Kelvinator KSV71CRH, KSV25CRH User manual

Kelvinator KSV71CRH, KSV25CRH User manual
Inverter Air Conditioner
User Manual
KSV25CRH, KSV35CRH, KSV71CRH
Congratulations
Contents
Congratulations and thank you for choosing our Inverter split
system room air conditioner. We are sure you will find
your new air conditioner a pleasure to use. Before you use the air
conditioner, we recommend that you read through
the entire user manual, which provides the description of
the air conditioner and its functions.
Safety Instructions
Product description
Installation drawing.........................................................................5
Remote control specifications ....................................................... 6
To avoid the risks that are always present when you use an electrical
appliance, it is important that the air conditioner
is installed correctly and that you read the safety instructions
carefully to avoid misuse and hazards.
Operating instructions
We recommend that you keep this instruction booklet
for future reference and pass it on to any future owners.
Indicators on LCD .........................................................................10
Conditions of use
This appliance is intended to be used in household and similar
applications such as :
•
staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other working
environments.
Indoor unit display ..........................................................................7
Remote control operation..............................................................8
How to use the buttons ................................................................11
Timer operation ............................................................................12
Special functions ...........................................................................14
Airflow directional control ............................................................15
Care and maintenance
•
farm houses.
Before maintenance......................................................................17
•
by clients in hotels, motels and other residential type
environments.
Cleaning the air filter and air freshening filter ........................... 17
•
bed and breakfast type environments.
Preparation for extended non-operation ................................... 18
This air conditioner is designed for and intended to be used in
normal domestic applications only.
Record model and serial number here:
Model number: ..................................................................................
Serial number: ...................................................................................
environment
ENVI
RONMENTAL TI
PS
Information on disposal for users
•
Most of the packing materials are recyclable.
Please dispose of those materials through your local
recycling depot or by placing them in appropriate collection
containers.
•
If you wish to discard this air conditioner, please contact your
local authorities and ask for the correct method
of disposal.
R300 refrigerant warning
R32
refrigerant warning
This product uses R32 difluoromethane refrigerant, which is a
mildly flammable gas class 2.2 according to AS 1677 and must be
handled by a refrigeration mechanic with appropriate Australian
refrigerant handling licence.
2
Warnings ..........................................................................................3
Contents
Cleaning the unit...........................................................................17
Pre season inspection ...................................................................18
Troubleshooting tips
Troubleshooting tips .....................................................................19
Warranty ......................................................................................23
Safety instructions
Meanings of symbols used in this manual are shown below:
WARNING
warning
This symbol indicates information concerning your personal safety
or information on how to avoid damaging the air conditioner
TIPS
& INFORMATION
important
This symbol indicates tips and information about use of the
appliance
environmentTIPS
ENVIRONMENTAL
This symbol indicates tips and information about economical and
ecological use of the appliance
TIPS
& INFORMATION
important
•Contact an authorised installer for installation of this unit.
•Installation work must be performed in accordance with the
national wiring standards by authorised personnel only.
•This air conditioner may need to be installed on it's own
separate circuit. Please refer to AS/NZS3000 and local wiring
regulations for requirements.
•Contact an authorised service technician for repair or
maintenance 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 have
been given supervision 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 air conditioner.
•If the system is to be moved to another location or disposed
of, only a suitably qualified person is permitted to undertake
such work.
•Take care not to catch fingers on the fan blade when adjusting
vertical louvres.
•This air conditioner uses R32 refrigerant.
•Do not use this air conditioner for non-specified special
purposes ( e.g. preserving precision devices, food, pets, plants,
and art objects). Usage in such a manner could damage your
property.
•Always insert the filters securely. Clean the filters every
3 months, or as required.
WARNING
warning
•Do not use means to accelerate the defrosting process or to
clean, other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
•Do not store the appliance in a room with continuously
operating ignition sources (for example open flames, an
operating electric heater or an operating gas appliance with a
continuously lit pilot flame).
•Do not pierce or burn any part of the air conditioner.
•Be aware that the refrigerant is odourless and any gas leak is
not detectable by smell.
•Ensure the unit is properly connected to the power. Excess
heat generation caused by incorrect connection may result in
an electric shock or fire.
•Do not operate or stop the unit by switching on or off at the
power source. This may cause an electric shock or fire due to
excess heat generation.
