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P08S/P10S Owner’s Manual
Table of Contents
Important Safety Guidelines………….………. 2
Introduction……………………………………………. 3
Unpacking Instructions & Contents .………. 4
Parts ……………............................................ 5
Display Functions …………………………………… 6
Remote Control Functions ………..…..………. 9
Drain Pipe ………………………….……..…..………. 12
Maintenance & Cleaning………………………... 13
Installation …………………………………………….. 14
Troubleshooting…………………………………….. 16
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IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES
IMPORTANT
Do not install and use your portable air conditioner unit before carefully reading this instruction guide.
Please retain this manual brochure for product warranty and future reference
CAUTION
Operate this unit in an ambient of 89°F or less.
The heating function of the unit should be
operated in an indoor ambient temperature
between 44°F and 73°F.
Clean air filter periodically to enjoy the most
efficient cooling.
When the unit is shut off, please wait at least 3.5
minutes before restarting; this is to prevent the
compressor from being damaged.
This unit is for indoor cooling, heating and
dehumidifying.
When turning on the unit, the fan will operate but
the compressor will start up after the cooling
alarm flashes for three minutes.
In heating function, the heating alarm will flash for
3.5 minutes before the compressor and fan start
up.
If you have fuses , they should be of the time delay
type. Before you install or relocate this unit, be sure
that the amperage rating of the circuit breaker or
time delay fuse does not exceed the amp rating
listed in Table 1.
Table 1.
MODEL
P08S,P10S
2
CIRCUIT
RATING OR
TIME DELAY
FUSE
AMP
VOLT
15
125
REQUIRED
WALL
RECEPTACLE
NEMA
NO.
5-15P
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Friedrich!
ZoneAire Compact: PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER
The Air Conditioner has been designed and manufactured to the highest standards of modern
engineering.
Our product not only provides you a remote control to help user operate all the functions easily and
conveniently but also includes the following benefits:
• 3-IN-1 SYSTEM: Offers cooling, dehumidification and bonus heat for year-round conditioning
and comfort.
• Innovative design: One side offers cooling, simply turn the unit around and apply the exclusive
“heat clip“ for bonus heat option.
• Super portability with built in hose storage compartment underneath unit.
• Dual, easy-access antimicrobial nylon filters
• 4-Speed fan with “Auto” setting for ultimate comfort
• 24-hour timer for both cooling and dehumidification
• Unique Sleep Control function – Increases temperature 2 degrees every 4 hours
• LCD remote control
• Moves easily from room to room on easy glide castors.
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UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS & CONTENTS
UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Place the unit in the correct upright position before unpacking.
2. Cut the two packing straps.
3. Slide the carton in an upward motion and it will release from the base.
4. Grip the carry handles located on either sides of the unit and carefully lift until it slides out of
the foam base.
5. Lift and lean the unit slightly to take out exhaust hose from unit’s bottom as picture.
6. Install the exhaust hose on the unit before operating the unit.
CONTENTS
Heat Clip
1. Air conditioner unit
2. Exhaust Hose
3. Remote control
4. Batteries
5. Window Kit
Window Kit
6. Heat Clip Connector
Exhaust Hose
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PARTS
1. Control panel
2. Remote control receiver
3. Hot air-outlet
4. Evaporator’s filter
5. Cool air-inlet
6. Air-outlet’s joint part
7. Cool air-outlet
8. Condenser’ s filter
9. Hot air-inlet
10. Drain hole
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DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
1. ON/OFF KEY
Press to turn unit "ON" or "OFF".
2. MODE
Press this key to select cooling, heating, or dehumidifying.
when the unit is not working, hold the function button for 10 seconds to change the temperature
scale °C /°F.
3. TEMPERATURE REGULATION KEY (UP)
- During cooling function:This key raises the preset temperature by 1°F each time it is pressed
and the maximum limit is 86°F.
- During heating function:This key raises the preset temperature by 1°F each time it is pressed
and the maximum limit is 77°F.
4. TEMPERATURE REGULATION KEY (DOWN)
- During cooling function:This key lowers the preset temperature by 1°F each time it is pressed
and the minimum limit is 63°F.
- During heating function:This key lowers the preset temperature by 1°F each time it is pressed
and the minimum limit is 59°F.
5. L.E.D. DISPLAY
The display indicates the current setting temperature or the timer setting. When the set
temperature or the timer is adjusted, the new setting is shown then the display returns the
current set temperature.
