1 40MAQ High Wall Ductless System Sizes 09 to 36 Owner's Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE A NOTE ABOUT SAFETY... 2 GENERAL... 2 PART NAMES... 3 FUNCTION BUTTONS... 4 DISPLAY PANELS... 5 REMOTE CONTROL... 6 REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS... 7 CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING NOTE TO EQUIPMENT OWNER: Please read this Owner s Information Manual carefully before installing and using this appliance and keep this manual for future reference. For your convenience, please record the model and serial numbers of your new equipment in the spaces provided. This information, along with the installation data and dealer contact information, will be helpful should your system require maintenance or service. UNIT INFORMATION Model # Serial # INSTALLATION INFORMATION Date Installed DEALERSHIP CONTACT INFORMATION Company Name: Address: Phone Number: Technician Name:
2 A NOTE ABOUT SAFETY Any time you see this symbol in manuals, instructions and on the unit, be aware of the potential for personal injury. There are three levels of precaution: DANGER identifies the most serious hazards which will result in severe personal injury or death. WARNING signifies hazards that could result in personal injury or death. CAUTION is used to identify unsafe practices which could result in minor personal injury or product and property damage. NOTE is used to highlight suggestions which will result in enhanced installation, reliability, or operation.! WARNING PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH AND / OR PROPERTY DAMAGE HAZARD Failure to follow this warning could result in personal injury, death or property damage. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, maintenance, or use can cause explosion, fire, electrical shock, or other conditions which may cause personal injury or property damage. Consult a qualified installer, service agency, or your distributor or branch for information or assistance. The qualified installer or service agency must use factory authorized kits or accessories when modifying this product. Read and follow all instructions and warnings, including labels shipped with or attached to unit before operating your new air conditioner. GENERAL The high wall fan coil unit provides quiet, maximum comfort. In addition to cooling and/or heating, the high wall fan coil unit matched with an outdoor condensing unit filters and dehumidifies the air in the room to provide maximum comfort. IMPORTANT: The high wall fan coil unit should be installed by authorized personnel only; using approved tubing and accessories. If technical assistance, service or repair is needed, contact the installer. The high wall fan coil unit can be set up and operated from the remote control (provided). If the remote is misplaced, the system can be operated from the Auto setting on the unit. Operating Modes: The high wall fan coil unit has five operating modes: Fan only Auto Heating (heat pump models only) Cooling Dehumidification (DRY) Fan Only In Fan Only mode, the system filters and circulates the room air without changing room air temperature. Auto In Auto mode, the system automatically cools or heats the room according to the user selected set point. NOTE: Auto mode is recommended for use on Single Zone applications only. Using Auto changeover on multi zone applications could set an indoor unit to STANDBY mode, indicated with two dashes ( ) on the display, which will turn off the indoor unit until all the indoor units are in the same mode (Cooling or Heating ). Heating is the system s priority mode. Simultaneous Heating and Cooling is not allowed. Heating In Heating mode, the system heats and filters the room air. Cooling In Cooling mode, the system cools, dries and filters the room air. Dehumidification (DRY) In Dehumidification mode, the system dries, filters and slightly cools the room air temperature. This mode prioritizes air dehumidification but it does not take the place of a dehumidifier. Wireless Remote Control The remote control transmits commands to set up and operate the system. The control has a window display panel that displays the current system status. The control can be secured to a surface when used with the mounting bracket provided. Wired Remote Control (Optional) 24V Interface (Optional) Allows the control of the Ductless System with a third party thermostat. 2
3 Swing F.P. AUTO COOL DRY HEAT Sleep Timer FAN HIGH MED LOW PART NAMES Indoor 10 Self Clean Follow Me LED Turbo Ionizer Smart Eye Silence TEMP Mode On/Off Fan Air Outlet Front panel 2. Air Inlet 3. Display 4. Air Filter 5. Right Left airflow grille 6. Up Down air flow louver 7. Interconnecting tubing 8. Control and power wiring to indoor unit 9. Service valves 10. Remote control 11. Remote control bracket 12. Self tapping screws Outdoor 8 9 Fig. 1 Indoor/Outdoor Unit A14354 Fig. 2 Remote Controller 3
