a safe place for handy reference.
AF-Q60VX AF-Q80VX
15%
AF-Q60VX AF-Q80VX
68
must be 13 1/4 " (337mm)
Window
sash seal
Top mounting rail
Foam top
window gasket
Right
accordion
panel
Left
accordion
panel
Top mounting rail
seal strip
Type A (4)
Remote Control
Type B (6)
Window locking
bracket (1)
Use protective material to prevent damage to
the surface.
.
FIG. 1
holes
Secure the top rail to the unit with 4
Type A Screws as shown in in FIG 2.
FIG. 2
3
Now that you have installed the top rail, you can
now install the accordion panels on each side.
A. Place the air conditioner on a hard flat surface.
upper guide rail
flexible screen
B. Locate the accordion panels in the box.
C. Gently pull the free end of the accordion panel
(See FIG. 3). Do this for both panels.
lower guide rails
D. Slide the free end of the accordion panel into the
slot on the the side panel of the air conditioner
(See FIG. 3). Do this for each side. The accordian
panel labeled “LEFT” goes on the left side of the
air conditioner as you are facing the control panel.
The accordion panel labeled “RIGHT” is should be
installed on the right side.
FIG. 3
E. Once the accordion panels are slid into place, make sure you leave enough space to slip
on the top and bottom rails. Now, slide the top and bottom of the side panels inside top
and bottom rails. Adjust the panels until they fit securely inside the rails.
Keeping a firm grip on the air conditioner carefully place the unit into the window opening so the bottom of the air conditioner frame is against the window sill. Carefully close
the window behind the top rail of the unit.
Extend the side panels out against the window frame.
Front
Side
Horizontal or inclined about 3°
Upper guide rail
Lower guide rail
Window frame
6
Use 5 Type B screws to secure the frame
of the flexible screen to the window frame
and sash.
Window frame
windowsill
Plastic window
7
8
To secure the sash in place, attaché the
right angle window lock with a Type B
screw as shown.
Cut Foam Seal to same width as window.
Insert foam strip in the space between the
upper and lower sashes.
Wooden window
Sealing strip
( without adhesive)
USING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
Electronic Control Panel & Remote Control
CONTROL PANEL
NOTE: This display always shows the room temperature in Fan Mode except when setting the Set temperature or
the Timer
Light indicates the unit
is in the temperature or
delay time Set mode.
2
Temp
Time
3 4
Set
8
Filter check
7
Timer
1
Power
Cool
Auto
Energy Saver
High
Fan Only
Med
Dry
Low
Mode
Fan
Speed
indicatorfan
5
6
Air Conditioner Controls
1. Power Button: Turns the air conditioner on
and off
2. Digital Display: Under ON status without timer
setting, the operation mode is Auto, Cool,
Energy Saver or Dry mode, and the set
temperature will be displayed. Under ON status
without timer setting, the operation mode is fan
mode and the ambient temperature will be
displayed. Time will be displayed under timer
setting or timer preview.
3. Temperature Set: Use these buttons on the
control panel and remote to increase or
decrease the Set Temperature (the desired
room temperature) in cooling, energy saver and
dry mode. The SET light will light up when
setting the temperature
4. Timer Set: Use these buttons on the control
panel and remote to set the Timer. Each press
of the Timer (DELAY) buttons will increase or
decrease the timer. For timer instructions
see #7.
5. Fan Speed & Auto Fan: Use the fan speed
buttons to change the fan speed. Choose
between Low, Medium, High, and Auto.
6. Mode Button: Press the mode button to cycle
through the various modes: Cooling, Energy
Saver, Fan only, Dry (Dehumidifier) and Auto.
7. Auto-on Timer: When the air conditioner is
off, it can be set to automatically turn on in
0.5-24 hours at the previous set mode and fan
setting. To set the Auto-on Timer, press the
USING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
Light indicates the unit
is in the temperature or
delay time Set mode.
2
Temp
Time
3 4
Set
8
Filter check
7
Timer
Cool
Auto
Energy Saver
High
Fan Only
Med
Dry
1
Power
Mode
indicatorfan
Low
Fan
Speed
5
6
TIMER button on the unit or remote control.
The timer can be set in 0.5 hour increments
below 10 hours and in 1 hour increments for
10 hours or above. The Set light will turn on
while setting.
Auto-off Timer: When the air conditioner is
on, it can be set to automatically turn off in
0.5-24 hours. To set the Auto-off Timer, press
the TIMER button on the unit or remote
control. The timer can be set in 0.5 hour
increments below 10 hours and in 1 hour
increments for 10 hours or above. The SET
light will turn on while setting.
• To see the remaining time, press the TIMER
Button. To change the timer setting use the
▲/▼ on the unit or the +/- buttons on the
remote.
• During preview of timer or timer setting,
press Timer button on the panel or remote
8. Filter Check: After the fan rotates for 250 total
hours, the filter check light will turn on to
remind the user to clean the filter. Press the
Filter check button once the filter is cleaned to
reset the reminder function.
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Remote Control
1. ON/OFF - Press the ON/OFF button to turn the A/C
on or off. When the unit is turned off, the Timer and
sleep functions will be cancelled. The set temperature will be saved.
2. MODE - Press the MODE button to change the
operating mode. You can choose AUTO, COOL,
SAVE (energy saver), FAN only, or Dry
(Dehumidifier). The temperature will not be
displayed when AUTO mode is selected.
3. “—” - Press the “-” button to decrease the
temperature when the unit is on. Press and hold
the “-” button for more than 2 seconds to quickly
cycle through the temperature options. Stop
pressing the button when the desired temperature
is displayed. The temperature cannot be set in auto
mode. Temperature range: 61°F - 86°F.
