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Panasonic CW-XN181AM Series Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions
Air Conditioner
Model No.
Window Unit
CW-XN181AM series
CW-LN181AM series
CW-XN121AM series
Operating Instructions
Air Conditioner
Thank you for purchasing Panasonic Air Conditioner.
Installation instructions attached.
Before operating the unit, read these operating
instructions thoroughly and keep them for future



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  • Page 1 Air Conditioner Model No. Window Unit CW-XN181AM series CW-LN181AM series CW-XN121AM series Operating Instructions Air Conditioner Thank you for purchasing Panasonic Air Conditioner. Installation instructions attached. Before operating the unit, read these operating instructions thoroughly and keep them for future reference.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Safety Precautions..............1 Precaution for using R32 refrigerant..........2 Parts Identification..............2 FEATURES Display Panel................3 Remote Control .................3 Operational Instructions............4-5 Preparation Before Operation............6 Air-conditioner Installation.............7-10 Air-conditioner Operation.............11-12 Energy Saving Hints..............13 Care and Maintenance.............14 Troubleshooting..............15...
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Please observe these following safety precautions when using your air conditioner. Failure or negligence in observing these safety precautions could cause fire, electrical shock or personal injury. This sign warns of risk of death or serious injury. WARNING This sign warns of risk of injury or damage to property.
  • Page 5: Precaution For Using R32 Refrigerant

    PRECAUTION FOR USING R32 REFRIGERANT AIR CONDITIONER CAUTION REFRIGERANT This Air Conditioner contains and operates with refrigerant R32. THIS PRODUCT MUST ONLY BE INSTALLED OR SERVICED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL. Refer to National, State, Territory and local legislation, regulations, codes, installation & operation manuals, before the installation, maintenance and/or service of this product.
  • Page 6: Features

    FEATURES DISPLAY PANEL REMOTE CONTROL Cool Fan Speed Air Swing Timer Off Timer On Power On/Off Button Temperature Buttons Mode Selection Button Fan Speed Button Sleep Selection Button Air Swing Button Timer Selection Button Set Button Cancel Button Powerful Selection Button Maximum distance 7meters Note : 1.
  • Page 7: Operational Instructions

    OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS INTRODUCTION This document describes the functional details of the Remote Controller for Window Air Conditioner. The receiver unit receives command from the user (By Remote Transmitter or Keys on the Receiver Board) and takes action accordingly by processing the received command in order to control the various sub units of the air conditioner. GENERAL FEATURES The controller receiver has following general features Preset temperature setting from 16°C to 30°C...
  • Page 8 OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS FEATURES : a) Fan Speed Low. b) Swing ON/OFF c) Temp can be set from 16 º C to 30 º C. FAN : In this mode, Compressor will be switched off. High, Medium or Low Fan speed can be selected with the transmitter or Fan key. AUTO FAN SPEED (in Cool Mode) : While increasing room temp: Low fan change to medium when room temp>...
  • Page 9: Preparation Before Operation

    PREPARATION BEFORE OPERATION NOTES : WARNING If the unit is not going to be used for an extended period of time, remove the power Ensure that the power plug plug. Otherwise, approximately 2.5W of is securely inserted. electricity will be used even if the unit has A loose plug may cause fire been turned off using the remove control.
  • Page 10: Air-Conditioner Installation

    A/C INSTALLATION Do not install the unit near a heat source, steam source and flammable gas. Select a location where the power supply is within 1.5 metres (59 Inches). Prepare the installation hole slightly bigger than the actual cabinet size. Ensure that the minimum distances around the unit are maintained as shown below.
  • Page 11 A/C INSTALLATION INSTALLATION PROCEDURES Remove the cabinet screws. Depending upon the location of the AC LN Series from left (1 nos) and outlet, route the AC cord to either right (1 nos) side. left or right side while installing the XN Series from back side (2 nos).
  • Page 12 A/C INSTALLATION REMOVAL OF FRONT GRILLE Remove the front grille. To open grille, raise the grille to upward direction & take out filter for cleaning. (a) Remove air filter then remove the screw on the front. (b) At bottom right side of the front grille, press inward on cabinet near the power cord, and pull the grille outward to the right until right tab releases.
  • Page 13 A/C INSTALLATION CONDENSED WATER DRAINAGE DRAIN WATER T o achieve maximum cooling efficiency, the airconditioner is designed to splash the condensation water on the condenser coil. Screw In order to avoid the splashing sound, an external drain can be Drain Pan provided by using the following procedure.
  • Page 14: Air-Conditioner Operation

    A/C OPERATION OPERATING THE UNIT Start operation by pressing OFF/ON Button. The operation will turn on and the display panel will light up. To stop the operation, press the OFF/ON Button again. POWER The unit will stop operating and the display panel light will turn off. Please note that the OFF indication is as follows : OFF/ON To Start :...
  • Page 15 A/C OPERATION POWERFUL OPERATION To obtain set temperature quickly: Press POWERFUL. To cancel this operation, press the mode. After POWERFUL is selected, Compressor will turn ON instantly POWERFUL by-passing delay time (if room temp>Preset temp). POWERFUL Fan will run at high speed. SETTING THE OFF/ON TIMER When the air conditioner is in operation: Press the TIMER button.
  • Page 16: Energy Saving Hints

    ENERGY SAVING HINTS HELPFUL INFORMATION Auto Restart Control Operation will automatically resume under the previous operation mode. If the unit was set to TIMER mode, operation will not resume automatically. Timer Setting When power failure occurs, the timer setting is cancelled, Once power returns, reset the timer.
  • Page 17: Care And Maintenance

    Usage over several seasons will reduce performance as the unit becomes dirty. A dirty unit may produce foul odours and dust may clog the dehumidifying drainage. Seasonal inspection is recommended in addition to regular cleaning. Consult Panasonic Authorized Service Centre. -: 14 :-...
  • Page 18: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Check the following points before calling for repairs or service if the malfunction persists, BEFORE Please contact Panasonic Authorized Service Centre. If the unit is too noisy If water drips inside the Condition Condition during operation. room. The following sounds are normal during The unit is tilted inward.
  • Page 20 Refer to operating instruction for handling of End-of Life Products. ACW4PR18901...

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