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40MAQ
High Wall Ductless Split System
Sizes 09 to 36
Owner's Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
A NOTE ABOUT SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PART NAMES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
DISPLAY PANELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
REMOTE CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 − 9
NOTE TO EQUIPMENT OWNER:
Please read this Owner’s Information Manual carefully before installing and using this appliance
and keep this manual for future reference.
For your convenience, please record the model and serial numbers of your new equipment in the
spaces provided. This information, along with the installation data and dealer contact information,
will be helpful should your system require maintenance or service.
UNIT INFORMATION
DEALERSHIP CONTACT INFORMATION
Model # ___________________________________ Company Name: _________________________________
Serial # ___________________________________
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
Date Installed _____________________________
Address:_________________________________________
________________________________________________
Phone Number:__________________________________
Technician Name:_________________________________
________________________________________________
A NOTE ABOUT SAFETY
GENERAL
Any time you see this symbol
in manuals, instructions and on
the unit, be aware of the potential for personal injury. There are
three levels of precaution:
DANGER identifies the most serious hazards which will result in
severe personal injury or death.
WARNING signifies hazards that could result in personal injury or
death.
CAUTION is used to identify unsafe practices which could result
in minor personal injury or product and property damage.
NOTE is used to highlight suggestions which will result in
enhanced installation, reliability, or operation.
The high wall fan coil unit provides quiet, maximum comfort. In
addition to cooling and/or heating, the high wall fan coil unit
matched with an outdoor condensing unit filters and dehumidifies
the air in the room to provide maximum comfort.
IMPORTANT: The high wall fan coil unit should be installed by
authorized personnel only; using approved tubing and accessories.
If technical assistance, service or repair is needed, contact the
installer.
The high wall fan coil unit can be set up and operated from the
remote control (provided). If the remote is misplaced, the system
can be operated from the “Auto” setting on the unit.
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WARNING
PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH AND / OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE HAZARD
Failure to follow this warning could result in personal injury,
death or property damage.
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service,
maintenance, or use can cause explosion, fire, electrical shock,
or other conditions which may cause personal injury or
property damage. Consult a qualified installer, service agency,
or your distributor or branch for information or assistance. The
qualified installer or service agency must use
factory−authorized kits or accessories when modifying this
product.
Read and follow all instructions and warnings, including labels
shipped with or attached to unit before operating your new air
conditioner.
Operating Modes:
The high wall fan coil unit has five operating modes:
S Fan only
S Auto
S Heating (heat pump models only)
S Cooling
S Dehumidification (DRY)
Fan Only
In Fan Only mode, the system filters and circulates the room air
without changing room air temperature.
Auto
In Auto mode, the system automatically cools or heats the room
according to the user−selected set point.
Heating
In Heating mode, the system heats and filters the room air.
Cooling
In Cooling mode, the system cools, dries and filters the room air.
Dehumidification (DRY)
In Dehumidification mode, the system dries, filters and slightly
cools the room air temperature. This mode prioritizes air
dehumidification but it does not take the place of a dehumidifier.
Wireless Remote Control
The remote control transmits commands to set up and operate the
system. The control has a window display panel that displays the
current system status. The control can be secured to a surface when
used with the mounting bracket provided.
Wired Remote Control (Optional)
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PART NAMES
■ Indoor
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1. Front panel
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2. Air Inlet
3. Display
4. Air Filter
5. Horizontal airflow grille
6. Vertical air flow louver
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Fig. 1 − Indoor/Outdoor Unit
Fig. 2 − Remote Controller
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DISPLAY PANELS
SELECTED TEMPERATURE /
SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CODES indicator
DEFROST indicator
Illuminates when the coil is warming up to prevent
cold blow or when the unit goes into defrost mode.
OPERATION indicator
This indicator flashes once per second after power is
on and illuminates when the unit is in operation.
TIMER indicator
Illuminates during TIMER operation
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Fig. 3 − Display Panel
Unit Display
Mode display
Displays the current operation mode. Including
auto(
), cool(
), dry(
), heat( ) (Not
applicable to cooling only models), fan(
)
and back to auto(
).
Transmission Indicator
This transmission indicator lights when remote
controller transmits signals to the indoor unit.
ON/OFF display
Displayed by pressing the ON/OFF button.
Press the ON/OFF button again to remove.
TIMER ON display
Displayed when TIMER ON time is set.
