Daewoo DWA-122CS Specifications
PRECAUTIONS FOR PROPER USE OF AIR CONDITIONER
Please observe the following instructions.
1. Operate the Selector Switch to run or stop the unit.
- Do not use Main Power Switch or Auxiliary Power Switch to operate unit.
2. Do not stick anything into the air outlet or inlet.
- It is dangerous and it can cause injury or damage.
3. Avoid exposing your body directly to a continuous cool air - flow for long periods.
- It is not good for your health.
4. Do not pour water on the unit to clean it.
- It is dangerous and it can cause injury or damage.
Never use solvents or harsh chemicals when cleaning the unit.
When the air inlet grill and cabinet are dirty, wipe with luke - warm water (below 104°F or 40°C)
5. Avoid placing any obstacles near the inlet or outlet.
- If the inlet or outlet is blocked with any obstacle, it may cause damage to the unit.
6. Do not run or stop the unit frequently.
- If you run or stop the unit more then 4-5 times an hour, it can cause damage to the unit.
7. Wait at least 3 minutes before restarting the unit or in the case of power failure.
- If you turn on the unit within 3 minutes after power off, this can cause damage to the unit.
8. If the air conditioner is operated without an air filter, dust is not removed from the air, and resultant
accumulation in the unit may lead to a failure.
- Do not forget to install the air filter.
9. The air filter should be cleaned at least once every two weeks.
10. When the unit is cleaned, set the Selector Switch at off position.
- And then unplug the power plug.
11. Never store gasoline or other flammable liquid near the air conditioner.
- It is very dangerous.
12. Do not force the controls on the front panel too much.
- It can cause damage the controls and the unit.
13. Set a comfortable temperature.
- Very low temperature setting considerably increase power consumption.
14. Be careful to keep room temperature comfortable.
- Avoid continuous direct air flow on you or a sick person while sleeping.
15. Do not remove the plug by pulling the power cord.
- Damage to the cord and may cause shock hazard.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................2
2. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................3~8
• WINDOW REQUIREMENTS
• BASIC TOOLS NEEDED
• SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• BEFORE INSTALLATION
• STEP1-PREPARE COMPONENTS FOR INSTALLATION
• STEP2-PREPARE WINDOW FOR INSTALLATION
• STEP3-PREPARATION OF CHASSIS
• STEP4-PLACING CHASSIS
• STEP5-SECURE WINDOW SHUTTER
• STEP6-RECHECK INSTALLATION
• STEP7-INSTALL UNIT AND ASSEMBLE FRONT GRILLE
• STEP8-RECHECK THE ENTIRE INSTALLATION
3. NAMES OF MAJOR COMPONENTS ...........................................................................................9
4. OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS ..................................................................................................10
• FAN & COOLING CONTROL
• TEMPERATURE CONTROL
5. GENERAL INFORMATION ......................................................................................................11
• CHANGING AIR FLOW DIRECTION
• AIR FLOW AROUND UNIT
• DRAIN HOLE AND WATER DRIPPING OUTSIDE
6. CARE AND MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................12
• AIR FILTER
• CLEANING THE AIR CONDITIONER
7. ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS ...............................................................................................13
• ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS.
• USE OF EXTENSION CORDS
8. BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE............................................................................................14
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
ITEM
POWER SOURCE
DWC-100C/DWC-100CS DWC-121C/DWC-121CS DWA-122C/DWA-122CS DWA-150C/DWA-150CS DWA-151C/DWA-151CS
AC 115V, 60Hz, SINGLE PHASE
AC 208~230V, 60Hz, SINGLE PHASE
23.6(W) x 14.9(H) x 21.0(D) inch
DIMENSIONS
WEIGHT (NET)
600(W) x 380(H) x 535(D) mm
85.6 Ibs (38.8 Kg)-Approx.
85.6 Ibs (38.8 Kg)-Approx.
2
92.6 Ibs (42 Kg)-Approx.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
• WINDOW REQUIREMENTS
These instructions are provided for a standard double hung window
or mobile home double hung window installation in windows 27.5
inch (699mm) to 36 in (914mm). The upper and lower sash must
open sufficiently to allow a clear vertical opening of 15 in (381mm)
from the bottom of the sash to the window sill.
