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HIGH-WALL DUCTLESS
AIR CONDITIONING &
HEATING SYSTEM
OWNER'S MANUAL
Models:
RIO09HP115V1A
RIO12HP115V1A
RIO09HP230V1B
RIO12HP230V1B
RIO18HP230V1A
RIO24HP230V1A
Thank you for choosing a
rio High-Wall Ductless
Air Conditioning & Heating System!
You can feel confident in your selection because the same pride in
craftsmanship and engineering knowledge that goes into millions
of other Gree installed products worldwide has gone into your unit.
Please read this owner’s manual carefully before operation
and retain it for future reference.
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Safety Precautions
Part Names
Operation of Wireless Remote Controller
System Functions
Cleaning and Caring for Your Unit
Troubleshooting
System Operations/Energy Saving Tips
Warranty
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read the following before operation.
Recognize safety information.
This is the safety-alert symbol. When you see this
symbol on the unit and in instructions or manuals, be alert to the potential for personal
injury. Understand these signal words: DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION. These
words are used with the safety-alert symbol.
DANGER identifies the most serious hazards which will result in severe personal injury
or death.
WARNING signifies hazards which could result in personal injury or death.
CAUTION is used to identify unsafe practices which may 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.
NOTE: Your actual air conditioning & heating system and related devices may differ
from the images shown in this manual.
This appliance is not intended for use by children without responsible adult supervision.
Proper care should be taken to ensure safety.
WARNING
Heat pumps, air conditioners & heating equipment should be installed, started up, and
serviced only by qualified installers and service technicians. Air conditioning, heat pumps
and refrigeration systems are hazardous due to high voltage electrical components, high
refrigerant pressures, and moving parts.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read the following before operation.
WARNING
• Disconnect electrical power to the rio system before performing any maintenance
or cleaning.
• Do not attempt to repair the rio system yourself. Incorrect repairs may cause
electric shock or fire. Contact a qualified service technician for all service requirements.
• Do not splice the power cord or use an extension cord. Overheating can occur,
causing a fire hazard.
• Keep combustible materials away from the unit.
CAUTION
• Do not put hands or any objects into the air inlets or outlets. This may cause personal
injury or damage the unit.
• When cleaning, be careful not to splash water on the unit. Doing this may cause
electric shock or damage to unit.
Icons Displayed
: COOL
: DRY
: HEAT
: POWER
: SET TEMP
Front Panel Display
The front panel on the rio indoor unit contains system status lights and an easy-to-read LED
display.
NOTE: The indoor unit display panel can be turned ON or OFF via the LIGHT button
on the remote controller. See "LIGHT" button description for more detail.
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PART NAMES
Indoor unit
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Part Name
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Remote Controller
Front Panel
Air Filter
Horizontal Louver
Wall Hole Sleeve
Insulation
Refrigerant Pipes
Drain Hose
Outdoor unit
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7
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
REMOTE CONTROLLER OPERATIONS
The rio universal wireless remote controller is sleek, versatile and allows you to change
room temperatures and functions on unit from the palm of your hand. The large LCD
display and buttons make it easy-to-understand and easy-to-use.
The remote controller may be used for several rio units. It can operate the unit from a distance
of up to 25 ft. (7.6 m) as long as there are no obstructions. This is one-way communication only
(from remote controller to indoor unit.)
The remote controller is set from factory to display temperatures in°F. If °C is desired, turn
the remote OFF and then press “MODE“ and “––” buttons on the remote simultaneously.
NOTE: Not every unit has each of the functions described below. If your unit does
not come equipped with a certain function, the button will be inactive.
ON/OFF Button
• Pressing this button will turn the unit on and off. Using the
ON/OFF function will cancel TIMER and SLEEP functions,
but preset times will not be affected.
MODE Button
• Pressing this button will present the AUTO, COOL, DRY,
FAN and HEAT mode options which can then be selected.
AUTO mode is the default mode. When the indoor unit
first powers on under this mode, the temperature will not
be displayed.