※ The display is also used to show error codes should a fault occur, see TROUBLE SHOOTING.
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DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
6. FAN SPEED
Press to select either LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH or AUTO fan speed.
If "AUTO" is selected (During cooling function),”HIGH” or "MEDIUM" or “LOW" will be
selected automatically according to the difference between setting temperature and
ambient temperature.
Note: In heating function and dehumidifying function, this key is invalid because the
unit is defined to be high speed in heating mode and low speed in dehumidifying mode.
7. PROGRAMMABLE TIMER
Programmable timer ON/OFF key.
TIMER-ON: The timer-on is used to turn on the unit automatically after the set time is over.
1. Press the "TIMER" key at stand-by status to set the time you desired.
2. Once the set hour has come to an end, the unit will turn on automatically.
3. Press the "POWER" key before the time out; the set time will be canceled and the unit will turn on.
4. You can set the function and fan speed while setting the timer.
TIMER-OFF: The timer-off is used to turn off the unit automatically after the setting time is over.
1. Press the "TIMER" key at operating status to set the time you desired.
2. Once the set hour has come to an end, the unit will turn off automatically.
3. Press the "POWER" key before the time out, the set time will be canceled and the unit will
turn off.
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MAINTENANCE
AND CLEANING
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
8. SLEEP CONTROL FUNCTION
In “Sleep” mode, your unit will automatically go into low fan speed allowing the temperature
to slowly drift up (in cooling) or down (in heating). See below:
1. While in cooling mode, press the SLEEP key to set the temperature. It increases 2°F after an
hour and at most increases 4°F after 2 hours.
2. While in heating mode, press the SLEEP key to set the temperature. It decreases 2°F after
hour and at most decreases 4°F after 2 hours.
3. Press the SLEEP key again to cancel the setting.
9. ALARM
When the water tank is full,"E4" will be displayed on the display panel. To resume operation,
please remove the rubber cap of the drain hose to drain out the water firstly. The E4 warning
will disappear after draining, and then you can restart the unit by pressing the POWER key.
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REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
Instruction for the operating keys:
When a remote control signal is transmitted, a transmission icon on the display flashes once,
indicating the signal has been transmitted.
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REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
1.
Transmission window
2.
Liquid crystal display
3.
Mode select key:
Select from among the three functions: cooling, heating and dehumidifying. The fast key
function indicates the above operating modes in a cycle when the key is pressed without
being released. However, the transmission icon will not appear until the key is released and
the confirmed mode is transmitted.
4.
Setting keys for room temperature:
The set temperature will rise by 1°F when the ▲ key is pressed once and the set temperature
will fall by 1°F when the ▼ key is pressed once. Both keys have the fast key function and can
make the set temperature rise or fall continuously when the keys are pressed without release.
5.
Power key:
When this key is pressed, the memorized modes and other information about temperature,
speed, direction of airflow, sleep, etc., in the remote control will be transmitted to the unit and
it will operate correspondingly. When the key is pressed again, the main unit will stop
immediately.
6.
Sleep key
When this key is pressed, the air flow of the unit changes into sleep mode (low speed).
(1) Press “SLEEP” key, set sleep function; press again, and cancel sleep setting.
(2) The temperature will increase 2°F half an hour after setting sleep function, and will
increase at most 4°F every two hours after that.
(3) When the main power supply is cut off, the sleep function setting will be cancelled
automatically.
(4) When you turn off the unit, sleep function setting will be cancelled automatically.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
7. Timer key:
TIMER-ON: The timer-on is used to turn on the unit automatically after the setting time is over.
1. Press the "TIMER" key at stand-by status to set the time desired.
2. Once the set time has come to an end. The unit will turn on automatically.
3. Press the "POWER" key before time out, the setting time will be canceled and the unit will
turn on.
TIMER-OFF: The timer-off is used to turn off the unit automatically after the set time is over.
1. Press the "TIMER" key at stand-by status to set the time desired.
2. Once the setting hour has come to an end. The unit will turn off automatically.
3. Press the "POWER" key before the time out, the set time will be canceled and the unit will
turn off.
Note: Press “Timer” key when unit is off, The unit will be automatically Turn on, The setting
method same as above
8.
Auto key
Automatic fan speed
9.
High key
High fan speed
10.
Med key
Middle fan speed
11.
Low key
Low fan speed
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DRAIN PIPE
NOTICE
This unit can evaporate the condensation and distribute through the exhaust hose automatically.
