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PORTABLE TYPE AIR CONDITIONER
PORTABLE REFRIGERATED AIR CONDITIONER
USER MANUAL
USER MANUAL
For
POLOCOOL
POLOCOOLNC 34/BP
For
NC
PC-53AP/C 19,000 BTU(5.5kW)
PC-44BP/C 15,000 BTU(4.4kW)
39/BP
Thank you for selecting our quality air conditioner. Please be sure to read this user manual carefully before using.
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for selecting
quality air conditioner.
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read this Australiasia
user manualby NOBO.
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Conditioners
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Australia
ABN 80 749 103 558
17 Brett Drive, Carrum Downs, VIC 3201
www.nobo.com.au
Important Issues Regarding the Proper Use of
this Air Conditioner
Please contact NOBO on 1800 my nobo or 1800 69 6626 for advice
before returning unit to the place of purchase.
Use this air conditioner only as described in this instruction manual.
• T
his appliance is fitted with a special safety device. When the compressor switches off or when the appliance
is first turned on, this device prevents the compressor from switching on again for at least three minutes.
• This air conditioner has been designed and manufactured to operate in a domestic situation only and should
not be used for other purposes.
• The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons.
• Never use the air conditioner in damp rooms (eg bathrooms and laundries)
• If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced with a new cord installed by a suitably qualified person or
POLO / NOBO serviceman.
• This air conditioner is designed to be connected to a standard 10 amp power supply outlet.
• Do not pull on or place strain on the power cord when using the appliance.
• Do not operate or stop the appliance by inserting or pulling out the power plug. Use the on/off switch on the
air conditioner control panel or the remote control.
• Due to potential safety hazards, do not use an extension cord or share the power supply outlet with other
appliances. Do not connect to multiple power outlets on extension leads.
• Do not rest hot or heavy objects on the appliance.
• Always unplug the unit from the power outlet before cleaning or maintenance operations, for example
filter cleaning.
• Do not place the air conditioner or plastic window slider in direct sunlight.
• For maximum cooling efficiency keep the exhaust hose as short and as free of bends as possible.
• Clean the filters at least once every two weeks.
• Do not splash the unit with water.
• Do not move the unit by pulling the exhaust hose attached to the back of the unit.
• Do not move air conditioner when it is operating.
• Do not use the unit with the air intake and outlet grills closed, covered or obstructed.
• Before transporting the air conditioner, drain the water pan in accordance with the instructions on page 14.
After transportation, wait at least one hour before switching the unit on.
• The unit should be transported in a vertical position. If this is not possible, secure the unit at an angle, do not
lay it horizontally.
• Do not operate the air conditioner outdoors or in areas open to the outdoors.
• If the air conditioner is only being used as a spot cooler (simply to put cool air directly on a person or thing),
do not connect the rear exhaust outlet.
• If the compressor runs without cool air coming out of the top air outlet after 10 minutes of correct operation,
switch off the unit and contact NOBO immediately.
• When the compressor is running, hot air should always be expelled from the bottom rear outlet. If it is not,
switch off and contact NOBO immediately.
• At high temperatures to protect the unit from overheating the compressor may stop. Air will flow out of the
front air outlet but it will not be cooled. In this event, switch off the appliance for approximately one hour to
enable the thermal cut out to self reset. The unit may then be operated in the normal manner.
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
1
CONTENTS
Introduction......................................................................................... 3
Installation........................................................................................... 6
Control panel....................................................................................... 10
Operation of control panel.................................................................. 10
Operation of remote control................................................................ 12
Water drainage methods...................................................................... 14
Maintenance and service..................................................................... 15
Trouble shooting................................................................................. 17
2
INTRODUCTION
This portable air conditioner can alter the room temperature and humidity. It has multiple functions of cooling dehumidifying
(drying) and fan ventilation, and can be moved from room to room and transported from building to building easily.
The air conditioner can maintain set room indoor air temperatures between 18°C and 32°C. The set room temperature is
displayed on the remote control and in the control panel on the unit. This does not mean that the air conditioner will necessarily
reduce the actual room temperature to the set room temperature.
1 HOW YOUR POLOCOOL PORTABLE
REFRIGERATED AIR CONDITIONER WORKS
Air from the room is drawn into the air conditioner, cooled by
refrigeration, and blown into the room through the front grill.
hot air
(outside)
cool air
Hot air is blown outside through the exhaust hose, using the
window kit supplied with the air conditioner.
room air
Hot air must be exhausted outside the room being cooled,
or you will not cool the room.
