Cooper&Hunter | GWH09KF-D3DNB4F | Owner's Manual | Cooper&Hunter GWH09KF-D3DNB4F Owner's Manual

ALICE
HIGH-WALL DUCTLESS
AIR CONDITIONING &
HEATING SYSTEM
OWNER'S MANUAL
Models:
GWH09KF-A3DNB4A(115V)
GWH12KF-A3DNB4A(115V)
GWH09KF-D3DNB4F(230V)
GWH12KF-D3DNB4F(230V)
GWH18KG-D3DNB4F(230V)
GWH24KG-D3DNB4A(230V)
GWH09KF-A3DNB4A(115V)
System Includes: GWH09KF-A3DNB4A/I, GWH09KF-A3DNA5A/O
GWH12KF-A3DNB4A(115V)
System Includes: GWH12KF-A3DNB4A/I, GWH12KF-A3DNA5A/O
GWH09KF-D3DNB4F(230V)
System Includes: GWH09KF-D3DNB4F/I, GWH09KF-D3DNA5F/O
GWH12KF-D3DNB4F(230V)
System Includes: GWH12KF-D3DNB4F/I, GWH12KF-D3DNA5F/O
GWH18KG-D3DNB4F(230V)
System Includes: GWH18KG-D3DNB4F/I, GWH18KG-D3DNA5F/O
GWH24KG-D3DNB4A(230V)
System Includes: GWH24KG-D3DNB4A/I, GWH24KG-D3DNA5A/O
Operation Notices
Content
Precautions. ...........................................................................................................1
Parts name . ...........................................................................................................6
Screen Operation Guide
Buttons on remote controller . ................................................................................7
Introduction for icons on display screen . ...............................................................7
Introduction for buttons on remote controller . ........................................................8
Function introduction for combination buttons . ....................................................12
Operation guide . ..................................................................................................13
Replacement of batteries in remote controller . ....................................................13
Emergency operation . .........................................................................................14
Maintenance
Clean and maintenance. ......................................................................................14
Malfunction
Malfunction analysis . ...........................................................................................17
System operation . ...............................................................................................21
Energy saving tips . .............................................................................................22
Explanation of Symbols
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury.
Indicates important but not hazard-related information,
used to indicate risk of property damage.
Indicates a hazard that would be assigned a signal word
WARNING or CAUTION.
Precautions
WARNING
Operation and Maintenance
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.
Do not connect air conditioner to multi-purpose socket.
Otherwise, it may cause fire hazard.
Do disconnect power supply when cleaning air
conditioner. Otherwise, it may cause electric shock.
.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Do not wash the air conditioner with water to avoid
electric shock.
Do not spray water on indoor unit. It may cause electric
shock or malfunction.
After removing the filter, do not touch fins to avoid injury.
Do not use fire or hair dryer to dry the filter to avoid
deformation or fire hazard.
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Precautions
WARNING
Maintenance must be performed by qualified
professionals. Otherwise, it may cause personal injury
or damage.
Do not repair air conditioner by yourself. It may cause
electric shock or damage. Please contact dealer when
you need to repair air conditioner.
Do not extend fingers or objects into air inlet or air
outlet. It may cause personal injury or damage.
Do not block air outlet or air inlet. It may cause
malfunction.
Do not spill water on the remote controller, otherwise the
remote controller may be broken.
When below phenomenon occurs, please turn off air
conditioner and disconnect power immediately, and then
contact the dealer or qualified professionals for service.
● Power cord is overheating or damaged.
● There’s abnormal sound during operation.
● Circuit break trips off frequently.
● Air conditioner gives off burning smell.
● Indoor unit is leaking.
If the air conditioner operates under abnormal conditions,
it may cause malfunction, electric shock or fire hazard.
When turning on or turning off the unit by emergency
operation switch, please press this switch with an insulating
object other than metal.
Do not step on top panel of outdoor unit, or put heavy
objects. It may cause damage or personal injury.
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Precautions
WARNING
Attachment
Installation must be performed by qualified professionals.
Otherwise, it may cause personal injury or damage.
Must follow the electric safety regulations when installing
the unit.
According to the local safety regulations, use qualified
power supply circuit and circuit break.
