Using the exhaust
The Exhaust Control determines how air is circulated
through the air conditioner. It allows you to circulate room
air or exhaust stale/smoky air.
room air (Figure 6)
set Exhaust Control to
CLOSED. This setting allows continuous cooling.
set Exhaust Control
For maximum cooling efficiency, set the Exhaust Control
The Exhaust Control will only function when the System
or Fan Control is turned to an "on" setting.
The louvers in the,, top of the front panel allow you to control
the direction of the cooled air. Use the tabs to direct the air
up, down, right, left, or straight ahead.
See Figure 7.
When your air conditioner is operating normally, you may
hear such sounds
A "pinging" sound caused from water droplets hitting the
condenser. This is an energy efficient design whereby
the water cools the condenser.
Air movement from the fan.
Clicks from the thermostat cycling on and off.
Vibrations or noise due to poor wall or window
A high pitched hum or pulsating noise caused by the
modern high efficiency compressor cycling on and off.
You can help save energy by reducing
Improve your home's insulation. Seal doors and win-
dows. Close fireplace flue.
Close blinds or drapes on the sunny side of your house.
Check air filter often to make sure it is clean.
Do not block airflow with drapes or furniture.
Ventilate your attic. High temperatures in the attic add to
the cooling load of your air conditioner.
Try not to use heat-producing appliances during the
hottest part of the day.
Turn lights and appliances off when they are not needed.
. Keep heat registers and cool-air returns closed.
Use exhaust/venting fans while cooking, bathing, and