4. “+” - Press the “+” button to increase the temperature when the unit is on. Press and hold the “+”
button for more than 2 seconds to quickly cycle
through the temperature options. Stop pressing the
button when the desired temperature is displayed.
The temperature cannot be set in auto mode.
Temperature range: 61°F - 86°F.
5. FAN - Press the FAN button to turn change the
FAN options. You can choose between four
speeds and auto mode. The fourth fan option is
only available in cooling and energy saver modes.
6. IFEEL MODE - Press the IFEEL button to change
the thermostat sensor from the air conditioner to
the remote location. The air conditioner will cool
the area depending on the location and set
temperature of the remote control. Take the remote
control with you so the air conditioner cools the
room to your location. The Remote must be in line
of site of the A/C for iFeel to operate correctly.
7. SLEEP MODE - Press the SLEEP button to turn
SLEEP mode on or off. SLEEP mode is set to off
automatically. When SLEEP mode is selected the
timer can be adjusted. SLEEP mode is not available in Fan or Auto mode. Sleep mode automatically reduces set temperature by 2°F after one
hour and 4°F after two hours. This feature limits
compressor usage and in turn enhances energy
saving while you are sleeping.
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8. TIMER - Press the TIMER button when the unit
is off to set up the Auto-on timer. The Auto-on
time can be set between .5 - 24 hours. The
icons “T-ON” and “H” will flash for 5 seconds.
Start selecting the time using the “+” and “-”
buttons before the icons stop flashing. The time
will increase/decrease in .5 hour increments
with each press of the “+” or “-” buttons. To
cancel the Auto-on time, manually press the
ON/OFF button to turn the unit on. Press the
TIMER button when the unit is on to set up the
Auto-off timer. The Auto-off time can be set
between .5 – 24 hours. The icons “TOFF” and
“H” will flash for 5 seconds. Start selecting the
time using the “+” and “-” buttons before the
icons stop flashing. The time will
increase/decrease in .5 hour increments with
each press of the “+” or “-” buttons. To cancel
the Auto-off time, manual press the ON/OFF
button to turn the unit off. Once the Auto-on or
Auto-off time is set, the “T-On” or “T-Off” and
“H” will blink for 2 seconds. After 2 seconds the
set temperature will be delayed.
9. LOCK/UNLOCK - Press the “+” and “—”
buttons simultaneously to lock and unlock the
remote control. When the remote is locked,
none of the functions or setting can be changed
using the remote.
10. F° or C° - To switch between the F° or C°
settings, press the MODE and “—” buttons at
the same time.
11. ENERGY SAVER MODE - When the unit is in
energy saver mode, the Energy Saver light will
turn on. In Energy Saver mode, the unit will
turn-off once the room is cooled to the user set
temperature. The fan will also be off at this
point. The unit will turn back on when the room
temperature rises above the user set temperature.
12. AUTO MODE - The unit chooses between A/C,
Dehumidifier, and fan mode based on the
current room temperature
Battery Size: AAA - NOTE: Do not mix old and new
batteries or different types of AAA batteries.
USING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
• Freezing Conditions: This is a cooling only air
conditioner. It is not designed for freezing
outdoor conditions. It must not be used in
freezing outdoor conditions.
• Remote Control: To ensure proper operation
when using the remote control, aim the remote
directly at the signal receiver on the air conditioner.
~ The remote control has a signal range up to
20 feet.
~ Make sure nothing is blocking the remote
control signal from being received by the air
conditioner.
~ Make sure the batteries are installed correctly
and still have power.
• Cooling Mode: Use the COOL mode at Low,
Medium, High, or Auto Fan speed when cooling
is needed. Use the temperature ▲/▼ buttons to
set the desired temperature between 64°F and
86°F.
~ Once the temperature is set, the compressor
will cycle on and off to keep the room
temperature at the set temperature level. The
lower the set thermostat temperature, the
cooler the room will become. The higher the
set thermostat temperature, the warmer the
room will become.
~ For Normal Cooling - Set the Mode to Cool
and the Fan to High or Med with the termperature set in the middle.
~ For Maximum Cooling - Set the Mode to Cool
and the Fan to High with a lower set temperature.
~ For Quieter & Nighttime Cooling - Set the
Mode to Cool and the Fan to Low with the
temperature set in the middle.
NOTE: If the air conditioner is off and is then
turned on while set to a Cool setting or if
turned from a fan setting to a Cool setting, it
may take approximately 3 minutes for the
compressor to start and cooling to begin.
• Energy Saver Mode - Controls the Fan
On - The fan will cycle on and off with the
compressor. This results in wider variations of
room temperature and humidity. Normally
used with the room is unoccupied. NOTE:
The fan may continue to run for a short time
after the compressor cycles off.
Off - The fan runs all the time in fan or
cooling mode.
• Fan Only Mode: Use Fan Only mode at Low,
Med, or High fan speed to provide air circulation
and filtering without cooling. Since fan only
setting does not provide cooling, a Set temperature cannot be entered. The room temperature
will appear in the display.
NOTE: Auto Fan Speed cannot be used in Fan
Only mode.
• Loss of Power Protection: If power to the air
conditioner is lost or interrupted, the air conditioner will automatically re-start in the setting
last used prior to power loss. If the Timer was
set to automatically turn the air conditioner off or
on, it will resume countdown at the amount time
left prior to power loss. You may need to set a
new time if desired.
• Air Direction: Use the lever on the front air
vents to adjust the direction of the airflow. You
can direct the airflow left, right, up or down. The
lever is located on the right side of the air vent.
Fan direction adjusting rod
Air outlet frame
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