Do install the circuit break. If not, it may cause malfunction.
An all-pole disconnection switch having a contact separation
of at least 1/8(3mm) in all poles should be connected in
fixed wiring.
Including an circuit break with suitable capacity, please
note the following table.Air switch should be included
magnet buckle and heating buckle function, it can protect
the circuit-short and overload.
Air Conditioner should be properly grounded. Incorrect
grounding may cause electric shock.
Don't use unqualified power cord.
Make sure the power supply matches with the
requirement of air conditioner.Unstable power supply or
incorrect wiring or malfunction. Please install proper power
supply cables before using the air conditioner.
Properly connect the live wire, neutral wire and
grounding wire of power socket.
Be sure to cut off the power supply before proceeding
any work related to electricity and safety.
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Precautions
WARNING
Do not put through the power before finishing installation.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
The temperature of refrigerant circuit will be high, please
keep the interconnection cable away from the copper
tube.
The appliance shall be installed in accordance with
national wiring regulations.
Installation must be performed in accordance with the
requirement of National Electrical Codes (NEC) and
local electrical codes by authorized personnel only.
The air conditioner is the first class electric appliance. It
must be properly grounding with specialized grounding
device by a professional. Please make sure it is always
grounded effectively, otherwise it may cause electric shock.
The yellow-green wire in air conditioner is grounding
wire, which can't be used for other purposes.
The grounding resistance should comply with national
electric safety regulations.
The appliance must be positioned so that the plug is
accessible.
All wires of indoor unit and outdoor unit should be
connected by a professional.
If the length of power connection wire is insufficient, please
contact the supplier for a new one. Avoid extending the
wire by yourself.
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Precautions
WARNING
For the air conditioner with plug, the plug should be reachable after
finishing installation.
For the air conditioner without plug, an circuit break must be
installed in the line.
If you need to relocate the air conditioner to another place, only the
qualified person can perform the work. Otherwise, it may cause
personal injury or damage.
Select a location which is out of reach for children and far away from
animals or plants.If it is unavoidable, please add the fence for safety
purpose.
The indoor unit should be installed close to the wall.
Instructions for installation and use of this product are
provided by the manufacturer.
Working temperature range
For model: GWH09KF-A3DNB4A(115V), GWH12KF-A3DNB4A(115V)
Indoor side DB/WB(°F/°C ) Outdoor side DB/WB(°F/°C)
89.6/73.4(32/23)
109.4/78.8(43/26)
80.6/-(27/-)
75.2/64.4(24/18)
Maximum cooling
Maximum heating
NOTICE:
● The operating temperature range (outdoor temperature) for cooling only unit is
64.4°F(18°C) ~ 109.4°F(43°C) ; for heat pump unit is 1 9.4 °F(-7 °C) ~ 109.4°F(43°C) .
For model: GWH09KF-D3DNB4F(230V), GWH12KF-D3DNB4F(230V)
Indoor side DB/WB(°F/°C ) Outdoor side DB/WB(°F/°C)
Maximum cooling
89.6/73.4(32/23)
109.4/78.8(43/26)
Maximum heating
80.6/-(27/-)
75.2/64.4(24/18)
NOTICE:
● The operating temperature range (outdoor temperature) for cooling only unit is 5°F(-15°C)
~ 109.4°F(43°C) ; for heat pump unit is 5 °F(-15°C) ~ 109.4°F(43°C) .
For model: GWH18KG-D3DNB4F(230V), GWH24KG-D3DNB4A(230V)
Indoor side DB/WB(°F/°C ) Outdoor side DB/WB(°F/°C)
Maximum cooling
89.6/73.4(32/23)
115/78.8(46/26)
Maximum heating
80.6/-(27/-)
75.2/64.4(24/18)
NOTICE:
● The operating temperature range (outdoor temperature) for cooling only unit is 5°F(-15°C)
~ 115°F(46°C) ; for heat pump unit is 5 °F(-15°C) ~ 115°F(46°C) .