•Do not operate with wet hands or in damp environment. This
may cause an electric shock.
•Always ensure that the unit is correctly earthed.
No earthing may cause electric shock.
•Do not allow water to run into electric parts. It may cause
failure of the unit or electric shock.
•Use a correctly rated circuit breaker or fuse. There is risk of fire
or electric shock.
•Disconnect the power if strange sounds, smells,
or smoke come from the unit. It may cause fire and
electric shock.
•Do not drink water drained from the air conditioner. It may
contain contaminants that could make you sick.
•Do not open the unit during operation. It may cause
electric shock.
•Ventilate room before operating the air conditioner if there has
been or may have been a flammable gas leak from another
appliance. It may cause an explosion, fire and burns.
•Do not disassemble or modify unit. It may cause failure and
electric shock.
•When the air filter is to be removed, do not touch the metal
parts of the unit. It may cause an injury.
•Do not clean the air conditioner with water. Water may
enter the unit and degrade the insulation. It may cause
an electric shock.
•Ventilate the room well when used together with a stove
or other combustion heating device. An oxygen shortage
may occur.
•Exposure of direct airflow to occupants, pets or plants for an
extended period of time could be a health hazard.
Safety instructions
3
Safety instructions
W ARNING
warning
4
•
Do not place obstacles around air inlets or inside of
air outlet. It may cause failure of appliance or accident.
•
Turn off at the main power switch if the unit will not be used for
a long period of time. It may cause failure of the unit or fire.
•
Do not use strong chemical cleaners such as detergents,
abrasive cleaners or thinners, as they may damage the
appliance causing scratches, discolouration or deteriorate the
surface finish. Use a soft cloth for cleaning.
•
Where the airconditioned is installed on an external wall
bracket ensure that the installation bracket of the outdoor
appliance is not damaged due to prolonged exposure. If
bracket is damaged, the unit may fall and damage may occur.
•
Use caution when unpacking and installing. Sharp edges could
cause injury.
•
If water enters the unit, turn the unit off and disconnect the
power, contact a qualified service technician.
Important safety instructions
Troubleshooting
You'll find many answers to common problems in the chart
of troubleshooting tips on page19. If you review the chart of
Troubleshooting Tips first, you may not need to call for service.
Service
For repair and maintenance, contact your authorised
service dealer.
Refer to the contact numbers in the warranty section on the back
page of this manual.
Installation drawing
Fig. 1
3
4
Installation plate
ST3.9x25(5)
ng screw
15cm or more
1
12cm or more
12cm or more
5
Remote
control
Air ter
200cm or more
Additional drain pipe
Before screwing the remote
controller holder to the wall,
make sure that control signals
are properly received by
indoor unit.
Wrapping tape (wrap the
insulation pipe with the tape
from bottom to top)
6
7
2x AAA batteries
A
30c
mo
r mo
re
60cm
or more
2
ore
or m
m
c
200
60
cm
B
In sites with poor drainage, use block bases
for outdoor unit. Adjust its height until the
unit is leveled. Otherwise, water leakage or
pooling of water may occur.
8
ore
rm
mo
30c
Air o
utlet
or
mo
re
C
Allow two of A, B and
C directions to be free
from obstructions.
Where there is a danger of the
unit falling, use foot bolts to .
9
Seal
Flare nuts
Drain elbow
Air Conditioner
Qty.
Qty.
1
Indoor unit
1
7
Battery (AAA 1.5V)
2
2
Outdoor unit
1
8
Drain elbow & seal
1
3
Indoor unit mounting plate
1
9
Flare nuts
2
4
Mounting plate
5
10
Installation Manual
1
5
Remote controller
1
11
User manual
1
6
Remote controller holder
1
g screws, ST3.9x25
NOTE: Appearance of outdoor unit and indoor unit may differ from some models. The actual shape shall prevail.
Installation drawing
5
Remote control specifications
Rated voltage
3.0V (2x 1.5V AAA)
Signal receiving range
8m
Using the remote control
MO
DE
SW
ING
SHO
TEM
P
DIR
ECT
TIM
OFFER
SEL TUR
F CLE
BO
AN
FOL LED
LOW
RES
ET
RTC
UT
FAN
SPE
ED
TIM
ON ER
SLE
FRE EP
SH
ME
LOC
K
Location of the remote controller
•Use the remote controller within a distance of 8 meters from
the appliance, pointing it towards the receiver. Reception is
confirmed by a beep.
WARNING
caution
•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 into 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.
ON/OFF
SHORT
CUT
MODE
TEMP
TIMER
ON
TIMER
OFF
FAN
•
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.
•
Do not drop the remote controller. Handle with care.
•Do not place heavy objects on the remote controller,
or step on it.
Location of the remote controller
6
SLEEP
FRESH
TURBO
SELF
CLEAN
Remote control specifications
LED
FOLLOW
ME
•
The remote controller can be attached to a wall or pillar by
using a remote controller holder.
•
Before installing the remote controller, check that the air
conditioner receives the signals properly.
•
Install the remote controller holder with two screws.
•
For installing or removing the remote controller, move it up or
down in the holder.
Indoor unit display
Digital display
•
Displays the temperature settings when the air conditioner is
operational.
Replacing batteries
•
Displays the room temperature in FAN mode.
The following cases signify exhausted batteries.
Replace old batteries with new ones.
•
Displays the self-diagnostic codes.
•
Displays ' ' for three seconds when Timer ON, Swing
or Turbo feature is activated.
•
Displays '
The remote controller is powered by two dry batteries (2x AAA
1.5V) housed in the back rear part and protected by a cover.
•
Displays ' ' for three seconds when Swing orTurbo
feature is cancelled.
1.
Remove the cover in the rear part of the remote controller.
•
Displays '
' under defrosting operation.
2.
Remove the old batteries and insert the new batteries, placing
the(+) and (-) ends correctly.
•
Displays '
' during self clean operation (if applicable).
•
Displays ' ' when forced cooling mode is activated by pressing
the manual start button 2 times within 5 seconds (refer page 16).
If you want to turn off the indoor unit display (for example to
make the room dark for sleeping), press the LED button on the
remote control.
•
Receiving beep is not emitted when a signal is transmitted.
•
Indicator fades away.
3.
Put the cover back on.
NOTE: When the batteries are removed, the remote controller
erases all programming. After inserting new batteries, the remote
controller must be reprogrammed.
•
' for three seconds when Timer OFF is set.
warning
•
Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of
different types.
•
Do not leave the batteries in the remote controller if they are
not going to be used for 2 or 3 months.
•
Do not dispose batteries as unsorted general waste. Collection
of such waste separately for special treatment
is necessary.
Indoor unit display
7
Operation of buttons
1.
ON/OFF Button
This button turns the air conditioner ON and OFF.
2.
MODE Button
Press this button to modify the air conditioner mode in a
sequence of following:
AUTO > COOL > DRY > FAN
3.
FAN Button
Used to select the fan speed in four steps:
AUTO > LOW > MED > HIGH
NOTE: You can not switch the fan speed in AUTO
or DRY mode.
4.
8
SLEEP Button
•
Active/Disable sleep function. It can maintain the most
comfortable temperature and save energy. This function
is available on COOL or AUTO mode only.
•
1
ON/OFF
SHORT
CUT
9
2
MODE
TIMER
ON
10
TEMP
3
FAN
4
SLEEP
TIMER
OFF
FRESH
6
SELF
CLEAN
7
FRESH Button (Not available for this unit)
Active/Disable FRESH function. When the FRESH function is
initiated, the Ionizer/Plasma Dust Collector (depending on
models) is energized and will help to remove pollen and
impurities from the air.
6.
TURBO Button
Active/Disable Turbo function. Turbo function enables the
unit to reach the preset temperature in the shortest time.
7.
SELF CLEAN Button
Active/Disable Self Clean function
8.
UP Button ( )
Push this button to increase the indoor
temperature setting in 1°C increments to 30°C.
11
13
TURBO
5.
12
5
LED
FOLLOW
ME
14
15
For the detail , see sleep operation on page.
NOTE: While the unit is running under SLEEP mode, it will
be cancelled if MODE, FAN SPEED or ON/OFF button is
pressed.
DOWN Button ( )
Push this button to decrease the indoor
temperature setting in 1°C increments to 17°C.
9.
SHORT CUT Button
Used to restore the current settings or resume
•
previous settings.
•
SHORTCUT button, the unit will operate on AUTO
mode, 260C, and fan speed is Auto.
8
Remote control operation
•
Push this button when remote controller is on, the
system will automatically revert back to the
previous settings including operating mode,
setting temperature, fan speed level and sleep
feature (if activated).
