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Re: stand up airconditioner
To your question the answer is YES, generally vented to the outdoors through a window. Generally speaking there are two hose connections for cooling the refrigeration end of the A/C. one should supply cool air from outside and the other should discharge the hot air outside. If not vented to the outdoors your build heat instead of cooling.
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Check the filters . It sounds as though its iced up. had the unit been running for a long period of time? If so you might see ice on the indoor coil . If so shut down the cooling leaving the fan on to help deice the unit . If it ices up again then you may have a fan that is running slow or a coil that is plugged with lint due to inproper filter service .. check the coil for ice and let me know.. Jon
Try the following to begin operating the air conditioner:1. Plug in the air conditioner. (To prevent electrical hazards, do not use an extensioncord or an adapter plug.)2. Set the exhaust vent to the CLOSED position.3. Press “On/Off” button to turn unit on.5. Press Mode “COOL”6. Press “TEMP/TIME” up or down V to the desired set temperature.Review the “Air Conditioner Features” section for other settings
To get proper cold air set temp 23 degree and mode"cool". To get heat set temp 30 degree and mode in "Heat"
Now symbols: 1. fan leaves - Fan only 2. Rain drop- Dry mode 3. Snow flake-Cool mode 4. Sun- Heat 5. A or AU- Auto mode.For further details, plz: www.devicemanuals.com/guide/.../Daikin-manuals.html
You need to check that tour filters are new. Then check that air is coming from the vents and is at least 15 degrees cooler than room temp. If no air coil is frozen, or blower motor and run cap are not working. If frozen than turn system to off and fan switch is on until you feel air through vents.
You'll need to make sure the outside unit is runing and the larger copper line is cold like a can soda. If it's cold but is freezing up, it needs to have a charge added. If its running but not cold and the fan is not running or the compressor isn't running it could have a blown capacitor. If its not running at all check. the circuit breakers and reset them. And a good idea to keep the outside unit washed with water,and that it is clear of weeds and stuff.