Sunpentown | WA-12FMS1 | manual | Sunpentown WA-12FMS1 Manual

WINDOW/WALL
TYPE
WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER
WA-60FMS1: 6,000 BTU
WA-80FMS1: 8,000 BTU
WA-10FMS1: 10,000 BTU
WA-12FMS1: 12,000 BTU
MULTI-STEP SPEED ELECTRONIC CONTROL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions ..........................1-3
Installation Instructions .................................... 4-8
Normal Sounds .................................................9
Air Conditioner Features ..............................10-11
Care and Cleaning ......................................11-12
Remote Control ..........................................12-15
Troubleshooting Tip .....................................16
Before using your air conditioner, please read
this manual carefully and keep it for future reference.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ THIS MANUAL
Inside you will find many helpful hints on how to use and maintain your air conditioner
properly. Just a little preventive care on your part can save you a great deal of time
and money over the life of your air conditioner. You'll find many answers to common
problems in the chart of troubleshooting tips. If you review our chart of Troubleshooting
Tips first, you may not need to call for service at all.
To prevent injury to the user or other people and property damage, the following
instructions must be followed. Incorrect operation due to ignoring of instructions may
cause harm or damage. The seriousness is classified by the following indications.
WARNING This symbol indicates the possibility of death or serious injury.
CAUTION This symbol indicates the possibility of injury or damage to property.
Always do this.
Never do this.
WARNING
!
!
!
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Plug in power plug
properly.
Do not operate or stop the
unit by inserting or
removing the power plug.
Do not damage or use an unspecified power
cord.
Otherwise, it may cause electric
shock or fire due to excess heat
generation.
It may cause electric shock or fire
due to heat generation.
It may cause electric shock or fire.
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or an authorised service centre or a similarly
qualified per son in order to avoid a hazard.
Always install circuit
breaker and a dedicated
power circuit.
Do not operate with wet
hands or in damp
environment.
Do not direct airflow directly at room occupants
Incorrect installation may cause
fire and electric shock.
It may cause electric shock.
This is not beneficial to one's health.
Always ensure proper
grounding.
Do not allow water to run
into electric parts.
!
Incorrect grounding may cause
electric shock.
It may cause failure of machine
or electric shock.
It may cause electric shock or fire due to heat generation.
Do not open the unit
during operation.
Do not use the socket if it is
loose or damaged.
It may cause electric shock.
It may cause fire and electric
Keep firearms away.
Keep power cord away from
heat sources.
It may cause fire.
It may cause fire and electric
shock.
If there was a gas leak from another appliance, ventilate
the room thoroughly before operating the unit.
Do not modify power cord length or share the
outlet with other appliances.
Unplug the unit immediately if strange sound,
smell or smoke is emitting from unit.
It may cause fire and electric shock.
Do not use the power cord near flammable gas
or combustibles, such as gasoline, benzene,
thinner, etc.
It may cause an explosion or fire.
Do not disassemble or modify the unit.
It may cause failure and electric shock.
It may cause explosion, fire and, burns.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
Do not situate a pet or house
plant where it will be exposed to
direct air flow.
This could injure the pet or plant.
When removing and cleaning
the filter, be cautious of sharp
edges and corners.
It may cause an injury.
Do not clean the air conditioner
with water or spray bottle.
Do not use strong detergent
such as wax or thinner to
clean the unit.
Appearance may be deteriorated
due to change of product color or
scratching of its surface.
!
Stop operation and close the
window in storm or hurricane.
Water may enter the unit and
degrade the insulation. It may
cause an electric shock.
!
Opened window may lead to
interior damage of furniture,
floor and others.
!
clean filters once every two
weeks. Be sure filter is installed
properly.
Operation without filters may
cause failure.
Do not block air inlets and
outlets.
Keep room well ventilated if
used within the same room
with a stove, etc.
An oxygen shortage may occur.
!
!
Not intended for special
purposes.
Do not use this air conditioner to
preserve precision devices, food,
pets, plants, and art objects.It may
cause deterioration of quality, etc.
Before cleaning and maintenance,
be sure power is turned off and
plug disconnected.
.
Do not clean unit while operating.
May cause fire, electric shock or
injury.
!!
Remove plug from outlet by
grasping the plug, never pull on
the cord.
It may cause electric shock and
damage.
!
Do not place heavy object on the power
cord and ensure that the cord is not
compressed.
Inspect brackets frequently to ensure no
damages occurred due to prolonged
exposure to elements.
If bracket is damaged, there is
concern of the unit falling off.
Unplug from power source if unit
is not to be used for a long time.
It may cause failure of product or
fire.
Do not consume the water
drained from air conditioner.
It contains contaminants and
It may cause failure of appliance
There is danger of fire or electric
could make you sick.
or accident.
shock.
