Whynter Air Conditioner ARC-131GD User manual

Whynter Air Conditioner ARC-131GD User manual
WHYNTER 13,000 BTU DUAL HOSE PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER
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MODEL# : ARC-131GD
Instruction Manual
Congratulations on your new WHYNTER product. To ensure proper operation, please read this Instruction
Manual carefully before using this product. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
4-5
IDENTIFICATION OF ACCESSORIES
6
IDENTIFICATION OF PARTS
7
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
8-9
AIR FILTERS INSTALLATION
10
REMOTE CONTROL
11
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
11-14
WATER DRAINAGE
14
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
15
TECHNICAL DATA
16
TROUBLESHOOTING
17-18
WARRANTY INFORMATION
19
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Thank you for choosing the Whynter portable air conditioner. Please follow the instructions provided
in this user guide to obtain the very best performance from your portable air conditioner and take full
advantage of the many features your portable air conditioner offers you. We trust that your Whynter
air conditioner will provide the performance and reliability that we stand for.
Please keep this user manual in a safe place for future reference.
DISPOSAL
This symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that the appliance cannot be treated as normal
domestic trash, but must be handed in at a collection point for recycling electric and electronic
appliances. Your contribution to the correct disposal of this product protects the environment. Further
information about the recycling of this product can be obtained from your local municipal authority.
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Your safety and the safety of others are very important to us.
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or injury when using your appliance, follow these basic precautions.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before the portable air conditioner is used, it must be properly positioned and installed
as detailed in this manual.
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Do not under any circumstances cut or remove the third (ground) prong from the power
cord.
Make sure this unit is connected to a correctly grounded power supply outlet. Do not use an
extension cord or power strip.
The power cord is UL listed. It has a built-in L.C.D.I. (leakage, current, detection,
interruption) circuit breaker for added safety. If the power supply is interrupted, press the
reset button to reconnect the unit to power source.
It is recommended to use a separate circuit that its size should be 15 Amps for the air
conditioner.
Do not use an excessively wet cloth, industrial solvents, oil-based products to clean this
portable air conditioner.
To avoid the risk of shock, the product should never be used in bathrooms, shower rooms,
or in any other steamy or wet areas.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliances.
Do not repair, disassemble and/or modify the unit by yourself.
Always turn off the portable air conditioner when cleaning the air filter, and transporting.
Do not turn this unit on and off by plugging and unplugging. Always use the ON/OFF switch.
Transport the unit in an upright position only, or leave it in an upright position for at least 2
hours before first use.
Ensure curtains or other objects are not obstructing the air inlet filters.
Do not bend or crush the exhaust hose while in use.
Always allow at least 20” of clearance around the unit for ventilation. Do not use this unit
inside closets, cabinets and/or cramped spaces between furniture.
This unit is optimized to operate in an ambient temperature of 64°F – 95°F.
This unit must be installed in an area protected from the element, such as wind, rain, water
spray or drips.
The unit should not be located next to ovens, grills or other sources of high heat.
Always place the unit on even and hard and level surface.
Do not sit or place objects on the unit.
Do not allow children to climb, stand or hang on the unit. The air conditioner could tip over
and get damaged and/or seriously injure somebody.
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 Keep fingers out of the air intakes and air outlets.
 The unit is an electrical appliance. To avoid injury from electrical shock do not operate it with
wet hands, while standing on a wet surface or while standing in water. Do not use it in
outdoors or in wet conditions.
 When positioning or moving the unit, ensure it is not turned upside down or greater than 45°
or more off level.
 This unit is designed for household, non-commercial use only. Any other use will void the
warranty.
 Do not plug into the power outlet before set up is completed.
 Do not operate this unit without the air filter(s).
 Do not use harsh chemicals to clean the filter(s). Dry thoroughly before inserting the filter(s)
into the unit.
 Do not add extra length to the exhaust hose by more than a total length of 9’. This will
reduce the cooling efficiency of the portable air conditioner.
 At the end of each season, all water must be drained from the unit and filter(s) must be
cleaned before storage.
