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MODE D'EMPLOI
ASU9RLS
ASU12RLS
AOU9RLS
AOU12RLS
CONSERVEZ CE MODE D'EMPLOI
POUR RÉFÉRENCE ULTÉRIEUR
MANUAL
9314969034

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  • Page 1 MANUAL MODE D’EMPLOI ASU9RLS ASU12RLS AOU9RLS AOU12RLS CONSERVEZ CE MODE D'EMPLOI POUR RÉFÉRENCE ULTÉRIEUR 9314969034...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........En-1 SWING OPERATION ......... En-11 FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS ......En-2 COIL DRY OPERATION ........En-11 NAME OF PARTS ..........En-4 MINIMUM HEAT OPERATION ......En-12 PREPARATION ............ En-5 MANUAL AUTO OPERATION ......En-12 OPERATION ............En-6 CLEANING AND CARE ........
  • Page 3: Features And Functions

    FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS HORIZONTAL AIRFLOW: COOLING/ INVERTER DOWNWARD AIRFLOW: HEATING At the start of operation, a large power is used to bring the room quickly to the desired temperature. Afterwards, the For cooling, use horizontal airflow so the cool air does not unit automatically switches to a low power setting for eco- blow directly on the occupants in the room.
  • Page 4 Fig. 1 Fig.2 Fig.3 Fig. 5 Fig.4 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 To facilitate explanation, the accompanying illustra- tion has been drawn to show all possible indicators; in actual operation, however, the display will only show those indicators appropriate to the current op- eration.
  • Page 5: Name Of Parts

    NAME OF PARTS Fig. 1 Indoor Unit Fig. 6 Remote Control Unit a1 Operating Control Panel (Fig. 2) b1 Signal Transmitter a2 MANUAL AUTO button b2 MODE button b3 MIN.HEAT button When kept on pressing the MANUAL AUTO button for more than 10 seconds, b4 COIL DRY button the forced cooling operation will start.
  • Page 6: Preparation

    PREPARATION CAUTION! Load Batteries (AAA/R03/LR03 × × × × × 2) G Take care to prevent infants from accidentally swallowing batteries. Press and slide the battery compartment lid on the re- G When not using the Remote Control Unit verse side to open it. for an extended period, remove the batteries to avoid possible leakage and Slide in the direction of the arrow while pressing the...
  • Page 7: Operation

    OPERATION To Select Mode Operation Press the START/STOP button (Fig.6 b8). The indoor unit’s OPERATION Indicator Lamp (green) (Fig. 3 a4) will light. The air conditioner will start operating. Press the MODE button (Fig.6 b2) to select the desired mode. Each time the button is pressed, the mode will change in the following order.
  • Page 8 OPERATION To Stop Operation Press the START/STOP button (Fig. 6 b8). The OPERATION Indicator Lamp (green) (Fig. 3 a4) will go out. About AUTO CHANGEOVER Operation G When AUTO CHANGEOVER operation first selected, the fan will oper- AUTO: ate at very low speed for about one minute, during which time the unit detects the room conditions and selects the proper operating mode.
  • Page 9: Timer Operation

    TIMER OPERATION Before using the timer function, be sure that the Remote Control Unit is set to the correct current time ( P. 5). To Use the ON timer or OFF timer Press the START/STOP button (Fig. 6 b8) To Cancel the Timer Use the TIMER MODE button to select (if the unit is already operating, proceed to step 2).
  • Page 10: Sleep Timer Operation

    SLEEP TIMER OPERATION Unlike other timer functions, the SLEEP timer is used to set the length of time until air conditioner operate is stopped. To Use the SLEEP Timer To Cancel the Timer: While the air conditioner is operating or stopped, press the Use the TIMER MODE button to select SLEEP button (Fig.
  • Page 11: Adjusting The Direction Of Air Circulation

    ADJUSTING THE DIRECTION OF AIR CIRCULATION G Adjust the up, down, left, and right AIR directions with the AIR DIRECTION buttons on the Remote Control Unit. G Use the AIR DIRECTION buttons after the Indoor Unit has started operating and the airflow-direction louvers have stopped moving.
  • Page 12: Swing Operation

    SWING OPERATION Begin air conditioner operation before performing this procedure. To select SWING Operation Press the SWING button (Fig. 6 b11). The SWING Display (Fig. 7 c8) will light. Each time the SWING button is pressed, the swing operation will change in the following order.
  • Page 13: Minimum Heat Operation

    MINIMUM HEAT OPERATION • The room temperature can be maintained at 50°F by pressing the MIN. HEAT button (Fig.6 b3) so as to prevent the room temperature from falling too far. To use MINIMUM HEAT OPERATION While MINIMUM HEAT OPERATION is in progress, the following opera- tions/features cannot be used Press the MIN.
  • Page 14: Cleaning And Care

    CLEANING AND CARE G Before cleaning the indoor unit, be sure to turn it off. CAUTION! G Be sure the Open Panel (Fig. 4 a9) is installed securely. G When removing or replacing the air filters, be sure not to touch the heat exchanger, as personal injury may result.
  • Page 15 Air Cleaning Filter Installation 2. Remove the air cleaning filters attached to the frames of the front panel. 1. Open the Open Panel and remove the Air 3. Replace them by two new Air cleaning filters. filters. 2. Attach the air cleaning filter to the frame 1 Remove the old air cleaning filters in reverse order of of the front panel.
  • Page 16 TROUBLESHOOTING In the event of a malfunction (burning smell, etc.), immediately stop operation, turn off the elec- WARNING! trical breaker or disconnect the power supply plug, and consult authorized service personnel. Merely turning off the unit’s power switch will not completely disconnect the unit from the power source.
  • Page 17: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Symptom Items to check See Page G Is the Power Supply Plug disconnected its outlet? CHECK ONCE Doesn’t operate at all: MORE G Has there been a power failure? — G Has a fuse blown out, or a circuit breaker been tripped? G Is the timer operating? 8 - 9 G Is the Air Filter dirty?
  • Page 18: Specification

    OPERATING TIPS Temperature and Humidity Range Cooling Mode Dry Mode Heating Mode Outdoor temperature About 14 to 115 °F About 14 to 115 °F About 5 to 75 °F Indoor temperature About 64 to 90 °F About 64 to 90 °F About 86 °F or less G If the air conditioner is used under higher temperature conditioner than those listed, the built-in protection circuit may operate to prevent internal circuit damage.

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  • stephen allanson Nov 07, 2016 10:40:
    i still got the open light panel on after closing it