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USER'S MANUAL
Window-type Room Air Conditioner (Cooling)
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Safety Precautions
The following safety precautions must be taken when using your air conditioner.
Risk of electric shock. • Can cause injury or death. • Disconnect all
remote electric power supplies before servicing, installing or cleaning.
• This must be done by the manufacturer or its service agent or a similar
qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
WARNING
DURING OPERATION
DISPOSING OF THE UNIT
OTHERS
u
Users of this product are cautioned not to attempt repair of this product at their
own discretion. Instead, they are requested to directly contact a designated
service center or the outlet at which the product was purchased.
u
Never spill any kind of liquid into the unit. Should this happen, unplug or main
switch off the unit and contact an authorized service center.
u
Do not insert anything between the air outlet blades because the inner fan may
be damaged and could cause injury. Keep children away from the unit.
u
Do not place any obstacles in front of the unit.
u
Do not spray liquid of any kind into the indoor unit. Should this happen, switch off
the breaker used for your air conditioner and contact your installation specialist.
u
Make sure that the unit is correctly ventilated at all times:
Do not place clothing or other materials over it.
u
If the wireless remote control will not be used for a long time, remove the
batteries. (If applicable)
u
When using a wireless remote control, the distance should not be more than 7
meters from the air conditioner. (If applicable)
u
The air conditioner must be plugged into its own specific power source, which
must be installed in compliance with national wiring,earthing and safety
regulations.
u
If the power cord is damaged in any way, it must be replaced by the manufacturer
or its service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
u
This device must be installed according to the national electrical rules.
u
The appliance must be installation that the plug should be easily accessible
after installation.
u
If the fuse on PC board is broken please change it with the type of T 3.15A 250V.
u
The breaker of the air conditioner should be all-pole switch; and the distance
between its two contacts should be no less than 3.5mm. Such means for
disconnection must be incorporation in the fixed wiring.
u
Before throwing out the device, it is necessary to pull back the battery cells and
get rid of them safely for recycling reasons.
u
When you need to dispose of the unit, consult your dealer. If pipes are removed
incorrectly, refrigerant may blow out and come into contact with your skin,causing
injury. Releasing refrigerant into the atmosphere also damages the environments.
u
Please recycle or dispose of the packaging material for this product in an
environmentally responsible manner.
u
Never store or ship the air conditioner upside down or sideways to avoid damage
to the compressor.
u
The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without
supervision: Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
u
Max current is measured according to IEC standard for safety and current is
measured according to ISO standard for energy efficiency.
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Contents
PREPARING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
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Safety Precautions ........................................................................................
2
Air Conditioning Unit-Main Parts, Buttons and Display.................................
Remote Control-Buttons................................................................................
Getting Started ..............................................................................................
Inserting the Remote Control Batteries ........................................................
4
5
6
7
OPERATING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
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Cooling Your Room .......................................................................................
8
Airing Your Room ..........................................................................................
Removing Excess Humidity...........................................................................
Adjusting the Air Flow Direction Horizontally ................................................
Adjusting the Air Flow Direction Vertically ....................................................
9
10
11
11
PROGRAMMING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
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Setting the On Timer .....................................................................................
12
Setting the Off Timer .....................................................................................
Selecting Good Sleep mode ........................................................................
Selecting Energy saving mode......................................................................
13
14
15
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
Temperature and Humidity Ranges ..............................................................
15
Cleaning Your Air Conditioner.......................................................................
Solving Common Problems...........................................................................
16
17
INSTALLATION.............................................................................................
18
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CAUTION
“The high inrush current of the starting compressor motor can have adverse effects to
the operation of other equipment under unfavorable mains conditions. This equipment
does not comply with the relevant technical standards for the limitation of voltage
fluctuations and flicker.”
Before connection this equipment to the power supply system, please report to your
suply authority and obtain the consent.
Do not connect other electric appliances to the same supply lines.
AW18
The maximum permissible system impedance at the power junction box is 0.24 ohms.
Usually, the maximum permissible mains impedance will not be exceeded when the
branch to the power outlet is fed from a junction box with a rated current of 32A.
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Air Conditioning Unit - Main Parts, Buttons and Display
The design and shape are subject to
change according to the model.
Air Outlet
Inner air flow blades
(right/left orientation)
Air inlet (Inside)
Outer air flow blades
(up/down orientation)
The air filter is
located in side
Air inlet (Outside)
Ventilation lever
� The power plug may be not supplied
depending on the model.
Power plug
Temperature/
Timer setting
The type of the power plug
may differ according to the
type of local power supply.
Operating mode indicators
(COOL, DRY,FAN)
Good Sleep setting button
Temperature adjustment
buttons
Timer setting button
Energy Saver indicator
Timer indicator
Remote Control sensor
Good Sleep indicator
Operating mode selection
button (COOL,DRY, FAN)
Air flow blade
swing button
Fan speed adjustment
button
Energy Saver button
On/Off button
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Remote Control - Buttons
Timer setting button
Selecting Good Sleep
button
Operating mode
selection button
Temperature adjustment
button
Fan speed adjustment
button
Energy Saver button
Air flow blade swing button
On/Off button
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Getting Started
You have just purchased a window-type room air conditioner and it has been installed by your
installation specialist.
Your Owenr’s Instructions contain valuable information on using your air conditioner.
Please take the time to read them as they will help you take full advantage of the unit’s functions.
This Owner’s Instructions is just for using your air conditioner correctly.
Thus, the illustrations shown in this manual may not exactly match your air conditioners.
The booklet is organized as follows.
 The following figures are shown on pages 4 and 5:
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Air conditioning unit (main parts, buttons and display)
-
Remote control (buttons)
They will help you find the buttons and understand the symbols displayed.
 In the manual, you will find a series of step-by-step procedures for each function available.
The illustrations in the step-by-step procedures use four different symbols:
PRESS
PUSH