THE MANUFACTURER DISCLAIMS ANY RESPONSIBILITY IF THE ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS
ARE NOT FOLLOWED.
OPERATING CONDITION
MODE
ROOM TEMPERATURE
COOL
Higher than 66°F
DRY
Higher than 60°F
Your portable air conditioner is supplied with a Leakage-Current
Detection and Interruption (LCDI) plug. This plug reduces the risk of
fire due to arcing faults in the power supply cord. Please follow the
instructions below to ensure that LCDI plug works properly.
1. Plug the power cord to a grounded wall outlet. Do not plug to
a power strip or extension cord.
2. Press the TEST button on the plug. This should trip the plug
and cut the power to the air conditioner. If the plug does not
trip and the unit comes on, please contact technical support.
3. Press the RESET button to start the air conditioner.
4. Do NOT use the TEST and RESET buttons to turn the air
conditioner on and off.
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IDENTIFICATION OF ACCESSORIES
IMAGE
ACCESSORY NAME
QUANTITY
Small Hose for Exhaust
Large Hose for Intake
2 pieces
Fixture
2 pieces
Screws
8 pieces
Hose connectors
2 curved connectors are for large hose
2 straight connectors are for small hose
4 pieces
1 set
Window slider kit
Cover
2 pieces
Remote control
1 piece
Optional Intake pre-filter (sold separately)
1 piece
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IDENTIFICATION OF PARTS
Front
1. Remote control
2. Front display
3. Air outlet
4. Handle
5. Wheels
Rear
6. Air filter
7. Air intake (evaporator)
8. Air exhaust (for small hose)
9. Air intake (for large hose)
10. Power cord
11. Upper drain port
12. Lower drain port
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Location
The air conditioner should be placed on a hard and level surface strong enough to support the
unit. The unit has casters and it should only be rolled on smooth, flat surfaces. Use caution
when rolling on carpet surfaces. Do not attempt to roll the unit over objects.
Never place any obstacles around the air inlet or outlet and allow at least 20 inch of clearance
for efficient air-conditioning.
Exhaust hose Installation
When you use this air conditioner unit, hot air must be exhausted out of the room to complete
the air exchange of the condenser. When the unit is operating in DEHUMIDIFYING or FAN only
mode, no exhaust is required.
1. Pull out about 6” of one end of the hoses.
2. Attach the 2 straight connectors to the small hose (exhaust) by turning counterclockwise.
3. Attach the 2 curved neck connectors to the large exhaust hose (intake) by turning
clockwise.
4. Align the slots on the hose connector to the tabs on the air intake / outlet and snap the
hose to the unit.
INTAKE
EXHAUST
5. Only extend the exhaust hoses to the necessary length. We do not recommend
extending the exhaust hose more than 9' long. Additional 4’ exhaust hose sold
separately.
6. An optional intake pre-filter can be purchased to be added to the intake hose in
locations with poor air quality.
* If you are interested in purchasing optional accessories, please contact [email protected]
for retail sales information.
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Window kit Installation
When you use this air conditioner unit, hot air must be exhausted out of the room to complete
the air exchange of the condenser. When the unit is operating in dehumidifying and fan-only
mode, no exhaust is required.
Your window kit has been designed to fit most standard vertical and horizontal windows.
However, it may be necessary for you to modify the installation procedures for your window.
NOTE: If your window opening is less than the mentioned minimum length of the window slider
kit, cut the slide bar with hole to fit window opening. Never cut out the hole on the window slide
bar.
NOTE: When using the window kit on a window or sliding door it will cause the window or
sliding door not to be properly closed and locked. Additional security measurements may
be needed.
1. Open window approximately 5”.
2. Adjust the length of the window bars to the same length and width of the opening of the
window. Cut the window piece if necessary to fit the length of your window.
3. Insert the fixtures through the back grooved side of
the window slide bar with holes. Line up the 4 holes and
tighten the fixtures with 4 screws from the front. Fig 1.
4. Close the window on the window slide bars. For long
term installation, you may screw the window kit into your
window frame.
5. Move the unit to the window, extend the hoses and
attach the other end of the hoses to the window slide
bar.
