Electrolux EBE1500QH User manual

Electrolux EBE1500QH            User manual
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MOBILE SPLIT AIR CONDITIONER
ELECTRONIC
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
"OO CONTENTS
IntroductiON .... ee 1
Technical Specifications . ........... ZA 2
Description ere ea ae a a ea a a ea a aa ee 3
Installation. .......................02.000. 00. aa ea ee de ea a ee ee ea eee 4
Installation of Outdoor Unit...................e20eW eceresecocorarorererocrecara 4
Application of Quick Connectors .............r.oo_eeerrecccrereerrereerrena 6 6
Disconnecting the Units ......................... ARR 7
Connecting the Units......... EP 8
Electrical Connection. . .... cc. i i tee ee ee 8
Operation....................... AA ee 9
Use of Wireless RemoteControl................... lL. 11
On-unitindicatorsand Controls... ................... iL. 12
Remote Control... reee era 13
Operation Procedure. ................ iii iii, 14
Turning on the Air Conditioner. . ...... iii i i i tee tities. 14
Fan Operation . cc ee 4 4 ee a a ee 0 0 0 6 a a ae 0 a a ea 000 + 14
Cooling Operation ..............220220000 0004 ea ea aa ae 4e 4 ee ea a aa a es ea ea aan 14
Cooling Operation With Auto Fan Mode.............0404200000 044 sea a eee ae 1000 14
Heating Operation ...........2202002 002404 4e ee eee 4e a ee se 4 ee a ee ee ee ae nee + 15
Heating Operation With Auto Fan Mode..............020200000 004 ea ea a aa ea sea 06 15
Auto Cooling/heating Operation ...............2200000 0444 0e ae a ea ae a ee a eee sen 0 15
Dry Operation ................oeoecreercorereoreorrereceererrerecer recam, 15
Selecting the Temperature ..............._eoscxecocrreoorerirareoreooneoneeco. 16
| FEEL Function ............. enenddencerrocenrarreororarroravernooaredrane mareo 16
Timer Operation. ............_.—e_eeeeresrvercorrecorerererceerererreroeeccn 16
Timer Operating Modes ..............._eeeecreemorcarerenereararecnaceeronee 17
Sleep Function. .............._eoceecererrorecerearerececanararrerrorrenrao 18
Room Temperature Display ................_eeceecxcecscocoredsaareraoorrnecne. 18
Current Clock Time Set ..............._._e-ecwccrecorcedrescareeaccorararereco 18
Lock Mode Function ..............._eeeoercccacoecerrcrrverecceraererecdeara 19
Turning Off the Air Conditioner ................_..eeeeer-eosrevrrecocrererena. 19
On-unit Operation ........... ii a a a a a a a aa ae nee ae» 19
Precautions........................—... es. ererriccererecarere rie recerca ee 20
Care and Maintenance ...................... 00000000 ir e oa eaoo naaa. 20
Movingand Storing .............. reee aaa a 21
Before Calling For Service. ........................ eee aa aa a aa a aan 22
LI INTRODUCTION
This new split mobile air conditioner consists of an indoor and outdoor unit, interconnected
by a flexible hose. Both, the indoor unit and outdoor unit, are equipped with four castors
for easy mobility.
The air conditioner you have purchased is factory-charged and ready for use. No special
installation is required; just follow the simple instructions and enjoy this fully featured,
versatile air conditioner.
The electronic model gives the user the choice of local or remote control operation, precise
temperature setting and control, timer operation and a built-in protection system for
trouble-free and energy-efficient operation.
e PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING
THE AIR CONDITIONER
o IF YOUR AIR CONDITIONER IS FOR COOLING ONLY,
PLEASE DISREGARD THE HEATING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
e This air conditioner must be grounded to protect against electrical shocks.
e Electrical connections and power cord replacement should be done only by an authorized
electrician and in accordance with electrical regulations and local codes.
e Do not expose the indoor unit to rain.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
When using this air conditioner for the first time, please do the following:
1. Read the instruction manual and familiarize yourself with the controls.
Plug the electric cord into a power socket, protected by a proper fuse.
Check that all control functions operate properly, using the remote controller.
Repeat step 3 when the remote control unit is in its holder compartment.
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Disconnect the electrical cord from the power socket, wait 3 minutes and reconnect the
unit.