IMPORTANT
NOTE
Moreover,applicable, wherever the illustrations show the positions of the buttons on both the
remote control and the unit itself.
For the...
The illustrations have a...
Remote control
Gray background.
Example:
Unit itself
White background.
Example:
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Inserting the Remote Control Batteries
You must insert or replace the remote control batteries when:
You purchase the air conditioner
The remote control does not work correctly

Use two AAA, LR03 1.5V batteries. Do not use old
batteries or different kinds of batteries together.
Batteries may be completely discharged after 12 months,
even if they have not actually been used.
1
Push the battery cover on the rear of the remote control with your thumb in
the direction of the arrow and remove it.
2
Insert the two batteries,taking care to respect the polarities:
+ on the battery with + on the remote control
- on the battery with - on the remote control
3
Close the cover by sliding it back unitl it clicks into place.
Result: You can control all the functions your air conditioning unit
directly from your seat, using the remote control.
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Airing Your Room
If the atmosphere in your room is stale, you can air it using the Fan
feature and if necessary, evacuate the stale air outside.
1
If you wish to evacuate stale air outside, push the ventilation lever on the
).
front of the unit to the right and the open position (
Result:
The air inside the room circulates and stale air is evacuated
outside.
Otherwise, push the ventilation lever to the left and the closed
).
position (
Result:
The air simply circulates inside the room.
Remote Control
2
If necessary, press the
Result:
Control Panel
(On/Off) button.
The air conditioner starts up in the Cool mode.
The unit beeps twice.
3
If the FAN indicator is not lit up on the unit:
Press the
button on the remote control
or
Press the
button on the unit one or more times until the FAN
indicator lights up
Result:
The unit beeps each time you press the
/
button.
The air conditioner starts up in Fan mode.
You can change modes at any time.
When the air conditioner is in the Fan mode, the temperature is not dis
played; in this case, you do not need to set the temperature.
4
To set the fan speed to... Then...
Press the
,
or
button on the remote control as desired.
or
Press the
button on the unit one or more times until the
desired fen speed(F1, F2, or F3) is displayed.
: Low Speed
: Med Speed
: High speed
5
To control the direction of the air flow, refer to page 11.
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Depending on the position of the unit in your room, you can adjust the
orientation of the inner air flow blades on the right-hand side of the unit,
thus increasing the efficiency of the air conditioner.
1
Press the
Result:
2
(or
Remote Control
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Adjusting the Air Flow Direction Horizontally
Control Panel
on the unit) button on the remote control.
The inner blades swing automatically left and right.
To stop the blades moving left and right, press the
button in the remote control.
(or
on the unit)
To stop the blades in a specific position and orient the air flow in the
corresponding direction, simply press the
(or
on the unit)
button on the remote control when the blades are in the desired position.
Adjusting the Air Flow Direction Vertically
Again depending on the position of the unit in your room, you can
adjust the orientation of the outer air flow blades on the right-hand
side of the unit.
RECOMMENDATION
When...
Adjust the blades to face...
Cooling
Upwards.
Adjust the air flow blades to the desired position, by pushing them upwards or
downwards.
If you orient the air flow blades downwards and the unit operates in Cool mode
for a long period of time, dew may:
From on the surface of the blades
Drip from the blades
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The Off Timer enables you to switch off the air conditioner automatically after
a given period of time.You can set the period of time from 1 hour to 24 hours.
You can select the Off Timer only when the air conditioner is on.
1
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Setting the Off Timer
Remote Control
Control Panel
Check that the air conditioner has been switched on; if necessary,
press the
2
(On/Off) button.
Set the operating time by pressing:

on the remote control.
or

on the unit one or more times.
Possible time is between 1 hour and 24 hours inclusive.
Result:
The remaining time is displayed and decreased by 1 hour
automatically to indicate the remaining time.
The air conditioner switches off automatically when the
operating time reaches zero.
You can change the fan speed and air flow direction and others
after setting the Off Timer.
To Cancel the Off Timer
To cancel the Off Timer, press:
on the remote control or

"
on the unit one or more times until
" is displayed.
or

(On/Off) button on the remote control or unit.
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If you wish to save Energy when using your air conditioner,
select the Energy Saving mode with the Energy Saver button.
1
Remote Control
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Selecting Energy Saving Mode
Control Panel
To select the Energy Saving mode, press the Energy Saver button on the remote
control or unit one or more times until the Energy Saver indicator lights up.
Result:
2
The fan and compressor cycle on and off together.
The fan will continue to run for a short time after the
compressor cycles off.
To stop the Energy Saving mode, press the Energy Saver button on the
remote control or unit again.
Result:
The fan runs at all times, while the compressor cycles on and off.

If you select the Good Sleep mode in the Energy Saving
mode, the Energy Saving will be cancelled and the air
conditioner will start up in the Good Sleep mode.
Temperature and Humidity Ranges
The following table indicates the temperature and humidity ranges within which the
air conditioner can be used in the best condition .
Mode
IndoorTemperature
OutdoorTemperature
Indoor Humidity
Cooling
21°C to 32°C approx.
21°C to 43°C approx.
80% or less
If the air conditioner is used at...
Then...
Higher temperatures
The automatic protection feature may be triggered and the air
conditioner stopped.
Lower temperatures
A water leakage or some other malfunction may happen if the
heat exchanger freezes.
Higher humidity levels
Water way condense on and drip from the surface of the unit if
it is used for long periods.
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Cleaning Your Air Conditioner
Be sure to clean the air filter periodically to maintain the air conditioner in
the best condition for a long period of time.
IMPORTANT When cleaning the air conditioner, turn it off and pull out
the power plug.
1
Hold the front grille handle, slightly pull it to the left side and open the front grille.
The removal of the front grille makes it easier to clean the air
conditioner. Open the grille as much as possible.

CAUTION
Removal and Reassembly of the Front Grille
For user’s safety, a safety clip has been installed in the front grille.