27.5" To 36"
Select a centrally located window on the side of the room that
14.9"
MIN
15" MIN
receives the least direct sunlight. There should be no obstruction to
air flow either inside(i.e curtains) or outside (i.e fence, wall or
bushes).
Read this entire installation manual thoroughly before beginning the
installation.
Make sure you have the necessary tools and other materials for the
job. Study the illustrations in these instructions to become familiar with important details of the installation
process.
Read the Use & Care manual to become familiar with the operation of your room air conditioner.
IMPORTANT :
It is important, both for your personal safety and to avoid possible damage to your
home, that you observe the safety instructions that are given.
After installing the unit, re-read these instructions to make sure you have completed each step and all parts are
fastened in place for a secure installation.
For best results, perform the installation procedure in the order given. Doing so will minimize the time required
to install the unit.
• BASIC TOOLS NEEDED
• Standard screwdriver
• Carpenter’s level
• Electric drill
• Phillips screwdriver
• 1/4” hex driver
• 1/8” drill bit
• Sharp knife
• Tape measure
• SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
• The air conditioner shall be installed in accordance with the national wiring regulation.
1. Install an exclusive main power switch (main circuit breaker) or GFI (Ground Fault Interrupted)
switch.
2. Be sure to use grounded power source.
3. Power source for DWC-100C, DWC-100CS, DWC-121C, DWC-121CS is 115V and DWA-122C,
DWA-122CS, DWA-150C, DWA-150CS, DWA-151C, DWA-151CS is 208~230V.
4. Consumer must pay charges for wiring and installation.
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• SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (CONTINUED)
The receptacle should be an individual branch circuit used only for this air conditioner. Be sure the electrical
service is adequate for the model air conditioner you have chosen. The complete electrical rating of your air
conditioner is stated on the name plate located at the unit’s side. Be sure the plug receptacle is close enough
for the power cord to reach it.
WARNING :
An extension cord should not be used with your air conditioner!
To minimize shock and fire hazards, proper grounding is important. For your safety and
protection,this air conditioner is equipped with a special three-prong grounding plug on the service cord.
WARNING :
Do not, under any circumstances, cut or remove the grounding prong on the plug. To do so will create a shock
hazard.
Your air conditioner must be plugged into a properly grounded and polarzied three prong receptacle. Do not
use an adapter plug. If the wall receptacle you intend to use will not accept a three-prong plug, or if you are not
sure the outlet is adequately grounded or protected by a fuse or circuit breaker, have a qualified electrician
install the proper oulet according to the National Electric Code and applicable local code.
• BEFORE INSTALLATION
Test Run Unit : Plug unit into proper power supply outlet.
Refer to operating instructions in this manual for comfortable living. Check all controls for correct
operation, then unplug unit.
Determine Correct Mounting procedure-Refer to Window Installation or Through the Wall Installation.
WARNING :
• Moving parts can cause personal injury. Be careful when test-running unit. Do not operate
unit with front grille removed .
• Be sure to use an exclusive power source.
• Contact service man for replacement of power cord.
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• Step 1 - Prepare Components For Installation
Parts for installation are as follows;
• SCREW TYPE
• Sill Bracket (2 pieces)
Type A Type B Type C Type D Type E
• Window Kit Left side (Frame ‘L+Shutter) - (1 piece)
• Window Kit Right side (Frame ‘R+Shutter) - (1 piece)
• Sash Bracket (1 piece)
• DRAIN, DRAIN seal
SHAPE
• Frame Guide Lower - (2 pieces)
• Levelling Screw (Machine M8x45) - (2 pieces)
• 1 inch Screw (M5x30) - (4 pieces)
• 5/8 inch Screw - (M4x16) - (8 pieces)
SPEC M8 x 45 M5 x 30 M4 x 16 M4 x 8 M4 x 6
• DRAIN SCREW (M4x8) - (2 pieces)
Q'TY
2
4
8
2
8
• 1/4 inch Screw (M4x6) - (8 pieces)
• Window Seal A, B (2 pieces)
Frame Guide Lower
(2 pieces)
Window Seal A (1 piece)
Window
Shutter
(2 pieces)
DRAIN Seal
Sill Bracket (2 pieces)
Window Seal B (1 piece)
Sash Bracket
(1 piece)
DRAIN
Window kit Frame
Left side (1 piece)
✽ NOTE: Use Screw
(Type D) only
Window kit Frame
Right side (1 piece)
• Step 2 - Prepare Window For Installation
1. Inspect window track, sash and sill to be sure they are strong enough to hold an air conditioner.
2. Measure width between window frame to be sure instant mount will fit in the window. Instant mount models are
designed for Windows 27.5 inch (699mm) to 36 inch (914mm) wide.