2 VARIABLES INFLUENCING THE COOLING
EFFECTIVENESS OF THIS AIR CONDITIONER
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W
E
S
The ability of the air conditioner to cool the air in your room depends
on a number of variables. The critical variables are:
1. Orientation of the room to the sun.
Rooms facing North and West are exposed to the midday and afternoon
sun, and are the hottest in the house. Rooms facing the morning sun
(East), and away from the sun (South), are the coolest in the house.
morning
afternoon
2. Insulation
sun
sun
Insulated roofs and walls reduce the amount of heat entering the room.
Windows admit heat into the room. This heat can be reduced if the windows are
protected from the direct sun (eg by outside blinds, well lined inside curtains, pergolas, thick foliage etc).
3. Air Draughts
Rooms protected from draughts are more easily cooled. Windows and doors must be kept closed.
4. Multi Storey Buildings
In multi storey buildings, upper storey rooms are usually hotter and therefore harder to cool than
ground floor rooms.
3 SIZING GUIDE
In general the higher the cooling capacity (BTU/kW) of an air conditioner, the bigger the room it will cool.
(a) The PC-53AP/C – 19,000 BTU air conditioner, subject to the variables explained in box 2, can effectively
cool rooms with a floor area of between 18 and 39 square metres.
6.5m
Example 1:
Uninsulated upper storey
room with one West facing
external wall.
In this example, the air
conditioner is suitable for
effectively cooling a room
of up to 18 square metres.
4.5m
4m
Example of maximum
room size
4m x 4.5m = 18m2
Example 2:
Insulated ground floor
room with external
walls facing East
and/or South.
6m
In this example, the air
conditioner is suitable for
effectively cooling a room
of up to 39 square metres.
Example of maximum
room size
6m x 6.5m = 39m2
Continues
on the
next2,
page
(b) The PC-44BP/C – 15,000 BTU air conditioner, subject to the variables
explained
in box
can effectively
cool rooms with a floor area of between 9 and 30 square metres.
3
Example 1:
3m
Example 2:
Insulated ground floor
6m
room with one West facing
external wall.
In this example, the air
conditioner is suitable for
effectively cooling a room
of up to 18 square metres.
4m
Example of maximum
room size
4m x 4.5m = 18m2
walls facing East
and/or South.
room size
6m
In this example, the air
conditioner is suitable for
effectively cooling a room
of up to 39 square metres.
6m x 6.5m = 39m2
(b) The PC-44BP/C – 15,000 BTU air conditioner, subject to the variables explained in box 2, can effectively
cool rooms with a floor area of between 9 and 30 square metres.
6m
Example 1:
Uninsulated upper storey
room with one West facing
external wall.
In this example, the air
conditioner is suitable for
effectively cooling a room
of up to 9 square metres.
3m
3m
Example of maximum
room size
3m x 3m = 9m2
Example 2:
Insulated ground floor
room with external
walls facing East
and/or South.
5m
Example of maximum
room size
In this example, the air
conditioner is suitable for
effectively cooling a room
of up to 30 square metres.
RODUCTION
4 TIPS ON GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR
6m x 5m = 30m2
POLOCOOL
AIR CONDITIONER
ortable air conditionerPORTABLE
can alter the room temperature
and humidity. It has multiple functions of cooling,
idifying (drying) and fan ventilation, and can be moved from room to room and transported from building to
Portable air conditioners are not designed to cool large open spaces.
ng easily.
To maximise the cooling effectiveness in an enclosed room:
r conditioner can maintain
indoor the
air temperatures
betweenon
18°C
andin
32°C.
air conditioner
early
the day before the room heats up. It is more
• Turn
efficient for the air conditioner to maintain the room at a comfortable temperature
than it is to reduce an already hot room to a comfortable level.
• Close all doors, windows, curtains and external blinds of the room being cooled.
• Seal or block
major EFFECTIVENESS
draughts.
DELINES FOR OPTIMISING
COOLING
OCOOL portable refrigerated air conditioners have an independently tested cooling capacity of 4200 watts (4.2kW)
FOR
OPTIMISING
COOLING
000 BTU. ThisGUIDELINES
is sufficient to cool
rooms
up to a maximum
of 34 squareEFFECTIVENESS
metres in floor area.
POLOCOOL
portable
refrigerated
air conditioners
have a cooling
capacity
aximum effective
room size
is influenced
by several
factors including
the amount
andof:
type of insulation,
tion of the room
to
the
sun,
amount
of
glass
areas,
type
of
curtains
and
ceiling
height
etc.
