AEG K19E User manual

AEG K19E User manual
K 19E
Klimagerät
Air-conditioner
Climatisateur
Condizionatore d’aria
Air-Conditioner
Montage- und Gebrauchsanweisung
Instructions for installation and use
Mode d'installation et d'emploi
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“Temporary installation for air-conditioning ..... 20 Tijdelijke installatie voor air-conditioning .......... eee 02
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‘Air-conditioner
K19E
Instructions for use
OPERATION
The K19E air-conditioner is a compact, highly
versatile, electronically controlled unit. It can be
used in the home to provide air-conditioning in
summer, heating in spring and autumn and also
to dehumidify areas where excessive humidity is
likely to build up, such as cellars, etc.
Electrical connection (U.K. only)
| WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
Green and yellow: Earth
Blue: .. Neutral
Brown: Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may
not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as
follows:
The green and yellow wire must be connected to
the terminal in the plug marked with the letter E or
the earth symbol L- or coloured green or green
and yellow.
The blue wire must be connected to the terminal
marked with the letter N or coloured black.
The brown wire must be‘connected to the terminal
marked with the letter L or coloured red.
TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply 1/NP/E -230 V 50 Hz
Maximum input power
(air-conditioning mode) 690 W
Cooling capacity 1890 W
e outside temperature 35°C, 48% relative humidity
e inside temperature 27°C, 41% relative humidity
Maximum input power
(heating mode) 2000 W
Fan speeds 3
Air flow min 250 m*/h
medium 340 m*h
max 370 md/h
Dehumidifying capacity 1,0 1/h
(depends on ambient temperature and relative
humidity)
Timer 24 h
Thermostat range from 20°C to 32°C
Dimensions: :
e width 458 mm
e height 850 mm
e depth 400 mm
* weight 40 kg
OPTIMUM OPERATING CONDITIONS
FOR AIR-CONDITIONING
Room temperature 21 - 32°С
Humidity in the room less than 80%
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“UNIT DESCRIPTION
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Control panel cover
Control panel
Movable air outlet grille
Timer cover, movable ©
Removable filter
Air intake grille
Exhaust hose
Hose coupling
Carrying handle
Air intake hole
Condensation canister
Cable storage compartment |
_ Drainage tube
Castors
ACCESSORIES
DESCRIPTION | NUMBER SUPPLIED
Cap + flange | | 3
Castor stop 2
Flat window nozzle 1
Suction pads 1
Checking the accessories:
Check that all the items listes are present.
INSTALLING THE UNIT
Permanent installation for air-
conditioning
The K19E air-conditioner is a highly versatile unit
which can be used for air-conditioning, heating
and dehumidifying. It can be installed in a perma-
nent position or moved from room to room.
If the air-conditioner is installed permanently, the
air discharged by therearexhausthoseis expelled
from the room in which the unit is installed to the
exterior.
Check that the room is not air-tight (especially if 50
it is small). If so, the resulting vacuum may affect m
the performance of the unit. If necessary, leave В
the door slightly ajar (whichis generally sufficient).
The minimum clearance distances at back, sides
and front must be complied with.
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| Vent holes for air discharge to the exterior can be made in any wall or window frame. :
In a window pane
Flange
@ 98 mm. (3'3/,)
Position the exhaust hose as shown in the figure
below. |
When the air-conditioner is not in use, the flange .
‘cap should be used to seal the exhaust ventin the
wall or door/window frame.
. height.from 800 mm to 1200 mm |”
| Temporary installation for air-con-
. Case, simply. fit the window nozzle to the end of
ditioning Ш
This air-conditioner can be installed temporarily
in any room that has a door or a window. In this
‘the exhaust hose. This feature means that your
air-conditioner can be used immediately, without
waiting for completion of the necessary work for
permanent installation. : |
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In a door/window frame
Single-casement
window
Double-casement
window
“In a wall
Installation of the nozzles can be carried out in
‘ several ways (figs. B1, B2) |
fixed & |
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Whichever method is preferred, the window should
be opened as little as possible in order to ensure
maximum efficiency. If the window is fitted with
shutters of blinds, these should be partially closed
inorder to reduce exposure to direct sunlight and
to prevent warm air from entering the room.
Do not obstruct the exhaust vent.
N.B.: Checkthatthe air-conditioner is perfect-
ly level. If necessary, fit the special
stops to the two front castors.
USING THE UNIT AS A
DEHUMIDIFIER
e Position the unit anywhere in the room to be
dehumidified without fitting the exhaust hose,
so that the air is vented directly into the room.
