PC53 operation installation manual
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
MODEL: CELSIUS PC53
INVERTER
PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER
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14. Please do not turn off the unit at the power point when the unit is running. Use the
VERY IMPORTANT
power button to turn unit off before turning off at power point.
Do not install or use your portable air conditioning unit
before carefully reading this instruction manual.
15. If the unit was turned off at the power point please wait at least 3 minutes before
restarting the unit.
Please retain this manual for product warranty and future
reference
Important.
CAUTION
1." DO NOT BLOCK VENTILATION "! Please ensure the inlet and outlet ventilation is
The air conditioning unit must always be stored and
transported upright.
In case of doubt we suggest to wait for at least 24
hours before you start the air-conditioning unit.
not blocked.
2. Always operate this unit on a horizontal surface to avoid water leakage.
3. Do not operate this unit in a corrosive environment.
PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER
4. Operate this unit in an ambient of 32 degree centigrade or less when the unit is in
Your Air Conditioner has been designed and manufactured to the highest
the cooling function. Contrarily, when the unit is in the heating function, the ambient
standards of modern engineering. This unit has been specifically designed
temperature is less 23 degree centigrade
5. Clean the air filter periodically to enjoy the most efficient cooling.
6. If you have turned the unit off, please wait at least 3 minutes before restarting.
This is to prevent any damage to the compressor.
7. This unit needs to be plugged into a 10 Amp power point. Please do not use
extension cords with this unit.
8. This unit is for indoor operation only.
9. Please ensure the adjustable air vent is open whilst in operation. The exhaust hose and
drain pipe must be extended to the closest window prior to use.
10. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, service
agent or similarly qualified person.
11. The batteries from the remote control must be removed from the appliance
before it is scrapped and disposed of safely.
12. 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
to provide comfort in any room, particularly in warmer conditions.
Features include:
- Easy glide castors – can be moved easily from room to room
- Simple DIY installation – no electrician required – just plug into a
standard 10 amp powerpoint!
- Powerful dehumidification process and filtered air cycle for
improved breathing conditions
- Remote control and soft touch control panel
- 24 hour programmable timer that can be used with either the air
conditioning or dehumidification setting
- Unique sleep control function
- Inverter technology for fast and efficient cooling
- Self evaporative system ensuring no drip tray or hose is required
- 220-240 Volt 50Hz operation
- 1.8 meter cord with plug
person responsible for their safety.
13. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
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NAMES OF THE PARTS
PUSH BUTTON SWITCHES & DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION
1.
Controls
2.
Display screen
3.
Adjustable air vent
4.
Window kit adaptor
5.
Exhaust tube
6.
Drain hose
7.
Cool air inlet
8.
Cool air filter
1. POWER KEY
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Hot air inlet
2. FUNCTION
Press to turn unit "ON" or "OFF".
Press this key to select cooling or Dehumidification.
During dehumidifying function, when “dh” is displayed, temperature cannot be
10. Drain plug
set.
11. Hot air filter
3. TEMPERATURE
REGULATION
This key raises the preset temperature by 1
each time it is
pressed to a maximum of 30 .
KEY (UP)
4. TEMPERATURE
Note: Please ensure drain plug is fitted before use. ( 10 )
REGULATION
This key lowers the preset temperature by 1
pressed to a minimum of 17
each time it is
during cooling.
KEY (DOWN)
In normal conditions, the temperature data which appears on the panel is the ambient
temperature, not the temperature which is set by the user. When the user has adjusted and
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set the temperature to his requirement, the data on the panel will return to the ambient
Press to select either LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH or AUTO fan speed.
6. SPEED
If "AUTO" is selected, the unit will choose to operates at maximum middle
temperature 5 seconds later.
or minimum fan speed automatically according to the difference between
The ambient temperature will descend or change according to the temperature which is set
room temperature and setting temperature.
by the user, but the temperature descendant time and speed will depend on the
If "HIGH" is selected, the unit operates at maximum cooling capacity no
environment and space where the unit is situated.
matter what the setting temperature is. The "MEDIUM" OR “LOW" comes
For example, if the ambient temperature is too hot or the room is too large, the speed for the
to the same. Automatically setting Dehumidify function: fan speed at LOW.
temperature descent is absolutely slow, and the cooling efficiency will be poor as well.
Heating function: fan speed at LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH.
5. L.E.D. DISPLAY
Indicates the temperature or the time setting. After any time set
the display will return to the room temperature.
7. PROGRAMMABLE
TIMER-ON: The timer-on is used to turn on the unit automati-
TIMER
cally after the set time is over.
Error self-check and display
Error display
(Timer-on key is correspond to the functional indicator light)
1. Press the "TIMER" key at stand-by status to set the time.
When the air conditioning unit has problems, the cooling system will shut off, the show
Choose the function desired (refrigeration, heat or dehumidification.)
PCB will desplay as below:
Error
code
E1
E2
E3
automatically.
failure diagnosis
3. Press the "POWER" key before time out, the set time will
be cancelled and the unit will turn on.
room temperature sensor
failure
Evaporator temperature sensor
failure
compressor air outlet
TIMER-OFF: The timer-off is used to turn off the unit automatically after the setting time is over.
display: open circuit or short circuit for 10s in
1. Press the "TIMER" key at stand-by status to set the time
temperature sensor.
desired.
cleanup: temperature sensor get right for 5s.
2. Once the set hour has come to an end, the unit will turn off automatically.
3. By pressing the "POWER" key before the time has been reached,
temperature sensor fault
between the compressor drive
plate and main PCB
Water tank full failure .
E7
2. Once the set hour has come to an end, the unit will turn on
eerror description
the data transmission eerror
E4
Programmable timer ON/OFF key.
indicator.( Water tank full
indicator turn on).
the set time will be cancelled and the unit will turn off.
Dispay: data transmission intermit for 20s.
8.SLEEP CONTROL
Cleanup: data transmission ger right.
FUNCTIE
1. Sleep comfort mode under cooling setting , the temperature
will be increased by 1
after 1 hour. Subsequently,the
temperature will be increased by 2
Display: water level sensor short circuit for
3s.
Cleanup: water level sensor open circuit for
3s.
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after 2 hours .And it thereafter
maintains this setting without further changes.
2. Under dehumidification mode, no sleep mode can be chosen.
3. Low fan speed is maintained under sleep comfort mode.
4. Sleep comfort mode under heating setting , the temperature will be
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decreased by 1
after 1 hour. Subsequently,the temperature will be
decreased by 2
after 2 hours .And it maintains this setting without
further changes.
9.”E7”
When the unit warns of ‘full water’, please unplug the water stopper at the back of
the unit and then lean the unit to drain the water out. Then the unit can be restarted. If
the E7 is presented again, your unit will need to be repaired by a qualified electrician
or returned to the store if still under guarantee.
Note: Heating function does not operate if the ambient temperature is over 23 .
The unit can defrost automatically and display “Df” if the ambient temperature is
above 20 .
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTION
1. POWER
Stop/Start switch
2. FUNC
Function “MODE” selector
3. TIMER
Hourly programming
4. AUTO
Automatic fan speed
5. HI
High fan speed
6. MID
Medium fan speed
7. LOW
Low fan speed
8. SLEEP
Night operation selector
9. TEMP.
Temperature selector
INSTALLATION
Install the portable air conditioner in a flat and spacious location where
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the air inlets and outlets will not be blocked. A minimum clearance of
40cm from a wall or other obstacles should be kept (as depicted below).
The appliance should not be used in the laundry.
To remove the air filter, please follow the arrow direction and push the
filter lightly, then take out the filter for cleaning.
MAINTENANCE
PLEASE DISCONNECT THE POWER CORD BEFORE YOU PROCEED WITH
MAINTENANCE
AIR FILTER
The two air filters located at the back of the unit can be removed, simply
by gripping the filter handle and pulling the frame sideways.
CABINET
Wipe with a damp cloth and polish with a soft cloth.
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POWER SUPPLY
(1) Confirm the correct power.
(2) Insert the plug into the power outlet firmly.
In case of a dangerous water leak, prevent the power cord from
getting wet.
(3) Do not pull the power cord with force as it may damage components
within the power cable.
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PLACE OF USE
(1) Because the machine exerts hot air, please don’t operate it in a confined
EXHAUST PIPE AND DRAIN PIPE
place.
(2) Don’t place the machine in a sunlit corner otherwise the colours of the
cabinet will fade.
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HELPFUL HINTS
To remove the exhaust pipe, press down slightly and pull away from the
unit – turn anti-clockwise.
This unit is fitted with a special thermal cut off device.
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Picture indicates the removal of the exhaust pipe.
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Please ensure the exhaust pipe is extended to the closest window before
When selecting the refrigerating function, the unit should operate in room
temperatures between 17-32 .
operating this unit.
Please ensure the unit is not placed against objects which will obstruct air
intake (i.e. furniture or curtains) as this will affect its performance.
Do not place the unit in direct sunlight, as this may cause the unit to overheat
and turn off.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Never try to repair or dismantle the air conditioner yourself. Unauthorized repairs may
result in the loss of warranty and can endanger the user and the property.
Problem
The air
Cause
Solution
No power supply.
Connect to a functioning power
The alarm light is on.
Empty the internal water
conditioner does
not function.
outlet and switch on.
container.
The air
conditioner does
not seem to
perform.
Timer function is active.
Deactivate TIMER function.
In direct sunlight.
Close curtains.
Windows or doors open or
Close doors and windows, turn off
another cooling source in the
alternate cooling sources.
room.
Dirty filter
Clean the filter(s).
Air inlet or air outlet blocked.
Remove the blockage.
Room temperature lower
Change temperature selection.
than the selected value.
The unit is noisy.
Unit is not level.
Place on an even, solid surface
(less vibrations.)
The compressor
The overheat protection is
Wait 30 minutes until the
does not work.
activated.
temperature has decreased, then
turn the unit on again.
The remote
control does not
function.
Distance too long.
Make sure the remote control is
Remote control signal not
detected by the control panel.
The batteries have drained
correctly aimed at the control
panel.
Replace the batteries.
To correct problems not mentioned in the table and/or if the recommended solutions fail
to solve the problem, please contact an authorized service centre.
SPECIFICATIONS
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Model No.
PCI53-06MI
Power Source
220-240V~50Hz AC
Power Consumption(EN14511)
2200W
Rated Power(EN60335)
2300W
Cooling Capacity
5300W
Air Flow
600 M3/H
Moisture Removed
70 L/DAY
Refrigerant
R410A
Dimensions (mm)
476W x 358D x 840H
(CE) N 842/2006:
R410A is a kind of fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by
the Kyoto Protocol.
Its total global warming potential (GWP) is 1975.
This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with
other household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible
harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste
disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of
material resources. To return your used device, please use the return
and collection systems or contact the retailer where the product was
purchased. They can take this product for environmental safe
recycling.
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