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Whirlpool 1180435-A Owner's Manual

Whirlpool remote control 1180435-a user guide


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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Owher’s REMOTE CONTROL 1180435-A Important Safety Instructions Parts and Features Using the Remote Control Setting the Clock AUTO COOL Cycle 6 SLEEP Cycle SETTING Buttons COOL Cycle FAN ONLY Cycle DRY Cycle TIMED MODE Operation Caring for the Remote Control...
  • Page 3 Cool Impressions Air Conditioner. This will give you the temperature you like in an instant. So just think of your remote control as a video game control -just point and shoot. It’s that easy! WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION easy, the display...
  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety 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 the Room Air Condi- tioner Owner’s Manual. Do not allow children to operate or play with the air conditioner.
  • Page 5: Using The Remote Control

    Using the Remote Every time you put new batteries in the remote control, or power is interrupted, you need to -.-.--------- set the proper time of day. Make sure the time of day is correct when using the TIMED MODE Delay Start and Delay Stop operations. TO SET: 1 1.
  • Page 6: Auto Cool Cycle

    The AUTO COOL Cycle is designed to provide you with the comfort you desire by continually “learning” your preferences. Once the Cycle “learns” what temperature(s) automatically chooses a fan speed when turned on and cools the room as quickly as possible. ~.-- TO ACTIVATE AUTO COOL CYCLE:...
  • Page 7: Sleep Cycle

    The SLEEP Cycle allows your air conditioner to adjust the temperature and fan speed while you’re sleeping. The cycle “learns” your preferences to optimize your comfort. You can set the SLEEP Cycle for 1 to 8 hours. The air conditioner control panel shows the setting closest to the time set for the SLEEP Cycle (4-hour cycle shows as a 5hour cycle).
  • Page 8: Setting Buttons

    The SElTING 1 and SETTING 2 Buttons are preset. You can also change SElTING SElTING 2 to your preferences. NOTE: Every time you change the batteries, the SElTING have to reset them. Activating a set cycle TO ACTIVATE CYCLE: Press the SElTING 1 or SElTING Button.
  • Page 9 Changing a preset cycle -.^. -- ._. ~._~_. -.~- . ..-.. ._~ I -- .-_. _.~_. ’ TO CHANGE: ’ Open the battery cover (see page 16) and press the SET Button. 2. Press the F or V Button to select SETTING 1 or SElTING 3.
  • Page 10: Cool Cycle

    “- --u-w- Cycle You can set a specific temperature in the COOL Cycle instead of AUTO COOL, if desired. .--- -- -.-----_- -_--.- TO ACTIVATE COOL CYCLE: 1. Press the MENU Button. 2. Press the A Button to select COOL Cycle. 3.
  • Page 11: Fan Only Cycle

    The FAN ONLY Cycle allows you to move and circulate the air in the room without cooling it. TO ACTIVATE FAN ONLY CYCLE: ‘. Press the MENU Button. 2. Press the b Button to select the FAN ONLY Cycle. Cycle options (For a full description TO ACTIVATE...
  • Page 12: Dry Cycle

    The DRY Cycle allows your air conditioner to operate as a dehumidifier. moisture from the room air without providing significant cooling. The fan defaults to the optimal speed for the cycle. TO ACTIVATE DRY CYCLE: 1. Press MENU Button. 2. Press the 4 Button to select the DRY Cycle.
  • Page 13: Timed Mode

    The TIMED MODE Operation allows your unit to turn on or off at selected times. You can set a Delay Start and/or Delay Stop. Delay Start -__.---- TO SET DELAY START: - ------ 1. Press the TIMED MODE Button. 2. Press the A Button to select START TIME.
  • Page 14 Delay Stop ----- - -- - - - --------- TO SET DELAY STOP: ---.---- 1. Press TIMED MODE Button. 2. Press the V Button to select STOP TIME. 3. Press the A or V Button to set the desired STOP TIME. 4.
  • Page 15 To Check What Is Set TO CHECK WHAT IS SET: .I____ ----__.-_--.-..-... Press the TIMED MODE Button. 2. Press the 4 Button to select WHAT IS SET?. NOTE: The Display shows the Delay Start Time and operating cycle for a few seconds followed by the Delay Stop Time for a few seconds.
  • Page 16: Caring For The Remote Control

    Caring for the Remote Control Proper maintenance of your remote control ensures longer life. This section tells you how to perform general maintenance for your remote control. Cleaning the remote Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth. NOTE: DO NOT immerse the remote control in water.
  • Page 17: Troubleshooting

    . . . Contact the dealer from whom you pur- chased the unit or an authorized Whirlpool* service company. * Registered Buttons lose their settings and the time of Buttons and the Trademark of Wh~rtpool Corporation, U.S.A...

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