Whirlpool | PACW9COL | Instruction for Use | Whirlpool PACW9COL Instruction for Use

BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• The Installation and service/repair
must be performed by a qualified
technician, in compliance with the
producer's instructions and
following local safety norms. Do
not repair or replace any parts of
the appliance unless it is
specifically written in the user
instructions.
• Do not pull the power supply
cord to remove it from the
socket. Do not twist or press the
power supply cord, and make
sure it is not broken.
• Do not touch the power plug,
circuit breaker and emergency
button when your hands are wet.
• Do not insert your fingers or
foreign substances into the air
inlet/outlet of indoor&outdoor
unit.
• Never block the air inlet or outlet
of indoor and outdoor unit.
• Physically or mentally disabled
people, children and people
without any experience with the
product are only allowed to use
the appliance if they have had
specific training on how to
operate the appliance by a person
responsible for their security and
well-being. The appliance is not
intended for use by disabled
people and very young children
without supervision.
• Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with
the appliance (including remote
control).
• This appliance can be used by
children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in
a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall
not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance
shall not be made by children
without supervision.
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AIR CONDITIONER PRECAUTIONS
Please strictly follow the below
instructions:
• Long and direct exposure to cool
air might be harmful to health. It is
advisable to set the louvers in
order to avoid direct cool air and
deflect it within the room.
• Upon malfunctioning first turn the
appliance off by pressing the
ON/OFF button on the remote
control, then disconnect it from
power supply.
• Always turn off the air conditioner
by remote control first. Do not
use the power supply circuit
breaker or pull off the plug to turn
it off.
• Do not switch the appliance on
and off too often as this can
damage the appliance.
• Do not place any objects on the
outdoor unit.
• Disconnect the air conditioner
from the power supply if it is to
be left unused for a long period of
time or during a thunder/lightning
storm.
• This product contains Fluorinated
Greenhouse Gases covered by the
Kyoto Protocol, the refrigerant
gas being in a hermetically sealed
system. Refrigerant gas: R410a has
a Global Warming Potential
(GWP) 2087.5.
SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT
SCRAPPING OF APPLIANCE
• This appliance is marked according to the
European Directive 2002/96/EC, Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
• This appliance has been made of recyclable or
re-usable material. Scrapping must be carried
out in compliance with local waste disposal
regulations. Before scrapping it, make sure to
cut off the mains cord so that the appliance
cannot be re-used.
• For more detailed information on handling and
recycling of this product, contact your local
authorities who deal with the separate collection
of rubbish or the shop where you bought the
appliance.
• By ensuring that this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help to prevent potentially
negative consequences for the environment and
for human health.
• The symbol
on the product or on the
documents accompanying the product indicates
that this appliance should not be treated as
household waste, but must be given to the
appropriate local gathering place where electric
and electronic appliances are stored and
recycled.
SCRAPPING OF PACKAGING
• The packaging can be 100% recycled as
confirmed by the recycling symbol
. The
various parts of the packaging must not be
dispersed in the environment, but must be
scrapped in line with local authority regulations.
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STARTING YOUR LOCAL
AIR CONDITIONER
FILTER
HEAT
This section explains proper local air conditioner
operation.
NOTE: When the air conditioner is turned on for
the first time after it is plugged in, it will run in the
6th Sense Mode control.
When the air conditioner is turned on at all other
times, it will run according to the previous settings.
6th Sense Mode can be selected with the remote
control only.
Only if the unit is operated in UNLIKELY VERY
HUMID air, water will be collected in the
container inside the unit. If the water container is
full, the air conditioner will stop. The water
container is full, the air conditioner will stop. The
screen will display "E5" to inform you to empty the
internal container.
IMPORTANT:
• The air conditioner display shows the setting
temperature.
• Only in standby mode the display shows the
ambient temperature
• When changing modes while the air conditioner
is operating, the compressor will stop for 3 to 5
minutes before restarting.
