Operating Your Air Conditioner
To obtain the best possible results from your air conditioner,
it is important that you operate it
properly. This section tells you how to set the controls and how to direct the cooled air.
your air conditioner
1. Set Exhaust Control
to CLOSED for
maximum cooling performance.
"Using the exhaust vent control" on
2. Set the Fan Control
to the desired
setting. You can use either the ENERGY
SAVER or NORMAL FAN settings. (See
'Using the energy saver settings" on
for normal cooling
-to circulate room air without
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug unit onfy into grounded electrical
*Do not uw an extension cord.
Do not operate unit with the front panel
Failure to follow the above precautions
couki result in electrical shock or per-
3. Turn the Thermostat Controi
to a mid
setting. You can adjust the air condi-
tioner's cooling performance by turning
the Thermostat Control clc&wise
more cooling or counterclockwise
cooling. You will need to experiment to
find the setting which suits you best.
lf you turn the air conditioner
off, or if the compressor tums off when you
lower the Thermostat Control, wait at feast
3 minutes before turning the air conditioner
back on. If you don't waft, you may blow a
fuse or trip a circuit breaker.