Question about Heating & Cooling
When I put the setting to 17 to doesn't stay and goes back to the highest setting. Is there a Manual in PDF format somewhere?
SOURCE: There is a red lamp
Tank full: When the air conditioning unit is operating in air conditioning or dehumidifying mode, the condensation is collected in a special tank.
When the tank is full, the "tank full" indicator light on the control panel flashes.
Remove the condensation tank, empty and replace on the unit as shown in the following figures.
1. While the air conditioning unit is operating in air conditioning or dehumidifying mode, do not extract the condensation tank before it is full, otherwise a buzzer will sound indicating that the compressor has stopped. The unit will switch to FAN mode.
2. To remove the tank before it is completely full, the unit must be stopped by turning it off or operating it in FAN mode only, waiting about three minutes to avoid the condensation dripping outside the tank, then removing the tank.
3. Do not remove the cap of the tube in the water tank compartment (present in certain models only) while the unit is operating with condensation collecting in the tank as this could lead to leaks of water.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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