If a button is pressed during this time, the
compressor will not restart for another 3 to 5
minutes.
• In Cooling or Dry mode, the compressor and
condenser fan will stop when the room
temperature reaches the set temperature.
NOTE: In the event of a power failure, your air
conditioner will operate at the previous settings
when the power is restored.
1. Select the mode. See "Mode."
2. Select the fan speed. See "Fan Speed."
3. Set the temperature. See "Temperature."
4. Press ON/OFF button to start the air
conditioner.
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STORAGE AND TIPS FOR USING THE RC
How to insert the batteries
1 Insert a pin and gently press down on the
battery cover and push in the direction of the
arrow to remove, as shown.
2 Insert 2 AAA batteries (1.5V) into the
compartment. Ensure that "+" and "-" polarity is
correctly positioned.
3 Close the battery cover on the remote control.
How to remove the batteries
Remove the battery cover in the direction of the
arrow.
Press the positive pole of the battery softly with
your fingers, then draw the batteries out of the
compartment. All this should be done by adults,
children are forbidden to remove the batteries
from the remote control in order to avoid danger
of swallow.
Disposal of the batteries
To protect natural resources and to promote
material reuse, please separate batteries from
other types of waste and recycle them through
your local, free battery return system.
Precautions
• When replacing the batteries, do not use new
batteries with old batteries, or different types of
batteries as this may cause the remote control
to malfunction.
• If you do not expect to use the remote control
for some time, take the batteries out to prevent
leakage of battery acid in the remote control.
• Operate the remote control within effective
range. Keep the remote control at least 1 meter
from any TV set or HI-FI equipment.
• If the remote control does not work normally,
take the batteries out and reinstall after 30
seconds. If it still does not work install new
batteries.
• To operate the appliance by remote control,
point the remote control at the receiving device
on the indoor unit, to ensure receiving
sensibility.
• To send a message from remote control, the
symbol
will flash for 1 second. On receipt of
the message, the appliance will emit a beep.
• The remote control will operate the air
conditioner at a distance of up to 7m.
• Each time the batteries are replaced in the
remote control, the remote control is pre-set at
Heat mode.
Signal receptor
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OPERATING MODE DESCRIPTION
Filter Reset
1. When the Filter Reset indicator light is lit,
remove, clean and replace the air filter. See
"Cleaning the Air Filter."
2. Press and release FILTER button after replacing
the air filter.
Operating modes:
1. Press and release MODE until you see the
symbol glow for the desired setting
2. Choose Cooling, Dry, Fan Only or Heating.
• Cooling-Cools the room. Press FAN to select
High, Mid or Low. Press the Plus or Minus
button to adjust the temperature.
NOTE: After 360 hours of fan operating time, the
Filter indicator light will turn on. It will remain on
for 180 hours or until you press FILTER button.
After 180 hours, it will turn off automatically.
• Dry-Dries the room. The air conditioner
automatically selects the temperature. The fan
runs on Low speed only.
Temperature
• Press the PLUS button to raise the temperature.
Press the PLUS button once to increase the set
temperature by 1°C.
NOTE: Dry mode should not be used to cool the
room.
• Fan Only-Only the fan runs. Press FAN to
select High, Mid or Low.
• Press the down Adjust button to lower the
temperature. Press the down Adjust button
once to decrease the set temperature by 1ºC,
or press twice to decrease the set temperature
by 2ºC.
• Heating-Heats the room. Press FAN to select
High, Mid or Low. Press the PLUS or MINUS
button to adjust the temperature.
NOTE: Heating is NOT available for cooling only
air conditioner.
NOTES:
• In the Cooling and Heating mode, the
temperature can be set between 18ºC and
32ºC.
• In Fan Only mode, the temperature cannot be
set.
• In Dry mode, press the PLUS/MINUS botton the
set temperature change by 2ºC.
Fan Speed
1. Press and release FAN to choose the desired fan
speed.