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[1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Cooling capacity (9 W / Btu/hr 3500 / 14000
Heating capacity ( W / Btu/hr 3550 / 14200
Power consumption W 1600
Dehumidification Ihr 1.9
Air delivery m/hr / CFM 500 / 300
Indoor fan speeds 3 + Auto
Connecting tube length mm 2500
Electrical supply V/Ph/Hz 230/1/50
Fuse rating amp 15 (delayed action)
Dimensions, indoor unit (HxWxD) mm 800x 470x340
Dimensions, outdoor unit (HxWxD) mm 540x440x320
Weight: indoor / outdoor unit Kg 40 / 17
Capacity based on test conditions of:
Indoor: 27°C/80°F DB - 19°C/67°F WB
Outdoor: 35°C/95°F DB - 24°C/72°F WB
In accordance with: DIS 5151
Actual cooling capacity might vary according to local
environmental conditions.
Optimal operation temperatures:
(1) Cooling:
Indoor: 21-32°C
Outdoor: 20-42°C.
2) Heating:
Indoor: 16-27°C
Outdoor: 2-24°C.
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Interconnecting hose
Indicators and controls
Adjustable supply air grille
Castors - indoor unit
Service cover
Carrying handle - indoor unit
Carrying handle - outdoor unit
Condenser fan grille
Condensate overflow outlet
Water basin
Remote Control compartment
Spacing studs holes
Air filter handle
Return air intake
Interconnecting hose
Power cord
Drain tube with plug - indoor unit
Drain tube with plug - outdoor unit
Disconnect cover
Castors - outdoor unit
Liquid line plugs
Suction line plugs
Wrench No. 2
Suction pad
Remote control
Wrench No. 1
Fig. 1. Indoor & Outdoor Unit Description
Fig 3. Accessories
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INSTALLATION
This mobile split air conditioner can be installed by the customer, as follows:
Choose an appropriate place for the air conditioner indoor unit near an exterior opening
(window or door). A grounded 15-amps/230-V electrical outlet should be within 2.5 meters
of the indoor unit.
Determine whether the outdoor unit is to be suspended from the window or the wall, or
placed on the floor near a doorway. Be sure the outdoor unit is stable and well supported
at its place of installation (see Figure 4).
The outdoor unit must be installed with the rear grille facing the wall at a minimum distance
of 60 mm.
Be sure the outdoor unit is set so that its handle and hose are on top. To assure proper
condensate drainage, make sure the unit is installed in a leveled position.
In Cooling Mode (see Detail A), the drain tube (8) is in its upward position; use clamp (9)
to secure it. In high humidity conditions, the outdoor unit condensate basin (6) may overflow.
If this occurs often, it is recommended to use a permanent drain overflow tube by fitting
a 13-mm OD tube (7), routed to a nearby drainage point.
In heating mode (see Detail B), the drain tube (8) must be released from its clamp (9) and
routed downward to a drainage point.
Indoor unit
Window
Outdoor unit, wall mounted
Outdoor unit, floor mounted
Interconnecting hose
Condensate basin
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INSTALLATION OF OUTDOOR UNIT
A standard kit (Figure 7), supplied with the air conditioner for supporting the outdoor unit,
makes it possible to mount it either from a window sill (Figure 5) or on the wall (Figure 6);
refer to Figure 7 for reference numbers in the following steps.
1. Install the 4 spacing studs (1) at the back of the unit to assure undisturbed air flow to the
unit. |
2. For window mounting, refer to Figure 5. Place the support bracket (3) on the window frame,
drill four holes in the window frame and mount the support securely with four screws.
3. Attach the two lower snap-hooks (5) into the side holes of the unit.
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. Lift the unit up, pass it over the window and attach the two upper snap-hooks (4) into the
side holes of the support bracket (3).
5. Verify that the unit is well supported, stable and levelled. Suspension Straps (2) can be used
to level the unit.
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6. For wall mounting, refer to Figure 6. Place support bracket (3) against wall, drill four holes
in the wall and fasten with four screws; verify that the support is level.
7. Prepare a slot in the lower part of door or window frame for the interconnecting hose
location (see Figures 8, 9, 10, 11).
8. Pass the interconnecting hose which contains the refrigerant tubing, cable and drain tube
through a window or door opening. Be sure not to subject the interconnecting hose to any
over-stress, avoid sharp bends or forced twisting. Before operation, close the window or
door; use the suction pads if needed.
NOTE
a. Ifthe air conditioner is to be used periodically in alternate rooms, it is recommended to cover
the opening in the door or window. Additional mounting kits are available from your local
dealer.
b. When transporting the unit, make sure to keep it in vertical position (discharge grille on top).
