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Press the 'mode' button on your remote until it says 'cool' or shows a snowflake symbol. Careful that you don't set it to 'heat' mode accidentally if it only has symbols. The 'sun' (heat) mode symbol can look like a snowflake on some of these remotes. Then set the temperature to suit you.
Take batteries out of the remote control. wait a minute till display is empty then return batteries. The display then alternates between a snowflake and sun, you touch any button when it reaches the sun. If you misjudge timeing try again from the beginning. You do the same when returning to cooling.
hi.welcome to the mitsubishi worl of airconditioning.thay are great units to have.ok let me explane this for you.
the sun is for heat mode the snow flake is for cooling mode rain droplet is for dehumifiy the air if its a humid day.i hope this helps you.you have to choose the modes on the remote for the unit.then the unit will do the mode you choose on the day.
Generally all the symbols on each unit are the same. The snowflake does cooling, the sun does heating, the fan does fan only mode, the water droplet does dehumidify and the arrows means automatic mode. The increasing bars refers to the fan speed. Mat