Maintain the clearance distances indicated at
back, sides and front. The condensation water
can be collected in the internal canister or
piped to the exterior.
a) Collecting the condensation in
the internal tank
The condensation is collected in the internal
canister. When the canister is full, the FULL pilot
lamp lights andthe appliance switches off. In this
case,empty the canister andrestartthe appliance.
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b) Discharging the condensation
externally through the
condensation tube
. Remove the condensation tube from the rear
compartment, remove the plug and connect to a
_ floor-level drainage duct. The condensation tube
can be fitted with an extension tube (maximum
length 2 m.). The extension tube must be of the
same diameter and positioned at floor level. Take
care not to crush the extension tube.
‘The condensation can also be drained into a
basin (maximum height 11cm.). Inthis case, care
should be taken to prevent overflowing.
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When unit is used as an air-conditioner, the
humidity of the air in the room is reduced
automatically.
When the unit is used as a dehumidifier, it
also heats the room with a power of 690W.
USING THE UNIT AS A HEATER
* Position the unit anywhere in the room to be
heated without fitting the discharge hose.
Maintain the clearance distances indicated a
back, sides and front.
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- ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
- Before plugging the unit into the mains, check
— the following: . a. A
* the mains voltage must be the same ás the
«= voltage shown on the rating plate |
e the power socket and the mains circuit must be
suitable for the power requirements of the unit
* the socket must be suitable for the plug; if not,
have the socket replaced
* the power socket must be properly earthed.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility
for any damage or injury arising from non-
observance of this safety requirement.
~ This appliance is manufactured in
compliance with EEC Directive 87/308
regarding the suppression of radio
interference.
In order to ensure that your air-conditioner
operates with the maximum efficiency, make sure
that: |
* all doors and windows in the room to be air-
conditioned are closed (éxcept for temporary
installation, in which case a window must be left
- partially open).
Draw the curtains
.* Draw the curtains and/or partially close the
blindsto protectthe room against direct sunlight.
This will increase the efficiency and economy
of the air-conditioner.
- e Do not place objects of any kind on the air-
conditioner.
* Maintain the clearance distances indicated at
back, sides and front. — В
* Make sure that there are no- unnecessary
sources of heat in the room. : | |
Close the doors
* Lowertheblinds
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Do not cover
YOUR AIR-CONDITIONER IS NOW READY FOR
USE. | a
OPERATION
Control panel
TIMER HANDS —
ON
THERMOSTAT
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Fone
Ж оон 2, &
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TIMER SWITCH |
SETTING THE TIMER
Just like any other clock, the timer must be set to
the exact time of day. For example, at 4 p.m., turn
the timer dial clockwise (in the direction of the
arrow) until the number 16 (16.00 hrs) is opposite
the triangular pointer. ;
N.B.: Never turn the timer dial counter-clockwise.
In effect, the timer is simply an electric clock
which works only when the unit is plugged in to
the power supply. If the plug is removed from the
socket, or if a power failure occurs, the timer is
disactivated. In this case, the timer must be reset.
To adjust the timer, slide the cover sideways.
After setting the timer, slide the cover back into
position in order to gain access ‘to the control
panel. -
This unit.can be used as AIR-CONDITIONER,
HEATER or to DEHUMIDIFY the rooms in your
home.
Your air-conditioner can be used in two modes:
PROGRAMMED or MANUAL.
THERMOSTAT KNOB J
PROGRAMMED MODE
1) Set the timer switch to © & (programmed
mode). -
2) Check that the timer is set to the correct time
(see "Setting the Timer").
3) Select the operating periods by pushing
outwards the timer pegs corresponding tothe
periods in which the appliance is required to
operate.
Example: From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Operating time
wld
WHA
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4) Select the desired function, air-conditioning,
heating, dehumidifying, as shown in the chart
overleaf,
The air-conditioner will now.switch on each day at
the selected times.
N.B.: If you wish to override the programmed
operating times, simply setthe timer switch
to 19. The programmed time settings
Will not be affected.
MANUAL MODE
1) Setthe timer switch to 1 @ (manual mode).
2) Select the desired function, air-conditioning,
heating, dehumidifying, as shown in the chart
overleaf.
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CONTROL PANEL
"EXTERNAL CONDENSATION DISCHARGE" LAMP".