: AUTO
: COOL
: DRY
: FAN ONLY
: HEAT
Icons Displayed
FAN Button
• Pressing this button will present the AUTO, LOW, MEDIUM, and HIGH speed options
which can then be selected. • Low
• Medium
• High
WARNING
NOTE: When the indoor unit first powers on, the AUTO fan speed is the default mode.
In DRY MODE, the fan will automatically run at low speed.
CAUTION
CAUTION
WARNING
• Do not drop or throw remote controller.
• Protect remote controller from water
• Keep remote controller away from direct sunlight or high heat.
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
Signal Transmitter
ON/OFF Button
MODE Button
FAN Button
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
REMOTE CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS
LIGHT Button
• Press the LIGHT button to turn On or Off the display on the indoor unit front
panel. When the indoor unit first powers on, the front panel display will default
to ON. The LIGHT
icon will display when the front panel display is ON.
TURBO Button
• Press the TURBO button to reach the desired room temperature faster. After
selecting the“HEAT”or“COOL” mode button, push the“TURBO” button.
This will force the unit to run at ultra high speed. When TURBO mode is running,
the TURBO
icon is displayed on the remote controller.
X-FAN Button
• Press the X-FAN button to allow the indoor fan to run for 10 minutes after the
unit is turned off (cooling or dry modes only) to ensure that additional moisture
is removed from coil. X-FAN
icon will be displayed on remote controller.
+ Button
• Press the + button to raise the room setpoint. Press once for slow adjustment
and hold down for fast adjustment.
– Button
• Press the – button to lower the room setpoint. Press once for slow adjustment
and hold down for fast adjustment.
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
– Button
+ Button
X-FAN Button
TURBO Button
LIGHT Button
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
TIMER Button
• Press the TIMER button to activate TIMER mode and the HOUR ON/OFF icon will
begin blinking. Pressing + or - button changes time setting from 0.5 to 24 hours.
Press TIMER button to confirm settings.
TEMP Button
• Press this button to select either Room Setpoint, Room Temperature or Outdoor
Temperature on the indoor unit front panel display. The front panel display will always
revert to room setpoint after 5 seconds. When the indoor unit first powers on it will
display the room setpoint setting. Look for the “thermometer” icon to appear inside
or outside the ”house” icon on the remote controller display, indicating whether the
front panel is displaying room setpoint, indoor or outdoor temperatures.
SLEEP Button
• Press the SLEEP button to activate SLEEP function and select one of three comfortable
SLEEP modes. The SLEEP
icon will be displayed.
VERTICAL SWING LOUVER
• Press the
button to adjust the direction of airflow in the room. By moving the
louvers up or down, you can control the air for maximum comfort.
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
VERTICAL SWING
LOUVER Button
TIMER ON/OFF
Button
TEMP Button
SLEEP Button
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
The wireless remote controller is the interface between the user and the rio system.
Commands are entered by the user to control the system. Any command that has been
entered with the remote controller will remain in memory until it is changed by the user
or the batteries are replaced.
When entering commands, point the remote controller in the direction of the LED display
on the front panel. The
indicator will appear for a short period of time on the remote
controller when the command is entered. The unit will emit an audible beep when the
signals are received correctly.
ON/OFF BUTTON
When the system is in OFF mode, the remote controller will
display the time and last room setpoint. When you press the
ON/OFF button, the unit will start in the last operating mode
and room setpoint.
NOTE: If the ON/OFF button is pressed too soon after a
stop, the compressor will not start for 3 minutes due to the
inherent protection against frequent compressor cycling.
ON Mode Display
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PRIVACY LOCK MODE
The Privacy Lock prevents unauthorized access to the unit
controls and prevents tampering with system settings. The
remote controller can be locked by pushing the "+" and "-"
buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds. The Privacy Lock icon
will be displayed on the remote controller. Repeat the
process to unlock the remote controller.