3. Mark the center of Window sill with pencil.
4. Insert Screws (Type A) into the sill bracket.
5. Attach Sill bracket to window sill using two Screws (Type B) by each bracket. The outside edge of window bracket
should be 11.8 inch (300mm) from center line.
6. Adjust Screw (Type A) so that Sill Bracket have a slight tilt by using carpenter's level meter.
Screw Type B
SASH
600mm
300mm
SI
LL
SILL BRACKET
Screw Type A
720~915mm
699~914mm
• Step 3 - Preparation of Chassis
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1. Pull the Air-filter out of the Front Grille.
2. Loosen screw which fasten Front Grille with
driver.
3. Pull knobs out of the control.
(when the knobs are too tight to release, leave
them.)
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4. Disassemble Front Grille from Chassis.
– Front Grille and chassis are fixed with snap-fit.
1) Release right-lower snap-fit.
– Push the right lower side of chassis to the left, with pushing left side of
Front Grille to the right until the snap-fit is released.
Push
Push
2) Release left-lower snap-fit.
– Push the left-lower side of chassis to the right, with pushing right
side of Front Grille to the right until the snap-fit is released.
Push
Push
3) Pull lower side of the Front Grille until it is separated from the chassis.
(when knobe remain, pull Front Grille until knobs are released from
control)
4) Push base side of the Front Grille to upper side until it is separated
from the chassis.
5) After front grille is removed, remove two screws located in both side of chassis.
6) Grip the handle of base pan and pull out the unit from chassis.
NOTICE: Do not remove any styrofoam because that is a part of the unit.
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• Step 4 - Placing Chassis
FRAME
Screw (Type E, both side)
1. Insert narrow side of ‘Frame Guide Lower’ to rectangle holes Guide Lower
located in bottom of chassis, and fasten it with Screw (Type E).
2. Insert Window Kit Frames to Top Guide and Lower Guide.
3. Fasten Shutter to side holes of Chassis with six Screws (Type E).
4. Place the chassis on the window sill and align it with Sill Bracket
and sill with Lower Frame Guide and locate window sash to Top
Frame Guide. (check the end of chassis for about 1/2 inches
(12mm) distance below the level.)
5. Attach the Window seal B to Frame Guide Top.
6. Fasten Front Chassis Bracket to sill with three Screws
(Type C).
7. Fasten Sash Bracket with Screw (Type C) to top of
indoor window sash or directly into side of window sash
or directly into side of window frame. This will prevent
raising of the window from the outside. If you have a hard Screw (Type E)
wood or metal window frame, a 1/8 inch pilot hole may
be needed in order to drive the screws.
8. Attach the Window Seal A to window (see the picture
shown in step 8, page 8)
Frame Guide Top
Window Seal B
SASH BRACKET
Screw
(Type C)
Screw (Type C)
• Step 5 - Secure Window Shutter
CAUTION Do not drill into window sash until window has
been inspected to make sure drilling or screw will
not damage any locking or lifting mechanism
located in the frame.
To provide a proper seal, pull each expandable side Window Shutter
out and up until it is tight against the window frame. Using the hole in
the top and bottom of each Window Kit Frame as a guide, secure
Window Kit Frame in window sash and on the window sill.
WINDOW
KIT FRAME
Screw (Type C)
WINDOW
SASH
WINDOW
SHUTTER
WINDOW
FRAME
Screw
(Type C)
INNER WINDOW SILL
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• Step 6 - Recheck Installation
To be sure you have correctly installed your Room Air Conditioner, review the steps and make sure all of the
parts are securely fastened in the window as the instructions show. A tight seal is essential.
Read through the Use & Care manual to become familiar with the operation of your room air conditioner.
