LG | LS-P0960CL | LG LS-P0960CL Owner’s Manual

ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
OWNER'S MANUAL
SPLIT TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
Please read
before
carefully and thoroughly
operating this unit.
Contact the authorized SVC
man
for
this manual
repair
or
maintenance of this unit.
Contact the installer for installation of this unit.
Prior to installation, this air-conditioning unit must be submitted for
approval by the utility service which provides electricity (EN 60555-3
Norm).
CONTENTS
PRODUCT COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
3
(1)
Feature
3
(2)
Indoor Unit, Outdoor Unit
4
(3)
Name and Function-Remote Controller
5
(4)
Remote Controller
6
Preparation
AIR CONDITIONER OPERATION
7
(1) Operation
Mode
7
(2) Operation
Procedure
7
(3)
Fan
(4) Sleep
(5)
Mode Auto-Control
13
Setting
14
Airflow Direction Procedure
(6) Setting
(7)
12
Operation
Timer
the Present Time
15
16
Setting
Details
18
FORCED OPERATION
19
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
20
OPERATION TIPS
22
CAUTION
23
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
24
THIS IS NOT MALFUNCTION
25
(8) Operation
?¡2?¡
PRODUCT COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
(1) Feature
GA Soft
Dry Operation
Mode
page 9
This mode is
without
to
designed
overcooling.
GB Natural wind
dehumidify
by CHAOS logic
page 18
This mode
automatically controls the
speed and creates the feeling
of a pleasant breeze like a natural wind
by CHAOS logic.
indoor fan
GC Auto
Operation
page 12
In
selecting this mode of operation, the
setting temperature, indoor fan speed,
and the desired operation mode are
automatically set by Fuzzy rule on the
basis of sensing the room temperature.
During Auto Operation, vertical the louver swings up and down automatically in
according to 1/f rhythm. Pressing the Air-
Wireless Remote Controller
all functions at your
puts
fingertips.
flow Direction Control Button will set the
position. If you
swing of vertilouver, press again the Airflow
louvers
as
cal the
CAUTION
the desired
want to go on with the 1/f
Direction Control Button.
GD ON/OFF Dual Timer
of
handling
the Remote Controller
?UAim at the signal receptor
air conditioner
so as
to
ed at
page 16
You can program the room air conditioner to turn itself on or off so as to ensure
you maximum comfort when you return
from being away.
?UBe
a
room
operate.
?UThe remote control signal
Setting
the
on
can
be receiv-
distance of up to about 7m.
that there are no obstructions
sure
between the remote controller and the
signal receptor.
?UDo not drop
or
throw the remote cont-
roller.
place the remote controller in a
exposed to direct sunlight, or
the heating unit, or any other heat
Do not
GE
Mode Auto Control
Sleep
location
page 13
near
A touch of the
Sleep
Mode Button auto-
the
matically programs
room
air condi-
tioner to turn off controls the indoor fan
speed,
and
adjusts
the
ture to create a more
setting temperacomfortable sleep.
source.
?UBlock
a
strong light
(ex:
electronic
the
signal
so as
quick start, ELBA,
lamp)
type fluorescent
?¡3?¡
over
receptor with a curtain or etc.
prevent the abnomal operation.
to
inverter
(2) Indoor Unit, outdoor Unit
Indoor Unit
Power
Supply
Cord
Air Intake Vent
(front panel)
Remote Controller
Air Outlet Vent
Storage
(9K, 12K Models)
Horizontal Airflow
Panel
Direction Louver
(left
Vertical Airflow direction Louver
Air Filters
(The air outlet vent
operation starts. )
(behind
opens when the
Indoor unit controls
and indicators
Open
the front
the
panel)
Forced
Operation
Used for
operation
Button
when the remote controller cannot
be used.
(When operation is stopped by the remote controller
removing power plug, the room air conditioner
consumes approximately 2W of electricity.)
without
panel
Press the
panel to open
(left and right side of
front panel) and open the
panel upward.
