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LG 71122 Owner’s Manual
Owner's Manual
Manual del
Propietario
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
ACONDICIONADOR DE AIRE DE VENTANA
Model, Modelo 580.71122
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates,
www.sears.com
IL 60179 U.S.A.
TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................2
Features .................................................10
WARRANTY..............................................2
Using
SAFETY .....................................................3
Display
Important Safety
...................................................11
Remote Control ......................................12
Instructions......................3
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
the Air Conditioner .......................10
MAINTENANCE.....................................13
.......4
Air Filter
INSTALLATION........................................5
Cleaning...................................13
Air Conditioner
Installation
Requirements.........................5
Cleaning
........................13
How to Remove the Front Grille ..................13
Installation ................................................6
How to
Replace
the Front Grille ..................13
How to Install............................................6
TROUBLESHOOTING.........................14
Removal from Window.................................8
Before
OPERATION .............................................9
How and
and
Running
ESPANOL ................................................26
Time .....................9
SERVICE NUMBERS ............Back Cover
WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON
CONTACTING THE NEAREST SEARS
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES.
For one year from the date of purchase, when this
air conditioner is operated and maintained for
normal
room
cooling according
coverage applies only to air conditioners
used for non-commercial, private household
Warranty
to instructions in this
manual, Sears will repair this air
conditioner, free of charge, if defective in material
purposes.
owner's
This
or
workmanship.
use
FULL FIVE-YEAR WARRANTY ON
This
to state.
For five years from the date of purchase, when this
air conditioner is operated and maintained for
room
cooling according
Sears, Roebuck and Co., D/817WA,
Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
to instructions in this
manual, Sears will repair the sealed
refrigeration system (consisting of refrigerant,
owner's
connecting tubing,
and
if defective in material
compressor), free
workmanship.
of
warranty applies only while this product is in
in the United States.
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and
you may also have other right which vary from state
SEALED REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
normal
for Service ......................14
REPAIR PARTS ....................................16
Why...........................................9
Normal Sounds ........................................9
Capacity
Calling
charge,
or
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SAFETY
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The
instructions below will tell you how to
your ROOM AIR CONDITIONER.
safety
damage to
use
your
room
air conditioner to avoid harm to
yourself
or
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store
or use gasoline or other flammable
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance. Read product labels for flammability and
other warnings.
Avoid fire hazard
vapors and
shock. Do not
use
extension cord
an
Do not
adapter plug.
remove
Grounding type
receptacle
PREVENT ACCIDENTS
electric
or
wall
or
Do not, under any
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury
to persons when using your air conditioner, follow
circumstances, cut,
basic
the
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Be
precautions, including
the
or bypass
grounding prong
from this plug.
remove,
following:
the electrical service is
sure
adequate
an
any prong from the
for the
model you have chosen.
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If the air conditioner is to be installed in
a
window,
you will probably want to clean both sides of the
glass first. If the window is a triple-track type with
the
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Be
the air conditioner has been
sure
correctly
installed
securely
supply cord
3-prong
grounding plug
with
and
according to the separate
provided with this manual.
installation instructions
ENERGY SAVING IDEAS
Save this manual and installation instructions for
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possible
future
in
use
removing
or
reinstalling
this
handling
avoid cuts from
the air conditioner, be careful to
sharp metal fins on front and rear
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ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
complete
electrical
conditioner is stated
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Be
when
on
checking
rating of your new room air
the serial plate. Refer to the
the electrical
the air conditioner is
sure
Do not
run
in
properly grounded.
Do not
air conditioner with outside
place.
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for
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or an
on
the
shady
side
or
buildings.
Close the floor and wall
registers
and the
fireplace
cool air does not escape up the
and into the duct work.
Keep blinds and drapes
during the sunniest part
Clean the air filter
Proper
as
in other windows closed
of the
day.
recommended in the
insulation and weather
home will
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help keep
warm
stripping in your
air out and cool air in.
External house
awnings
will
shading with trees, plants or
help reduce the air conditioner's
work
load.
protective
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This could result in mechanical
extension cord
air conditioner
MAINTENANCE section of this manual.