•
If pushing more than 2 seconds, the system will
automatically restore the current operation settings
including operating mode, setting temperature, fan
speed level and sleep feature (if activated ).
Operation of buttons
10. TIMER ON Button
Press this button to initiate the auto-on time sequence.
Each press will increase the auto-timed setting in 30 minute
increments. When the setting time displays 10.0, each press
will increase the auto timed setting by 60 minute increments.
To cancel the auto-timed program, simply adjust the auto-on
time to 0.0.
11. TIMER OFF Button
Press this button to initiate the auto-off time sequence.
Each press will increase the auto-timed setting in 30 minute
increments. When the setting time displays 10.0, each press
will increase the auto-timed setting 60 minute increments.
To cancel the auto timed program, simply adjust the
auto-off time to 0.0
(Not available for this unit)
12. Swing Button
Used to stop or start vertical ouver auto swing feature.
13. Swing Button
Used to stop or start horizontal louver auto swing feature.
The louver changes 6 degree in angle for each press. If
keep pushing more than 2 seconds, the louver will swing
up and down automatically.
14. FOLLOW ME Button
Push this button to initiate the Follow Me feature, which
allows the indoor ambient temperature reading to be taken
from the remote control. The remote control will send the
temperature reading to the air conditioner every 3 minutes.
To cancel the follow me feature, press the follow me button
a second time. The air-conditioner will cancel the Follow
Me Feature automatically if the indoor unit dose not
receive the signal from the remote control within a 7
minutes period.
15. LED Button
Disable/Active indoor screen Display. When pushing the
button, the indoor screen display is cleared, press it again to
light the display.
NOTE: pressing LED button also disables the beep sound.
Operation of buttons
9
Indicators on LCD
Information are displayed when the remote controller is
powered up.
Mode display
AUTO
COOL
DRY
FAN
Icon
Function
Displayed when data transmitted
Displayed when remote controller is ON
Battery display (low battery detection)
ON
Displayed when TIMER ON time is set
OFF
Displayed when TIMER OFF time is set
Show set temperature or room temperature, or time
under TIMER setting
Displayed in Sleep Mode operation
Indicated that the air conditioner is operating in follow
me mode
Fan speed indication
FAN
Low speed
FAN
Medium speed
FAN
High speed
FAN
AUTO
Auto fan speed
NOTE: All indicators shown in the gure are for the purpose of
clear presentation. But during the actual operation only the relative
functional signs are shown on the display window.
10
Indicators on LCD
How to use the buttons
NOTE: In the FAN mode, the setting temperature is not displayed
in the remote controller and you are not able to control the room
temperature either. In this case, only step 1, 3 and 4 may be
performed.
2
3
ON/OFF
1
MODE
SHORT
CUT
TEMP
TIMER
ON
TIMER
OFF
FAN
SLEEP
FRESH
TURBO
SELF
CLEAN
2
LED
FOLLOW
ME
3
ON/OFF
1
MODE
SHORT
CUT
TEMP
FAN
Auto operation
Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is available.
The OPERATION indicator on the display panel of the
hing.
indoor unit starts
TIMER
ON
TIMER
OFF
SLEEP
FRESH
TURBO
SELF
CLEAN
LED
FOLLOW
ME
Dehumidifying operation
1.
Press the MODE button to select Auto.
2.
Press the UP/DOWN button to set the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set within a range of 17°C–30°C
in 1°C increments.
Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is available. The
OPERATION indicator on the display panel of the indoor unit starts
hing.
3.
Press the ON/OFF button to start the air conditioner.
1.
Press the MODE button to select DRY mode.
2.
Press the UP/DOWN buttons to set the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set within a range of 17°C–30°C in 1°C
increments.
3.
Press the ON/OFF button to start the air conditioner.
NOTE:
1. In the Auto mode, the air conditioner can logically choose the
mode of Cooling and Fan by sensing the difference between
the actual ambient room temperature and the setting
temperature on the remote controller.
2.
In the Auto mode, you can not adjust the fan speed. It has
already been automatically controlled.
3.
If the Auto mode is not comfortable for you , the desired mode
can be selected manually.
NOTE: In the Dehumidifying mode, you can not adjust the fan
speed. It has already been automatically controlled.