Also, when removing outdoor unit, empty the water accumulated at the bottom by tilting to
one side.
APPLICATION OF QUICK CONNECTORS
The quick disconnect feature is used when installing the flexible interconnecting hose
through a window or a wall. It enables temporary separation between indoor and outdoor
units when passing the hose through an opening in an external wall.
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DISCONNECTING THE UNITS (See Figure 12)
To disconnect between the indoor and outdoor unit, perform the following steps:
WARNING: Make sure to disconnect the unit from power supply.
STEP 1.
STEP 2.
STEP 3.
STEP 4.
NOTE: STEP 5 and STEP 6 shall be performed alternately, that is, start STEP 5 but do
not open all the way, then start STEP 6, proceed with STEP 5 again, and so on, until both
are disconnected.
STEP 5.
STEP 6.
STEP 7.
The outdoor unit, together with the interconnecting flexible hose (11) may now be separated
from the indoor unit, and the hose can be passed through the wall opening.
Unscrew the fastening screw (2) and remove cover (1).
Unplug the electrical plug (3) by pressing the small plastic tab on the top, and pulling
it out from its socket (4). |
Disconnect drain hose (9) from the drain pan (10).
Remove interconnecting hose clamp (12) by unscrewing its fastening screw.
Unscrew the liquid line quick disconnect (5) from its mating part (6) as follows:
— Retain lock-nut (13) with the supplied wrench No. 2 (20) and open with the sup-
plied wrench No. 1 (19) the hexagonal nut (5).
— Slowly turn nut (5), and open until part (5) is disconnected from part (6).
Unscrew the suction line quick disconnect (7) from its mating part (8) as follows:
— Retain lock-nut (14) with the supplied wrench No. 2 (20) and open with the sup-
plied wrench No 1 (19) the hexagonal nut (7).
— Slowly turn nut (7), and open until part (7) is disconnected from part (8).
To protect the tube openings from any foreign material or contamination, close them
with the provided plugs and covers; refer to Figure 13. Insert plug (16) into nut (5),
plug (18) into nut (7), cover (15) onto part (6) and cover (17) on part (8). Tighten all of
these lightly.
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CONNECTING THE UNITS (See Figure 15)
After locating outdoor and indoor unit in their respective places, perform the following steps
to reconnect between the two units:
STEP 1. Remove plugs (16), (18) and covers (15), (17) from their respective connectors (see
Figure 14).
STEP 2. Connect quick disconnect (5) to its mating part (6), as follows:
— Turn by hand part (5) onto part (6).
— Retain lock-nut (13) with the supplied wrench No. 2 (20) and close with the sup-
plied wrench No. 1 (19) the hexagonal nut (5) to its mating part (6), until it is tight.
NOTE: Do not use excessive force to tighten the nut.
STEP 3. Connect quick disconnect (7) to its mating part (8) as follows:
— Tum by hand part (7) onto part (8).
— Retain lock-nut (14) with the supplied wrench No. 2 (20) and close with the sup-
plied wrench No 1 (19) the hexagonal nut (7) to its mating part (8), until it is tight.
NOTE: Do not use excessive force to tighten the nut.
STEP 4. Reconnect interconnecting hose clamp (12) with its screws to the unit.
STEP 5. Connect the drain hose (9) to the drain pan (10).
STEP 6. Connect the electrical plug (3) by pressing it into its socket (4).
STEP 7. Reinstall the cover (1) and tighten it with its fastening screw (2).
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Before plugging in, please check that:
1. Socket and mains correspond to data given in specifications.
2. Plug fits the socket; if not, change socket.
3. Socketis properly grounded. The manufacturer is not responsible for any damage in-
curred due to failure of following normal safety procedures.
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LI OPERATION
In order to obtain maximum comfort and economy, please make sure that:
e Doors and windows of room to be conditioned are closed.
e Air outlet and inlet openings on the unit are free of any obstruction.
e Shade the room from direct sun rays and avoid excessive heat sources in the room.
MODES OF OPERATION, FUNCTIONS AND FEATURES
COOL
Cools, dehumidifies and filters the room air. Maintains desired room temperature.
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AK HEAT
Heats and filters the room air. Maintains desired room temperature.
AUTO
Automatically switches from COOLING to HEATING or from HEATING to COOLING,
maintaining the desired temperature according to the room conditions.
