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KA AC 4
230 V ~ 830 W
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    KA AC 4
    230 V ~ 830 W



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    K031105-GB



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    SPECIFICATION
    Model no.
    Cooling capacity

    Power/Ampere consumption for
    cooling*
    Air volume (max. speed)
    Dehumidification capacity
    Recommended room size
    Power supply
    Compressor
    Refrigerant
    Refrigerant load*
    Fan speed
    Timer
    Thermostat
    Net Weight
    Dimension

    AC-9000M
    9000 BTU/hr
    2268 Kcal/hr
    2637 watts
    830W/ 3.9A
    470m3/h
    26.4L/day
    20m2
    230V/50Hz/1phase
    rotary
    R-407C
    470 g
    2
    mechanical switch 1 to 8 hours
    18 to 32oC
    29 kg
    400 x 377 x 750 mm (WxDxH)

    REMARK:
    1. The data marked with '*' may vary for technical reasons: for greater precision, please
    refer to the rating label placed on the unit.
    2. Measuring condition for above is: RT 27°C, RH 60%

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    BEFORE USE
    GENERAL SAFETY




    Only use the appliance in upright position
    on a flat level surface and at least 50cm
    from any object (Fig 1 & 4).
    Do not place objects on the unit or restrict
    the air inlet / outlet .
    Closely supervise any children and pets
    when the unit is in use.

    ELECTRICAL SAFETY






    This appliance is for indoor use only.
    Switch off and unplug the appliance
    when it is not in use.
    Do not use it in too humid or wet
    environments (Fig 3)
    Do not pull the unit along by the cord.
    If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
    replaced by an electrician or similar
    qualified person, to avoid hazard.

    FOR MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY






    Do not exceed the recommended room size
    50m3 (typically 20m2 floor area).
    Close doors and windows.
    Keep curtains and blinds closed during the
    sunniest part of the day.
    Keep the filter clean.
    Once the room has reached the desired
    conditions, reduce the temperature and
    ventilation settings.

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    PARTS
    Front

    Back

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Control Panel (for a picture of the
    panel, see page 8)
    Air outlet
    Carrying handle
    Wheel

    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.
    9.

    Accessories
    10.

    11.

    12.
    13.
    14.
    15.
    16.
    17.

    Inward adaptor - for insertion over
    the hose and into the exhaust air
    outlet in the back of the air
    conditioner.
    Outward adaptor - for insertion
    over the hose and into the foam
    strip (or into the hole in the
    wall/window).
    Exhaust hose
    Foam strip - for filling the open
    window space and with hole for
    connection to the exhaust hose.
    Foam strip - for filling the open
    window space
    Round cap for filling the hole in
    the wall/window.
    Drain tube for continuous
    drainage
    Water tray

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    Holder of the air filter
    Air inlet
    Exhaust air outlet
    Cord storage
    Water stopper / drainage point



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    INSTALLATION
    Installation of the exhaust pipe
    The unit is a portable air conditioner that may be moved from room to room.
    1. Using the foam strips

    Caution: This technique can only be used for sash windows.
     Offer foam strips to the window gap and cut them to size if necessary.
     Pass the exhaust hose through the foam strip, insert the strip into window gaps and
    slide the window across so that foam is held securely. Note: Take care to maintain
    protection against intruders.
    2. Using the adaptor





    Cut a 130mm diameter hole in the wall or window.
    Pass the exhaust hose through the window or wall and attach the threaded
    adaptor from the outside as shown.
    When not in use, plug the hole with the cover provided.

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    Mounting of the exhaust pipe


    Use only the hose provided and
    clip the exhaust hose and unit
    adaptor to the back of the air
    conditioner.



    Avoid kinks and bends in the
    exhaust hose as this will cause

    FIG. 8

    expelled moist air to build up
    causing the unit to overheat and
    shut down. Fig 8 & 9 show the
    correct position of the hose.


    The hose may be extended from
    30cm to 150cm but for maximum
    efficiency, use the shortest length
    possible.

    FIG.9

    FIG.10
    WARNING!
    The length of the exhaust pipe is
    specially designed according to
    the specifications of this product.
    Do not replace or prolong it with
    your own private hose as this
    could cause the unit to
    malfunction.

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    Installation of the carbon filter
    First unplug the appliance.
    1.