2. Choose High, Mid or Low.
• High-for maximum fan speed
HIGH
• Mid-for normal fan speed
MID
• Low-for minimum fan speed
LOW
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REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
AND INDICATORS
1.
ON/OFF BUTTON
Starts and/or Stops the appliance by pressing
this button.
2. MODE BUTTON
Used to select the operation mode.
3. FAN BUTTON
Used to select fan speed in sequence auto,
high, medium or low.
4-5. TEMPERATURE BUTTON
Used to select the room temperature. Used
to set time in timer mode and real time clock.
6. 6TH SENSE BUTTON
Sets or cancels 6th sense operation.
7. SWING BUTTON
Stops or starts horizontal adjustment louver
swinging and sets the desired up/down airflow
direction.
8. SLEEP BUTTON
Sets or cancels Sleep Mode operation.
9. AROUND U BUTTON
Used to set or cancel Around U function.
10. JET BUTTON
Used to start or stop the fast cooling or
heating.
11. TIMER BUTTON
Used to set or cancel the timer on operation.
Used to set or cancel the timer off operation.
12. DIM BUTTON
Used to turn on or turn off display light on
indoor unit.
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6 th S e n s e A ro u n d U
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INDICATOR SYMBOLS ON RC DISPLAY
Cooling indicator
6th Sense indicator
Dry indicator
Sleep indicator
Fan only indicator
Around U indicator
Heating indicator
Jet indicator
Auto fan speed
Signal transmission
High fan speed
Display set timer
Medium fan speed
Display set temperature
Low fan speed
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FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS
Power On or Off
Press ON/OFF button to turn on or off the unit.
6th Sense mode
The air conditioner automatically selects Cooling
or Dry mode,depending on room temperature
and sets the target temperature.
NOTE:
• Changing the mode during operation.
Sometimes the unit does not response at
once,wait 3 minutes
• Wait 3 minutes before restarting the appliance.
Operation mode and temperature are determined
by indoor temperature.
Indoor
temperature
21°C or below
21°C-23°C
Selecting mode
1. Press and release MODE until you see the
symbol glow for the desired setting.
Mode
2. Choose Cooling, Dry, Fan Only or Heating.
• Cooling-Cools the room. Press Fan to select
Auto, High, Mid or Low. Press the up or down
Adjust button to adjust the temperature.
Operation
mode
HEATING
FAN ONLY
Target
temperature
22°C
23°C-26°C
DRY
Room
temperature
decrease 2°C
after operating
for 3 minutes
Over 26°C
COOLING
26°C
Electric Heat models
Indoor
temperature
21°C or below
• Dry-Dries the room. The air conditioner
automatically selects the temperature. Fan runs
on Low speed only.
NOTE: Dry mode should not be used to cool the
room.
At "Dry" mode, the unit can decrease or rise
2ºC(3°F or 4°F) if you still feel uncomfortable.
Operation
mode
FAN ONLY
Target
temperature
23°C-26°C
DRY
Room
temperature
decrease 2°C
after operating
for 3 minutes
Over 26°C
COOLING
26°C
Cooling only models
NOTE: Temperature, airflow and direction are
controlled automatically in 6th Sense mode.
However, a decrease or rise of up to 2°C can be
set with the remote control if you still feel
uncomfortable.
• Fan Only-Only the fan runs. Press FAN to select
High, Mid or Low.
NOTE: Auto fan speed cannot be selected in Fan
Only mode.
1. Press 6th Sense button.
• Heating- Heaters the room. Press FAN to select
the fan speed. Press the up or down button to
select the temperature.
6 th S e n s e
2. In Fan Only mode, press Fan to select High, Mid
or Low.
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Jet mode
Jet button is used for fast cooling or heating.
NOTE: 6th Sense mode button does not operate
when Jet function is selected.
