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OPERATING MANUAL
English
AIR CONDITIONER
Wall Mounted Type
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Contents
Safety Precautions ............................................................... 1
Indoor Unit Overview and Operations .................................. 2
Remote Controller Overview and Operations ....................... 3
Care and Cleaning................................................................ 5
Outdoor Unit
AOU9RL2
AOU12RL2
Indoor Unit
ASU9RL2
ASU12RL
Operating Range .................................................................. 6
Before using this product, read these instructions
thoroughly and keep this manual for future reference.
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Troubleshooting .................................................................... 6
Safety Precautions
To prevent personal injury, injury to others, or property damage, read this section carefully before you use this product, and be sure to comply
following safety precautions.
Incorrect operation due to failure to follow the instructions may cause harm or damage, the seriousness of which is classified as follows:
WARNING
CAUTION
This mark warns of death or serious injury.
This mark warns of injury or damage to property.
This mark denotes an action that is COMPULSORY.
This mark denotes an action that is PROHIBITED.
WARNING
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance.
• This unit contains no user-serviceable parts. Always consult
authorized service personnel for repairing, installation, and
relocation of this product.
Improper installation or handling will cause leakage, electric
shock, or fire.
• In the event of a malfunction such as burning smell,
immediately stop operation of the air conditioner, and
disconnect all the power supply by turning off the electrical
breaker or disconnecting the power plug. Then consult
authorized service personnel.
• Take care not to damage the power supply cable.
If it is damaged, it should only be replaced by authorized
service personnel.
• In the event of refrigerant leakage, be sure to keep away
from fire or any flammables, and consult authorized service
personnel.
• If you see lightning or hear thunder, there might be a
lightning strike.
To prevent electric shock hazard, turn off the air conditioner
by using the remote controller, and do not touch the unit or
the power plug during thunderstorm.
• Do not install the unit in area filled with mineral oil such as a
factory or area containing a large amount of splashed oil or
steam such as a kitchen.
• Do not start or stop the operation of this product by inserting
or pulling out the power plug, or by turning on or off the
circuit breaker.
• Do not use inflammable gases near the unit.
• Do not expose yourself directly to the cooling airflow for
many hours.
• Do not insert your fingers or any other objects into outlet
port, open panel, or intake grille.
• Do not operate with wet hands.
CAUTION
• Provide occasional ventilation during use.
• Always operate the unit with air filters installed.
• Ensure that any electronic equipment is at least 1 meter
away from either the indoor unit or outdoor unit.
• Unplug the power supply cable when not using the indoor
unit for an extended period.
• After long period of use, check whether the installation stand
does not deteriorate to prevent the unit from falling down.
• The airflow direction and the room temperature should be
carefully considered when you use this product in a room
with infants, children, elderly or sick persons.
•
•
•
•
Do not direct the airflow at fireplaces or heating apparatus.
Do not block or cover the intake grille and the outlet port.
Do not apply any heavy pressure to radiator fins.
Do not climb on, place objects on, or hang objects from the unit.
• Do not place vase or water container on the unit.
• Do not place any other electrical products or household
belongings under indoor unit or outdoor unit.
Dripping condensation from the unit might get them wet, and
may cause damage or malfunction of your property.
• Do not expose the unit directly to water.
• Do not use this product for preservation of food, plants,
animals, precision equipment, art work, or other objects. This
may cause quality deterioration of those items.
• Do not expose animals or plants to the direct airflow.
• Do not drink the drainage from the air conditioner.
• Do not pull the power supply cable to disconnect the plug.
• Do not touch the aluminum fins of heat exchanger built-in
the indoor or outdoor unit to avoid personal injury when you
install or maintain the unit.
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Indoor Unit Overview and Operations
1
Intake grille
Before starting operation, make sure that the intake grille has been
shut completely. Incomplete closing might have an effect on the
proper working or performance of the product.
2
Manual AUTO button
1
Use when you lost the remote controller or remote control malfunction
occurs.
Status
In operation
Stopping
After cleaning
2
Action
11
Mode or operation
Press more than 3 seconds.
Press more than 3 seconds and
less than 10 seconds.
Press more than 10 seconds.
(Only for servicing.*)
Press less than 3 seconds.