(1) Model PC-53AP/C – 19,000 BTU or 5.5 kW. This is sufficient to cool rooms with floor areas of between
18 and 39 square metres.
he air conditioner is not designed to cool large open areas. Close all doors and windows in the room being
(2) Model PC-44BP/C – 15,000 BTU or 4.4kW. This is sufficient to cool rooms with floor areas of between
oled.
9 and 30 square metres.
o not place the air conditioner in direct sun light. Close all curtains in the room being cooled.
• Do not place the air conditioner or plastic window slider in direct sunlight. Close all curtains in the room being cooled.
fan atand
HIGH.
or maximum cooling
(COOLING
MODE),
set theMODE),
temperature
18° C and the
• F
or maximum
cooling
(COOLING
set theattemperature
at 18°C
the fanAfter
at HIGH. After approximately
3
minutes,
the
compressor
will
turn
on
(indicated
by
the
green
LED
marked on
the
pproximately 3 minutes, the compressor will turn on (indicated by the green LED marked
on the control
controlpanel)
panel)and cooled
air will come out of the air outlet. Cooled air will only come out of the air outlet when the LED on the control panel
nd cooled air will come out of the air outlet. Cooled air will only come out of the air outlet when the LED on the
is illuminated.
ontrol panel is illuminated.
• In COOLING MODE the air conditioner will not cool unless the set temperature is below the existing room temperature.
COOLING MODE the air conditioner will not cool unless the set temperature is below the existing room temperature.
• In COOLING MODE once the existing room temperature reaches the set temperature, the fan continues operating and
the compressor switches on and off to maintain the set temperature within the room.
COOLING MODE once the existing room temperature reaches the set temperature, the fan continues operating
• Fswitches
or maximum
cooling
keepthe
theset
exhaust
hose aswithin
short and
straight as possible. Minimise bends which can
d the compressor
on and
off tooutput
maintain
temperature
the as
room.
reduce the maximum cooling capacity of the air conditioner. Elevate the air conditioner if necessary.
eep the exhaust hose as short and straight as possible.
• Make sure the air intake and outlet grills are unobstructed.
ake sure the air
outletatgrills
unobstructed.
• intake
Clean and
the filters
leastare
once
every two weeks.
ean the filters at least once every two weeks.
4
INTRODUCTION
This portable air conditioner is a small size appliance, which can adjust the room temperature and humidity. It has
multiple functions of cooling, dehumidifying and fan ventilation, and also a much more compact design comparing with
other types
air conditioner
withAND
the same
cooling capacity. however, its most remarkable advantage is no professional
NAME
OFof EACH
PART
FUNCTION
installation and mounting needed, so it could be moved from room to room and transported from building to building easily.
Other forms of air conditioning are recommended when the indoor temperature is either below 18°C or above
30°C .
NAME OF EACH PART AND FUNCTION
FRONT (Fig.1)
FRONT (Fig.1)
1
2
3
4
1.1.
Control
panel
Control
panel
2.2.
Up/down
manually
adjusted
air fins
Up/down
air swinging
fins
Airoutlet
outlet
3.3.
Air
Left/Right
airair
swinging
4.4.
Left/Right
auto
swingingfins
fins
5.
Caster
5. Rolling castor
Cable
(power
6.6.
Cable
(power
cordcord
and and
plug)plug)
6
5
Fig.1
BACK
BACK(Fig.2)
(Fig.2)
3
1. Hot air outlet grill
Lower
air inlet
1.2.
Hot
air outlet
grill grill
3.
Higher
air
inlet
2. Low air inlet grill grill
Power
cordgrill
hooks
3.4.
High
air inlet
5.
Water
tank
/
chassis
4. Power cord hooks
6.
Water
drain
mouth
5. Water tank/chassis
Plugtank drain outlet
6.7.
Water
7. Plug
4
2
1
7
6
3
5
5
Fig.2
INSTALLATION
SELECTION OF INSTALLATION LOCATION (Fig.3)
Place the portable air conditioner in a flat location where the air inlets and outlets cannot be covered up. Place the
unit no less than 50cm away from a wall or other obstacle.
ATION LOCATION (Fig.10)
ner in a flat location where
ed up. Place the unit no less
other obstacle.
50cm clearance at back to
allow for air outlet hose.
