KY-32H
Portable
Air Conditioner
Cooling
Heating
Dehumidifying
Fan
Please read this owner's
Manual carefully before
operating the unit.
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TABLE
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT
PACKAGE
OF CONTENTS
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SAFEGUARDS
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CONTAINS: ................................................................................................................................
3
3
3
NAMES OF PARTS ......................................................................................................................................
4
INSTALLATION
5
BEFORE USE ....................................................................................................................
CONTROL PANEL AND LCD DISPLAY ......................................................................................................
7
CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONS .................................................................................................................
8
OPERATION USING CONTROL PANEL .....................................................................................................
9
OPERATION USING REMOTE CONTROLLER ........................................................................................
11
CONDENSATE
14
WATER DRAINAGE .........................................................................................................
MAINTENANCE ..........................................................................................................................................
16
TROUBLESHOOTING
17
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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18
DISCLAIMER ..............................................................................................................................................
18
CONTACT INFORMATION
19
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WARRANTY ................................................................................................................................................
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the Soleus Air KY-32H portable air-conditioner.
This unit is designed
for improving living and working comfort by providing cooling, heating, dehumidifying and fan
functions only with a minimum installation required. With its whisper quite operation and
attractive design, you will enjoy the convenience and comfort that this unit provides for many
years to come.
When operating as an air conditioner, this unit is designed for spot cooling or cooling for a room
no larger than 300 square feet with the standard ceiling height.
IMPORTANT
SAFEGUARDS
Before you use your portable
air conditioner,
please read this operation
manual
carefully.
l)
Never use or store gasoline or other flammable
2)
Maintain at least 10" (25 CM) clearance space from this unit. Avoid air inlet or
outlet grilles from being covered or closed off.
3)
The power supply must be properly
4)
Do not use an adapter plug or extension
5)
Do not use the unit in the immediate
swimming pool.
6)
Do not let children play near this unit.
PACKAGE
CONTAINS:
Mobile Air Conditioner
Air Exhaust Duct
Exhaust Duct Window Kit Adapter
Remote Controller
AAA Batteries (2)
Window Kit - 3 Sliding Panels
Window Kit Fastener Screws (4)
Continuous Drainage Tubing Pipe
Exhaust Outlet Wall Cover
User Manual
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vapor or liquid near this unit.
grounded.
cord.
surroundings
of a bath, a shower or a
NAMES OF PARTS
Front View
control panel
upper air outlet
handle
lower air
inlet grille
Back View
Exhaust
Duct
Terminal
upper air iMet
grill with filter
_OW_r
continuous
COIr_
hot air exhaust
outlet
drainage
lower
inlet
water
tank
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_tir
grille
Exhaust
Duct
J
Exhaust
Duct
/
/
Unit
Terminal
End
Window
INSTALLATION
l)
BEFORE
Condensate
Kits
USE
Water Tank Float Lid
You must install the water tank float lid before first use of the portable air conditioner
following these procedures:
a)
Hold the water tank and draw it out slowly.
b)
Remove water tank float lid and packing
from the water tank.
c)
Insert the float lid into the water tank by inserting one side of the hinge into the
hinge holder on the water tank and then sliding the other side into its place.
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material
The water tank float lid should be
able to move up and down freely
after correct installment.
d_
Insert the complete water tank back
to the air conditioner unit.
F_g. 1 c)
2_
Exhaust
Duct
When you use the unit
the room. The exhaust
USE THE EXHAUST
DEHUMIDIFIER
OR
a_
as an air conditioner, the hot exhaust air must be directed out of
duct is used to allow the hot air out. DO NOT 1NSTALL OR
DUCT WHEN THE U2qIT IS OPERATED AS A
FAN.
Slid exhaust connector
over the discharge
all the
way down
the unit.
opening of
b_
Mount the external end of the
duct onto a hole of 5 */4"(132
wall for optional wall hot air
installation, or
c._
Connect the window kit adaptor to the external end of the
exhaust duct for a window or sliding door hot air outlet
installation.
exhaust
mm) on the
outlet
NOTE: In order to increase the efficiency, the exhaust duct should
be keep as short and straight as possible. The exhaust hose can be
cut shorter by unthreading either end of the exhaust duct counter
clockwise. It is not recommended to increase the lnanuPacturer's
length of the exhaust hose. This may impede or damage the unit.
