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Haier HFU-09HA03 Operatiing Manual

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HFU-09HA03/R2(DB)
HFU-12HA03/R2(DB)
HFU-18HA03/R2(DB)
No, 0010516188

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  • Page 1 HFU-09HA03/R2(DB) HFU-12HA03/R2(DB) HFU-18HA03/R2(DB) No, 0010516188...
  • Page 2: Safety Instructions And Warnings

    Safety Instructions and Warnings Before disposing an old air conditioner that Before starting the air conditioner, read the goes out of use, please make sure it's inop- information given in the User's Guide caref- erative and safe. Unplug the air conditioner ully.
  • Page 3: Specifications

    3. If the fuse of indoor unit on PC board is broken,please change it with the type of T. 3.15A/ 250V. If the fuse of outdoor unit is broken, change it with the type of T.25A/250V.
  • Page 4: Safety Instruction

    Please call Sales/Service Shop for the Installation. Do not attempt to install the air conditioner by yourself because improper works may cause electric shock, fire, water leakage. Installation in a inadequate place may cause accidents. Do not install in the following place. securely CAUTION...
  • Page 5 PROHIBITION PROHIBITION CAUTION Take fresh air occasionally especially Do not operate the switch with Do not use for the purpose of storage of food, art work, precise equipment, when gas appliance is running at the wet hand. breeding, or cultivation.
  • Page 6: Parts And Functions

    Parts and Functions Indoor unit 1.OUTLET 2.CONTROL PANEL 3.INLET 4.FILTER (inside) 5.OUTLET Outdoor unit HFU-09HA03/R2(DB) HFU-12HA03/R2(DB) HFU-18HA03/R2(DB) OUTLET CONNECTING PIPING AND ELECTRICAL WIRING INLET DRAIN HOSE...
  • Page 8 Used to set correct time. When the remote controller appears abnormal, 4. MODE use a sharp pointed item to press this button Used to select AUTO, COOL, DRY, to reset the remote controller to normal condition. FAN and HEAT operation.
  • Page 9 If the remote controller can't run normally during operation, please remove the batteries and reload several minutes later. Hint: Remove the batteries in case unit won't be in usage for a long period. If there are any display after taking-out, just need to press reset key.
  • Page 10: Auto Operation

    1 C,if kept depressed, it will decrease rapidly Select a desired temperature. 4.Fan speed selection Press FAN button. For each press, fan speed changes as follows: Remote controller: AUTO Air conditioner is running under displayed wind speed When FAN is set to AUTO, the air conditioner automatically adjusts the fan speed according to room temperature.
  • Page 11: Cool Operation

    1 C,if kept depressed, it will decrease rapidly Select a desired temperature. 4.Fan speed selection Press FAN button. For each press, fan speed changes as follows: Remote controller: AUTO Air conditioner is running under displayed wind speed When FAN is set to AUTO, the air conditioner automatically adjusts the fan speed according to room temperature.
  • Page 12: Dry Operation

    1 C,if kept depressed, it will decrease rapidly Select a desired temperature. 4.Fan speed selection Press FAN button. For each press, fan speed changes as follows: Remote controller: AUTO Air conditioner is running under displayed fan speed. In DRY mode, when room temperature becomes lower than temp.setting+2...
  • Page 13: Fan Operation

    About FAN operation In FAN operation mode, the unit will not operate in COOL or HEAT mode but only in FAN mode. AUTO is not available in FAN mode. And temp. setting is disabled. In FAN mode, SLEEP operation is not available.
  • Page 14: Heat Operation

    Remote controller: AUTO Regarding the ambient Air conditioner is running under displayed wind speed IN HEAT mode, warm air will blow out after a short period temperature display during of the time due to cold-draft prevention function. the heating operation...
  • Page 15: Adjusting The Air Flow Direction

    Adjusting the louver Hold the knob and move the louver. (You will find a knob on the left-side and the right-side blades ATTENTION Be careful when adjusting the louver. Inside the air...
  • Page 16: Sleep Operation

    Operation SLEEP Operation SLEEP operation starts SLEEP operation stops Before going to bed , you can simply press the Rises 1 SLEEP button and unit will operation in SLEEP Rises 1 mode and bring you a sound sleep. Use of SLEEP function...
  • Page 17: Timer On/Off Operation