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Parts Name
Indoor Unit
panel
air inlet
air outlet
horizontal louver
display
temp. indicator
(Note: This dispaly is not available for some models.)
drying indicator
cooling indicator
FAN
AIR
HUMIDITY
AUTO
OPER
HEALTH X-FAN
FILTER
power indicator
heating indicator
receiver window
aux.button
(Display content or position may be different from above
graphics, please refer to actual products)
TURBO
HOUR
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
MODE
FAN
X-FAN
TEMP
TIMER
TURBO
SLEEP
LIGHT
remote controller
Outdoor Unit
air inlet
air inlet
air inlet
handle
handle
handle
air outlet
air outlet
NOTICE:
air outlet
Actual product may be different from above graphics, please refer to actual
products.
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Buttons on remote controller
FAN
AUTO
OPER
AIR HEALTH X-FAN
HUMIDITY
FILTER
TURBO
HOUR
ON/OFF
2
1
3
ON/OFF
MODE
7
FAN
8
9
11
X-FAN
TEMP
TIMER
TURBO
SLEEP
LIGHT
ON/OFF button
2
MODE button
3
+/- button
4
FAN button
5
button
6
button
7
HEALTH SAVE button
8
X-FAN button
6
9
TEMP button
10
10 TIMER button
5
4
1
(Note: X-FAN is same with BLOW)
11 TURBO button
13
12 SLEEP button
12
13 LIGHT button
Introduction for icons on display screen
air mode
Operation mode
Auto mode
Cool mode
Dry mode
Fan mode
Heat mode
set fan speed
FAN
AUTO
AIR HEALTH X-FAN
HUMIDITY
FILTER
send signal
health mode
X-fan
set temperature
TURBO
HOUR
ON/OFF
Child Lock
Sleep mode
Temp. display type
:Set temp.
:Indoor ambient temp.
:Outdoor ambient temp.
OPER
turbo mode
TIMER ON/TIMER OFF
set time
left & right swing
light
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Up & down swing
Introduction for buttons on remote controller
Note:
● After putting through power, air conditioner will give out a sound and operation
indicator " " is ON (red indicator). You can operate the air conditioner through
the remote controller.
● At ON status, after each pressing button on remote controller, the signal icon " "
indicates the signal has been sent to air conditioner.
● At OFF status, display screen on remote controller displays set temperature.
At on status, display screen on remote controller displays the corresponding startup
function’s icon.
1
ON/OFF button
Press this button can turn on or turn off the air conditioner. After turning on the unit,
operation indicator " " on indoor unit is ON (green indicator. Color may be different for different models)and indoor unit gives out a sound.
2
MODE button
Press this button can select your required operation mode.
AUTO
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
● After selecting auto mode, air conditioner will operate automatically according to
ambient temperature. Set temperature can’t be adjusted and also can’t be displayed. Press "FAN" button can adjust fan speed. Press " " button can adjust swing
angle.
● After selecting cool mode, air conditioner operates under cool mode. Cool indicator
" " on indoor unit is ON. You can press "+" or "-" button to adjust set temperature.
Press "FAN" button can adjust fan speed. Press " " button can adjust swing
angle.
● After selecting dry mode, air conditioner operates under dry mode at low speed.
Dry indicator " " on indoor unit is ON. Under dry mode, fan speed can’t be adjusted. Press " " button to adjust swing angle.
● After selecting fan mode, air conditioner operates only under fan mode, All mode
indicators on indoor unit is OFF. Operation indicator is ON. Press "FAN" button can
adjust fan speed. Press " " button to adjust swing angle.
● After selecting heat mode, air conditioner operates under heat mode. Heat indicator
" " on indoor unit is ON. You can press "+" or "-" button to adjust set temperature.
Press "FAN" button to adjust fan speed. Press " " button to adjust swing angle.
(Cooling only unit can’t receive the signal for heating mode.)
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Introduction for buttons on remote controller
Note:
For preventing cold wind, after starting up heating mode, indoor fan will blow fan
afterdelaying 1-5min. (Details time is decided by indoor ambient temperature)
Temperature setting range on remote controller: 60.8~86°F (16~30°C). Fan
speed setting range: auto, low speed, medium speed and high speed.
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"+" or "-" button
● After each pressing of "+" or "-" button, it can increase or decrease set temperature 33.8°F(1°C) . Hold "+" or "-" button, 2s later, set temperature on remote
controller
will change quickly. After reaching to your required time, loosen the button.