TIMER OFF display
Displayed when TIMER OFF time is set.
Sleep Display
Displayed under sleeping operation.
Press the SLEEP button again to remove.
FOLLOW ME Display(on some models)
Displayed when FOLLOW ME function is activated.
Temp./Timer display
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Displays the temperature setting(62 F~86
F).
When
you set the operating mode to FAN, no temperature
setting is displayed. And ifin the TIMER mode, shows
the ON and OFF settings of the TIMER.
Fan speed display
Displays the selected fan speed, AUTO(no display)
and three fan speed levels "
" (LOW) "
"
(MED) "
" (HIGH) can be indicated.
The fan speed is AUTO when the operating mode is
either AUTO or DRY.
Note:
All indicators shown in the figure are for the purpose
of clear presentation. But during the actual operation
only the relative functional signs are shown on the
display window.
Fig. 4 − Unit Display
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Fig. 5 − Remote Control
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CAUTION
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD
Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment
damage.
Handle the control with care and avoid getting the control
wet.
IMPORTANT: The remote control can operate the unit from a
distance of up to 25 ft. (7.6 m) as long as there are no obstructions.
When the timer function is used, the remote control should be kept
in the vicinity of the fan coil (within 25 ft. / 7.6 m).
The remote control can perform the following basic functions:
S Turn the system ON and OFF
S Select operating mode
S Adjust room air temperature set point and fan speed
S Adjust airflow direction
Refer to the Remote Control Function section for a detailed
description of all the capabilities of the remote control.
Battery Installation
Two AAA 1.5 v alkaline batteries (included) are required for
operation of the remote control.
To install or replace batteries:
1. Slide the back cover off the control to open the battery
compartment.
2. Insert batteries. Follow the polarity markings inside the
battery compartment.
3. Replace the battery compartment cover.
NOTE:
1. When replacing batteries, do not use old batteries or a
different type battery. This may cause the remote control to
malfunction.
2. If the remote is not going to be used for several weeks,
remove the batteries. Otherwise battery leakage may
damage the remote control.
3. The average battery life under normal use is about 6
months.
4. Replace the batteries when there is no audible beep from the
indoor unit or if the Transmission Indicator fails to light.
5. When batteries are removed, the remote control erases all
programmed settings. The control must be reprogrammed
after insertion of new batteries.
Remote Control Operation − Quick Start
NOTE: When transmitting a command from the remote control to
the unit, be sure to point the control toward the right side of the
unit. The unit confirms receipt of a command by sounding an
audible beep.
1. Turn the unit on by pushing the ON/OFF button.
2. If there is a preference for _C rather than _F (default), press
and hold the increase
and decrease
temperature set
point buttons together for approximately 3 seconds.
3. Select the desired mode by pushing the mode button.
AUTO
COOL
DRY
HEAT
FAN
Fig. 6 − Modes
4. Select the temperature set point by pointing the control
toward the unit and pressing the increase/decrease
temperature set point buttons until the desired temperature
appears on screen.
5. Select the desired fan speed by pressing the FAN button.
NOTE: If the unit is operating in DRY or AUTO mode, the fan
speed will be automatically set.
6. Set the airflow direction. When the unit is turned on, the
louvers default to the cooling or heating position. The user
can adjust the horizontal louver position by pushing the
DIRECT button or have continuous louver movement by
pressing the SWING button.
Manual Operation
If the remote control is lost, damaged, or the batteries are
exhausted, the MANUAL button can be used to run the unit.
When the MANUAL button is pressed once, the AUTO mode
takes affect (heat or cool). When this button is pressed twice, the
system enters the TEST mode and runs for 30 minutes in the
COOLING mode (it will run in the AUTO mode afterward).
When pressed three times, the system turns OFF.
Manual Button
AUTO/COOL
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Fig. 7 − Manual Button
The set conditions of manual operation are as follows:
S Preset set point: 76_F (24_C)
S Fan speed: AUTO
S Discharge air direction: Pre−set position based on operation in
“Cool”or “Heat” mode.
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REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
Pressing the On/Off Button
When the air conditioner is not in operation, the remote control
displays the last set point and mode.
S Press the On/Off button to start the unit.
− The unit starts in the last operating mode and set
point. The ON/OFF indicator appears.
S Press the button On/Off to stop the unit.
− All the indicator lights on the unit go out, and the remote
control displays the set point and mode.
