ZANKER PE800 User manual

ZANKER PE800 User manual
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PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER
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Technical Specification ..................... 2. area oo aa... 2
Description 2.20. A aa aa aa a ee ee nana a 3
Installation ............ LL LL a AAA AAA ea AA a a ee a a a ae ne 4
Installation for Cooling ......1002020 0000 ee 4
Fixed Installation ...........o_..eeeeeeeomeddorenarec0ereorereve denon 4
Provisional Installation . . .......... oererooeronaooern 5
Installation for Heating ............. i iii iii 6 6
Installation for DRY Operation ......... iii ieee a 0 6
Installation for Dehumidification ................. ie 6
Electrical Connection ...............eoooeeccodorecararereoorercacaraeooreeno 6
Operation ....... aaa a 0 ee A da a a a ae à 7
Modes of Operation, Functions and Features ................... cin. 7
Use of Wireless Remote Control .. ............ 9
On-Unit Indicators and Controls ......................................... 10
Remote Control... eee e edi rene. 11
Operating Procedure ................... a, 12
Turning On The Air Conditioner...........02200000 00400 a 4 ae a a a ae a a a a ana a 0 12
Ventilating Operation ............._...eeoeeoroooooreooaerarerrercooarerooven 12
Cooling Operation ...............ooceeceecccocororaaororacerercacoronrone a 12
Cooling Operation with AUTOFAN mode ............... 2.008.060 00000 0000... 12
Heating Operation ................ooecrceoooereeaoarenera vera rerecareca. 13
Heating Operation with AUTOFAN mode ..................... a aa a Va ea a ae 13
Auto Cooling / Heating Operation ...........0002000 0010 La a 4 aa a a a a a aa eee a ee 13
Dry Operation ................oeeec0ciecrerecaaooranae reocerdarecerer—ece. 14
Selecting The Temperature ..............._.eeeecorecorereea dea vee o0 ene e 14
| FEEL Function ............... 2.00... 0000 anoenaorereroreranorcar 15
Sleep Function ....................enr.s e. 0000recieaevaarecarernace ever. 15
Timer Operation ................oeoecrrereoceooreacrarenadenaoreareronocoroo 15
Room Temperature Display .................eeece0srererearererererecenaco. 17
Current Clock Time Set 2.00... 00000earacacóaoenveocoronro 17
Lock Function ................ —.—.srerecreo.arerec era verecenareroeoooa aa 17
Turning Off The Air Conditioner . ............. iii iii, 18
On-Unit Operation . ........... i a da A de a a a aa a aa aa 18
Care And Maintenance ..................... i, 19
Precautions ............. erereeeeer re eee AAA aa nana 20
L] INTRODUCTION
This portable Air Conditioner is designed for a number of versatile applications:
* Cooling the air in the summer
Dehumidifying the air at high humidity conditions
Heating the air in the winter
Air Filtration
* Ventilation
The air conditioner is equipped with an electronic microprocessor control system, giving the
user the choice of local or remote control operation, as well as precise temperature setting
and control, timer operation and a built-in protection system for trouble-free and
energy-efficient operation.
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE OPERATING THE AIR CONDITIONER
IMPORTANT NOTES:
WARNING:
This air conditioner must be grounded to protect against electrical shock.
Electrical connections and power cord replacement should be done only by authorized
electricians and in accordance with electrical regulations and local codes.
When using this air conditioner for the first time, please make sure of the following:
1. Read the instruction manual and familiarize yourself with the controls.
Plug the electric plug in a power socket, protected by the proper fuse.
Check that all control functions operate properly, using the remote control unit.
Repeat step 3 when the remote control unit is inside its compartment.
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Disconnect the electrical cord from the power socket, wait 3 minutes and reconnect the
unit.
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[] TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Cooling capacity W / Btu/hr 2100 / 7200
Heating capacity W 1500
Power consumption, cooling W 850
Power consumption, heating W 1550
Power consumption, "dry" W 1500/2250
Dehumidification in cooling Ihr 1.0
Dehumidification in "dry" * Ihr 1.4
Air delivery m°/hr / CFM 340 / 220
Indoor fan speeds 3+AUTO
Electrical supply V/ph/Hz 220-240/1/50
Fuse rating Amp. 15 (delayed action)
Dimensions (HxWxD) mm 800x470x340
Weight Kg 46
() Capacity based on test conditions of:
indoor: 27°C/80°F DB - 19°C/67°F WB
(2 Atentering air of 30°C/86F and 80% RH
Actual cooling capacity might vary according to local environmental conditions.
Optimal operation temperature: indoor 15-36°C / 59-97 F.
