LG | LW-E2460CL | LG LW-E2460CL Owner’s Manual

TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURES
2
OPERATING
3
FUNCTION
3
VENTILATION
4
TO CONTROL AIR DIRECTION
4
HOW TO ATTACH DRAIN PAN
5
AIR FILTER CLEANING
5
HOW TO ATTACH FRONT GRILLE TO CABINET
6
INSTALLATION
6
CAUTIONS
7
PLEASE CHECK BEFORE SERVICE CALL
7
FEATURES
1.
CABINET
7.
AIR FILTER
2.
HORIZONTAL AIR DEFLECTOR
8.
CONTROL BOARD
(VERTICAL LOUVER)
9.
POWER CORD
3.
VERTICAL AIR DEFLECTOR
10.
EVAPORATOR
(HORIZONTAL LOUVER)
11.
CONDENSER
4.
AIR DISCHARGE
5.
FRONT GRILLE
6.
AIR INTAKE
12. COMPRESSOR
13. BASE PAN
14. BRACE
(INLET GRILLE)
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OPERATING
?UCAUTION
When the air conditioner has been
the fan
position,
performing
wait at least 3 minutes before
its
cooling operation and is turned off or
resetting to the cooling operation again.
set to
FUNCTION
?UTHERMOSTAT
Thermostat will
?UOPERATION
automatically
control the
OFF
temperature of the room. Select higher
number for lower room temperature. The
MED FAN
(
(
)
)
:
Turns the air conditioner off.
:
Permits
The
5
6
or
position.
position is
LOW FAN
a
normal
setting
(
)
for
HIGH COOL
(
MED COOL
(
LOW COOL
(
?UAUTO SWING
(
Air
):
swing
is
operated
while
OPERATION knob is set to the
COOL
OFF(
)
:
position.
Stops the operation
of air
swing.
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:
Permits
the
fan
without
low
fan
without
average conditions.
ON
low
speed operation
cooling.
temperature is selected by turning the knob
to the desired
the
speed operation
cooling.
): Permits cooling with the
high fan speed operation.
): Permits heating with the
low fan speed operation.
): Permits cooling with the
low fan speed opertion.
VENTILATION
The ventilation lever must be in the CLOSE
position
in order to maintain the best
cooling
conditions.
When fresh air is necessary in the room, set the ventilation lever to the OPEN
The
damper
is
NOTE: Before
opened
using
£
room
position.
air is exhausted.
the ventilation feature,
make the lever,
part
and
as
shown. First,
to horizontal line with
down
pull
part
£
.
TO CONTROL AIR DIRECTION
The direction of air
can
be controlled wherever you want to cool
by adjusting
the horizontal
louver and the vertical louver.
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HORIZONTAL AIR-DIRECTION CONTROL
To control horizontal direction of air flow, set
to the ON
position
the air flow will be
automatic
stop the air flow from moving,
switch off the air
?
air-swing switch and
swept horizontally by the
air-swing system.
If you want to
position
the
of the
swing
switch at the desired
vane.
VERTICAL AIR-DIRECTION CONTROL
The vertical air direction is
moving
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the horizontal louver.
adjusted by
HOW TO ATTACH DRAIN PAN
The air conditioner
removed from the
employs a proper drain method whereby
air) is drained to the outside.
the condensate water
(moisture
In very humid weather, (and for reverse cycle models in the reverse mode) excessive
condensate water removed from the air may cause some water to collect. To remove this
excess
water you can install the drain pan as detailed below.
1. Take the drain pan which is located in the air
discharge or on the barrier.
base-pan. (for some models).
cor ner of the cabinet with 4 (or 2) screws.
2.
Remove the hole rubber from the
3.
Install the drain pan to the left
Connect the drain hose to the outlet located at the bottom of the drain pan.
You can purchase the drain hose or tubing locally to satisfy your particular needs.
4.
hose is not
(Drain
supplied).
AIR FILTER CLEANING
The air filter should be checked at least twice
particles
also
1.
a
month to
causes an
accumulation of frost
on
the
cooling
4.
if
cleaning
the inlet
is necessary.
