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SPLIT WALL MOUNTED TYPE
AIR CONDITIONERS OWNER'S MANUAL
NSC680F
NSC510F
NSC250F
NSC330F
NSR250F
NSR330F
NSR680F
Thank you for choosing our Air Conditioner. Please read this OWNER'S
MANUAL carefully prior to use and keep it for further reference.
This owner's manual is applicable to those split wall mounted models
whose cooling capacity is between 2000W(7000BTU/h) and 7000W
(24000BTU/h).

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    SPLIT WALL MOUNTED TYPE AIR CONDITIONERS OWNER'S MANUAL NSC680F NSC510F NSC250F NSC330F NSR250F NSR330F NSR680F Thank you for choosing our Air Conditioner. Please read this OWNER'S MANUAL carefully prior to use and keep it for further reference. This owner's manual is applicable to those split wall mounted models whose cooling capacity is between 2000W(7000BTU/h) and 7000W (24000BTU/h).

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    CONTENTS Contents Performance Parameters Safety Awareness Name of Parts Operation of Remote Controller Service and Maintenance Trouble Shooting...

  • Page 3: Performance Parameters

    PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS Model NSC330F NSC510F NSC250F NSR250F NSR330F NSR680F NSC680F Power 240V~, 50Hz Rated cooling capacity(W) 3200 2500 3500 5050 6500 2500 6600 Rated heating capacity(W) 2800 3500 7500 Cool 1280 2050 1300 2500 2500 Rated input Heat pump 1250...

  • Page 4: Safety Awareness

    SAFETY AWARENESS Read and understand thoroughly this safety awareness before use. The items indicated here are very important safety precautions, which must be followed. The following pictures are presented just for the purpose of illustration. As for some models whose cooling capacity is above 4600W(17000BTU/h), their power cables do not have a plug! So please take real objects as a reference.

  • Page 5

    SAFETY AWARENESS WARNING Clean the air conditioner with a piece of soft and dry cloth. Do not use these stuffs for cleaning: chemical solvent, insecticide, inflammable spraying materials which will damage the appearance of air conditioner. Do not sprinkle water directly on the indoor unit. Do not put burning appliances at places exposed to the airflow, it may cause incomplete combustion.

  • Page 6: Name Of Parts

    NAME OF PARTS 1.OUTDOOR UNIT AND INDOOR UNIT Air inlet Filter Front panel Air inlet Connecting pipe Drain hose Air outlet Display Deflector Drain opening Left / Right deflector (Manual operation) NOTICE Appearance of the indoor unit and outdoor unit may differ with some models. 2.DISPLAY MODELS This illustration generalizes all the displays for the models included in this manual book.

  • Page 7

    NAME OF PARTS C:LED WINDOW a. Display on the right side of the indoor unit. While using, only relevant icons will light up with their displays on. Room temp Setting temp and timer display Fan speed display Sleep mode Dry mode Electric-heat mode Time mode Heat pump mode...

  • Page 8

    NAME OF PARTS 3.EMERGENCY OPERATION SWITCH In case the batteries in the remote controller are wore out, or remote controller is at fault, use Emergency operation switch A. A. Check switch (Please leave this button to be used by the maintenance staff) Emergency Operation switch...

  • Page 9: Operation Of Remote Controller

    OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROLLER REMOTE CONTROLLER Signal ejecting window It sends signals to the indoor unit OPERATION DISPLAY SWING button I t displays the current settings. Press it to change up/down air flow direction and the deflector automatically swings up and down.

  • Page 10: Timer Operation

    OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROLLER Timer operation Timer operation SET Press button when the air conditioner is off , will flicker on the remote controller display. ¡ ± Press button while the air conditioner is operating , will flicker on the r emote controller display.

  • Page 11: Auto Mode

    OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROLLER Operation mode adjustment AUTO mode In this mode, the air conditioner can automatically adjust the room temperature to decide the most suitable temperature. At the start of operation, the air conditioner will automatically select the operation mode according to the room temperature.

  • Page 12: Fan Mode

    OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROLLER FAN mode In this mode, the outdoor unit doesn't blow out wind. Wind is only blown from the indoor unit. Press MANUAL SWING button or SWING button to change up/down air flow direction. Press FAN SPEED button to change the fan speed of indoor unit. HEAT mode(heat pump type) ¡...

  • Page 13: Service And Maintenance

    SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE Clean the front grille and air filters 1.Open the front grille by pulling the tabs on both sides and lift it up until it stops with a click. Pull out the air filters. 2.Remove all dust on the front grille and air filters with a vacuum cleaner or brush. (If the dust does not come off easily, wash them with neutral detergent dissolved in warm water below 45 .) 3.Wash them in clean water and dry them in the shade.

  • Page 14: Trouble Shooting

    TROUBLE SHOOTING The following cases are not troubles that will obstruct you in using please follow the fault analysis and continue using. Fault analysis! Is there a fault? Is it a power failure? Has the power plug fallen off? Air conditioner does Has the circuit breaker or fuse shut off not operate.

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    TROUBLE SHOOTING Fault analysis Is there a fault? The air conditioner is deicing and it takes Indoor unit fan stops 10 minutes at most.( It freezes when during heating. outdoor temperature is low and humidity is high). It automatically resumes operation about 10 minutes later.

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    Western Australia Perth 45 Sarich Court, Osborne Park 6017 131-632 For Service in outer areas, please c ontact your NEC retailer for the addr ess of the nearest Authorised NEC Service Centre NEC Australia Pty. Ltd. Home Electronics Group 244 Beecroft Road EPPING 2121...

This manual also for:

Nsc680f, Nsr250f, Nsr330f, Nsc330f, Nsr680f, Nsc510f

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