USE & OPERATION (CONTINUED)
Make sure to position the air cooler correctly before you set up and start using the product. Please refer
to the COOLER LOCATION section of the separate Safety & Maintenance Guide.
FILLING WITH WATER
Unplug the unit from the electrical power outlet before emptying or reﬁlling the water tank.
Open the Water Fill Tray located at the back of the unit. The Water Level Indicator is located at the side
of the unit. Reﬁll the water tank when water level is low. Do not ﬁll water above the "Max." water level
mark to avoid water droplets collecting on the louvers. Check the water level in the tank before running
COOL function. Make sure that the water in the tank is above the minimum water level mark.
Running the unit in COOL mode with inadequate water may cause pump failure.
Note: The water capacity refers to the total volume of water that can be contained within the air cooler
water tank and water distribution system. The water capacity in the tank at the "Max." indicator level
may be lower than the actual water capacity of the air cooler.
WARNING: Do not ﬁll water tank with dirty water or salt water. This can damage the unit and
LOW WATER ALARM
The unit is equipped with a low water sensor. In Cooling Mode, when water in the tank is below the
minimum level, you will hear a beeping sound and the
will ﬂash continuously. The unit will
automatically pause evaporative cooling.
Reﬁll the water tank to deactivate the alarm in cooling mode. First switch OFF the unit and unplug from
the power outlet. Fill the water tank with water above the minimum water level mark. Plug in and switch
To deactivate the alarm and continue using the unit as a fan (without evaporative cooling), switch the
unit OFF and then ON again. The Low Water Alarm will not activate in Fan only mode. The Low Water
Alarm will sound again if the COOL function is activated while the water tank is still empty.
CLEANING & DRAINING THE WATER TANK
Below are instructions on how to clean and maintain your air cooler. If the cooler will not be used for a
long period of time, please refer to the STORAGE & MAINTENANCE GUIDELINES located in the
separate Safety & Maintenance Guide.