NOTE: If the On/Off button is pressed too soon after a stop, the
compressor will not start for 3 to 4 minutes due to the inherent
protection against frequent compressor cycling. The unit only
emits an audible beep when the signals are received correctly.
Selecting an Operating Mode
Use the Operating Mode button to select one of the available
modes.
The horizontal louvers (Vertical Swing) can be adjusted by
pressing the DIRECT button in the remote control and can be set
to be stationary or moving continuously pressing the SWING
button. The horizontal louver position is stored in the settings,
however it is deactivated when the TURBO or MANUAL settings
are set, or when a power interruption takes place.
Air Direction
Press the DIRECT button repeatedly to choose one of the louver
positions. Every time this button is pushed, the specific louver
swings by 6 degrees.
In the Cooling, Dehumidification, and Fan Only modes, the louver
swings in the cooling range. In the Heating mode, the louver
swings in the heating range.
NOTE: Always use the remote control to adjust the horizontal
louver position, otherwise abnormal operation may occur. If the
horizontal louver is manually adjusted out of its range, power the
unit off and then back on again.
Auto Swing
For automatic horizontal louver swing, push the SWING button.
Selecting Vertical Direction of the Louver
The vertical louvers can be adjusted manually to direct the airflow
to achieve optimal comfort in the space.
Fig. 8 − Display
Setting the Room Temperature Set Point
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Press the increase temperature set point and decrease buttons
to raise or lower the temperature.
The unit confirms the signal receipt with a beep and the value of
the set temperature appears on the display and changes
accordingly. The temperature can be set between 62_F (17_C) and
86_F (30_C) in increments of 1_F or 1_C.
NOTE: In the Cooling mode, if the temperature selected is higher
than the room temperature, the unit will not start. The same applies
for the Heating mode if the selected temperature is lower than the
room temperature.
Selecting the Fan Speed
AUTO
LOW
MED
Timer Function
Fig. 11 − Louver
TIMER ON (to start the unit) and TIMER OFF (to stop the unit)
can be used separately or together.
Timer ON only
This function allows the unit to start automatically at the set time.
The TIMER ON can be set while the unit is on or off.
UNIT ON
a. Press the TIMER ON
button to initiate the auto-on time
sequence. The set time is displayed in the remote control
display. Every time the TIMER ON button is pressed, the
time increases by 30 minutes, up to 10 h. It increases by 60
minutes, afterwards, until the time setting reaches 24 h.
HIGH
b. When the TIMER ON is set, the TIMER light on unit
illuminates. The unit continues to run at the set time.
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Fig. 9 − Fan Speeds
The fan speed can be selected by pressing the FAN button.
NOTE: When the unit is on, the fan runs continuously in cooling
or heating. When in heating, there might be situations where the
fan will slow down or shut off to prevent cold blow.
UNIT OFF
a. Set the timer described in the UNIT ON section.
Selecting the Horizontal Direction Louver Position
Adjust the TIMER ON settings to 0.0 to cancel this option.
To optimize comfort, the horizontal louver operates in a preset
range as shown in the figure below.
Timer OFF only
b. The unit starts at the set time.
This function allows the unit to stop automatically at the set time.
The timer can be set while the unit is on or while it is off.
UNIT ON
a. Press the TIMER OFF
button to initiate the auto−off time
sequence. The set time appears on the remote control display.
Every time the TIMER OFF button is pressed, the time
increases by 30 minutes, up to 10 h. It increases by 60
minutes, afterwards, until the time settings reach 24 h.
COOLING
HEATING
b. When the TIMER OFF is set, the timer light on the unit
illuminates and the unit turns off automatically at the set time.
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Fig. 10 − Louver Position
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UNIT OFF
a. Set the TIMER off as described in the UNIT ON section.
The TIMER display on the unit illuminates and the unit
remains off.
b. Adjust the TIMER ON settings to 0.0 to cancel this option.
Timer ON and Timer OFF
Use both functions to program the unit to turn on and shut off at
specified times.
UNIT OFF
a. Set TIMER ON as previously described.
b. Set TIMER OFF as previously described. The unit starts
automatically at the set TIME ON and turns off at the set
TIME OFF.
UNIT ON
a. Set TIME OFF as previously described.
b. Set TIME ON as previously described. The unit turns off
automatically at the set TIME OFF and turns on at the set
TIME ON.
Sleep Mode
SLEEP mode is used to conserve energy and can be used when the
unit is in the COOL, HEAT or AUTO mode only.
