Fujitsu ASMG12CPTA Operation Manual

Fujitsu ASMG12CPTA Operation Manual
To prevent personal injury or property damage, read this section
carefully before you use this product, and be sure to comply
with the following safety precautions.
Incorrect operation due to failure to follow the instructions may
cause harm or damage, the seriousness of which is classified
as follows:
AIR CONDITIONER (Wall Mounted type)
This mark warns of death or serious injury.
This mark warns of injury or damage to property.
This mark denotes an action that is PROHIBITED.
*Please write down the model name.
(Refer to the rating label.)
Before using this product, read these instructions thoroughly
and keep this manual for future reference.
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS........................................... 1
2. NAME OF PARTS...................................................... 2
2.1. Remote controller................................................ 2
2.2. Indoor unit............................................................ 4
3. BASIC OPERATIONS................................................ 4
4. AIRFLOW SETTINGS................................................ 4
4.1. Fan speed setting................................................ 4
4.2. Airflow direction setting........................................ 4
5. TIMER OPERATIONS................................................ 5
5.1. On timer or Off timer............................................ 5
5.2. Program timer...................................................... 5
5.3. Sleep timer ......................................................... 5
6. ENERGY SAVING OPERATIONS............................. 5
6.1. Economy operation.............................................. 5
7. OTHER OPERATIONS.............................................. 5
7.1. Powerful operation............................................... 5
8. CLEANING AND CARE.............................................. 5
9. GENERAL INFORMATION........................................ 7
10. TROUBLESHOOTING............................................... 8
This mark denotes an action that is COMPULSORY.
Explanation of symbols displayed on the indoor unit or outdoor
This symbol shows that this product uses a flammable
refrigerant. If the refrigerant is leaked and exposed to
an external ignition source, there is a risk of fire.
This symbol shows that the operating manual should
be read carefully.
This symbol shows that a service personnel should
be handling this equipment with reference to the
installation manual.
This symbol shows that information is available such
as the operating manual or installation manual.
• This product contains no user-serviceable parts.
Always consult authorized service personnel for
repairing, installation, and relocation of this product.
Improper installation or handling will cause leakage,
electric shock, or fire.
• In the event of a malfunction such as burning smell,
immediately stop operation of the air conditioner, and
disconnect all the power supply by turning off the
electrical breaker or disconnecting the power plug.
Then consult authorized service personnel.
• Take care not to damage the power supply cable.
If it is damaged, it should be replaced only by
authorized service personnel in order to avoid a
• In the event of refrigerant leakage, be sure to keep
away from fire or any flammables, and consult
authorized service personnel.
• In the event of a thunder storm or any prior sign
of a lightning strike, turn off the air conditioner via
the remote controller, and refrain from touching the
product or the power source to prevent any electrical
• This product shall be stored in a room without
continuously operating ignition sources (for example:
open flames, an operating gas appliance or an
operating electric heater).
• This product shall be stored in a well-ventilated area.
• Be aware that refrigerants may not contain an odour.
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• This product shall be stored so as to prevent
mechanical damage from occurring.
• Disposing of the product shall be done properly, in
compliance with national or regional regulations.
• During transportation or relocation of the indoor unit,
pipes shall be covered with the wall hook bracket for
Do not move this product by holding the indoor unit pipes.
(The stress applied to the pipe joints may cause the
flammable gas to leak during operation).
• This product 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 this product by a
person responsible for their safety. Children should
be supervised to ensure that they do not play with this
• Dispose of the packing materials safely. Tear and
dispose of the plastic packing bags so that children
cannot play with them. There is danger of suffocation
if children play with the original plastic bags.
• Do not install the unit in area filled with mineral oil
such as a factory or area containing a large amount of
splashed oil or steam such as a kitchen.
• Do not start or stop the operation of this product by
inserting or pulling out the power plug, or by turning
on or off the circuit breaker.
• Do not use flammable gases near this product.
• Do not expose yourself directly to the cooling airflow
for many hours.
• Do not insert your fingers or any other objects into
outlet port or inlet port.
• Do not operate with wet hands.
• Do not use means to accelerate the defrosting
process or to clean this product, other than those
recommended by the manufacturer.
• Do not pierce or burn.
• Provide occasional ventilation during use.
• Always operate this product with air filters installed.
• Ensure that any electronic equipment is at least 1 m (40
in) away from this product.
• Disconnect all the power supply when not using this
product for extended periods.
• After a long period of use, ensure to get the mounting
of the indoor unit checked to prevent this product from
falling down.