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Operate
heat
producing appliances
such
as
ranges, washers, dryers, and dishwashers during
the coolest part of the day.
within the air conditioner.
use an
room
Do not block air flow inside with blinds, curtains,
or outside with shrubs, enclosures, or
damper
chimney
plugged into in a
properly grounded wall receptacle. If the wall
receptacle you intend to use is not adequately
grounded or protected by a time delay fuse or
circuit breaker, have a qualified electrician install
the proper receptacle.
damage
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satisfactory
so
Your air conditioner must be
cover
Install the
other
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requirements.
equipped with a three-prong grounding plug
protection against shock hazards.
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air conditioner must fit
furniture,
To minimize shock and fire hazards, proper
grounding is important. The power cord is
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room
size for efficient and
of your home. A window that faces north is best
because it is shaded most of the day.
coils.
rating
of the
capacity
room
operation.
When
The
The
the
unit.
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ENGLISH
Power
a
panel included, you may want to remove
screen completely before installation.
screen
adapter
plug.
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
OBSERVE ALL LOCAL CODES AND
ORDINANCES.
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES,
REMOVE THE POWER SUPPLY CORD
GROUND PRONG.
ELECTRICAL GROUND IS REQUIRED ON
THIS APPLIANCE.
A 115-volt 60 Hz, AC only, 15A fused and
properly grounded electrical supply is required.
A time
delay
fuse
or
time
is recommended. Use
serving only
this
a
delay
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug
circuit breaker
dedicated circuit,
appliance.
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD.
into
a
grounded
3 prong outlet.
Do not
remove
Do not
use an
adapter.
Do not
use an
extension cord.
ground prong.
Failure to follow these instructions
in death, fire,
RECOMMENDED GROUNDING METHOD
personal safety, this appliance must
grounded. This appliance has a power
supply cord with a 3-prong grounding plug. To
minimize possible shock hazard, the cord must
be plugged into a mating grounding type wall
receptacle and grounded in accordance with
the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA 70)
or
can
result
electrical shock.
For your
be
latest edition and all local codes and
ordinances. If
a
mating
wall
receptacle
3-prong
grounding
3-prong
grounding
plug
type wall
receptacle
is not
available, it is the personal responsibility and
obligation of the customer to have a properly
grounded 3-prong wall receptacle installed by
qualified electrician.
Ground
a
Power
supply
cord
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prong
INSTALLATION HARDWARE
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Your air conditioner will install into standard double
hung
opening widths of 27 to 39 inches
(686mm to 990mm) (FIG. 1).
Lower sash must open sufficiently to allow a clear
vertical opening of 16 inches (406mm). Side louvers
windows with actual clear
and the
rear
B
C
D
of the air conditioner must have clear
air space to allow enough airflow
condenser for heat removal. The
must be
A
outdoors,
not inside
a
the
through
rear
of the unit
building
or
EFGHI
garage.
27" to 39"
16" min.
Window
Inner sill
J
Offset
Sill
Exterior
FIG. 1
Interior wall
FIG. 2
ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Check your available electrical service. The power
supply available must be the same as that shown
the unit
on
All models
nameplate (found
right
side of
cabinet).
3-prong service plug
to provide proper service and safe positive
grounding. Do not change plug in any way. Do not
use an adapter plug. If your present wall outlet does
not match your plug, call a qualified electrician to
are
equipped
with
on
ITEM
a
make the necessary corrections.
SAVE CARTON and this OWNER'S MANUAL for
future reference. The carton is the best way to store
unit during winter or when not in use.
NAME OF PARTS
Q'TY
A
SIDE CURTAIN
2
B
SILL SUPPORT
2
C
BOLT
2
D
LOCK NUT
2
E
SCREW: 25/64"
13
F
SCREW: 5/8"
3
G
SCREW: 5/8"
5
H
FOAM SEAL
1
I
FOAM-STRIP
1
J
L BRACKET
1
REQUIRED TOOLS:
To avoid risk of
personal injury, property damage,
product damage due to the weight of this
device and sharp edges that may be exposed:
or
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care.
rear
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Wear
the
coils.
Make sure air conditioner does not fall
installation.
Standard screwdriver
Phillips screwdriver
Pliers
Sharp knife
Carpenters level
3/8-inch open end wrench or adjustable wrench
1/4-inch hex socket and ratcher
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Carefully inspect location where air conditioner
will be installed. Be sure it will support the
weight of the unit over an extended perior of
time.