3)
Window Kit Installation
a)
Open window or sliding door for approximately
b_
Adjust the length of the window kit to the same length of the window or the
sliding door. Use all three panels if necessary.
c)
Use screws to affix the window kit length.
d_
Place the window kit to the window or sliding door. Close the window or door as
far as it goes.
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5 inches (130 mm)
e)
Mount the window kit extension
of the exhaust host onto the window kit.
f)
Use screws on the window kit extension
if necessary.
NOTE: When using the window kit on a window or sliding door it will cause the window
or sliding door not to be properly closed and locked. Additional security measurelnents
should be taken.
CONTROL
PANEL
AND LCD DISPLAY
CONTROLPANEL
Fan speed but[on
Power on/off button
Mode button
TemF nutton
LC D window
LCD DISPLAY
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S_eer) button
_mer _U[ Un
Control
Panel Functions
1)
Power On/Off Control
Starts or Stops the Unit
2)
Mode Control
Select the functions of the unit for:
Fan Mode
Air Conditioning Mode
Heating Mode
Dehumidifying Mode
Auto Mode
3)
Fan Speed Control
Select the fan speed for:
High
Medium
Slow
4)
Temperature Setting Control
Select the desired temperature setting by pressing either AOr v key when using the unit in
cooling function. It is recommended
to set the temperature before selecting the
operational mode.
5)
Timer Control
Set time to start or to stop the unit. When the unit is running, the timer will shut off the
unit in the number of hours set. When the unit is off, the timer will start the unit in the
number of hours set. (0.5 - 24 hours)
6)
Sleep Control
Activate sleep mode of the air conditioner. Use the Hr button to set the timer from 1 to 7
hours of operation. In the sleep mode, the air conditioner adjusts the temperature
according to the time automatically to save power and keep the room comfortable for
sleeping.
NOTE: This control key does not function during the Auto mode.
OPERATION
I)
USING CONTROL
PANEL
Cooling Operation
a)
Be sure that the drain tank is properly
placed in the unit.
b)
Install the exhaust duct properly.
c)
Plug the Power Cord to the power outlet.
d)
Turn on the unit by pressing the On/Off Button on the control panel.
For Manual Mode:
Press the Mode Button until the snowflakes
and "Cool" appears on the LCD display.
a)
Press the Temperature Button/x or v until the desired room
temperature appears on the LCD. The temperature ranges from
61°F-86 °F (16 oC-,30 °C).
b)
Select the fan speed by pressing the Fan Speed Button.
For Auto Mode:
a)
Press the Mode Button until the "Auto" appears on the LCD display. In the Auto
Mode, the factory set microprocessor
controls the temperature and fan speed for
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optimal comfort.
NOTE: During hot days, the unit will cool off the room most efficiently by setting the
temperature at the lowest and the fan speed at the highest. Reducing the length of the exhaust
duct and insulating the exhaust duct and keeping direct sunlight to a minimum will also improve
the cooling efficiency.
2)
Dehumidifying Operation
a)
Be sure that the drain tank is properly
placed in the unit.
b)
Plug the Power Cord to the power outlet.
c)
Turn on the unit by pressing the On/Off Button on the control panel.
d)
Press the Mode Button until the bucket and dropping water and "DRY" appears
on the LCD display.
NOTE: Do not use the exhaust duct when the unit is running at dehumidifying model. You must
remove the exhaust duct from the unit. When the unit is running at dehumidifying mode, the Pan
speed cannot be adjusted.
Keep the windows and the doors closed to aid the effectiveness of the unit in removing the
moisture from the room.
3)
Fan Operation
a)
Plug the Power Cord to the power outlet.
b)
Turn on the unit by pressing the On/Off Button on the control panel.
c)
Press the Mode Button until "FAN" appears on the LCD display.
d)
Select the fan speed by pressing the Fan Speed Button.
NOTE: When the unit is running on fan mode, the exhaust duct is inoperative
4)
and is not required.