Signal Receptor
Receives the
(Signal
beep.)
signals
from the remote controller.
received sound: two short
Operation
Indication
On
beeps
:
Lights up during Sleep
operation.
Timer
:
Lights up during
Deice Mode
:
timer
:
(Side)
Light up during compressor
tion.(Cooling Only)
Piping
Drain Hose
Air Outlet Vent
?¡4?¡
operation.
Light up during
(Blinks on
start) (Heat Pump Only)
(Rear)
Outdoor Unit
Mode Auto
Deice Mode operaand off during hot
tion.
OUTDOOR
long
the air conditioner
Lights up during
operation.
Mode
or one
Lamps
:
Sleep
Air Intake Vents
Opening
right)
and
opera-
(3) Name and Function-Remote Controller
Remote Controller
GA
Operation Display
the
Displays
Signal
transmitter.
Transmits the
GB
conditions.
Button
Start/Stop
Operation
signals
operation
starts when this button is
stops when the button is
to the room air conditioner.
GC
Operation
pressed,
pressed again.
and
Mode Selection Button
Used to select the
operation mode.
?UCooling Operation Mode.
?USoft Dry Operation Mode.
?UHeating Operation Mode. (Heat Pump Only)
?UAuto Operation Mode.
GD
Sleep
Mode Auto Button
Used to set
Sleep
Mode Auto
Operation.
ON Timer Button
GE
Used to set the time of
starting operation.
Timer Set Button
GF
Used to set the timer until the desired time is
obtained.
GG
OFF Timer Button
Used to set the time of
GH
stopping operation.
Timer CANCEL Button
Used to cancel the timer
Indoor Fan
GI
Speed
operation.
Selector
Used to select the desired fan
GJ
GK
GL
Time
Setting
Button
Used to
adjust
the time.
Room
Temperature Setting
the
Button
Used to
adjust
Room
Temperature Checking
Used to check the
GM
speed.
room
room
temperature.
Button
temperature.
Airflow Direction Control Button
Used to set the desired airflow direction.
GN
Reset Button
GO
Fan
Operation
Button
(Cooling Only)
Used to operate the indoor fan
?¡5?¡
only.
(4) Remote Controller Preparation
How to store the remote controller
(9K,
1
12K
Models)
a
wall
(All models)
Press the left and the
open the front
How to mount onto
right
panel upward.
side to
1
Use the
screws
to secure the holder to
the wall.
Confirm that the remote control
signals
can
be received from
this location.
2
Store the remote controller.
(Remove
3
it when
To Attach the remote controller to the
holder.(1)
(2)
using.)
Press the left and the
close the front
2
right
side to
panel.
3
To
Hook
Press
remove.
(2)
Unhook
(1)Pull
How to insert batteries
1
Remove the
cover
from the back
of the remote controller.
?USlide the
arrow
cover
according
?UDo not
to the
direction.
that the
(-)
that both batteries
are
directions
?UBe
sure
are
(+)
shape, dimensions,
performance.
correct.
3 ?USlide
the remote controller if the
air conditioner is not
to be used for some
cover.
it back into
and
?URemove the batteries from
new.
Re-attach the
cells
dry
in
and
sure
rechargeable
fer from standard
Insert the two batteries.
2 ?UBe
use
batteries, such batteries dif-
time.
position.
?¡6?¡
going
long
AIR CONDITIONER OPERATION
(1) Operation Mode
Cooling
mode
¤v
Soft
Dry
Mode
¤v
Heating
Mode
(Heat Pump Only)
¤v
Auto Mode
(2) Operation Procedure
Start/Stop
Button
Operation
Mode Selection
Button
Room
Temperature Setting
Button
Indoor Fan
Speed
Selector
?¡7?¡
GA
Cooling Operation
(
1
LED
Mode
lamp ON)
Press the
Start/Stop
Button.
?UTwo short beep will sound and
the
2
Select
operation lamp
will
light up.