Handle air conditioner with
Tight Fitting gloves
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Air conditioners covered in this manual pose an
excessive weight hazard. Two or more people
are needed to move and install the unit.
To prevent injury or strain, use proper lifting and
carrying techniques when moving unit.
protective gloves whenever lifting or carrying
unit. AVOID the sharp metal fins of front and
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during
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Tape
measure
Electric drill
1/4-inch drille bit
INSTALLATION
Pick
a
Upper guide
location which will allow you to blow the cold
area you want. Windows used for
air into the
installation must be strong enough to support the
weight of the air conditioner. Good installation with
special attention to the proper position of the unit
ITEM E
will lessen the chance that service will be needed.
When
cooling
more
than
one
room, installation
location is very important since cold air will not turn
corners. To cool your rooms, cold air must be blown
from the air conditioner in
a
ITEM E
FIG. 6
straight path.
the window. Mark
Open
HOW TO INSTALL
Remove the
screws
a
line
on
center of the
window stool
(or desired air conditioner location).
Carefully place the cabinet on the window stool and
align the center mark on the angle front with the
which fasten the cabinet at
both sides and at the back.
center line marked in the window stool.
Side window stop
molding
Upper guide
Window stool
Angle
FIG. 7
front
FIG. 3
Slide the unit out of the cabinet
base pan handle and
cabinet.
pull
Pull the bottom window sash down behind the
by gripping the
bracing the
forward while
upper
guide
until
they
meet.
NOTE: Do not pull the window sash down so tightly
that the movement of side curtain is restricted.
Window sash
Upper guide
ITEM I
FIG. 4
Cabinet
ITEM A
Cut the FOAM-STRIP
(ITEM I)
to fit the
underside of the window sash. Peel off the
and attach the FOAM-STRIP
as
shown in
FIG. 8
backing
Fig. 5.
Loosely
parts in FIG.
assemble the sill
supports using the
9.
ITEM I
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
FIG. 5
ITEM B
ITEM D
Insert the side curtain
guide
and lower
guide
(ITEM A) into the upper
of the air conditioner. Fasten
the curtains to the unit with
screws
ITEM C
FIG. 9
(ITEM E).
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INSTALLATION
8
Select the
near
position that will place the sill supports
point on sill (FIG. 10).
the outermost
Attach the sill
supports
closest to the selected
ITEM G
to the cabinet track hole
position using
screw
(ITEM E).
ITEM E
Lower
guide
14"
ABOUT /
Cabinet
INDOOR
FIG. 13
14
Attach the L BRACKET
with
(ITEM J)
screw
(ITEM G). (FIG. 14)
OUTDOOR
FIG. 10
ITEM G
9
Place the sill
supports
window sill's selected
10
with the cabinet
Adjust
ITEM J
the
position.
The cabinet should be installed with
slight tilt (about 1/4")
(FIG. 11).
on
FIG. 14
a
very
downward toward the outside
the bolts and the nuts of sill
supports
15
Slide the chassis into the cabinet.
CAUTION: For
to level
security
(FIG. 15)
purposes, reinstall
screws
at cabinet's sides.
the cabinet.
14
/
ABOUT"
ITEM B
11
Power
Cord
FIG. 11
Screw
Screw
Attach the cabinet to the window stool
driving
the
screws
(ITEM F) through
the front
angle
16
into window stool.
Cut the foam seal (ITEM H) to the proper length
and insert between the upper window sash and the
lower window sash. (FIG. 16)
Sash
Track
Front
ITEM H
Angle
FIG. 16
ITEM F
FIG. 12
ITEM B
17
12
FIG. 15
by
The vent control handle must be
straightened
before the decorative front is attached.
Pull the window sash down behind the upper
Pull each side curtain fully to each sash
Pull down
guide.
part
to
align
with
part
Part
£
.
track.
13
Part
Attach each side curtain to the window sash
using
screws
£
(ITEM G). (FIG. 13)
FIG. 17
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ENGLISH
FRONT INSTALLATION
Install the front
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grille
Hook upper tabs of front
cabinet top.(FIG. 18)
Push front
IF AIR CONDITIONER IS BLOCKED BY
onto the cabinet
grille's tips
grille
as
into slots
STORM WINDOW FRAME
follows:
on
Add wood to clear frame
the
remove
as
shown in FIG. 21,
or
storm window while air conditioner is
installed.
towards the cabinet in order
to snap side tabs into the
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cabinet.(FIG. 18)
door.(FIG. 19)
Install the screw (ITEM E) through the front
grille.(Fig. 19)
Close filter door.(Fig. 20)
Open
the filter
Sash
11/2"min
(38mm)
Storm window
frame
or
Board thickness
other
obstruction
Wood block in
of
entire inner sill.
area
leveling support
Fasten with two
nails
or screws.