Temperature indicator on indoor unit will also change accordingly. (Temperature
can’t be adjusted under auto mode)
● Under TIMER ON, TIMER OFF or Clock setting, you can press "+"or "-" button to
adjust time. (Refer to TIMER button for details)
4
FAN button
Pressing this button can set fan speed circularly as: auto (AUTO), low(
medium(
), high(
).
),
Auto
Note:
● Under AUTO Speed,IDU fan motor will adjust the fan speed (high, medium or
low speed) according to ambient temperature.
● Fan speed under dry mode is low speed.
5
button
● Press this button to start or stop up & down swing function.The remote controller
defaults to simple swing condition.
● Press + button and
button at the same time at unit OFF to switch between
simple swing and static swing;
blinks for 2 seconds.
● In static swing condition, pressing button, the swing angle of up & down louver
changes as below:
no display
(horizontal louvers stops
at current position)
● If the unit is turned off during swing operation,the louver will stop at present
position.
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Introduction for buttons on remote controller
Note:
When selecting " " with remote controller, it’s auto swing. Horizontal louver of air
conditioner will swing up&down automatically at the maximum angle.
When selecting " 、 、 、 、
swing. Horizontal louver of air conditioner will stop at that position as shown by the
icon to swing.
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button
● Press this button to start or stop left & right swing function. The remote controller
defaults to simple swing condition.
● Press + button and
button at the same time at unit OFF to switch between
simple swing and static swing;
blinks for 2 seconds.
● In static swing condition, pressing button, the swing angle of left & right louver
changes as below:
no display
(horizontal louvers stops
at current position)
(swing angle is displayed dynamically)
● If the unit is turned off during swing operation,the louver will stop at present
position.
● When selecting " " with remote controller, it’s auto swing. Horizontal louver of
air conditioner will swing left&right automatically at the maximum angle.
● When selecting " 、 、 、 、 "
position swing. Horizontal louver of air conditioner will stop at that position as
shown by the icon to swing.
● When selecting "
", it’s the circulating swing. Horizontal louver of
(swing angle is displayed dynamically)
air conditioner will swing circularly according to the angle as shown by the icon.
Note: There is no this function for the units. If press this key, the main unit will
click, but it also runs under original status.
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HEALTH SAVE button
HEALTH FUNCTION:
After pressing HEALTH button, remote controller will switch circularly as below:
"HEALTH"→"AIR"→"AIR HEALTH"→"no display"
● When selecting "HEALTH" by remote controller, HEALTH function will be started up.
● When selecting "AIR" by remote controller, AIR function will be started up.
● When selecting "AIT HEALTH", AIR and HEALTH function will be started up.
● When there’s no display on remote controller, AIR and HEALTH function will be
turned off.
● AIR function is applicable for some models.
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Introduction for buttons on remote controller
SAVE function:
Under cool mode, press SAVE button and the unit will operate under SAVE mode.
Dual-8nixie tube on remote controller displays "SE". Air conditioner will operate at
auto speed. Set temperature can’t be adjusted. Press SAVE button again to exit
SAVE mode. Air conditioner turn back to original set speed and set temperature.
● This function is applicable to partial of models.
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X-FAN button
After pressing this button under cooling or dry mode, remote controller displays the
character of "X-FAN" and X-FAN function is started up. Press this button again to
cancel X-FAN function. The character of "X-FAN" will disappear.
Note:
● After starting up X-FAN function, when turning off the unit, indoor fan will continue
to operate for a while at low speed to dry the residual water inside the indoor unit.
● When the unit operates under X-FAN mode, press "X-FAN" button can turn off
X-FAN function. Indoor fan stops operation immediately.
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TEMP button
Press this button can see indoor set temperature, indoor ambient temperature or
outdoor ambient temperature on indoor unit’s display. Temperature is set circularly
by remote controller as below:
no display
● When selecting " " by remote controller or no display, temperature indicator on
indoor unit displays set temperature.
● When selecting " " by remote controller, temperature indicator on indoor unit
displays indoor ambient temperature.