50cm clearance required for air inlet.
cm
50
Fig. 16
50cm
Fig. 3
(Fig. 17)
UNTING METHOD
INSTALLATION ACCESSORIES
Only 20cm clearance required from this face
as it does not contain air inlet or outlet.
xhaust hose to the hot air outlet grill at the back of the appliance.
arge) to the nearest window. The length of the air exhaust hose is
m; use the minimum length when working.
p the air exhaust horizontal and not enlarge or connect it to other
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remote
control
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Fig. 17
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ASSEMBLY OF EXHAUST HOSE, HOSE INLET, HOSE OUTLET, WINDOW ADAPTOR
AND WINDOW SLIDER (Fig.4)
• F
ully extend each end of the exhaust hose by about 10cm and attach the hose inlet and hose outlet to opposite ends by
rotating the inlet/outlet in a counter clockwise direction approximately 3 to 4 turns, making sure that the hose wire is
well threaded into the hose inlet and outlet. The hose inlet and outlet cannot be installed unless the hose ends have been
fully extended.
• Attach the window adaptor to the hose outlet by pressure fit.
• C
lip the window adaptor into the window slider. Take care to not break the tabs on the window adaptor when
disconnecting from the window slider.
INSTALLATION
SELECTION OF INSTALLATION LOCATION (Fig.10)
Place the portable air conditioner in a flat location where
the air outlets cannot be covered up. Place the unit no less
than 50cm away from a wall or other obstacle.
hose
outlet
hose
Fig. 16
hose
inlet
50cm
cm
window
adaptor
50
window
slider
Fig. 4
AIR EXHAUST HOSE MOUNTING METHOD (Fig. 17)
● Fix the square end of the exhaust hose to the hot air outlet grill at the back of the appliance.
● Place the other end (discharge) to the nearest window. The length of the air exhaust hose is
600mm to1500mm;
useEXHAUST
the minimum length
when(Fig.5)
working.
MOUNTING between
OF ASSEMBLED
AIR
HOSE
● When mounting, try to keep the air exhaust horizontal and not enlarge or connect it to other
• Take care not to
damageas
thethis
hose
when
attaching/detatching at the back
discharge
caninlet
cause
malfunction.
of the Air Conditioner.
• S
lide the hose inlet (square end) in the direction indicated by the arrow onto
the fixing lugs on hot air outlet grill at the back of the appliance. Install
carefully and do not force.
• P
lace the hose outlet to the nearest window. The length of the air exhaust
hose is between 600mm to 1500mm; use the minimum length when working.
• W
hen mounting, try to keep the air exhaust hose horizontal and do not extend
its length by attaching it to another hose as this reduces the cooling efficiency
of the appliance. If hose needs to be extended, use as few bends as possible.
• Consider elevating the unit in order to keep the hose as straight as possible.
Fig.
Fig.17
5
7
ATTENTION
ATTENTION
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
The exhaust hose should be not longer than 1.5metres.
The exhaust hose should be not longer than 1.5metres.
Never bend the exhaust hose excessively when the appliance is working.
Never bend the exhaust hose excessively when the appliance is working.
Elevate the unit if possible to keep the exhaust hose straight.
Elevate the unit if possible to keep the exhaust hose straight.
Always keep the exhaust hose at its shortest length and as straight as possible when the appliance is working.
Always keep the exhaust hose at its shortest length and as straight as possible when the appliance is working.
This will ensure maximum cooling output.
This will ensure maximum cooling output.
• Never move the appliance by pulling the air exhaust hose attached to the back of the appliance.
• Never move the appliance by pulling the air exhaust hose attached to the back of the appliance.
• Do not move the air conditioner when it is operating.
• Do not move the air conditioner when it is operating.
Correct exhaust hose mounting shown below. If mounting in the wall, the height of the hole should be 17cm~130cm.
(Fig. 6)
17cm
Fig. 6
If the air exhaust hose needs to be bent, the correct method is shown below. (Fig. 7)
Fig. 7
Incorrect or excessive bending of the exhaust hose will cause loss of cooling and possible malfunction. (Fig. 8)
Fig. 8
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NOBOCOOL NC-49DP/C
WINDOW SLIDER KIT INSTALLATION (Fig. 9, Fig. 10, Fig. 11 and Fig. 12)
The window slider kit has been designed to fit most standard "vertical" and "horizontal" window applications. It may
be necessary for you to improvise/modify some aspects of the installation procedures for certain types of
windows. Some window types may require the use of cardboard fillers and/or duct tape to install.
