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Unit/Control Panel/LCD Display
(Low Temperature/High Humidity)
INTELLIGENT LAUNDRY/NIGHT LAUNDRY
AUTO
HIGH/LOW/EASY
OFF TIMER/ON TIMER

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   Summary of Contents for Mitsubishi Electric MJ-E152AF-H

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    Unit/Control Panel/LCD Display (Low Temperature/High Humidity) INTELLIGENT LAUNDRY/NIGHT LAUNDRY AUTO HIGH/LOW/EASY OFF TIMER/ON TIMER...

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    Recommended Ways of Using the Unit...

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    Features of This Dehumidifier If you pour cold water into a cup, the air around it becomes cold, causing water droplets to form on the surface of the cup. The dehumidifier takes advantage of this phenomenon to remove moisture from the air. 1 The unit draws air from the room, cools it with its cooling coil, causing the moisture to transform into water droplets.

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    Do not place under objects or use with the end close to the plug bent. (Keep pets from biting the cord.) This may Refer servicing to your dealer or Mitsubishi Electric Service Centre. The cord may be damaged Failing to do so may This may ∗...

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    CAUTION This results in poor ventilation and This may of the items stored. Water may leak into the unit adversely affecting electric insulation and by short- Be especially careful when circuiting. using the unit where there is someone who is unable to adjust the humidity (infant, child, or elderly person).

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    Precautions (Cont.) Tips on Dehumidification CAUTION When removing the plug from the power socket, do not pull on it diagonally or by the cord as this may cause the projections/wiring to be damaged • Remove water from the laundry. • Pull to remove any wrinkles on the laundry. When the unit is on, the •...

  • Page 7: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Names and Functions of Parts Front The water tank may contain water residue at time of purchase. This is from final product testing at the factory Do not cover. and is not due to a defect. Back Accessory (Hereafter referred to as simply “silver ion filter”) Silver ion filter is supplied with the unit at the time of purchase.

  • Page 8: Control Panel

    Names and Functions of Parts (Cont.) Control Panel Switches operating modes. The lamp for the Sets swinging louvre selected mode lights. direction or locks it into position. Switches laundry Sets the humidity. modes. Sets timer. LCD Display Indicates the selected operating mode. Indicates the approximate humidity.

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    Lights when the tank is full of water. Lights during operation. Flashes during the DRYING INSIDE Turns the power ON/ operation. OFF. Lights when the DRYING INSIDE operation is waiting to begin. Use this to switch the DRYING INSIDE operation ON and OFF.

  • Page 10: Before Using Your Dehumidifier

    Before Using Your Dehumidifier Setting the silver ion filter The silver ion filter is supplied with the unit at time of purchase. Please install it before using the unit. Performance is unaffected even if the metal fin inside the unit are slightly bent. Make sure the silver ion filter is attached to the unit.

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    Inserting the water Plugging the power cord tank correctly into the power socket Make sure the tank is inserted correctly. Make sure Use a 220V AC power socket only. the tank is not broken or cracked. If the louvre is open, it closes automatically.

  • Page 12: Drying Laundry

    Drying Laundry When in the operation of INTELLIGENT LAUNDRY or NIGHT LAUNDRY, the unit stops automatically when the laundry is dry. Blip (for compressor protection) The dehumidifier remembers the laundry mode. Even if the plug is disconnected or the power is turned off, the unit restarts at the previous setting.

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    Make full use of the laundry drying operation to shorten the laundry drying time. The drying time for the thicker parts of the laundry is probably longer. <The following conditions will cause longer drying time> The laundry is of a large volume. The room temperature is lower.

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    Dehumidifying There are 5 operation modes to choose from: HIGH, LOW, MILDEW GUARD, EASY and AUTO. (HIGH, LOW, EASY ... , MILDEW GUARD ... AUTO Blip In order to maintain the humidity level, the unit operates intermittently after automatic switching of air flow rate.