FIG. 21
FIG. 18
Front Installation
as
required, along
REMOVAL FROM WINDOW
Turn the air conditioner off, and disconnect the
power cord. Remove the L bracket and the screws
installed
through the top and bottom of the guide
panels, and save for reinstallation later. Close the
guide panels. Keeping a firm grip on the air
conditioner, raise the sash, and carefully tilt the air
conditioner backward, draining any condensate
ITEM E
water. Don't slide the air conditioner out of the
Front Installation
Front Installation
cabinet. Remove the sash seal from between the
FIG. 19
windows.
FIG. 20
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Air conditioners covered in this manual pose an
excessive weight hazard. Two or more people
are needed to move and install the unit.
To prevent injury or strain, use proper lifting and
carrying techniques when moving unit.
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When handling the air conditioner, be careful to
avoid cuts from sharp metal fins on front and
rear coils.
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Make sure air conditioner does not fall
removal.
during
OPERATION
HOW AND WHY
Your
air conditioner
room
provides the following
living more
Compressor
high efficiency
compressor may have a high
pitched hum or pulsating
noise that cycles on and off.
functions to make hot weather
The modern
comfortable:
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Cools and circulates
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Lowers
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Filters out summertime dust, dirt, and
airborne impurities.
room
air.
humidity by removing
excess
moisture.
some
The air conditioner
drawing
air
room
performs these functions by
through a filter which traps dust
and dirt
particles.
cooling
coil which
excess
moisture. The
the
room--
The air then passes over a
refrigerates the air and removes
Fan
You may hear air
movement from
the fan.
air is then returned to
cooler, drier, and cleaner. Moisture
removed from the
and
same
Unit Vibration
The unit may vibrate
and make noise
because of poor wall
or window construction.
room
air is carried to the outside
evaporated.
Your air conditioner is
operate and
to
designed to be easy to
provide plenty of cooling power.
ENGLISH
NORMAL SOUNDS
Aside from the
sounds
once
in
fan motor and compressor
from your air conditioner, you will
while hear a pinging sound. This is the
regular
coming
a
result of moisture
room
and thrown
being picked up from the air in the
against the air conditioner's fan.
This is normal and should not be
cause
for
Condenser
concern.
You may hear droplets of water hitting
the condenser causing a pinging or
Also, do not be alarmed if you hear a slight hissing
or gurgling sound coming from your air conditioner
after it is off. These
are
clicking
normal coolant noises.
FIG. 22
(FIG. 22)
CAPACITY AND RUNNING TIME
in deciding the desired
you want to cool. An
undersized unit will not have the capability to cool,
leaving the area uncomfortably warm. The proper
size is determined by the number of square feet in
the area to be cooled, indoor and outdoor
temperature and humidity. An oversized unit will
cool, but not dehumidify, leaving the area cool and
Proper
unit size is
comfort for the
sound.
important
area
damp.
Whenever the heat
or
humidity load is above normal
run longer and more often
the air conditioner must
keep the desired temperature you have selected,
heavy heat load conditions the air conditioner
may need to run constantly to keep the temperature
to
Under
you want.
At times using the MED FAN setting to circulate the
room air may make it comfortable even though the
air is not being cooled. This will decrease your cost
of use.
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FEATURES
USING THE AIR CONDITIONER
shock,
To reduce the risk of fire, electric
to persons, read the important
injury
or
SAFETY instructions section before
this
operating
appliance
To
begin operating the air conditioner after
installation, follow these steps:
1.
in the air
Plug
hazards, do
conditioner.(To prevent
not
use an
extension cord
electrical
or an
adapter plug.)
2. Set the exhaust vent to the CLOSE
114
5
46 3 213
position.
3. Set the TEMP Control to the coolest
setting.
4. Set the MODE control at the
COOL level.
5.
Adjust
highest
the louver for comfortable air flow.