• The airflow direction and the room temperature should
be carefully considered when you use this product in a
room with infants, children, elderly or sick persons.
• Keep the surroundings of the outdoor unit clean and
tidy, and do not place items around it. Any objects
blocking or entering from the outlet ports may cause
product malfunction.
• Do not direct the airflow at fireplaces or heating apparatus.
• Do not block or cover the intake grille and the outlet port.
• Do not apply any heavy pressure to radiator fins.
• Do not climb on, place objects on, or hang objects
from this product.
• Do not place any other electrical products or
household belongings under this product. Dripping
condensation from this product might get them wet,
and may cause damage or malfunction of your
• Do not expose this product directly to water.
• Do not use this product for preservation of food, plants,
animals, precision equipment, art work, or other objects.
This may cause quality deterioration of those items.
• Do not expose animals or plants to the direct airflow.
• Do not drink the drainage from the air conditioner.
• Do not pull the power supply cable.
• Do not touch the aluminum fins of heat exchanger
built-in this product to avoid personal injury when you
maintain the unit.
• Do not stand on unstable steps when operating or
cleaning this product. It may overturn and can cause
This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases.
For appropriate signal transmission between the remote
controller and the indoor unit, keep the signal receiver
away from the following items:
-- Direct sunlight or other strong lights
-- Flat-panel television screen
In rooms with instantaneous fluorescent lights, such as
inverter type ones, the signal may not be transmitted
properly. In such a case, consult the store of purchase.
2.1. Remote controller
• Take care to prevent infants and young children from
accidentally swallowing the batteries.
• To prevent malfunction or damage of the remote controller:
-- Place remote controller at where will not be exposed to
direct sunlight or excessive heat.
-- Remove batteries if the product is not going to be used for
an extended period.
• Obstacles such as a curtain or wall between the remote
controller and the indoor unit may affect the appropriate
signal transmission.
• If leaking battery fluid comes in contact with your skin, eyes,
or mouth, immediately rinse with plenty of clean water, and
consult your physician.
• Exhausted batteries must be removed immediately, and be
disposed according to the local laws and regulations of your
Do not apply strong shocks to the remote controller.
Do not pour water on the remote controller.
Do not attempt to recharge dry batteries.
Do not use dry batteries that has been recharged.
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: The setting must be done while the setting screen is
displayed for each function.
: The button is controllable only when the air conditioner is
Signal transmitter
Aim at the signal receiver of the indoor unit properly.
• Operating range is approximately 7 m.
• [ ] will appear when the signal is transmitted.
• The indoor unit will emit a beep when it receive the signal
properly. If there is no beep, press the button again.
Remote controller display
In this section, all the possible indicators are displayed for
description. In actual operation, the display is linked with the
button operation, and only shows the necessary indicators for
each setting.
For Basic operations ...................... Refer to page 4.
Starts or stops the air conditioner operation.
Changes the operation mode.
Adjusts the setting temperature.
For Airflow settings ........................ Refer to page 4.
Controls the fan speed.
Controls the vertical airflow direction.
Sets the automatic Swing operation.
Replacing batteries (R03/LR03/AAA x 2)
1~3. Put batteries as shown in the figure above.
as shown in the figure above. Use a tip of a
4. P
ballpoint pen or other small object.
• Use specified type of batteries only.
• Do not mix different types or new and used batteries together.
• Batteries can be used about 1 year in ordinary use.
• If the remote control range noticeably shortens, replace the batteries.
For Timer operations...................... Refer to page 5.
Activates or deactivates the Sleep timer.
For Powerful operation .................. Refer to page 5.
Activates or deactivates the Powerful
For Energy saving operation ......... Refer to page 5.
Sets the Off timer.
Sets the On timer.
Cancels the timer setting.
Activates or deactivates the Economy
Do not press this button in normal use.
It starts the test run (for use by authorized service personnel only).
NOTES: If the test run starts unintentionally, press
to quit the
test run.
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2.2. Indoor unit
For Manual Auto operation and
Filter indicator reset
(Refer to page 8.)
4.1. Fan speed setting
to control the fan speed.
The fan speed changes as follows.
Intake grille *1)
Air filter
Air cleaning filter
Front panel
Rating label
is selected, the fan speed depends on the operating
To increase the air cleaning effect, set the fan speed to
4.2. Airflow direction setting
Drain hose
For details of the airflow ranges, refer to "Airflow direction
■■ Vertical airflow direction setting
Horizontal airflow
direction louvers
(Refer to page 4.)
Indicator lamps *2) Remote controller signal receiver
*1) Before starting operation, make sure that the intake grille is closed
completely. Incomplete closing may affect the proper function or
performance of the product.
*2) Indicator lamps light in the following conditions.
Operation or condition
Normal operation
Timer operation
Economy operation
to adjust the vertical airflow direction.
■■ Horizontal airflow direction setting
Before you adjust the horizontal airflow direction, make sure
that the vertical airflow direction louver has been stopped
Adjust two knobs by hand.
■■ Swing operation setting
to start or stop the Swing operation.
●The Swing operation may stop temporarily when the indoor unit fan
is rotating at very low speed or is stopped.
■■ Airflow direction range
Vertical airflow direction
■■ 3 steps to start operation
1. Press
to start or stop the operation.
2. Press
to select the operation mode.
The operation mode changes as follows.
3. Press
to set the desired temperature.
The temperature changes by 1 °C increments.
Temperature setting range
18 - 30 °C
• In the Cooling or Dry mode, set the temperature lower than the
current room temperature.
• In the Fan mode, temperature control is not available.
Change by
Swing operation by
Cooling, Dry
Fan *
4 or 3
* The Swing operation range depends on the airflow direction set before
the Swing operation.
• Do not adjust the airflow direction louvers by hand.
• In the Auto mode, the airflow direction stay position 1 for a while
from the start of the operation.
• In the Cooling or Dry mode, position 1-3 is recommended to prevent
condensation drips damaging your property. If position 4-6 keeps for
30 minutes or more in these modes, the airflow direction changes to
position 3 automatically.
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NOTES: When [
] indicator on the indoor unit blinks, set the clock
and timer again. This blinking shows that the internal clock go
wrong due to an interruption of the power supply. (Refer to
page 7.)
5.1. On timer or Off timer
• When you use the On timer, set the time while the indicator on
the remote controller display is blinking.
• When you use the Off timer, set the time while the indicator on the
remote controller display is blinking.
• To deactivate the On/Off timer, press
while [ ] or [ ] is
shown on the remote controller display.
The indicator will disappear.
The Program timer operates as the combination of the On timer and Off
Set On timer and Off timer. (Refer to "5.1. On timer or Off
First, the timer set earlier will operate.
After the time set by the earlier timer passed, the timer set later will
begin the counting down.
Indicator on the remote controller display
On→Off timer
Off→On timer
NOTES: If you change the setting value for the timer after the Program
timer is set, the counting down of the timer will be reset at that
5.3. Sleep timer
Each time you press the button, the time changes as follows:
Few degrees higher than the set temperature
• In the Cooling mode, the maximum output of this operation is
approximately 70 % of usual operation.
• This operation cannot be performed during the temperature
monitoring by the Auto mode.
In the Powerful operation, the air conditioner will operate at maximum
power and strong airflow to cool down the room quickly.
to activate/deactivate the Powerful operation.
When activated, the indoor unit will emit 2 short beeps.
When deactivated, the indoor unit will emit 1 short beep.
The Powerful operation will be turned off automatically in the following
• The Powerful operation runs for a certain amount of time and the
room temperature reaches the set temperature in the Cooling or Dry
• 20 minutes after the Powerful operation has started.
• The airflow direction and the fan speed are controlled automatically.
• The Powerful operation cannot be performed simultaneously with
Economy operation.
The Sleep timer supports your comfortable sleep by moderating the air
conditioner operation gradually.
Room temperature
7.1. Powerful operation
5.2. Program timer
to activate/deactivate the Economy
] indicator on the indoor unit will turn on.
2. Each time you press the button, the time changes as follows:
It saves more electricity than other operation modes by changing the set
temperature to a moderate setting.
The On timer starts the operation at your desired time.
The Off timer stops the operation at your desired time.
1. When you use the On timer, press
When you use the Off timer, press
6.1. Economy operation
• Set the time while the
indicator on the remote controller display
is blinking.
To repeat the timer, press the button when the indicator is not
During the Sleep timer operation, the setting temperature changes as
the following figure.
In Cooling or Dry mode
Set time
1 hour
1 °C
• Before cleaning this product, be sure to turn it off and
disconnect all the power supply.
• Before starting operation, make sure that the intake
grille has been shut completely. Incomplete closing
of the intake grille might have an effect on the proper
working or performance of the air conditioner.
• If the filter cleaning involves high-place work, please
consult the authorized service personnel.
• Do not touch the aluminum fins of heat exchanger
built-in the indoor unit to avoid personal injury when
you maintain the unit.