Additional complete window kits may be purchased from NOBO to enable pre-installation in windows in other rooms.
Please refer to illustration for minimum and maximum window openings.
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
Standard door height 210cm.
Gap can be sealed using
cardboard and duct tape.
Additional window sliders
can also be purchased to fill
this gap.
Insert Altitude unlimited drawing here – awning window and sliding door Fig 11 and 12
Gaps can be sealed using
cardboard and duct tape.
Window slider length
Min. 85cm
Max. 123cm
Window (Door) slider height
Max. 123cm
Fig. 11
Fig. 12
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CONTROL PANEL
POLOCOOL
A. ON/OFF button.
B. MODE button. to select modes of cooling / dry / fan.
C. FAN SPEED button, to select fan speed of High / Med / Low / Auto.
D. SWING button, to switch on/off left/right auto swing function.
E. TIMER button.
F. INCREASE button, to increase temperature / time.
G. DECREASE button, to decrease temperature / time.
H. TIMER INDICATOR LIGHT, lights up and keeps flashing to indicate the timer is in operation.
I. LCD DISPLAY, displays set temperature or timer hours.
L / M / N / O. FAN SPEED LIGHTS of High / Med / Low / Auto.
P. COMPRESSOR OPERATING LIGHT, illuminated when compressor is operating.
Q. FAN MODE LIGHT, illuminated when in FAN mode.
R. DRY MODE LIGHT, illuminated when in DRY mode.
S. COOLING MODE LIGHT, illuminated when in COOLING mode.
OPERATION OF CONTROL PANEL
The operating temperature ranges for cooling and dehumidifying are 18°C - 32°C. A temperature within this range may be set,
but the room may not necessarily reach this set temperature.
If the appliance is turned off during cooling or dry operation and turned on again immediately, the unit will wait
at least 3 minutes before restarting the compressor.
POWER SUPPLY
Do not connect the portable air conditioner to a power supply outlet which is also being used for other
electrical appliances.
Insert the power plug securely into the power supply outlet and turn power on. The air conditioner will
beep after 2 seconds. Press the on/off button on the display panel (or remote) to start air conditioner.
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.
COOLING MODE
Please note that this air conditioner will not cool if the room temperature is less than 18 degrees Celsius. The compressor
will not switch on and the green light will not be illuminated.
Press ON/OFF button to turn the appliance on.
Press MODE button to select COOLING mode.
Set the temperature with INCREASE/DECREASE buttons.
To select fan speed, press FAN SPEED button repeatedly until the required speed is selected
(High/Med/Low/Auto). Auto fan speed adjusts the fan speed automatically between HIGH, MEDIUM
and LOW settings according to the variance between set temperature and room temperature.
The set temperature will remain displayed in the control panel.
NB: In COOLING mode, the appliance automatically removes excess moisture from the atmosphere.
NB: In COOLING mode, the exhaust hose must be connected to allow warm air to be expelled from the room being cooled.
DRY (DEHUMIDIFYING) MODE
Please note that this mode will not operate if the room temperature is less than 18 degrees Celsius. The compressor will
not switch on and the green light will not be illuminated.
Keep the windows and doors closed for an effective dehumidification.
When used as dehumidifier only, keep the air exhaust hose disconnected from the back of the unit.
Press ON/OFF button to turn the appliance on.
Press MODE button to select DRY mode, the fan speed will always be at Auto and can not be
adjusted in DRY mode and the control panel will display “dh”.
Compressor light will be permanently illuminated in this mode after approximately 3 minutes.
Water tank will require emptying as mist motor does not operate in this mode.
FAN MODE
Press ON/OFF button to turn the appliance on
Press MODE button to select FAN mode.
To select fan speed, press FAN SPEED button repeatedly until the required speed is selected (HIGH,
MED, LOW). The fan speed AUTO can not be selected in FAN mode.
NB: In FAN mode, the exhaust hose does not need to be connected.
SETTING THE TIMER
This timer can be used to delay the appliance start up or shutdown. This avoids wasting electricity by optimizing
operating periods.
PROGRAMMED SHUTDOWN
With the appliance on, press TIMER button, the time remaining until shutdown is displayed on LCD.
Set the time when you want the appliance to switch off with INCREASE and DECREASE buttons
(from 30 minutes to 24 hours).
During the first ten hours you can select half hour intervals. For times longer than ten hours, one hour
intervals can be selected.
Press TIMER button again to confirm the timer setting, the TIMER INDICATOR LIGHT lights up and
keeps flashing to indicate the timer is activated.