DRY
Dehumidifies and softly cools the room. In DRY Mode, the air conditioner operates at an
increased dehumidifying power. This function is recommended for use when temperature is
rather low but the humidity is high.
FAN
Recirculates and filters the room air. Maintains constant air movement in the room.
AUTO FAN
The air conditioner automatically selects the FAN speed to suit the room temperature. At the
start, the unit operates at high fan speed. As the room air approaches the desired
temperature, the fan switches to a lower speed, for quieter operation.
HOT KEEP
In HEATING and in AUTO FAN, the fan will be turned off when the compressor is not in
operation and will not be restarted, unless the indoor coil reaches adequate temperature.
This HOT KEEP feature prevents uncomfortable cold air drafts. The AUTO FAN mode is
therefore recommended when the air conditioner is in HEATING mode.
Ш IFEEL
Switches the temperature sensing point to the place where the remote control is located.
(Generally the temperature sensor is located behind the intake grille of the air conditioner).
This function is designed to provide a personalized environment by transmitting the
temperature control command from the location next to you. The communication between
the Remote Control and the unit is achieved via an infra-red signal. Therefore, in using this
function, the Remote Control should always be aimed, without obstructions, at the air
conditioner.
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TIMER
Real time control and display, automatically turns the air conditioner on and off according to
the time of day setting, ensuring comfort conditions before returning home, without wasting
electricity; it turns the air conditioner automatically off when sleeping.
SLEEP
Designed to create comfortable sleeping conditions. When in COOLING mode, the
temperature rises one degree centigrade above the set-point after each consecutive hour,
up to three hours, from the start of the mode. The temperature rise prevents the sense of
over-cooling while sleeping (when your body is at rest). In HEATING mode the reverse
occurs: the air conditioner lowers the temperature one degree every hour. When in SLEEP
mode, the air conditioner will be automatically tumed off after seven hours. The result is a
more comfortable and invigorating sleep, which leaves you feeling fresh and energeticin the
morning.
ROOM TEMPERATURE
Measures and displays roomtemperature.
FILTER INDICATION
Filter indicator on the indoor unit display is turned on when the filter requires cleaning. After
cleaning and reinstalling the filter, the system should be reset.
BUZZER INDICATOR
A soft buzzer will sound from the indoor unit display to indicate that a command sent by the
remote control has been accepted and stored in the unit's memory. This feature may be
easily canceled by the user fromthe display panel.
ON-UNIT OPERATION
The air conditioner can be turned on (for COOLING or HEATING) or off, directly from the
indoor unit display panel, without the use of the remote control.
3-MIN. DELAYED RUN
The compressor is protected by a three-minute delayed restart.
MEMORY
The microprocessor retains the last data entry, whether or not the unit is plugged in.
Therefore, when the unit restarts after a power disruption or failure, it will resume operating
in the same mode as before power disruption.
LOCK
Freezes the last operation setting on the remote control. When LOCK is activated, the
remote control unit will not respond, so that the air conditioner cannot be operated by the
remote control.
LI] USE OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
PRIOR TO OPERATION
(Refer to Figure 16)
Prior to operating your air condi-
tioner, make sure that:
The indoor unit is properly con-
nected to the power supply
Indicator (A) on the unit's display
is lit, meaning that the air condi-
tioner is ready to accept your re-
mote control commands.
The red tab protecting the re-
mote control battery has been re-
moved.
For clock setting, refer to page
18.
REMOTE CONTROL COMPART-
MENT
Use the remote control holder
when unit is not in use. Remote
control can be flipped in or out of
its holder.
e Aim at the infrared signal receiver on the room air conditioner when operating.
e The remote control signal can be received at a distance of up to 8 m.
e Be sure that no obstructions exist between the remote control and me signal receiver.
e Do not drop or throw the remote control unit.
e Do not place the remote control unit in a location exposed to direct sunlight, or next to a
heating unit, or any other heat source.
* Do not expose the air conditioner signal receiver (1) to a strong light such as fluorescent lamp
or sunlight.
Fig 16. Remote Control Application
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[0 ON-UNIT INDICATORS AND CONTROLS (Refer to Figure 17)
A. STAND-BY INDICATOR
Lights up when the air condi-
tioner is connected to power
and ready to receive the re-
mote control commands.
B. OPERATION INDICATOR
Lights up during operation.
Blinks to announce that the
remote control infrared sig-
nal has been received and
stored. Blinks continuously
during high pressure com-
pressor protection mode.