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[] DESCRIPTION
Indicators and controls
Adjustable supply grille
Castors
Carrying handle
Air filter handle
Filter
Exhaust hose connection
Power cord
Drain tube with plug
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Wall or window hose adapter
Sleeve cover
Suction pads
Window nozzle
Remote control
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Figure 2. Unit Component Description (Back)
Figure 3. Accessories
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[J] INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION FOR COOLING
FIXED INSTALLATION (see Figures 4 and 5)
For fixed installation, a sleeve (1, Figure 4) should be installed through the wall, partition
or window (Figure 5). The opening may be located in any convenient spot, providing it is
within reach of the exhaust hose.
Prepare an outlet hole 110 mm in diameter. Apply a waterproof sealant to the sieeve flange
and install it in the opening. Insert the exhaust hose end into the fixed sleeve, make sure
the connection is airtight (See Fig. 5).
WARNING: Make sure the unit is level.
Sleeve
Window installation : |
Partition installation ,
Wall installation
Waterproof sealant
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PROVISIONAL INSTALLATION
This method of installation does not require a permanent opening in the room. The exhaust
hose is inserted through the gap of a slightly opened door or window. This allows the unit
to be easily moved from room to room and re-installed within minutes.
Fit the window nozzle (4, Fig. 3) on the end of the exhaust hose and insert it through the
opening of a door or a window. Use suction pads (3, Fig. 3) to hold the window in place.
WARNING: Make sure the unit is level
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INSTALLATION FOR HEATING
For heating operation the exhaust hose is not required; remove the hose and store it. Use
the sleeve cover (2, Fig. 3) to close the wall opening.
INSTALLATICN FOR "DRY" OPERATION
In DRY operation (a mode giving priority to dehumidification while cooling), the exhaust hose
removes hot and moist air to outdoors. The method of installation is the same as for cooling
operation.
INSTALLATION FOR DEHUMIDIFICATION
In. this mode of operation the exhaust hose should be disconnected. Remove the exhaust
hose and store it.
During the entire dehumidification operation, the unit must be connected to a permanent
drain by means of an extension tube (see Figure 7).
NOTE:
DURING A PROLONGED DEHUMIDIFICATION OPERATION
EXPECT A RISE IN ROOM TEMPERATURE.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Before plugging the unit in, check that:
* The power supply and the fuse correspond to the value shown in the specification table.
* The socket and the mains lead correspond to the power requirements of the air conditioner.
* The socket fits the plug.
* The socket is properly grounded.
THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE DUE TO
FAILURE IN FOLLOWING NORMAL SAFETY PROCEDURES.
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[J OPERATION
MODES OF OPERATION, FUNCTIONS AND FEATURES
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COOL
Cools, dehumidifies and filters the room air. Maintains desired room temperature.
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 movementin 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 notin
operation and will not be restarted, unless the indoor coil reaches adequate
temperature. This HOT KEEP feature prevents uncomfortable cold air drafts; it is
therefore recommended when the air conditioner is in HEATING mode.
| FEEL
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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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 turned off after seven
hours. The resultis a more comfortable and invigorating sleep, which leaves you feeling
fresh and energetic in the morning.
ROOM TEMPERATURE
Measures and displays room temperature.
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 from the 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.
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[] USE OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL PUTS ALL FUNCTIONS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS.
PRIOR TO OPERATION
(See Figure 8)
* Prior to operating your air
conditioner, make sure that:
* The unit is properly con-
nected to the power supply.
* Indicator (A) on the unit's dis-
play is lit, meaning that the air
conditioner is ready to accept
your remote control com-
mands.
* The red tab protecting the
remote control battery has
been removed.
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* For clock setting see page 17.
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REMOTE CONTROL
COMPARTMENT
Use the remote control compart-
ment when unit is not in use.
Remote control can be flipped in
or out of its compartment
* Aim at the infrared signal receiver on the air conditioner when operating.
* The remote control signal can be received at a distance of up to 8 m.
* Be sure that no obstructions are present between the remote control and the signal receptor.
* Do not drop or throw the remote control unit.
* 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 (I) to a strong light such as fluorescent
lamps or sunlight.
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STAND-BY INDICATOR
Lights up when the air conditioner
is connected to power and ready to
receive the remote control com-
mands.
OPERATION INDICATOR
Lights up during operation. Blinks
to announce that the remote
control infrared signal has been
received and stored. Blinks
continuously during high pressure
compressor protection mode.
. TIMER INDICATOR
Lights up during TIMER and
SLEEP operation.
FILTER INDICATOR
Lights up when air filter requires
cleaning. Blinks during water
overflow.
COOLING INDICATOR
Lights up only when button (F) is
pressed.