Heating Operation
a)
Plug the Power Cord to the power outlet.
b)
Turn on the unit by pressing the On/Off Button on the control panel.
c)
Press the Mode Button until "Heating
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Symbol" appears on the LCD display.
d)
Press the Temperature Button ^ or v until the desired room
telnperature appears on the LCD. The temperature ranges from 61
oF-86 ° F (16 °C-30 °C).
e)
Select the fan speed by pressing the Fan Speed Button.
NOTE: When the unit is running on fan mode, the exhaust duct is inoperative
OPERATION
USING REMOTE
and is not required.
CONTROLLER
The remote controller provided with the unit may operate this portable air conditioner. The
remote controller uses two - AAA batteries (provided). Install the batteries before using the
remote controller.
NOTE: The information displayed on the LCD of the remote controller will only be tmnslnitted
to the air conditioner when the On/Off, Transmit, Sleep or Auto buttons (transmitting buttons)
are pressed. Any changes made to the LCD display will be reversed to the previous setting if
none of the transmitting buttons is pressed within 15 seconds after the changes are made.
NOTE:
When the remote controller
is
off, the LCD only displays the current time.
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REMOTE
CONTROLLER
MODE KEY
I,CD D_SPL_Y
TEMP_iRAI URE KEY
,_AN SPEED KEY
TtMR
KEY
'1IMF.}ADJUSTM
DDi,JMDI
NT KEY
YNGKEY
TRANSM T_71NGKEY
AU'TO MODE
KEY
ONiOF_: Kt_Y
SLEEP NG MODE KEY
l)
2)
Set Clock
a)
Press On/Off key to turn on the remote controller
b)
Press left side (Hour) or right side (Minute) of the Time Adjustment
LCD displays the correct time.
c)
Press the Transmit key to set time.
key until the
Cooling Operation
a)
Press the On!Off key to turn on the remote controller
b)
Press the Mode key until the LCD displays "COOL"
c)
Press either/\
temperature.
of\/key
of the Temperature
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key until the LCD displays the desired
3)
NOTE:
4)
5)
6)
d)
Press the Fan Speed key until the LCD displays the desired fan speed.
e)
Press the Transmit key.
Heating Operation
a)
Press the On!Off key to turn on the remote controller
b)
Press the Mode key until the LCD displays "HEAT"
c)
Press either/\
temperature.
d)
Press the Fan Speed key until the LCD displays the desired fan speed.
f)
Press the Transmit key.
of V key of the Temperature
key until the LCD displays the desired
When pressing the Mode Key, the LCD displays "COOL",
Dehumidifying
"FAN" AND "HEAT".
Operation
a)
Press the On/Off key to turn on the remote controller
b)
Press Dehumidifying
c)
Press the Transmit key.
key. "DRY" will appear on the LCD display.
Fan Operation
a)
Press the On/Off key to turn on the remote controller
b)
Press the Mode key unit "FAN" appears on the LCD display.
c)
Press the Fan Speed key until the LCD displays the desired fan speed.
d)
Press the Transmit key.
Auto Mode
a)
Press the On/Off key to turn on the remote controller
b)
Press the Auto key. "AUTO"
will appears on the LCD display.
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7)
s)
Timer
a)
Press the On!Off key to turn on the remote controller
b)
Press the Timer key. "TIMER"
c)
Press the Time Adjustment
hours for the operation.
d)
Press the Transmit key.
key until the LCD displays the desired number of
Sleep Mode
a)
Press the On/Off key to turn on the remote controller.
b)
Press the Sleep key. "Sleep" will appear on the LCD display.
c)
Press either/\
temperature.
d)
Press the Fan Speed key until the LCD displays the desired fan speed.
e)
Press Timer and Time Adjustment
operation hours.
g)
Press the Transmit key.
CONDENSATE
1)
will appear on the LCD display.
WATER
of\/key
of the Temperature
key until the LCD displays the desired
keys until the LCD displays the desired
DRAINAGE
Internal Water Tank
When operating in cooling, heating or dehumidifying mode, the condensate water will
drain into the internal water tank. Depending o17the sm'romTding humidity, the unit can
continuously operate for 2 to 12 hours before the internal water tank is full. When the
internal water tank gets full, the LCD window shows error code "E4" and a beep alarm
will sound eight times for 15 seconds. The compressor stops running and the fan will
continue to run in the set speed for three minutes before the entire unit automatically
shuts off.