● When selecting "
" by remote controller, temperature indicator on indoor unit
displays outdoor ambient temperature.
Note:
● Outdoor ambient temperature display may can’t be selected for some models.
When indoor unit receives "
" signal, it displays indoor set temperature.
● Only for the model whose indoor unit has dual-8 display.
10
TIMER button
● At ON status, press this button once can set TIMER OFF. The character of HOUR
TIMER
ON. After each pressing of "+" or "-" button, time will increase or decrease half an
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Introduction for buttons on remote controller
hour. When holding "+" or "-" button, 2s later, the time will change quickly until to
Cancel TIMER OFF: Press "TIMER" button again under TIMER OFF status.
● At OFF status, press this button once can set TIMER ON. Please refer to TIMER
off for detailed operation.
Cancel TIMER ON: Press "TIMER" button again under TIMER ON status.
Note:
● Time setting range: 0.5-24 hours.
● Time interval between two operations can’t exceed 5s. Otherwise, remote
controller will exit the setting status automatically.
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TURBO button
12
SLEEP button
13
LIGHT button
When pressing this button under cooling or heating mode, air conditioner will enter
into quick cooling or quick heating mode. The character of "TURBO" is displayed
on remote controller. Press this button again to exit turbo function and the character
of "TURBO" will be disappeared on remote controller.
Press this button under cooling, heating mode can start up sleep function.
" " icon will be displayed on remote controller. Press this button again to cancel
sleep function. " "icon on remote controller will be displayed.
Press this button can turn off the light for indoor unit’s display. " " icon on remote
controller will disappear. Press this button again to turn on the light for indoor unit’s
display. " " icon on remote controller will be displayed.
Function introduction for combination buttons
Child lock function
Press "+" and "-" buttons simultaneously can turn on or turn off child lock function.
When child lock function is started up, " " icon will be displayed on remote
controller won’t send signal.
Switchover function for temperature display
After turning off the unit by remote controller, press "-" button and "MODE" button
simultaneously to switch between ℃ and °F .
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Operation guide
1. After putting through the power, press " ON/OFF " button on remote controller to
turn on the air conditioner.
2. Press " MODE " button to select your required mode: AUTO, COOL, DRY, FAN,
HEAT.
3. Press "+" or "-" button to set your required temperature. (Temperature can’t be
adjusted under auto mode).
4. Press " FAN " button to set your required fan speed: auto, low, medium and
high speed.
5. Press "
" button to select fan blowing angle.
Replacement of batteries in remote controller
1. Press the back side of remote controller marked
the cover of battery box along the arrow direction.
2. Replace two 7# (AAA 1.5V) dry batteries, and
make sure the position of "+" polar and "-" polar
are correct.
3. Reinstall the cover of battery box.
signal sender
battery
reinstall
remove
Cover of battery box
NOTICE
● During operation, point the remote control signal sender at the receiving
window on indoor unit.
● The distance between signal sender and receiving window should be no
more than 26.2ft (8m), and there should be no obstacles between them.
or wireless telephone; remote controller should be close to indoor unit during
operation.
● Replace new batteries of the same model when replacement is required.
● When you don’t use remote controller for a long time, please take out the
batteries.
● If the display on remote controller is fuzzy or there’s no display, please
replace batteries.
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Emergency operation
If remote controller is lost or damaged, please use auxiliary button to turn
on or turn off the air conditioner. The operation in details are as below:
conditioner. When the air conditioner is turned on, it will operate under
auto mode.
panel
aux. button
WARNING:
Use insulated object to press the auto button
Clean and maintenance
WARNING
■ Turn off the air conditioner and disconnect the power before cleaning the air
conditioner to avoid electric shock.
■ Do not wash the air conditioner with water to avoid electric shock.
■ Do not use volatile liquid to clean the air conditioner.
Clean surface of indoor unit
When the surface of indoor unit is dirty, it is recommended to use a soft dry cloth
or wet cloth to wipe it.
NOTICE:
● Do not remove the panel when cleaning it.
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Clean and maintenance
1
Open panel
3
Pull out the panel to a certain
Use dust catcher or water to
clean the filter.
When the filter is very dirty use
the water (below 113°F(45°C))
to clean it, and then put it in a
shady and cool place to dry.