Cooling Operation.
Press the
Operation
Mode Selection Button.
Each time the button is
pressed,
the
operation
mode is shifted in the
arrow
direction.
Operation Display
Cooling Operation
Soft
Dry Operation
Heating Operation
Auto
Operation
(Heat Pump Only)
3
Set the temperature.
?UThe temperature
within
a
can
be set
range of 20°C~30°Cby
1°C.
4
Set the fan
To raise the
Temperature
To lower the
Temperature
speed.
?USelect the fan speed in four steps
?U-- low, medium, high, CHAOS.
?U
?UThe display shows high fan
?Uspeed.
?UEach time the button is pressed, the fan speed mode is
shifted.
?¡8?¡
GB Soft
Dry Operation
Mode
This mode dehumidifies without
(
1
LED
overcooling.
lamp ON)
Press the
Start/Stop
Button.
?UTwo short beep will sound and
the
2
Select Soft
Press the
operation lamp
will
light up.
Dry Operation.
operation
Mode Selection Button.
Each time the button is
pressed,
the
operation
mode is shifted in the
arrow
direction.
Operation Display
Cooling Operation
3
Set the temperature lower than the
Soft
Dry Operation
room
Heating Operation
(Heat Pump Only)
Auto
Operation
temperature.
?UThe temperature
?U
within
can
be set
range of 20°C~30°Cby
a
1°C.
4
To raise the
Temperature
To lower the
Temperature
During Dry Operation.
?UThe indoor fan speed is automatically set to the low,
is
speed
impossible
by Micom Control.
because of
already being
?UThe indoor fan may be stopped not
so as
so
to be the room
?¡9?¡
the shift of the indoor fan
set to the best
speed
for
overcooling.
Dry Operation
GC
Heating Operation
(
1
LED
Mode
lamp ON)
Press the
Start/Stop
Button.
?UTwo short beep will sound and
the
2
Select
operation lamp
will
light up.
Heating Operation.
Press the
Operation
Mode Selection Button.
Each time the button is
pressed,
the
operation
mode is shifted in the
arrow
direction.
Operation Display
Cooling Operation
Soft
Dry Operation
Heating Operation
Auto
Operation
(Heat Pump Only)
3
Set the temperature.
?UThe temperature
within
a
can
be set
range of 16°C~30°Cby
1°C.
4
Set the fan
To raise the
Temperature
To lower the
Temperature
speed.
?USelect the fan speed in four steps
?U-- low, medium, high, CHAOS.
?U
?UThe display shows high fan
?Uspeed.
?UEach time the button is pressed, the fan speed mode is
shifted.
?¡10?¡
GD Auto
(
1
Operation
LED
Mode
lamp ON)
Press the
Start/Stop
Button.
?UTwo short beep will sound and
the
2
Select Auto
Press the
operation lamp
will
light up.
Operation.
Operation
Mode Selection Button.
Each time the button is
pressed,
the
operation
mode is shifted in the
arrow
direction.
Operation Display
Cooling Operation
3
Soft
Dry Operation
Heating Operation
(Heat Pump Only)
Auto
Operation
Set the temperature.
?UThe desired operation mode and
the
setting temperature and the
speed are automatically set
by Fuzzy rule on the basis of
sensing the room temperature.
fan
4
During
Auto
To raise the
Temperature.
To lower the
Temperature.
Operation.
?UIt is impossible to switch the indoor fan speed during Auto Operation because of being
already
set to the best
position by Fuzzy
?UIt is possible to press the
change
?UIf the
the
room
rule.
temperature setting button only
automatically setting temperature.
room
air conditioner is not
operating
as
mode.
?¡11?¡
two times so as to
desired, switch to cooling mode
or
other
(3) Fan Operation (Cooling Only)
(
1
LED
lamp ON)
Press the
Start/Stop
Button.
?UTwo short beep will sound and
the
2
3
Select Fan
Operation
Each time the Fan
arrow
operation lamp
will
light up.