1. Press Jet in cooling mode. The air conditioner
automatically sets the fan speed and the
temperature to 18°C. Fast heating operates at auto
fan speed, changing the set terperature to 32ºC.
• Press the DOWN adjust button to lower the
temperature. Press the DOWN adjust botton to
decrease the set temperature by 1ºC, or press
twice to decrease the set temperature by 2ºC.
NOTES:
• In the Cooling or Heating mode, the
temperature can be set between 18ºC and
32ºC.
• In Fan Only mode, the temperature cannot be
set.
• In Dry mode, press the UP/DOWN botton the
set temperature change by 2ºC.
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2. To exit Jet mode press any button except Timer
Around U and Swing button.
Fan Speed
1. Choose desired fan speed.
Around U function
When you press this button,the remote control
transmits signal of the actual room temperature
around it to the unit, and the appliance will
operate according to this temperature to let you
feel more comfortable.
Please keep the remote control in a location
where it can transmit the signal to the unit
properly. Press once to set and press again to
cancel.
2. Each time the "FAN" button is pressed, the fan
speed is changed in sequence:
Auto → High → Mid → Low
↑
• Auto-automatically controls fan speed depending
on current room temperature and temperature
control setting.
NOTE: Auto fan speed cannot be selected in Fan
Only mode.
Sleep mode
Press Sleep button on remote control and the
indicator in LCD lights up, the appliance operates
in sleep mode and the fan speed is automatically
set to low speed.
• High - for maximum cooling
• Mid - for normal cooling
NOTES:
• The appliance will stop operation automatically
after operating for 8 hours.
• Fan speed is automatically set at low speed..
• In Cooling mode if the current room
temperature is below 26ºC, the temperature
will automatically increase 1°C during the first
hour after Sleep control is activated, then
remain the same.
• In Heating mode, the setting temperature will
decrease by 3ºC at most for 3 hours constantly,
then keeps steady.
• Low - for minimum cooling
Temperature
• Press the UP adjust button to raise the
temperature. Press the UP Adjust button once
to increase the set temperature by 1ºC, or press
twice to increase the set temperature by 2ºC.
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1. Press MODE to select Cooling, Dry or Heating.
NOTE: Sleep mode cannot be selected when Fan
Only is selected.
NOTES:
• The range can be set is 1 hour to 10 hours.
• After setting a switch-on timer when the
appliance is off, the Timer light on the control
panel lights and
• Setting a switch-off timer when the unit
working, the Timer light of the control panel
lights up.
2. Press the
or
button to set the
temperature.
3. Press SLEEP. After 10 seconds, the lights on the
control panel display will dim.
NOTE: The temperature and airflow direction
may be adjusted during Sleep control. The fan
speed is automatically set to Low speed. After 10
seconds, the lights on the control panel display will
dim again.
4. To turn off Sleep control, press SLEEP, MODE,
FAN, ON/OFF or wait 8 hours for Sleep control to
turn off automatically.
Changing Air Direction
Press SWING once to change vertical airflow
direction. Press again to stop airflow louver at
desired airflow direction.
DIM function
Press the DIM button to turn off the light and the
display in the unit.
Normal Sounds
When your air conditioner is operating normally,
you may hear sounds such as:
• Air movement from the fan.
• Clicks from the thermostat cycle.
• Vibrations or noise due to poor wall or window
construction.
• A high-pitched hum or pulsating noise caused by
the modern high-efficiency compressor cycling
on and off.
NOTES: When the light is off, receive signal will
turn on the light again.
TIMER function
It's convenient to set the timer on with TIMER
button before you leave so that you will come
back to the comfortable room temperature you
set. Press the TIMER button to set a switch-on
button when the appliance is off. Press the TIMER
button to set a switch-off timer during operation.
How to set TIMER
1. Set desired operating mode, temperature setting
and fan speed firstly, then press the TIMER button
and "01h" flashed on LCD.