2
4
ON/OFF
1
MODE
SHORT
CUT
TEMP
3
TIMER
ON
TIMER
OFF
FAN
SLEEP
FRESH
TURBO
SELF
CLEAN
LED
FOLLOW
ME
Cooling/Fan operation
Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is available.
1.
Press the MODE button to select COOL or FAN mode.
2.
Press the UP/DOWN buttons to set the desired temperature.
The temperature can be set within a range of 17°C–30°C in 1°C
increments.
3.
Press the FAN button to select the fan speed in four stepsAuto, Low, Med, or High.
4.
Press the ON/OFF button to start the air conditioner.
How to use the buttons
11
Timer operation
WARNING
caution
ON/OFF
SHORT
CUT
MODE
TIMER
ON
1
TIMER
OFF
2
TEMP
FAN
SLEEP
FRESH
TURBO
SELF
CLEAN
LED
FOLLOW
ME
Press the TIMER ON button can set the auto-on time of the unit.
Press the TIMER OFF button can set the auto-off time of the unit.
To set the Auto-ON time
1.
Press the TIMER ON button. The remote controller shows
TIMER ON, the last Auto-on setting time and the signal "H"
will be shown on the LCD display area. Now it is ready to reset
the Auto-on time to START the operation.
2.
Push the TIMER ON button again to set desired Auto-on time.
Each time you press the button, the time increases by half an
hour between 0 and 10 hours and by one hour between 10 and
24 hours.
3.
After setting the TIMER ON ,there will be a one second delay
before the remote controller transmits the signal to the air
conditioner. Then, after approximately another 2 seconds,
the signal "H" will disappear and the set temperature will
re-appear on the LCD display window.
To set the Auto-OFF time
12
1.
Press the TIMER OFF button. The remote controller shows
TIMER OFF, the last Auto-off setting time and the signal "H"
will be shown on the LCD display area. Now it is ready to reset
the Auto-off time to stop the operation.
2.
Push the TIMER OFF button again to set desired Auto-off time.
Each time you press the button, the time increases by half an
hour between 0 and 10 hours and by one hour between 10 and
24 hours.
3.
After setting the TIMER OFF, there will be a one second delay
before the remote controller transmits the signal to the air
conditioner. Then, after approximately another 2 seconds, the
signal "H " will disappear and the set temperature will
reappear on the LCD display window.
Timer operation
•
When you select the timer operation, the remote controller
automatically transmits the timer signal to the indoor unit for
the specified time. Therefore, keep the remote controller in
a location where it can transmit the signal to the indoor unit
properly.
•
Timer setting is in half hourly intervals up to 10 hours then
hourly intervals to 24 hours
Examples of timer operation
Timer on (Auto-on Operation)
Combined timer
(Setting both ON and OFF timers simultaneously)
Timer off/Timer on (On/Stop/Start operation)
Off
Set
Start
6 hours later
The TIMER ON feature is useful when you want the unit to turn
on automatically before you return home. The air conditioner will
automatically start operating at the set time.
Example
To start the air conditioner in 6 hours.
1.Press the TIMER ON button, the last setting of starting
operation time and the signal "H" will show on the display
area.
On
Set
2 hours later 10 hours later
after setting after setting
This feature is useful when you want to stop the air conditioner after
you go to bed, and start it again in the morning when you wake up
or when you return home.
2.Press the TIMER ON button to display "6.0H " on the TIMER
ON display of the remote controller.
Example
To stop the air conditioner 2 hours after setting and start it again
10 hours after setting.
3.Wait for 3 seconds and the digital display area will show the
temperature again. The "TIMER ON" indicator remains on and
this function is activated.
1.
Timer off (Auto-off Operation)
3.
Press the TIMER OFF button.
2.Press the TIMER OFF button again to display 2.0H on the
TIMER OFF display.
Press the TIMER ON button.
4.Press the TIMER ON button again to display 10H on the TIMER
ON display.
5.Wait for 3 seconds and the digital display area will show the
temperature again. The "TIMER ON OFF" indicator remains
on and this function is activated.
Stop
Timer off/Timer on (On/Stop/Start operation)
On
Set
10 hours later
The TIMER OFF feature is useful when you want the unit to turn
off automatically after you go to bed. The air conditioner will stop
automatically at the set time.
Example
To stop the air conditioner in 10 hours.
1.Press the TIMER OFF button, the last setting of stopping
operation time and the signal "H" will show on the
display area.
