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Whirlpool 3PACH21DD0 Owner's Manual

Whirlpool room air conditioner owner's manual
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Owner’s ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS 1180867 A Note to You ....2 Important Safety Instructions ....3 Parts and Features .
  • Page 2: A Note To You

    A Note to You Thank buying a WHIRLPOOL* You have purchased a quality, world-class home appliance. Years of engineering went into its manufacture. To ensure you operate and care for your appliance properly, we have developed this Owner’s Manual. It is full of valuable information on how to operate and maintain your appliance properly and safely.
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions To reduce the risk of fire, electrical injury when using your air conditioner, safety precautions: Read all instructions before using your air conditioner. *Complete the installation requirements as described in “Installing Your Air Conditioner-” on pages 16-l 9. Do not allow children to operate or play with the air conditioner.
  • Page 4: Parts And Features

    Parts and Features This section contains captioned illustrations become familiar with where the parts and features are located and what they look like. Air condiaime serial number Control panel door ye/ Control panel on unit Temperature WARMER button AUTO COOL/ ON button Temperature COOLER button...
  • Page 5 Deluxe remote control (included with select models) This remote control also available as an accessory on some models. Display Command buttons :!3Xh...
  • Page 6: Air Conditioner

    Operating Your Air Conditioner In This Section Using the AUTO COOL Cycle..6 Modifying the temperature ... 7 Modifying the fan speed ... ’ Using the AIR SWING feature ... 7 Turning the unit off ... Using the HEAT ONLY Cycle ... 8 Using the DRY ONLY Cycle ...
  • Page 7 Modifying the temperature Although the AUTO COOL Cycle has an initial factory-preset cooling temperature, you may decide the room is too cool or too warm. When you change the temperature from the factory-preset, the air conditioner uses fuzzy logic (computerized “learning”) to remember your preferences.
  • Page 8 Turning the unit To turn the unit off, simply press the OFF Button. This stops any currently-operating cycle and the unit completely shuts off. NOTE: When turning unit off from the AUTO COOL Cycle, the air conditioner remembers any changes you made during the AUTO COOL Cycle and adjusts the cycle the next time you operate it.
  • Page 9 To modify the temperature: Press the WARMER Button to raise the temperature of the room. Press the COOLER Button to lower the temperature of the room. NOTE: Each press alters the temperature approximately 1 “C. To deactivate the HEAT ONLY Cycle: You can deactivate the HEAT ONLY Cycle two ways: Press the OFF Button.
  • Page 10 Using the SLEEP HOURS The SLEEP HOURS Cycle allows your air conditioner to optimize your comfort while you’re sleeping. The cycle allows the temperature of the room air to rise gradually until it reaches approximately 2°C above the set point temperature. NOTE: The SLEEP Cycle can be set for cooling only.
  • Page 11 .------.--.-.--.I- OFF HOURS Using the TIME The TIMED OFF HOURS Cycle allows you to program the air conditioner to turn itself off after a set period of time. Once the cycle is activated, the unit continues in the current operating cycle until the TIMED OFF HOURS Cycle is complete.
  • Page 12 IWlod’sfying ttw air direction The air output louvers, at the left side of the air conditioner’s front panel, control the direction of the cooled air. The louvers may be adjusted up or down. To adjust the air left or right, you must activate the AIR SWING feature.
  • Page 13: The Front Panel

    Personalizing Front Panel (available on select models) The appearance of the front panel can be customized to suit your tastes or to match the room. The panel has two clear, protective plastic covers that you can remove. Then, place wallpaper, fabric, pictures, etc., in the open areas and replace the protective covers. Removing the protective Place the flat edge of a screwdriver...
  • Page 14: Caring For Your Air Conditioner

    Proper maintenance of your air conditioner This section tells you how to clean your air conditioner You can always call an authorized Whirlpool* service company for annual service. Caring for the control Wipe clean with a soft, damp cloth. Make sure the cloth is not dripping wet.
  • Page 15 Caring for the slide-out The air filter helps remove dust, lint, and other particles from the air. The air filter is cleanable. Check the air filter every time you see the CHECK FILTER Indicator Light on the control panel. 1. Grasp the bottom edge of the front panel with both hands, as shown.
  • Page 16: Installing Your Air Conditioner

    Installing Your Air Conditioner In This Section ....General information General information Location Your air conditioner will work well in any location. However, the preferred location for the unit is on a wall out of direct sunlight.
  • Page 17 Provide adequate drainage. outside unit drains to the rear. Provide additional support for unit if required. Support frame c Provide adequate clearance so the air filter can be removed from the bottom of the front panel. Must be able to remove air filter Electrical requirements...
  • Page 18 Installation procedure 1. Remove the front panel. Remove tape (if any). Lift panel and take it off the cabinet. 2. Remove the shipping brackets (2). Remove the cabinet ground screw (1) and disconnect the green and yellow grounding wire. 3. Remove the rear shipping screws (2). 3.
  • Page 19 7. Slide the chassis into the cabinet. Install the cabinet seal (accessory part) between the cabinet and the frame/wall. 8. Reinstall the shipping bracket and attach with screws (2). 9. Reconnect the green and yellow grounding wire. Electrical Shock Hazard Connect ground wire when unit is in cabinet.
  • Page 20: Troubleshooting

    Obtaining Service If the problem is not due to an item Contact the dealer from whom you purchased the unit, an authorized Whirlpool* service company, or refer to the guarantee booklet included with your product. 1180867 0 1995 WhIrlpool Corporal~on .-__.

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