C. TIMER INDICATOR
Lights up during TIMER and
SLEEP operation.
D. FILTER INDICATOR
Lights up when air filter re-
quires cleaning. Blinks
during water overflow.
E. COOLING INDICATOR
Lights up only when button
(F) is pressed.
F. MODE-COOL/HEAT/ON/OFF
- UNIT OPERATION BUT-
TON
Used to switch the unit to po-
sitions: OFF, ON, COOLING
or HEATING without the use
of the remote control.
G. HEATING INDICATOR
Lights up only when button
(F) is pressed.
H. RESET/CANCEL BUTTON
Press to turn off the FILTER
indicator and to reset the fil-
ter function, after the clean
filter has been reinstalled.
Press to cancel the buzzer
announcer, if elected.
|| SIGNAL RECEIVER
Receives IR signals from the
remote control.
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START/STOP button
Operation mode selection
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FAN SPEED and AUTO FAN
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IE) Temperature set UP button (+)
DOWN
Temperature set
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| FEEL temperature sensing
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SLEEP button
BEN Room temperature button
El TIMER select button
TIMER set up button (+)
TIMER set down button (-)
TIMER SET button
TIMER CLEAR button
LOCK button
LCD display
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— LI OPERATION PROCEDURE (Refer to Figures 17 8 18)
TURNING ON THE AIR CONDITIONER
Press START/STOP button (1) to turn the air
conditioner on. Indicator (B) on the air
conditioner will light up, indicating that the unit
is in operation. Note that the LCD operation
display (15) will always show the last mode of
operation and the previous function used.
VENTILATING OPERATION
Select the FAN mode by pressing MODE
button (2). Switch to the desired fan speed or
AUTO speed by pressing FAN speed button (3).
COOLING OPERATION
Select the COOLING mode by pressing MODE
button (2). Switch to the desired fan speed or
to AUTO fan by pressing button (3). Select
suitable temperature setting.
COOLING OPERATION WITH
AUTO FAN MODE
This operation starts with the highest air flow in
order to quickly lower the room temperature. №
will then automatically switch to the low air flow
to quietly maintain the selected temperature.
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HEATING OPERATION
Select the HEATING mode by pressing MODE
button (2). Switch to the desired Fan Speed or
to AUTO FAN by pressing Fan button (3).
Select suitable temperature setting.
HEATING OPERATION WITH
AUTO FAN MODE
This operation starts with the highest air flow in
order to quickly raise the room temperature. It
will then automatically switch to the lower air
flow to quietly maintain the selected
temperature.
HEATING with AUTO FAN will automatically
provide the user with the HOT KEEP function.
The fan will be turned off when the indoor coil
temperature is not sufficiently high to prevent
uncomfortable cold air drafts.
AUTO COOLING/HEATING OPERATION
Select the AUTO mode by pressing MODE
button (2). Switch to the desired Fan Speed or
to AUTO FAN by pressing button (3). Select
suitable temperature setting. At the start, the
air conditioner will select its mode of operation
according to the room temperature and the
temperature setting.
DRY OPERATION
Select the DRY mode by pressing MODE
button (2). Select the suitable temperature
setting. While in DRY mode, the air conditioner
will operate at low fan speed, regardless of the
fan setting on the LCD operation display. The
fan might stop operating from time to time to
prevent over-cooling.
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SELECTING THE TEMPERATURE
Press temperature button (4) or (5) to change
the temperature setting on the LCD operation
display (15). The temperature setting is shown
in degrees centigrade. A higher number
indicates a higher room temperature; a lower
number indicates a lower room temperature.
| FEEL FUNCTION
Press | FEEL button (6) to activate the | FEEL
function. Thermometer sign and temperature
set-up will appear on the LCD operation
display (15). Select suitable temperature
setting. Make sure that the remote control unit
is aimed at the air conditioner, with the |
FEEL sensor (16) in front. Prevent the | FEEL
sensor from being affected by heat sources
such as lamps, heaters, direct sun, etc., or
from being directly affected by the air
conditioner air flow. These may cause the
sensor to transmit the wrong temperature data,
thereby disturbing the performance of the |
FEEL function.