2.Press the TIMER OFF button to display "10H " on the TIMER
OFF display of the remote controller.
3.Wait for 3 seconds and the digital display area will show the
temperature again. The "TIMER OFF" indicator remains on
and this function is activated.
This feature is useful when you want to start the air conditioner
before you wake up and stop it after you leave the house.
Example
To start the air conditioner 2 hours after setting, and stop it 5 hours
after setting.
1.
Press the TIMER ON button.
2.Press the TIMER ON button again to display 2.0H on the
TIMER ON display.
3.
Press the TIMER OFF button.
4.Press the TIMER OFF button again to display 5.0H on the
TIMER OFF display.
5.Wait for 3 seconds and the digital display area will show the
temperature again. The "TIMER ON & TIMER OFF" indicator
remains on and this function is activated.
Timer operation
13
Special functions
SLEEP operation
Louvre angle memory function
SLEEP operation
Continuous run
1°C
Set temp. 1°C
1 hour
1 hour
Cooling
Within the scope of safety angle, the horizontal louver angle is
memorised and will return to the position last selected by user. If it
exceeds, it will memorize the boundary of safety angle. This will not
happen when Turbo or manual control buttons are pressed or after
a power interruption. So we strongly suggest that the open angle
of the horizontal louver should not be set too small, in case the
condensed water forms and drips from the horizontal louvre.
SELF CLEAN function
•
When selected, the set temperature will increase by 1°C per hour
for the first 2 hours. Until new settings are entered or the air
conditioner is shut down.
Airborne bacteria use the moisture on the indoor heat
exchanger to grow. Regular drying of the exchanger prevents
this growth. By simply pressing the SELF CLEAN button, the
system will automatically manage the process. This cleaning
action may be done as frequently as desired.
•
Only the indoor fan is active in low speed for 30 minutes and
the unit turns off automatically.
Sleep function saves energy and improves night time by optimising
sleeping temperature.
NOTE:
•
Activating self clean function does not replace the need to
clean the filters. The filters must be cleaned at least every
3 months, or as required to maintain good cleanliness and
performance of this air conditioner.
•
This function is only activated in COOLING or DRY mode.
•
Before activation the air conditioner, it is recommended
to run the air conditioner under cooling operation for about
30 minutes.
•
Pressing the SELF CLEAN or ON/OFF button again during the
cleaning cycle will cancel the operation and turn the unit off.
Refrigerant leakage detection
When refrigerant leakage is detected, the indoor unit will display
EC code.
Auto-restart function
In event of power interruption such as a blackout, the air
conditioner stops once. But it restarts automatically and performs
previous operation when the power supply is resumed.
Mute operation
Press the LED button on the remote controller can turn off the
indoor screen display, and also turn off the Air conditioner buzzer,
which create a comfortable and quiet environment.
14
Special functions
Airflow directional control
The direction of airflow can be adjusted for maximum comfort.
W ARNING
caution
Range
•
Do not operate the air conditioner for long periods with the
air flow direction set downward in cooling or dehumidifying
mode. Otherwise, condensation may occur on the surface of
the horizontal louver causing moisture to drop on to the floor
or on furnishings.
•
After a quick restart, the horizontal louver may remain static for
approximately 10 seconds.
•
Open angle of the horizontal louver should not be set too
small, as COOLING performance may be reduced due to too
restricted air flow area.
•
Do not move the vertical (up/down) louver manually, otherwise
the vertical louver will be out of sync. But if this happens,
please cease operating, switch off power for a few seconds,
then restart the air conditioner.
Deflector rod
Optimal operation
To achieve optimal performance, please note the following:
•
Adjust the air flow direction correctly so that it is not towards
people.
•
Adjust the temperature to achieve moderate comfort levels.
Excessively low temperature waste energy.
•
Improve performance by keeping windows and doors closed.
•
Limit energy usage (run time) by using the TIMER function.
•
Do not put any object near air inlet or air outlet, as the
efficiency of the air conditioner may be reduced and may
cause the air conditioner to stop running.
•
Inspect and clean the filters every 3 months or as required.
Ensure that the filters are correctly inserted after cleaning.
Range
Adjusting vertical air flow (Up/Down)
The vertical airflow direction is controlled by using the remote
control. This can be set to a fixed direction or to automatically
swing up and down for even air distribution. Refer to Remote
Control section page 9 for operation details .
