Pick a location which will allow you to blow the cold air
into the area you want. Windows used for installation
must be strong enough to support the weight of the air
conditioner. Good installation with special attention to the
proper position of the unit will lessenthe chance that
servicewill be needed.
When cooling more than one room,installationlocationis
very important.If air conditioneris blockedby a storm
windowframe, see step 16 on page 8 beforebeginning to
install.To coolyourrooms,coldair must be blown from
the air conditionerin a straight path.
HOW TO INSTALL
Remove the screws which fasten the cabinet at
the back and side of the unit. Save side screws.
Discard back screws.
_'_ Slide the unit out of the cabinet by gripping the
base pan handle and pull forward while bracing the
Cut the FOAM STRIP (ITEM J) to fit the
underside of the window sash. Peel off the backing
and attach the FOAM STRIP as shown in Fig. 5.
Insert the side curtain (ITEM A) intothe upper guide
and lower guide of the air conditioner. Fasten the curtains
to the unit with screws (ITEM E).
_-"'_ Open the window. Mark a line on the center of the
windowinner sill. Loosely attach the sill bracket (ITEM C)
to the support bracket (ITEM B) using the carriage bolt
(ITEM I) and the lock nut (ITEM D).
Attach the sill bracket to the window sill using the
screws (ITEM F). Carefully place the cabinet on the
window inner sill and align the center of the cabinet
front with the center line marked on the window inner
window s ill
Using an M-screw (ITEM H) and a lock nut (ITEM
D), attach the support bracket to the cabinet track hole.
Use the first track hole after the sill bracket on the
outer edge of the window sill. Tighten the carriage bolt
and the lock nut. Be sure the cabinet slants downward
1/4" from level (FIG. 9).
CAUTION: Do not drill a hole in the bottom pan. The
unit is designed to operate with approximately 1/2" of
water in bottom pan.