OWNER'S MANUAL Floor Console Type Ductless Split Systems FB009 - FB012 Indoor Units FYB009 - FYB012 System Sets Thank you for your purchase of this air conditioner. Before attempting to use your air conditioner, please read this manual carefully and store it for future reference.
Open the Front Panel (Refer to Fig. 7-1). Fig.7-4 Fig.7-1 Remove the Air Filter. Air Outlet Selection Switch Fig.7-5 Reset the Air Filter and the Special Function Filter as they were, and close the front panel. CAUTION Do not dry out the air filter underneath direct sunshine. Fig.7-2 Take off the Special Function Filter Special Function Filter...
In order to avoid electric shock or fire, ensure that an This appliance is not intended for use by persons earth leak detector is installed. (including children) with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of proper experience and Be sure that the air conditioner is grounded.
INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT Fig.1 INDOOR UNIT OUTDOOR UNIT Air Flow Louver (at Air Outlet) Connecting Pipe Air Inlet Air Inlet (and Air Filter within) Air Outlet Installation Section Remote Controller Display Panel Drain Pipe NOTE All graphics in this manual are for explanatory purposes only. There may be slight differences from the air conditioner that you purchased (dependent on model).
Never press the button of the remote controller with a hard, pointed object. The remote controller may be damaged. CONTENTS PAGE Never replace a fuse with that of an incorrectly rated current, or other wires, when a fuse blows out. Use of wire or copper fuses may cause the unit to break IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION..............1 down, or cause a fire.
4. HINTS FOR ECONOMICAL OPERATION 3. AIR CONDITIONER OPERATIONS AND PERFORMANCE The following should be adhered to in order to ensure fully optimal performance. (Refer to corresponding chapters for details) Adjust the air flow direction properly to avoid direct draft toward Use the system with the following temperatures for safe your body.
8. THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS ARE NOT Symptom 4.2: Indoor Unit, Outdoor Unit AIR CONDITIONER TROUBLES: A continuous low hissing noise is heard when the system is in operation. Symptom 1: System does not operate This is the sound of refrigerant gas flowing through both the indoor and outdoor units.
Table 9-1 running lamp (flashes per second) Malfunction display (nixie tube) timer lamp Indoor EEPROM error Communication malfunction between the indoor and outdoor units Indoor fan speed malfunction Indoor room temperature sensor open circuit or short circuit Evaporator coil temperature sensor open circuit or short circuit Refrigerant leakage detection malfunction...
Table 9-2 Symptoms Causes Solution Power failure. Wait for the return of power. Power switch is off. Switch on the power. Fuse of power switch may have burned. Replace the fuse. Unit does not start Batteries of remote controller exhausted Replace the batteries, or check the con- or other problem of controller.
9.2 Malfunction of Remote Controller Before sending in for service or repair, check the following points. (Refer to Table 9-3) Table 9-3 Symptoms Causes Solution Check whether the MODE When the automatic mode is indicated on the display is selected, the air conditioner will "AUTO"...
7. MAINTENANCE 7. MAINTENANCE CAUTION Do not try to adjust the horizontal louver by hand. CAUTION When adjusting by hand, the mechanism may not operate properly, or condensation may drip from air outlets. Before you clean the air conditioner, be sure the power supply is off.
QSBPZU-023AEN The design and specifications of this product are subject to change without prior notice as development continues. Consult with the sales agency or manufacturer for details. Parker Davis HVAC International, Inc. 2250 NW 102 Place, Doral, FL 33172 Phone: (800) 243-0340 16122600000003 www.highseer.com 20170328...