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Electrolux EXH09HV1W User Manual




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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Congratulations ..............3 Safety Precautions ..............4 Product´s Description ............6 Indoor Unit Display ..............7 Remote Control ..............7 Remote Control Description ..........8 Remote Control Display Indicators ........10 First Use ................11 How to use the Remote Control ...........11 How to use the Indoor Unit ..........16 Emergency Operation ............17 Optimal Operation ............
  • Page 3: Congratulations

    Congratulations Conditions of use Important notes environmental tip caution...
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    You’ll many contact an Electrolux service agent. If answers to common problems in the chart of this abnormal status continues the air troubleshooting tips on page 20-21. If you review the...
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Usage caution Exposure to direct from the air conditioner for an extended period of time could Select the most appropriate temperature. be hazardous to your health. It can save electricity. Do not expose people, pets or plants to the Do not keep windows and doors open for direct for an extended period.
  • Page 6: Product´s Description

    Product Description Air inlet Indoor Unit Air Outlet Outdoor Unit Air inlet (rear) Mode Light Turbo Timer-On Temp Timer-Off Clock Swing I feel Air inlet (side) Air Outlet Remote control Front panel Remote control holder Digital display Refrigerant pipe (if applicable) Healthy air (behind the dust Drain hose (if applicable)
  • Page 7: Indoor Unit Display

    Indoor Unit Display Heating Mode indicator Cooling Mode indicator caution Power ON/OFF indicator Dehumidify indicator Temperature indicator Signal receiver Remote Control How to use the Remote Control Battery installation/replacement Location of the remote control tips and information Mode Light Turbo Timer-On Temp Timer-Off...
  • Page 8: Remote Control Description

    Remote Control Description Turbo Button Models without Cold-Plasma function Press this button in COOL or HEAT mode to put the fan into the high speed Turbo mode and the air conditoner will work at maximum power. Press again to cancel this function. X-Fan Button In Cooling and Dehumidification mode, press the X-Fan button to active the Self-Cleaning.
  • Page 9 Remote Control Description Turbo Button Press this button in COOL or HEAT mode to put the fan into the high speed Turbo mode and the air Models with Cold-Plasma function conditoner will work at maximum power. Press again to cancel this function. Healthy Button Press this button to turn the Cold-Plasma function ON or OFF.
  • Page 10: Remote Control Display Indicators

    Displays the selected fan speed in the following Displays when the remote control transmits sequence: signals to the indoor unit. “ ” (Low), “ ” (Medium), “ ” (High) and Auto. Displays when Turbo function is selected. In Auto speed, only “ ” symbol displays. Displays when I Feel function is activated.
  • Page 11: First Use

    First Use 1 Ensure the unit is plugged in and power is available. 2 Be sure the batteries are inserted correctly in the remote control (the lights on the remote control will be on). 3 Set the time by Control buttons and pressing the Clock button.
  • Page 12 2 Mode Button 1 ON/OFF Button Press to select FAN. Press this button to turn the air conditioner on. 3 Fan Button The temperature indicator on the indoor unit Press to select the desired fan speed at: Auto, display lights on. Low, Medium and High.
  • Page 13 3 Control Buttons the set time by pressing the Timer-On button. Set the desired temperature. Normally, set between 21ºC to 28ºC. symbol will stay on the remote control’s display. 4 Fan Button Check that the Timer indicator on the display panel of indoor unit is illuminated.
  • Page 14 1 Press the Timer-On button. 2 Set the desired time by pressing repeatedly or holding down the Control buttons until 18:00 shows in the display of the remote control. the set time by pointing the remote control to the indoor unit and pressing again the Timer-On button.
  • Page 15 Press Eco button in COOL or HEAT (if applicable) mode, the air conditioner will automatically increase (in COOL mode) or decrease (in HEAT mode) 1°C per hour over a 2 hour period. The set temperature will be steady for the next 5 hours then the unit will stop. This function permits more comfort and saves energy.
  • Page 16: How To Use The Indoor Unit

    When the louver moves to the desired direction, How to Use the Indoor Unit press the Swing button again and the louver will stay at where it is. Additional Options Press the Swing button again and the louver will start swing up and down automatically. 1 Smart Restart Function The air conditioner resumes automatically with the previous settings after a possible power...
  • Page 17: Emergency Operation

    Operating Temperature Emergency Operation Optimal Operation Manual control button Manual control button...
  • Page 18: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning and Maintenance Maintenance The following maintenance operations must be performed regularly. Maintenance Items Recommended frequency operations Dust Clean Every month or more often if necessary Healthy air Replace/clean Every 3 months or more often if necessary Unit casing Clean Every month or more often if necessary Water tray and Clean and check for...
  • Page 19 warning General maintenance If the air conditioner is not going to be used for a water, then dry it up in cool place. long period of time: Operate in FAN only mode for 3~4 hours to allow the unit to completely dry out. Switch off the unit and pull out the power plug.
  • Page 20: Operation Tips

    environment that has a high relative humidity. A white mist may generate due to moisture The following events may occur during normal generated from defrosting process when the air operation: conditioner restarts in HEAT mode operation after defrosting. You may hear a low hissing sound when the The compressor can’t restart for 3 minutes compressor is running or has just stop running.
  • Page 21: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting warning...
  • Page 22 The following checks prior to contact may save you time and money. Malfunctions Cause Malfunctions Cause The humidity is high. The unit does not operate if it is The unit does turned on immediately after it is Water leakage Condensing water not operate turned off.
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