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Haier AC142ACAAA Operation Manual

Convertible type room air conditioner
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CONVERTIBLE TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
OPERATION
MANUAL
AC142ACAAA
AU142AFAAA
(HCFU-14H03)
AC142ACBAA
AU142AFBAA
(HCFU-14H03/R1)
AC184ACMAA
AU184AFMDA
(HCFU-18C13)
AC142ACMAA
AU142AFMAA
(HCFU-14C03)
AC142ACNAA
AU142AFNAA
(HCFU-14C03/R1)
AC182ACABA
AU182AFABA
(HCFU-18HC03)
AC182ACMBA
AU182AFMBA
(HCFU-18CC03)
AC182ACNBA
AU182AFNBA
(HCFU-18CA03/R1)
AC242ACAAA
AU242AHAAA
(HCFU-24H03)
No. 0010541722
AC242ACBAA
AU242AHBAA
(HCFU-24H03/R1)
AC282ACMBA
AU282AHMCA
(HCFU-28CC03)
AC242ACNAA
AU242AHNAA
(HCFU-24C03/R1)
AC282ACABA
AU282AHACA
(HCFU-28HC03)
AC282ACBBA
AU282AHBCA
(HCFU-28HC03/R1)
AC284ACMAA
AU284AHMBA
(HCFU-28C13)
AC282ACNAA
AU282AHNBA
(HCFU-28CA03/R1)
AC28NACNAA
AU28NAHNBA
(HCFU-28CB03/R1)
K
AC36NACAAA
AU36NAIAAA
(HCFU-36H03)
AC42NACABA
AU42NAIAEA
(HCFU-42HC03)
AC42NACMCA
AU42NAIMBA
(HCFU-42CC03)
AC42NACNAA
AU42NAINBA
(HCFU-42CA03/R1)
AC42NACBBA
AU42NAIBCA
(HCFU-42HC03/R1)
AC36NACMAA
AU36NAIMBA
(HCFU-36C03)
AC36NACBAA
AU36NAIBAA
(HCFU-36H03/R1)
AC36NACNAA
AU36NAINAA
(HCFU-36C03/R1)

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  • Page 1: Operation Manual

    CONVERTIBLE TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER OPERATION MANUAL AC142ACAAA AU142AFAAA (HCFU-14H03) AC142ACBAA AU142AFBAA (HCFU-14H03/R1) AC184ACMAA AU184AFMDA (HCFU-18C13) AC142ACMAA AU142AFMAA (HCFU-14C03) AC142ACNAA AU142AFNAA (HCFU-14C03/R1) AC182ACABA AU182AFABA (HCFU-18HC03) AC182ACMBA AU182AFMBA (HCFU-18CC03) AC182ACNBA AU182AFNBA (HCFU-18CA03/R1) AC242ACAAA AU242AHAAA (HCFU-24H03) No. 0010541722 AC242ACBAA AU242AHBAA (HCFU-24H03/R1) AC282ACMBA...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CAUTIONS ... SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ... FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS ... NAME OF PARTS ... INTRODUCTION TO SPARE PARTS ... INSTALLATION ... REMOTE CONTROLLER OPERATION ... GUIDE TO OPERATION ... CLEANING AND CARE ... TROUBLE SHOOTING ... OPERATIONG TIPS ... 10-17 18-19 20-21...
  • Page 3: Cautions

    Damaged air conditioners are not to be put into operation. In case of doubt, consult your supplier. Use of the air conditioner is to be carried out in strict compliance with the relative instructions set forth in the User's Guide.
  • Page 4: Cautions

    Do not obstruct or cover the ventilation grille of the air conditioner. Do not put fingers or any other things into the inlet/outlet and swing louver. Do not allow children to play with the air conditioner.
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS For series 14,18, if the power supply cord of this air conditioner is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer its authorized service personnel only. For series 24,28,36,42, the breaker of the air conditioner should be all-pole switch; and the distance between its two contacts should be no less 3mm.
  • Page 6: Features And Functions