4 FUNCTION BUTTONS Before you begin using your new air conditioner, make sure to familiarize yourself with the remote control. The following is a brief introduction to the remote controller. ON/OFF Turns the unit on or off MODE Scrolls through operation modes as follows: AUT O COOL DR Y HEA T FAN FAN/SLC Selects fan speeds in the following order: AUT O LOW MED HIGH Hold down this button for 2 seconds to activate the Silence function. SLEEP Saves energy during sleeping hours ON/OFF MODE FAN/SLC SLEEP TURBO TEMP SWING FP ON OFF DIRECT CLEAN LED FOLLOW FP Activate/Disable freeze protection function. TEMP Increases temperature in O 1 F (1 C) increments O Max. temperature is 86 F. TEMP Decreases temperature in O 1F (1 C) increments O Min. temperature is 62 F. NOTE: Press and hold and buttons together for 3 seconds to alternate the temperature display between the O O C & F scale. ON Sets timer to turn unit on OFF Sets timer to turn unit off TURBO Enables unit to reach preset temperature in shortest possible time SELF CLEAN Starts and stops self clean feature. LED, Turns indoor unit s LED display on and off. If you are sensitive to light when you go to sleep, you can press the LED button to turn off the LED display on the indoor unit. Press the button again to turn it back on. SWING/DIRECT Starts and stops louver movement FOLLOW ME Temperature sensing and room temperature display button. Fig. 3 Remote Controller NOTE: New Remote Controller starting on production of week 41 year 2016 (serial number 4116V10001). For advanced functions, refer to the RG57F3(B)/BGEFU1 Wireless Remote Controller s Service Manual. 4
5 DISPLAY PANELS SELECTED TEMPERATURE / SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CODES indicator DEFROST indicator Illuminates when the coil is warming up to prevent cold blow or when the unit goes into defrost mode. OPERATION indicator This indicator flashes once per second after power is on and illuminates when the unit is in operation. indicator Illuminates during operation Fig. 4 Display Panel A14356 Remote LCD Screen Indicators Transmission Indicator Lights up when the remote sends a signal to indoor unit MODE display Displays the current mode, including: AUTO COOL DRY HEAT FAN ON/OFF display Appears when the unit is turned on, and disappears when it is turned off ON display Displays when ON is set OFF display Displays when OFF is set ECO display Not available for this unit Battery display Low battery detection SLEEP display Displays when SLEEP function is activated FOLLOW ME display Indicates that the FOLLOW ME function is on FAN SPEED display Displays selected FAN SPEED: HIGH, MED, or LOW This display is blank when set to AUTO speed or DRY mode. SILENT display Displays when silence function is activated FRESH display Not available for this unit Temperature/Timer display Displays the set temperature by default, or timer setting when using ON/OFF functions o Temperature range: F Timer setting range: 0-24 hours This display is blank when operating in FAN mode. Fig. 5 Unit Display 5
6 ON/OFF MODE FAN/SLC TEMP FP ON OFF SLEEP SWING DIRECT TURBO CLEAN LED FOLLOW FAN/SLC MODE O N/O FF T E MP SLEEP SWING DIRECT TURBO CLEAN LED FOLLOW OFF ON FP REMOTE CONTROL Fig. 6 Remote Control! CAUTION EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment damage. Handle the control with care and avoid getting the control wet. IMPORTANT: The remote control can operate the unit from a distance of up to 26 ft. (8 m) as long as there are no obstructions. When the timer function is used, the remote control should be kept in the vicinity of the fan coil (within 26 ft. / 8 m). The remote control can perform the following basic functions: Turn the system ON and OFF Select operating mode Adjust room air temperature set point and fan speed Adjust right left airflow direction Refer to the Remote Control Function section for a detailed description of all the capabilities of the remote control. Battery Installation Two AAA 1.5v alkaline batteries (included) are required for operation of the remote control. To install or replace batteries: 1. Slide the back cover off the control to open the battery compartment. 2. Insert batteries. Follow the polarity markings inside the battery compartment. 3. Replace the battery compartment cover. NOTE: 1. When replacing batteries, do not use old batteries or a different type battery. This may cause the remote control to malfunction. 2. If the remote is not going to be used for several weeks, remove the batteries. Otherwise battery leakage may damage the remote control. 3. The average battery life under normal use is about 6 months. 4. Replace the batteries when there is no audible beep from the indoor unit or if the Transmission Indicator fails to light. 5. When batteries are removed, the remote control erases all programmed settings. The control must be reprogrammed after insertion of new batteries. 