Haier 10571223 Operation Manual

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Operation Manual

SET TEMP
TIMER
AM
:
TIME
PM
TEMP
MODE
C
TIME
TIMER ON
TEMP
ON
CLOCK
AM
:
ROOM TEMP
PM
A
OFF
LO MED HI
SET
TIMER OFF
U
SLEEP
AM
:
T
Ion
SWING
FAN SPEED
O
PM
No.0010571223
AP42NACAAA
AU42NAIAAA
(HPU-44H03)
AP42NACMAA
AU42NAIMCA
(HPU-42C03)
AM
TEMP
ON
OFF
SWING
FAN
MODE
SLEEP
CLOCK
SET
TIMER
LOCK
RESET

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  • Page 1: Packaged Unit

    Packaged unit Operation Manual SET TEMP TIMER TIME TEMP MODE TIME TIMER ON TEMP CLOCK ROOM TEMP LO MED HI TIMER OFF SLEEP SWING FAN SPEED No.0010571223 AP42NACAAA AU42NAIAAA (HPU-44H03) AP42NACMAA AU42NAIMCA (HPU-42C03) TEMP SWING MODE SLEEP CLOCK TIMER LOCK RESET...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Content Operation Cautions Parts Indoor unit Outdoor unit Operation display Wireless remote control Operation Auto Cooling operation Dry operation Heating operation Fan operation Sleep Timer ON and Timer OFF Air flow adjustment Operation hints Energy saving Cautions for the operation Maintenance Air filter and unit cleaning Before/after season maintenance...
  • Page 3: Cautions

    Damaged air conditioners are not to be put into operation. In case of doubt, consult your supplier. Use of the air conditioner is to be carried out in strict compliance with the relative instructions set forth in the User's Guide.
  • Page 4 Always remember to unplug the air conditioner before opening inlet grill. Never unplug your air conditioner by pulling on the power cord. Always grip plug firmly and pull straight out from the outlet.
  • Page 5: Indoor Unit

    Parts Air inlet [At side and rear] Air outlet Indoor unit Outlet grill Operation panel Inlet grill Air filter Remote-controller TEMP SWING MODE CLOCK TIMER LOCK RESET Outdoor unit SLEEP...
  • Page 6: Operation

    Parts Manual Operation TIMER CLOCK Remote controlled operation Power ON/OFF Used for unit start and stop. AUTO SWING Used to set auto fan direction MODE Used to select TEMP AUTO run, COOL, DRY, SWING HEAT and FAN operation. MODE SLEEP CLOCK CLOCK Used to set correct...
  • Page 7: Clock Set

    Operation Clock set When unit is started for the first time and after replacing batteries in remote controller, clock should be adjusted as follows: Press CLOCK button, "AM"or "PM" flashes. Press to set correct time. Each press will increase or decrease 1min . If the button is kept depressed, time will change quickly.
  • Page 8: Operation Auto

    Operation Manual Operation TIMER CLOCK Remote-controlled Operation AUTO TEMP SWING MODE SLEEP CLOCK TIMER LOCK RESET TIME TEMP TIME LOW MID HIGH SLEEP Press ON/OFF button Unit starts running. The previous status appears on the display (except. TIMER, SLEEP and SWING mode) Press MODE button.
  • Page 9: Cooling Operation

    Operation Manual Operation TIMER CLOCK Remote-controlled Operation TEMP SWING MODE SLEEP CLOCK TIMER LOCK RESET TIME TEMP TIME LOW MID HIGH SLEEP Press ON/OFF button Unit starts running. The previous status appears on the display (except. TIMER, SLEEP and SWING mode) Press MODE button.
  • Page 10: Dry Operation

    Operation Manual Operation TIMER CLOCK Remote-controlled Operation AUTO TEMP SWING MODE SLEEP CLOCK TIMER LOCK RESET TEMP TIME TIME SLEEP Press ON/OFF button Unit starts running. The previous status appears on the display (except. TIMER, SLEEP and SWING mode) Press MODE button. For each press, operation mode changes as follows: Manual AUTO COOL...
  • Page 11: Heating Operation

    Operation Note: For cooling only type, this function is invalid. Manual Operation TIMER CLOCK Remote-controlled Operation TEMP SWING MODE SLEEP CLOCK TIMER LOCK RESET TIME TEMP TIME SLEEP Press ON/OFF button Unit starts running. The previous status appears on the display (except.
  • Page 12: Fan Operation

    Operation Manual Operation TIMER CLOCK Remote-controlled Operation TEMP SWING MODE SLEEP CLOCK TIMER LOCK RESET TIME TEMP TIME SLEEP Press ON/OFF button Unit starts running. The previous status appears on the display (except. TIMER, SLEEP and SWING mode) Press MODE button. For each press,operation mode changes as follows: Manual AUTO COOL...
  • Page 13 Operation TIMER CLOCK Remote-controlled operation Before sleeping you can press the Sleep button. The conditioner will run under comfort sleep mode, and give you a comfort sleep. Usage of the Sleep function After starting, set the Run mode and press the Sleep button. Run mode 1.
  • Page 14: Timer Operation

    Operation Manual Operation TIMER CLOCK Remote controlled operation TIMER operation Set Clock correctly before starting Timer operation (refer to page 5) You can let unit start or stop automatically at following times: Before you wake up in the moring, or get back from outside or after you fall asleep at night. TIMER ON/OFF (1) After unit start, select your desired operation mode.
  • Page 15 Operation Manual Operation TIMER CLOCK Remote controlled operation TIMER ON-OFF (1) After unit start, select your desired operation mode. Operation mode will be displayed on LCD. (2) TIMER mode selection Press TIMER button to change TIMER mode. Every time the button is pressed, display changes as follows: TIMER ON TIMER OFF 12:00...
  • Page 16: Air Flow Adjustment

