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Troubleshooting

Do not repair the air conditioner at your discretion. Incorrect repair may cause electric
shock or fire, so please contact Authorized Service Center for professional repair.
Following checks prior to contact may save your time and costs.
Phenomenon
Air conditioner does not run upon immediately
restart after a stop.
Air conditioner blows out bad smell when
it is initially started.
You may hear "Water Flowing" noise
when the air conditioner is running.
Sometimes a thin fog will flow out of the
outlet when air conditioner is running
under cooling mode.
You may hear a slight crack when the
air conditioner is started or stopped.
Warning
To protect the air conditioner upon immediate
restart after a stop, the microcomputer
controller will delay the unit for 3 minutes
Wait
before the air conditioner will run.
The air conditioner itself has no bad smell.
If any. It is the bad smell accumulated from
environment. Solution: Clean the air filter.
If still any problem, the air conditioner shall
be cleaned (Please contact Authorized
Service Center).
When the air conditioner is started, or the
compressor is started or stopped during
running or the air conditioner is stopped,
sometimes you may hear "hua-hua" or "di-di-"
noise. This is the flowing sound of refrigerant
other than fault.
This might occur when indoor temperature
and humidity are high. This is because the
indoor air is quickly cooled down.
After a period of time, the fog will disappear
with the decrease of indoor temperature
and humidity.
This is the sound of friction caused by
expansion of panel or other parts due
to the change of temperature.
Troubleshooting

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