6. Align the slots on the hose connectors to the tabs on
the fixtures and snap the hoses to the window slide
bar.
Figure 1
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AIR FILTERS INSTALLATION
Your Whynter portable air conditioner is equipped with a washable Pre-Filter and an activated
carbon filter.
The washable Pre-Filter removes large particles such as dust, pet hair and dander.
The activated carbon filter is designed to remove smoke and other odors. It is recommended to
replace the activated carbon filter every 2-3 months. Follow the steps below to install the filters.
WARNING: NEVER OPERATE THE AIR CONDITIONER WITHOUT THE PRE-FILTER
1. Pull up the pre-filter frame and remove from the unit.
2. Place the activated carbon filter on the pre-filter frame by inserting it through the three
pins.
3. Once the activated carbon filter is secured, insert the assembled filter frame into the unit.
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OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before you begin, thoroughly familiarize yourself with the control panel of the remote control.
Follow the symbol for the desired function. The functions of the unit can be controlled by the
remote control only. When using the remote control, make sure the reception of the signal is
confirmed by a beep.
NOTE:
 Other appliances in the same room controlled by a remote control (TV, radio, stereo, etc.),
may cause interferences.
 Electronic and fluorescent lamps may interfere with the signal transmissions between the
remote control and the air conditioner.
 Remove the batteries if the remote control is not used for long periods.
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL
Timer / Temperature Set Control
Power Control
Turns the unit on and off.
The set temperature can be set between 61°F (16 °C)
and 89°F (32°C) by pressing the
and
buttons in
cooling mode only.
Clock
Fan Speed Control
Controls the 4 fan speeds: Auto, High, Medium & Low.
NOTE: Unit does not need to be vented in Fan mode.
Timer
Mode Control
Controls the 4 function modes: COOL
, FAN ONLY
Sets the current time.
and AUTOMATIC
, DEHUMIDIFY
Turns the timer function on and off.
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Fahrenheit / Celsius Selector
Changes the display temperature from Fahrenheit to
Celsius and vice versa.
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FRONT PANEL
SWITCHING ON/OFF THE AIR CONDITIONER
 The unit can be switched ON or OFF by pressing the Emergency on/off switch button
on
the front display panel or the remote control.
NOTE: The functions of the portable air conditioner can be switched on by the remote
control ONLY. Without using the remote control, the unit can only be switched on at the
previous setting and turn off the unit.
LED LAMPS ON/OFF SWITCH
 Press the LED lamps on/off switch to turn on and off the LED lamps indicators.
WARNING LIGHT
 When the internal water reservoir is full, the red light will flash and the unit will stop. Remove
the drain plug to drain out the water and the unit will restart at the previous setting.
 BEFORE USING YOUR PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER
 Remove the exterior and interior packaging.
 Before connecting the unit to the power source, let it stand upright for approximately 4
hours. This will reduce the possibility of a malfunction in the cooling system from handling
during transportation.
COOLING MODE
 In this mode, the air conditioner cools and dehumidifies the room. To activate this function
mode, press the Mode Control button until the
indicator comes on. When the cooling
mode is set, the blue light on the front panel comes on and the compressor will start in
approximately 3 minutes.
NOTE: In cooling mode, hot air is exhausted from the outdoor exhaust port and the exhaust
hose must be connected to exhaust out the hot air.
 The temperature setting range of this air conditioner is from 61°F to 89°F. To set the
temperature, press the
or
buttons. This air conditioner has a 5°F temperature cushion
which if the set temperature is within 5°F of the ambient temperature, the unit runs on fan only
mode. This saves energy and prolongs the life of the compressor of the air conditioner. Once
the set temperature is achieved, the fan runs continuously.
 To set the fan speed, press the Fan Speed button. In cooling mode, the difference in
noise level between the fan speeds is not very noticeable when the compressor is on.
Try setting the unit to Fan only mode, you should be able to hear the difference between
high and low fan speed settings.
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DEHUMIDIFYING MODE
 In this mode, the air conditioner only dehumidifies the room, the compressor will activate
intermittently depending on the ambient temperature. To activate this function mode, press
the Mode Control button until the
indicator comes on. When the dehumidifying mode is
set, the orange light on the front panel comes on.
