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Operation - Maytag 23-11-2229N-005 User Manual

Room air conditioners for double-hung windows & thru the wall installation
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Operation°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°
Power
Control
The Power Control
turns the unit on and off.
Set Temperature/Timer
Display
Shows
the set temperature
when
the unit
is ill operation
and hours
when
the timer
is
being set. THE TEMPERATURE
DISPLAY
ONLY SHOWS
THE ,SET TEMPERATURE,
NOT
THE ACTUAL
ROOM
TEMPERATURE.
Temperature/Timer
Hour
Controls
These buttons are used to raise or lower the set temperature
ill increments
of 1 ° from 66°F
to 88°F. By depressing
both buttons
at once, the display
will
toggle between
Celsius and
Fahrenheit.
When
the timer
is being set, these buttons
are used to change the hour setting
in increments
of 1 from 00 to 24.
Mode
Control
A green light will
indicate
which
mode
is currently
being utilized.
Cool
Mode-
The unit will circulate
and cool the air.
Heat
Mode
(Heat Models
Only)-
The unit will circulate
and heat the air.
Heater Safety Feature- When
heater is powered
off, low fan will automatically
stay on and run
for 60 seconds to ensure the removal of residual heat, meanwhile,
the Low Fan LED blinks until
the low fan stops.
Fan
Mode-
The unit will only circulate
the air.
Energy
Saver
Mode
-
(The energy
saver mode
is designed
to operate with Cool
mode only). The fan will
switch
from
the set fan speed to Low whenever
the compressor
turns
off in response
to the
thermostat.
When
the compressor
cycles
back on, the unit will return
to the original
fan
setting.
Speeds will change
automatically
as the temperature
in the room changes.
Fan Speed
Control
- High,
Medium,
Low and Auto
The settings are adjusted
with
the Fan Speed Control,
each time the button
is depressed
it changes
the setting.
A green light will
indicate
which
setting
is currently
being used.
When
the Auto feature is selected
while
the air conditioner
is in the Cool or Heat mode,
the fan speeds will change automatically
as the temperature
in the room changes.
In Cool
Mode
when
the room
reaches
7 ° or more above
the set temperature
High
Fan will
be
used,
4 ° or less above the set temperature
will use Low fan. In Heat Mode when the room
reaches 7 ° or more below
the set temperature
High fan will be used, 4 ° or less below
the
set temperature
will
use Low fan. At all other times the fan will use Medium
fan.
Timer
Control
(The timer can be set to either turn the unit on or off.)
To automatically
START the unit using the Timer mode:
1. Push the timer
button
while
the power
is OFF. The display
will
read 00. Adjust
the
display
to
show
the
desired
number
of
hours
before
START-UP
using
the
Temperature/Timer
adjustment
arrows.
2. The display
will
show the amount
of time,
in hours, remaining
until START-UR
3. To exit Timer mode,
push the Timer button.
4. A green light next to the Timer button
indicates
that the timer
is set.
To automatically
SHUT-DOWN
the unit using the Timer mode:
1. Push the timer
button
while
the power
is ON.
The display
will
read 00. Adjust
the
display
to show the desired
number
of hours before SHUT-DOWN
using the
Temperature/Timer
adjustment
arrows.
(The display
will automatically
return to the
set temperature
after 10 seconds.)
2. To display
the amount
of time left until SHUT-DOWN,
push the Timer button
once.
3. To exit Timer mode,
push the Timer button
twice.
4. A green light next to the Timer button
indicates
that the timer
is set.
Electronic Control (Cooling Only)
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• Energy
Save
Fan
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Electronic
Control
(Heat/Cool)
High
Auto
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Low
• Heat
Energy Save
• Fan
Built
in Three
Minute
Cooling
Delay
Q
Temperature/Timer Display
Temperature/Timer Adjustment
Q
Timer On/Off
Fan Speed Control
Q
Mode Control
Q
Power Control
Built-in
three
minute
timing
delay.
If this electronic
unit will not respond
to
touch
pad
or
remote
control
commands,
it is necessary
to unplug
the unit from
the electrical
outlet
for
five seconds
and
then
plug
the
unit
back in.
Auto restart
feature:
In the
event
of a power
failure,
this
feature
allows
the
unit
to
resume
operation
once
power
has
been
restored,
retaining
the
most
recent
settings
Heat/Cool
models or units with
electric heat are designed to be
used only as a supplemental
heat
source. They should be used in
addition
to regular heating
systems
and never as the primary source of
heat.
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