CONTENTS CAUTIONS THE NAME OF EACH PART AND ITS FUNCTION INTRODUCTION TO SPARE PARTS REMOTE CONTROLLER OPERATION GUIDE TO OPERATION AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE FOR COMFORTABLE USE CARE AND MAINTENANCE WARNING OPERATION 8-12 13-15 17-19 20-24...
Before disposing an old air conditioner that goes out of use, please make sure it's inoperative and safe. Unplug the air conditioner in order to avoid the risk of child entrapment. It must be noticed that air conditioner system contains refrigerants, which require specialized waste disposal.
CAUTIONS Use of the air conditioner is to be carried out in strict compliance with the relative instructions set forth in the User's Guide. Installation shall be done by professional people, don't install unit by yourself. For the purpose of safety, the air conditioner must be properly grounded in accordance with specifications.
THE NAME OF EACH PART AND ITS FUNCTION Indoor unit Unit indication section (Power, Timer, Run, Pump) Remote controller signal receiver The signal is received. Back up switch Wireless Remote controller Outdoor unit A i r i n l e t Air outlet Swing louver Air blows out from here.
INTRODUCTION TO SPARE PARTS Operation Power ON/OFF Used for unit start and stop. SWING Used to set auto fan direction. MODE Used to select AUTO run, COOL,DRY,HEAT and FAN operation. CLOCK Used to set correct time. Used to set correct time. TIMER Used to select TIMER ON, TIMER OFF,...
INTRODUCTION TO SPARE PARTS Operation AUTO COOL SLEEP SWING FAN SPEED AUTO A U T O Clock set When unit is started for the first time and after replacing batteries in remote controller, clock should be adjusted as follows: Press CLOCK button, "AM" or "PM" flashes. Press to set correct time.
REMOTE CONTROLLER OPERATION When in use, put the signal transmission head directly to the receiver hole on the indoor unit. The distance between the signal transmission head and the receiver hole should be within 7m without any obstacle as well. Don't throw the controller, prevent it from being damaged.
GUIDE TO OPERATION FAN operation (1) Unit start Press ON/OFF button, unit starts. Previous operation status appears on display. (Not Timer setting) Power indicator on indoor unit lights up. (2) Select operation mode Press MODE button. For each press, operation mode changes as follows: AUTO COOL...
GUIDE TO OPERATION AUTO run, COOL,HEAT and DRY operation Recommendations (1) Unit start Press ON/OFF button, unit starts. Previous operation status appears on display.(Not Timer setting) Power indicator on indoor unit lights up. (2) Select operation mode Press MODE button. For each press, operation mode changes as follows: AUTO COOL...
GUIDE TO OPERATION (4) Fan speed selection Press FAN button. For each press, fan speed changes as follows: Unit runs at the speed displayed on LCD. In HEAT mode, warm air will blow out after a short period of time due to cold-draft prevention function. In DRY mode, when room temp.
GUIDE TO OPERATION TIMER operation Set Clock correctly before starting Timer operation(refer to page 6) You can let unit start or stop automatically at following times: Before you wake up in the morning, or get back from outside or after you fall asleep at night. TIMER ON/OFF (1)After unit start, select your desired operation mode.
GUIDE TO OPERATION TIMER ON-OFF (1)After unit start, select your desired operation mode Operation mode will be displayed on LCD. Power indicator on indoor unit lights up. (2)Press TIMER button to change TIMER mode Every time the button is pressed, display changes as follows: TIMER ON TIMER OFF Select TIMER ON-OFF, "ON"...
AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE Up/down direction can be adjusted by using the SWING button on the remote controller. Each time pressing this button, the mode changes in the following sequence. Change to the AIRFLOW mode. SWING Louver moves in upward and downwarddirections continuously.
Press SLEEP button once to make the air conditioner have the previous-set sleep time (first power-on is "1h"), the sleep symbol will appear.
Notes: When a power failure suddenly occurs during the air conditioner is working after the power after the power failure compensation is set, if the air conditioner will not be used for a long time, please cut off the power supply to prevent its operation from being resumed after the power is supplied again, or press the "Switch On/Off"...
FOR COMFORTABLE USE Clean the air filter periodically. When cooling season is o v e r , c l e a n t h e a i r f i l t e r . If air filter is colgged: E f f i c i e n c y o f a i r - c o n d i t i o n i n g i s reduced, and it will result in excessive consumption of elec-...
Do not use hot water or volatileliquid. Cleaning the air filter with water. conditioner. CAUTION Do not dry the air filter with fire. Do not run the air conditioner without the air filter. n o t u s e !
Operate the unit with FAN mode on a fair day for about half a day to dry the inside of the unit well. Stop operation and turn off the power supply switch. Electric power is consumed even the air conditioner is in stop.
The smell results from residents of tobacco smoke or cosmetics stuck inside of unit. When the air conditioner is used at restaurant etc. where dense edible oil fume is always exists, white fog sometimes blows out of air outlet during operation.
Defrosting operation when a room is warmed with a heat pump type air conditioner, frost accumulates on the heat exchanger of outdoor unit along with the drop of indoor temperature. Since the accu- mulated frost reduces the effect of warming, it is necessary to automatically switch the op- eration to the defrosting mode.
The electric work must be burden on the authorized engineer with qualification for electric work and grounding work, and the work must be conducted in accordance with electric equip- ment technical standard. The power source for the unit is to be of exclusive use. An earth leakage breaker should be installed.
Do not install nearby the place where may have leakage of flammable gas. If the gas leakes and gathers around, it may cause the fire. Where strong winds may pre- vail, the system should be fixed securely to prevent a collapse. Bodily injury could result by a col- lapse.
It could cause deterioration of foods or other problems. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Do not wash the air conditioner with water. It could cause electric shocks. Neither stand on the air condi- tioner nor place something on it.