6 Remote Control Operation Quick Start NOTE: When transmitting a command from the remote control to the unit, be sure to point the control toward the right side of the unit. The unit confirms receipt of a command by sounding an audible beep. 1. Turn the unit on by pushing ON/OFF. 2. If there is a preference for C rather than F (default), press and hold the increase and decrease temperature set point buttons together for approximately 3 seconds. 3. Select the desired mode by pushing the mode button. AUTO COOL DRY HEAT FAN Fig. 7 Modes 4. Select the temperature set point by pointing the control toward the unit and pressing the increase/decrease temperature set point buttons until the desired temperature appears on screen. 5. Select the desired fan speed by pressing FAN. NOTE: If the unit is operating in DRY or AUTO mode, the fan speed will be automatically set. 6. Set the airflow direction. When the unit is turned on, the Up Down Airflow louvers default to the cooling or heating position. The user can adjust the horizontal Up Down airflow louver position by pushing DIRECT or have continuous louver movement by pressing SWING. Manual Operation If the remote control is lost, damaged, or the batteries are exhausted, MANUAL can be used to run the unit. When MANUAL is pressed once, the AUTO mode takes affect (heat or cool). When this button is pressed twice, the system enters the TEST mode and runs for 30 minutes in the COOLING mode (it will run in the AUTO mode afterward). When pressed three times, the system turns OFF. Manual Button AUTO/COOL A14359 Fig. 8 Manual Button The set conditions of manual operation are as follows: Preset set point: 76F (24C) Fan speed: AUTO Discharge air direction: Pre set position based on operation in Cool or Heat mode.
7 REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS Pressing On/Off When the air conditioner is not in operation, the remote control displays the last set point and mode. Press ON/OFF to start the unit. The unit starts in the last operating mode and set point. The ON/OFF indicator appears. Press ON/OFF to stop the unit. All the indicator lights on the unit go out, and the remote control displays the set point and mode. NOTE: If ON/OFF is pressed too soon after a stop, the compressor will not start for 3 to 4 minutes due to the inherent protection against frequent compressor cycling. The unit only emits an audible beep when the signals are received correctly. Selecting an Operating Mode Use OPERATING MODE to select one of the available modes. Selecting the Up Down Louver Position To optimize comfort, the Up Down louver operates in a preset range as shown in the figure below. COOLING HEATING A08044 Fig. 11 Louver Position The up down airflow louver can be adjusted by pressing DIRECT on the remote control and can be set to be stationary or moving continuously pressing SWING. The up down louver position is stored in the settings, however it is deactivated when the TURBO or MANUAL settings are set, or when a power interruption takes place. Air Direction Press DIRECT repeatedly to choose one of the up down louver positions. Every time this button is pushed, the specific louver swings by 6 degrees. In the COOLING, DRY, and FAN ONLY modes, the louver swings in the cooling range. In the HEATING mode, the louver swings in the heating range. NOTE: Always use the remote control to adjust the up down louver position, otherwise abnormal operation may occur. If the up down louver is manually adjusted out of its range, power the unit off and then back on again. Auto Swing For automatic up down louver swing, push SWING. Selecting Right Left Direction of the Louver The right-left louvers can be adjusted manually to direct the airflow to achieve optimal comfort in the space. Fig. 9 Display Setting the Room Temperature Set Point Press the increase temperature set point and decrease buttons to raise or lower the temperature. The unit confirms the signal receipt with a beep and the value of the set temperature appears on the display and changes accordingly. The temperature can be set between 62F (17C) and 86F (30C) in increments of 1F or 1C. NOTE: In the COOLING mode, if the temperature selected is higher than the room temperature, the unit will not start. The same applies for the HEATING mode if the selected temperature is lower than the room temperature. Selecting the Fan Speed AUTO LOW MED HIGH A14362 Fig. 10 Fan Speeds The fan speed can be selected by pressing FAN. NOTE: When the unit is on, the fan runs continuously in cooling or heating. When in heating, there might be situations where the fan will slow down or shut off to prevent cold blow. A07543 Fig. 12 Louver Timer Function ON (to start the unit) and OFF (to stop the unit) can be used separately or together. Timer ON only This function allows the unit to start automatically at the set time. The ON function can be set while the unit is on or off. UNIT ON a. Press ON to initiate the auto-on time sequence. The set time is displayed in the remote control display. Every time ON is pressed, the time increases by 30 minutes, up to 10 h. It increases by 60 minutes, afterwards, until the time setting reaches 24 h. b. When the ON is set, the light on unit illuminates. The unit continues to run at the set time. UNIT OFF a. Set the timer described in the UNIT ON section. b. The unit starts at the set time. Adjust the ON settings to 0.0 to cancel this option. 7
