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Sharp DW-R268A Operation Manual

Sharp dw-r268a dehumidifier operation manual
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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ENGLISH Thank you very much for purchasing this SHARP dehumidifier. Please read this manual carefully to ensure safe, effective use of your dehumidifier. Please read carefully through ÒPrecautionsÓ before commencing to use this product. Please keep this manual within easy reach so that you can refer to it at any time you need.
  • Page 4: Precautions

    SHARP between objects. Otherwise the Prohibited Service Center. power cord may be damaged, resulting in electric shock or fire.
  • Page 5 Meaning of the Symbols Actions that should be strictly avoided. Prohibited Actions that must be taken. Musts Take care to read through the safety cautions before commencing to use this product. Keep this manual within easy reach so that you can refer to it at any time. Cautions Do not move the unit on its casters on Do not use the...
  • Page 6 40 minutes. If the [ ] indicator still remains on, consult the shop where you purchased the unit or your nearest SHARP Service Center. Operating the unit in DRY CLOTHES or CONTINUOUS DEHUMIDIFY mode for long periods causes the room temperature to rise and the air to dry out.
  • Page 7: Proper Uses

    To ensure good operating efficiency, avoid Proper Uses repeatedly opening doors and windows in the room where the unit is operating. Lowering room humidity To maintain room humidity at a comfortable level. Automatically maintain the room humidity in the range 55% to 60%. AUTO DEHUMIDITY Preventing mold formation.
  • Page 8: Front View

    Part Names and Functions Front view Water tank page PLASMACLUSTER ION indicator Tank lid FULL TANK Tank handle Indicator Float Blinks (green) when the tank is full. Rear view WIDE SWING Louver Air Outlet page Handle Filter page Air intake Continuous drainage hole Band page...
  • Page 9: Control Panel

    Press to sel e ct CONTINUOUS DEHUMIDIFY page operati o n and the desi r ed ai r fl o w rate. DRY CLOTHES button Starts drying clothes. Power consumption DW-R268A corresponds to 80% of the Model Specifications 220V humidity value.
  • Page 10: Preparations Before Using

    There may occasionally be water in the water tank when Preparations Before Using the unit is operated for the first time. This is the drain water generated when the product was inspected at the factory and does not indicate a problem with the unit. Before operating Do not remove the blue part inside the float.
  • Page 11: Operation Procedure

    Operation Procedure AUTO DEHUMIDIFY operation (Indication example) AUTO DEHUMIDIFY mode, slightly high humidity, WIDE SWING louver in air flow direction "Up". WIDE SWING button AUTO DEHUMIDIFY button POWER ON/OFF button Lighting Lighting Lighting Lighting OPERATION indicator Press the POWER ON/OFF button. WIDE SWING louver The OPERATION indicator lights and AUTO DEHUMIDIFY operation starts.
  • Page 12: Continuous Dehumidify Operation

    CONTINUOUS DEHUMIDIFY operation CONTINUOUS DEHUMIDIFY mode, air flow rate "Low", slightly high humidity, WIDE SWING louver in air flow direction "Up". (Indication example) WIDE SWING button CONTINUOUS DEHUMIDIFY button POWER ON/OFF button Lighting Lighting Lighting Lighting OPERATION indicator Press the POWER ON/OFF button. The OPERATION indicator lights and AUTO DEHUMIDIFY operation starts.
  • Page 13: Dry Clothes Operation

    Operation Procedure DRY CLOTHES operation (Indication example) DRY CLOTHES mode, slightly high humidity, WIDE SWING louver in air flow direction "Up" WIDE SWING button DRY CLOTHES button POWER ON/OFF button Lighting Lighting Lighting Lighting OPERATION indicator Press the POWER ON/OFF button. The OPERATION indicator lights and AUTO DEHUMIDIFY operation starts.
  • Page 14: Changing The Air Flow Direction

    Changing the air flow direction The WIDE SWING button allows you to select "Up", "Rear" or "Wide" for the air flow direction, or stopping (Off) it at a desired angle. Press the WIDE SWING button during operation. By repeatedly pressing the WIDE SWING button, the position of the WIDE SWING louver can be changed in the sequence shown below.
  • Page 15: How To Operate The Timer

    How to Operate the Timer To set on timer It can be set only when the unit is shut down. Confirm that the OPERATION indicator has gone out and operation has stopped. TIMER SETTING TIMER ON Press the TIMER button. indicator indicator The ON TIMER indicator, [...
  • Page 16: Emptying The Water Tank

    How to Operate the Timer To set off timer it can be set when the unit is in operation Confirm that the OPERATION indicator is on and the unit is in operation. TIMER OFF indicator Press TIMER SETTING button Blinking Indications change simultaneously as follows: the OFF TIMER indicator lights, the LED display changes to [ ], the HUMIDITY indicator goes off, and the TIMER...
  • Page 17: Continuous Drainage

    Continuous Drainage Cautions when using the unit with continuous drainage This dehumidifier is for home use. If you use it with continuous drainage, make sure to check the unit at least once every 2 weeks for a dirty filter or clogged drain hose. If you are using a drain hose, make sure that the temperature around the hose does not drop below 0¡C.
  • Page 18: Maintenance

    For safety purposes, turn off and unplug the unit Maintenance before carrying out any maintenance. For clean, sanitary and pro-long use, regular maintenance is recommended. Water tank (About once a week) Removing and installing the tank lid, tank handle, and tank float. Lever (1) Detach the tank lid gradually from the left or right toward the opposite side.
  • Page 19: Things To Remember

    Things to remember The temperature at which the unit can be operated is 5¡C to 35¡C. If the room temperature is over 35¡C, the built-in protection system will automatically turn off the unit. Dehumidifying operation increases room temperature. (The dehumidifier does not have a cooling function.) The unit generates heat during operation and will become warm.
  • Page 20: Before Calling For Service

    ] continues to appear after checking the problem based on page E-4, ] lights on the LED "Cautions for Use", disconnect the power plug and contact the shop display and operation stops. where you purchased the product or your nearest SHARP Service Center. Error Codes LED Display Description...
  • Page 40 SHARP CORPORATION...