6. Once the
room
has cooled,
Mode Control to the
setting
adjust
the TEMP and
you find most
comfortable.
NOTE
:
If the air conditioner is turned off, wait 3
restarting. This allows pressure
minutes before
inside the compressor to equalize. Failure to wait 3
minutes before restarting may cause inefficient
8
7
operation.
10 1191215
Wait 3 minutes before
FIG. 23
turned off
warmer, then
1. Cabinet
8.
2. Vertical Air
Direction Louvers
3. Horizontal air
Direction Louvers
Evaporator
The Vent Control allows the air conditioner to
Compressor
either recirculate inside air
11. Base pan
12. Brace
(CLOSE) or exhaust
(OPEN). (FIG. 25)
position is used when maximum
air to the outside
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4. Inlet Grille
13.
5. Air Filter
14. Curtain
6. Control Board
15. Remote Control
Upper
result of
VENT CONTROL
9. Condenser
10.
restarting when unit has
moving TEMP control to a
immediately back to a cooler setting.
as a
Guide
The CLOSE
cooling
is desired. It may also be used for air
cooling when the air
recirculation without
7. Power Cord
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conditioner is set in the FAN
position.
The OPEN
stale air from the
room
position
and exhausts it to the outside. Fresh air is
drawn into the
DRAINAGE
First, be
sure
to insert the drain
pipe
into base pan
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The air conditioner must be installed with
to the outside for proper water
the drain
DRAIN PIPE
through
your home's
position
can
be used with
a
slight
tilt
drainage.
The air conditioner will drain the
through
room
normal air passages.
The OPEN or CLOSE
any fan selection.
before installation.
water
removes
excess
condensed
pipe. (FIG. 24)
BASE PAN REAR
PULL OPEN / PUSH CLOSE
BASE PAN BOTTOM
FIG. 25
FIG. 24
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OPERATION
DISPLAY
FAN SPEED
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Everytime
you
DISPLAY COOL/FAN
push
this
button, it advances the setting
{High(F3)
Low(F1)
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as
Med(F2)
follows:
Everytime you push this
COOL and FAN.
button, it will toggle between
High(F3)}
REMOTE CONTROL
SIGNAL RECEIVER
POWER
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To turn the air conditioner
push
air conditioner
the button
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ON,
the button. To turn the
OFF, push
again.
This button takes
priority over
any other buttons.
When you first turn it on, the
air conditioner is on the
High
cool mode and the
Temp.
at 72°F.
TEMPERATURE SETTING
ENERGY SAVER
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The fan
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stops when the compressor stops cooling.
Approximately
check the
every 3 minutes the fan will turn on and
air to determine if cooling is needed.
room
ON/OFF TIMER
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If unit is
running,
This button can automatically control
the temperature of the room.
The temperature can be set within a
range of 60°F to 86°F by 1°F.
Select the lower number for lower
temperature of the room.
Timer sets number of hours until shut off.
After it is set, the Temperature setting will raise
If unit is off, Timer sets number of hours before
by 2°F 30
starting.
min.
later, and 2°F after another 30min.
Everytime you push this button, timer is set as follows:
(1Hour 2Hours 3Hours 4Hours 5Hours 6Hours 7Hours 8Hours 9Hours 10Hours 11Hours 12Hours Cancel)
After it is set, the Setting Temperature will raise by 2°F 30min. later and by 2°F after another 30 min.
VERTICAL AIR DIRECTION CONTROL
HORIZONTAL AIR DIRECTION CONTROL
The horizontal air direction is
the louvers
right
and left with
The vertical air direction is
adjusted by moving
your finger. (FIG. 26)
adjusted by moving the
fingertips. (FIG. 27)
louvers up and down with your
FIG. 26
FIG. 27
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ENGLISH
OPERATION
REMOTE CONTROL
Precaution: The Remote Control will not
Air Conditioner
Everytime
or
if there
push button,
you
operate properly if strong light shines
on
the
sensor
window of the
obstacles between the Remote Control and the Air Conditioner.
are
you will hear
beep
sound from the Air Conditioner.
POWER
To turn the air conditioner ON, push the button. To turn the air conditioner OFF,
the button again. This button takes priority over any other button.
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push
When you first turn it on, the air conditioner is
on
the
High
cool mode and the
at 72°F
Temp.