! Use caution when unpacking and
! If water enters the unit, turn the unit off and unplug
from power source. Contact a qualified service
installing. Sharp edges could cause injury.
technician.
CAUTION
The appliance shall be installed in accordance
with national wiring regulations.
Do not operate your air conditioner in a wet room
such as a bathroom or laundry room.
The appliance with electric heater shall have at
least 1 meter space to combustible materials.
Contact an authorized service technician for
repair or maintenance of this unit.
Contact the manufacturer or an installer if you
have questions regarding installation of this unit.
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 haveb eengi vensu pervision
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.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly
qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
NOTE:
The power supply cord with this air
conditioner contains a current detection
device designed to reduce the risk of fire.
Please refer to the section Operation
of Current Device for details.In the event
that the power supply cord is damaged,it
cannot be repaired-it must be replaced
with a cord from t he manufacturer.
WARNING
Avoid fire hazard or electric shock. Do not
use an extension cord or an adaptor plug.
Do not remove any prong from the power
cord.
Grounding type wall
receptacle
Do not, under any
circumstances, cut,
remove, or bypass
the grounding prong.
Power supply cord
with 3-prong grounding plug
and current detection device
For Your Safety
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity
of this or any other appliance.
WARNING
Prevent Accidents
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury to persons when using your
air conditioner, follow basic precautions, including the following:
Be sure the electrical service is adequate for the model you have chosen. This
information can be found on the serial plate, which is located on the side of the
the cabinet and behind the grille.
If the air conditioner is to be installed in a window, you will probably want to clean
both sides of the glass first. If the window is a triple-track type with a screen
panel included, remove the screen completely before installation.
Be sure the air conditioner has been securely and correctly installed according
to the installation instructions in this manual. Save this manual for possible
future use in removing or installing this unit.
When handling the air conditioner, be careful to avoid cuts from sharp metal fins
(front and rear coils).
WARNING
Electrical Information
The complete electrical rating of your new room air conditioner is stated on the
serial plate. Refer to the rating when checking the electrical requirements.
Be sure the air conditioner is properly grounded. To minimize shock and fire
hazards, proper grounding is important. The power cord is equipped with a
three-prong grounding plug for protection against shock hazards.
Your air conditioner must be used in a properly grounded wall receptacle. If the
wall receptacle you intend to use is not adequately grounded or protected by a
time delay fuse or circuit breaker, have a qualified electrician install the proper
receptacle. Ensure the receptacle is accessible after the unit installation.
Do not run air conditioner without side protective cover in place.This could
result in mechanical damage within the air conditioner.
Do not use an extension cord or an adapter plug.
Operation of Current Device
NOTE:
(Applicable to the unit adopts current detection
device only )
The power supply cord contains a current device that senses
damage to the power cord. To test your power supply cord do
the following:
1. Plug in the Air Conditioner.
2. The power supply cord will have TWO buttons on the plug
head. Press the TEST button, you will notice a click as the
RESET button pops out.
3. Press the RESET button, again you will notice a click as
the button engages.
4. The power supply cord is now supplying electricity to the
unit. (On some products this it also indicated by a light on
the plug head.)
Do not use this device to turn the unit on or off.
Always make sure the RESET button is pushed in for
correct operation.
The power supply must be replaced if it fails to reset
when TEST button is pushed or when it cannot be reset.
Anew one can be obtained from the manufacturer.
If power supply cord is damaged, it cannot be repaired. It
MUST be replaced by one obtained from the
manufacturer.
NOTE:This air conditioner is designed to be operated
under the following conditions:
Cooling
Outdoor temp:
Indoor temp:
64-109°F/18-43°C
62-90 °F/17-32°C
Note: Performance may be reduced outside of these
operating temperatures.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Do not, under any circumstances, cut or
remove the third (ground) prong from the
power cord.
Read these instructions completely
and carefully.
IMPORTANT- Save these
instructions for local inspector s use.
IMPORTANT- Observe all
governing codes and ordianaces.
Note to Installer- Be sure to leave these
instructions with the Consumer.
Note to Consumer- Keep these
instructions for futrue reference.
Skill level- Installatio of this appliance
requires basic mechanical skills.
Completion time- Approximately 1 hour.
We recommend that two people install
this product.
Proper installation is the responsibility
of the installer.
Product failure due to improper installation
is not covered under the Warranty.
You MUST use all supplied parts and use
proper installation procedures as described
in these instructions when installing this air
conditioner.
Do not change the plug on the power cord
of the air conditioner.
Aluminum house wiring may present special
problems- consult a qualified electircian.
When handling unit, be careful to avoid cuts from
sharp metal edges and aluminum fins located on
the front and rear coils.