TIMER OPERATION
Press TIMER select button (9) to activate the
timer operation mode. Each time the TIMER AE AE ATEO)
button (9) is pressed, one of the following STA RL —
four types of operation modes will appear on ro ea НВ
the LCD display. The operation modes are
sequenced in the direction of arrow. Indicator
(C) on the air conditioner will light up during = ©
TIMER operation: —
NOTE:
After power failure, indicator (C) blinks (when the unit is in TIMER mode), the unit will be
turned automaticaliy to STAND-BY mode and the timer operation will be canceled. To
resume the timer operation, wait 30 seconds and follow the instructions above.
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TIMER OPERATING MODES
|. TIMER ON Il. TIMER OFF
IV. CLEAR | lll. TIMER ON AND OFF
| TIMER ON
This mode enables you to set a starting operating time. Press the TIMER button (9)
till the ON sign blinks. Starting time can be adjusted using the up and down buttons
(10) and (11), respectively. Press SET button (12) to activate the timer.
Example: Operation is restored at 10:30.
II. TIMER OFF
This mode enables you to set the time at which timer stops its operation. Press the
timer button (9) twice, the OFF sign will blink. Time can be adjusted using the up
and down buttons (10) and (11), respectively. Press SET button (12) to activate the
timer.
Example: Operation stops at 18:00.
lll. TIMER ON AND OFF
This mode enables you to set the start and stop time of operation. Press the TIMER
button (9) till the ON sign blinks, by pressing again the OFF sign will blink. Time
- can be adjusted by using the up and down buttons (10) and (11), respectively.
Press SET button (12) to activate the timer.
Example: Operation is restored at 10:30 and stops at 18:00.
IV. CLEAR
Use this mode to cancel timer operation. Press CLEAR button (13), timer operation
will terminate and the LCD display will be cleared for each timer mode. When
CLEAR button is pressed timer indicator (C) will tum OFF.
NOTE:If timer button (9) is selected and neither time adjust, SET, or CLEAR buttons are
pressed within 15 seconds, the timer operation will be canceled and the last set-up will be
displayed.
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SLEEP FUNCTION
Press SLEEP button (7) to select the SLEEP
function. When the sleep function is activated
the air conditioner will be automatically turned
OFF after seven hours. If at the same time
TIMER OFF is activated, as well, the air
conditioner will be turned OFF according to the
TIMER setting.
To cancel the SLEEP function press one of the
following :
e START/STOP button (1)
e SLEEP button (7)
ROOM TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
By pressing the room temperature button (8),
the measured room temperature and the room
temperature sign will be displayed.
To cancel the Room Temperature display,
press one of the following:
e Another pressing on room temperature button (8).
e Change of MODE button (2)
NOTE: Room temperature range is between 0°C and 36°C in 1°C increments. Display
should show "HI" or "LOW" to represent temperature above 36°C or below 2°C.
CURRENT CLOCK TIME SET
Clock setting is performed when batteries are
inserted. The remote control displays the
setting and the clock display will blink " 00:00"
or“ 12:00" till a new time is set. For clock
setting, use buttons (10) (11) for setting the
hours and minutes, respectively, and then
press timer SET button (12) to set the time.
The clock setting can also be performed by
pressing timer SET button (12) for 5 seconds.
The clock display will blink; for a new setting
follow the steps described above.
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LOCK MODE FUNCTION
By pressing lock button (14) the remote control
will lock the last operation setting. All function
buttons will be inoperative, including
START/STOP buttons. By pressing lock button
(14) again, the remote control will be released
from its locked mode. When lock mode is
functioning, the transmission sign (18) will be
on.
TURNING OFF THE AIR CONDITIONER
Press START/STOP button (1) to turn OFF the
air conditioner. Indicator (B ) on the air
conditioner will be tured off. Indicator (A) will
stay lit, indicating that the air conditioner is in
STAND-BY mode and ready to accept any new
command from the remote control. The remote
control LCD will display the clock time and
room temperature. The last operating set-up
will be kept for the next operation.
ON-UNIT OPERATION
If the remote control cannot be operated, the
air conditioner can be turned on for cooling or
heating or completely turned off, by pressing
MODE button (F) on the air conditioner.
Indicators (E) or (G) will light up to indicate in
which mode the air conditioner operates.
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PRECAUTIONS
e This air conditioner has been manufactured for domestic environments and should not be
used for any other purpose.
® Do not obstruct the air discharge and inlet of the air conditioner.
If repair is needed, contact only the nearest authorized service center; do not consider
unauthorized service.
This air conditioner is to be used by adults only. Do not allow children to play with it.
Always ground the unit.
