Magnavox P-08PE Owner`s manual
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL: P-08PE
P-12PE
For any service needs, call 1-855-368-8606
Read This Manual
Inside you will find many helpful hints on how to use and maintain your air conditioner
properly. Just a little preventive care on your part can save you a great deal of time
and money over the life of your air conditioner. You'lll find many answers to common
problems in the Troubleshooting Tips section (page 15 ).
! CAUTION
This appliance is not intended for use by children or persons with reduced physical
sensory or mental capabilities, unless they are supervised by a responsible adult
or considered capable enough to operate the appliance safely.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
The appliance should be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
Do not operate your air conditioner in a wet room such as a bathroom or laundry room.
The appliance with electric heater should not be near any combustible materials.
Contact the authorised service technician for repair or maintenance of this unit or
have problems installing the unit.
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Safety rules . .......................................................................................................................................2
Operating conditions ..........................................................................................................................2
Electrical information .........................................................................................................................3
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Included accessories ...........................................................................................................................3
Name of parts .. .. .................................................................................................................................4
AIR CONDITIONER FEATURES
Control panel operating instructions ...................................................................................................5
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Operating instructions .......................................................................................................................6
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Placement ..........................................................................................................................................8
Window kit installation ......................................................................................................................8
Exhaust hose installation ...............................................................................................................12
Water drainage ................................................................................................................................13
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Care and maintenance ....................................................................................................................14
TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
Trouble shooting tips ........................................................................................................................15
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Safety rules
To prevent injury to the user or other people and property damage, the following instructions must be
followed. Incorrect operation may cause harm or damage.
!
Always do this
Never do this
Your air conditioner should be protected from
moisture. e.g. condensation, splashed water, etc.
Do not place or store your air conditioner where
it can fall into water or any other liquid.
Unplug immediately.
Do not operate your air conditioner in a wet room
such as a bathroom or laundry room.
Do not touch the unit with wet or damp hands or
when barefoot.
Do not press buttons with anything other than
fingers.
Do not remove any fixed covers. Do not use this
appliance if it is not working properly, or if it has
been dropped or damaged.
Never use the power plug to turn unit on or off.
Do not cover or obstruct the inlet or outlet grilles.
Do not use hazardous chemicals to clean or
come into contact with the unit. Do not use in
the presence of inflammable substances or
vapor such as alcohol, insecticides, gasoline, etc.
Do not allow children to operate the unit
unsupervised.
Do not use this product for functions other than
those described in this instruction manual.
Always transport your air conditioner in a vertical
position and place on a stable, level surface
during use.
Turn off the product when not in use.
Always contact a qualified person to carry out
repairs. If the supply cord is damaged it must be
repaired by a qualified repairer.
Keep an air path of at least 12 in. all around the
unit from walls, furniture and curtains.
If the air conditioner is knocked over during use,
turn off the unit and unplug immediately.
Energy Save
Use the unit in the recommended room size.
Place the unit where nothing can obstruct the air flow.
Keep blinds/curtains closed during the sunniest part of the day.
Keep the filters clean.
Keep doors and windows closed to keep cool air in and warm air out.
Operating conditions
The air conditioner must be operated within the temperature range indicated below:
MODE
ROOM TEMPERATURE
COOL
17 C(62 F)~35 C(95 F)
DRY
13 C(55 F)~35 C(95 F)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
HEAT (heat pump type)
5 C(41 F)~30 C(88 F)
HEAT (electrical heat type)
<30 C/88 F
O
O
O
O
O
O
Note: Performance may be reduced outside of these operating temperatures.
Suggested tools for window kit installation
1. Screwdriver(medium size Phillips)
2. Tape measure or ruler
3. Knife or scissors
4. Saw(In case the window kit needs to be cut for the window to fit for direct installation)
2
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
WARNING
For your safety
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
Avoid fire hazard or electric shock. Do not use an extension cord or an adaptor plug.
Do not remove any prong from the power cord.
WARNING
Electrical Infor mation
Be sure the power requirement is adequate for the model you have chosen. This information can be found
on the serial plate, which is located on the side of the cabinet and behind the grille.
Be sure the air conditioner is properly grounded. To minimize shock and fire hazards, proper grounding is
important. The power cord is equipped with a three-prong grounding plug for protection against shock
hazards.
Your air conditioner must be used in a properly grounded wall receptacle. If the wall receptacle you intend
to use is not adequately grounded or protected by a time delay fuse or circuit breaker, have a qualified
electrician install the proper receptacle.