8 Timer OFF only This function allows the unit to stop automatically at the set time. The timer can be set while the unit is on or while it is off. UNIT ON a. Press OFF to initiate the auto off time sequence. The set time appears on the remote control display. Every time OFF is pressed, the time increases by 30 minutes, up to 10 h. It increases by 60 minutes, afterwards, until the time settings reach 24 h. b. When the OFF is set, the timer light on the unit illuminates and the unit turns off automatically at the set time. UNIT OFF a. Set the off as described in the UNIT ON section. The display on the unit illuminates and the unit remains off. b. Adjust the ON settings to 0.0 to cancel this option. Timer ON and Timer OFF Use both functions to program the unit to turn on and shut off at specified times. UNIT OFF a. Set ON as previously described. b. Set OFF as previously described. The unit starts automatically at the set TIME ON and turns off at the set TIME OFF. UNIT ON a. Set TIME OFF as previously described. b. Set TIME ON as previously described. The unit turns off automatically at the set TIME OFF and turns on at the set TIME ON. Sleep Mode SLEEP mode is used to conserve energy and can be used when the unit is in the COOL, HEAT or AUTO mode only. Cool Mode a. Push SLEEP. After 1 hour the set point raises by 1.8F (1C). After another hour, the set point raises by another 1.8F (1C) and the fan runs in a low speed. The unit shuts off 5 hours after setting the SLEEP mode. The SLEEP mode cancels if either Mode, TEMP, Fan, Timer, or On/Off on the remote control is pressed. Heat Mode Same as the COOLING mode however the set points are lowered by 1.8 F (1C). TURBO Mode Use the TURBO mode to cool or heat the room rapidly. a. Press TURBO. An audible beep is heard if the indoor unit supports this function. The fan runs on super high speed. The TURBO mode terminates automatically 20 minutes after pushing TURBO mode. It can be terminated immediately by selecting the TURBO mode again. When the TURBO mode is terminated, the unit reverts to the original setting. Self Clean Mode Press Self Clean to activate or deactivate the self cleaning function. Under this function, the air conditioner automatically cleans and dries the evaporator. The cleaning cycle takes 30 minutes, after which the unit turns off automatically. Pressing SLC on the middle of the cycle cancels the operation and turn off the unit. This function can be activated only on COOL or DRY mode. Follow Me Mode Press Follow Me to activate or deactivate this function. Under this setting, the temperature that appears in the remote control is the actual temperature at its location. The remote control sends this signal to the air conditioner every 3 minutes. This function is not available for DRY and FAN modes. Freeze Protection Mode Press FP for approximately 2 seconds to activate or deactivate the freeze protection mode (heating set back). The indoor unit displays FP. NOTE: This function is only available in the heating mode. Under this function, the unit operates at high fan speed and the coil temperature automatically sets to 46F (8C). This mode can also be deactivated by pressing On/Off, Sleep, Mode, Fan, or either TEMP. Silence Mode Press SLC to activate of deactivate the SILENCE Mode. Under this function, the compressor operates at low frequency and the indoor unit produces a faint breeze, which reduces the noise to the lowest level. Due to low the frequency operation of the compressor, it may result in insufficient cooling and heating capacity. LED Light Press LED to turn the display light on and off. Resetting the Remote Control If the batteries in the remote control are removed, the current settings will be cancelled and the control returns to the initial settings and will be in standby mode. Push ON/OFF to activate. Time Delay If On/Off is pressed too soon after a stop, the compressor will not start for 3 to 4 minutes due to the inherent protection against frequent compressor cycling. The unit only emits an audible beep when the signals are received correctly. Heating Features If the unit is in HEATING mode, there is a delay when the fan starts. The fan starts only after the coil is warmed up to prevent cold blow. Auto Defrost Operation In HEATING mode, if the outdoor coil is frosted, the indoor fan and outdoor fan turns off while the system removes the frost on the outdoor coil. The system automatically reverts to normal operation when frost is removed from the outdoor unit. Auto Start If the power fails while the unit is operating, the unit stores the operating condition, and it will start operation automatically under those conditions when the power is restored. 8