 Please note that when switching function mode, there will be an approximately 3 minute
transition time. In dehumidifying mode, do not connect the exhaust hose and let the warm air
return to the room. If room temperature is higher than 77°F, the fan speed can be adjusted.
If room temperature is lower than 77°F, the fan speed is set at Low.
NOTE: When using the Dehumidifying mode, the air exhaust hose should not be vented to
the outside. If the warm air is exhausted to the outside, cooling may occur. Additionally, you
must manually drain the water from the unit.
Remove the upper drain stopper to setup continuous drainage if needed. Water can be
drained to a container or to a floor drain using a garden hose (not included.)
FAN ONLY MODE
 In this mode, only the fan of the air conditioner runs and circulates the air in the room. To
activate this function mode, press the Mode Control button until the
indicator comes on.
When the fan only mode is set, the green light on the front panel comes on.
 In this function mode, the temperature cannot be set. Subsequently, set the desired fan
speed by pressing the Fan Speed button. Fan Only mode requires that the exhaust hose be
removed.
NOTE: The unit does not need to be vented in Fan Only mode.
AUTOMATIC MODE
 When you set the air conditioner in AUTOMATIC mode, it will automatically select cooling or
fan only operation to 85F depending on the ambient temperature. The fan speed is
automatically selected and cannot be changed and the temperature cannot be set.
indicator comes
 To activate this function mode, press the Mode Control button until the
on. When the automatic mode is set, the light on the front panel displays the color of the
mode that the unit is currently operating in.
NOTE: In cooling mode, hot air is exhausted from the outdoor exhaust port and the exhaust
hose must be connected to exhaust out the hot air.
FAN SPEED CONTROL
 To set the fan speed, press the fan speed control
Automatic, High, Medium and Low.
button. Fan speed can be set at
CLOCK
for 3 seconds. Press the up or down
 To set the clock, press and hold the clock button
buttons to set the current time. To save the current time, press and hold the clock button
again for 3 seconds.
TIMER (DELAYED SWITCH ON / OFF) FUNCTION
 This function mode enables a delayed switch ON or delayed switch OFF of the air
conditioner. The time (hours) delay can be set, enabled and disabled. The timer is
adjustable between 1-24 hours.
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SETTING SWITCH OFF TIMER
With the air conditioner operating in any function mode, press the Timer Control button
.
Then the
and the two digits timer indicator will come on. Set the desired time delay OFF
hours (1 – 24 hours) by pressing the up or down buttons. When the delay time set has elapsed,
the air conditioner will switch off.
To cancel the switch off timer, press the Timer Control button
and set the hour to 00.
SETTING DELAYED SWITCH ON TIMER
When the air conditioner is off, press the Timer Control button
. Then the
and the two
digits timer indicator will come on. Set the desired time delay ON hours (1 – 24 hours) by
pressing the up or down buttons. When the delay time set has elapsed, the air conditioner will
switch on in the previous setting.
To cancel the switch on timer, press the Timer Control button
and set the hour to 00.
AUTO RESTART
In the event of a power outage, the air conditioner restarts at the previously set function mode
and settings when power is restored.
NOISE LEVEL
Portable air conditioners may make sounds that are not familiar to you. The sounds listed below
are normal. Noise reflecting off hard surfaces such as a floor or wall can make the sounds seem
louder than they actually are.
 The compressor may make a pulsating or high-pitched sound.
 Water running from the evaporator to the water tank may make a splashing sound.
 Refrigerant flowing may make a gurgling sound.
 Fan sound may come from front and back air vents.
WATER DRAINAGE
During the process of cooling, some water will be extracted from the air into the unit. Most of
this water is used to cool and exhausted to the outside. If the unit is operated in high humidity or
low temperature environment, water will collect in the reservoir inside the unit. If the reservoir is
full, the compressor will stop. To continue the cooling function, please drain the water.
Manual drain:
1.
Turn off the unit.
2.
Position a flat container or dish under the drain plug.
3.
Remove the drain plug and the condensed water will drain out automatically.
4.