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    HIGH • LOW • EASY Blip The blower operates continuously in HIGH airflow mode. It is recommended for strong dehumidification. The blower operates continuously in LOW airflow Blip Blip mode. Blip Blip It is recommended when you want to dehumidify with lower blower sounds.

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    Reducing Growth of Mildew in Bathroom (MILDEW GUARD) In this mode, the unit can dehumidify the bathroom to remove residual moisture and water drops, thus suppressing the mildew growth as a means of mildew prevention. Blip Adjust the unit so that the Adjust the unit so that the blowing air can be delivered blowing air can be delivered...

  • Page 17: Using Louvre

    Using Louvre The louvre can be made to swing. Select from the 5 possible settings to suit the purpose. Blip Remove the plug from the power socket and connect again, automatic louvre stops. Louvre stops in a vertical position, and louvre display screen will disappear.

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    Using Timer The OFF TIMER can be set OFF TIMER operation between 1 to 9 hours. Set the timer when the power is switched on. Setting OFF TIMER Cancellation Press POWER switch Select the desired operation mode. Blip Select the desired louvre swing direction. →...

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    The ON TIMER can be set between 1 to 9 hours. ON TIMER operation Set the timer when the POWER is off. 1 . 5 Setting ON TIMER Blip ..Blip Blip Blip Canceling ON TIMER No display (continuous operation)

  • Page 20: Automatic Operation

    Drying Inside Operation The inside of the unit can be dried to suppress mildew growth on the cooler. The DRYING INSIDE operation is recommended after each use of the unit (approx. one hour). Automatic Operation Manual Operation The DRYING INSIDE operation can only start To activate DRYING INSIDE operation after each use when the POWER is OFF.

  • Page 21: Using Child Lock

    Using Child Lock Carrying the Unit The switches can be locked. To prevent children from operating this unit, use this function. Casters can be used to move the unit. First make sure to remove water from the water tank and close the louvre before carrying the unit.

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    Draining When the tank is full (approximately 5 L), the unit automatically stops and the FULL lamp lights. Please empty the tank. After pouring out the water, replace the water tank, and the FULL lamp will go out. The unit restarts. When the FULL lamp is on, other operations are forbidden except for pressing the POWER switch.

  • Page 23: Continuous Drainage

    Continuous Drainage If a drain is available, the unit can continuously drain water by attaching a commercially available hose (with an internal diameter of 15 mm) to the drain. The unit can be operated for a long period of time without the need to empty the water tank. CAUTION Long enough to reach the drain.

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    Maintenance Do not use detergents, cleaning agents for heat exchange equipment, decontaminative powders, chemically treated cloth, gasoline, volatile oil, thinners, etc. They can damage the water tank or main body, which may result in leakage. When Cleaning the Unit Once Every Three Months Water tank •...

  • Page 25: Replacement Parts

    Replacement Storage and Parts Disposal The silver ion filter is consumable. Please replace the filter as scheduled. After switching the unit POWER off, leave for one day until any residual water inside is removed. Then carry out the following steps. DRYING INSIDE operation is recommended for prevention of mildew growth inside the unit.

  • Page 26: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting The unit blows out warm air because dehumidified air passes through the re-heater. (There is no cooler function.) This is not a malfunction. Check to see if the temperature/humidity is low. At first, confirm the current humidity. Low humidity reduces dehumidifying effectiveness.

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    The discharged moisture may emit an odor. It is common that the silver ion filter cannot eliminate all the odors and the odors can be absorbed by moisture inside the unit. Stop operation and contact Mitsubishi Electric Service Centre. Check to see if the power cord is plugged properly. →...

  • Page 28: Specifications

    If the unit has any malfunctions, contact the Mitsubishi Electric Service Centre. General Agent in Hong Kong Mitsubishi Electric Ryoden Air-Conditioning & Visual Information Systems (Hong Kong) Limited. Head office – Tel.: 2510 1505, Service Centre – Tel.: 2427 8484 ZT936Z177H12...

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