"EXTERNAL CONDENSATION DISCHARGE" BUTTON
CONDENSATION DISCHARGE INTO CANISTER" LAMP
"CANISTER FULL" WARNING LIGHT
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THERMOSTAT | | LL
bo o DEHUMIDIFICATION _ E MINIMUM SPEED" PILOT LAMP
Ka BUTTON | |. "MEDIUM SPEED" PILOT LAMP
0 O "MAXIMUM SPEED" PILOT LAMP
N\ CONDITIONING = L MINIMUM SPEED" BUTTON
PILOT LAMP - "MEDIUM SPEED" BUTTON
CONDITIONING. | "MAXIMUM SPEED" BUTTON
BUTTON —
— ECONOMY HEATING
- - — | PILOT LAMP
MAX o— 6 1° MAXIMUM HEATING -
E 2000w >— O PILOT LAMP
| ECON MAX |
HEATING J | | L MAXIMUM HEATING
SENT + ОДО pe
\ AUTO TEMPERATURE ~ ECONOMY HEATING
uN es HEATING PILOT -
MAX COLD MAX HEAT LAMP — | 0] «я О
AUTOMATIC +O
MODE BUTTON PP 9 NL
N CONDITIONING
HEATING PILOT LAMP TEMP. OK PILOT LAMP PILOT LAMP
POWER © |6
“ MICROCOMPUTER FUNCTION |
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MEMO CONTROL ON/OFF SWITCH - MAINS (CONTINUOUS LIGHT) OR .
PILOT LAMP
("WAIT 3 MINUTES")
MALFUNCTION (FLASHING LIGHT)
PILOT LAMP
times.
Note: For technical reasons, the température IS Hot shown in degrees, but is represented py two lines
Which vary in thickness according to the temperature. The blue line is for operation as án air-
conditioner, the red line for operation as a heater. Turn the thermostat knob anti-clockwise to
‘reduce the temperature (coldest setting) and clockwise to increase the temperature (hottest
setting). When the room temperature is comfortable, turn the thermostat slowly away from the
maximum heating or cooling position until the air-conditioner switches off. Leave the thermostat
in this position. The air-conditioner is now programmed to maintain the exact temperature at all
| _This appliance is fitted with a a special safety circuit. When the compressor switches off, this circuit
prevents it from switching on again (for air-conditioning and dehumidifying functions) for at least
3 minutes. During this time, the fan continues to operate andthe “Memo-control” pilot lamp flashes.
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"CONDENSATION DISCHARGÉ INTO CANISTER" BUTTON
HOW TO OPERATE THE AIR-CONDITIONER
(refer to the control panel on the opposite page)
O DEHUMIDIFICATION
Plug the appliance into the power socket.
The ® pilot lamp lights, and remains lit until the plug
is removed.
- —
Select the desired operating mode: "Programmed" or
"Manual" (see page 23).
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Press the Power button. All the pilot lamps will flashin
all 4 control panels and the ® lamp switches off.
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Press the button for the desired function:
O = Dehumidification
PK = Air-conditioning
> = Heating
Auto = Automatic air-conditioning
(heating or cooling)
kK CONDITIONING sk "HEATING
AUTO
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Two pilot lamps light:
\\ external conden-
sation discharge
[Y] condensation dis-
charge in canister
The Min, Med, and Max
pilot lamps light.
The Econ (economical
heating at 1000W) and
T
Turnthe thermostatto MAX
“| COLD and press the
button relative to the
desired function.
If discharge into the
canister is selected, the :
RA FULL pilotlamp lights
when the canisteris full. In
this case, empty the
canister and restart the
machine (see page 21).
Max (maximum heating,
2000W) pilot lamps light.
Turn the thermostat to
the maximum cooling
position and press the
button for the desired
speed.
Turn the thermostat to
the maximum heating
position and press the
button for the desired
speed.
The appliance will
automatically select the
operating mode:
heating (if the ambient
temperature is less than
about 16°C), condition-
ing (if the ambient tem-
perature is higher than
about 25°C, the unit will
cool down to about
23°C), or will switch off
(if the temperature is
between 18°C and
23°C).
The pilot lamp for the
selected function remains
The pilot lamp for the I’
selected function remains
The pilot lamp for the
selected functionremains
The pilot lamp for the
function selected by the
microcomputer lights.
it.
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The air-conditioner switches on.
If not, refer to page 27.
To switch off the air-conditioner, press Power.
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(MAINTENANCE |
or
Always remove the ; plug from the power |
socket before carrying out any cleaning or
maintenance operations. |
The air-conditioner must never be washed with
running water. |
CLEANING THE CABINET
“Clean the cabinet with a damp cloth and | dry
carefully with a dry cloth.
Warning
Never use petrol, methylated spirits or solvents
for cleaning. Never spray insecticides or similar
products onthe appliance, asthese may seriously
damage the paintwork and plastic.