TEMPERATURE SETTING
This button
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The
can
automatically
POWER
control the
temperature
room.
range of 60°F to 86°F by 1°F.
Select the lower number for lower temperature of the room.
temperature
can
be set within
of the
a
TEMP
FAN SPEED
Everytime you push this button it advances the setting
{High(F3) Low(F1) Med(F2) High(F3)}
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as
follows:
FAN SPEED
ON/OFF TIMER
If unit is
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running, Timer sets number of hours until shut off. After it is set,
Temperature setting will raise by 2°F 30 min. later, and 2°F after another 30min.
unit is off, Timer sets number of hours before starting.
TIMER
the
If
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STOPPING OPERATION
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Everytime you push this button, when the air conditioner is operating, timer is set as
(1Hour 2Hours 3Hours 4Hours 5Hours 6Hours 7Hours 8Hours 9Hours
10Hours 11Hours 12Hours Cancel)
The Setting Temperature will be raised by 2°F 30min. later and by 2°F after
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MODE
ENERGY
SAVER
follows.
another 30 min.
STARTING OPERATION
-
you push this button, when the air conditioner is not operating,
(1Hour 2Hours 3Hours 4Hours 5Hours 6Hours 7Hours
9Hours 10Hours 11Hours 12Hours Cancel)
Everytime
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as
timer is set
follow.
8Hours
ENERGY SAVER
The fan
stops when the compressor stops cooling.
every 3 minutes the fan will turn
air to determine if cooling is needed.
Approximately
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on
and check the
room
COOL/FAN
Everytime
?
you
push this button,
it will
toggle
between COOL and FAN.
HOW TO INSERT BATTERIES
1
Remove the
cover
from the back of the remote
?
Do not
use
rechargeable
batteries. Such batteries
controller.
differ from standard
2
?
Be
sure
that the
?
Be
sure
that both batteries
(+)
dry
shape, dimensions,
performance.
cells in
Insert two batteries.
and
(-)
directions
are
and
correct.
are new.
?
Remove the batteries from
the remote controller if the
3
Re-attach the
cover.
air conditioner is not
going
to be used for an extended
length
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of time.
MAINTENANCE
AIR FILTER CLEANING
The Air Filter will become
dirty
as
it
HOW TO REMOVE THE FRONT
removes
dust
GRILLE
from the inside air. It should be washed at least
every 2 weeks. If the Air Filter remains full of dust,
the air flow will decrease and the cooling capacity
will be reduced,
?
Pull the inlet
pull
?
possibly damaging
the unit.
grille forward, grasping
(FIG. 28)
Open
?
Remove the
?
Push the
both tabs, and
out the air filter.
Wash the Air Filter under the faucet with
water. Be
sure
replacing
the filter.
the inlet
?
grille
screw
downward.
securing
the Front Grille.
grille up from the bottom and pull the top
of the grille away from the case to lift the top tabs
out of their slots.
warm
to shake off all the water before
(FIG.29)
ENGLISH
FIG. 28
FIG. 31
FIG. 29
HOW TO REPLACE THE
AIR CONDITIONER CLEANING
Clean the front
and inlet
cloth
mild
grille
dampened in a
grille by wiping
detergent solution.
with
Attach the front
The cabinet may be washed with mild soap or
detergent and lukewarm water, then polished with
liquid appliance
To
FRONT GRILLE
a
tabs
on
cabinet.
grille to the cabinet by inserting the
grille into the tabs on the front of the
Push the grille in until it snaps into place.
the
wax.
continued peak efficiency, the condenser
(weather side at unit) should be checked
periodically and cleaned if they become clogged
with soot or dirt from the atmosphere. Brush or
ensure
coils
vacuum
exterior coils to
remove
debris from fins.
FIG. 30
FIG. 32
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BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
Check the
help
list to be
following
you avoid
an
sure a
service call is
really
necessary. A
reference to this manual may
quick
unneeded service call.
THE AIR CONDITIONER WILL NOT OPERATE
Check if...
Then...
Wall
plug disconnected.
House fuse blown
or
Push
circuit breaker
plug firmly into wall outlet.
Replace fuse with time delay type
tripped.
Power is OFF.
Unit
was
or
reset circuit breaker.
Push the power button.
turned off and then
TEMP Control set
on
than
warmer
too
Set unit off and wait 3 minutes before
quickly.
room
temperature.