At the end of the set time the appliance switches off automatically.
To cancel the TIMER setting, press TIMER button again.
PROGRAMMED STARTUP
Turn on the Appliance and select the required mode, for example, COOLING 25° C, fan speed HIGH.
Press ON/OFF button to switch into STANDBY.
Press TIMER button, the time is displayed on LCD display.
Set the time remaining until startup with INCREASE and DECREASE buttons, (from 30 minutes
to 24 hours).
During the first ten hours you can select half hour intervals. For times longer than ten hours one hour
intervals can be selected.
Press TIMER button again to confirm the timer setting, the TIMER INDICATOR LIGHT lights up and
keeps flashing to indicate the timer is activated. The time remaining (in hours) will also be shown
on LCD display.
At the end of the set time the appliance switches on automatically and operates in the selected mode,
for example COOLING 25°C, fan speed HIGH.
To cancel the TIMER setting, press the ” TIMER ” button again.
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OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL
THE REMOTE CONTROL
INSERTING THE BATTERIES
Slide and remove the protective cover (see Fig 13).
Insert two new batteries (not rechargeable) and
make sure the (+) and (-) are in the correct position.
Replace the cover.
Fig. 13
If the remote control is not used for long periods, remove the batteries.
CORRECT USE
•
•
•
Point the remote control towards the front of the air conditioner. (see Fig 14)
Maximum distance: approximately 7 metres (without any obstacles
between the remote control and the receiver).
Do not drop remote control, expose it to direct sunlight or leave it near
sources of heat.
Fig. 14
TIMER selection
MODE selection
TIMER ON TIMER OFF
COOL
DRY
FAN
AUTO
HIGH
MED
LOW
SWING
set temperature/time display
TIMER button
press this button to set
automatic startup / shutdown
SPARE button
does not perform any function
MODE button
press this button to select the
modes of COOL, DRY or FAN
TIMER
FAN
SWING
MODE
ON/OFF
FAN speed selection
These buttons are used
to increase / decrease
the set temperature / time
FAN speed button
press this button to select fan
speed of AUTO, HIGH, MED or LOW
SWING button
press this button to switch the
automatic swing function on/off
POLOCOOL
ON/OFF button
press this button to switch the
appliance on/off
Fig. 15
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COOLING MODE (Fig. 16)
Press the ” ON /OFF” button to turn the appliance on.
Press the ”MODE” button to select COOL.
Set the temperature using the ” ” button.
To select fan speed, press the ”FAN” button repeatedly
until the required speed is selected ( HIGH, MED, LOW, AUTO ).
NB: In COOLING mode, the appliance automatically removes excess
moisture from the atmosphere.
NB: In COOLING mode, the exhaust hose must be connected to allow warm
air to be expelled from the room being cooled.
DRY (DEHUMIDIFYING) MODE (Fig. 17)
TIMER ON TIMER OFF
COOL
DRY
FAN
AUTO
HIGH
MED
LOW
SWING
Fig. 16
TIMER ON TIMER OFF
COOL
DRY
FAN
When used as dehumidifier only, keep the air exhaust hose disconnected.
Press the ”ON /OFF” button to turn the appliance on.
Press the “ MODE ” button to select DRY, the fan speed will always be
at AUTO and cannot be adjusted in DRY mode.
AUTO
HIGH
MED
LOW
SWING
Fig. 17
TIMER ON TIMER OFF
FAN MODE (Fig. 18)
Press the ”ON /OFF” button to turn the appliance on
Press the ”MODE” button to select FAN .
To select fan speed, press the “FAN” button repeatedly until the required
speed is selected ( HIGH, MED, LOW ). Fan speed AUTO can not be selected.
NB: In FAN mode, the exhaust hose does not need to be connected.
COOL
DRY
FAN
AUTO
HIGH
MED
LOW
SWING
Fig. 18
TIMER ON TIMER OFF
SETTING THE TIMER (Fig. 19)
This timer can be used to delay the appliance start up or shutdown.
This avoids wasting electricity by optimising operating periods.
COOL
DRY
FAN
h
AUTO
HIGH
MED
LOW
SWING
PROGRAMMED SHUTDOWN
Fig. 19
With the appliance on, press the “TIMER” button, the time and
the “h” symbol are displayed.
Set the time remaining until shutdown with the “ ” buttons
(from 30 minutes to 24 hours).