2
4
panel cover tightly.
WARNING
operation environment, clean frequency can be increased.
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Clean and maintenance
NOTICE: Checking before use-season
1. Check whether air inlets and air outlets are blocked.
2. Check whether circuit break, plug and socket are in good condition.
4. Check whether mounting bracket for outdoor unit is damaged or corroded.
If yes, please contact dealer.
5. Check whether drainage pipe is damaged.
NOTICE: Checking after use-season
1. Disconnect power supply.
3. Check whether mounting bracket for outdoor unit is damaged or corroded.
If yes, please contact dealer.
Notice for recovery
1. Many packing materials are recyclable materials.
Please dispose them in appropriate recycling unit.
2. If you want to dispose the air conditioner, please contact local dealer or
consultant service center for the correct disposal method.
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Malfunction analysis
General phenomenon analysis
Please check below items before asking for maintenance. If the malfunction still
can’t be eliminated, please contact local dealer or qualified professionals.
Phenomenon
Check items
Solution
● Whether it's interfered severely ● Pull out the plug. Reinsert
(such as static electricity, stable the plug after about 3min, and
voltage)?
then turn on the unit again.
Indoor unit
can’t receive
remote
controller’s
signal or
remote
controller
has no
action.
● Whether remote controller is
within the signal receiving
range?
● Signal receiving range is 8m.
● Whether there are obstacles?
● Remove obstacles.
● Whether remote controller is
● Select proper angle and point
pointing at the receiving
the remote controller at the rewindow?
ceiving window on indoor unit.
● Is sensitivity of remote contro- ● Check the batteries. If the
ller low; fuzzy display and no
power of batteries is too low,
display?
please replace them.
● Check whether remote cont● No display when operating
roller appears to be damaged.
remote controller?
If yes, replace it.
● Fluorescent lamp in room?
No air
emitted
from
indoor
unit
● Take the remote controller
close to indoor unit.
● Turn off the fluoresent lamp
and then try it again.
● Air inlet or air outlet of indoor
unit is blocked?
● Eliminate obstacles.
● Under heating mode, indoor
temperature is reached to set
temperature?
● After reaching to set temperature, indoor unit will stop blowing out air.
● Heating mode is turned on just ● In order to prevent blowing
now?
out cold air, indoor unit will be
started after delaying for several minutes, which is a normal phenomenon.
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Malfunction analysis
Phenomenon
Air conditioner can’t
operate
Mist is emitted from
indoor unit’s
air outlet
Set temperature can’t
be adjusted
Cooling
(heating)
effect is
not good.
Check items
Solution
● Power failure?
● Wait until power recovery.
● Is plug loose?
● Reinsert the plug.
● Circuit break trips off or
fuse is burnt out?
● Ask professional to replace
circuit break or fuse.
● Wiring has malfunction?
● Ask professional to replace it.
● Unit has restarted immediately
● Wait for 3min, and then turn
after stopping operation?
on the unit again.
● Whether the function setting
for remote controller is
correct?
● Reset the function.
● Indoor temperature and humidity is high?
● Because indoor air is cooled
rapidly. After a while, indoor
temperature and humidity will
be decrease and mist will
disappear.
● Unit is operating under auto
mode?
● Temperature can’t be adjusted under auto mode.
Please switch the operation
mode if you need to adjust
temperature.
● Your required temperature
exceeds the set temperature
range?
● Set temperature range:
60.8~86°F (16~30°C).
● Voltage is too low?
● Wait until the voltage
resumes normal.
● Filter is dirty?
● Clean the filter.
● Set temperature is in proper
range?
● Adjust temperature to proper
range.
● Door and window are open?
● Close door and window.
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Malfunction analysis
Phenomenon
Odours are
emitted
Check items
Solution
● Whether there’s odour source, ● Eliminate the odour source.
such as furniture and cigarette,
● Clean the filter.
etc.
Air conditioner ● Whether there’s interference,
such as thunder, wireless
operates normally suddenly devices, etc.
● Disconnect power, put back
power, and then turn on the
unit again.
Outdoor
unit has
vapor
● Heating mode is turned on?
