Question about Heating & Cooling
From the left to the right way the first under the first simbol(fan) is one low line and one high line. This means low line when the button is pushed down and the high line when the button is up. I guess to make yhe coolest cooling you should push down the first and the third button after take some gripping tools and the thermometer in the middle turn right as much as you can. After turn on whit the button on the right side. The second button if you push in then i think you get wet air. Just put your hand front of the fan and feel test it. Which type is it?
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove your remote control on the unit, follow the manual step by step. First, do the emergency on/off button, then operate the air conditioning using the remote control, follow the procedure of your manual.You may notice a clicking sound of your remote control. The yellow/green color of your emegency on/off button will turn to blue. Do not put it back your remote control on the unit because he may sense the temperature of the vent, and your air conditioning will not stay on, it will shut off every five minutes. Your problem is solve.
Posted on May 28, 2009
I think the wiring diagram is on a printed sticker on the side of the water collector, just pull it out of the right side as you look at it. There should be one on there hope this helps as i have the same unit in the other room. regards Richard
Posted on May 29, 2009
Here's a link to the manual.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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