9 CLEANING, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING! CAUTION ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD Failure to follow this caution may result in personal injury or death. Always turn off power to the system before performing any cleaning or maintenance to the system. Turn off the outdoor disconnect switch located near outdoor unit. Be sure to disconnect indoor unit if on a separate switch! CAUTION EQUIPMENT DAMAGE/OPERATION HAZARD Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment damage or improper unit operation. Operating the system with dirty air filters may damage the indoor unit and could cause reduced cooling performance, intermittent system operation, frost build up on indoor coil or blown fuses. Periodic Maintenance Periodic maintenance is recommended to ensure proper operation of the unit. Recommended maintenance intervals may vary depending on the installation environment, e.g., dusty zones, etc. Refer to Table 1.! CAUTION CUT HAZARD Failure to follow this caution may result in personal injury. The coil fins are very sharp. Use caution when cleaning. Always wear safety protection. Cleaning the Coil Clean the coil at the beginning of each cooling season, or when necessary. Use a vacuum cleaner or a long bristle brush to avoid damage to the coil fins. Air Filters Remove and clean the air filters once a month. NOTE: If air filters show signs of excessive wear or are torn, they must be replaced. Contact your local dealer for replacement filters. 1. Open front panel on unit. 2. Pull filters down to remove. 3. Vacuum filters. 4. Clean with warm water. 5. Shake filter to remove excess water and dry thoroughly. 6. Replace filter by sliding into rack until filter snaps in place. 7. Close front panel on unit.! CAUTION EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD Failure to follow this caution may result in equipment damage. When cleaning the front panel, do not use water hotter than 105F (40.6C) and do not pour water onto the fan coil. Do not use abrasive or petroleum based cleaners as they may damage the front panel. Indoor Unit Front Panel To clean the front panel on the indoor unit, wipe the outside with a soft, dry cloth. Preparing for Extended Shutdown Period Clean the filters and reposition them in the unit. Operate the unit in Fan only mode for 12 hours to dry all internal parts. Turn main power supply off and remove batteries from the remote control. System Operation Recommendations The items outlined in the following list help to assure proper system operation: Replace both remote control batteries at the same time. Point the remote control toward the unit display panel when transmitting a command. Keep doors and windows closed while unit is operating. Contact an authorized service representative if a problem arises that cannot be easily resolved. Do not perform cleaning or maintenance activities while the unit is on. Keep the display panel on the unit away from direct sunlight and heat as this may interfere with remote control transmissions. Do not block air intakes and outlets on the indoor or outdoor units. Energy Saving Recommendations The following recommendations will add greater efficiency to the ductless system: Select a comfortable thermostat setting and leave it at chosen setting. Avoid continually raising and lowering the setting. Keep the filter clean. Frequent cleaning may be necessary depending on indoor air quality. Use drapes, curtains or shades to keep direct sunlight from heating the room on very hot days. Limit the unit s run time by using the function. Do not obstruct the air intake on the front panel. Turn on the air conditioning unit before the indoor air becomes too uncomfortable. Troubleshooting Refer to Table 2 before contacting your local dealer. 9
10 Table 1 Periodic Maintenance INDOOR UNIT EVERY MONTH EVERY 6 MONTHS EVERY YEAR Clean Air Filter* Replace Carbon Filter Change Remote Control Batteries OUTDOOR UNIT EVERY MONTH EVERY 6 MONTHS EVERY YEAR Clean Outdoor Coil from Outside Clean Outdoor Coil from Inside Blow Air Over Electric Parts Check Electric Connection Tightening Clean Fan Wheel Check Fan Tightening Clean Drain Pans * Increase frequency in dusty zones. Maintenance to be carried out by qualified service personnel. Refer to the Installation Manual Table 2 Troubleshooting PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Unit/System Does Not Work The circuit breaker has tripped or a fuse has blown. Power failure. Diagnostic lights illuminate.