• Do not expose the indoor unit to liquid insecticides or
hair sprays.
• Do not stand on slippery, uneven or unstable surfaces
when you maintain the unit.
2 °C
After the set time has elapsed, the air conditioner operation turns off.
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Air cleaning filters
(PM 2.5 filter)
4. Replace the air filters.
Intake grille
Indoor unit
Align the sides of the air filter with the panel, and push in fully.
Make sure to the two lower tabs are returned to their holes in the
indoor unit properly.
5. Close the intake grille.
Press 4 places on the intake grille to close it completely.
Air filter
The frequency of the cleaning is as shown in the following table.
What to do
Cleaning indoor unit body
When you notice
Cleaning air filter
Every 2 weeks
Replacing PM 2.5 filter *1)
(Model name: UTR-FA16-4)
Every 6 months
*1) Please purchase a dedicated PM 2.5 filters (UTR-FA16-4) (sold
separately) to replace a dirty old PM 2.5 filters.
Cleaning indoor unit body
• Do not use water hotter than 40 °C.
• Do not use scouring cleanser, volatile solvents such as benzene or
1. Wipe the indoor unit body gently with a soft cloth moisten
with warm water.
2. Wipe the indoor unit body gently with a dry and soft cloth.
Cleaning air filter
1. Open the intake grille.
NOTES: If dirt accumulates on the air filter, airflow will be reduced,
operating efficiency will lower, and the noise will increase.
Replacing PM 2.5 filter
1. Remove the air filters. Refer to steps 1 ~ 2 of "Cleaning air
2. Remove the air cleaning filters from the air cleaning filter
Air cleaning filter
(PM 2.5 filter)
Air cleaning filter holder
3. Set the new air cleaning filters into the air cleaning filter
NOTES: Use the PM 2.5 filter as soon as possible after opening the
package. The air cleaning effect decreases when the filters
are left in the opened package.
4. Install the air cleaning filter holders to the air holder.
Engage the 4 hooks at the rear of the air cleaning filter holder with
the latch at both ends of the air filter.
Hook (4 places at the rear)
2. Remove the air filters.
Lift up the air filters' handle, disconnect the two lower tabs, and pull
Latch (4 places)
Air filter handle
NOTES: Take care that the air cleaning filter does not project
beyond the holder.
5. Replace the air filters and close the intake grille. Refer to
steps 4 ~ 5 of "Cleaning air filter".
Hooks (2 places)
3. Remove the dust in either of the following ways.
• Cleaning with vacuum cleaner.
• Washing with mild detergent and warm water. After washing, dry the
air filters thoroughly in shade.
NOTES: Remove the PM 2.5 filter. Any rough handling can cause
damage to the PM 2.5 filter.
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Removing and installing intake grille
■■ Removing intake grille
1. Open the intake grille.
2. While pressing the left and right mounting shafts outward
gently, pull the intake grille.
Filter indicator reset (Special setting)
This function can be used if set correctly during installation. Please
consult authorized service personnel in order to use this function.
Clean the air filter when the indicator lamp show the
Indicator lamp
Blinking pattern
Blinks 3 times, at intervals of 21 seconds
After cleaning, reset the filter indicator by pushing
indoor unit for 2 seconds or less.
on the
■■ Auto-restart function
■■ Installing intake grille
1. While holding the intake grille horizontal, set the left and
right mounting shafts into the pillow blocks at the top of the
front panel.
Insert the shaft until it snaps to latch each shaft properly.
2. Close the intake grille.
3. Press 4 places on the intake grille to close it completely.
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.
If any power interruption occurs after the timer is set, counting down of
the timer will be reset.
After the power supply is resumed, [
] indicator on the indoor unit
blinks to notify you that there has been a timer fault. In such a case,
reset the clock and timer settings.
■■ Malfunctions caused by other electrical
Use of other electrical appliances such as an electric shaver or nearby
use of a wireless radio transmitter may cause the malfunction of the air
If you encounter such a malfunction, turn off the circuit breaker once.
Then turn it on again, and resume operation by using the remote
■■ Indoor unit temperature and humidity range
Permissible ranges of temperature and humidity are as follows:
Indoor temperature
Indoor humidity
After extended non-use of the unit
If you have shut down the indoor unit for 1 month or more, perform the
Fan mode operation for half a day to dry the internal parts thoroughly
before the normal operation.
Additional inspection
After long period of use, accumulated dust inside the indoor unit may
reduce the performance even if you have maintained the unit properly.
In such a case, a product inspection is recommended.
For more information, consult authorized service personnel.