Adjusting horizontal air flow (Left/Right)
•
The airflow can be directed horizontally (left to right) by
manually adjusting the deflector rod.
TIP
S & IN
FORMATION
important
Do not put your fingers into the panel of the blower and suction
side. The high-speed fan inside may cause injury.
Airflow directional control
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Operating temperature
Manual operation
Location
Temperature range
Room
17°C – 32°C
Outside
0°C – 50°C
The Air conditioner temperature can be set between the range of
17°C to 30°C.
caution
•
This switch is used for testing purposes only. Please do not use
it unless necessary.
•
To restore the remote controller operation, use the remote
controller directly.
NOTE:
1.
Optimum performance will be achieved within these operating
temperatures. If the air conditioner is used outside of the above
conditions, certain safety protection features might come into
operation and cause the unit to function abnormally.
2.
If the air conditioner runs for a long time in cooling mode
and the humidity is high (over 80%) , condensed water may
drip out of the unit. Please set the vertical air w louvre to
its maximum angle (vertically to the or), and set HIGH fan
mode.
This air conditioner is equipped with a manual switch to allow
operation should the remote control fail to work. It can be accessed
by opening the front panel.
AUTO/COOL
Manual switch
NOTE: The unit must be turned off before operating the manual
control button. If the unit is operational, continue pressing the
manual control button until the unit is off.
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Operating temperature
•
Open the front panel until it locks. There is a "click" when the
mechanism engages.
•
One press of the manual control switch will lead to the forced
AUTO operation. Press the switch twice within 5 seconds to
operate in forced COOL mode, “FC” will be shown on the
display. After about 30 minutes operation in forced COOL
mode, the air conditioner will switch to AUTO mode and “FC”
will be replaced with AUTO mode set temperature of “24”
on the display.
•
Close the panel after manual operation has been started.
•
Press the button again while the air conditioner is running to
turn off.
Care and maintenance
Before maintenance
•Turn the system off before cleaning. To clean, wipe with a soft,
dry cloth. Do not use bleach or abrasives.
NOTE: Power supply must be disconnected before attempting to
clean or service.
WARNING
warning
Servicing shall only be performed as recommended by the
equipment manufacturer. Maintenance and repair requiring the
assistance of other skilled personnel shall be carried out under
the supervision of the person competent in the use of flammable
refrigerants. For more details, please refer to the Information on
servicing on installation manual.
•Do not use a chemically treated cloth or duster to clean
the unit.
•Do not use benzine, thinner, polishing powder, or similar
solvents for cleaning. These may cause the plastic surface to
crack or deform.
Filter tab
•Never use water hotter than 40°C to clean the front panel, it
could cause deformation or discoloration.
Cleaning the unit
Wipe the unit with a soft dry cloth only. If the unit is very dirty, wipe
it with a cloth soaked in warm water.
Cleaning the air filter and air freshening filter
A clogged air filter reduces the efficiency of this unit. Please clean
the filter every 3 months, or as required..
1.Open the front panel by carefully lifting both ends at the
same time. At a certain angle, a clicking sound is heard and it
becomes self-supporting. For some models, please use the
suspension bars to prop up the panel.
2.Use the tab provided to move the filter first up a little, then
slightly towards you. Now extract the filter by gently drawing
downwards.
3.Unclip the small air freshening filter from the large air filter.
Clean it with vacuum, and replace it occasionally.
Air freshening filter
4.Clean the large air filter with soapy water. Rinse with fresh
water. Shake off excess water and dry it up in cool place,
replace it occasionally.
Care and maintenance
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Care and maintenance
5.After the filters are dry, refit the small filters onto the large
air filter.
6.Re-insert the filters back into the unit following the reverse
order as described in steps 1 & 2.
7.Close the front panel. Make sure the buckles are fully fit and
the panel is completely closed.
Preparation for extended non-operation
If you plan not to use unit for a long time, perform the following:
1.Clean the indoor unit and filters.
Panel
buckles
2.Operate the fan for about half a day to dry the inside
of the unit.
3.Stop the air conditioner and disconnect power.
4.Remove the batteries from the remote controller. The outdoor
unit requires periodic maintenance and cleaning. Do not
attempt to do this yourself. Contact your dealer or service
provider.
Pre-season inspection
•Damaged or disconnected wires.
•Clean the indoor unit and filters.