The air conditioner has two or three grille
grooves depending on the model.
1
Grasp the lower part of the front
grille and the front grille handle,
then open the grille. (The open
angle of front grille has not to be
exceeded 25 degree)
2
Lift the front grille slightly and
remove it from the front panel.
3
Reassembling of front grille
should be done in reverse
order of disassembly.
2
Pull the air filter to the right side.
3
Remove all dust on the air filter with a vacuum cleaner or brush.
4
When you have finished, insert the air filter back into its original position.
5
Wipe the surface of the unit with a neutral detergent and then wipe it again
with dry cloth.
(Be sure not to use benzene, solvent or other chemical products.)
If you...
Then...
Will not be using the
air conditioner for a
long period of time
 Set the fan going for a few hours to
dry the inside of the air conditioner
thoroughly.
 Switch the air conditioner off and
unplug it from the wall socket.
 Clean the filter and outer surfaces.
Have not used the air
conditioner for a long
period of time
Set the fan going for a few hours to
dry the inside of the air conditioner
thoroughly.
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Solving Common Problems
Before contacting the after-sales service,perform the following simple checks.
They may save you the time and expense of an unnecessary service call.
Problem
Explanation/Solution
The air conditioner does not
 Check that the circuit breaker used for the air conditioner has not
been triggered.
operate at all
 Check that the power cable is plugged into a wall socket and the
socket is switched on, if necessary.
 Check that the operating mode indicator (COOL or FAN) on the unit is
lit up; if necessary press (On/Off) button on the remote control or
unit.
The air conditioner does not
operate with the remote control
 Check that there are no obstacles between you and the unit.
 Replace the remote control batteries if necessary.
 Check that you are close enough to the unit (seven metres/yards
or less).
No beep is heard when you press
(On/Off) on the remote control
 Check that you are pointing the remote control at the remote
control sensor on the unit.
 Replace the remote control batteries if necessary.
The air conditioner does not cool
 Check that the correct operating mode has been selected COOL..
 The room temperature may be too low.
 Dust may be blocking the air filter; refer to page 16 for
cleaning instructions.
 Check that there is no obstacle blocking the air flow into or out of
the unit.
The air flow direction does not
change when you press the
or
 Check that the air conditioner has been switched on; if necessary,
press
(On/Off) button on the remote control or unit.
on the unit button
The timer is not correctly triggered
 Check that the timer has been programmed correctly;
see page 12~13.
Odour is permeated in the
 Air the room.
room during air conditioning
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Installation (for 60Hz)
1 Electrical Requirements
For personal safety:
 This appliance must be properly grounded.
 Do not, under any circumstances, cut or remove the third grounding prong
from the power cord.
 We recommend that you do not use an extension cord or an adapter plug
with this appliance.
 Do not change the plug on the power cord of this appliance.
 Follow national electrical codes or local codes and ordinances.
115V
15 AMP Circuit
“parallel” type
230V/208V
20 AMP circuit
“perpendicular” type
230V/208V
15AMP circuit
“tandem” type
230V/208V
30 AMP circuit
“tandem” type
 If the electric supply provided does not meet the above specifications,
call a licensed electrician.
 Aluminum house wiring may pose special problemsconsult a qualified
electrician.
 This unit requires a separate circult, serving only this appliance.
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Installation
Before installation, be sure to check the installation area or the air
conditioner, and drain hose.
Checkpoints prior to installation
1 Check the cabinet and front grille of the unit for any harmful defects
such as scratches.
2 Be sure to check the power supply.
- Refer to the specifications on the label attached to the unit.
Installation Conditions
1 As the unit is heavy, the wall or window of the installation area should
have sufficient strength and durability for operation of the air conditioner,
and for prevention of any vibration or noise.
If it is weak, reinforcement work should be performed separately.
2 It is advisable to install the air conditioner in the north or west side to
prevent the effect of direct sunlight.
When installing it in the south or east side due to unavoidable
circumstances, it is advisable to install the sunshade to prevent the
direct sunlight.
In this case, take care not to cause any hindrance to the flow of outside air.
3 When installing the air conditioner, be sure to obtain sufficient space on
the rear side of the unit for smooth flow of air.
When operating the air conditioner in closed areas such as inner building
with cooling operation, and result in trouble with the unit.
See the illustration below.
Awning
The appliance must be fixed well by screw or similar
method.
75mm
min.
500mm
500mm
300mm
"A"
500mm
Fence, wall
or other
obstacle
Approx.3
MODEL
“A”
AW07/AW09
AW12/AWT12
AW14/AW18/AW24
AWT18/AWT24
145
170
260
260
750mm
150mm min.
greater than 150mm thick,
Ifcutthethewallwallis back
on a 45 angle if possible.
Outdoor side
Indoor side
100mm or more
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Installation (Cont.)
In some region, drain tube and drain pan may not be supplied.
Plesae contact the sales agent.
Rear
Rubber cap
Installation of the Drain Tube
Fix the drain tube as shown in the figure.
Gasket
Drain Tube
Screws(2EA)
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