CAUTION Do not lift window sash without holding the unit. The window sash helps keep the unit in the
window. Exercise caution when opening the window. Failure to do so many result in
personal injury and/or property damage.
• Step 7 - Install Unit and assemble Front Grille
1. Fasten Drain to Base Pan with “Type D” screws. only.
Use of any other longer screw may result in the leakage of
refrigerant and will cause serious damage to the unit.
2. Push the unit into the installed Chassis.
3. Fasten Base Pan and Chassis with screws to side holes.
4. Assemble Front Grille into Chassis holes.
– Snap Front Grille’s hook to each Chassis holes.
(Be careful the end of ventilation bar is to be located in the gap of blade.)
SEAL DRAIN
DRAIN
Screw (Type D)
CONDENSOR
CAUTION
• When the front grille is reinstalled, the DOOR
VENT should be in position first so that it
would not be bent by grille.
PAN BASE
Door Vent
5. Fasten Front Grille with screws.
6. Insert Filter into the Front Grille.
7. Push the Knobs into the control.
• Step 8 - Recheck the entire installation
WINDOW SEAL A
WINDOW SASH
TOP GUIDE
WINDOW KIT FRAME
WINDOW SEAL B
Screw (Type C, 2 pieces)
WINDOW KIT 'R & 'L
Screw (Type E, 2x4=8 pieces)
GUIDE LOWER
38mm
15
SILL BRACKET(2 pieces)
Screw (Type C, 2x1=2 pieces)
Screw (Type C, 3 pieces)
SILL
Leveling Screw (Type A, 2x1= 2 pieces)
Screw (Type B, 2x2=4 pieces)
OUTER WINDOW SILL
WALL
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NAMES OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
• DWC-100C / DWC-121C / DWA-122C / DWA-150C / DWA-151C
9
3
3
10
7
11
7
4
4
1
5
8
2
8
2
1
6
5
6
• DWC-100CS / DWC-121CS / DWA-122CS / DWA-150CS / DWA-151CS
9
3
3
10
7
11
7
4
4
8
2
1
5
8
2
1
6
5
6
12
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NO PART NAME
NO PART NAME
1
AIR FILTER
7
BLADE HORIZENTAL
2
GRILLE FRONT
8
AIR VENT
3
CABINET
9
FRAME GUIDE TOP
4
BLADE VERTICAL
10
FRAME WINDOW KIT
5
KNOB THERMOSTAT
11
SHUTTER WINDOW
6
KNOB SELECTOR
12
AUTO LOUVER S/W (DWC-100CS/DWC-121CS/DWA-122CS/DWA-150CS/DWA-151CS)
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE
• FOR MOST ECONOMICAL USE
1. Properly control the room temperature.
2. Avoid the unit being exposed to direct sunlight. Keep direct sunlight from the room.
3. Do not leave doors and windows open.
• FAN & COOLING CONTROL
The Fan Control Selector Switch has six positions.
Choose one of the speed settings by rotating the fan control Selector Switch to the appropriate position.
CAUTION
When the air conditioner has been performing its cooling operation and is turned “OFF” or set to
the ‘FAN” position, wait at least 3 minutes before resetting to the cooling operation.
OFF
Select this setting for stop all operation of air conditioner
HIGH FAN
Select this setting for high air circulation without cooling.
LOW FAN
Select this setting for quiet air circulation without cooling.
LOW COOL
Select this setting for cooling operation with LOW FAN.
MED COOL
Select this setting for cooling operation with MEDIUM FAN.
HIGH COOL
Select this setting for cooling operation with HIGH FAN.
• TEMPERATURE CONTROL
Choose a temperature settings by rotating the knob of thermostat to the appropriate position
NOTE
Setting the control at the coldest extreme of the temperature range will not cool the room any
faster. Usually the midpoint is a good starting position. If the room temperature is not satisfactory
after a reasonable period of time, adjust the temperature control to a lower or higher setting.
• The Thermostat automatically starts and stops cooling operation in
order to keep the room temperature at a proper level, and this results in
efficient use of power and economical cooling.
• Turn clockwise for a cooler room temperature.
• Turn counter-clockwise for a warmer room temperature.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
• CHANGING AIR FLOW DIRECTION
Air flow deflectors divert air from center flow to left or right and up or down.
Adjust deflectors for desired air flow pattern.