Ensure the receptacle is accessible after the unit installation.
INCLUDED ACCESSORIES
PARTS
PARTS NAME
QUANTITY
FAN
HIGH
MED
LOW
TIMER ON
TIMER OFF
SET TEMPERATURE( C)
AUTO
COOL
DRY
HEAT
TEMP
ECONOMY
ON/OFF FAN SPEED
RESET LOCK
MODE
FOLLOW
LED
ME
DISPLAY TURBO
ION
SWING
Exhaust hose(supplied),adapter B
and Window Slider Kit and bolt ( )
1 set
Foam seal ( )
3 pcs
Remote Controller and Battery
(For remote control models only)
1 set
Drain hose
1 pc
NOTE: Optional parts( ), for some models only.
Check all the accessories are included in the package and please refer to the installation instructions for
their usage.
NOTE: All the illustrations in this manual are for explanation purpose only. Your air conditioner
may be slightly different.
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PARTS IDENTIFICATION
NAME OF PARTS
1
Front
2
4
1
Control Panel
2
Horizontal Louver Blade
(swings automatically)
3
Caster wheels
4
Carrying Handles
(on each side)
1
Control Panel
2
Horizontal Louver Blade
(operate manually)
3
Remote signal receptor
4
Caster wheels
5
Carrying Handles
(on each side)
3
Fig.1
Model A
1
2
3
5
4
Model B
Fig.2
Rear
6
7
9
10
Upper Air Filter
(Behind the grille)
7
Air Outlet
8
Power cord outlet
9
Air intake
10 Drain Outlet
11
8
6
12
13
Fig.3
4
11
Air intake
12
Lower Air Filter
(Behind the grille)
13
Bottom tray drain outlet
AIR CONDITIONER FEATURES
ELECTRONIC CONTROL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Before you begin, thoroughly familiarize yourself with the control panel and remote controller
and all its functions, then follow the symbols for the functions you desire.
The unit can be controlled by the unit control panel itself with the remote control .
NOTE: This manual does not include Remote Controller Operations, see the <<Remote
Controller Instruction>> packed with the unit for details.
OPERATION PANEL OF THE AIR CONDITIONER
(Only available on
models with autoswing feature)
9
6
7
6
SWING
AUTO
COOL
HEAT
DRY
ION
F
TIMER ON
MODE
HI
C
MED
SLEEP
TIMER OFF
FAN
1
Remote signal receptor
(Some models have the
8 signal receptor on the
front panel , Fig.2)
3
2
4
FAN
LOW
5
Fig.4
6
1 MODE select button
Selects the operating mode. Each time
you press the button, the mode cycles through
the following sequence: AUTO, COOL, DRY,
FAN and HEAT(not available on cooling only
models).The mode indicator light illuminates
according to the mode selected. ( Fig.4.)
UP(
) and DOWN( ) button
Used to adjust (increasing/decreasing)
temperature settings(one degree increments)
in a range of 17 C(62 F) to 30 C(88 F) or
the TIMER setting.
NOTE: The control is capable of displaying
temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
To convert from one to the other, press and
hold the Up and Down buttons at the same
time, for 3 seconds.
2 TIMER button
Used to initiate the AUTO ON start time and
AUTO OFF stop time program, in conjuction
with the
&
buttons.
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3 POWER button
Power switch on/off.
4 SLEEP button
Used to initiate the SLEEP mode.
5 FAN button
Controls the fan speed. Press to select the fan
speed in four steps-LOW, MED, HI and AUTO.
The fan speed indicator light illuminates the
corresponding fan settings except AUTO . On
AUTO fan speed, all fan indicator lights will be off.
5
LED Display
O
Shows the set temperature in C or
O
F and the Auto-timer settings.
While on DRY and FAN modes, it shows
the room temperature.
Error codes and protection code:
E1- Room temperature sensor errorUnplug the unit and plug it back in.
If error repeats, call for service.
E2- Evaporator temperature sensor errorUnplug the unit and plug it back in.
If error repeats, call for service.
E4- Display panel communication errorUnplug the unit and plug it back in.
If error repeats, call for service.
P1- Bottom tray is full - Connect the
drain hose and empty the collected
water. If error repeats, call for service.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
8 ION button(optional)
Press the ION button, to activate the ion
generator which will help to remove
pollen and impur ities from the air, and
trap them in the filter. Press again to stop.