Stop
AUTO
3
Forced cooling
Filter indicator reset
*:To stop forced cooling, press this button or START/STOP button on
the remote controller.
3
Front panel
4
Vertical airflow direction louver
5
Each time you press SET button on the remote controller, the angle
of the vertical airflow direction louver moves as follows:
COOL or DRY mode
1
2
3
1*
4
5
2
3
5
6
10
6
9
HEAT mode
4
4
7*
8
7
*: Default setting in each mode.
6 7
• Do not adjust by hand.
• At the beginning of AUTO or HEAT mode, they may stay position 1
for a while for adjustment.
• If you set the angle to position 5–7 for more than 30 minutes in
COOL or DRY mode, they automatically return to position 4.
In COOL or DRY mode, if the angle is set to position 5–7 for many hours,
condensation may be formed, and the drips may wet your property.
5
Drain hose
6
Remote control signal receiver
11
Air filter
See page 5
Easy-to-care air filters resist mildew growth.
Indoor unit accessories
Remote controller
Batteries
CAUTION
For appropriate signal transmission between remote controller and
the indoor unit, keep the signal receiver away from following items:
- Direct sunlight or other strong light
- Flat-panel television screen
In rooms with instantaneous fluorescent lights, such as inverter type ones, the signal may not be transmitted properly. In
such a case, consult the store that you purchased the product.
7
WARNING
Take care to prevent infants and small children from accidentally swallowing the batteries.
Battery (AAA/R03/LR03 × 2) loading
1
TIMER indicator (orange)
Lights in TIMER operation, and blinks slowly when the timer setting
error is detected.
As for the timer setting error, refer to “Auto-restart function” on page 4.
9
2
OPERATION indicator (green)
Lights in normal operation, and blinks slowly in automatic defrosting
operation.
10
Remote controller
holder
ECONOMY indicator (green)
Lights in ECONOMY operation.
8
Tapping screw
(M3×12 mm)
3
Horizontal airflow direction louvers
CAUTION
Before you adjust the horizontal airflow direction, make sure that
the vertical airflow direction louver has been stopped completely.
Adjust two knobs by hand.
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Notes:
• Use specified type of battery only.
• Do not use new battery and used battery together.
• Batteries can be used about 1 year in ordinary use.
• If the remote control range noticeably got shorten, replace the
batteries, and press RESET button.
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AIR CONDITIONER Wall Mounted Type
Remote Controller Overview and Operations
CAUTION
• To prevent malfunction or damage of the remote controller:
- Place remote controller at where will not be exposed to
direct sunlight or excessive heat.
- Remove batteries if the product is not going to be used for
an extended period.
- Exhausted batteries must be removed immediately, and
be disposed according to the local laws and regulations of
your region.
Remote controller holder installation
2 Insert
1
• If leaking battery fluid comes in contact with your skin, eyes,
or mouth, immediately rinse with plenty of clean water, and
consult your physician.
• Obstacles such as a curtain or wall between the remote
controller and the indoor unit may affect the appropriate
signal transmission.
• Do not apply strong shocks to the remote controller.
• Do not pour water on the remote controller.
• Do not attempt to recharge dry batteries.
16
3 Slide up
Press in
Pull out
Screws
15
4
You can quickly start the operation with following 3 steps:
2
1
START/STOP button
14
5
2
MODE button
13
6
12
1
11
7
10
8
Switches operation mode in following order.
AUTO
COOL
DRY
FAN
HEAT
Notes in HEAT mode:
• At the beginning of the operation, the indoor unit operates at very
low fan speed for about 3–5 minutes for preparation, and then
switches to the selected fan speed.
• Automatic defrosting operation overrides the heating operation when
it is necessary.
3
3
9
SET TEMP. (temperature) buttons
7
Set desired temperature.
When you press the RESET button, press it gently by using the tip of
a ballpoint pen or other small object in correct direction as shown in
this figure.
Temperature setting range
AUTO
64–88 °F (18–30 °C)
COOL/DRY
64–88 °F (18–30 °C)
HEAT
60–88 °F (16–30 °C)
RESET button
*:Temperature control is not available in FAN mode.
4
RESET
FAN button
8
Controls the fan speed.
