USE & OPERATION (CONTINUED)
CLEANING THE HONEYCOMB COOLING MEDIA
The appliance is supplied with two Honeycomb Cooling Media pads.
The Honeycomb Cooling Media are located inside the Front & Rear Grills. See Step 1 to Step 5 for
instructions on how to remove them from the unit for cleaning and maintenance.
Do not run the unit in COOL mode with stale water in the tank. You must empty the water tank and
reﬁll with fresh water, especially if the tank has not been cleaned in a long time.
The cleaning frequency for the Honeycomb media depends on local air and water conditions. In areas
where the mineral content of water is high, mineral deposits may build up on the Honeycomb Cooling
Media and restrict air ﬂow. Draining the water tank and reﬁlling with fresh water at least once a week
will help reduce mineral deposits. If mineral deposits remain on the Honeycomb Cooling Media, the
media should be removed and washed under fresh water. The media should be cleaned every two
months or sooner, depending on your needs.
For best results allow the Honeycomb Cooling Media to dry after each use by turning off the cool
function 15 minutes before turning the unit off.
Removing the Honeycomb Cooling Media:
Remove the screws from the Front Grill of the Air Cooler.
Carefully pull out the Front Grill from the Air Cooler.
The Honeycomb Cooling Pad is secured on the Honeycomb Frame that is ﬁxed in place by screws
on the Left and Right Side of the Honeycomb Frame. Remove these screws to release the
Honeycomb Frame Cover.
Pull out the Honeycomb Frame Cover and Honeycomb Cooling Pad. Replace with the new
Honeycomb Cooling Pad by put into the grooves of the Honeycomb Frame until it ﬁts comfortably
and securely in place on the frame. Replace the Honeycomb Frame Cover rear back onto the
Honeycomb Frame by replacing the screws and tightening them in place. This secures the
Honeycomb Cooling Pad in place on the Honeycomb Frame.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 to remove the Honeycomb Cooling Pad on the Rear Grill.
WARNING: DO NOT operate the Air Cooler when the Front or Rear Grills are removed from the Air
Cooler, or if there is a loose-ﬁtting Front or Rear Grill. Doing so can cause serious injury or dangerous