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Panasonic CS-XE12EKE Operating Instructions Manual

Panasonic air conditioner operating instructions
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ENGLISH
Before operating the unit, read these operating instructions thoroughly and keep them for future reference.
ESPAÑOL
Antes de utilizar la unidad, sírvase leer atentamente estas instrucciones de funcionamiento y conservarlas como futuro elemento
de consulta.
ITALIANO
Prima di utilizzare l'unità si prega di leggere attentamente le istruzioni e di conservare questo opuscolo per potervi fare riferimento
in futuro.
NEDERLANDS
Leest u voor het gebruik de instructie en bewaar deze om later te kunnen raadplegen.
PORTUGUÊS
Antes de ligar a unidade, leia cuidadosamente este manual de utilização e guarde-o para futura referência.
EΛΛΗΝΙΚΆ
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БЪЛГАРСКИ
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Manufactured by:
Panasonic HA Air-Conditioning (M) Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 2, Persiaran Tengku Ampuan, Section 21, Shah Alam Industrial Site,
40300 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.

Operating Instructions

Air Conditioner

CS-XE9EKE
CS-XE12EKE
© 2005 Panasonic HA Air-Conditioning (M) Sdn Bhd
(11969-T). All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying
and distribution is a violation of law.
F565101
CU-XE9EKE
CU-XE12EKE
2 ~ 17
18 ~ 33
34 ~ 49
50 ~ 65
66 ~ 81
82 ~ 97
98 ~ 113

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  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    40300 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. Operating Instructions Air Conditioner CS-XE9EKE CU-XE9EKE CS-XE12EKE CU-XE12EKE © 2005 Panasonic HA Air-Conditioning (M) Sdn Bhd (11969-T). All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law. F565101 2 ~ 17 18 ~ 33 34 ~ 49...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Thank you for purchasing Panasonic Air Conditioner SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ■ Definition To prevent personal injury, injury to others, or property damage, please observe the following. During Installation During Installation Incorrect operation due to • Do not install, remove and reinstall the unit by yourself; improper installation will cause leakage, electric failure to follow instructions shock or fi...
  • Page 3: Operation Condition

    End-of-Life Disposal “Instructions for end-user” for air conditioners: This air conditioner bears the above mark, indicating that electrical equipment should not be disposed of alongside general household waste. European Community countries (*), should have a dedicated collection system for these products. Do not try to dismantle the system yourself as this could have harmful effects on your health and on the environment as a result of incorrect waste handling.
  • Page 4: Product Overview

    PRODUCT OVERVIEW Note: * Movable front panel will open slightly for air intake purposes once the air conditioner operation starts. Movable front panel will remain open during air conditioner operation. It will close automatically once the air conditioner operation stops. In such a condition, do not interrupt the movable front panel movement as this may cause malfunction or unit breakdown.
  • Page 5: Remote Control

    Dry mode Ventilation operation Quiet operation Fan speed selection Air conditioner reset Manual filter cleaning Timer filter cleaning setting * For normal operation, the buttons are not in use. Troubleshooting - error code checking ● In the event of an error, the unit will stop and the timer indicator will blink.
  • Page 6: Intro To Filter Cleaning

    • The filter surface is divided into rows. Each cleaning cycle will clean one row at a time. The numbers of rows to be cleaned will be based on the air conditioner’s accumulative operation time and model purchased. The following table is an example for model 1.5 HP.
  • Page 7: Auto Filter Cleaning, Timer Filter Cleaning

    • After the filter cleaning is completed, the air conditioner operation will remain off. FORCE CLEANING FORCE CLEANING • Once the air conditioner operation time exceeds 24 hours, the unit is forced to run filter cleaning. • After the filter cleaning is completed, the air conditioner operation will resume automatically. Troubleshooting ●...
  • Page 8 About Timer Filter Cleaning • Filter cleaning timer can be set to run at a specified time daily, given that the air conditioner accumulative operation time is at least 30 minutes and above. • Filter cleaning timer overrides air-conditioner’s timer in any given setting.
  • Page 9: Manual Filter Cleaning

    Press to clean • After extended non-use, it is recommended to manually run the fi lter fi lter cleaning before air conditioner operation is initialized. manually. ► To return the fi lter cleaning device to the original position, press and hold for more than 5 seconds.
  • Page 10: Change Filter Cleaning Default Setting

    fi lter cleaning page. CHANGE FILTER CLEANING DEFAULT SETTING • As a default setting, fi lter cleaning will run automatically once the air conditioner unit is turned off. Press and hold until you hear 3 beeps (about 11 seconds).
  • Page 11: Auto, Heat, Cool, Dry, Ventilation

    AUTO, HEAT, COOL, DRY Select your desired operation. ● operations are available in all modes. ● Press to stop the operation. Troubleshooting ● Mist emerges from indoor unit. ● Heating/cooling operation does not work. ● Water fl owing sound during operations. ■...
  • Page 12 VENTILATION : Independent Operation • Ventilation operates independently. • Ventilation can be turned on when the air conditioner is in non- operation mode. • Fan speed in this setting remains as AUTO. • Press to turn off the ventilation operation.
  • Page 13: Fan Speed, Air Swing

    FAN SPEED, AIR SWING Press to select fan speed Troubleshooting ● The room has a peculiar odour. ● Indoor fan stops occasionally during automatic fan speed setting. ● Indoor fan stops occasionally during heating operation. ■ Operations Details • There are 5 fan speeds, as well as automatic*.
  • Page 14: Powerful, Quiet, Timer

    ■ Operations Details • To reach the desired set temperature quickly. • To provide a quiet surrounding. ■ Hint • To reduce power consumption during cooling operation, close the curtains to prevent the sunlight and heat from coming in. ● ●...
  • Page 15 TIMER To select ON or OFF timer. ● The timer is valid only when the clock is set correctly. ● You can set your preferred time for ON and OFF timers. The unit will turn on or off automatically. ● To cancel ON or OFF timer, press Troubleshooting ●...
  • Page 16: Care & Maintenance

    ■ Washing Instructions • Do not use benzene, thinner, bleach or scouring powder. ≃ • Use only soaps ( pH7) or neutral household detergent . • Do not use water hotter than 40°C. INDOOR UNIT • Wipe the unit gently with a soft, dry cloth.
  • Page 17 • Air conditioner installed near a kitchen is more likely to run a risk of damaging the air conditioner fi lter caused by oily air and dust. A fi lter exposed to excessive oily air cannot be cleaned thoroughly with auto fi...
  • Page 18 SEASONAL INSPECTION AFTER EXTENDED NON-USE: • Checking of remote control batteries. • No obstruction at inlet and outlet vents. • After 15 minutes of operation, it is normal to have the following temperature difference between inlet and outlet vents: Cooling: ≥ 8°C Heating: ≥...
  • Page 19 NON SERVICEABLE CRITERIAS TURN OFF POWER SUPPLY and CALL Authorized Distributor under the following conditions: • Abnormal noise during operation. • Water/foreign particles have entered the Remote Control. • Water leak from Indoor unit. NO UTILICE LA UNIDAD SI... Si se dan las siguientes circunstancias, CORTE LA ALIMENTACIÓN y LLAME al distribuidor autorizado •...
  • Page 20 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Printed in Malaysia Web Site: http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/ F565101 OPSC0601-02...

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