Once all the condensed water is drained, replace the drain plug into the drain firmly.
Continuous drainage:
In COOL or DRY modes, remove the upper drain plug from the back of the unit and put a
container under the drain port to catch the water. Or install the drain water hose and place the
open end of the hose to a drain area.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT:
 Switch off the air conditioner and disconnect the plug from the power outlet
 Drain water by removing the drain plug.
 Always transport the air conditioner in an upright position only.
CLEANING THE PRE-FILTER
 To ensure the air intake is filtered properly and to assure that your air conditioner runs
efficiently, it is recommended to clean the Pre-filter at least once every two weeks.
 Switch off the air conditioner and pull out the filter frame from the unit.
 Remove the Activated Carbon filter from the Pre-filter.
 Use a vacuum cleaner or tap lightly to remove loose dust and dirt from the Pre-filter. Then
rinse it thoroughly under warm or cold running water (no hotter than 100F.)
 Dry thoroughly before re-inserting the filters.
 NOTE: The Activated Carbon filter is not washable. It should be replaced every 2-3 months or as
needed.
WARNING! Never operate the air conditioner without the filter in place.
CLEANING THE AIR CONDITIONER
 Always switch off the air conditioner and disconnect the plug from the power supply outlet
before cleaning the air conditioner.
 Use a soft damp cloth to wipe the body of the unit.
 Never use harsh chemicals, oil-based products, detergents, chemically treated cloths or
other cleaning solutions. These could possibly damage the body of the air conditioner.
END OF SEASON STORAGE
 Switch off the air conditioner and disconnect the power plug from the power supply outlet
before cleaning the air conditioner.
 Clean the air filters.
 Drain the condensed water COMPLETELY.
 On a warm day, turn on the Fan only mode for half a day so that the inside can dry out
completely.
 Wrapped the power cord and bundle it with the tape.
 Remove the batteries from the remote controller.
 Disconnect the exhaust hose and cover the window / wall hole with the cover.
 It is recommended that the air conditioner be put back into its original carton for storage.
 To avoid damage to the unit, please leave the hose connectors in place or slightly turn,
push and gently pull the connectors off.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Model
ARC-131GD
Cooling capacity
13,000 BTU
Power supply
115v/ 60Hz
Maximum power input
1180 Watts
Maximum input
10.8 Amps
Dehumidifying capacity
91 Pts / Day
Thermostat
61°F to 89°F
Refrigerant
R-410A
Air flow (max.)
320 m3/ Hour
Exhaust hose length
47”
Unit Dimensions
17.3” W x 15.4” D x 30.5” H
Package Dimensions
18.7” W x 19.5”D x 35”H
Unit Weight
67 lbs
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
The portable air
conditioner does not
turn on
Possible Causes
 Power failure / outage.
 Restore the power supply.
 The automatic switch, line
fuse, or breaker has been
tripped.
 Flip the switch / change the fuse / turn the breaker
back on. Also note that you may have too many
appliances drawing power on one circuit, you may
need to move the other appliances to another
circuit.
 The power supply voltage is
too low.
 Move the unit onto another circuit with the correct
voltage.
 The power cord is damaged.
 Contact Whynter Service Department. Only
authorized personnel should replace damaged
power cord or power plug.
 The L.C.D.I. power plug for
the unit is tripped.
 Press the Reset button on the L.C.D.I. power plug.
 The internal water reservoir
is full.
 Possible loose connection
The unit turns on but
the compressor does
not turn on (the fan
runs but the unit is not
cooling)
Solutions
 Drain water from the air conditioner.
 Contact Whynter Service Department
 The room temperature is
outside of the operational
tolerances of the unit.
 This unit is designed to work in ambient
temperatures of 64°F to 95°F.
 The Cooling mode is not on.
 Press the MODE button until the COOL light is
shown on the display.
 The compressor has not
turned on yet because of its
time delay.
 Give the compressor 3 minutes to turn on after the
Cooling mode has been selected.
 The set temperature is too
high.
 Set the air conditioner to a lower temperature. It is
recommended to set the temperature to at least
5°F of the ambient temperature.