When the water tank is full, take out the entire water tank slowly and discard the water
inside the tank, place it back to its original position. You will then be able to turn on the
unit again.
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If you want to take out the internal tank before it is full of water, please stop the unit first.
Wait for 3 minutes before taking out the water tank to prevent the condensate water from
discharging into the unit.
NOTE: Do not take
dehumidifying mode
automatically change
restart to the cooling,
2)
Continuous
out the water tank when the unit is running on either cooling, heating or
or the alarm will sound and the compressor stops. The mode will
to FAN mode and the compressor will require approximately 3 minutes to
heating or dehumidifying cycle.
Drainage
The unit can operate on continuous drainage mode. When the unit is operating on
continuous drainage mode, condensate water does not go to the internal water tank.
Condensate is discharged by gravity through the drainage tubing to either an external tank
(not provided) or to a condensate water pump device
(Optional Item). When the unit is operating on continuous
drainage mode, it can operate continuously without
periodic stops to empty the water tank.
Continuos
Plug
a)
Pull out the plug of the drainage spout.
b)
Push/Click down the drainage spout and make it
direct downward.
c)
Hold down the drainage spout, and then connect the
drainage tubing into drainage spout.
d)
Place the other end of the drainage tubing into either an external water tank or the
receptor of a condensate water pump.
D_ainage
_lug
Spo_t
Normal
Operation
Mode
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NOTE: Be very careful when using an external water tank. The unit will not shut off
automatically
when an external water tank is full. Spill water can cause substantial damages
to carpet, furniture and other valuables.
Do not use lengthy drainage robing without a condensate
water pump.
MAINTENANCE
Note: Make sure power is off and the plug is pulled out of the power outlet before
perfouning any maintenance activities.
1)
Clean or replace filter
filter
_:OVel'
hock_
If the air filter is blocked with a lot of dust, the airflow volume will
reduce. It is recommended
to clean the filter once every two weeks
or as needed.
a)
Push down the two tabs on the filter cover and pull outwards
to remove the entire filter and cover.
b)
Carefully,
c)
Wash the air filter by immersing it gently into warm (about
104 F) water with a neutral detergent. Rinse the filter and
dry it thoroughly in a shaded place.
d)
Attach the filter to the filter cover with the attachment hooks on the inside surface
of the cover.
e)
Place the bottom of the filter cover into
the holes in the unit case. Push the cover
take the air filter out of the filter cover.
back into its original position.
f)
b_m
If the filter is torn or unusable, order a
new filter by calling the contact section of
this manual.
Case
Keep the unit from being exposed directly to the sun for
possible color fading.
b.
Clean the surface with a damp cloth. Dry it with a soft towel.
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3)
Storina the Unit for an Extended Period of Time
a)
Ensure that the water tank is empty.
b)
Unplug the unit.
c)
Remove the stopper from the internal water drain piping (Black Pipe) inside the
water tank compartment and drain the water from the pipe. Reinsert the stopper
back to the black drainpipe.
d)
The unit should be stored in a cool dry place.
NOTE: During normal operation do not drain water from the water black drainpipe. This water
is retained for the refrigerant coil cooling purpose only.
TROUBLE
SHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
Unit does not operate
Unit is unplugged
REMEDY
Drain tank is full
Securely plug receptacle
the power outlet
Empty water tank
Water tank not installed
Completely
into
insert water tank
correctly
Air exhaust is clogged
Timer is on
Unit does not cool room
There is a heating source in the
room
Temperature
setting is too high
Air filter is dirty
Air exhaust is not installed
correctly
Clear exhaust hose
Cancel the timer and wait for it
to run automatically
Turn down or off the other
heating source
Lower temperature
setting
Clean or replace the air filter
Check the air exhaust duct to
make sure that the hot exhaust
There is frost on the evaporator
air is let out of the room freely
This unit provides spot cooling
or cooling for a room no larger
than 350 square feet with
standard ceiling height
The unit will defrost
In dehumidifying mode, no
cool air coming out
There is frost on the evaporator
automatically and return to
operation afterwards
The unit will defrost
LCD window
The water tank is full
Room is too big or too much
ambient sunlight is reaching in
shows "E4"
automatically and will return to
operation afterwards
The water tank is not installed
correctly
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Empty the water tank
Completely insert the water
tank
Noiseor vibration
Surt:ace
isnotlevel
Wateris leakingfromunit
Surt:ace
isnotlevel
Drainage
plugis loose
LCDwindowshow"E1"
Powersupplyis unstable
Place unit on a level surface
and away from obstructions
Place unit on a level surface
Make sure the plug of drainage
spout is securely in place and
internal black drain pipe is
plugged
Turn off the unit and wait for
ten minutes before restart.