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Privacy Lock Display
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
MODE BUTTON
Use the “MODE” button to select one of the available modes.
The selected mode will be displayed on the remote controller
and the appropriate light will illuminate on the display panel.
AUTO – Unit will automatically select heating or cooling to
maintain room temperature between 68°F and 77°F.
The remote controller will display the Auto Mode icon with
no setpoint. The front panel display will show "77."
: AUTO
: COOL
: DRY
: FAN ONLY
: HEAT
Icons Displayed
COOL – To cool to selected setpoint and remove moisture.
System varies compressor speed to maintain desired temperature.
HEAT – To heat to selected room setpoint. System varies compressor speed to maintain
desired room temperature.
FAN ONLY – To circulate air without heating or cooling. Use Fan Speed button to select
speed from low to high.
DRY – Select DRY MODE to increase moisture removal during warm humid conditions.
1. Room Temperature > Setpoint +4°F, the system will be operating in cooling
mode with low fan speed.
2. Setpoint -4°F, < Room Temperature < Setpoint +4°F, the system will cycle
6 minutes ON and 4 minutes OFF in cooling mode. The indoor fan will be at
low speed.
3. Room Temperature < Setpoint -4°F, the system will be OFF and the indoor fan
will be at low speed.
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
VERTICAL SWING LOUVERS
• Press the Vertical Swing Louver button to select five
different vertical (up & down) air discharge directions
including Continuous Sweep. The Vertical Swing Louver
icon will be displayed. Press this button to set
swing angle, which circularly changes as below:
0
1
2
3
4
Swing Louver Display
OFF
8
7
6
5
Indicates louver swings back and forth in the five
places, as shown in the figure.
X-FAN MODE
When operating in humid areas, rio has a DRY COIL function
called X-Fan that will allow the indoor fan to run for a pre-determined
amount of time after the unit is turned off (cooling or dry modes)
to ensure that additional moisture is removed from coil. Push the
“X-FAN” button to enable this feature. The X-FAN
icon will
be displayed on remote controller. To deactivate this feature, push
the “X-FAN” button again.
X-Fan Mode Display
TIMER MODE
The Rio can be programmed to automatically turn ON or OFF after
a selected time period. Press TIMER button to activate the TIMER
mode. In TIMER mode the HOUR ON/OFF icon will begin blinking.
Press + or - button to select a time setting from 0.5 to 24 hours. Press
once for slow adjustment and hold down for fast adjustment. Press
TIMER button to confirm settings and HOUR ON/OFF icon will stop
blinking. The unit will turn ON or OFF after the selected time period.
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
TURBO MODE
The desired setpoint, either in heating or cooling, can be achieved
faster if TURBO mode is used. After selecting the “HEAT” or
“COOL” mode button, push the “TURBO” button. The TURBO
icon will be displayed on the remote controller and the unit
will run at ultra high speed fan. To deactivate the feature, push the
“TURBO” button again. The unit will return to normal operation.
SLEEP MODE
The rio will automatically adjust room temperature during
your sleep time. This slight change in temperature will not affect
your comfort level due to the natural effects that sleeping has on
the body, but it will save on energy consumption and will lower
your electric bill. Press the SLEEP button to select Sleep Mode.
The SLEEP icon will appear.
Turbo Mode Display
In Cool or Dry modes:
The unit will run at current room setpoint for 1 hour.
After 1 hour, the setpoint will increase by 2° F.
After 2 hours, the setpoint will increase by 4° F and
maintain this setpoint until Sleep Mode is cancelled.
In Heat mode:
The unit will run at current room setpoint for 1 hour.
After 1 hour, the setpoint will decrease by 2° F.
After 2 hours, the setpoint will decrease by 4° F and
maintain this setpoint until Sleep Mode is cancelled.
Sleep Mode Display
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OPERATION OF WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
CHANGING BATTERIES AND ADDITIONAL NOTES
To change batteries, slide cover off battery compartment on back of remote controller. Remove
and safely discard old batteries. Insert two new AAA 1.5V dry batteries, using correct polarity.