 The internal water reservoir
is full.
 Either manually drain the water by removing the
drain plug or allow the unit to exhaust the water
itself by running the fan only mode. Then cooling
will resume.
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The air coming out of
the unit is not very
cold, or the airflow
volume is weak
The unit has worked for
a long time, but the
room is not cold
enough
The unit is very noisy
The unit leaks water
 The filters are dirty or
obstructed.
 The air intake or exhaust is
obstructed.
 Clean the air filters.
 The unit is set in DRY or
FAN mode.
 The unit is set to low fan
speed.
 Set the unit to the cooling mode.
 Windows or doors are open.
 Close all windows and doors.
 There are too many people
in the room.
 You may need additional cooling or another air
conditioner.
 There is direct sunshine into
the room.
 Close curtains or blinds and try to minimize the
amount of direct sunlight into the room.
 The room is a kitchen or
with many heat-producing
appliances
 You may need additional cooling or another air
conditioner.
 There is a server in the
room.
 You may need additional cooling or another air
conditioner.
 The room is too large.
 You may need additional cooling or another air
conditioner.
 Make sure the unit is on hard, level and stable
surface.
 The unit is not level.
 Make sure there is at least 20" of clearance from
the air intake. Make the length of the exhaust hose
is as short as possible.
 Set the unit to a higher fan speed.
 The surface underneath the
unit is uneven.
 Move the unit to a location with a level and hard
floor.
 Low power voltage.
 Make sure the wall outlet and support the required
power consumption of the air conditioner and do
not use an extension cord.
 Make use the unit is leveled.
 The unit is tilted or not
leveled
 The water tank is full.
The unit needs to be
drained too often
 The humidity in the area
may very high
Fan speed cannot be
changed
 Possible loose connection
 Fan speed differences are
not very noticeable
 Drain water from the drain plug at the back of the
air conditioner.
 Remove the intake hose if the outside humidity is
high or it is raining
 Contact Whynter Service Department
 The fan speed difference is not very noticeable
when the compressor is on. Try setting the unit to
Fan only mode, you should be able to hear the
difference between high and low fan speed
settings.
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ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY &
THREE YEAR WARRANTY ON COMPRESSOR
This WHYNTER portable air conditioner is warranted, to the original owner within the 48
continental states, for one year from the date of purchase against defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service. Should your WHYNTER portable air conditioner
prove defective within one year from the date of purchase, return the defective part or unit,
freight prepaid (within two months of purchase; after two months to one year, customer will be
responsible for freight cost to Whynter’s service department), along with an explanation of the
claim to Whynter LLC. Please package the portable air conditioner carefully in its original
packaging material to avoid damage in transit. Please retain the original box and packaging
material. Under this warranty, Whynter will repair or replace any parts found defective. This
warranty is not transferable. After the expiration of the warranty, the cost of labor and parts will
be the responsibility of the original owner of the unit.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
Acts of God, such as fire, flood, hurricanes, earthquakes and tornadoes.
Damage, accidental or otherwise, to the air conditioner while in the possession of
a consumer not caused by a defect in material or workmanship;
Damage caused by consumer misuse, tampering, or failure to follow the care and
special handling provisions in the instructions.
Damage to the finish of the case, or other appearance parts caused by wear.
Damage caused by repairs or alterations to the product by anyone other than
authorized by the manufacturer.
Freight and Insurance cost for the warranty service.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES; LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER'S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE PRODUCT REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED HEREIN. CLAIMS BASED ON IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO ONE YEAR OR THE SHORTEST
PERIOD ALLOWED BY LAW, BUT NOT LESS THAN ONE YEAR. WHYNTER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES SUCH AS PROPERTY DAMAGE AND INCIDENTAL EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY
BREACH OF THIS WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. SOME STATES AND PROVINCES DO
NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSE- QUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON
THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THESE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS
WRITTEN WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT VARY FROM
STATE TO STATE.
To obtain service or information, contact
Whynter LLC via email at [email protected] or call
866-WHYNTER.
Product contents and specifications may change without notice.
Copyright © 2014 Whynter LLC
www.Whynter.com
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