AUTO
HIGH
MED
LOW
QUIET
Cancels the set timer.
• When AUTO is selected, the fan speed is automatically adjusted
according to the operation mode.
5
9
ON TIMER button
Each time you press the button, the time changes as follows:
SET button
0.5
Adjusts the vertical airflow direction.
6
TIMER CANCEL button
SWING button
Starts or stops automatic swing of the vertical airflow direction louver.
• Each time you press the button, the vertical airflow direction louver
swings as follows:
COOL or DRY mode
1
4
5
2
3
4
HEAT mode
4
5
6
7
6 7
Note:
SWING operation may stop temporarily when the fan in the unit is
rotating at very low speed or stopping.
1.5
10
...
2.0
• Set the time while the
is blinking.
9.0
9.5
10
11
12
hours
indicator on the remote controller display
OFF TIMER button
Each time you press the button, the time changes as follows:
0.5
1
2
3
1.0
1.0
1.5
2.0
• Set the time while the
is blinking.
...
9.0
9.5
10
11
12
hours
indicator on the remote controller display
: The setting must be done within about 3 seconds during the indicator stays solid.
: The button is controllable only when the air conditioner is on.
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Remote Controller Overview and Operations
Program timer (combined use of the ON timer and the OFF timer)
You can set an integrated ON–OFF or OFF–ON timer as follows:
ON–OFF
Set the ON timer first.
Then set the OFF timer by the air conditioner starts operation controlled with the ON timer earlier set.
OFF–ON
Set the OFF timer first.
Then set the ON timer by the air conditioner stops operation controlled with the OFF timer earlier set.
The timer that is set later starts counting down after the counting
down of the preceding timer is finished.
Note:
If you change the setting value for the timer after the program timer is
set, the counting down of the timer will be reset at that moment.
11
SLEEP TIMER button
Each time you press the button, the time changes as follows:
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0
9.0
hours
7.0
CANCEL
14
POWERFUL operation is automatically turned off in the following
situations:
• Adjusted room temperature reached to the defined temperature in
temperature setting in COOL, DRY, or HEAT mode.
• 20 minutes have passed after finishing the POWERFUL operation
mode setting.
It is not turned off automatically during setting of the POWERFUL
operation.
Notes:
• The airflow direction and the fan speed are controlled automatically.
• This operation cannot be performed simultaneously with ECONOMY
operation.
To return to normal operation, press the button again. Then the indoor
unit emits 2 short beeps.
• Set the time while the
indicator on the remote controller display
is blinking.
To repeat the timer, press the button when the indicator is not
displayed.
15
To help you to fall asleep comfortably and prevent excessive warming
or cooling in sleep, the SLEEP timer controls the temperature setting
automatically in accordance with the set time shown as follows. The
air conditioner completely turns off after the set time has elapsed.
16
In HEAT mode
In COOL or DRY mode
2 °F (1 °C) 4 °F (2 °C) 6 °F (3 °C) 8 °F (4 °C)
Set
temperature
30 min.
1 hour
1.5 hour
Set time
Remote controller display
In this section, all the possible indicators are displayed for description.
In actual operation, the display is linked with the button operation, and
only shows the necessary indicators for each setting.
Signal transmitter
Aim to signal receiver of the indoor unit properly.
• Signal transmit indicator on the remote controller display shows
that signal from the remote controller is being transmitted.
• Operating range is approximately 7 m.
• You will hear a beep if the transmitted signal has been sent properly.
If there is no beep, press the button on the remote controller again.
Set time
1 hour
Automatic defrosting operation
2 °F (1 °C)
4 °F (2 °C)
Note for TIMER settings:
Any interruption of the power supply, such as a blackout or cutting off
of a circuit breaker, makes the set internal clock go wrong. In such a
case, the TIMER indicator on the indoor unit blinks, and you need to
readjust the setting.
12
POWERFUL button
Starts POWERFUL operation that enables quick cooling down or
warming up of the room.
When you press the button to start the POWERFUL operation, the
indoor unit emits 3 short beeps.
°F/°C button
• Used for changing the temperature unit. (Initial setting: °F )
• When you press this button, the displayed temperature unit switches
to “°C”, and returns to “°F” when you press it again.