    Remove the filter frame from
    the unit. (Fig. 12.1)

    2.

    Separate the filter grid from
    the filter frame. (Fig. 12.2)

    3.

    Remove the active carbon
    filter from its plastic bag and
    cut it to the correct length if
    necessary. (Fig. 12.3)

    4.

    Insert the active carbon filter
    into the filter frame. (Fig.
    12.4)

    5.

    Fix the filter by reassembling
    the grid onto the filter frame.
    (Fig. 12.5)

    6.

    Re-fit the filter frame inside
    the unit. (Fig. 12.6)

    FIG. 12

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    OPERATION

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.

    Power indicator
    Fan operating indicator
    Cooling operating indicator
    'Full water' indicator
    Thermostat
    Speed switch with options for - LOW FAN, HIGH FAN, LOW COOL, HIGH COOL
    Timer (1-8 hours) as well as ON/OFF switch

    Turning ON/OFF
    Set timer to ON for continuous operation (the unit will operate as long as it is not turned
    off).
    The power indicator comes on.
    To turn off the unit, turn the timer to OFF position.
    Setting function / ventilation speed
    Turn the speed switch to select required setting:
    LOW FAN, HIGH FAN, LOW COOL, HIGH COOL

    Setting the temperature
    Turn the thermostat to regulate the temperature you desire. The cooling intensity is
    increasing clockwise.
    Set the timer
    Set the timer to the desired operating time (1 to 8 hours). When the set time has been
    reached, the appliance will cut out automatically.

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    Regulating the air flow direction

    Turn the roller on the air vent to control
    the air flow direction of the vertical
    louvers. (left/right)

    Move the air vent directly to adjust the air
    flow direction of the horizontal louvers.
    (up/down)

    CAUTION !
    1.
    To prolong the compressor's life, after switch-off of the unit, please wait for 3 minutes
    (at least) before re-switch.
    2.
    The cooling system will switch off if the room temperature is lower than the set one.
    The ventilation, however, keeps working on the set level. If the room temperature
    rises above the selected level, the cooling will return to work.

    DRAINAGE
    During the cooling process, some water will be extracted from the air into the unit. If the
    water tank is full, the compressor will stop and only the fan will continue working. The
    'FULL WATER' indicator will come on, indicating that the water tank must be emptied.
    To make the cooling work again, please empty the water tank in one of the following
    ways:
    1. Turn off the air conditioner and avoid
    moving it when full.
    2. Position the water tray underneath the
    drain hole.
    3. Remove the drain knob & rubber plug
    from the drain hole and allow the water
    to drain out.
    4. When the water tray is almost full,
    replace the rubber plug in the drain
    hole and empty the water tray.
    5. Repeat until the unit is emptied.
    6. Replace the rubber plug and tighten
    the drain knob firmly.
    7. Switch on the unit.

    FIG.17
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    If you wish to operate the unit without the need to empty the water tank, please:


    Remove the drain knob and rubber
    plug and retain for future use.



    Connect the drain tube supplied to the
    water outlet as shown and locate the
    other end into a drain.



    The drain tube may be extended by
    adding an extension tube and using a
    suitable connector.

    Please note
    1. The drain must be at or below the
    outlet level.
    2. The ‘full water’ indicator will not
    function in this mode of
    drainage.
    3. If you want to extend the water

    FIG.20

    tube, you can connect it with
    another tube (OD: 18mm)

    MAINTENANCE
    Always unplug the air conditioner from the mains before cleaning.
    To maximize the efficiency of the air conditioner, clean it regularly.
    Cleaning the housing
    Use a soft, damp cloth to wipe the body clean.
    Never use aggressive chemicals, gasoline, detergents, chemically treated cloths, or
    other cleansing solutions. These all could possibly damage the housing.
    Cleaning the filter
    Use a vacuum cleaner or tap the filter lightly to remove loose dust and dirt from the filters
    and then rinse thoroughly under running water (no hotter than 40°C).
    Dry thoroughly before replacing.
    Notice! Never operate the unit without the filter.

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    End of season storage






    Drain the water out of the unit and then operate the
    unit on ventilation only mode for a few hours to
    thoroughly dry the inside.
    Clean or change the filter.
    Unplug the appliance and store the power cord as
    shown.
    Replace the appliance in its original carton or cover it
    for storage.

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