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED
Phillips
Screwdriver
Leveler
TOOLS YOU MAY USE
WINDOW REQUIREMENTS
Slotted Screwdriver
Your air conditioner is designed to install in
standard double hung windows with opening
widths of 23 to 36 inches(584mm to 914mm) .
Pencil
Ruler or tape measure
H
Scissors or knife
NOTE:
Model
Min vertical
opening
WA-60FMS1
WA-80FMS1
WA-10FMS1
WA-12FMS1
14" (356mm)
15.5" (394mm)
Save Carton and these Installation Instructions
for future reference. The carton is the best way
to store unit during winter or when not in use.
Table 1
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1
C: Align screw openings on the top rail to those on
the top of the unit. Fig.B
PREPARE THE WINDOW
Side and rear of unit needs to be clear of obstacles
to allow airflow through condenser. The rear of the unit
must be outdoors, not inside a building or garage.
Fig.B
Mounting Hardware
3/4 (or 1/2 )
Screws
(7)
Foam
Weather
Lock Frame Sash Lock
window seal
stripping
(1)
(2)
(1)
(10 *3/4 *1/12 )
(5)
D: Secure top rail to the unit with the 3/8" Screws.
Fig.C.
Fig.C
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PREPARE AIR CONDITIONER
A: Remove the air conditioner from packaging and
place on a flat surface.
B: Remove top rail and R1 hardware from
packaging material as shown in Fig. A.
NOTE: For safety reasons, all four(4) screws MUST
be securely fastened.
NOTE: Top rail hardware and installation is only
applicable to models WA-60FMS1 and WA-80FMS1.
NOTE: The top rail must be assembled before
installing the unit.
Top Rail Hardware
3
3/8 Screws
(4)
Top Rail
(1)
INSTALL THE ACCORDION PANELS
NOTE: Top rail and side panels at each side are offset
to provide the proper pitch to the rear of (5/16").This is
necessary for proper condensed water utilization and
drainage. If the side panels are not used, this pitch still
needs to be maintained.
R1 hardware
(2)
Fig.A
A.Place unit on floor or sturdy
table. Hold the accordion side
panel in one hand and gently
pull back the center to free the
open end. See Fig.1
R1 hardware
(for <10000
Btu/h models
only )
Packaging
Top Rail
R1 hardware(for
> 10000Btu/h models
only )
Fig.1
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
B. Slide the free end "I" section of the panel directly
into the cabinet as shown in Fig. 2. Slide the panel
down. Be sure to leave enough space to slip the
top and bottom of the frame into the rails on the
cabinet.
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SECURE THE ACCORDION PANELS
A. With a firm grip on the air conditioner, carefully
place the unit into the window opening. The
bottom of the air conditioner frame should sit
against the window sill (Fig.5). Carefully bring the
window down behind the top rail.
" "section
Measure from the cabinet edge
H
WA-60FMS1 & WA-80FMS1
H: approx. 3/4" to 1"
WA-10FMS1 & WA-12FMS1
H: approx. 1" to 1 3/8"
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
Wooden Windows
Fig.2
Fig.5
NOTE: Check that air conditioner is tilted back within the
indicated “H” measurement (Fig.5), approximately 3° to 4°
downwards to the outside. With proper installation,
condensate will drain from the drain hole during normal
use.
C. Once installed, check to make sure panel sits
securely inside the frame channel by making slight
adjustments. Slide the top and bottom ends of the
frame into the top and bottom rails of the cabinet.
Fig. 3.
B.Extend the side panels out against the window
frame (Fig.6).
Top Rail
window
frame
Fig.6
Bottom Rail
Fig.3
5
D. Slide the panel all the way in and repeat on the
other side.
Fig.4
Top Rail
INSTALL SUPPORT BRACKET
A. Place the frame lock between the frame
extensions and the window sill as shown in Fig 7.
Drive 3/4" (19mm) or 1/2" (12.7mm) locking screws
through the frame lock and into the sill.
Top right
Top left
NOTE: To prevent window sill from splitting, drill 1/8"
(3mm) pilot holes before driving screws.
Bottom Rail
NOTE: If storm window blocks AC, see Fig. 11.
Fig.7
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
B. Drive 3/4" (19mm) or 1/2" (12.7mm) locking screws
through frame holes into window sash (Fig.8).
Fig.8
C. To secure lower sash in place, attach right angle
sash lock with 3/4" (19mm) or 1/2" (12.7mm) screw
as shown in Fig. 9.
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
3
6
7
4
8
9
10
5
11
12
6
13
14
15
16
17
Measure the inner width
of the side curtain
Fig.11
Fig.9
D. Cut foam window seal and insert it into the space
between the upper and lower sashes. Fig. 10.
FOAM SEAL
or
Fig.12
Step 3. Slide the R1 insulation panel into the side
curtain. The patterned side faces indoors. Fig.13.