• When you press this button, press it gently by using the tip of a
ballpoint pen or other small object in correct direction as shown in
this figure.
When outdoor temperature is very low with high humidity, frost
may form on the outdoor unit during the heating operation, and
it could reduce the operating performance of the product.
For frost protection, a microcomputer-controlled automatic
defrost function is equipped in this air conditioner.
If frost forms, the air conditioner will temporarily stop, and
defrost circuit will operate briefly (maximum of 15 minutes.)
OPERATION indicator on the indoor unit blinks during this
operation.
If frost forms on the outdoor unit after the heating operation, the
outdoor unit will stop automatically after it operates for a few
minutes. Then the automatic defrosting operation starts.
Auto-restart function
In event of power interruption such as a blackout, the air
conditioner stops once. But it restarts automatically and
performs previous operation when the power supply is resumed.
13
ECONOMY button
Starts or stops ECONOMY operation that saves more electricity
consumption than the other operations with a conservative adjustment
of the room temperature.
When you press the button, the ECONOMY indicator on the indoor
unit turns on.
• In COOL mode, the room temperature will be adjusted at a few
degree higher than the defined temperature.
In HEAT mode, the room temperature will be adjusted at a few
degree lower than the defined temperature.
• Especially in COOL mode, you can have improved dehumidification
without significantly lowering the room temperature.
Notes:
• In COOL or HEAT mode, the maximum output of this operation is
approximately 70 % of usual air conditioning operation.
• This operation cannot be performed during temperature monitoring
by AUTO mode.
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If any power interruption occurs after the timer is set, counting
down of the timer will be reset.
After the power supply is resumed, the TIMER indicator on the
indoor unit blinks to notify you that there has been a timer fault.
In such a case, reset the timer for your opportune time.
Malfunctions caused by other electrical devices:
Use of other electrical appliances such as an electric shaver or
nearby use of a wireless radio transmitter may cause the malfunction
of the air conditioner.
If you encounter such a malfunction, turn off the circuit breaker once.
Then turn it on again, and resume operation by using the remote
controller.
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AIR CONDITIONER Wall Mounted Type
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION
• Before cleaning the indoor unit, be sure to turn it off and all the power supply has been disconnected.
• Before starting operation, make sure that the intake grille has been shut completely. Incomplete closing of the intake grille might have an
effect on the proper working or performance of the air conditioner.
• Do not touch the aluminum fins of heat exchanger built-in the indoor unit to avoid personal injury when you maintain the unit.
• Do not expose the indoor unit to liquid insecticides or hair sprays.
Daily care
Cleaning the air filters
When cleaning the indoor unit body, mind the following:
• Do not use water hotter than 108 °F (40 °C).
• Do not use scouring cleanser, volatile solvents such as benzene or
thinner.
• Wipe the unit gently by using soft cloth.
Cleaning the intake grille
Mind that you have a periodical cleaning of the air filters to prevent
reducing the operation efficiency of the product.
Using of clogged air filter with dust will lower the product performance,
and may cause airflow reduction or increase of operating noise.
Clean the air filters once every 2 weeks under normal use.
1
Open the intake grille in direction of the arrow a. While gently
pressing the left and right mounting shafts of the intake grille
outward b, remove the intake grille in direction of the arrow c.
1
Pull up the handle a of the filter in direction of the arrow and
release the 2 claws b.
Then pull the filter out with gently sliding it downward c.
a
c
b
c
b
c
a
b
a
a
2
Wash the intake grille gently with water or wipe it gently with a
soft cloth moisten with warm water.
Then wipe it with a dry and soft cloth.
3
While holding the grille horizontal, set the left and right mounting
shafts into the pillow blocks at the top of the panel a. To latch
each shaft properly, insert the shaft until it snaps.
Then close the intake grille b.
b
2
Remove dust by using a vacuum cleaner or by washing the filter.
When you wash the filter, use neutral household detergent and
warm water.
After rinse the filter well, dry it throughly in a shaded place before
you reinstall it.
3
Attach the air filter with aligning both side of the filter with the
panel, and push in the filter fully.
Note:
Make sure that 2 claws are firmly snapped to the guide holes on
the panel.