Trapped
cooling capacity and
coils.
grille upward by pulling out the bottom of the inlet grille.
grille assembly by pulling the air filter up slightly.
Wash the filter using lukewarm water below 40¡£
C (104¡£
F).
Gently shake the excess water from the filter completely. Replace the filter.
Open
2. Remove the air filter from the front
3.
see
in the filter will build up and block the airflow. This reduces the
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HOW TO ATTACH FRONT GRILLE TO CABINET
1. Pull down front
cabinet top.
3.
2. Push front
the cabinet in
4.
order to
tabs into the
into the base pan.
5. Close inlet grille.
grille from the
grille's tips toward
insert front grille's
cabinet.
Open the inlet grille.
Tighten the screw through
the front
grille
INSTALLATION
1. To avoid vibration and noise, make
2. Install the unit where the
If the unit receives direct
3. There should be
no
sunlight
sunlight,
sure
the unit is installed
does not shine
build
obstacle, like
a
an
directly
awning to shade
on
securely
and
firmly.
the unit.
the cabinet.
fence, within 50cm which might restrict heat radiation
from the condenser.
4. Install the unit
a
little
obliquely
outward not to leak the condensed water into the
room
(about
10mm).
5. Install the unit with its bottom
portion
75-150cm above the floor level.
6. The power cord must be connected to
an
independent
circuit. The green wire must be
grounded.
7. Connect the drain tube to the base pan hole.
Plastic hose
or
equivalent may
be connected to the drain tube.
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CAUTIONS
Listed below
problem
1.
2.
are
important
instructions which will prevent malfunctions of the unit
or
serious
with your air conditioner.
Operate the unit from a stable power
supply Voltage variation must be within ±10
percent of the rated voltage.
Do not modify any part of the unit.
3. Do not put sticks, rods, etc, into any part of
the unit.
6. Do not obstruct the air inflow of the
evaporator, it may
cause some
7. Disconnect the power cord
the cool
receptacle during
you are checking the
operate the unit without an air filter.
5. Do not hold the power cord plug with wet
days
and/or
from wall
when
season or
unit.
8. Close the ventilation
4. Do not
trouble.
plug
damper
during heavy rains.
windy
on
hand.
PLEASE CHECK BEFORE SERVICE CALL
When you find something wrong with your room air conditioner, please check carefully referring
to the following items. If you can't find out the causes of trouble, get into contact with your
dealer.
A. WHEN THE AIR CONDITIONER
CANNOT
B. AIR CONDITIONER
OPERATE;
1. Is the air conditioner
plugged
SUFFICIENTLY;
into the
receptacle properly?
1. Is the
2. Is the unit connected to
a
live
receptacle
the proper voltage?
3. Is the fuse blown or is the automatic circuit
3.
number in the room?
breaker off?
Try
a
4. Is the air circulation
local power failure?
another electrical
furniture, etc.,
product.
5. Has the air conditioner been
accidentally
switched off?
7. Is
the
same
the
an
other devices
set
too
low
temperature of indoor?
extension cord is used, is the wire
diameter
current?
large enough
windows open, or is there
in the room?
source
damper
closed for
cooling?
7. Is the air filter clean
to the
to
or
unusual heat
maximum
knob
impeded by drapes,
by an improper vane
6. Is the ventilation
line?
thermostat
comparing
8. If
by
or
setting?
5. Are the doors
an
6. Is the circuit overloaded
on
switch set
properly?
properly to
the
desired
provide
temperature?
Are there too many people than the usual
operation
2. Is the thermostat control set
supplying
4. Is there
RUNS, BUT
DOES NOT COOL
so
that it will not
obstruct the air flow?
8. Have
all
the
steps outlined
in
the
Installation Instructions been followed?
carry the
9. Is the evaporator frosted?
evaporator may
occur
Frosting of the
during the spring and
autumn months if there is a considerable
during cool weather. If
operation switch to "MED FAN".
The fast air circulation will quickly defrost
the coil so that normal cooling operating
temperature drop
so, turn the
may be resumed.
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or
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