Set FAN SPEED to the desired setting. When the air conditioner
is operating at Low Cool, High Cool (on some models), Med Cool
(on some models) or Turbo Cool (on some models), the fan
circulates air continuously.
Turbo Cool (on some models)--for
High Cool (on some models)--for
normal to maximum
cooling (depending on model)
Med Cool (on some models)--for
Power Saver (on some models)--Fan
run only when cooling
move air continuously
Turn the TEMPERATURE control to a mid-setting.
Adjust the air
performance by turning the Temperature control
clockwise for maximum cooling. For less cooling, turn the
TEMPERATURE control counterclockwise.
Experiment to find the
setting that suits you best.
Roll the wheel or use the tab, depending
on model, to direct the
air right or left. Rotate the whole cartridge to direct air up, down
or straight ahead.
When your air conditioner
is operating normally, you may hear
sounds such as:
Droplets of water hitting the condenser, causing a pinging or
clicking sound. The water droplets help cool the condenser.
Air movement from the fan.
Clicks from the thermostat cycle.
Vibrations or noise due to poor wall or window construction.
hum or pulsating noise caused by the modern
compressor cycling on and off.