MODE - COOL / HEAT / ON / OFF
- UNIT OPERATION BUTTON
Used to switch the unit to positions:
ON, OFF, COOLING or HEATING
without the use of the remote con-
trol.
. HEATING INDICATOR
Lights up only when button (F) is
pressed.
RESET/CANCEL BUTTON
Press to turn off the FILTER indica-
tor and to reset the filter function,
after the clean filter has been rein-
stalled.
Press to cancel the buzzer an-
nouncer, if elected.
SIGNAL RECEIVER
Receives IR signals from the
remote control.
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[1 REMOTE CONTROL (See Figure 10)
START/STOP button
BEN Operation mode
selection button:
COOLING
HEATING
AUTO COOL / HEAT
FAN
DRY
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[] OPERATING PROCEDURE (Refer to Figures 9 & 10)
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 previous function used.
Follow the instructions if you choose to
change the control settings; otherwise,
the air conditioner will start and
operate in the same mode and
functions prior to being turned off.
VENTILATING OPERATION
Select the ventilating mode by pressing
MODE button (2). Switch to the
desired fan speed by pressing fan
speed button (3).
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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.
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COOLING OPERATION with AUTO
FAN MODE
This operation starts with the highest
air flow in order to quickly lower the
room temperature. It 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.
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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 operation from time
to time, to prevent over cooling.
NOTE: At high humidity conditions, operating in COOLING or DRY mode, the
water basin may fill up. Indicator (D) will blink. At this point the unit will stop
dehumidifying. To drain the water basin, place a pan under the drain tube and
remove the drain tube plug (see Figure 11).
SELECTING THE TEMPERATURE
Press TEMP buttons (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.
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| 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 always
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 erroneous temperature data,
thereby disturbing the performance of
the | FEEL function.
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, the
TIMER OFF is activated as well, the
air conditioner will turn off, according to
the TIMER setting.
To cancel the SLEEP function, press
one of the following:
* START/STOP button (1)
* SLEEP button (7)
TIMER OPERATION
Press TIMER select button (9) to
activate the timer operation mode.
Each time the TIMER button (9) is
pressed, one of the following four
types of operation modes will appear
on the LCD display. The operation
modes are sequenced in the direction
of the arrow. Indicator (C) on the air
conditioner will light up during TIMER
operation.
NOTE: After power failure (when the unit is in TIMER mode) the unit will be
turned automatically to STAND BY mode and the timer operation will be
cancelled. To resume the timer operation follow the instructions above.
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TIMER OPERATING MODES
TIMER ON И. TIMER OFF
TIMER ON
This mode enables you to set a start operating
time. Press the TIMER button (9) till the ON sign blinks. Starting time can be
adjusted using up and down buttons (10) and (11), respectively. Press SET
button (12) to activate the timer.
Example: Operation is restored at 10:30 AM.
. TIMER OFF
This mode enables you to set the time of operation stop. Press the timer but-
ton (9) till, the OFF sign blinks. 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 12:00 PM.
TIMER ON AND OFF
This mode enables you to set the start and stop time of operation. Press the
TIMER button (9) till the OFF sign blinks; by pressing again the ON 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 AM and stoped at 12:00 PM.
IV. CLEAR
Use this mode to cancel timer operation. Press CLEAR button (13), timer
operation will terminate and the LCD display will be cleared. When CLEAR
button is pressed, timer indicator (C) will turn 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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ill. TIMER ON AND OFF
ROOM TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
By pressing on ROOM temperature
button (8), the measured room
temperature and the room temperature
sign will be displayed for 5 seconds.
For permanent display of the room
temperature, hold ROOM temperature
button (8) for at least 4 seconds before
releasing it.
To cancel the Room Temperature
display press on one of the following:
* Another pressing on ROOM temperature button (8).
* 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 that is 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 AM" (AM sign will blink too) till
a new time is set. For clock setting,
use buttons (10) and (11) for setting
the hours and minutes, respectively,
and then press timer SET button (12).
The clock setting can be also obtained
by pressing timer SET button (12) and
timer CLEAR button (13) for 5 seconds.
LOCK FUNCTION
By pressing LOCK button (14) the —
remote control will lock the last ÉS Me 0 4 В
operation program. All the function ШЗ ici
buttons will be Inoperative, including Eo! т
the START/STOP button By pressing a
LOCK button (14) again the remote
control will be released from its locked
position. When lock is activated, the
transmission sign (18) will be on.
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TURNING OFF THE AIR
CONDITIONER
Press START/STOP button (1) to turn
off the air conditioner. Indicator (B ) on
the air conditioner will turn 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
contro! 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 the air
conditioner. Indicators (E) or (G) will
light up to indicate mode in which the
air conditioner operates.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
WARNING: Before performing any maintenance procedure, make sure to disconnect the air
conditioner from the power.
