Operating Your Air Conditioner; Starting Your Air Conditioner - Whirlpool Air Conditioner Installation Instructions Manual

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Operating Your Air Conditioner

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Operating your air conditioner properly helps you to obtain the best possible results.
This section explains proper air conditioner operation.
IMPORTANT:
• If you turn the air conditioner off, wait at least 3 minutes before turning it back on. This prevents the air conditioner from
blowing a fuse or tripping a circuit breaker.
• Do not try to operate your air conditioner in the cooling mode when outside temperature is below 65°F (18°C). The
inside evaporator coil will freeze up and the air conditioner will not operate properly.

Starting your air conditioner

1. Set the EXHAUST Control (some models) to
CLOSED for maximum continuous cooling. The
EXHAUST Control set to OPEN position allows you
to draw stale or smoky air from the room.
OPEN - to exhaust room air to the outside.
CLOSED - to circulate room air.
The EXHAUST Control will function only when the
FAN CONTROL is operating.
2. Set the FAN CONTROL to the desired setting.
When the air conditioner is operating at LOW
COOL, MED COOL (some models), or HIGH
COOL, the fan circulates air continuously.
HIGH COOL - for maximum cooling
MED COOL (some models) - for normal
cooling
LOW COOL - for sleeping comfort
FAN ONLY
When the FAN ONLY setting is selected, the fan will
run continuously to move air, but the air will not be
cooled.
POWER SAVER (some models)
When the air conditioner is operating on POWER
SAVER, the fan runs only when cooling is needed.
The fan stops circulating air when the room
temperature matches the THERMOSTAT Control
setting.
Since the fan does not circulate the room air
continuously, less energy is used but the room air is
not circulated as often. Use POWER SAVER when
you are away from home or asleep.
HEAT/COOL AIR CONDITIONER
HEAT SETTINGS
HIGH HEAT - for maximum heating
LOW HEAT - for reducing heating
FAN ONLY (some models) - for circulating air
without heating or cooling
Your air conditioner has one of these controls:
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