During the first ten hours you can select half hour intervals. For times longer
than ten hours, one hour intervals can be selected
Press the “TIMER” button again to confirm the timer setting, the TIMER INDICATOR LIGHT lights up
and keeps flashing to indicate the timer is activated.
At the end of the set time the appliance switches off automatically.
To cancel the TIMER setting, press the ” TIMER ” button again.
PROGRAMMED STARTUP
Turn on the appliance and select the required mode, for example Cooling mode, 25°C, fan speed HIGH.
Press ON/OFF button to switch into STANDBY.
Press the ”TIMER” button twice , the time and the “h” symbol are displayed.
Set the time remaining until startup with the ” “ buttons (from 30 minutes to 24 hours) .
During the first ten hours you can select half hour intervals. For times longer than ten
hours one hour intervals can be selected.
Press the ”TIMER” again to confirm the timer setting, the TIMER INDICATOR LIGHT lights up
and keeps flashing to indicate the timer is activated.
At the end of the set time the appliance switches on automatically and operates in the selected mode,
for example Cooling mode, 25°C, fan speed HIGH.
To cancel the TIMER setting, press the ” TIMER ” button again.
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WATER DRAINAGE METHODS
WATER DRAINAGE (Fig. 20)
This air conditioner is equipped with the very latest MIST technology which means that the water tank does not have
to be emptied. This has been verified by independent testing conducted both in Australia and overseas under extremely
humid conditions. Water drainage will generally only be required at the end of the season (see End of Season Operations
- page 15).
However, the mist technology does not operate when the unit is in dehumidifying (dry mode). Thus, the tank may require
emptying on occasions when operating for long periods in this mode.
As a safety measure, to positively prevent water spillage in dehumidifying mode when the mist motor is not operating,
the air conditioner is equipped with a fail safe device if the water tank fills. The unit
. will completely stop including both
fan and compressor. The control panel LED displays “ Ft” as mentioned in the Section on “Self – Diagnosis”
.
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The compressor and fan will not restart until the tank has been drained.
Before draining the water tank (pan) take care not to move the air conditioner as water may spill onto the floor.
Turn the air conditioner off using the on/off switch on the unit or remote control. Then drain the water tank by
unplugging the drain outlet and allowing the water to flow onto the drain pan. The drain pan will not hold the full
contents of the water tank. A number of fills of the drain pan are required. It may be easier (after 3 or 4 pans have
been drained in order to avoid accidental spillage when shifting the air conditioner) to wheel the unit outside,
remove the drain plug and drain the water onto the ground.
The water tank is considered sufficiently drained when no more water flows from the drain outlet.
Restart the air conditioner by pressing the on/off button. Ensure that the unit is in COOL or DRY mode. The
compressor will start approximately 3 minutes after the unit is switched on.
NOTE: To completely drain all water from the water tank, tilt the unit by lifting it slightly upwards from the front
until no more water drains from the outlet.
Fig. 20
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MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
MAINTENANCE
AND
SERVICE
MAINTENANCE
METHODS
● Before cleaning or maintenance, turn the appliance off by pressing the ON/OFF button,
MAINTENANCE
METHODS
then always
unplug the appliance from the mains socket.
● Do not use chemical solvent ( like benzene, alcohol glazer) to clean the surface of the
• Before undertaking cleaning or maintenance, turn the appliance off by pressing the ON/OFF button,
unit. Never spray insecticide liquides or similar.
then always unplug the appliance from the power supply outlet.
● Clean the surface of the unit with a damp cloth, then dry with a duster or similar.
• Do not use chemical solvent to clean the surface of the unit. Never spray insecticides or similar in the
vicinity of the unit.
CLEANING THE AIR FILTER
• Clean the surface of the unit with a damp cloth, then dry with a duster or similar.
Clean the dust filter once every two weeks of operation. This could keep the air conditioner
CLEANING
THE
AIR FILTER
working
efficiently.
● Take
theevery
air filter
theofside
as shown
Fig.13
Clean the dust
filterout
once
twofrom
weeks
operation.
Thisin will
keep the air conditioner working efficiently.
● Wash the air filter by immersing it gently into warm (about 40 oC or 104 F) water with a neutral
• Slide out the
air filter from the side as shown in Fig.21.
detergent,
• Wash the air filter by immersing it gently into warm (about 40°C or 104°F) water with a dishwashing
● Rinse the filter off detergent and dry it thoroughly in a shaded place.
detergent.
●
Insert
filters back
intoittheir
originalinpositions.
• Rinse the filter
ofthe
detergent
and dry
thoroughly
a shaded place.