Fig.10
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INSTALL R1 HARDWARE
In order to minimize air leaks and ensure optimal
insulation, it is necessary to install the included R1
hardware to the side curtain.
Step 1. After the unit is installed to the window,
measure the inner width of the side curtain as shown
in Fig.11.
Fig.13
Step 2. Mark the width measured in Step 1, less 1/8"
onto the R1 insulation panel. Draw a line at this
measurement and cut the panel along this line. Fig. 12.
Step 4. Repeat on the other side.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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INSTALL WEATHER STRIPPING
If AC is Blocked by Storm Window
Add wood as shown in Fig.15, or remove storm
window before air conditioner is installed.
Installing the weather strip will minimize air leaks
between the air conditioner and window opening. Trim
the weather strip to the proper length, peel off the
protective backing and insert into any gaps and
openings. Fig 14.
If Storm Window Frame must remain, be sure the
drain holes or slots are not caulked or painted shut.
Accumulated rain water or condensation must be
allowed to drain out.
SASH
Storm window
frame or other
obstruction.
1-1/2"min
(38 mm)
Board
thickness
as required,
for proper
pitch to rear,
along entire
sill. Fasten
with nails or
screws.
Fig.15
Removing AC From Window
 Turn AC off and disconnect power cord.
 Remove sash seal from between windows, and
unscrew safety sash lock.
 Remove screws installed through frame and
frame-lock.
 Remove the R1 Panel and close (slide) side
panels into frame.
 Keeping a firm grip on air conditioner, raise sash
and carefully remove.
 Be carefully not to spill any remaining water while
lifting unit from window. Store parts WITH air
conditioner.
Fig.14
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NORMAL SOUNDS
High Pitched Chatter
High efficiency compressors
may have a high pitched chatter
during the cooling cycle.
Vibration
Unit may vibrate and make noise
because of poor wall or window
construction or incorrect installation.
Sound of Rushing Air
At the front of the unit, you may
hear the sound of rushing air
being moved by the fan
Pinging or Switching
Droplets of water hitting condenser
during normal operation may cause
pinging or switching sounds.
Gurgle/Hiss
Gurgling or hissing noise may
be heard due to refrigerant
passing through evaporator
during normal operation.
NOTE:
All the illustrations in this manual are for explanation purpose only. Your air
conditioner may be slightly different. The actual shape shall prevail.
AIR CONDITIONER FEATURES
ELECTRONIC CONTROL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Before you begin, thoroughly familiarize yourself with the control panel as shown below and all its
functions, then follow the symbol for the functions you desire. The unit can be controlled by the unit
control alone or with the remote.
TO TURN UNIT ON OR OFF:
Press
DECREASES
TEMPERATURE
OR TIME
Temp
Temp
Timer
Timer
On
ACTIVATES
TIMER
Check
Filter
Press
/ LEFT/RIGHT button to change
temperature setting.
SLEEP MODE
NOTE:Press or hold either Right ( ) or Left ( ) button
until the desired temperature is seen on the display.
This temperature will be automatically maintained
(between 62°F/17°C to 86°F/30°C). If you want the
display to show the actual roomtemperature, refer to "
Operate on Fan Only" section.
Auto
Auto
Cool
Low
Dry
Med
Fan
High
SETS MODE
REMOTE SIGNAL
RECEPTOR
TO CHANGE TEMPERATURE SETTING:
Sleep
Timer
CHECK FILTER
RESET BUTTON
INCREASES
TEMPERATURE
OR TIME
DISPLAYS
TEMPERATURE
OR TIME OR ERROR CODES
Off
SET FAN SPEED
FOLLOW ME INDICATOR
Mode
Fan
CHECK FILTER FEATURE:
Press
Check filter button to initiate this feature.
This feature is a reminder to clean the Air Filter for
more efficient operation. The LED light will
illuminate after 250 hours of operation. Once filter
has been cleaned, press this button to reset.
TURNS UNIT
ON OR OFF
ENERGY
SAVER MODE
Energy
Saver
ON/OFF button to turn unit on or off.
NOTE:The unit will automatically initiate energy Saver
function under Coo, Dry and Auto modes.
Follow
Me
On/Off
UNIT CONTROL
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AIR CONDITIONER FEATURES
SLEEP FEATURE:
TO SELECT THE OPERATING MODE:
Press
Sleep button to initiate the sleep mode.
The unit will operate at the set temperature for 30
minutes and proceed to increase temperature by 2°F.
After another 30 minutes, unit will again increase
temperature by 2°F. This new temperature will be
maintained for 6 hours then return to the originally set
temperature. This ends the Sleep mode and unit
will continue to operate as originally programmed.
Sleep mode can be cancelled at anytime during
operation by pressing the Sleep button again.
To choose operating mode, press
Mode button. With
each press of the button, the mode will cycle through the
following sequence: Auto, Cool, Dry and Fan. The
indicator light next to each corresponding model will
illuminate.