Reattach back cover.
NOTE:
• If the remote controller will not be used for a long time, remove batteries to prevent
leakage damage.
• Be sure to aim the remote controller at the receiver of the main unit when operating.
• When remote emits a signal, icon will flicker; a tone will be heard when unit receives
that signal.
CHANGING BATTERIES
Remove
old batteries
Install
new batteries
EMERGENCY OPERATION
Use the Manual Override button to manual operate the unit if the remote controller is lost or
damaged. Lift up the front panel section on the indoor unit and locate the Manual Override button
on the right hand side. Press the Manual Override button to turn ON the unit. The unit will operate
in AUTO mode and will automatically select heating or cooling to maintain room temperature
between 64°F and 77°F. The indoor fan will operate in auto fan mode. Press the Manual Override
button to cancel Manual Override Mode and transfer control back to the remote controller.
Manual
Switch
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SYSTEM FUNCTIONS
TIME GUARD
The rio System is equipped with many system safeties to provide safe, reliable operation and
comfort. The Time Guard function prevents rapid cycling of the compressor. The system has a
protective 3-minute time delay to restart the compressor after it has turned off.
INTELLIGENT DEFROST
The rio Intelligent Defrost function increases room comfort and saves energy by eliminating
unnecessary defrost cycles. In heating mode, the unit will monitor the outdoor coil for frost build
up. Once frost buildup has been detected, the system will switch into a defrost mode to remove
the frost. In defrost mode the front panel LED display will show "H1" and the indoor fan and
outdoor fan will turn off while the the system removes frost from the outdoor coil. Once the frost
has been removed, the front panel LED display show room setpoint and system will revert back
to normal heating operation.
POWER FAILURE MODE
Power interruptions are no problem for the rio system. User selections and system parameters
are stored in non-volatile memory. These parameters are retained during a power failure. When
power is returned, the rio system will automatically return to the last operating mode.
COLD BLOW PROTECTION
The rio system guards against the annoying COLD BLOW in heating mode. The system
constantly monitors the discharge air temperature. It will delay the indoor fan until the indoor
coil has warmed up to prevent blowing uncomfortable cool air into the room.
POLYMERIC AIR FILTER
The polymeric mesh filters save energy by preventing the indoor coils from being plugged with
dirt and lint. This economical and sturdy filter may be washed, vacuumed and reused.
Optional Function:
PHOTOCATALYTIC FILTER
Photocatalytic Air Filter is a second stage filter that oxidizes and effectively eradicates organic
contaminants in the air. This high-tech filter uses natural ultraviolet light with a titanium dioxide
catalyst to effectively eliminate 99.9% of bacteria and viruses and absorb odors for cleaner,
healthier indoor air.
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CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION
WARNING
• Turn off power and disconnect unit from power source before cleaning. Failure to do so
could cause electric shock.
• Never spray water on either indoor or outdoor unit. This could cause damage or unit failure.
• Never use abrasive cleaners on indoor or outdoor unit. Use only slightly damp, clean,
soft cloth or very mild cleansers.
CLEANING THE FRONT PANEL
1. To remove front panel for cleaning, lift up and pull out.
2. Wash the panel with water, a soft cloth or soft brush. Use only very mild cleaners.
Then dry completely.
NOTE: Take down the display panel before cleaning. Never use water above 113°F (45°C)
because it may cause discoloration or damage to surface.
3. Replace front panel. Fit the sides of the panel into the slots and push into place.
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CARE AND CLEANING
CLEANING THE PRIMARY AIR FILTER
Cleaning is recommended every three months.
NOTE: If the indoor unit is exposed to excessive dust, cleaning may be necessary more often.
Use caution when removing the filter to avoid sharp metal extensions.
1. Remove air filter by tilting up the unit cover and pulling filter free.
2. Clean air filter using a vacuum or warm water and mild cleaner. Air dry filter in the shade.
Never use fire to clean stains or debris on filter.