● During defrosting under heating mode, it may generate
vapor, which is a normal
phenomenon.
“Water
flowing”
noise
● Air conditioner is turned on or
turned off just now?
● The noise is the sound of
refrigerant flowing inside
the unit, which is a normal
phenomenon.
Cracking
noise
● Air conditioner is turned on or
turned off just now?
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● This is the sound of friction
caused by expansion and/or
contraction of panel or other
parts due to the change of
temperature.
Malfunction analysis
Error Code
● When air conditioner status is abnormal, temperature indictor on indoor unit will
ation of error code.
Error code
Above indicator diagram is only
for reference. Please refer to
actual product for the actual
indicator and position.
Indoor
display
Below listed error codes are only part error codes. Please refero to error code
list in serive manual for more information.
Troubleshooting
Error code
Heating indicator
ON 10s OFF 0.5s
E5
E6
E8
U8
H6
Means defrosting status. It’s the normal phenomenon.
It can be eliminated after restarting the unit. If not, please
It can be eliminated after restarting the unit. If not, please
It can be eliminated after restarting the unit. If not, please
It can be eliminated after restarting the unit. If not, please
It can be eliminated after restarting the unit. If not, please
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WARNING
■ When below phenomenon occurs, please turn off air conditioner and disconfor service.
● Power cord is overheating or damaged.
● There’s abnormal sound during operation.
● Circuit break trips off frequently.
● Air conditioner gives off burning smell.
● Indoor unit is leaking.
■ If the air conditioner operates under abnormal conditions, it may cause
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SYSTEM OPERATION
COOLING OPERATION
How it works:
In cooling mode, your alice indoor unit will absorb heat from the
room, then the alice outdoor unit will discharge the heat to the
outdoors. The alice cooling capacity decreases as the outdoor temperature
increases. This causes the alice to work harder and longer to hold the
selected room temperature.
Indoor Coil Freeze Protection:
Frost may form on the indoor coil during cooling operations when the
outdoor temperature below 50°F (10°C). Prolong operation may cause ice
to form on the indoor coil and block airflow. If the alice indoor unit
microcomputer detects ice on the indoor coil it will stop the compressor to
defrost the coil and protect the unit.
HEATING OPERATION
How it works:
In heating mode, your alice outdoor unit will absorb heat from the
outdoor ambient, then the alice indoor unit will discharge the heat to
the room. The alice heating capacity decreases as the outdoor temperature
decreases.
During extreme cold outdoor temperatures, you may need an additional
heating source to supplement the alice heating output.
Defrost Function:
In heating mode, frost may form on the outdoor coil during humid and low
outdoor temperature conditions. Prolong operation may cause ice to form
on the outdoor coil and block airflow. This will reduce the alice’s heating
capacity.
If the alice microcomputer detects ice on the outdoor coil, it will switch
automatically to defrost mode to melt the ice and clear the coil. During
defrost mode, heating will be discontinued and the alice indoor unit
will flash the Defrost indicator. The compressor will continue to run while
indoor and outdoor fans will stop. It is normal to see steam or vapor coming
from the outdoor unit during defrost mode. Defrost mode will terminate 12
minutes after initiation of defrost cycle or when the outdoor coil temperature
is 50°F (10°C) or greater.
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ENERGY SAVING TIPS
1. Relaxing room temperature at night is OK: During the nighttime
hours you don’t require the same level of conscious cooling or heating.
Try using Sleep Mode to gradually relax room temperature and allow the
unit to run less and save energy.
2. Curtains and shades: In the summer, you need to block the effects of
the sun. Close window curtains and shades on the south and west side
of your home to help block solar heat. In winter, the sun is your friend.
Open curtains and shades to allow solar heat into your room.
3. Close doors: If you don’t need to heat and cool your whole home,
confine the heating and cooling to one room by closing doors. Limit the
space you’re heating and cooling to specified capability of the unit.
4. Service the unit: Some basic maintenance might be all you need. The
outdoor unit will greatly benefit from a good hosing out, especially in
treed areas where seeds and other debris can stick to coil fins and make
the unit work up to 15% harder!