2. Set desired operating mode, temperature setting
and fan speed firstly, then press the TIMER button
and "01h" flashed on LCD.
3. Point the remote control at the signal receptor
of the unit, press the + or – button when"01h"
flashes.
Choose the timer you want, then press the TIMER
button.
• A "beep" can be heard.
• Timer indicator on the control panel lights up.
• "h" stops flashing.
4. To cancel the set timer: press the TIMER button
again, a "beep" can be heard.
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MAINTENANCE
A
Draining the Air Conditioner
(in accordance with the indication of Water Full
under "Starting your local air conditioner".)
1. Press ON/OFF to turn off the air conditioner.
2. Unplug air conditioner or disconnect power.
3. Move the appliance gently and stably to a
draining location or outside to drain water. Do
not move the unit before water is drained out
completely.
4. Remove the secondary drain plug and drain
water completely.
5. Remove the primary drain hose from the drain
hose clip. Remove the drain hose plug from the
end of the primary drain hose and drain water
completely.
B
A. Secondary drain plug
B. Drain hose plug
NOTE: If air conditioner will be stored after use,
see "Storing After Use."
6. Reinstall the drain hose plug and the secondary
drain plug.
7. Reattach the primary drain hose to the drain
hose clip.
8. Reposition the air conditioner.
9. Plug in air conditioner or reconnect power.
10. Press ON/OFF to start the air conditioner.
Cleaning the Air Filter
1. Press ON/OFF to turn off the air conditioner.
2. Open the filter panel door on the back of the
air conditioner and remove it.
3. Remove the air filter from the filter panel door.
4. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the filter. If filter
is very dirty, wash filter in warm water with a
mild detergent.
A. Filter panel door
B. Air filter
Storing After Use
1. Drain the water (see the "Draining the Air
Conditioner")
2. Run the air conditioner set to Fan Only for
approximately 12 hours to dry the air
conditioner.
3. Unplug air conditioner.
4. Remove flexible exhaust hose and store with air
conditioner in a clean, dry area. See "Installation
Instructions."
5. Remove window kit and store with air
conditioner in a clean, dry area. See "Installation
Instructions."
6. Remove the filter and clean. See "Cleaning the
Air Filter."
7. Clean the outside of air conditioner. See
"Cleaning the Outside."
8. Reinstall filter.
9. Remove the batteries and store the remote
control with air conditioner in a clean, dry area.
NOTE: Do not wash filter in the dishwasher or use
any chemical cleaners.
5. Air dry filter completely before replacing to
ensure maximum efficiency.
6. Reattach the air filter to the filter panel door.
7. Reinstall filter panel door.
8. Press ON/OFF to start the air conditioner.
Cleaning the Outside
1. Unplug air conditioner or disconnect from
power.
2. Remove the air filter and clean separately. See
"Cleaning the Air Filter."
3. Wipe outside of the air conditioner with a soft,
damp cloth.
4. Plug in air conditioner or reconnect power.
5. Press ON/OFF to start the air conditioner.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Before calling for service, try the suggestions below to see whether you can solve your
problem without outside help.
Trouble
Analysis
• The power supply cord is unplugged. Plug into a grounded outlet. See "Electrical
Requirements."
• A household fuse has blown, or a circuit breaker has tripped. Replace the fuse, or
Air conditioner does reset the circuit breaker. See "Electrical Requirements."
• The On/Off button has not been pressed. Press ON/OFF.
not operate
• The local power has failed. Wait for power to be restored.
• Time-delay fuse or circuit breaker of the wrong capacity is being used. Replace
with a time-delay fuse or circuit breaker of the correct capacity. See "Electrical
Requirements."
• Too many appliances are being used on the same circuit. Unplug or relocate
appliances that share the same circuit.
Air conditioner
• You are trying to restart the air conditioner too soon after turning off air
blows fuses or trips
conditioner. Wait at least 3 minutes after turning off air conditioner before trying
circuit breakers
to restart it.