-
9 SWING button
(Applicable to the models with auto swing feature only)
Press to change the louver angle. Press and
hold the button to initiate the Auto-Swing feature.
Operating Instructions
COOL mode
- Press the "MODE" button until the "COOL"
indicator light comes on.
- Press the UP or DOWN arrow buttons " " or "
to select your desired room temperature. The
temperature can be set within a range of
O
O
O
O
17 C-30 C/62 F-88 F.
- Press the "FAN SPEED" button to change the
fan speed.
FAN mode
- Press the "MODE" button until the
"FAN " indicator light comes on.
- Press the "FAN SPEED" button to
choose the fan speed. The temperature
settings cannot be adjusted.
- Do not put the duct to window.
TIMER mode
"
-
HEAT mode (not available on cooling only models)
- Press the "MODE" button until the "HEAT"
indicator light comes on.
- Press the UP or DOWN arrow buttons " " or " "
to select your desired room temperature. The
temperature can be set within a range of
17OC-30OC/62OF-88OF.
- Press the "FAN SPEED" button to change the
fan speed. For some models, the fan speed
can not be adjusted under HEAT mode.
-
-
-
DRY mode
- Press the "MODE" button until the "DRY" indicator
light comes on.
- In this mode, you cannot change the fan speed or
adjust the temperature. The fan motor operates at
LOW speed.
- Keep windows and doors closed for the best
dehumidifying effect.
- Do not put the duct to window.
AUTO mode
-
The air conditioner will automatically
control room temperature around the
temperature point you set .
In AUTO mode, fan speed cannot be
changed.
When you set the air conditioner in AUTO
mode, it will automatically select cooling,
heating(only on cooling only models), or fan
only operation depending on the temperature
you have selected and the current room temperature.
* Self Evaporation System works
in COOL mode only
-
While the unit is on, press the
Timer button, the TIMER OFF
indicator light illuminates. This indicates the Auto Stop program is
initiated.
While the unit is off, first press the
Timer button, the TIMER ON indicator light illuminates. This indicates
the Auto Start program is initiated.
Press or hold the UP or DOWN
button to change the Auto time by
half an h our increments, up to 10
hours, then at 1 hour increments up
to 24 hours. The control will count
down the time remaining until start.
The selected time will register in 5
second and the system will automatically revert back to display the
previous temperature setting.
Turning the unit ON or OFF at any
time or adjusting the timer setting
to 0.0 will cancel the Auto Start/
Stop program.
If a malfunction (E1 or E2) occurs,
the Auto Start/Stop program will
also be cancelled.
SLEEP mode
In SLEEP mode, the selected temperature
will increase(cooling) or decrease(heating)
by one degree every 30 minutes.The
temperature will increase(cooling) or
decrease (heating) by another one degree
for an additional 30 minutes. This new
temperature will be maintained for 7 hours
before it returns to the originally selected
temperature. This ends the Sleep mode
and the unit will continue to operate as
originally programmed.
NOTE: This feature is unavailable in
FAN or DRY mode.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Other features
Auto-Restart(only on some models)
If the unit shuts off unexpectedly due to power
outage, it will resume with the previous operation
automatically when the power comes back on.
Adjust manually
Wait 3 minutes before resuming operation
After the unit has been turned off, it cannot be
restarted immediately. This is to protect the unit
from malfunction. Operation will automatically
restart after 3 minutes have passed.
Air flow direction adjustment
The louver can be adjusted manually or
automatically depending on the model.
Adjust the air flow direction manually
(Fig.5):
The louver can be set to the desired position
manually. The max setting angle is about
6 0 O, please do not force it to open beyond the
maximum angle.
Do not place any heavy objects on the louver,
doing s o will cause damage to the unit.
Fig.5
Ensure the louver is fully opened during
heating operation.
Swings automatically
Adjust the air flow direction automatically
(Fig.6):
When the unit is turned ON, the louver opens
fully. Use the SWING button on the remote
control to adjust the louver to the desired
angle.
The louver moves at an angle of 6 for
each press until it is at maximum angle at
which point it changes swing direction.
O
Holding down the SWING button more
than 2 seconds activates the Auto swing
feature. (Fig.6)
Fig.6
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Placement
The air conditioner should be placed on a firm
foundation to minimize noise and vibration. For
safe and secure placement , place the unit on a
smooth, level floor.