    Hints: After replacing batteries or a power failure happens, time setting should be reset. Remote controller possesses memory function, when use TIMER mode next time,just press SET button after mode selecting if time setting is the same as previous one.
  • Page 18 " on the remote controller stops flashing. " " starts flashing. Time displayed: Unit starts or stops at x hour x min. 5.Time setting for TIMER OFF Just press HOUR button ,follow the same procedure in "Time setting for TIMER ON"...
  • Page 19: Power Operation

    To cancel POWER operation Press POWER/SOFT button twice ,POWER/SOFT disappears. SOFT Operation You can use this function when silence is needed for rest or reading. Selecting of SOFT operation Press POWER/SOFT button. Every time the button is pressed,display changes as...
  • Page 20 Push the test run switch or operate with remote controller to cancel the test run. If you use the remote controller to cancel the test run, the conditioner will then run as per the working mode displayed on the remote controller.
  • Page 21: Operation Hints

    When sudden power failure happens during unit operation in power failure resume mode,if the air conditioner is not desired for use in a long period, please shut off the power supply in case that the unit automatially resume operation when power is re-supplied, or press...
  • Page 22: Maintenance

    Clean the filter Use water or vacuum cleaner to remove dust. If it is too dirt, clean with detergent or neutral soap water. Rinsing with fresh water, dry the filter and re-assemble.
  • Page 24: Troubleshooting

    This noise is generated by the casing expanding or shrinking because of temperature changes. Should there be a big noise from air flow in unit operation, air filter may be too dirty. This is because the system circulates smells Smells are generated.
  • Page 25: Installation Of Indoor Unit

    There must be no gap between the indoor unit and wall. Remove the front panel,then use two fastening screws to fix the unit on the floor. As Figure 3 shown. Once refrigerant piping and drain piping connections Figure.3 are complete,fill the gap of the through hole with putty.
  • Page 26: Standard Accessories

    Wall hole should be decided according to installation Wall hole Thickness place and piping direction.(refer to installation drawings). of wall 2. Making a wall hole Drill a hole of 120x70mm dia. with a little slope towards outside. (Cross section of wall hole)
  • Page 27 To bent a pipe, give the roundness as large as possible not to crash the pipe. When connecting pipe, hold the pipe center to center then screw nut on by hand, refer to Fig. Be careful not to let foreign matters, such as sands enter the pipe.
  • Page 28 Otherwise, there will be the name plate. abnormal high pressure in the system to make it crack and lead to personal injuries.
  • Page 57 HFU-09HA03/R2(DB) mantenimiento y el tapón del vástago de las válvulas HFU-12HA03/R2(DB) Válvula de 3 vías de 2 y 3 vías un poco por encima del punto en el que la HFU-18HA03/R2(DB) torsión aumenta súbitamente. Tapa del vástago de válvula Tapa del vástago de válvula Tapa del puerto de mantenimiento Después de instalar los tapones, compruebe si existen...
  • Page 86 Per evitare una perdita di gas, ruotare il tappo della porta di servizio, la calotta HFU-09HA03/R2(DB) HFU-12HA03/R2(DB) valvola a 3 uscite dell'asta della valvola a 2 uscite e di quella a 3 uscite un po' oltre il punto in cui la valvola a 2 uscite HFU-18HA03/R2(DB) coppia aumenta improvvisamente.
  • Page 115 Robinet à 3 voies HFU-12HA03/R2(DB) Robinet à 2 voies robinet à 2 voies et à 3 voies un peu plus que le point HFU-18HA03/R2(DB) où le couple augmente soudainement. Bouchon de tige de robinet...
  • Page 118 The products are fulfilled with the requirements in the directive 2002/95/EEC of the local and national legislation. Air conditioners must be European parliament and of the council on the Restriction of the use of Certain Haz- treated at a specialized treatment facility for re-use, recycling and recovery.
  • Page 119 WEEE cias negativas para el entorno y para la salud de las personas. Contacte, por De acuerdo con la directiva 2002/96/CE del parlamento Europeo, Informa- favor, con el instalador o con las autoridades locales para obtener más infor- mos al consumidor acerca del reciclage de los productos Electrónicos y...
  • Page 120 IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE REFRIGERANT USED This product contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto The filled out label must be adhered in the proximity of the product charging Protocol. Do not vent into the atmosphere. port (e.g. onto the inside of the stop valve cover).
  • Page 121 INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE EN RELACIÓN AL REFRIGERANTE UTILIZADO Este producto contiene los gases fluorados de efecto invernadora regulados La etiqueta rellenada debe pegarse cerca de la conexión de carga del pro- por el Protocolo de Kioto. No vierta gases a la atmósfera.