Using The Timer; Using The Remote Control; Other Functions; Normal Operating Sounds - Whirlpool WHAP081AW Use And Care Manual

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Using the Timer

Auto Shut-Off
You can set the air conditoner to shut off automatically
after a set number of hours, up to 24 hours.
To set Auto Shut-Off:
1. With the air conditioner in fan mode, press TIMER.
2. Use the TEMP/TIME s and t buttons select number of
hours, up to 24 hours.
3. After the set time, the air conditioner will turn off automatically.
Auto Start
You can set the air conditioner with the TIMER to start
automatically after a set number of hours.
1. With the air conditoner OFF, press TIMER.
2. Use the TEMP/TIME s and t buttons to select the number
of hours before the air conditioner should turn on, up to 24
hours. The Timer indicator light will remain lit to let you know
the timer is set.
3. After the set time, the air conditioner will start automatically in
Cooling mode with the last temperature and fan settings used.

Other Functions

BUCKET FULL Indicator
This air conditioner has an internal tank to hold
accumulated water from the condenser. Normally,
this water is evaporated and exhausted to the
outside. However, in periods of high humidity, the
internal tank may become full. If this happens,
the Bucket Full indicator will be lit and the air
conditioner will turn off until the internal tank is emptied. See
“Care and Cleaning”.

Normal Operating Sounds

When your air conditioner is operating normally, you may hear
sounds such as:
Droplets of water hitting the condenser, causing a pinging or
clicking sound. The water droplets help cool the condenser.
Air movement from the fan.
Clicks from the thermostat cycle.
Vibrations or noise due to poor wall or window construction.
A high-pitched hum or pulsating noise caused by the modern
high-efficiency compressor cycling on and off.

Using the Remote Control

The functions on the remote control operate
the same way as the touch controls on the air
conditioner control panel.
NOTE: Remote control
may vary in appearance.
Replacing the batteries in the remote
NOTE: The remote uses two AAA 1.5V batteries (included).
Replace batteries after approximately 6 months of use.
To remove the batteries:
Remove the battery compartment cover and remove the
batteries.
To reinstall the battery:
Place the batteries into the battery compartment as shown, then
reinstall the cover.
NOTE:
Do not drop the remote control; it may damage the remote
control.
Remove the batteries if the remote control is not used for a
month or longer.
Dispose of used batteries responsibly.
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