B
The unit has casters for easy mobility, but it should
only be rolled on smooth, flat surfaces. Use caution
when rolling on carpet surfaces. Do not attempt to
roll the unit over objects.
A
A:1-3 ft
B:
1 ft
Fig.7
The unit must be placed within reach of a properly
grounded socket.
Never place any obstacles around the air inlet or
outlet of the unit.
Vertical
window
Allow 1 ft. to 3.3 ft. of space from the wall to the
window for efficient air-conditioning.
Window Slider kit Installation
Window Slider Kit
Minimum: 26.5 in. (2.22ft).
Maxmum:48.4 in.(4.04ft).
Fig.8
Your window slider kit has been designed to fit most
standard v ertical and horizontal window
applications, However, it may be necessary for you to
improvise/modify some aspects of the installation
procedures for certain types of window. Please refer
to Fig. 8 & Fig.9 for minimum and maximum window
openings.Window slider kit can be fixed with a bolt
(see Fig.9a).
Note: If the window opening is less than the recommended minimum length of the window slider kit,
make a hole to fit the window opening.
Never cut the hole out of the window slider kit.
Horizontal
window
Window Slider Kit
Minimum: 26.5 in. (2.22ft).
Maxmum: 48.4 in.(4.04ft).
Fig.9
bolt
Window slider kit
Fig.9a
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Fig.10
Foam seal A
(adhesive type)
Installation in a double-hung sash
window
1. Cut the foam seal(adhesive type) to the proper
length and attach it to the window sill. Fig.10
Fig.11
Window kit
26.5 ~ 48.0
2. Attach the window slider kit to the window sill.
Adjust the length of the window slider kit according
to the width of window, shorten the adjustable window
kit if the width of window is less than 26.5 inches. Open
the window sash and place the window slider kit on the
window sill. See Fig.11.
Window sill
Fig.12
Window kit
3. Cut the foam seal(adhesive type) to the proper
length and attach it on the top of the window. Shown
as in Fig.12.
Window sill
4. Close the window sash securely against the
window.
Foam seal
Fig.13
5. Cut the foam seal to an appropriate length and
seal the open gap between the top window sash
and outer window sash. Shown as in Fig.13.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Fig.14
Foam seal A
(adhesive type)
Window
panel
Fig.15
26.5 ~ 48.0
Fig.16
Installation in a sliding sash
window
1. Cut the foam seal(adhesive type) to the proper
length and attach it to the window frame,Fig.14.
2. Attach the window slider kit to the window sill.
Adjust the length of the window slider kit according
to the width of window, shorten the adjustable window
kit if the width of window is less than 26.5 inches. Open
the window sash and place the window slider kit on the
window sill. See Fig.15.
3. Cut the foam seal(adhesive type) to the proper
length and attach it on the top of the window.
Shown as in Fig.16.
4. Close the sliding sash securely against the window.
Fig.17
Foam seal
5. Cut the foam seal to an appropriate length and
seal the open gap between the top window sash
and outer window sash. Shown as in Fig.17.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Please seal the white foam seal (supplied) between the window kit and the window sill when
there is the gap between them as shown below:
Window kit
Gap
Window kit
White foam
seal
Seal the white
foam seal
Window sill
Window sill
(Fig.A)
(Fig.A1)
Window kit
Gap
Window frame
or wall
Window kit
White foam
seal
Window frame
or wall
Seal the white
foam seal
(Fig.B)
(Fig.B1)
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Exhaust hose installation:
The exhaust hose and adaptor must be attached or removed
in accordance with the usage mode.
COOL,HEAT(heat pump type)
or AUTO mode
Fig.18
FAN, DEHUMIDIFY or
HEAT(electrical heat type) mode
Attach
Remove
1. Install the window Exhaust adaptor B onto the exhaust
hose as shown in Fig.18. Refer to the previous
pages for window kit installation.
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sh
in
2. Place the Exhaust hose over against the air outlet opening
hook(See Fig.19) and flat the other end(See Fig.20) for
quick installation.
Hook
Fig.19
Note:
Cover the hole using the adaptor cap when not in use.
The duct can be compressed or extended moderately
according to the installation requirement, but it is
desirable to keep the duct length to a minimum.
