2. Vertical Air Direction Louvers
3. Horizontal Air Direction Louvers
4. Inlet Grille
5. Air Filter
7. Power Cord
8. Evaporator Coil
11. Base pan
13. Upper Guide
15. Vent Control
16. Electric Heater
USING THE AIR CONDITIONER
To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, or injury to persons, read the important
SAFETY instructions section before operating this
To begin operating the air conditioner
1. Plug in the air conditioner. (To prevent electrical
hazards, do not use an extension cord or an
2. Push in the exhaust air vent control to the
3. Set the TEMP Control to the coolest setting.
4. Set the MODE control at the highest COOL level.
5. Adjust the louvers for comfortable air flow.
6. Once the room has cooled, adjust the TEMP and
MODE control to the setting you find most
NOTE : If the air conditioner is turned off, wait 3
minutes before restarting. This allows pressure
inside the compressor to equalize. Failure to wait 3
minutes before restarting may cause inefficient
If you move the TEMP Control to a warmer, then
immediately back to a cooler setting, the unit will
shut off. Wait 3 minutes before restarting.
The Vent Control allows the air conditioner to either
recirculate inside air (CLOSE) or exhaust air to the
outside (OPEN). (FIG. 25)
• The CLOSE position is used when maximum
cooling is desired. It may also be used for air
recirculatien without cooling when the air
conditioner is set in the FAN position.
• The OPEN position removes stale air from the
room and exhausts it to the outside. Fresh air is
drawn into the room through normal air passages
found in homes.
• The OPEN or CLOSE position can be used with
any fan selection.
PULL OPEN / PUSH CLOSE