CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Always unplug the evaporative cooler from the power supply before servicing or
Regular cleaning and maintenance is an essential step in maintaining the
longevity of your evaporative cooler and ensuring that it operates free of defects.
Maintain your evaporative cooler by following these steps:
Use a soft cloth and a solution of mild soap and warm water to clean the
unit's exterior. Do not use harsh cleaners, gasoline, paint thinner, benzene,
etc., as these substances can damage the evaporative cooler.
Thoroughly dry all of the cooler's parts with a soft cloth before
reconnecting the unit to the power supply.
CLEANING THE COOLING PADS
To prevent the cooling pads from becoming clogged with dust, mineral deposits
and other buildup, we recommend that they be cleaned at least once a month.
To remove the cooling pads, use a Philips screwdriver to remove the side
and rear panels.
Rinse the pads with clean water to remove dust. For a more thorough
cleaning, use a diluted vinegar solution to wash the pad. If necessary,
immerse the pad in the diluted vinegar solution for 30 seconds to remove
hard water buildup. Be sure to rinse the pad thoroughly with clear water to
remove vinegar residue.
Allow the filter and the cooling pad to air dry completely before replacing
them in the unit. Secure the panels with the screws.
WATER TANK CLEANING