AUTO SWING (DWC-100CS, DWC-121CS, DWA-122CS, DWA-150CS, DWA-151CS)
When the auto louver switch is turned to “ON” position, the vertical louvers
AUTO SWING
automatically move right and left.
Thus, you can obtain comfortable cooling.
The vertical louvers may be stopped at any position when the auto louver
ON / OFF
switch is turned off.
• AIR FLOW AROUND UNIT
Check in door grill and outdoor louvers for air flow obstructions. Do not block air flow to and from unit. The
outdoor coil should be checked and periodically cleaned for debris that may collect and block unit air flow.
If air flow is obstructed or deflected back into unit, the compressor may cycle on and off rapidly, causing
early compressor failure.
• DRAIN HOLE AND WATER DRIPPING OUTSIDE
Locate drain hole at the rear or on the bottom of unit. Water in base pan is picked up by the fan blade and
thrown onto the warm outdoor coil where it evaporates. The air conditioner must be installed level or tilted
slightly to the outside for proper water disposal. On exceptionally hot and humid days the air conditioner
may permit excess water to pass thru rear drain hole or overflow. This should be considered normal.
• HOW TO INSTALL THE DRAIN CAP
Install the drain cap like Fig. of the right side.
There are two kinds of method to install the drain cap.
The first method is that the shape of hole like
It is good for the household.
The second method is that the shape of hole is like
It is good for the shop.
The rear side of the unit
SEAL DRAIN
Drain Cap
Screw (Type D)
• DOOR VENT
The door vent for the room air ventilation is lever type.
If the door vent lever moves to the left, then close the
vent and moves to the rght, then open the vent.
→
Close
Vent → Open
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Door Vent
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
To avoid death or personal injury due to electrical shock, turn fan control OFF and unplug power cord
before cleaning or performing maintenance. After cleaning or performing maintenance, reconnect power.
• AIR FILTER
Clean the air filter, which removes dust inside the room.
It should be washed at least once every week during operation.
1. Remove the Air Filter from the front grill by pulling to right.
2. Clean Air Filter with a vacuum cleaner or lukewarm, soapy water.
3. Shake it when clean to remove moisture completely. Reinstall.
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NOTE
A dirty Air Filter reduces air flow and the cooling capacity.
Do not operate unit without Air Filter.
• CLEANING THE AIR CONDITIONER
1. At least once a year, remove cabinet and thoroughly clean air
conditioner. Have the unit inspected by an authorized service
man to ensure unit is functioning properly.
2. Wash air conditioner with lukewarm, soapy water as needed.
Rinse and dry thoroghly.
3. If using concentrated liquid detergent, dilute in warm water first.
4. Front grill may be wiped off with a cloth dampened in a mild
detergent solution.
5. Cabinet may be washed with mild soap or detergent and
lukewarm water, then polished with liquid wax for appliances.
6. Condenser and Evaporator coils should be cleaned
at the beginning of each cooling season. Use a soft brush or vacuum
cleaner to clean them, making sure that the Condenser and Evaporator coils are not damaged.
7. Do not use abrasive cleaners. These items scrach, crack and discolor surfaces.
NOTE
To assure continued peak efficiency, condenser coils (weather side of unit) should be checked
periodically and cleaned if clogged with soot or dirt from the atmosphere.
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
• ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance is equipped with a three-prong(grounding) plug for protection against possible shock
hazards. If a two-prong wall receptacle is encountered, the customer is required to contact a qualified
electrician and have the two-prong wall receptacle replaced with a properly grounded three-prong wall
receptacle in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
WARNING :
To avoid death, personal injury or properly damage due to electrical shock, this unit must be grounded.
Do not under any circumstances cut or remove the round grounding prong from the plug.
Do not use a two prong adapter.
• USE OF EXTENSION CORD
Because of potential safety hazards under certain condition, we strongly recommend against the use of an
extension cord. However, if you still elect to use an extension cord, it is absolutely necessary that it will be a UL
listed 3-wire grounding type appliance extension cord rated has a 3-blade grounding plug and a 3-slot receptacle
that will plug into the appliance. The marked rating of the extension cord should be 125V/13A minimum for
DWC-100C, DWC-100CS, DWC-121C, DWC-121CS and 250V/10A minimum for DWA-122C, DWA-122CS,
DWA-150C, DWA-150CS, DWA-151C, DWA-151CS.