Set TEMP Control to
a
restarting.
lower number.
AIR FROM UNIT DOES NOT FEEL COLD ENOUGH.
Check if...
Then...
FAN SPEED set
a
LOW.
TEMP Control set too
Push FAN SPEED button to set
Set TEMP Control to
warm.
Room temperature below 70°F (21°C).
Temperature sensing tube touching cold coil,
Air filter may be
(21°C).
--
To defrost the coil, set the MODE to FAN.
Clean air filter. Refer to Maintenance section of owner's manual.
dirty.
TEMP Control set too lower for
night-time cooling.
THE AIR CONDITIONER COOLING, BUT ROOM IS TOO WARM
Check if...
To defrost the coil, set the MODE to FAN
TEMP control to a higher number.
or
"High
Cool" with the
NO ICE FORMING ON COOLING COIL BEHIND INLET GIRILLE.
--
Then...
--
air restricted.
TEMP Control set too
Clean air filter. Refer to Maintenance section of owner's manual.
Set TEMP Control to
warm.
Front of unit is blocked by drapes, blinds, furniture, etc.
Air distribution is restricted.
Doors, windows, registers,
Unit
rises above 70°F
Then...
temperature below 70°F (21°C).
Dirty air filter
HI.
COOLING, BUT ROOM IS TOO WARM ICE FORMING ON COOLING COIL BEHIND INLET GRILLE.
Check if...
Outdoor
a
lower number.
Cooling may not occur until room temperature
Straighten tube away from coil.
located behind air filter.
THE AIR CONDITIONER
a
recently turned on
etc. open. Cold air escapes.
in hot
room.
Clear
blockage
a
lower number.
in front of unit.
Close doors, windows, registers, etc.
Allow additional time to remove stored heat from walls,
ceiling, floor, and furniture.
THE AIR CONDITIONER TURNS ON AND OFF RAPIDLY.
Check if...
Then...
Outside
temperature is extremely hot.
Set FAN SPEED
NOISE WHEN UNIT IS COOLING.
Check if...
Sound of fan
hitting water
Window vibration
--
--
moisture removal
on
HI to
bring air past cooling coils faster.
Then...
system.
poor installation.
This is normal when
humidity is high.
Refer to installation instructions
or
Close doors, windows, and
registers.
check with installer.
WATER DRIPPING INSIDE WHEN UNIT IS COOLING.
Check if...
Then...
The air conditioner is
improperly installed.
Tilt air conditioner slightly to the outside to allow water
installation instructions or check with installer.
WATER DRIPPING OUTSIDE WHEN UNIT IS COOLING.
Check if...
Then...
The unit is removing
from humid room.
large quantities of moisture
This is normal
-14-
during excessively humid days.
drainage.
Refer to
-15-
Room Air Conditioner
To order Parts call Toll Free
Model No. 580.71122100
1-800-4-MY-HOME
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
(1-800-469-4663)
all orders, not the illustration number.
CABINET & FRONT GRILLE ASSY
3-A
number.
7-A
1-A
2-A
8-A
11/00
4-A
5-A
-16-
6-A
580.71122100
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
all orders, not the illustration number.
CABINET & FRONT GRILLE ASSY
#
=
*
=
POS. NO
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
1-A
3530AR1278A
FRONT GRILLE
2-A
3530AR1535A
INLET GRILLE
3-A
5231AR1152A
AIR FILTER ASS'Y
4-A
5990AR2974A
VANE
5-A
4758AR7211A
LOUVER
6-A
3091AR2286N
CABINET ASS'Y
7-A
4974AR3262E
UPPER GUIDE
8-A
3850A20046M
LABEL, ENERGY
*
3828A20049P
MANUAL OWNER'S
Functional Parts
Non-illustrated Parts
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11/00
580.71122100
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
all orders, not the illustration number.
CONTROL BOX ASS'Y
3-B
7-B
8-B
6-B
4-B
9-B
10-B
11-B
5-B
12-B
2-B
11/00
1-B
13-B
-18-
580.71122100
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
all orders, not the illustration number.