Call for technical
"E 1" persists.
TECHNICAL
support if the
SPECIFICATIONS
KY-32H
MODEL
COOLING
CAPACITY
12,000
HEATING
DEHUMIDIFYING
BTU/H
6,000 BTU/H
CAPACITY
COOLING
1,870 OZ/Day
1200W
1550W
POWER
HEATING
DEHUMIDIFYING
AIR FLOW VOLUME
820W
260 CFM
- ll5V60HZ
POWER
SOURCE
9.5/13
AMP
HEATING/COOLING
SOU2qD PRESSURE LEVEL
NET WEIGHT
BODY
DIMENSIONS
PACKAGE
REFRIGERANT
WATER TANK VOLUME
52 db (A)
99Lbs.
34 x 18 x 15 Inch
45 x 21 x 19 Inch
R22
106 OZ
NOTE:
1)
2)
3)
The above cooling capacity is measured at ambient temperature of DB 86 F, WB 78 F.
Noise level is measured at the point where is 3.28 ft away tioln the front of the unit, in cooling mode.
Power consumption is measured when fan runs at the highest speed Specifications above are for
reference only. Please see the actual data printed on the nameplate.
DISCLAIMER
ALL INFORMATION
AND THE TECIINICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
PRESENTED
IN THIS USER'S MANUAL
ARE THE PRESENTATION
OF THE MANUFACTURER.
SOLEUS INTERNATIONAL
HAS NOT
CONDUCTED
INDEPENDENT
TEST TO THE INFORMATION
AND THE SPECIFICATIONS
PRESENTED
HEREWITHIO¢:
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CONTACT
Contact For
INFORMATION
Optional and Spare Parts
Technical Support
Warranty Claim
Customer Service
Soleus International Inc.
9451 Telstar Ave.
E1 Monte, CA 91731 USA
(888)8-SOLEUS
www. soteusair, coin
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WARRANTY
ONE YEAR HMITED
WARRANTY
Soleus International Inc. warrants the accompanying Soleus Air KY-32H Mobile Air Conditioner
to be free of defects in material and workmanship for the applications specified in its operation
instruction for a period of ONE (1) year from the date of original retail purchase in the United
States or Canada.
If the air conditioner exhibits a defect in normal use, Soleus International Inc. will, at its option,
either repair or replace it, free of charge within a reasonable time after the air conditioner is
returned during the warranty period.
As a condition to any warranty service obligation, the consumer
Certificate along with a copy of the original purchase invoice.
THIS
l)
WARRANTY
DOES
NOT
must present this Warranty
COVER:
Damage, accidental or other wise, to the air conditioner while in the possession
consumer not caused by a defect in material or workmanship;
2) Damage caused by consumer misuse, tampering,
handling provisions in the instructions.
of a
or failure to follow the care and special
3) Damage to the finish of the case, or other appearance
parts caused by wear.
4) Filter.
5) Damage caused by repairs or alterations of the air conditioner
authorized by Soleus International Inc..
6) Freight and Insurance
by anyone other than
cost for the warranty service.
ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY ARE LIMITED
TO ONE-YEAR DURATION OF THIS EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTYSOLEUS INTERNATIONAL INC.
DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES AND IN NO EVENT
SHALL SOLEUS INTERNATIONAL INC.'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE RETAIL VALUE OF THE AIR
CONDITIONER FOR BREACH OF ANY WRITTEN OR IMPLIED WARRANTY WITH RESPECT TO THIS
AIR CONDITIONER
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