WARNING :
To avoid death, personal injury or properly damage due to electrical shock, do not use an
extension cord or pinch the power cord.
Do not remove the warning tag from the power cord.
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BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
When you find something wrong with your room air conditioner, please carefully check the following items.
If you are unable to find the cause of trouble, contact your service dealer.
Difficulty
Possible Cause
Suggested Solution
• Air conditioner does
not operate.
• No power to unit.
• Set Fan Control Select to
position other than "OFF".
• Confirm power cord is plugged in.
• Verify main power switch
(main circuit breaker) or fuse
of the unit is good.
• Little or no cooling
• Compressor lockout on initial
plug in.
• Dirty air filter
• Is there anything blocking the
front?
• Wait 3 to 4 minutes and restart
the unit.
• Clean air filter.
• When blocked by curtains,
blinds, or furnitures, etc., the air
flow is restricted and cooling
performance is affected.
• Adjust thermostat correctly.
• Check with dealer to determine
proper unit capacity for
application.
• Thermostat is not adjusted
correctly.
• Air conditioner undersized for
application.
• Noisy unit
• Loose parts
• Weak building construction.
• Water hitting fan.
•Tighten any loose parts.
• Provide additional support.
• Normal in high humidity.
• Stop noise by allowing water to
drain from base fan through
drain hole.
• Ordors from unit
• Mold, mildew or algae formation
on wet surfaces.
• Place algaecide tablet in base
pan
• Remove water in base pan
through drain hole.
• Water in base pan.
• Normal for operation in humid
areas.
• Water in base pan is picked up
by the fan blade and thrown onto
the warm outdoor coil where
water then evaporates.
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Limited Warranty
DAEWOO ELECTRONICS CORPORATION OF AMERICA warrants the following
window room air-conditioner to be free from defective material and workmanship and
agrees to remedy any such defect or to furnish a new part (at the Company’s option) in
exchange for any part of any unit of its manufacture which under normal installation,
use and service disclosed such defect, provided the unit is delivered by the owner to
store or dealer where purchased or Daewoo authorized service center. To establish
and receive warranty service at our store, dealer or our authorized service center, a
sales receipt or bill of sales is required for proof of purchase.
This warranty does not extend to any of our electronic products which have been
subjected to misuse, neglect, accident, incorrect wiring not our own, improper
installation, unauthorized modification, or to use in violation of instructions furnished by
us, nor units which have been repaired or altered outside of our factory, nor to cases
where the serial number thereof has been removed, defaced, or changed.
This warranty is in lieu of all warranties expressed or implied and no representative or
person is authorized to assume for us any other liability in connection with the sales of
our electronic products.
Over the counter exchange for units that are initially defective. Initial defective is
described as when the dealer opens the unit and finds that it is inoperative or an
individual customer opening a new unit and finding that it is initially defective. This unit
may be returned to the factory by the dealer for exchange. Under no circumstances
will an individual customer be permitted to return defective unit directly to factory.
Exchange must be directly with the dealer. When this unit is returned to dealer, a copy
of the purchase evidence stating the date of purchase is to be put in the individual box
for dealer’s further control with the factory.
MODEL
PARTS
LABOR
COMPRESSOR
DWC-100C
DWC-100CS
DWC-121C
DWC-121CS
DWA-122C
DWA-122CS
DWA-150C
DWA-150CS
DWA-151C
DWA-151CS
1 year
1 year
5 years
Note: The warranty service center list is constantly changing with the addition of our
current qualified service centers. If there is inadequate or no local service facility,
subject individual customer will call DAEWOO on the toll free number
1-800-DAEWOO8(1-800-323-9668) to be provided with further informations.
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
USE & CARE MANUAL
WINDOW TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
MODEL #:
UL and
CUL listed
C
DWC-100C, DWC-100CS
DWC-121C, DWC-121CS
DWA-122C, DWA-122CS
DWA-150C, DWA-150CS
DWA-151C, DWA-151CS
R
LISTED
US
Please read carefully and thoroughly this manual before
operating the unit.
If you still have any difficulties or problems, consult your
dealer for help or
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