• You have changed modes. Wait at least 3 minutes after turning off air conditioner
before trying to restart the appliance.
Air conditioner
seems to run too
much
• Is there a door or window open? Keep doors and windows closed.
• In cooling mode: the air conditioner is in a heavily occupied room, or heat
producing appliances are in use in the room. Use exhaust vent fans while cooking
or bathing and try not to use heat producing appliances during the hottest part of
the day. Local air conditioners are designed as supplemental cooling to local areas
within a room. A higher capacity air conditioner may be required, depending on
the size of the room being cooled.
• In heating mode: the air conditioner is in a very cool room. Local air conditioners
are designed as supplemental heating to local areas within a room. A higher
capacity air conditioner may be required, depending on the size of the room
being heated up.
Air conditioner runs
for a short time
• Set temperature is close to room temperature. Lower or Higher set
only, but room is
temperature. See "Operating mode description".
not cool or hot
• If the unit display error code E5, it is water full in the unit, you should drain the
Display error code
water, see "Draining the air conditioner". After draining, you can operate the unit.
• If the unit display error code E1/E2/E3/E6/E7/EA, please contact customer service.
• The filter is dirty or obstructed by debris. Clean the filter.
Air conditioner runs, • Air outlet is blocked. Clear air outlet.
but does not
• The setting temperature is not compatible. In cooling mode: set temperature is
cool/hot
too high. Lower set temperature. In heating mode: set temperature is too low.
Higher set temperature.
• The air conditioner is not properly sized for your room. Check the
cooling/heating capabilities of your local air conditioner. Local air conditioners are
designed as supplemental cooling/heating to local areas within a room.
• The filter is dirty or obstructed by debris. Clean the filter.
• In cooling mode there is excessive heat or moisture (open container cooking,
Air conditioner
showers, etc.) in the room. Use a fan to exhaust heat or moisture from the
cycles on and off too room. Try not to use heat-producing appliances during the hottest part of the day.
much
In heating mode the temperature of the environment is too high. Do not use
your air conditioner when the temperature of the environment is too high.
• The louvers are blocked. Install the air conditioner in a location where the
louvers are free from curtains, blinds, furniture, etc.
• The outside temperature is below 18°C. Do not try to operate your air
conditioner in the cooling mode when the outside temperature is below 18°C.
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Tools and Parts
Gather the required tools and parts before starting
installation. Read and follow the instructions
provided with any tools listed here.
1. Tools needed
• Phillips screwdriver
• Saw
• Cordless drill and 1/8'' bit
• Scissors
• Pencil
2. Parts Supplied
The company provides only one plan to install local
air conditioner. See "Install local Air Conditioner".
A. Flexible exhaust hose
B. Window exhaust adapter
C. Outer slider section
D. Rain Cover
E. Inner slider section
Location Requirements
Vertical
Slide Window
NOTES:
• The flexible exhaust hose allows placement of
the air conditioner between 23¹⁄₂" and 67" (60
cm and 170 cm) from window or door.
The appliance with supplementary heater needs
to kept a minimum distance of 100 cm from the
combustible surface.
• Local air conditioners are designed as
supplemental cooling to local areas within a
room.
• To ensure proper ventilation, keep the required
distance from the return air outlet to the wall or
other obstacles at least 23¹⁄₂" (60 cm).
• Do not block air outlet.
• Provide easy access to grounded outlet.
combustible surfaces
100 cm
60 cm - 170 cm
Electrical Requirements
• The local air conditioner should be connected to
a 220-240V / 50Hz, 20-amp fused grounded
outlet.
• The use of a time-delay fuse or time-delay
circuit breaker is recommended.
• All wiring must comply with local and national
electrical regulations and be installed by a
qualified electrician. If you have any questions,
contact a qualified electrician.
Horizontal
Slide Window
combustible surfaces
100 cm
Use your power supply cord:
Plug power supply cord into a grounded outlet.
