Question about Honeywell HY-048BP Tower Fan
MY AC WENT OUT AND I CAN'T FIGURE OUT HOW TO GET THIS FAN TO PUT OUT COLD AIR
I had the same problem...and I accidentally discovered the solution...
One thing you have to remember is that the temperature that is shown on the screen is actually the room temperature and not the "wind" temperature.
To set the "wind" temperature, press the "m" button (aka temp/timer) once...it should show a flashing thermostat and the temperature screen changes to show the default "wind" temperature (it's 74 degrees)...
Next use the "down" button to the right of the screen to reduce the wind temperature to the desired temperature and that's all you have to do. IMPORTANT: if you wish to increase or decrease the temperature of the "wind" you just use the "up" or "down" button; DO NOT HIT "m" again since if you hit "m" again, it will cycle through the "timer" and then "temp" again, and it will reset the "wind" temperature to the default 74 degrees.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
Can you read #3? They never said it was an A/C, all that was stated is they could not get cold air to come out of the fan... which for your info, does have an option to shoot out cold air (not A/C). durrr!
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
With Nagtive Ion function, it could provide cold air from this fan!!!
Mr. Solution 2 seems do not know this!!!
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
Posted on May 19, 2008
ARE YOU ******* KIDDING???? IT'S A FAN IDIOT! NOT AN AIR CONDITIONER! YOU NEED COLD AIR ON YOUR BRAIN! LOL
Posted on May 11, 2008
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