Cool Mode
a. Push the SLEEP button. After 1 hour the set point raises by
1.8_F (1_C). After another hour, the set point raises by
another 1.8_F (1_C) and the fan runs in a low speed. The
unit shuts off 5 hours after setting the SLEEP mode. The
SLEEP mode cancels if either the “Mode”, “TEMP”, “Fan”,
“Timer”, or “On/Off” buttons on the remote control is
pressed.
Heat Mode
Same as cooling mode however set points are lowered by 1.8_F
(1_C).
Turbo Mode
Use the TURBO mode to cool or heat the room rapidly.
a. Press the TURBO button. An audible “beep” is heard if the
indoor unit supports this function. The fan runs on super high
speed. The TURBO mode terminates automatically 20
minutes after pushing the Turbo mode button. It can be
terminated immediately by selecting the Turbo mode again.
When the Turbo mode is terminated, the unit reverts to the
original setting.
Self Clean Mode
Press the “Self Clean” button to activate or deactivate the
self−cleaning function. Under this function, the air conditioner
automatically cleans and dries the evaporator. The cleaning cycle
takes 30 minutes, after which the unit turns off automatically.
Pressing the SLC button on the middle of the cycle cancels the
operation and turn off the unit. This function can be activated only
on COOL or DRY mode.
Follow Me Mode
Press the “Follow Me” button to activate or deactivate this
function. Under this setting, the temperature that appears in the
remote control is the actual temperature at its location. The remote
control sends this signal to the air conditioner every 3 minutes.
This function is not available for DRY and FAN modes.
Freeze Protection Mode
Press the “FP” button for approximately 2 seconds to activate or
deactivate the freeze protection mode (heating set back). The
indoor unit displays “FP”.
NOTE: This function is only available in the heating mode.
Under this function, the unit operates at high fan speed and the coil
temperature automatically sets to 46_F (8_C). This mode can also
be deactivated by pressing the “On/Off”, “Sleep”, “Mode”, “Fan”,
or either “TEMP” buttons.
Silence Mode
Press the SLC button to activate of deactivate the Silence Mode.
Under this function, the compressor operates at low frequency and the
indoor unit produces a faint breeze, which reduces the noise to the
lowest level. Due to low the frequency operation of the compressor,
it may result in insufficient cooling and heating capacity.
LED Light
Press the LED button to turn the display light on and off.
Resetting the Remote Control
If the batteries in the remote control are removed, the current settings
will be cancelled and the control returns to the initial settings and will
be in standby mode. Push the ON/OFF button to activate it.
Time Delay
If the On/Off button is pressed too soon after a stop, the
compressor will not start for 3 to 4 minutes due to the inherent
protection against frequent compressor cycling. The unit only
emits an audible beep when the signals are received correctly.
Heating Features
If the unit is in the heating mode, there is a delay when the fan
starts. The fan starts only after the coil is warmed up to prevent
cold blow.
Auto Defrost Operation
In heating mode, if the outdoor coil is frosted, the indoor fan and
outdoor fan turns off while the system removes the frost on the
outdoor coil. The system automatically reverts to normal operation
when frost is removed from the outdoor unit.
Auto Start
If the power fails while the unit is operating, the unit stores the
operating condition, and it will start operation automatically under
those conditions when the power is restored.
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CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
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CAUTION
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Failure to follow this caution may result in personal injury
or death.
Always turn off power to the system before performing any
cleaning or maintenance to the system. Turn off the outdoor
disconnect switch located near outdoor unit. Be sure to
disconnect indoor unit if on a separate switch
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CAUTION
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE/OPERATION HAZARD
Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment
damage or improper unit operation.
Operating the system with dirty air filters may damage the
indoor unit and could cause reduced cooling performance,
intermittent system operation, frost build−up on indoor coil
or blown fuses.
Periodic Maintenance
Periodic maintenance is recommended to ensure proper operation
of the unit. Recommended maintenance intervals may vary
depending on the installation environment, e.g., dusty zones, etc.
Refer to Table 1.
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CAUTION
CUT HAZARD
Failure to follow this caution may result in personal injury.
The coil fins are very sharp. Use caution when cleaning.
Always wear safety protection.
Cleaning the Coil
Clean the coil at the beginning of each cooling season, or when
necessary. Use a vacuum cleaner or a long−bristle brush to avoid
damage to the coil fins.
