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Vane control on Mr. Slim Remote

I can adjust the vertical direction of the vane control to the "downward" postion, directing the flow of cool air from the unit downward, toward the floor. It stays in that position for an hour or two and then returns to the "straight out" position, blowing cold air directly out in an unwanted direction. I then have to turn the unit off, and restart it. Without any resetting on the remote, it then returns to the desired "downward" vane position and contiunes to operate that way for an hour or two before it again reverts to the direct out position which I generally do not want. Can't the desired downward vane position be maintained throughout the operation of the unit? Am I doing something wrong in "programming" the vane control via the remote?

ThANK YOU,

BILL WRIGHT
PUNTA GORDA, FL

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  • Tanveer Ahmed May 25, 2009

    i have the same problem can anyone help

  • kyle woodhouse
    kyle woodhouse Aug 19, 2014

    I have the same issue as well. The vane setting will not stay put. I put it on the lowest setting and then an hour later its back to the middle all by itself. Very annoying.

  • Thomas Woodburn
    Thomas Woodburn May 02, 2018

    you could unhook the vanes from the motor, then they would never move but I have never heard of this problem.

  • Manish Holla
    Manish Holla Feb 21, 2019

    Even I have the problem. I contacted Mitsubishi AC support, they said it's a feature of this AC. I don't know what kind of feature is this.

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I have mr. slim ms c18vc but i dont know how to set the air flow to left-rigt directions. it flows straight only.

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Pls put the vane on the position 2 and then manually turn the vanes to desired position it will not move until the time you turn the power off and you can enjoy the benefits of Mr slim....

Posted on May 26, 2009

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    Mohd Glk Apr 30, 2018

    can make a video or send link to do...i just try but still same

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