* Voltage is too low. Reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse with the specified replacement fuse. Restart operation when the power is restored. Call your service representative. Call your service representative. Cooling is Not Working Properly Heating is Not Working Properly Unit Stops During Operation The filter is blocked by dust. Temperature is not set properly. A window or door is open. The outdoor unit is obstructed. The fan speed is too low. The operation mode is in Fan instead of Cool. The filter is blocked with dust. Temperature is set too low. A window or door is open. The outdoor unit is obstructed. The Off timer is not operating correctly. Diagnostic lights illuminate.* Clean the air filter. Check the temperature and reset if necessary. Close the window or door. Remove the obstruction. Change the fan speed selection. Change the operating mode to Cool or reset the unit. Clean the air filter. Check the temperature and reset if necessary. Close the window or door. Remove the obstruction. Restart the operating mode. Call your service representative. * Diagnostic lights are a combination of lights that will illuminate in the display area on the unit. They are a combination of the lights you see during normal operation. Copyright 2017 Carrier Corporation 7310 W. Morris St. Indianapolis, IN Edition Date: 10/17 Manufacturer reserves the right to change, at any time, specifications and designs without notice and without obligations. 10 Catalog No: OM-40MAQ-06 Replaces: OM-40MAQ-05
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ENGLISH REMOTE CONTROL MANUAL CONTENT PRECAUTIONS...1-2 USING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT...3 OPERATION...4-9 Thank you for purchasing our Room Air Conditioner. Before using your air-conditioner, please read
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HIGH-WALL DUCTLESS AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING SYSTEM OWNER S MANUAL Models: NEO09HP115V1A NEO12HP115V1A NEO09HP230V1A NEO12HP230V1A NEO18HP230V1A NEO24HP230V1A NEO30HP230V1A NEO36HP230V1A Thank you for
CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS... FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS... 3 NAME OF PARTS... 4 PREPARATION... 6 OPERATION... 7 TIMER OPERATION... 9 SLEEP TIMER OPERATION... 0 ADJUSTING THE DIRECTION OF AIR CIRCULATION...
User Manual Table of Contents Owner s Manual 0 1 Safety Precautions...04 Unit Specifications and Features...06 SAFETY FIRST 2 Manual Operation (Without Remote)...11 3 Care and Maintenance...12 4 Troubleshooting...14
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The design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice for product improvement. Consult with the sales agency or manufacturer for details. INFRARED WIRELESS MULTI FUNCTI REMOTE CTROLLER
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OWNER S MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER Please read this manual carefully before operating your set and retain it for future reference. TYPE : WALL MOUNTED P/NO : MFL42262831 www.lg.com ITALIANO ESPAÑOL FRANCAIS
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OPERATING MANUAL HEAT & COOL MODEL (REVERSE CYCLE) ROOM AIR CONDITIONER WALL MOUNTED TYPE Indoor Unit AST9LSACW AST12LSACW Outdoor Unit AOT9LSAC AOT12LSAC KEEP THIS OPERATION MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY This unit must be installed by a registered, licensed installer as required by Government regulations. Reverse Cycle Split System Air Conditioner USER MANUAL Model Number AK-12000-RC
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HIGH-WALL DUCTLESS AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING SYSTEM OWNER S MANUAL Models: CROWN09HP230V1A CROWN12HP230V1A CROWN18HP230V1A Thank you for choosing a Crown High-Wall Air Conditioning & Heating System! You
11,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner with dehumidifier & Fan PE4-11R-03 Operating Instructions Model No. PE4-11R-03 2006 Soleus Air International Thank you for choosing a Soleus Air Portable Air Conditioner.
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USER S MANUAL Remote Controller 1 This is a general use remote controller that can be used with multiple models/units. Some functions will not apply to all models. Functions that are not operational will
R AY-AP09DJ SPLIT TYPE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER OPERATION MANUAL INDOOR UNIT AY-AP09DJ OUTDOOR UNIT AE-A09DJ ENGLISH Thank you for purchasing a SHARP air conditioner. Please read this manual carefully before
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14,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner 14,200 BTU Heat Pump Model Number: LX-140 Operating Instructions 3092402 Model No. LX-140 2012 Soleus Air International Thank you for choosing a Soleus Air LX-140 Portable
OWNER S MANUAL HIGH WALL INVERTER (English) (BSHVD1S SERIES) IMPORTANT As with any product that has moving parts or is subject to wear and tear, it is VERY IMPORTANT that you maintain your air conditioner
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