3. Reinsert the filter being, careful to align
properly, then close unit.
CLEANING OPTIONAL PHOTOCATALYTIC FILTER
Clean every 2 weeks for the best results.
1. Remove photocatalytic filter from front face of primary air filter.
2. Clean lint and dust from air filter using vacuum.
NOTE: Do not get photocatalytic filter wet.
3. Place photocatalytic filter in direct sunlight for 60 minutes to energize catalyst.
4. Re-install the photocatalytic air filter on the unit by inserting it back on the primary air filter.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING
CAUTION
WARNING
WARNING
Do not attempt any repairs on the unit yourself. Incorrect repair can cause shock or fire.
Always call a qualified service professional. Using these troubleshooting suggestions can
save time when you contact the qualified service professional.
PROBLEM
CAUSE/SOLUTION
System does not restart.
Cause:
Solution:
Indoor unit emits unpleasant
odor when started.
Cause:
Solution:
You hear a “water flowing”
sound.
Cause:
Solution:
A thin fog or vapor coming
out of the indoor unit when
system is running.
You hear a slight cracking
sound when the system
stops or starts.
Cause:
Solution:
Cause:
Solution:
The system has a built-in three-minute delay to prevent short and/or rapid cycling
of the compressor.
Wait three minutes for the protection delay to expire.
Typically unpleasant odors are the result of mold or mildew forming on the coil
surfaces or air filter.
Wash indoor air filter in warm water with mild cleaner. If odors persist, contact
a qualified service professional to clean the coil surfaces.
It is normal for the system to make “water flowing” or “gurgling” sounds from
refrigerant pressures equalizing when the compressor starts and stops.
The noises should discontinue as the refrigerant system equalizes after two or
three minutes.
It is normal for the system to emit a slight fog or water vapor when cooling
extremely humid warm air.
The fog or water vapor will disappear as the system cools and
dehumidifies the room space.
It is normal for the system to make “slight cracking” sounds from parts expanding
and contracting during system starts and stops.
The noises should discontinue as temperature equalizes after two or three minutes.
The system will not run.
Cause:
Solution:
There are a number of situations that will prevent the system from running.
Check for the following:
• Circuit breaker is “tripped” or “turned off.”
• Power button of remote is not turned on.
• Batteries in the remote controller are low.
• Remote controller is in sleep mode or timer mode.
• Otherwise, you should contact a qualified service professional for assistance.
Heating or cooling
not running efficiently.
Cause:
Solution:
With routine maintenance, your system is designed for years of peak efficiency.
Check the following:
• Remove obstructions blocking airflow into the room.
• Clean dirty or blocked indoor air filter that is restricting airflow into the system.
• Seal outdoor air leaks in the room space from door or windows.
• Relocate (if possible) other heating sources in the room space.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
CAUSE/SOLUTION
Wireless remote controller
lost or does not work.
Cause:
Solution:
There are a number of possible reasons.
Check the following:
• The batteries might be low. Change the batteries.
• The remote controller must be within 25 ft. (7.6 m) with no obstructions of the
indoor unit. If remote controller is lost or damaged and needs to be replaced,
contact your qualified service professional for assistance. In the meantime,
use the manual override mode to operate the system.
Water leaking from
indoor unit into the room.
Cause:
While it is normal for the system to generate condensate water in cooling mode,
it is designed to drain this water to the outdoors via a condensate drain tube.
If water is leaking into the room, it may indicate one of the following.
• The indoor unit is not level right to left. Level indoor unit.
• The condensate drain tube is restricted or plugged. All restrictions must be
removed to allow continuous gravity force drainage.
• If problem persists, contact a qualified service professional for assistance.
Solution:
Water leakage in
outdoor unit.
Cause:
Solution:
The unit will not deliver air.
Cause:
Solution:
It is normal for outdoor unit to generate condensate water in reverse cycle
heating mode and defrost.
