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MITSUBISHI
MODEL
MJ-E26SX-A1

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Features
GPowerful Dehumidifying
GEasy Dehumidifying. Laundry
GWide-angle Swing Louvre. Low
Air Outlet
GNegative Ions
Protect our environment and enrich our lives by
saving energy

Table of Contents

dehumidifier...........................................2
¡Precautions............................................3
¡Warning ..................................................5
¡Things to be aware of...........................8
¡Switching operating modes ...............10
Easy Dehumidifying - Laundry - High - Low -
Mildew Guard - Low Temp - Auto
¡Swing louvre function ........................12
¡Information display .............................13
High humidity warning - Defrosting indicator -
Low temperature indicator - Negative ion lamp
¡Using the Timer ...................................14
OFF Timer operation/ON Timer operation
¡Using the Child lock ...........................16
¡Carrying the unit .................................16
¡Continuous drainage ..........................18
¡Maintenance ........................................19
¡Storage.................................................21
¡Troubleshooting ..................................22
¡Specifications......................................24
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future reference.
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    MITSUBISHI MODEL MJ-E26SX-A1 INSTRUCTION MANUAL Table of Contents page Features GPowerful Dehumidifying ¡Getting the most out of your GEasy Dehumidifying. Laundry dehumidifier...........2 ¡Precautions..........3 GWide-angle Swing Louvre. Low ¡Warning ..........5 ¡Names and functions of parts .....6 Air Outlet ¡Things to be aware of......8 GNegative Ions ¡Before using your dehumidifier...9...
  • Page 2: Getting The Most Out Of Your

    Getting the most out of your dehumidifier Combine operating mode and swing louvre function to get optimum results. Objective Recommended mode and louvre setting Page ¡ Selection When you don’t want to Laundry Drying hang the clothes laundry ¡ Swing Louvre outside or it is raining...
  • Page 3: Precautions

    The plastic parts may melt causing Refer servicing to your dealer or speeds, and such actions may fire. Mitsubishi Electric Service Centre. result in injury or malfunctions. Wipe dust off the power Use 220-240V AC power sockets Should abnormal symptoms that can withstand more than 15A occur (a burning smell, etc.),...
  • Page 4 Precautions CAUTION Do not cover the side air Do not stand, sit, or lean Do not put vases or any intakes or the air outlet against the unit. Do not other objects filled with with cloth, curtain, etc. pull the unit by the air water on the unit.
  • Page 5: Warning

    CAUTION Do not point air-flow from Install the unit in a location where Grasp the plug and remove the unit directly at the the floor is flat and stable. from the power socket. body . If the unit falls over, the water When removing the plug from the collected in the water tank may power socket, do not pull on it...
  • Page 6: Names And Functions Of Parts

    Names and Functions of Parts Front Louvre Main Air Outlet Control Panel Control Panel Low Air Outlet Tank Lid • Tank Guard • Float Water Tank • Level Window ¡Lamp Current mode lights Sensor ¡Selection button Do not cover Switches modes The water tank may contain water residue at time of purchase.
  • Page 7: Power Button

    ¡Negative ion ¡Swing louvre ¡Tank full lamp ¡Mode button For switching from one This lights up to warn that lamp button operating mode to another the water tank is full. Lights when Sets swing louvre ¡Child lock negative ion direction or locks it into To set the child lock, press function is ON.
  • Page 8: Things To Be Aware Of

    Things to be aware of Room temperature may rise 2-4°C during operation The dehumidifier does not have a cooler function. Due to heat produced during operation, the room How does the dehumidifier temperature may rise 2-4°C. As a result, the unit may work? blow warm air, but this is not due to a malfunction.
  • Page 9: Before Using Your Dehumidifier

    Before using your Turning the Unit dehumidifier ON and OFF Inserting the water To turn ON tank correctly Tank Lid Tank Guard Press ¡Power lamp lights ¡The mode is displayed. Check that the lid and guard ¡The louvre opens automatically. are secure.
  • Page 10: Switching Operating Modes

