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  • Page 1 FU-800-J AIR PURIFIER OPERATION MANUAL Floor type...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TROUBLE SHOOTING ......E-24 eral months and The Air Outlet may smell. In this case, purchase exchange filters Thank you for purchasing the SHARP FU-800- J. Please read this manual carefully for the cor- and replace the filters. • HEPA Filter : PFIL-A059KKEZ rect operation.
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervi- sion. • Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. • Do not use the unit if the Power Cord or Plug is damaged or the connection to the wall outlet is loose.
  • Page 5: Cautions Concerning The Usage Of This Product

    CAUTIONS CONCERNING THE USAGE OF THIS PRODUCT • Do not block the intake and Air Outlet. • Do not use the unit near or on hot objects, such as a stove. Also, do not use the unit where it may come into contact with steam. •...
  • Page 6: Part Names

    PART NAMES MAIN UNIT DISPLAY Plasmacluster Lamp Dust Sensor Press the Plasmacluster Select Button on the Main unit or Remote Control to select Plasmacluster Ion Mode. FRONT Operation Panel (refer to E-6. ) Main Power Switch Filter Fixes Pre-Filters Active Carbon Filters (Front:black) Microbial Control Filters (Back:white)
  • Page 7: Back

    2-hour OFF Timer Display Lamp set pressing the 2-hour OFF Timer But- Fan Level Lamps ton on the Main unit or Remote Control. Power Lamp Lights up in red when the Main Power Switch is turned on. Lights up in green when the ON/OFF Button is pressed or the Remote Control is used to start op- eration.
  • Page 8: Operation Panel

    PART NAMES OPERATION PANEL OFF Timer Lamp PM Lamp Lock Lamp ON Timer Lamp AM Lamp Digital Display Current Time Lamp Button Button LOCK Button Forwards the time Reverses the time All other buttons along this during setting. during setting. operation panel are disabled (Refer to E-12,18) (Refer to E-12,18)
  • Page 9 2-hour OFF Timer Lamp PRESET Lamp Plasmacluster Select Lamp PRESET Button Fan Level Select Button ON/OFF Button Sets up and cancels Set fan level between ‘Silent’, Used to turn the unit the on/off timer for 24 ‘Medium’, ‘High’, and ‘Auto’. on/off.
  • Page 10: Installation

    INSTALLATION PREPARATION WARNING FOR INSTALLATION Remove the two small screws from the • Do not attempt install the unit by yourself. In- correct work will cause electric shock, fire etc. Main unit, and Consult your dealer or other qualified service reattach with the personnel for the installation of the unit.
  • Page 11 INSTALLATION AGAINST IN THE EVENT THAT THE WOODEN PANELLING SCREWS CANNOT BE APPLIED DIRECTLY TO A RETAINING WALL Insert the Wood screw, and Screw the Clasp together into the Panel. Clean the surface to be attached to. Ensure that the surface is not greasy. NOTE Attach the Metal fitting to the wall using the double-side tapes on...
  • Page 12: Preparation

    PREPARATION • Be sure to remove the Power Plug from the wall outlet. Be sure to remove the power plug from the wall outlet. FILTER INSTALLATION CAUTIONS • If you push the Front Panel, the Main unit will be broken. •...
  • Page 13: Filter Installation

    ATTACHING THE FILTER, FILTER FRAME, AND FRONT PANEL HEPA Filter (white) Active Carbon Filter (Front: black) Filter Installation Microbial Control Filter (Back: white) After the HEPA Filters are re- moved from the plastic bag, place it within the Filter Frame with the “FRONT”...
  • Page 14: Setting Up The Current Time

    PREPARATION SETTING UP THE CURRENT TIME Insert the Power Plug into the outlet. Turn on the Main Power Switch. The Power Lamp is lit red and the digital dis- play blinks. NOTE The current time must be set up while the unit is non-operational.
  • Page 15: Inserting Batteries In The Remote Control

    INSERTING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL Remove the Back Cover Press and slide the back cover to re- move. Insert batteries Insert batteries with shown below. Close the Back Cover Battery Information • The battery life is about 1 year. •...
  • Page 16: Operation

    OPERATION MAIN UNIT OPERATION Plasmacluster Lamp OPERATION FAN LEVEL SET UP The fan level is switched as follows every time Press Main Power Switch. the Fan Level Select Button is pressed. The Power Lamp is lit red. The fan level is automatically switched between the five levels depending on AUTO the amount of impurities in the air.
  • Page 17 Main Power Switch It is on the right side of main unit. Power Lamp SET UP THE PLASMACLUSTER ION MODE The Plasmacluster Ion Mode is switched as follows every time the Plasmacluster Select Button is pressed. The unit will switch between Clean Mode and Ion Control Mode Auto automatically depending on the amount of impurities in the air de- tected by the dust and odour sensors.
  • Page 18: Remote Control Operation

    OPERATION Operations available with Remote Control • AUTO • MANUAL REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION • 2-hour OFF Timer Plasmacluster Ion Mode Selections • AUTO Plasmacluster Ion Mode • Before using the Remote Control, turn the Main Power Switch • Clean Mode •...
  • Page 19: Convenient Functions

    CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 2-HOUR OFF TIMER Use this function to stop operation automatically after two hours. Press the 2-hour OFF Timer Button during operation. 2h OFF • A ‘beep’ sound indicates that the 2-hour OFF Timer has been turned on. The unit will turn off about two hours after the button was pressed. Deactivating 2-hour OFF Timer 2h OFF Press 2-hour OFF Timer Button...
  • Page 20: Preset Timer

    CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS PRESET TIMER This function repeats the On and Off operations at the same time every day. Up to three pairs of on and off times can be set. If a pair of on and off times is set, the PRESET Timer function can be activated. •...
  • Page 21: Switching The Display

    SWITCHING THE DISPLAY Regardless of the operational status, the current time and three pairs of pre- set timer set-up times are displayed on the Digital Display area by pressing the time button. The Digital Display is switched as follows every time the CLOCK Button is pressed.
  • Page 22: Operation Guide

    OPERATION GUIDE ODOUR SENSOR GUIDELINES • The Odour Sensor responds to cigarette and pet odours, as well as other scents such as Insecticide, cosmetics, spray, alcohol, or sudden changes in temperature or humidity. • When the unit is in Auto Mode and room is in a closed environment, the sensor will respond to some odours by increasing the air flow.
  • Page 23: Care And Maintenance

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE (To maintain optimum performance of this product, please clean the unit including its sensors and filters periodically.) When cleaning the unit, be sure to unplug the Power Plug and, never handle the plug with wet hands. Electrical shock and/or bodily injury may occur as a result. DUST SENSOR MAIN UNIT ODOUR SENSOR...
  • Page 24: Filter Cleaning

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE FILTER CLEANING SETTING THE FRONT PANEL The care cycles of filters are once three months Insert the two protruding catches Extract the handles at the top located on the back of the Front and bottom of the Filter Frame, Panel into their housings on the pull them out, and remove the Main unit, and affix the Front Panel...
  • Page 25: Filter Replacement Guidelines

    FILTER REPLACEMENT GUIDELINES The filter replacement period is indicated by blinking of a Fan Level Lamp. (If the unit is constantly operated at High fan level, the shortest period is 125 days. Accumu- lated operating hours differs depending on fan level in which product is used.) •...
  • Page 26: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Before calling for repair, check the symptoms below for possible remedies, since the problem may not be a malfunction of the unit. SYMPTOM REMEDY (not a malfunction) • Blinking of a Fan Level Lamp shows the filter replacing time. A Fan Level Lamp blinks.