Note: unit will automatically initiate the Energy Saver
function under Cool, Dry and Auto modes.
ENERGY SAVER FEATURE:
Press Energy saver button to initiate this function.
This function is available for COOL, DRY and AUTO
modes.When the set temperature has been reached
and compressor shuts off, fan will continue to run for
another 3 minutes, then cycles on for 2 minutes at
10-minute intervals until the room temperature is above
the set temperature, at which point the compressor turns
back on and cooling resumes.
FOLLOW ME FEATURE:
Light flashing
Energy
Saver
Follow
Me
On/Off
This feature can be ONLY be activated from
the remote control. The remote control's
thermostat serves as the temperature control
point.
To activate the Follow Me feature, point the remote
control towards the unit and press the Follow Me
button. The remote will display ambient temperature
of its current location. The remote control will send
signal to the air conditioner every 3 minutes until
Follow Me feature is turned off. If the unit does not
receive the Follow Me signal for 7 minutes, unit will
beep and end the Follow Me feature.
AUTO mode:
 When the air conditioner is set in AUTO mode,
unit will automatically select cooling or fan
operation, based on set and ambient
temperature.
 Unit engages COOL mode when ambient
temperature is 4°F above set temperature. When
ambient temperature falls 2°F below set
temperature, unit will switch to Fan.
 Fan speed cannot be adjusted in AUTO mode.
COOL mode:
Unit begins cooling when ambient temperature is 2°F
above set temperature. When set temperature has
been reached, cooling stops and unit switches to Fan.
DRY mode:
In this mode, unit will generally operate in the form of
a dehumidifier. Since the conditioned space is closed
or seals area, some degree of cooling will occur.
FAN mode:
 Use this function when cooling is not desired,
such as for air circulation or to exhaust stale air.
Best to open windows when operating in Fan
mode but remember to close windows in Cool
mode for maximum cooling efficiency.
 Fan speed can be adjusted.
 Display will show ambient room temperature.
 Temperature cannot be set or adjusted.
TIMER: AUTO START/STOP FEATURE:
TO ADJUST FAN SPEEDS:
 Press the
TIMER button to program Auto-On or
Auto-Off. The corresponding indicator light will
illuminate.
 Use the Left/Right arrow buttons to program. each
press is in increment of 0.5 hours up to 10 hours,
then in increments of 1 hour up to 24 hours. the
control will count down the remaining time.
 Unit will register timer setting after 5 seconds. If
unit is on, display will revert back to previous
temperature setting or room temperature. If unit is
off, there will be no display.
 Turning the unit on or off or adjusting the timer to
0.0 will cancel the timer program.
Press to select the Fan Speed in four steps-Auto,
Low, Med or High. Each time the button is pressed,
the fan speed mode is shifted. On Dry mode,the fan
speed is controlled at Low automatically.
AUTO RESTART FEATURE:
If the unit breaks off unexpectedly due to the power
cut, it will restart at the previous function/setting
automatically when the power resumes.
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AIR CONDITIONER FEATURES
DISPLAYS:
ADDITIONAL THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Temp
Temp
Timer
Timer
Now that you have mastered the operating procedure,
here are more features in your control that you should
become familiar with.
The Cool circuit has an automatic 3 minute time
delay when unit is turned off and on quickly.This
protects the compressor from overheating and
possible circuit breaker tripping. The fan will
continue to run during this time.
The LCD is capable of displaying temperature in
Fahrenheit or Celsius. To convert from one to the
other, press and hold the Left and Right buttons
simultaneously for 3 seconds.
Displays
DISPLAYS:
 COOL mode: shows the set temperature in °C or
°F a nd Auto-timer settings.
 FAN mode: shows ambient room temperature.
ERROR CODES
 "AS" = room temperature sensor error.
NOTE: In Fan mode, display will be "LO" or "HI".
 "• " = Evaporator temperature sensor error.
 "HS" = electric sensor error.
Unplug unit, wait 3 minutes and plug it back in. If error
persists, call for service.
CARE AND CLEANING
CAUTION
Air Directional Louvers
Clean your air conditioner occasionally to keep it looking
new. Be sure to unplug the unit before cleaning to
prevent shock or fire hazards.
Levers
Air Filter Cleaning
Air Direction
Directional louvers can be adjusted Left or Right and Up
or Down (not all models). Pivot the louvers until desired
direction is obtained.
Fresh Air Vent Control
(WA-10FMS1 and WA-12FMS1 only):
Fig. A (VENT CLOSED)
Circulates indoor air
The air filter should be checked at least once a month to see
if cleaning is necessary. Trapped particles filter can build up
and cause an accumulation of frost on the cooling coils:
 Push the vent handle to the Closed position (where
applicable). Open the front panel.