CLEANING THE AIR FILTER (See Figure 2)
* Your air conditioner is provided with a filter cleaning indicator. When the indicator (D) lights
up, the filter should be removed for cleaning.
* The filter (6) is located at the rear side of the air conditioner. To remove the air filter, slide it
up, pulling on the filter handle (5). Rinse the filter with tap-water and dry thoroughly. Align
and fit the filter in place.
* Reset button (H) to turn off indicator (D) after cleaning.
Clean the filter at least once during the season, or as necessary.
DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT WITHOUT FILTERS!
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CLEANING THE AIR CONDITIONER
* Wipe the unit with a soft dry cloth or clean it using a vacuum cleaner.
* 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 that no obstacles are blocking the flow of inlet or outlet air, in both indoor and
outdoor units.
* Make sure the power is properly connected.
PROTECT THE ELECTRONIC SYSTEM
* Indoor unit and remote control must be atleast 1 meter away from any TV, radio or any other
home electronic appliance.
* Protect the inner unit from direct sun or lighting.
REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY CHANGE (see Figure 8)
* Remove the batteries from the remote control as shown.
* Use two 1.5-Volt, size AAA batteries.
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Ll] PRECAUTIONS
This air conditioner has been manufactured with the purpose to air condition domestic
environments and should not be used for any other purpose.
* Do not obstruct the air discharge and inlet of the air conditioner.
* Do not change or alter this air conditioner in any way whatsoever.
* Should repair be necessary, contact the nearest authorized service center; avoid any
unqualified 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 unitis installed in a leveled position.
* Before any cleaning or maintenance operation, always disconnect the plug from the power
supply socket.
* Do not place any strain on the power cord when moving the unit.
* The air conditioner should not be installed in an atmosphere that is likely to contain
combustible gases, oil or sulphur, or near any sources of heat.
* Do not place hot or heavy objects on the air conditioner.
* Clean air filter periodically.
* The air conditioner should be transported in an upright position. After transporting, wait at
least one hour before switching it on.
* Move the unit with caution over carpets and rugs.
* In a fixed installation, the air discharged through the exhaust hose has been removed from
the room. Make sure the room is not airtight. A drop in the room pressure would cause
irregular operation which will in turn, activate the system's high temperature protection
control; in such case the COOLING or DRY indicator lights will blink as a warning. Slightly
open a door or window to balance pressure, turn the unit off and restart to resume normal
operation.
* Blinking of COOLING or DRY indicator lights may be a warning that indicates a blocked
exhaust hose. Turn the unit off, remove obstruction, sharp bends or twist in the hose, then
restart the unit to resume normal operation.
* This unit conforms to EEC Directive of Electromagnetic compatibility (89/336/EEC)
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[1 BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
Before calling for service, please check the following common malfunctions and correct as
needed.
PROBLEM CAUSE REMEDY
— The unit does not — Power failure — Check main fuse.
operate; standby — Plug is disconnected — Insert plug
indicator does not
light up.
— Unit does not oper- — Remote control malfunc- — Check remote control
ate; stand-by tions. batteries.
indicator lights. — Try to operate from a
closer distance.
— Start from on-unit con-
trols.
— perform reset operation
by pressing buttons
(10),(11),(12),(13) for 5
seconds.
— Unit operates for — Improper temperature set- — Decrease temperature
only brief periods in ting. setting.
COOLING or DRY
mode.
— Unit does not — Drainage tube is blocked. — Remove obstruction.
dehumidify; water — Water pan is full. — Empty through drain
overflow indicator tube.
blinks.
— Unit functions but — Window is open. — Close window.
does not perform — Source of heat in room. — Remove source of heat
efficiently. — Unit capacity is insuffi- — Consult your dealer.
cient for load or room
SIZE.
— Improper temperature — Adjust temp. setting
— Air filter is clogged — Clean filter.
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PROBLEM
— Unit does not re-
spond properly to
remote control com-
mand.
— Operating indicator
blinks.
— Unit does not heat.
— Filter indicator lights
up.
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CAUSE
-— IR signal does not reach
unit.
— Distance between remote
control and unit is too big
or remote control unit is
aimed at improper angle.
— IR receiver on unit is ex-
posed to strong light
source.
— Compressor at high
pressure.
— Temp. setting is too low.
— Heating element is
burned.
— Air filter is contaminated.
REMEDY
— 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.
— Adjust thermostat.
— Call for service.
— Clean filter, reinstall it
and reset indicator.
Cod- 200 IS
502 366 32-002
CAT. NO. 410478 MULTI-LANG. REV. 01 2/95
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