• Insert the filters back into their original positions.
Fig.
21
Fig.13
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END OF SEASON OPERATIONS (Fig. 22)
• Switch off the unit and disconnect the plug from the power supply outlet.
• Remove the plug from the drain outlet to drain the water onto the drain pan and dispose of
the water. Tilt the unit by lifting it at the front to ensure all water is removed from the water tank. Then
operate the unit in fan mode for half a day until the pipe is dry.
• Wind the cable around the cable hooks on the back of the appliance.
• Wrap the appliance with the plastic bag and keep it in a dry place.
Power cord hook
Power cord
Plug
Fig. 22
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Before seeking repair or service, please check the following.
PROBLEM
CHECK
ACTION
•
Is A/C plugged into power supply
outlet?
•
•
Has fuse blown (circuit breaker
switched off) or A/C switched off?
•
Power to Air Conditioner, but unit
does not operate.
•
Is timer on?
•
Wait for timer to count down or
cancel timer setting by pressing
TIMER button
Air Conditioner does not cool
after turning on.
•
Is compressor light illuminated?
•
Wait 3 minutes from turning on,
safety device prevents compressor
(which provides cooling) being
turned on for about 3 minutes.
The compressor and fan has stopped.
•
•
Is “Ft” displayed on LCD?
•
•
Drain water
•
•
Air exhaust hose blocked?
•
•
Clear blockage
•
Standard air exhaust hose has been
extended longer than 1.5m?
•
•
•
Air exhaust hose detached?
•
•
•
•
•
•
Air inlet/outlet blocked?
•
•
•
•
Reduce Temperature setting
•
•
Is it leaning or unbalanced?
•
Place on level floor
No power to Air Conditioner
Air Conditioner not cooling
satisfactorily.
Air Conditioner vibrates.
Lt/PF/Ft appears on the display.
Cooling power not enough for the
conditions of area or room?
Air exhaust hose bent over?
Window/door opened?
Air filters dirty?
Fan speed set at low?
Has the temperature been set low
enough?
Insert power plug securely into
power supply outlet and turn
power on
Turn A/C off, replace fuse wire
(or turn on circuit breaker), turn
A/C back on
Ensure A/C is suitable for
conditions of area and room
Always keep the hose at its
shortest length and as straight as
possible
Remove extension, always keep
standard hose length less than
1.5 metres
Connect the hose
Close the windows/doors to
room being cooled
Clear blockage
Clean air filter
Set suitable higher speed
See self-diagnosis section
Note: In COOLING MODE, the compressor is operating when cooled air comes out of the air outlet and the
compressor light on the control panel is illuminated. In DRY MODE, the compressor operates continuously and
compressor light is permanently illuminated.
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SELF DIAGNOSIS
The Appliance has a self diagnosis system to identify a number of malfunctions. Follow the proposed action when
the code is displayed.
Lt
(LOW TEMPERATURE)
Frost protection
When the appliance is operating in dehumidifying mode,
this device prevents the formation of ice. The appliance
starts up again automatically when the defrosting process
is complete.
PF
(PROBE FAILURE)
Sensor damaged
If this is displayed, contact Nobo on 1800 my nobo.
or 1800 69 6626
Ft
(FULL TANK)
The water tank is full
Empty the internal tank, see the section on “Water
Drainage Method. This is a fail safe
display due to protect
.
against spilling water, when the air conditioner is used in
dry mode and the mist motor is not operating.
SPECIFICATIONS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(1) Polocool PC-53AP/C (2) Polocool PC-44BP/C
Rated voltage 240 Volts
Rated voltage 240 Volts
Refrigerant R410a
Refrigerant R410a
Rated power input 2300 Watts
Rated power input 1750 Watts
Cooling capacity 5560 Watts (19,000 BTU – 5.5kW)
Cooling capacity 4400 Watts (15,000 BTU – 4.4 kW)
LIMIT CONDITIONS OF AIR CONDITIONING
LIMIT CONDITIONS OF AIR CONDITIONING
Room ambience in air conditioning
Room ambience in air conditioning
Relative humidity 60% - 90% (cooling) Relative humidity 60% - 90% (cooling)
Temperature
21°C - 32°C (cooling)
Temperature 21°C – 35°C (cooling)
SIZE OF APPLIANCE SIZE OF APPLIANCE
Width 365 mm Width 365 mm
Depth 568 mm
Depth 568 mm
Height 775 mm
Height 775 mm
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