- CLEANING THE AIR FILTER
.e If the air filter is dirty, air circulation i is reduced
and the efficiency of the air-conditioner will be
diminished. It is ‘therefore recommended lo
clean the filter at weekly intervals. |
‚9 Remove the filter from the side of the unit.
Filter
* Use a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust from
the filter. If the filter is very dirty, wash it in.
lukewarm water and rinse thoroughly. The -
temperature of the water should not exceed
‘40°C. Allow the filter to dry before replacing itin
the appliance.
AT THE BEGINNING ОЕ ТНЕ SEASON
Check that the power cord and the plug are
undamaged andthat the power socketis s properly
earthed.
Ensure that the installation procedures : are
followed meticulously.
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“AT THE END OF THE SEASON
Set the timer lever. to STOP 6 and remove the .
- plug from the power socket.
-— Empty the water from the condensation tray.
- Remove the plug from the drain tube and allow
the water to drain out.
— Clean the filter, and dry it carefully before |
replacing. | |
Protect the appliance from dust.
IMPORTANT
‚ ® This appliance is designed to cool, heat and
- dehumidify domestic environments, and should
not be used for any other purpose.
* Any attempts to modify or. alter the
characteristics of the appliance may be
darigerous.
'e Warning! The appliance must never-be operated
immediately next to bath tubs, showers, sinks
‘or swimming pools. The safety distance from
bathtubs or showers indicatedin standard VDE
0100 must be complied with. *
carried out by unqualified personnel may be
| dangerous., !
“electrician.
Avoid the use of extension cords.
Always remove the plug from the power socket
“before performing any cleaning or maintenance
operations.
When the appliance | is used as a dehumidifier,
ensure that the condensation water does not
overflow.
o Do not move the appliance by pulling the
power cord.
Do not install the appliance in a room. which
might contain gas, pil or sulphur, of near sources
of heat.
* Do not place hot or heavy objects on the |
appliance.
* Clean the air filter at least once e weekly.
~ ® The appliance should be transported in the
upright position or placed on its side. .
Empty the condensation tray before transporting
the appliance.
— Aftertransportation, waitat leastone hour before
— switching on the appliance.
Should repair be necessary, contact your
nearest authorised Service Centre. Any repairs
This appliance must be properly earthed. Have
your electrical system checked by a qualified
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
CAUSE
REMEDY
‘The air-
conditioner does
not function
if the ® pilot lamp is not lit
- power failure
- the appliance is not plugged in
if the Memo Control pilot lamp is flashing
- less than 3 minutes have passed since
the appliance was last switched off
if the Conditioning lamp is flashing
- in conditioning mode: the temperature
in the room is lower than the selected
temperature
if the Heating lamp is flashing
- in heating mode: the temperature in the
room is higher than the selected tempe- »
rature
ifthe EA FULL pilot lamp is lit
- the condensation canister is full
- the condensation canister is not fitted
properly
wait until the power supply is restored
insert the plug
wait three minutes
turn the thermostat knob slowly to
the maximum cooling position.
turn the thermostat knob slowly to
the maximum heating position
empty the canister and restart the
appliance
fit the canister
The air-conditioner
functions for a
brief period only,
because the safety
circuit-breaker has
the exhaust hose is obstructed
the exhaust hose is kinked
the safety float has switched the appliance
remove any obstruction from the air
exhaust hose.
position the hose correctly. Press the
on/off switch twice |
drain the condensation from the tray
, off through the drainage tube. If this fault"
been tripped. The persists, contactyour nearest Service
O pilot lamp Centre
flashes e the condenser fan has jammed contact your nearest Service Centre
* the control circuit board is faulty
contact your nearest Service Centre
The appliance
constantly blows
switch the appliance offand contact
your nearest Service Centre
the fuses
The air- e window open * close the window
conditioner e source of heat in the room. (heater, lamp | * remove source of heat
functions but the etc.) or the room is very crowded
room is not * theairexhausthose has become detached | e re-attach the air exhaust hose
led: e the thermostat is set too high e lower the thermostat setting
cooled * the air filter is dirty e clean the filter
* the air-conditioner is not powerful enough
for the size or the conditions of the room
The air- * the safety thermostat which protects the | * to restart the appliance, remove the
conditioner does
not heat the room
heating element has intervened
plug fromthe socket for afew minutes.
Eliminate the cause of overheating
and then re-insert the plug.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Most malfunctions are caused by a very minor and easily solved problem. Before contacting your nearest authorised
Service Centre for assistance, consult the troubleshooting chart below.
Do not carry out any repair operations other than those listed, especially on the electrical equipment in the unit. If the
Service Centre is called out to perform any of the operations listed, the cost will be charged to you, even during the
guarantee period.
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