with an LCDI (Leakage Current Detection
plug. If power shuts off, unplug from the electrical
outlet and make sure the cord is undam-
aged. If the cord is damaged,
TO TEST THE SAFETY PLUG
Connect the power plug to an electrical outlet.
The power plug has two buttons located
on the top. One button is marked "TEST" and the
other is marked "RESET' Press the "TEST" button;
you will hear a click as the "RESET"
burton pops out.
Press the "RESET" button; you will hear a click as the button engages.
The power supply cord is now energized
to the air conditioner
is indicated by a light on the plug head).
• Under no circumstances
should the LCD! Safety Plug be used to turn the unit on or off.
• The "RESET" button must always
be pushed in (engaged)
• The power supply cord must be replaced
if it fails to reset when the "TEST" button is
(4) LED DISPLAY
(8) TANK FULL
(3) TEMP SELECT
ON/OFF - Pressthis button to turn the air conditioner on or off.
MODE - Press this button to select between Cooling, Dehumidifying or air circulating
modes. The corresponding indicator will light up when each mode is selected: (5) Cool,
(6) Dry, and (7) Fan.
TEMP SELECT- Pressthe up arrow button while in cooling mode to increase the desired
set temperature by I°F up to a maximum setting of 86°F. Pressthe down arrow button
while in cooling mode to decrease the desired set temperature by I°F down to a low of
TANK FULL - During extreme heat and humidity, the backup water tank may f111 up.
When the tank full indicator is lit, the backup water tank in the unit is full. The unit will
stop operating. Drain the backup tank. The unit will not cool until the water tank is