1. The drain pipe doesn’t have to be installed, when the unit is in cool mode. Please make sure that
the rubber cap is locked on drain hole, when the unit is running.
2. When operating the heating function, the “①” rubber cap on drain hole should be pulled out and
proper drain pipe should be installed in order to improve heating.
3. When operating the dehumidifying function the “①” rubber cap on drain hose should be pulled
out and proper drain hose should be installed.
● Please remove the air exhaust hose, connect a drain hose to the drain hole and lead the water to
the outside in order to intensify dehumidifying capacity.
※ When the water tank is full,"E4" will be displayed on the display panel. Please remove the rubber
cap“①” of the drain hole to drain out the water first. After drainage is completed, please restart the
unit so unit can operate normally.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Disconnect all power before servicing or cleaning. Failure to follow
these instructions can result in death, electrical shock or fire.
MAINTENANCE
PLEASE DISCONNECT THE POWER CORD BEFORE CLEANING.
AIR FILTER
The air filter located on the left hand side of the unit can be removed
simply by pulling the frame up.
Clean the air filter with a vacuum cleaner ensuring all dust is
removed.
CONDENSER/EVAPORATOR
Use a brush attachment with a vacuum cleaner.
CASING
Wipe with a damp cloth and polish with a soft cloth.
To remove the air filter, please follow the arrow direction and pull
the filter lightly, and then take out the filter for cleaning.
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INSTALLATION
PLACE FOR USE
1. Because the machine distributes hot air, please don’t place or operate in a narrow place.
2. Do not work the machine in a humid place.
3. Don’ t place the machine in a sunlit corner otherwise the unit might shut down due to the
overheat and the color of the machine may soon fade out.
HELPFUL HINTS
The unit is fitted with a special thermal cut off device.
Please ensure the unit is not placed against objects which will obstruct air intake e.g. furniture
or curtains as this will affect its performance dramatically.
Do not overextend the exhaust hose beyond it’s full extension or attach additional extensions.
EXHAUST HOSE INSTALL
1. To attach the flexible exhaust hose to the unit, rotate the hose clockwise (as shown in
figure ①) directly onto the hot-air outlet ring .
2. To remove the flexible exhaust hose from the unit, rotate the hose counter-clockwise (as
shown in figure ②) off of the hot-air outlet ring .
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INSTALLATION
WINDOW KIT INSTALL
1. Install the Flexible Exhaust Hose and the Adjustable Window Slider Kit as depicted in Fig.1 &
Fig.1a.
How to enjoy heating function?
Fig.01
Fig.02
Fig.03
Fig.04
1. For heating function: remove the exhaust hose from the unit, as shown in "Fig.01“.
2. As shown in "Fig.02“, slide the heat clip connector onto the cooling outlet side of the unit.
3. As shown in "Fig.03“, attach the exhaust hose directly onto the onto heat clip connector.
4. Rotate the hose clockwise, as shown in “Fig.04“, directly onto the heat clip ring.
5. Now turn the unit around and feed hose through window, or other opening, as shown in
“WINDOW KIT INSTALL” section above.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Error Code
Cause
Troubleshooting
E1
Electrical short on both temperature
sensor and PCB
Contact an electrician for repair
E2
Electrical short of temperature
sensor copper tube and PCB wiring
Contact an electrician for repair
E4
Indicates water tank full or poor
contact of signal plug.
User needs to pull out the rubber stopper
which is located at the bottom of the unit,
to drain the water away. Check that the plug
has been wired correctly.
SPECIFICATION
Model No.
Power Source
Cooling Capacity
Cooling Power Input
EER
Amps
Moisture Removed
Refrigerant
Dimensions
P10S
P08S
120V~60Hz
8000BTU/H
10000BTU/H
964W
1190W
8.3
8.4
9A
11A
63.4 Pints/Day
84.5 Pints/Day
R410A, 15.9 ozs (450g)
R410A, 18 ozs (510g)
11 1/3” W(288mm) x 16 6/7”D (428mm) x 25 1/5”H (640mm)
(CE) N 842/2006: R410A is a kind of fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol.
Its total global warming potential (GWP) is 1975
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with other household
wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible hazards to the environment or human
health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please recycle it to prove the sustainable reuse of
material resources. Please ask return and collection systems or contact the retailer where
the product was purchased to return your used device, they can recycle products safely.
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