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Sharp AU-X18UXD Operation Manual

Split type room air conditioner

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R32
INDOOR UNIT
(Premium models)
AH-XP10UXD
AH-XP13UXD
AH-XP18UXD
AH-XP24UXD
AH-XP10UF
AH-XP15UF
AH-XP20UF
AH-XP25UF
(Standard models)
AH-XS10UF
AH-XS15UF
AH-XS20UF
AH-XS25UF
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OUTDOOR UNIT
AU-X10UXD
AU-X13UXD
AU-X18UXD
AU-X24UXD
AU-XP10UF
AU-XP15UF
AU-XP20UF
AU-XP25UF
AU-XS10UF
AU-XS15UF
AU-XS20UF
AU-XS25UF
"Plasmacluster" and "Device of a
cluster of grapes" are registered
trademarks or trademarks of
Sharp Corporation.
SPLIT TYPE
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
OPERATION MANUAL
4/28/2560 BE 2:49 PM
4/28/2560 BE 2:49 PM

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  • Page 1 SPLIT TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER OPERATION MANUAL OUTDOOR UNIT INDOOR UNIT (Premium models) AU-X10UXD AH-XP10UXD AU-X13UXD AH-XP13UXD AU-X18UXD AH-XP18UXD AU-X24UXD AH-XP24UXD AU-XP10UF AH-XP10UF AU-XP15UF AH-XP15UF AU-XP20UF AH-XP20UF AU-XP25UF AH-XP25UF (Standard models) AH-XS10UF AU-XS10UF AH-XS15UF AU-XS15UF AH-XS20UF AU-XS20UF AH-XS25UF AU-XS25UF “Plasmacluster" and "Device of a cluster of grapes"...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    ENGLISH Please read this manual carefully before using the product. This manual should be kept in a safe place for handy reference. equipment damage. CONTENTS • Do not attempt to install/remove/repair the unit by yourself. Incorrect work will cause electric •...
  • Page 3: Part Names (Unit

    AU-XP10UF, AU-XP15UF, AU-XS10UF, AU-XS15UF (For Premium models only) 13 Inlet (Air) 14 Refrigerant Pipe and Cable 15 Drainage Hose 16 Outlet (Air) AU-XP20UF, AU-XS20UF, AU-X18UXD AU-XP25UF, AU-XS25UF, AU-X24UXD EN-2 TINSEB026JBRZ.indb EN-2 TINSEB026JBRZ.indb EN-2 4/28/2560 BE 2:49 PM 4/28/2560 BE 2:49 PM...
  • Page 4: Part Names (Remote Control

    PART NAMES (REMOTE CONTROL) REMOTE CONTROL SENSOR SENSOR XP10/13UXD models XS10/15/20/25UF models XP20/25UF models XP10/15UF models XP18/24UXD models Premium models Standard models 1 TRANSMITTER 12 SWING Button : Vertical direction) 2 DISPLAY 13 ECO Button 3 LED Button 14 TIMER ON Button 4 SUPER JET Button 15 BEST SLEEP Button 5 ON/OFF Button...
  • Page 5: Using The Remote Control

    USING THE REMOTE CONTROL DISPLAY LOADING BATTERIES Remove the battery cover. Insert two batteries. (AAA(R03)) Make sure the (+) and (-) polarities are correctly aligned. Reinstall the battery cover. Press the RESET button using a thin stick. 1 SUPER JET Symbol 2 MODE Symbols Battery cover FAN / AUTO / COOL / DRY...
  • Page 6: Auxiliary Mode

    OPERATION CONDITION AUXILIARY MODE Indoor Outdoor Use this mode when the remote control Mode Temp. Temp. is not available. Upper limit 32°C 43°C TO TURN ON Cooling Lower limit 21°C 21°C Press the AUX button. • The build-in safety device may prevent the •...
  • Page 7: Basic Operation

    BASIC OPERATION Press the MODE button to select the operation mode. AUTO COOL Press the ON/OFF button to start oper- ation. • The green OPERATION lamp ( ) will light up. • The lighting bar will light up to different colors. For more information, refer to page EN-13.
  • Page 8: Adjusting The Air Flow Direction

    ADJUSTING THE AIR FLOW DIRECTION VERTICAL AIR FLOW DIRECTION HORIZONTAL AIR FLOW DIRECTION (For Premium models) Press the SWING button ( ) to set the desired airfl ow direction. Press the SWING button ( • The horizontal airfl ow louver will swing. •...
  • Page 9: Super Jet Operation

    SUPER JET OPERATION PLASMACLUSTER OPERATION (For Premium models only) The air conditioner works at the maximum power and optimum louver direction to Plasmacluster ions released into the room make the room cool rapidly. will reduce some airborne mold. During operation, press the PLAS- During operation, press the SUPER MACLUSTER button.
  • Page 10: Lock On Sensor Operation

    LOCK ON SENSOR OPERATION BABY MODE OPERATION (For Premium models only) Soft , quiet and clean operation cools a The air conditioner will cool the position of room with well optimized for infants. user more effectively in this mode. During operation, press the BABY During operation, press the LOCK MODE button.
  • Page 11: Eco Mode Operation

    ECO MODE OPERATION BEST SLEEP OPERATION The air conditioner will operate with For more comfortable sleep, temperature lower power consumption than usual in and fan speed will be controlled automati- this mode. cally by the best program. During operation, press the ECO During operation, press the BEST MODE button to enter 1st step pow- SLEEP button.
  • Page 12: Timer Operation

    TIMER OPERATION TIMER OFF TIMER ON Press the TIMER OFF button and set Press the TIMER ON button and set the time as desired. the time as desired. • The orange TIMER lamp ( ) will light up. • The orange TIMER lamp ( ) will light up.
  • Page 13: Self Clean Operation

    SELF CLEAN OPERATION MAINTENANCE (For Premium models only) Be sure to disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet or turn off the circuit breaker SELF CLEAN operation will reduce before performing any maintenance. the growth of mold fungus with Plasmacluster ions and dry inside of the CLEANING THE FILTERS unit.
  • Page 14: Lighting Bar

    LIGHTING BAR (For XP10/13UXD, XP10/15UF models only) The lighting bar also can show the The lighting bar on the unit turns to horizontal airfl ow direction in each different colors to show the operation mode. situation. • Swing: OPERATION COLOR •...
  • Page 15: Before Calling For Service

    BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE The following conditions do not denote Check the following points before call- equipment malfunctions. ing for service. UNIT DOES NOT OPERATE The unit does not operate The unit will not operate if it is turned on im- •...
  • Page 16: Before Calling For Service (Get The Error Code

    BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE (GET THE ERROR CODE) ABOUT ERROR CODE Press the FAN button once, the remote control will display “ ”. • The error code contains main code and sub code. Example: error 23-4. ERROR CODE Main Code Code SENSOR GET THE ERROR CODE...
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  • Page 31 SENSOR SENSOR SENSOR SENSOR TINSEB026JBRZ.indb CS-15 TINSEB026JBRZ.indb CS-15 4/28/2560 BE 2:49 PM 4/28/2560 BE 2:49 PM...
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