MATSUI Dehumidifier MDEHU10 Manual

MDEHU10
MDEHU16
Specifications
• Read all the instructions before using the appliance and keep them for
future reference.
• Retain the manual. If you pass the appliance onto a third party make sure
to include this manual.
• Check that the voltage marked on the rating label matches your mains
voltage.
• Do not pull on the main cable. Never move, carry or hang the appliance
by the mains cable.
• lf the mains cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
it’s service agent, or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
• Always position the appliance with the mains plug in an accessible
position.
• The appliance must have clear space of 15cm on both sides and at the
back.
• To avoid personal injury or property damage, never insert fingers,
pencils or any other objects through the air inlet or outlet openings.
• Always keep the appliance in an upright position.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not immerse or expose the
appliance or mains cable to rain, moisture or any other liquid.
• Before moving the appliance, first switch it off then unplug and empty
the water tank.
• Leave the appliance to stand for two hour before connecting to the
mains socket after transport or when the appliance has been tilted (e.g.
during cleaning).
• Do not spray water or insecticides, aerosols or any other flammable
sprays on the appliance.
• Keep the appliance away from heaters and keep out of direct sunlight.
• Do not use the appliance for any other use than its intended one.
• This appliance is intended for normal indoor domestic / household use
only.
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) wit
reduced 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.
• Close supervision is necessary for any appliance being used by or near
children.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the
appliance.
• Do not leave the appliance unattended when switched on - Switch off
and unplug the appliance when not use.
• Do not operate the appliance if it is malfunctioning, contact your service
agent.
• To avoid the risk of an electric shock do not attempt to repair this
appliance yourself.
Model:
MDEHU10
MDEHU16
Power supply:
230V / 50Hz
230V / 50Hz
Air volume (max speed):
90m3/h
120m3/h
Power consumption:
250W
240W
Operating temperature:
5 - 35˚C
5 - 35˚C
Refrigerant*:
R-134A, 120g
R-134A, 165g
10 L/day(30˚C,
80%RH)
5 L/day (27˚C,
60%RH)
0.97 L/day (25˚C,
42%RH)
16 L/day(30˚C,
80%RH)
8 L/day (27˚C,
60%RH)
0.82 L/day (25˚C,
42%RH)
Tank size:
2.1 L
3.9 L
Net weight:
8.3 kg
10.8 kg
Dimension (W x D x H):
318 x 212 x 442 mm
335 x 230 x 530 mm
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
*As listed in EU official journal (842/2006), refrigerant R-134A is a fluorinated
greenhousegas covered by the Ryoto Protocol. Its global warming potential
(GWP) is 1300.
This symbol on the product or in the instructions means that your
electrical and electronic equipment should be disposed at the end of
its life separately from your household waste. There are separate
collection systems for recycling in the EU.
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retailer where you purchased the product.
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DEHUMIDIFIER
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MDEHU16
Please follow all the safety precautions listed below for safety and to
reduce the risk of injury or electric shock.
MDEHU10
Safety First!
Capacity
Know your Dehumidifier
Start operation
This dehumidifier's ability to remove moisture is dependent on the
amount of moisture in the Air. If dehumidification has reduced the
humidity to a low level, less moisture can be removed from the air. It is
also more difficult to remove moisture from cold air than warm air.
1. Connect to the mains socket.
2. Make sure the water tank is correctly positioned.
A
B
OFF
Position
C
The buzzer will sound for 3 seconds to alert you if the water tank
is full or not in position.
3. Switch ON the dehumidifier and the buzzer will sound 3 times to start
operating.
Power Indicator
ON
Position
Defrost
If the temperature is too low the dehumidifier will automatically start to
defrost.
D
Full Bucket
E
F
When the water tank is full, the buzzer will sound for 3 seconds. The
compressor will also switch off automatically.
To empty the dehumidifier, first unplug from the mains socket then
carefully remove the water tank and empty the collected water. Replace
the water tank carefully before switching the dehumidifier back on.
G
This dehumidifier has a 3-min lag during start up in order to
prolong the compressor’s working life, the compressor will not
start until the dehumidifier has run for 3 minutes.
Front View
H
A. Power Indicator
B. Handle
C. Air Outlet
D. Air Filter
F
Rear View
E. Air Inlet
F. Drain Tap
G. Water Tank
H. Castor
I. Permanent Drainage Hose
Before Use
1. Place on a stable, flat floor. If the floor surface is not even:
• Vibration and noise will occur.
• Water may leak from the water tank
2. Make sure the suction and exhaust openings are clear and free from
blockage.
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Maximum capacity
(30˚C, 80%RH)
MDEHU16
2.1 litres
3.9 litres
10 litres per day
16 litres per day
The air filters located on the back of the dehumidifier collect dust
contained in the air. To prevent the dust from clogging up the
dehumidifier always use it with its air filter.
• The build up of dust reduces the
efficiency of the dehumidifier.
Always clean the air filter every 2
weeks. If the dehumidifier
operates in a dusty atmosphere
clean the air filter more often.
• If the filters are obstructed, the
dehumidifier will be less efficient.
• To remove the filter, pull up the plastic lip from above the vents as
shown.
• Clean the filter with a vacuum cleaner. lf the filters is very dirty, you can
wash them in warm water (never use hot or soapy water). Make sure
that the air filter is completely returning it to the dehumidifier.
• Do not bend the filter.
Continuous Drainage
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MDEHU10
Water tank
It is possible to connect the dehumidifier
with the permanent drainage hose. Simply
connect one end of the permanent
drainage hose to the drain tap.
Ensure that the end of the permanent
drainage hose is lower than the drain tap
and the permanent drainage hose is not
bent. Otherwise, the water will not flow out continuously and water
leakage may occur.
Cleaning
• Clean the dehumidifier by using a damp sponge, and dry it with a clean,
soft cloth.
• Never use alcohol or any product containing solvents.
• Do not immerse the dehumidifier in water.
Hints and Tips
Suitable for use in:
• Bedrooms
• Storage rooms
• Studies
• Libraries
• Cellars / Basements
• Galleries
• Kitchens
• Computer rooms
Protect moisture sensitive items, eg :
• Musical instruments
• Computers
• Cameras
• Clothes
Benefits:
• Prevents clothes and leather products from moulding.
• Dehumidifies flooring and carpets.
• Prevents ceiling and windows from condensation.
• To obtain best results, try to avoid opening and closing windows and
doors.
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If your dehumidifier does not operate:
• Check that the mains cable is connected to the mains socket
If the alarm sounds for 3 seconds:
• Check to see if the bucket is full or installed incorrectly.
If the dehumidifying function does not work:
• Check to see if the air filter if clogged.
• Check to see if the air intake or outlet is obstructed.
If you hear excessive noise:
• Check to see that the dehumidifier is placed on a flat stable floor
surface.
• Check to see if the air filter is clogged.
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