    Operation Swing louvers (Vertical louvers) Up and down Adjust the louvers by hand to proper position. Put louvers at up position in cooling and down position in heating mode. Note: This will be helpful to keep an even room temp. Notice: In cooling or dry operation, don't put horizontal louvers at downward position for a long time, or outlet grill might get frosted.
  • Page 17: Operation Hints

    Operation hints Unit operation Protection devices inside the unit will activate to stop unit operation, when ambient temp. is extremely low or high. When unit is running under high humidity in cooling or dehumidifying mode, conden- sate might appear at outlet grill. 3-min delay protection Unit will not restart until 3 min have elapsed for the protection of the unit.
  • Page 18: Energy Saving

    Energy saving Keep proper room temp. Too cold or too warm is no good to your health, and power consumption will be increased as well. Proper temp. Air filter should be periodically cleaned If air filter is clogged: It will cause poor cooling and heating efficiency, higher power consumption and even problem may occur.
  • Page 19: Cautions For The Operation

    Cautions for the operation Use control panel to operate the unit. ON/OFF Don't press buttons unless necessary. Not do Use fuses of the right capacity. Never use iron or copper wires instead. Don't touch moving outlet grills. Keep a smooth air flow to inlet and outlet of both indoor and outdoor unit.
  • Page 20: Maintenance

    Clean it with warm and wet cloth or with neutral detergent, then wipe it dry with clean and soft cloth. If air conditioner is very dirty, clean it with cloth soaked in neutral detergent, then wipe off the detergent with clean water.
  • Page 21: Before/After Season Maintenance

    Maintenance After season maintenance Let the unit run in Fan mode for half a day in a fine weather to dry completely the unit inside. Turn off the unit and pull out power plug. There might be certain power consumption even if unit is stopped.
  • Page 22: Trouble Shooting

    Trouble shooting Followings are not problems Sound of water flowings are not problems. Sound of cracking is heard. Smells are generated. During operation, white fog or steam comes out of indoor unit. In cooling operation, unit switches to fan operation. Unit will not restart after stop.
  • Page 23: When Problems Occur

    Water comes out in cooling/dry operation. Operation is abnormal or sound is heard. If the fuse on PC board is broken please change it with the type of 50F.3.15A/250V. Air conditioner won't start. Is city power supply normal? Power failure?
  • Page 24: Indoor & Outdoor Unit Connection

    Indoor & outdoor unit connection power cable length Approx Approx 1.5m pipe direction Left Rear Right Bottom...
  • Page 25 Indoor & outdoor unit connection power cable length Approx Approx 1.5m pipe direction Left Rear Right Bottom...
  • Page 26: Tools Necessary

    Tools necessary Tools necessary 1. Screw driver 2. Hacksaw 3. 70mm dia. hole core drill 4. Spanner (dia. 17, 27mm) 5. Spanner (14, 17, 27mm) 6. Pipe cutter 7. Flaring tool 8. Knife 9. Nipper 10. Gas leakage detector or soap water 11.
  • Page 27: Installation Procedures

    Installation procedures Display of whole unit Try to bring the packed unit to the installation place. When it is inevitable to unpack the unit, be careful not to damage the unit. Wrap it with nylon etc. After unpacking, be sure to put it with the front side of the unit facing up. Note: When delivering, don't hold plastic parts like inlet and outlet grill etc.
  • Page 28: Installation Of Indoor Unit

    Installation procedures Installation of indoor unit Selection of installation place Place where it is easy to route drainage pipe and outdoor piping. Place away from heat source and with less direct sunlight. Place where cool and warm air could be delivered evenly to every corner of the room. Place near power supply socket.
  • Page 29 Installation procedures Installation of fall-prevention fitting metal: Fix the fitting metal to the wall by screws so that there is no clearance between them. With the unit set up vertically, fix the fitting metal to the unit with screws while making an adjustment at the long portion of the hole so that there is no clearance between the upper surface and the fitting metal.
  • Page 30 Installation procedures 2. Piping connection of indoor unit Arrangement of piping and drainage pipe Cut away, with a hammer or a saw, the lid for piping according to piping direction. According to the piping method, connect the piping on indoor unit with union of connecting pipe.
  • Page 31 Installation procedures 3. Piping connection of outdoor unit. Connect the connecting pipe and inlet and outlet liquid pipe according to the piping method. 4.Purging method Discharge the air out of the indoor unit and the refrigerant pipe by vacuumizing (1) Fasten all the nuts of the indoor and outdoor pipes to make these parts out of leakage. (2) Under the condition of the complete close of the indoor and outdoor valve center (both liquid and gas side),dismount the repair valve cap.Vacuumizing through the charge mouth of the repair valve.
  • Page 32: Electric Wiring

    When connecting indoor and outdoor wire, check the number on indoor and outdoor terminal blocks. Terminals of same number and same color shall be connected by the same wire. Incorrect wiring may damage air conditioner's controller or cause operation failure. , the power cable is self-provided. terminal block...
  • Page 33: Others

    1. Power supply Air conditioner must use an exclusive line (over 30A) When installation air conditioner in a wet place, try to use a circuit breaker against Current leakage. For installation in other places, use circuit breaker as far as possible.