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Mitsubishi Electric 2.5KKC Operation Manual

Mitsubishi electric operation manual air conditioner plh-2, 2.5kkc.
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Air-Conditioners
PLH-2, 2.5KKC

OPERATION MANUAL

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For safe and correct use, please read this operation manual thoroughly before operating the air-conditioner unit.
FOR USER
ON/OFF –
CENTRALLY CONTROLLED
1Hr.
ON OFF
FILTER
CHECK
˚C
CLOCK
CHECK MODE
TEST RUN
STAND BY
˚C
DEFROST
NOT AVAILABLE

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  • Page 1: Operation Manual

    Air-Conditioners PLH-2, 2.5KKC OPERATION MANUAL For safe and correct use, please read this operation manual thoroughly before operating the air-conditioner unit. FOR USER ON/OFF – CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF FILTER CHECK ˚C CLOCK CHECK MODE TEST RUN STAND BY ˚C...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents 1. Safety Precautions ... 2 1.1. Installation ... 2 1.2. During operation ... 4 1.3. Disposing of the unit ... 5 2. Introduction ... 6 3. Components ... 6 3.1. Indoor unit and remote controller ... 6 3.2. Outdoor unit ... 7 4.

  • Page 3

    1. Safety Precautions 1.1. Installation 1) Outdoor unit Warning: • The outdoor unit must be installed on a stable, level surface, in a place where there is no accumulation of snow, leaves or rubbish. • Do not stand on, or place any items on the unit. You may fall down or the item may fall, causing injury.

  • Page 4: During Operation

    1. Safety Precautions 1.1. Installation 5) Power line, fuse or circuit breaker Warning: • Make sure that the unit is powered by a dedicated line. Other ap- pliances connected to the same line could cause an overload. • Make sure that there is a main power switch. •...

  • Page 5: Disposing Of The Unit

    1. Safety Precautions 1.2. During operation Warning: • Do not remove the front panel or the fan guard from the outdoor unit when it is running. You could be injured if you touch rotat- ing, hot or high-voltage parts. • Never insert fingers, sticks etc.

  • Page 6: Introduction

    POWER ON/OFF button. The automatic cooling/heating mode allows setting of an optimum room temperature to which the air conditioner automatically adjust the room temperature. s s s s s After you have read this manual, keep it and the Installation Manual in a safe place for easy reference whenever a question arises.

  • Page 7: Outdoor Unit

    A Air outlet B Air intake 4.1. Operation modes Cooling The air conditioner works to cool the room to the selected temperature. The fan blows air continuously at the selected speed. Drying (dehumidifying) ing mode The drying mode efficiently reduces the humidity in the room so that the ON/OFF –...

  • Page 8: Switching The Unit On/off

    • Check to see if the power supply is on. • The power supply should not be turned off while the air conditioner is in use. This can cause the unit to break down. 1 Press the ON/OFF button. A The ON indicator should light up.

  • Page 9: Drying (dehumidifying)

    CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK STAND BY ˚C DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA 4.4.

  • Page 10: Automatic (cooling / Heating)

    CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA 4.6.

  • Page 11: Using The Timer

    CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA 4.8.

  • Page 12

    CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA 4.8.

  • Page 13: Selecting A Fan Speed

    CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF CHECK CLOCK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA 4.8.

  • Page 14: Adjusting Vertical Airflow Direction

    CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ˚C CHECK ˚C STAND BY DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA 30˚ 70˚ 4.10. Adjusting vertical airflow direction The vertical air vane helps select the vertical direction of the airflow. 1 Press •...

  • Page 15: Tips For Best Results

    I PLP-2.5KC I PLP-2.5KB Keep the filters clean Dirty or clogged filters reduce the flow of air, making the unit less efficient. Very dirty filters may even cause damage to the unit. Remove and clean the filters at least once a week (more often, in very dusty locations). Using a vacuum cleaner is an ideal way to clean the filters.

  • Page 16: Care And Cleaning

    ON/OFF – CENTRALLY CONTROLLED ON OFF 1Hr. ˚C FILTER CHECK CLOCK CHECK MODE TEST RUN STAND BY DEFROST ˚C NOT AVAILABLE CENTRALLY CONTROLLED 1Hr. ON OFF ˚C CHECK CLOCK STAND BY ˚C DEFROST NOT AVAILABLE CLOCK ON OFF TEMP. TIMER SET REMOTE CONTROLLER PAR-JH240KA 6.1.

  • Page 17: End-of-season

    6.3. End-of-season s s s s s Press POWER ON/OFF to turn the unit off. s s s s s Turn off the main power switch. s s s s s Clean the filters and the indoor unit thoroughly. s s s s s Clean the outdoor unit and place a protective cover over it to keep ON/OFF –...

  • Page 18: Troubleshooting

    Warning: If the air conditioner operates but does not cool or heat (depending on model) the room, consult your dealer since there may be a refrigerant leak. Be sure to ask the service representative whether there is refrigerant leakage or not when repairs are carried out.

  • Page 19: Specifications

    27°C DB, 19°C WB Outdoor : 21°C DB Outdoor : Outdoor air intake temperature 46°C DB –5°C DB 21°C DB, 15.5°C WB –8.5°C DB, –9.5°C WB PLH-2.5KKC 6200 21200 2.54 6900 23500 2.30 PLH-2.5KKC ~ (1ph), 240V, 50Hz 14 - 17 35 - 39.5...

  • Page 20

    HEAD OFFICE: MITSUBISHI DENKI BLDG., 2-2-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN Printed in Japan BG79S987H02...

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