Air Filters
Remove and clean the air filters once a month.
NOTE: If air filters show signs of excessive wear or are torn, they
must be replaced. Contact your local dealer for replacement filters.
1. Open front panel on unit.
2. Pull filters down to remove.
3. Vacuum filters.
4. Clean with warm water.
5. Shake filter to remove excess water and dry thoroughly.
6. Replace filter by sliding into rack until filter snaps in place.
7. Close front panel on unit.
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Indoor Unit Front Panel
To clean the front panel on the indoor unit, wipe the outside with
a soft, dry cloth.
Preparing for Extended Shutdown Period
Clean the filters and reposition them in the unit. Operate the unit
in Fan only mode for 12 hours to dry all internal parts.
Turn main power supply off and remove batteries from the remote
control.
System Operation Recommendations
The items outlined in the following list help to assure proper
system operation:
S Replace both remote control batteries at the same time.
S Point the remote control toward the unit display panel when
transmitting a command.
S Keep doors and windows closed while unit is operating.
S Contact an authorized service representative if a problem arises
that cannot be easily resolved.
S Do not perform cleaning or maintenance activities while the
unit is on.
S Keep the display panel on the unit away from direct sunlight
and heat as this may interfere with remote control
transmissions.
S Do not block air intakes and outlets on the indoor or outdoor
units.
Energy Saving Recommendations
The following recommendations will add greater efficiency to the
ductless system:
S Select a comfortable thermostat setting and leave it at chosen
setting. Avoid continually raising and lowering the setting.
S Keep the filter clean. Frequent cleaning may be necessary
depending on indoor air quality.
S Use drapes, curtains or shades to keep direct sunlight from
heating the room on very hot days.
S Limit the unit’s run time by using the TIMER function.
S Do not obstruct the air intake on the front panel.
S Turn on the air conditioning unit before the indoor air becomes
too uncomfortable.
Troubleshooting
Refer to Table 2 before contacting your local dealer.
CAUTION
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD
Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment
damage.
When cleaning the front panel, do not use water hotter than
105_F (40.6_C) and do not pour water onto the fan coil. Do
not use abrasive or petroleum based cleaners as they may
damage the front panel.
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Table 1—Periodic Maintenance
INDOOR UNIT
Clean Air Filter*
Replace Carbon Filter
Change Remote Control Batteries
OUTDOOR UNIT
Clean Outdoor Coil from Outside
Clean Outdoor Coil from Inside†
Blow Air Over Electric Parts†
Check Electric Connection Tightening†
Clean Fan Wheel†
Check Fan Tightening†
Clean Drain Pans†
EVERY MONTH
S
EVERY 6 MONTHS
S
EVERY YEAR
S
S
EVERY MONTH
EVERY 6 MONTHS
EVERY YEAR
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
* Increase frequency in dusty zones.
{ Maintenance to be carried out by qualified service personnel. Refer to the Installation Manual
Table 2—Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Unit/System Does Not Work
Cooling is Not Working
Properly
Heating is Not Working
Properly
Unit Stops During Operation
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The circuit breaker has tripped or a fuse
has blown.
Power failure.
Diagnostic lights illuminate.*
Voltage is too low.
The filter is blocked with dust.
Temperature is not set properly.
A window or door is open.
The outdoor unit is obstructed.
The fan speed is too low.
The operation mode is in Fan instead of
Cool.
The filter is blocked with dust.
Temperature is set too low.
A window or door is open.
The outdoor unit is obstructed.
The Off timer is not operating correctly.
Diagnostic lights illuminate.*
SOLUTION
• Reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse with
the specified replacement fuse.
• Restart operation when the power is restored.
• Call your service representative.
• Call your service representative.
• Clean the air filter.
• Check the temperature and reset if necessary.
• Close the window or door.
• Remove the obstruction.
• Change the fan speed selection.
• Change the operating mode to Cool or reset the
unit.
• Clean the air filter.
• Check the temperature and reset if necessary.
• Close the window or door.
• Remove the obstruction.
• Restart the operating mode.
• Call your service representative.
* Diagnostic lights are a combination of lights that will illuminate in the display area on the unit. They are a combination of the lights you see during normal
operation.
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Copyright 2016 Carrier Corporation S 7310 W. Morris St. S Indianapolis, IN 46231
Edition Date: 01/16
Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations.
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Catalog No: OM-40MA-04
Replaces: OM38-40MA-03
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