Button.
Speed
Selector is
pressed,
the fan
speed
mode is shifted in the
direction.
?UFan speed is low.
?UFan speed is medium.
?UFan speed is high.
?UNatural wind by CHAOS logic:
The indoor fan
speed is automatically
changed
high to the low, or
reversely by CHAOS logic.
from the
?¡12?¡
(4) Sleep Mode Auto Control Setting
(
LED
lamp ON)
Remote Controller
?UThe Sleep Mode will be operated at
fan
speed (Cooling)
a
low
med. Fan
speed
being too cold
(Cooling) or too hot (Heating) by automatically the setting temperature being raised
(Cooling) or being decreased (Heating) for
comfortable sleeping.
prevent the
room
Press the
Button.
Sleep
1. Press the
Sleep
or a
from
Mode Auto
Mode Auto Button and
set the time to turn off.
2. Check the
room
Sleep
Mode Auto LED of the
air conditioner to
light up.
programmed by 1
pressing the sleep mode
3. The Timer is
each
hour
auto
button from 1 hour to 7 hours.
4. The indoor fan is switched to
a
low
speed.
?UThe setting temperature will be automati-
cally
by 1°C 30 minutes later and by
later(Cooling) or continued
any change(Heating).
raised
2°C 1
without
hour
?USo
as to cancel the Sleep Mode, press the
CANCEL button several times until disap-
pear the
?¡13?¡
Sleep
Mode.
(Star pictograph)
(5) Airflow Direction Procedure
GA Vertical Airflow Direction Control
Airflow Direction Control
The airflow direction
can
be
adjusted as desired by using the remote controller.
yourself directly, such as after taking a bath.
This is
effective when you want to cool
Press the
1
(Confirm
Start/Stop
the unit
on
Button.
operation.)
Horizontal
Downward
2
Press the Airflow Direction Control
Button for the vertical louver's
ing up
Remote Controller
3
Press
and down
again
swing-
automatically.
the Airflow Direction
Control Button to set the vertical louver
at the desired airflow direction.
Airflow Direction Control Button
Caution
?UAlways
use
the remote controller to
airflow direction.
Manually moving
by hand could
airflow direction louver
operation
adjust
the
the vertical
cause
errors.
?UWhen air conditioner operation is stopped, the
vertical airflow direction louver will close the air
conditioner's air outlet vent.
?¡14?¡
GB Horizontal Airflow Direction Control
?UAdjust
louver
the horizontal airflow direction
by
by manually moving
the horizontal airflow direction
hand.
(6) Setting the Present Time
The present time can be set
ies for the remote controller.
1
Press the
ing
Start/Stop
only
when
pressing
Button after pressor changing bat-
the RESET Button
2
the reset button
Press the Time
Press the Time SET Button.
NOTE: Check
a.m.
and p.m. Indicator in
setting
?¡15?¡
when
Setting
set the desired time.
teries for Remote Controller.
3
or
time.
replacing
Button until
batter-
being
(7) Timer Setting
LED
(
lamp ON)
Remote Controller
GA ON Timer Button or OFF
Timer Button
GB Time
Setting
Button
GC Timer SET Button
GD Timer CANCEL Button
1
Press the ON Timer Button
or
OFF
Timer Button.
To cancel the
settings
Press the Timer Cancel Button.
The timer
will be
setting
displayed.
(The
on
timer
lamp
the air condi-
tioner and the dis-
play
2
Change
the Time
Setting
will go
out.)
and press
the Timer Set Button.
If the
settings
are
cancelled
by
a
power
failure
Press the
Start/Stop Button, and then set
again as desired time in accordTimer Setting Procedure.
the timer
ing
?¡16?¡
to
Timer
12
Setting
Procedure
Confirm the present time.
(Refer page 15)
Press ON Timer Button
OFF Timer Button.
or
?USelect
of
one
of the
four types
following
operation.