    Switching operating modes You can choose between seven operating modes. Reading the humidity display CURRENT indicates the current humidity. Current humidity range is between 30-80%. • Humidity levels below 30% are displayed as 30%. • Humidity levels above 80% Easy Dehumidifying & High, Low, Mildew Guard, Low are displayed as 80%.
  • Page 11 * The humidity level cannot be set in Low, Mildew Guard, and Low Temp modes. When you want to leave the dehumidifier on ¡ High ¡ Low The dehumidifier operates The dehumidifier operates regardless of the humidity level. regardless of the humidity level. Airflow is strong.
  • Page 12: Swing Louvre Function

    Swing louvre function (how to read the Swing monitor) The louvre can be made to swing. Select from the 5 possible settings to suit the purpose. Viewing the Swing Monitor This indicates the range of louvre swing. (The louvre and monitor do not move in Press synchronization.) ¡Stop swing operation...
  • Page 13: Information Display

    Information Display Displays room and dehumidifier conditions. LCD Panel Indicator lamp Negative ion lamp High humidity warning Lights during negative ion production. indicator flashes when the humidity in the room exceeds 75%. • Negative ions are produced when the air flow Activating the dehumidifier is (dehumidifier) is on.
  • Page 14: Using The Timer

    Using the Timer OFF timer operation The OFF timer can be set for 1 to 9 hours. Set the timer when the power is switched on. To set To cancel Switch the power on. <When you want to turn the unit off>...
  • Page 15 ON timer operation The ON timer can be set for 1 to 9 hours. Set the timer when the power is switched off. 4 1, 5 To set The following is an example of a display indicating AUTO dehumidifying (set to 60%), Switch the power off.
  • Page 16: Using The Child Lock

    Using the Carrying the Child Lock Unit To Lock Raise handle to transport Press for 3 or more seconds. ¡ The child lock indicator The child lock is switched off when the power cord is unplugged. The unit can be transported using the wheels on the bottom.
  • Page 17: Removing Water From The Tank

    Removing Water from the Tank The unit automatically shuts down and lights the Tank full lamp when the tank (approximately 5L) is full. Empty the tank. Remove the water tank. Remove the tank lid, and empty. Tank Lid Tank Guard Grasp handle and slide out Float Do not remove...
  • Page 18: Continuous Drainage

    Continuous Drainage If a drain is available, the unit can continuously drain excess water by attaching a commercially available hose (internal diameter 15mm). The unit can be operated for extensive periods without the need to empty the water tank. CAUTION Do not drain water continuously When draining water continuously or if there is a possibility that...
  • Page 19: Maintenance

    Maintenance Once every two weeks Air filter Debris clogging the air filter reduces the effectiveness of the dehumidifier. Clean once every 2 weeks. Remove front panel and air Clean the air filter filter Run a vacuum cleaner lightly Pull to remove over the air filter surface to remove the dirt.
  • Page 20: Water Tank

    Maintenance Do not use detergents, cleaning agents for heat exchange equipment, abrasive powders, chemically treated dusters, gasoline, benzene, thinners or other solvents, as they can damage the unit or the water tank, which may result in leakage. Cleaning Water tank Main unit Wipe with a soft...
  • Page 21: Replacing The Air Purifying Filter

    Replacing the Air Purifying Filter Storage The air purifying filter is disposable. After switching the unit off, leave for about one day Make sure to replace the filter when it becomes dirty. until any water inside has had time to settle. Then carry (The filter cannot be washed or reused.) out the following steps.
  • Page 22: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting ¡ For the symptoms listed below, refer to the remedies listed right. Symptom Cause/Remedy ¡ Dehumidified air passes through heating coils causing it to The unit blows warm air warm (this unit is not a cooler). This is not a malfunction. ¡...
  • Page 23 Symptom Cause/Remedy ¡ Check to see if the unit is on a slope or uneven surface. ➝ Move to a sturdy even surface. The operating ¡ Check to see if the air filter is clogged. noise is → Clean according to the maintenance procedures loud/reverberates ¡...
  • Page 24: Specifications

    Specifications Model MJ-E26SX-A1 Power supply Single phase 230-240V 50Hz Dehumidifying capacity 26 L/day Power consumption 415W Water tank capacity stops automatically at approx. 5.0L Weight 15.5kg Dimensions (h × w × d) 594mm × 372mm × 281mm ∞ The dehumidifying capacity is a value obtained when the dehumidifier is continuously run at a room temperature of 30°C and humidity of 80%.

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