CONTROL BOX ASS'Y
POS. NO
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
1-B
2H00677S
POWER CORD ASS'Y
2-B
4H01762A
CLIP, CORD
3-B
6631AR3843B
CONNECTOR ASS'Y
4-B
6323A20003D
THERMISTOR ASS'Y
5-B
6631AQ3201B
WIRE ASS'Y
6-B
0CZZA20001M
CAPACITOR
7-B
4H00442F
CAPACITOR CLAMP
4994AR1221A
CONTROL BOX
9-B
3720A10022A
PANEL, CONTROL
10-B
6871A20117A
DISPLAY ASS'Y
11-B
6871A10013J
PWB
12-B
3550AR7032A
COVER, CONTROL BOX
13-B
6711A20035E
REMOTE CONTROL
8-B
#
=
*
=
#
#
ASS'Y, MAIN
Functional Parts
Non-illustrated Parts
-19-
11/00
580.71122100
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
all orders, not the illustration number.
AIR HANDLING & CYCLE PARTS
2-C
12-C
19-C
14-C
11-C
9-C
10-C
3-C
6-C
8-C
13-C
10-C
5-C
18-C
7-C
4-C
15-C
17-C
16-C
1-C
11/00
-20-
580.71122100
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
all orders, not the illustration number.
AIR HANDLING & CYCLE PARTS
POS. NO
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
1-C
3041A20012R
BASE PAN WELD ASS'Y
2-C
5238A20001A
AIR GUIDE
3-C
4948A10005A
ORIFICE
4-C
4900AR7024A
VENTILATION DAMPER
5-C
4960A20005A
MOTOR MOUNT
4681A20027H
MOTOR ASS'Y
3072A20001A
SCROLL
6-C
#
7-C
#
=
*
=
8-C
#
5900A20002B
FAN, TURBO
9-C
#
5900AR1173A
FAN
10-C
3H02932B
CLAMP SPRING
11-C
4998AR1496A
SHROUD
12-C
4800A10001A
BRACE
13-C
#
5421AR2910E
EVAPORATOR ASS'Y
14-C
#
5403AR2921A
CONDENSER ASS'Y
15-C
4H02023A
DRAIN RUBBER
16-C
4H01029D
WASHER RUBBER
17-C
3H02773A
DRAIN PIPE
18-C
4790A20022A
BARRIER
19-C
3530AR2688D
GRILLE ASS'Y, REAR
Functional Parts
Non-illustrated Parts
-21-
11/00
580.71122100
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
all orders, not the illustration number.
COMPRESSOR PARTS
9-D
14-D
8-D
7-D
12-D
13-D
6-D
10-D
5-D
2-D
11-D
4-D
3-D
1-D
11/00
-22-
580.71122100
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
all orders, not the illustration number.
COMPRESSOR PARTS
POS. NO
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
1-D
4H00982C
ISOLATOR, COMP
2520UKPC2CA
COMPRESSOR
3-D
4H01811C
BRACKET, WASHER
4-D
1NHA0801206
HEXAGON NUTS
5-D
4986U-L001G
GASKET
6750U-L029A
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
7-D
3550U-L004A
TERMINAL COVER
8-D
4H01058A
GASKET NUT
9-D
4H00947A
TERMINAL COVER NUT
10-D
5211AR2930A
TUBE ASS'Y DISCHARGE
11-D
5211A20228A
TUBE ASS'Y SUCTION
12-D
5211A20131D
TUBE ASS'Y EVAPORATOR
13-D
5211AR7059B
TUBE ASS'Y CONNECTOR
14-D
5211A20020S
TUBE ASS'Y CAPILLARY
2-D
6-D
#
=
*
=
#
#
Functional Parts
Non-illustrated Parts
-23-
11/00
580.71122100
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
all orders, not the illustration number.
INSTALLATION KIT ASS'Y
6-E
1-E
3-E
4-E
5-E
2-E
11/00
-24-
580.71122100
CAUTION: Use the Kenmore part number
on
all orders, not the illustration number.
INSTALLATION KIT ASS'Y
#
=
*
=
POS. NO
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
1-E
4959AR3402C
SIDE CURTAIN ASS'Y
2-E
4959AR3402D
SIDE CURTAIN ASS'Y
3-E
4810AR3240A
SILL SUPPORT BRACKET
4-E
1BHD1004006
BOLT
5-E
1NHC1000006
NUT
6-E
4H01785B
L BRACKET
Functional Parts
Non-illustrated Parts
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