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Always replace a fuse with one with the cor-
rect current rating. The use of improperly
rated fuses or a substitution of fuses with
steel or copper wire may result in bursting,
fire or explosion.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, smoke,
and fire due to infiltration of dust and water,
properly install all required covers.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, smoke,
and fire due to infiltration of dust and water,
properly install all required terminal block
covers and insulation sheets.
To reduce the risk of fire or explosion, do
not place flammable materials or use flam-
mable sprays around the unit.
To reduce the risk of being caught in rotat-
ing parts, electric shock, and burns, do not
operate the unit without all required panels
and guards being installed.
To reduce the risk of injury, do not sit,
stand, or place objects on the unit.
The unit described in this manual is not in-
tended for use with food, animals, plants,
precision instruments, or art work.
To reduce the risk of water leakage and mal-
functions, do not turn off the power immedi-
ately after stopping operation. Leave the
unit turned on for at least 5 minutes before
turning off the power.
Do not install the unit over things that are
vulnerable to water damage from condensa-
tion dripping.
To reduce the risk of injury, electric shock,
and malfunctions, do not touch or allow ca-
bles to come in contact with the edges of
components.
[2] Transportation and Installation
Transportation and Installation
Lift the unit by placing the slings at desig-
nated locations. Support the outdoor unit
securely at four points to keep it from slip-
ping and sliding. If the unit is not properly
supported, it may fall and cause personal
injury.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, smoke,
and fire due to infiltration of dust and water,
properly install all required covers and pan-
els on the terminal box and control box.
To reduce the risk of injury from units falling
or falling over, periodically check the instal-
lation base for damage.
Consult an authorized agency for the proper
disposal of the unit. Refrigerant oil and re-
frigerant that may be left in the unit pose a
risk of fire, explosion, or environmental pol-
lution.
To reduce the risk of injury, do not touch the
heat exchanger fins or sharp edges of com-
ponents with bare hands.
Always wear protective gears when touch-
ing electrical components on the unit. Sev-
eral minutes after the power is switched off,
residual voltage may still cause electric
shock.
To reduce the risk of electric shock and
burns, always wear protective gear when
working on units.
To reduce the risk of injury, do not insert fin-
gers or foreign objects into air inlet/outlet
grills. If the unit is left on a damaged base, it
may fall and cause injury.
To reduce the risk of injury, always wear
protective gear when working on units.
Do not release refrigerant into the atmo-
sphere. Collect and reuse the refrigerant, or
have it properly disposed of by an autho-
rized agency. Refrigerant poses environ-
mental hazards if released into the air.
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