After extended non-use of the unit
If you have shut down the indoor unit for 1 month or more, perform the
FAN operation for half a day to dry the internal parts throughly before
you perform normal operation.
Additional inspection
a
a
After long period of use, accumulated dust inside the indoor unit may
reduce the product performance even if you have maintained the unit
with instructed daily care or cleaning procedures written in this manual.
In such a case, the product inspection is recommended.
For more information, consult authorized service personnel.
b
4
b
Press 4 places on the intake grille to close it completely.
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Troubleshooting
WARNING
In the event of a malfunction such as burning smell, immediately stop operation of the air conditioner, and disconnect all the power supply
by turning off the electrical breaker or disconnecting the power plug. Then consult authorized service personnel.
As long as the unit is connected to the power supply, it is not insulated from the power supply even if the unit is turned off.
Following symptoms do not indicate the product malfunction, but they are normal functions or characteristics of this product.
Symptom
Operation is delayed after
restart.
Noise is heard.
Cause
See page
To prevent blowout of the fuse, the compressor will not operate during the protection circuit is working
for about 3 minutes after sudden OFF→ON operation of the power supply.
–
• During the operation or immediately after stopping the air conditioner, refrigerant flowing sound
may be heard. And it is particularly noticeable for 2–3 minutes after starting operation.
• During the operation, a slight squeaking sound produced by the minute expansion and contraction
of the front panel caused by temperature change may be heard.
–
During heating operation, a sizzling sound produced by the automatic defrosting operation may be
heard.
4
Smell coming from the unit.
Absorbed room smell generated from interior textile, furniture, or cigarette smoke into the air conditioner may be emitted.
–
Mist or steam is emitted from
the unit.
In COOL or DRY mode, a thin mist generated by condensation formed with sudden cooling process
may be emitted.
–
During heating operation, the fan built-in the outdoor unit may stops and rising steam generated by
the automatic defrosting operation may be seen.
4
Airflow is weak or stops.
Outdoor unit emits water.
• Immediately after the heating operation is started, the fan speed stays temporarily very low to warm
up the internal parts of the unit.
• In HEAT mode, the outdoor unit stops and the indoor unit operates at very low fan speed if the
room temperature rises above the set temperature.
–
In HEAT mode, the indoor unit temporarily stops for maximum of 15 minutes to perform the automatic
defrosting operation while the OPERATION indicator is flashing.
4
In DRY mode, the indoor unit operates at low fan speed to adjust the room humidity, and may stop
from time to time.
–
When the fan speed is set to “QUIET”, the fan rotates at very low speed and the airflow is reduced.
–
When monitoring operation is performed in AUTO mode, the fan rotates at very low speed.
–
During heating operation, the outdoor unit may emit water generated by the automatic defrosting
operation.
–
Before you call for or request servicing, troubleshoot a problem by performing following checks:
Symptom
Does not operate at all.
Diagnostic
See page
Has the circuit breaker been turned off?
Has there been a power outage?
Has a fuse blown out or the circuit breaker been tripped?
–
3, 4
Is the timer operating?
Poor cooling or heating performance.
The unit operates differently
from the remote controller
setting.
Is the air filter dirty?
5
Is the intake grill or outlet port of indoor unit blocked?
–
Is the room temperature adjusted appropriately?
3
Is a window or door left opened?
Is direct or strong sunlight shinning into the room in cooling operation?
Are there other heating apparatus or computers operating, or too many people in the room in cooling operation?
–
Is the fan speed set to “QUIET”?
3
Are the batteries used in the remote controller exhausted?
Are the batteries used in the remote controller loaded properly?
2
Immediately stop operation and turn off the electrical breaker in following cases. Then consult authorized service personnel.
• The problem persists even if you perform these checks or diagnostics.
• The OPERATION indicator and TIMER indicator blink while the ECONOMY indicator is blinking fast.
Operating Range
Outdoor temperature
Indoor temperature
Indoor humidity
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COOL/DRY mode
HEAT mode
15 to 115 °F (-10 to 46 °C)
64 to 90 °F (18 to 32 °C)
80 % or less
15 to 75 °F (-10 to 24 °C)
60 to 88 °F (16 to 30 °C)
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