Download  Print this page

Remote Control - Kenmore 408.72012 User Manual

Portable air conditioner.
Hide thumbs

Advertisement

Table of Contents
CONTROL PANEL
4. TEMP-
• Pressing this button in cooling mode decreases the desired room
temperature setting by 1°F (1°C) down to a minimum setting of 63°F
(17°C).
• Pressing this button in heating mode decreases the desired room
temperature setting by 1°F (1°C) down to a minimum setting of 59°F (15°C).
5. LED DISPLAY
The display shows the current temperature setting.
By pressing the (
) or (
) buttons, the temperature setting can be changed.
When pressing the timer button (
delayed start-up or delayed shutdown. After each setting, the display returns
to showing the current temperature setting. In the dehumidifying mode,
"dh" is shown on the display. Error codes are also shown in the display. See
Troubleshooting section for Error code definitions.
6. SPEED
Pressing this button sets the ventilator fan speed to "
"
(high)" or "
(automatic)".
When (
) is selected:
• If the set temperature is more than 16.2° F ( 9° C) different than room
temperature, the fan will run at full speed.
• If the set temperature is less than 9° F (4° C) different than room
temperature, the fan will run at medium speed.
• When the set temperature is reached, the fan will run at low speed.
When the temperature becomes more than 9° F (4°C) different than
room temperature, the fan will change to medium speed.
7. TIMER
Programmable timer button for delayed start-up or delayed shutdown.
How to program a delayed start-up
This function is used to set the number of hours delay before the appliance
comes on. Proceed as follows:
• With the power ON, select the desired Mode of operation (Cool, Heat
or Dehumidify)
• Turn the power OFF.
• Press the TIMER button ("00" will blink in the display). While the
display is blinking, use the up and down buttons to set the number of
hours delay before the unit begins operation.
• Wait a few seconds for the display to show the set temperature. Use
the up and down buttons to adjust the set temperature if desired.
• After the set number of hours has expired, the unit starts automatically.
NOTE: If you press the POWER button before the set delay time has expired,
the delay setting will cancel and the unit will immediately turn ON.
), the number of hours is shown until
(low)", "
(medium)",
12
CONTROL PANEL
How to program a delayed shutdown
This function is used to set the number of hours delay before the appliance shuts off.
Proceed as follows:
• With the power ON, select the desired Mode of operation (Cool, Heat or
Dehumidify).
• Press the TIMER button ("00" will blink in the display). While the display is
blinking, use the up and down buttons to set the desired number of hours until
shutdown.
• Wait a few seconds for the display to show the set temperature. Use the up
and down buttons to adjust the set temperature if desired.
• After the set number of hours has expired, the unit shuts down automatically.
NOTE: If you press the POWER button before the set shutdown time has expired, the
unit will shut down immediately.
8. SLEEP
The Sleep mode is ideal for nighttime operation, as it automatically reduces the fan
speed and minimizes the compressor running, for the quietest operation.
While the unit is ON, press the SLEEP mode button. The unit will switch to low fan
speed.
In COOLING mode, the temperature setting automatically increases by 2° F (1° C)
each hour for the first two hours of operation. As a result, the Sleep function provides
most cooling when you first go to bed. The two setting increases while you are sleeping
compensate for the typical decrease in ambient temperature as the night progresses.
If the ambient temperature becomes 2° F (1° C) cooler than the temperature setting,
the compressor will turn off. The compressor turns back on when the ambient
temperature becomes 2° F (1° C) warmer than the ambient temperature.
In HEATING mode, the temperature setting is automatically DECREASED like above,
and the compressor turns off if the ambient temperature becomes 2° F (1° C) BELOW
the setting.
If desired, the fan speed can be manually changed while in SLEEP mode.
SLEEP mode cannot be activated while the unit is in DEHUMIDIFY mode.

REMOTE CONTROL

INSERTING BATTERIES - This remote control uses two AAA batteries.
• Remove the back cover of the remote control
• Insert two AAA 1.5V batteries, making sure they are in the correct
position (see instructions inside battery compartment).
• Replace the cover.
DO NOT mix old and new batteries. DO NOT mix together Alkaline,
Standard (Carbon-Zinc), or Rechargable (Nickel-Cadmium) batteries.
Dispose of batteries properly. DO NOT leave batteries in the remote if it will
not be used for longer than 2 months.
13

Advertisement

Table of Contents

   Also See for Kenmore 408.72012

   Related Manuals for Kenmore 408.72012

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: