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Remote Control Buttons - KENMORE 407.83086 Use & Care Manual

Dehumidifier with remote control.
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REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS (Fig. 9)
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1. Press the ON!OFF
button once to manu-
ally turn the unit on. Press the button once
more to turn the unit off.
2. Press the MODE button
repeatedly
to
cycle between
the operating
modes:
cool, dry, fan or auto mode.
NOTE: Remote control must be in cool,
dry, fan or auto mode to control unit.
While in Fan Mode, press MODE button
twice to advance to Auto mode.
3. While in cool mode, press the - or + but-
tons to select your desired set tempera-
ture. The set temperature on the remote
control and unit will increase or decrease
accordingly. Hold the - and + buttons for
2 seconds to rapidly increaseor decrease
the set temperature. Temperature range is
61°F--86°F.
NOTE: When in dry, auto or fan mode,
the set temperature does not appear on
the unit display and pressing the - or +
buttons on the remote wilt not adjust its
set temperature.
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While
in cool mode, press the FAN button
repeatedly
to adjust fan speed from Auto,
Low, Medium
or High. While in Fan or
Auto (when it selects Fan) mode, press the
FAN button repeatedly
to adjust fan
speed from Auto, Low, Medium
or High.
While
in cool mode, press the SLEEP but-
ton to engage this feature.
It reduces
compressor
usage and enhances energy
savings by slightly
increasing the set tem-
perature while you are sleeping.
When the sleep feature is enabled, the set
temperature will automatically increase
2°F after I hour. After another hour, the
set temperature will increaseanother 2°F
for a total increase of 4°F.
Pressthe SLEEPbutton once more or the
Mode button to disable this feature. Sleep
isonly available while in cooling mode.
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    where does the water go when using dehumidifi​er