?UEach time the button is pressed, the
operation
mode is shifted to the
arrow
direction.
Delay
Operation stops
at OFF Timer
Setting.
OFF Timer
Delay
Operation
starts at ON Timer
Setting.
ON Timer
Delay
Operation stops
OFF and
at OFF Timer
and starts at ON Timer
ON Timer
Delay ON
Operation
and OFF
starts at ON Timer
NOTE: Check
setting
3
Press the Time
being
Setting.
and stops at OFF Timer
Timer
Setting
Button until
set the desired time.
4
?¡17?¡
a.m.
Setting
Setting
Setting.
and p.m. Indicator in
time.
Press the Timer SET Button.
(8) Operation Details
?USoft Dry Operation Mode
When the
temp. is higher than the setting temperature, it operates cooling mode as the
setting temperature, the setting fan speed (if CHAOS mode, then med.), and then it will be
switched to Soft Dry Operation Mode when the room temperature reaches the setting temperature.
In Soft Dry Operation Mode, the indoor fan speed is automatically switched to the low.
room
?UNatural wind by the CHAOS logic
For
more
fresh
feeling
than other fan
speed mode, press
the indoor fan
Speed
Selector and
set to CHAOS mode.
In this mode, the wind blows like natural breeze
the
high
to the
low,
or
reversely
in
according
by automatically
logic.
to the CHAOS
?¡18?¡
fan
speed switching
from
FORCED OPERATION
when the remote
Operation procedures
controller can't be used.
panel upward and press the
Forced Operation Button.
If want to stop operation, press again.
During Forced operation, the operating conditions are automatically set as the following.
Open
the front
Room temperature
Operating
below 21°C
mode
21°C~24°C
Soft
Heating
Setting temperature
22°C
Indoor fan
High
speed
soft
dry
24°C
Cooling
dry
Room temperature
by
over
rule
24°C
High
Press the Forced
Operation
Button.
?UPress the Forced Operation Button
once
Helpful
Airflow
The
information
speed
and
cooling capacity
cooling capacity
indicated in the
tion is the value when the fan
high,
and the
speed
specificais set to
will be lower at low
capacity
speed.
High fan speed is recommended
to cool the room quickly.
or
medium fan
when you wish
?¡19?¡
again
to
stop operation.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Before performing any
maintenance procedure
Remove power
During
Cleaning
plug.
the
season
of the air filters.
Recommended about
once
every two
weeks.
1
Remove the Air Filters.
Take hold of the tab and
slightly
forward to
remove
pull
the fil-
ter.
Don't wash with water.
2
Clean.
?UTo
remove
the dust
the filters, either
cleaner,
and
dry
or
adhering
to
use a vacuum
wash them in water
in the shade.
?URe-insert the filter into the original
Never
use
any of the
follwings.
If the Air Filters become
?UWater hotter than 40°C.
Could
cause
?UPurchase
deformation and/or discol-
?UVolatile substances.
damage
new
damaged.
filters from your air
con-
ditioner dealer.
oration.
Could
position.
the surfaces of the air
Cleaning
con-
of the air conditioner and the
remote controller.
ditioner.
?UWipe
?¡20?¡
with
a
soft, dry cloth.
At the end of the
1
season
Operate the air conditioner at the
lowing settings for 2 to 3 hours.
(Summer)
?UType of operation: Cooling.
?UTemperature setting: 30°C.
This will
dry
fol-
1
At the start of the
season
Remove the
cover
protective
from the
outdoor unit.
out the internal mecha-
nisms.
Remove the batteries from the Re-
2
mote Controller.
3
tective
2
Cover the outdoor unit with the pro-
Helpful
3
cover.
information
The air filters and your electiric bill
If the air filters become
clogged with dust, the
drop, and 6% of the elec-
cooling capacity will
tricity used to operate
the air conditioner will be
wasted.
?¡21?¡
Clean the air filters, re-insert then,
and operate the air conditioner.