Fig.20
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT OVER BEND THE DUCT (SEE Fig.21)
CAUTION:
Fig.21
Make sure that there is no obstacle around the air outlet of
the exhaust hose (in the range of 1.6 ft.) in order to the
exhaust system works properly.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Water drainage:
Remove the
drain plug
-
During dehumidifying modes, remove the drain
plug from the back of the unit, install the drain
connector(5/8 universal female mender) with
3 4 hose(locally purchased). For the models
Fig.22
without drain connector, just attach the drain
hose to the hole. Place the open end of the
hose directly over the drain area in your
basement floor. Please refer to Fig.22 & 23.
Continuous
drain hose
Fig.23
-
When the water level of the bottom tray reaches
a predetermined level, the unit beeps 8 times,
the digital display area shows P1 . At this time
the air conditioning/dehumidification process will
immediately stop. However, the fan motor will
continue to operate(this is normal).
Carefully move the unit to a drain location,
remove the bottom drain plug and let the
water drain away(Fig.24). Restart the machine
and wait for the P1 symbol to disappear .
Fig.24
If the error continues, call for service.
NOTE: Be sure to reinstall the bottom drain plug
before using the unit.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Air filter
(slide out)
Fig.25
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT:
1) Be sure to unplug the unit before cleaning or servicing.
2) Do not use gasoline, thinner or other chemicals to clean
the unit.
3) Do not wash the unit directly under a tap or using a hose.
It may cause electrical danger.
4) If the power cord is damaged, it should be repaired by
customer service or the manufacturer.
1. Air filter
-
Remove the
screw and
take the air
inlet grille
down
-
Fig.26
-
Remove the air filter
out from the grille
Fig.27
Power cord
Clean the air filter at least once every two weeks to prevent
degrading fan operation because of dust.
Removal
This unit has two filters. Grasp the upper filter tab(Fig.25),
,,
,,
pull the filter out,, then up,,. Remove the lower filter by
loosening the screw, taking down the air inlet grille, then
removing the air filter as shown in Fig.26 & 27.
Cleaning
Wash the air filter by immersing it gently in warm water
with a neutral detergent. Rinse the filter and dry in a
shady place.
Mounting
Reinsert the upper air filter from the top after cleaning, attach
the lower air filter on the air inlet grille, then install the grille
by using the screw.
2. Unit enclosure
- Use a lint-free cloth soaked in neutral detergent to clean
the unit enclosure. Finish with a dry clean cloth.
3. Unit idle for a long time
Band
-
Fig.28
-
Remove the rubber plug at the back of the unit and attach
a hose to drain outlet. Place the open end of the hose
directly over a drain or separate container to dispose of
later (See Fig.22 & 23).
Remove the plug from the bottom drain outlet, all the water
in the bottom tray should drain out (See Fig.24).
Keep the appliance running on FAN mode for half a day in
a warm room to dry the appliance inside and prevent mold
forming.
Stop the appliance and unplug it, wrapped the cord and
bundle it with the tape(Fig.28). Remove the batteries from
the remote controller.
Clean the air filter and reinstall it.
Unscrew the exhaust hose to the right or left and pull out
to detach(Fig.29), keep it safety, and cover the window
(wall) hole with the adaptor cap.
Fig.29
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TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
1. Unit does not start
when pressing
ON/OFF button
SOLUTION
- P1 appears in the display window. Drain the water in the bottom tray.
- Room temperature is lower than the set temperature.(Cooling mode)
Reset the temperature.
- The windows or doors in the room are not closed.
Make sure all the windows and doors are closed.
- There are heat sources inside the room.
Remove the heat sources if possible.
2. Not cool enough
- Exhaust air duct is not connected or blocked.
Connect the duct and make sure it can function properly.
- Temperature setting is too high. Decrease the set temperature.
- Air filter is blocked by dust. Clean the air filter.
3 . Noisy or vibration
- The ground is not level or not flat enough.
Place the unit on a flat, level ground if possible.
4. Gurgling sound
- The sound comes from the flowing of the refrigerant inside the air-conditioner.
This is normal.
5. Power shut off at
Heating mode
- The automatic over heat protection function. When the temperature
O
O
at the air outlet exceed s 70 C/158 F,th e de vice will stop.
Switch on again after the unit has cool down.
NOTE
The rating data indicated on the energy label is based
on the testing condition of installing the un-extended
air exhaust duct without adaptor A & B (The duct and
the adaptor A & B are listed in the accessories chart
of the Instruction Manual).
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trademarks of Koninklijke Philips N.V. and are used under
license from Koninklijke Philips N.V.
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