•Check water or oil leaks.
•Check that the outdoor unit is clear of leaves, rubbish and
other objects that may block the air inlet or outlet.
•Check if the remote control batteries are flat, replace as
required.
WARNING
warning
•Do not touch the metal parts of the unit when removing the
filter. Injuries can occur when handling sharp metal edges.
•Do not use water to clean inside the air conditioner. Exposure
to water can destroy the insulation, leading to possible electric
shock.
•When cleaning the unit, first make sure that the power and
circuit breaker are turned off.
•Do not wash air filter with hot water at more than 40°C . Shake
off moisture completely and dry it in the shade. Do not expose
it directly to the sun, it may shrink.
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Care and maintenance
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting tips
The following events may occur during normal operation, and may
not indicate malfunction
Symptom
Cause
Operation is delayed after restart
To prevent blowout of the fuse, the compressor will not operate while the protection
circuit is working for about 3 minutes after sudden OFF/ON operation of the power
supply, this is normal operation and designed to protect the compressor.
Fan speed changes from off, to very slow and
then normal
Automatically happens in heating mode :
•
perform automatic defrosting operation,
•
perform low temperature heating operation
Mist coming out of the indoor unit
In COOL mode, a mist generated by condensation formed with sudden cooling process
may be emitted.
Low volume sounds are emitted by the air
conditioner
Hissing sound-- during operation or immediately after stopping the air conditioner,
refrigerant flowing sound may be head.
Squeaking sound-- normal expansion and contraction of plastic and metal parts caused
by temperature change during the operation.
Rushing air-- when louvre resets its position.
Dust discharges from the unit
May occur when air conditioner is used for the first time or has not been used for a long
time.
Emits a peculiar odour
Various smells generated from interior textile, furniture, or cigarette smoke absorbed
into the air conditioner may be emitted. If not the case call an authorised service
contractor.
Changes to fan only while cooling
mode
Room temperature reaches the temperature setting of the remote control. If not the
case call your suitable contractor.
Operation is erratic, unpredictable or
unresponsive
Interference from cell phone towers and remote boosters may cause the unit to
malfunction
Disconnect the power and then re-connect.
Press the ON/OFF button on the remote controller to restart operation.
NOTE: If the problem is not resolved, please contact a local dealer
or the nearest customer service centre. Be sure to inform them of
the detailed malfunctions and unit model number.
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Before you call for or request servicing, troubleshoot a problem by performing following checks:
Symptom
Diagnostic
Is there a power failure?
Has a switch been turned off, a circuit breaker tripped or a fuse blown?
Unit will not operate
Is the timer operating?
Are the batteries used in the remote controller exhausted?
Are the batteries used in the remote controller loaded properly?
Are the air
Is a
ers dirty?
unrestricted in & out of indoor & outdoor units?
Are the temperature and mode settings correct?
Are the windows or doors left opened?
Poor cooling performance
Is fan speed on high and louvres allowing maximu
?
Is direct or strong sunlight shinning into the room while in operation?
Are there other heating apparatus or computers operating, or too many people in the room
while in operation?
Indicator lamps continue ashing
Error code appears in the
indoor unit, such as: E0,E1,E2....
P1,P2,P3.....or F1, F2,F3.....
The unit may stop operation or continue to run in a safety condition.
Wait for about 10 minutes, the fault may be removed automatically, if not, switch the
power supply to the air conditioner off and on. If the problem still exists, then switch
off the power and contact the nearest customer service center.
If the problem persists even if you perform these checks or
diagnostics, immediately stop operation and contact the authorized
service center. Be sure to inform them of the detailed malfunctions
and unit model number.
WARNING
caution
In the case of ANY of the following, turn off the unit
immediately
•
Power cord is damaged or abnormally warm.
•
Burning odours are smelled.
•
Loud or abnormal sounds are heard.
•
A power fuse blows or a circuit breaker trips frequently.
•
Water or other objects fall into or out of the unit.
Do not attempt to correct these items yourself. Contact
a authorized service provider.
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Troubleshooting
Notes
Notes
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Notes
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Notes
Warranty
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For more information on all Kelvinator
appliances, or for dimension and installation
information, call into your retailer, phone or email
our customer care team or visit our website:
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phone: 1300 363 640
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phone: 0800 436 245
fax:
0800 225 088
email: [email protected]
web:
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