Be
sure
that
nothing
obstructs the air
outlet and intake vents.
OPERATION TIPS
Do not overcool the
room.
Keep
blinds
or
curtains
Keep
the
room
tempera-
closed.
ture uniform.
health and wastes electrici-
Do not let direct sunshine
Adjust
ty.
enter the room when the
izontal airflow direction to
This is not
Make
sure
good
for the
that the doors
and windows
are
shut
tight.
Avoid
opening
windows
ble to
the
air conditioner is in opera-
ensure a
tion.
ture in the room.
Clean the air filter regu-
Ventilate the
larly.
sionally.
Blockages
as
keep
room.
doors and
much
as
possi-
the cool air in
the vertical and hor-
in the air filter
uniform tempera-
room occa-
Since windows
are
kept
reduce the airflow and
closed, it is
lower
open them and ventilate
the room now and then.
cooling and duhumidifying effects. Clean at
least
once
every
weeks.
?¡22?¡
two
a
good
idea to
CAUTION
Do not
pull
out the power
cord.
Damage to the cord may
result in serious electrical
shocks.
appropri-
care
the air condi-
to
temperature
adjust
the
to suit the
conditions. Rooms
occu-
Do
not
block
This
Do not
formance and
use
the air condi-
the
air
intake and outlet vents.
causes
operation.
sticks
or
lowered per-
irregular
Do not insert
other
objects into
it is danger-
preserving foods, keeping
animals, or cultivating veg-
these vents
etables.
components and the fan.
Do not
use
heating appavicinity.
ratuses in the
temperature.
Take
use
tioner for other purposes,
such as drying clothes,
Select the most
ate
Do not
tioner for purposes other
than cooling the room.
The air conditioner's
plas-
tic parts may melt if exposed to excessive heat.
pied by young infants, the
elderly, or invalids should
be kept at an appropriate
ous
Avoid
exposing the body
directly to a continuous
unidirectional cool airflow for
?¡23?¡
long periods.
This is not
health.
temperature.
as
to touch the electric
good
for your
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
Check the
please
following points
before
requesting repairs
or
service
.
.
.
If the malfunction
persist,
contact your dealer.
Cause
Faults
Does not operate.
?THas the fuse blown
has the circuit breaker been
or
tripped?
?THave you made
Does not cool
or
heat
effectively.
a
mistake in timer
operation?
?TIs the air filter dirty? See air filter cleaning
instructions.
may have been very hot when the room
air conditioner was first turned on. Allow time for it
?TThe
room
to cool down.
?THas the temperature been set incorrectly?
?TAre the indoor unit's air inlet or outlet vents
obstructed?
The
room
has
a
peculiar
odor.
?TCheck that this is not
a
walls, carpet, furniture
The air conditioner
operation
is
?TFor
a
damp
or
cloth items in the
noise that sounds like water
---This is the sound of freon
noisy.
smell exuded
flowing
by
the
room.
flowing.
inside the air
conditioner unit.
?TFor
noise that sounds like the
compressed
atmosphere.
---This is the sound of the dehumidifying water being
processed inside the air conditioning unit.
air
It
seems
leaking
that condensation is
from air conditioner.
Air conditioner does not
operate
for about 3 minutes when
a
releasing
into
?TCondensation
occurs
conditioner cools the
when the airflow from the air
warm room
air.
?TThis is the protector of the mechanism.
?TWait about three minutes and operation will begin.
restart.
Remote controller
or no
display
display
at all.
is faint,
?TAre the batteries depleted?
?TAre the batteries inserted in the opposite (+) and
(-) directions?
NOTE
SPLASH PROOF : The outdoor side of this
appliance
ordinary.
?¡24?¡
is SPLASH PROOF and the indoor side is
This is not malfunction
It may
happen some noise
"Tig" "Tig" from the indoor
operate
or
the
same as
unit when the unit
after the unit stop, which is due to
plastic body's shrinkage
or
expansion by
temperature fluctuation.
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