 Grasp the filter by the center and pull up and out.
 Wash the filter using liquid dishwashing detergent and
warm water. Rinse filter thoroughly.
 Gently shake excess water from the filter. Be sure filter
is thoroughly dry before replacing.
 Instead of washing you may also vacuum the filter.
NOTE: never use hot water over 40°C/104°F to clean the
air filter. Never attempt to operate the unit without filter.
Fig. B (VENT OPEN)
Draws fresh air into the
room
Fig. C
(VENT & EXHAUST OPEN)
Indoor and outdoor air
exchange
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CARE AND CLEANING
Cabinet Cleaning
Winter Storage
Be sure to unplug the unit to prevent shock or firehazard. The
cabinet and front may be dusted with an oil-free cloth or wipe
with a cloth dampened in a warm water and mild detergent
solution. Wipe clean and dry thoroughly.
Never use harsh cleaners, wax or polish on the cabinet front.
Be sure to wring excess water from the cloth before wiping
the controls. Water in or around the controls may cause
damage to the air conditioner.
If you plan to store the air conditioner during the winter,
remove it carefully from the window according to the
installation instructions. Cover it with plastic or return it to
the original carton.
REMOTE CONTROLLER
2!)+!07, 8m
! ++
Cautions
.
.
Location of the remote contr oller.
Keep the remote controller where its
signals can reach the unit's receiver (a
distance of 8m is allowed).
When you set timer operation, the remote
controller automatically transmits a signal
to the unit at the specified time.
If the remote is kept in a position where
signal is hindered, a time lag of up to 15
minutes may occur.
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CAUTIONS
The air conditioner will not operate if curtains, doors or other materials
block the signals from the remote controller to the indoor unit.
Prevent any liquid from falling onto the remote controller. Do not
expose the remote controller to direct sunlight or heat.
If the infrared signal receiver on the indoor unit is exposed to direct
sunlight, the air conditioner may not function properly. Use curtains to
prevent the sunlight from falling on the receiver.
If other electrical appliances react to the remote controller, either move
these appliances or consult your local dealer.
Replacing batteries
.
1. When replacing batteries, do not use old batteries or different type
batteries. Otherwise it may cause the remote controller to malfunction.
2. If remote controller is not to be used for a few weeks or more, remove
batteries to prevent battery leakage that may damage the remote
3. The average battery life during normal use is approximately half a year.
Replace the batteries when there is no receiving beep from the indoor
unit or if the transmission indicator on the remote controller fails to light.
4. Be sure there are no barriers between the remote controller and the
receiver of indoor unit.
5. Keep the Remote Controller away from all liquids.
6. Protect the Remote Controller from high temperatures and exposure
to radiation.
7. Use curtains to prevent direct sunlight on the indoor receiver.
8. Keep controller away from EMI (Electro-Magnetic Interference)
supplied by other household appliances.
NOTE:
-Buttons design is based on typical model and might be slightly different
from the actual one you purchased, the actual shape shall prevail.
-When there are wide differences between Remote controller Illustration
and USERS MANUAL on function description, the description on USERS
MANUAL shall prevail.
-The device could comply with the local national regulations. In Canada,
it should comply with CAN ICES-3(B)/NMB-3(B). In USA, this device
complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
-This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
 Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not approved by the party responsible for

compliance could void users authority to operate the equipment.
The remote controller uses two
AAA batteries (not included)
(1) Slide the cover of the battery
compartment off according to
the arrow direction, then replace
the old batteries with new ones.
(2) Insert new batteries with the
(+) and (-) placed correctly.
(3) Replace the cover by sliding it
back into position.
After replacing batteries, set the
remote controller clock.
SPECIFICATIONS
Rated voltage: 3.0V (dry batteries R03/LR03 x 2)
Lowest voltage of CPU emitting signal: 2.0V
Transmission distance: 8m
Environment: -5°C/-41°F ~ 60°C/140°F
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Fea tures of remote control
1. ON/OFF Button: Push this button to start operation, push again to stop
operation.
NOTE: unit automatically initiates Energy Saver function when operating
under Cool, Dry and AUTO modes.
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SET TEMP .
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ON
F
O FF
2. MODE Select Button: Press to select desired operation mode: AUTO COOL - DRY - FAN.
FAN SP EED
1
2
MODE
FAN
ENER GY SAVER
8
TIM ER
3
9
CAN C EL
4
5
6
7
F OLL OW ME
R ES ET LOCK
SL EEP
10
CLOCK
11
12
LED
13
3. ENERGY SAVER Button: Press to activate the Energy Saver feature.
Press again to stop the function. Refer to page 10 for details.
4. TEMP/TIME Button : Push the button to increase temperature setting or to
adjust the TIMER in a clockwise direction. Push the
button to decrease
temperature setting or to adjust TIMER in a counter-clockwise direction.