5. Rearrange the room: Furniture that obstructs airflow means you could
be heating and cooling the back of a chair or the front of a sofa instead
of the actual living space. Use the Swing Louvers to help direct the air in
the right direction for the room; remove or rearrange obstacles blocking
airflow.
6. Lighting: Turning lights off can help reduce your heat. Each light bulb is
a tiny heater. Your air conditioner must waste energy overcoming the
heat from your lights to reach and hold your desired room temperature.
7. Is anyone home? If possible, while you’re away turn your unit to Auto
mode and make sure windows and drapes are closed. Although the
room temperature will be uncomfortable for a few minutes when you
come home, the unit will have the room back to your desired
temperature in no time.
8. Don’t forget the fan: The fan is much like a car. The faster it runs, the
more energy is uses. Sometimes we need the car to go fast, but slow is
good enough most of the time. Try saving money by using the
comfortable quiet low fan speed as much as possible.
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LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT
Ductless Heat Pump Split System
FOR WARRANTY SERVICE OR REPAIR:
Contact your installing contractor. You may find the installer’s name on the equipment or in your Owner’s packet.
Complete product registration below and send back by e-mail at
PRODUCT REGISTRATION:
Model No.: ______________________________________________________________________________________________
Serial No.: _______________________________________________________ Date of Installation: ______________________
Owner Name: ____________________________________________________________________________________________
Address of Installation:_____________________________________________________________________________________
Installing Contractor: ______________________________________________________________________________________
Address: ________________________________________________________________________________________
Phone No. / E-mail: _______________________________________________________________________________
C&H distributor (hereinafter “Company”) warrants this product against failure due to defect in materials or workmanship
under normal use and maintenance as follows. All warranty periods begin on the date of original installation. If the date cannot
be verified, the warranty period begins one hundred twenty (120) days from date of manufacture. If a part fails due to defect
during the applicable warranty period Company will provide a new or remanufactured part, at Company’s option, to replace the
failed defective part at no charge for the part. This limited warranty is subject to all provisions, conditions, limitations and
exclusions listed below.
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A warranty period of Seven (7) years on compressor to the original registered end-user.
A warranty period of Five (5) years on all parts to the original registered end user.
A warranty period of One (1) year on the remote control provided with the original unit.
Limited warranty applies only to systems that are properly installed by a state certified or licensed HVAC contractor,
under applicable local and state law in accordance with all applicable building codes and permits; C&H installation
and operation instructions and good trade practices.
Warranty applies only to products remaining in their original installation location.
Defective parts must be returned to the distributor through a registered servicing dealer for credit.
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES:
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND/OR CONDITIONS (INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR
CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE) ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, SOME STATES OR PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY
OR CONDITION LASTS, SO THE ABOVE MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES MADE IN THIS WARRANTY ARE
EXCLUSIVE AND MAY NOT BE ALTERED, ENLARGED, OR CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR, DEALER, OR OTHER PERSON,
WHATSOEVER.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
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Labor or other costs incurred for diagnosing, repairing, removing, installing, shipping, servicing or handling of either
defective parts, or replacement parts, or new units.
Product cleaning required prior to warranty service and repair.
Normal maintenance as outlined in the installation and servicing instructions or Owner’s Manual, including filter
cleaning and/or replacement and lubrication.
Failure, damage or repairs due to faulty installation, misapplication, abuse, improper servicing, unauthorized
alteration or improper operation.
Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers, or damages due to the inadequacy or
interruption of electrical service.
Failure or damage due to floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive environments (rust, etc.) or other
conditions beyond the control of the Company.
Failure or damage of coils or piping due to corrosion on installations within one (1) miles of sea coast or corrosive
body.
Parts not supplied or designated by Company, or damages resulting from their use.
Products installed outside continental USA and Canada.
Electricity or fuel costs, or increases in electricity or fuel costs from any reason whatsoever, including additional or
unusual use of supplemental electric heat.
Any cost to replace, refill or dispose of refrigerant, including the cost of refrigerant.
Shipping damage or damage as a result of transporting the unit.
Accessories such as condensate pumps, line sets and so forth are not covered.
Any special, indirect or consequential property or commercial damage of any nature whatsoever. Some states or
provinces do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to
you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state or province to
province.
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