Make sure the unit is installed in a levelled position.
Before cleaning or performing any maintenance operations, always disconnect the electric
power supply plug from the socket.
e Do not place any strain on the power cord when moving the unit.
e The air conditioner should not be installed at a place having any combustible gases, oil or
sulphur in the atmosphere, or near any possible sources of heat.
e Do not place hot or heavy objects on the air conditioner.
e Clean air filter periodically.
e The air conditioner should be transported in an upright position. After transporting, wait at
least one hour before turning the unit on.
e Move the unit with caution over carpets and rugs.
¢ Incase of damage to the power cord, it should be replaced or repaired only by an authorized
technician.
e This unit conforms to EEC Directive of Electromagnetic compatibility (89/336/EEC)
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Before poriorming any maintenance procedure, make sure to disconnect the air conditioner
from the power supoly.
CLEANING THX: AIR FILTER (See Figure 2)
The fiñer is locatad at the back of the indoor unit. Slide the filter up, pulling on the filter
handle “1. Tao The fer with tap water, dry it and re-install it in place. Clean at least
once ung Жо cuaseon, or as necessary.
DO NOT OPERSTE THE UNIT WITHOUT FILTERS!
CLEANING OUTDOOR UNIT CONDENSATE BASIN (see Figure 19)
Remove the water basin (2) by unscrewing the four screws (3) on each side of the basin.
Clean the basin with water, dry and reinstall.
CLEANING THE AIR CONDITIONER
¢ Wipe the unit with a soft dry cloth or clean it, using a vacuum cleaner.
e Do not use hot water or volatile materials which could damage the surface of the air
conditioner.
AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON
® Make sure there are no obstacles blocking the flow of inlet or outlet air.
e Make sure the power supply is properly connected.
PROTECT THE ELECTRONIC SYSTEM
e Indoor unit and remote control must be at least 1 meter away from a TV, radio or any other
home electronic appliance.
e Protect the inner unit from direct sun or lighting.
REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY CHANGE
e Remove the batteries from the remote control as shown in Figure 16.
e Use two 1.5-Volt, size AAA batteries.
MOVING AND STORING
Before carrying or storing, tilt the outdoor unit to empty it from any remaining condensate
water. Use the carrying handles to move the unit on its castors.
Do not attempt to move the unit by pulling the flexible hose. When transporting the appliance
in a vehicle, always keep it in an upright position.
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PROBLEM
- The unit does not
operate; standby
indicator does not
light up.
- Unit does not oper-
ate; stand-by
indicator lights.
- Unit operates for only
brief periods in
COOLING or DRY
mode.
- Unit does not
dehumidify; water
overflow indicator
blinks.
- Unit functions but
does not perform
efficiently.
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[J BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
CAUSE
- Power failure
- Plug is disconnected
- Remote control malfunc-
tions.
- Improper temperature
setting.
- Drainage tube is blocked.
- Water pan is full.
Window is open.
Heat-source present
in room,
Unit capacity is
insufficient for load or
room size.
- Improper temp. setting
- Air filter is blocked
Before calling for service, please check the following common malfunctions and correct as
SOLUTION
- Check main plug.
- Insert plug
- Check remote control
batteries.
- Try t0 operate from a
closer distance.
- Start from on-unit
controls.
- Perform reset operation
by pressing buttons
(10),(11),(12),(13) .
- Decrease temperature
setting.
- Remove obstruction.
- Empty through drain
tube (see Fig. 2, item
17).
- Close window.
- Remove source of heat
- Consult your dealer.
- Adjust temp. setting
- Clean filter.
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PROBLEM
- Unit does not respond
properly to remote con-
trol command.
- Operating indicator
blinks.
- Filter indicator lights
up.
- Noise from the out-
door unit
CAUSE
- IR signal does not reach
unit.
- Distance between remote
control and unit is too big
or aimed at from improper
angle.
- IR receiver on unit is
exposed to strong light
source.
- Compressor operates at
high pressure.
- Air filter is contaminated.
- The outdoor condensate
pump is operating without
water.
SOLUTION
- Check for obstruction
between unit and remote
control; clear if needed.
- Get closer to unit.
- Dim lights, fluorescent
especially.
- Normal operation of the
air conditioner.
- Open a door or window.
- Clean filter, reinstall it
and reset indicator.
- Regular operation of the
air conditioner.
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ESM-15QC CAT. NO. 410279 MULTILANGUAGE REV. 01 4/96
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