NOTES:
• A damaged power supply cord must be replaced
with a new power supply cord obtained from
the product manufacturer and must not be
repaired.
60 cm - 170 cm
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Unpack the Air Conditioner
Remove packaging materials
• Remove and dispose of/recycle packaging materials. Remove tape and glue residue from surfaces before
turning on the air conditioner. Rub a small amount of liquid dish soap over the adhesive with your
fingers. Wipe with warm water and dry.
• Do not use sharp instruments, rubbing alcohol, flammable fluids, or abrasive cleaners to remove tape or
glue. These products can damage the surface of your air conditioner.
Install Local Air Conditioner
Install Exhaust Hose and Adapter
1. Open the window.
2. Measure the window opening.
• If the window opening is too narrow for the
window slider kit, remove the inner slider from
the window slider kit.
4. Use a special plastic device with spring to fix the
window brackets: Place the device to the
position A, the pin may stretch out then lock the
brackets, when place the device to position B,
the pin will draw back and the brackets will be
released the window slider kit.
A.Inner slider section
B.Outer slider section
position B
• Using a saw, cut the inner slider section to fit
the window opening.
• Slide the inner slider section into the outer slider
section of the window slider kit.
3. Place the window slider kit into the window,
extending it to fit the width of the window. Be
sure the rain cover is on the outside of the
window.
position A
5. Close the window onto the window slider kit to
secure.
A To local air conditioner
B Outdoors
C Rain cover
D Window slider kit
E Window exhaust adapter
F Flexible exhaust hose
NOTE: For casement window installation, the
window slider kit may be installed vertically with
the window slider kit opening at the bottom.
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Install Exhaust Hose and Adapter
1. Roll the air conditioner to selected location.
See "location Requirments".
2. Attach the window exhaust adapter to the
flexible exhaust hose. Turn anticlockwise until
securely locked into place.
Rain Cover Installation
Attach the rain cover to the holes of the outer
slider section. Then slide the rain cover until
securely locked place.
Vertical Installation
Horizontal Installation
A
A
A
2
1
B
B
B
A. Out slider section
B. Rain cover
A Flexible exhaust hose
B Window exhaust adapter
Complete Installation
1. Place the window-lock bracket on top of the
lower window and against the upper window
sash.
2. Use 1/8" drill bit to drill a starter hole through
the hole in the bracket.
3. Attach the window-lock bracket to the window
sash with wood screw(provdie 4) to secure the
window in place.
3. Insert the dummy coupling into the slot on the
back of the air conditioner.
4. Put and rotate to lock the hose into place.
A
2
1
A
B
A. Flexible exhaust hose
Window Installation
1. Your window slider kit has been designed to fit
most standard vertival and horizontal window
applications. Roll the air conditioner to selected
location. See "Location Requirements".
2. Insert the window exhaust adapter into the slot
on the window slider kit.
A. Upper window sash
B. Window-lock bracket
4. Insert the foam seal behind the top of the lower
window sash and against the glass of the upper
window.
A
A
B
B
A.Window slider kit
B.Window exhaust adapter
A. Top of lower window sash
B. Foam seal
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AFTER SALES SERVICE
If repair work has to be carried out, contact the
Customer Care Centre (Use of original spare
parts and a proper repair is guarenteed).
You will need to present the original invoice.
Failure to comply with these instructions
could compromise the safety and quality of
your product.
Before contacting the Customer Care Centre:
1. Try to solve the problem yourself based on the
descriptions given in the "Troubleshooting".
2. Turn the appliance off and restart it to see if the
fault persists.
If after carrying out the above checks, the
fault persists, contact the Customer Care
Centre.
Please give:
• a short description of the fault;
• the exact model of the air conditioner;
• the service number (this is the number found
after the word Service on the rating plate),
located on the back of the appliance. The
service number can also be found in the
warranty booklet;
• your full address;
• your telephone number.
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