18 to 32
80 or less *1)
*1) If the air conditioner is used continuously for many hours, water may
condense on the surface and drip.
• If the unit is operated under the conditions except the permissible
temperature range, the air conditioner operation may stop because
of the automatic protection circuit working.
• Depending on the operating conditions, the heat exchanger may
freeze, causing water leakage or other malfunction (in the Cooling
or Dry mode).
■■ Other information
• Do not use the air conditioner for any purpose other than room
cooling/dry, or fan.
• For the permissible ranges of temperature and humidity for the
outdoor unit, refer to the outdoor unit installation manual.
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In the following events, immediately stop operation of
the air conditioner, and disconnect all the power supply
by turning off the electrical breaker or disconnecting
the power plug. Then consult your dealer or authorized
service personnel.
As long as the unit is connected to the power supply, it
is not insulated from the power supply even if the unit is
turned off.
• Unit smells of something burning or emits smoke
• Water leaks from the unit
Does not operate at all.
□□ Has there been a power outage?
In this case, the unit restarts automatically after the power supply
is resumed. (Refer to page 7.)
□□ Has the circuit breaker been turned off?
⇒ Turn on the circuit breaker.
□□ Has a fuse blown out or the circuit breaker been tripped?
⇒ Replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker.
□□ Is the timer operating?
⇒ To check or deactivate the timer setting, refer to page 5.
Poor cooling performance.
Mist or steam is emitted from the unit.
□□ <In the Cooling or Dry mode> A thin mist may be generated by
condensation formed with sudden cooling process.
The unit operates differently from the remote controller setting.
□□ Are the batteries in the remote controller exhausted?
⇒ Replace the batteries.
Operation is delayed after restart.
□□ Has the power supply turned from Off to On suddenly?
In this case, the compressor will not operate for about 3 minutes
to prevent a blowout of the fuse.
Immediately stop operation and turn off the electrical breaker in
following cases. Then consult authorized service personnel.
• The problem persists even if you perform these checks or
• On the indoor unit, [ ] and [
] blink while [
] is blinking fast.
■■ State of indicator lamps
Lighting pattern:
□□ <In the Cooling mode> Is direct or strong sunlight shining into the
⇒ Close the curtains.
□□ <In the Cooling mode> Are there other heating apparatus or computers operating, or too many people in the room?
⇒ Turn the heating apparatus or computers off, or set the temperature lower. (Refer to page 4.)
Airflow is weak or stops.
□□ Is the fan speed set to Quiet?
⇒ To change the fan speed, refer to page 4.
□□ <In the Dry mode> The indoor unit operates at low fan speed to
adjust the room humidity, and may stop from time to time.
Any state
⇒ Clean the air filter and reset the filter
Error code display
⇒ Consult authorized service personnel.
Timer setting error because of Auto
Test run operation (for authorized
personnel only)
⇒ Reset the clock and timer settings.
□□ Is the intake grille or outlet port of indoor unit blocked?
⇒ Remove the obstructions.
□□ Is the fan speed set to Quiet?
⇒ To change the fan speed, refer to page 4.
Causes and solutions
(3 times)
□□ Is the air filter dirty?
⇒ Clean the air filter. (Refer to page 6.)
□□ Is a window or door left opened?
⇒ Close the window or the door.
Filter indicator
□□ Is the unit operating under the conditions except the permissible
temperature range?
In this case, the air conditioner may stop because of the automatic
protection circuit working.
□□ Is the room temperature adjusted appropriately?
⇒ To change the temperature setting, refer to page 4.
⇒ Press
to quit the test run.
■■ Manual Auto operation and Filter indicator
You can operate the air conditioner with
indoor unit.
on the
Length of pressing down Mode or operation
In operation More than 3 seconds
2 seconds or less
Filter indicator reset
More than 3 seconds and
less than 10 seconds
More than 10 seconds
(Only for servicing.*)
Forced cooling
*: To stop the forced cooling, press this button or
on the remote
□□ <In the Auto mode> While the monitoring operation, the fan
rotates at very low speed.
Noise is heard.
□□ Is the unit operating, or immediate after stopping operation?
In this case, refrigerant flowing sound may be heard. It may be
particularly noticeable for 2-3 minutes after starting operation.
□□ Do you hear a slight squeaking sound during the operation?
This sound is produced by the minute expansion and contraction
of the front panel caused by temperature change.
Smell coming from the unit.
□□ The air conditioner may absorb various smells generated from
interior textile, furniture, or cigarette smoke. These smells may be
emitted during the operation.
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