    When the set time is reached, the unit automatically turns off. HEAT & COOL TYPE When the SLEEP button is pressed during Heating mode, the air conditioner's thermostat setting gradually lowers during the period of operation; When the set time is reached, the unit automatically turns off.
  • Page 7: Name Of Parts

    NAME OF PARTS Fig.1 for series 14,18 POWER OPER Fig.1 Indoor Unit 1 Operating Control Panel (Fig.2) 2 Emergency switch 3 Remote Control Signal Receiver 4 Power Indicator Lamp (Red) 5 OPERATION Indicator Lamp (Green) 6 TIMER Indicator Lamp (Yellow) 7 Compressor Run Lamp (Green) 8 Intake Grill (Fig.3) 9 Air Filter...
  • Page 8: Introduction To Spare Parts

    INTRODUCTION TO SPARE PARTS Operation Buttons and display of the remote controller. 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.
  • Page 9: Introduction To Spare Parts

    INTRODUCTION TO SPARE PARTS Operation Buttons and display of the remote controller. AUTO COOL SLEEP SWING FAN SPEED AUTO 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"...
  • Page 10: Installation

    INSTALLATION Please ask the dealer or specialist to install, never try by the users themselves. After the installation please Please call dealer to install the air-conditioner. Incorrect installation may cause water leaking, shock and fire hazard. Air-conditioner can't be installed in the envi- ronment with inflammable gases because the inflammable gases near to air-conditioner may cause fire hazard.
  • Page 11: Remote Controller Operation

    REMOTE CONTROLLER OPERATION Remote controller's 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.
  • Page 12: Guide To Operation

    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 (3) Fan...
  • Page 13 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 Unit will run in operation mode displayed on LCD.
  • Page 14: Fan Speed Selection

    GUIDE TO OPERATION (4) Fan speed selection Press FAN button. For each press, fan speed changes as follows: (5) Air flow direction adjust After operation mode is selected, vertical flap will open automatically according to the mode. (6) Unit stop Press ON/OFF button.
  • Page 15: Timer Operation

    GUIDE TO OPERATION TIMER operation Set Clock correctly before starting Timer operation(refer to page 7) 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.
  • Page 16 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"...
  • Page 17 GUIDE TO OPERATION Adjusting up/down air flow direction 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 downward directions continuously.
  • Page 18 GUIDE TO OPERATION Comfortable Sleep At night, before going to bed you can press down the SLEEP button on the controller and the air-conditioner will run by the comfortable sleeping mode to make you sleep more comfortable. In cooling, dehumidifying mode In heating mode Note: In AUTO mode, unit will run in SLEEP function according to the operation mode.
  • Page 19: Guide To Operation

    Notes: When a power failure suddenly occurs during the air conditioner is working 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...
  • Page 20: Cleaning And Care

    CLEANING AND CARE Before cleaning the air conditioner ,be sure to turn it off and disconnect CAUTION! the Power Supply Cord. Be sure the Intake Grill is installed securely. When removing and replacing the air filters, be sure not to touch the heat exchanger, as personal injury may result.
  • Page 21: Cleaning And Care

    CLEANING AND CARE Before cleaning the air conditioner ,be sure to turn it off and disconnect CAUTION! the Power Supply Cord. Be sure the Intake Grill is installed securely. When removing and replacing the air filters, be sure not to touch the heat exchanger, as personal injury may result.
  • Page 22: Trouble Shooting

    TROUBLE SHOOTING Followings are not problems Sound of water flowing is not a problem. Sound of cracking is heard. Smell are generated. During operation, white fog or steam comes out from the indoor unit. In cooling operation, unit switches to blowing operation.
  • Page 23: Trouble Shooting

    (in heating mode)? Is there any direct sunlight in the room? Cold air blows out (in heating mode) Is air conditioner in standby condition in heating mode? Air conditioner won't start. Is city power supply normal? Power failure?