NOTE: Press and hold and buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds will
change temperature scale display between °C and °F.
5. FOLLOW ME Button: Push to start or stop the Follow Me feature. Refer to page 10 for details.
6. SLEEP Button : Press to active SLEEP mode. this function is available for COOL or AUTO modes only.
Refer to page 10 for details.
NOTE: SLEEP function will be cancelled if any of these buttons is pressed: ON/OFF, FAN SPEED, SLEEP or MODE.
7. RESET Button: This is a recessed button. Once pressed, all current settings will be cancelled and returns to default.
8. FAN Button: Used to select Fan Speed: AUTO, LOW, MED or HIGH.
9. TIMER Button: Push to activate the Auto-Start or Auto-Stop program.
10. CANCEL Button :
(a) If TIMER ON, TIMER ON-OFF or TIMER OFF-ON is set, press CANCEL will override Timer program and turn off
the unit.
(b) If TIMER OFF is set, press CANCEL will cancel timer setting and turn on the unit.
(c) If ther are no timer settings, pressing this button will have no action.
11. CLOCK Button: Used to set the time.
12. LED Button: Press this button to clear the display on the air conditioner, press again to activate.
13. LOCK Button : Press to lock all current settings, prevents accidental changes. When locked, all buttons except LOCK
are invalid. Press again to cancel lock mode.
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Transmission Indicator
This transmission indicator illuminates
when remote controller transmits signal
to the unit.
Mode display
Displays the current operation mode :
AUTO(AUTO ), COOL(
), DRY(
), FAN (
ON/OFF display
Displayed by pressing the ON/OFF button.
Press the ON/OFF button again to remove.
AUTO
C L OCK
Time display
Displays set Timer (0 ~ 24 hours) or clock
time. The clock time is displayed only when
no timer is programmed If there is set timer
and you wish to check current time, press
the CLOCK button
.
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SE T TEMP.
E
ON
F
OFF
Temp. display
Displays the temperature setting (17 °C/62°F
to 30°C/86°F). No display under FAN mode.
Lock Display
Indicates remote is locked if symbol is displayed.
.
Follow Me Display
Indicates if Follow Me feature is
activated.
Note:
All displays on the remote controller are
shown for illustration purposes only
.
FAN SPEED
Sleep Display
Indicates if Sleep Mode is activated.
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Fan Speed Display
Displays the selected fan speed, AUTO
and three fan speed levels "
" (LOW)
"
" (MED) "
" (HIGH)
Displays AUTO when the operating mode
is either AUTO or DRY.
.
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SETTING THE CLOCK
A UTO
C LOC K
Before you start operating the air conditioner, set the clock on the remote controller. The clock panel on the remote controller will display
time regardless if air conditioner is in use or not.
SE T TE MP
.
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Initial Setting of the Clock
After batteries are inserted in the remotecontroller, the clock panel will display "12:00".Press and hold the CLOCK button for 3 seconds,
display will begin to flash.
1. Press UP/DOWN buttons to set time. Each press is in increment of one minute. Press and hold to set in 10 minute increments.
2. CLOCK button: Once the correct time is achieved. Press the CLOCK button or release the UP/DOWN buttons and wait 5 secnds. Clock is
registered and stops flashing.
FA N SPEE D
M O DE
FAN
ENER GY SAVE R
TI MER
CL EA N A I R
1
CANC EL
FO L LO W ME R ES ET
CLO CK
L OC K
SL EEP
2
3. To readjust the Clock: Press and hold the CLOCK button on the remote controller for 3 seconds, the clock display time will start to flash.
Repeat steps 1 and 2.
L ED
Note: Clock time must be set before any timer can be programmed. If clock is adjusted after programming timer, the remote controller will
send the readjusted timer information to the unit.
CLOCK
* Clock accuracy is within 15 seconds per day.
CAUTIONS
Static electricity or other factors (in case of extremely high voltage) can cause clock to initialize. If this occurs (flashing "12:00"), readjust the
clock before you start operation.
AUTO MODE
When the air conditioner is set in AUTO mode, it will a utomatically select cooling or fan operation depending on the set temperature and
theambient room temperature.
.
This unit is equipped with microcomputer memory. Once set, these operating conditions are saved and unit will operate at these conditions
when you simply push the ON/OFF button of the remote controller.
A UTO
SET TE MP
C LO CK
F
F AN SP EED
T I ME R
E NER G YSA V ER
CL EAN A I R
2
3
FAN
MODE
1
C AN CEL
F O LL O W ME
CLOCK
RE SE T L O CK
SLE EP
Start
Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is available. The OPERATION indicator on the display panel of the unit is flashing.