This is normal. No action is required.
There are a number of system functions that will prevent the indoor fan from running.
Check for the following:
• In heating mode, the indoor fan may not start for three minutes if the room
temperature is very low to prevent blowing cold air.
• In heat mode, if the outdoor temperature is low and humidity is high, the system
may need to defrost for up to 12 minutes before beginning a heating cycle.
• In dry mode, the indoor fan may stop for up to three minutes during the
compressor off delay.
• Otherwise, you should contact a qualified service professional for assistance.
WARNING
Moisture or condensation
on the discharge
air louvers or outlet vents.
Cause:
Solution:
It is normal for the system to develop condensation or moisture on the
discharge air louvers when cooling warm humid air for a long period of time.
The condensation or moisture will disappear as the system cools and
dehumidifies the room space.
CAUTION
CAUTION
WARNING
Stop operation and call for service in the following circumstances:
• You hear a harsh or unusual sound during operation • Water is leaking in the room
• Unusually foul odor is emitted during operation
• Liquid is spilled into unit
• Circuit breaker trips frequently, or unit stops
• You notice a burning smell or
abnormally often
see smoke
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SYSTEM OPERATION
COOLING OPERATION
How it works:
In cooling mode, your rio indoor unit will absorb heat from the room, then the
rio outdoor unit will discharge the heat to the outdoors. The rio cooling capacity
decreases as the outdoor temperature increases. This causes the rio to work harder
and longer to hold the selected room temperature. Your rio unit will operate in
cooling down to 41°F (5°C)
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 rio 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 rio outdoor unit will absorb heat from the outdoor ambient,
then the rio indoor unit will discharge the heat to the room. The rio heating
capacity decreases as the outdoor temperature decreases. Your rio unit will heat
down to 5°F (-15°C).
During extreme cold outdoor temperatures, you may need an additional heating source
to supplement the rio 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 rio’s heating capacity.
If the rio 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 rio 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. Try 75 degrees: 75°F is a good point for an air conditioner to run at its optimal
performance level. Even a 5-degree change in temperature can make your unit use
up to 40% more energy!
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. 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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GREE ELECTRIC APPLIANCES, INC.
www.greecomfort.com
LIMITED WARRANTY
GREE 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.
• Seven (7) years on compressor and Five (5) years on all parts to the original registered end‐user.
• One (1) year warranty on remote controller unit.
• Proper installation – Limited warranty applies only to systems that are installed by a state certified or licensed HVAC contractor, under applicable local and
state law in accordance with all applicable building codes and permits; GREE 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:
1. Labor or other costs incurred for diagnosing, repairing, removing, installing, shipping, servicing or handling of either defective parts, or replacement parts,
or new units.
2. Normal maintenance as outlined in the installation and servicing instructions or Owner’s Manual, including filter cleaning and/or replacement and lubrication.
3. Failure, damage or repairs due to faulty installation, misapplication, abuse, improper servicing, unauthorized alteration or improper operation.
4. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers, or damages due to the inadequacy or interruption of electrical service.
5. Failure or damage due to floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive environments (rust, etc.) or other conditions beyond the control of the Company.
6. Parts not supplied or designated by Company, or damages resulting from their use.
7. Products installed outside USA and Canada.
8. Electricity or fuel costs, or increases in electricity or fuel costs from any reason whatsoever, including additional or unusual use of supplemental electric heat.
9. Any cost to replace, refill or dispose of refrigerant, including the cost of refrigerant.
10. 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.
For additional warranty exclusions, visit www.GreeComfort.com.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state or province to province.
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 service@twclimate.com
Product Information
Model No.
Serial No.
Date of Installation
Owner Name
Address of Installation
Installing Contractor
Address
Phone No. / E-mail
WSO021513-DLSWARR-HP-Rev 3-8-13
Gree Electric Appliances, Inc ©2014
Cat No: DFS-RIO-HP-4OM
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