1. Press MODE button to select AUTO.
2. Press the UP/DOWN button to set desired temperature. Suggested temperature range is 21°C/70°F to 28°C/82°F.
3. If the remote controller is off, push ON/OFF button to start the unit.
Stop
Push ON/OFF button to stop the unit.
Note:
If AUTO mode is not comfortable for you, select the desired mode and set temperature manually.
In Auto mode, fan speed cannot be changed.
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COOLING & FAN MODE
CL OC K
SE T TEM P
.
F
F AN SPE ED
MODE
1
CLE AN A I R
2
4
FAN
3
T I ME R
EN ERG Y SAVE R
Note:
- In Fan mode, temperature setting is not available, only steps 1,3 and 4 can be performed.
C ANCE L
FO LL OW M E
R E SE T LOC K
SLEE P
Ensure unit is plugged in and power is available.
1. Press MODE button to select COOL or FAN.
2. Press the UP/DOWN button to set desired temperature. Most comfortable temperature range is between 21°C/70°F to 28°C/82°F.
3. Press FAN to set fan speed: AUTO, LOW, MED or HIGH.
4. If the remote controller is off, push ON/OFF to start the air conditoner.
CLOC K
LE D
DRY MODE
CL OCK
SET TE MP
.
F
FA N S PEE D
3
1
FAN
MODE
T I ME R
ENE R GY SAV ER
CLE AN A R
I
2
Ensure unit is plugged in and power is available.
1. Press MODE button to select DRY.
2. Press the UP/DOWN button to set desired temperature. Most comfortable temperature range is between 21°C/70°F to 28°C/82°F.
3. If the remote controller is off, push ON/OFF to start the air conditoner.
F OLL O W ME
CAN CE L
O K
RES T
E L C
S LEE P
Note:
- Fan speed cannot be adjusted under Dry mode.
C LOCK
L ED
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TIMER OPERATION
1. Press TIMER button and remote will display 0.0 and either TIMER ON or TIMER OFF indicator will flash.
2. Press the UP/DOWN button to set desired time.
Press or hold the button to set time in 0.5 hour increments, up to 10 hours; then in 1 hour increments up to 24 hours.
The set time will register 3 seconds after setting.
Once set, the TIMER ON or TIMER OFF indicator on the display panel will be illuminated.
SE T T EMP.
F
ON
OF F
Canceling
3. Press CANCEL to cancel any timer setting
FAN S P EED
M ODE
CL EAN A I R
2
Note: Perform steps 1 and 2 to make changes.
FA N
TIME R
E NE R GY SAV E R
FO LLO W ME
1
C ANCE L
R ESET LO C K
S LE E P
3
CL OCK
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CAUTION
- When timer is set, the remote controller transmits the timer signal to the unit at a specified time. Keep the remote controller in a
location
from which it can transmit the signal properly.
- Timer setting is limited to 24 hours.
- The time will register within a 3 second period (after releasing UP/DOWN button), keep pressing until the desired time is established.
Otherwise, you must repeat the steps again.
TIMER ON (To program auto start):
1. Press the TIMER button and TIMER ON indicator is displayed with time flashing.
2. Use UP/DOWN button to set the time for unit to turn on.
3. Wait 3 seconds, the time will register and stop flashing.
TIMER OFF (To program auto stop):
1. Press the TIMER button until TIMER OFF indicator is displayed with time flashing.
2. Use UP/DOWN button to set the time for unit to turn off.
3. Wait 3 seconds, the time will register and stop flashing.
COMBINED TIMER (Setting both ON and OFF timers simultaneously)
TIMER OFF → TIMER ON (unit currently running → stop → start)
This feature is useful when you want to stop the air conditioner after you go to bed or leave the house and start it again when you wake
up or when you return home.
ON
OF F
Start
Stop
On
Set
2 hours later
after setting
10 hours later
after setting
TIMER ON → TIMER OFF (unit currently off → start → stop)
This feature is useful when you want to start the air conditioner before you wake up and stop it after you leave the house.
ON
OF F
Start
Stop
Off
Set
Example
To stop the air conditioner after 2 hours and start it again in 10 hours.
1. Press the TIMER button until the TIMER OFF indicator is displayed and display time flashing.
2. Use the UP/DOWN button to set "2.0" hours.
3. Press the TIMER button again until TIMER ON is displayed.
4. Use the UP/DOWN button to set "10" hours.
5. Wait for 3 seconds for program to be registered and display time stops flashing.
5 hours later
after setting
Example
To start the air conditioner in 5 hours and stop it after 8 hours:
1. Press the TIMER button until the TIMER ON indicator is displayed and time is flashing.
2. Use the UP/DOWN button to set “5.0” hours.
3. Press the TIMER button again until TIMER OFF is displayed.
4. Use the UP/DOWN button to set “8” hours.
5. Wait for 3 seconds for program to be registered and display time stops flashing.
8 hours later
after setting
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