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KA AC 3
230 V ~ 1900 W
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    KA AC 3
    230 V ~ 1900 W



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    K051214-GB



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    SPECIFICATIONS
    Model no.
    Cooling capacity

    KA AC 3
    9000 BTU/h
    2500 W
    6000 BTU/h
    1700 W
    1130W/ 5.1A

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

    1700W/ 7A
    300m3/h
    21.6L/day
    15m2
    230V~50Hz
    rotary
    R-407C
    660 g
    3
    17°C to 31oC
    35 kg
    450 x 380 x 850 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

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    Read this instruction manual carefully and keep it for further use.

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS




















    Read the instructions carefully before switching on the air conditioner.
    From time to time check the appliance for damages. Never use the appliance if
    cord or appliance shows any signs of damage. All repairs should be made by a
    competent qualified electrician.
    Should the cord be damaged, it must be replaced by a competent qualified
    electrician.
    Check that your mains voltage corresponds to that stated on the appliance.
    Never use the appliance outside and always place it in a dry environment.
    Only use the appliance for domestic purposes and in the way indicated in these
    instructions.
    Do not place objects on the unit or restrict the air inlet / outlet.
    Never leave the appliance unsupervised when in use. Keep out of reach of children
    or incompetent persons.
    Make sure the appliance is connected to an earthed socket.
    Put the appliance on a flat surface.
    Always unplug the appliance before cleaning it.
    Never move the appliance by pulling the cord.
    Never place the appliance in the vicinity of flammable gas or other sources of heat.
    Never place any objects on the air conditioner.
    Clean the filter regularly.
    Only move the appliance in upright position. After having moved the appliance,
    wait for at least one hour before switching on the appliance.
    Empty the water tank regularly.
    If the appliance is installed permanently, the air that is exhausted through the hose is
    escapes outside. Make sure the room is not closed hermetically. A decrease of
    pressure in the room could cause a malfunction, which at its turn will cause the
    system to cut off due to the overheat protection.

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    PARTS

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.

    Front

    Back

    Control panel
    Left/right air swinging fins
    Air outlet grille
    Up/down air swinging fins
    Wheels
    Power cord
    Water tank
    Carrying handle

    9. Hot air outlet grille
    10. Lower air inlet grille
    11. Upper air inlet grille

    Accessories:
    12. Adapter 1 - for insertion over the hose
    and into the exhaust air outlet in the
    back of the air conditioner.
    13. Air exhaust hose
    14. Adapter 2 - for insertion over the hose
    and into the end (15) of the exhaust
    hose
    15. End of the exhaust hose
    16. Window slider kit (adjustable strip) to fill
    the open window space and with hole
    for connection to the exhaust hose

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    INSTALLATION
    Only use the appliance in upright position on a flat level surface and at least 50cm from
    any object

    Attach the adapter 1 to the end to the exhaust hose and attach its square end to the
    hot air outlet in the back of the appliance.
    Attach adapter 2 and the end of the exhaust hose, and bring this end to the nearest
    opening to the outside (window a.o.). The hose can be extended between 50 cm and 2
    m. However, for maximum efficiency, use the shortest length possible.

    We recommend inserting the exhaust hose in an opening at a distance between 40cm
    and 130cm above the floor.

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    Passing the exhaust hose through a window
    Caution: This technique can only be used for sliding windows.
     Put the strip in the window gap and adjust its size if necessary.
     Pass the exhaust hose through the opening of the strip, insert the strip into window
    gaps and slide the window across so that strip is held securely.
    Note: Take care to maintain protection against intruders.

    It is possible to bend the exhaust hose as shown on the following pictures.

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    OPERATION
    The operating range for cooling operation is 17°C to 31°C and the range for
    dehumidifying is 20°C to 31°C.
    Power source
     Make sure the power source is sufficient (230 V ~50 Hz).
     The electric installation of the air conditioner should be protected by an appropriate
    safety fuse and a circuit breaker.
     The air conditioner must be connected to an earthed socket.
     Never connect the appliance to a multiple socket and do not use an extension cord.
     Two seconds after you have plugged in the appliance, you will hear a beep
    indicating that the appliance is ready for use.
    Control panel

    A

    B

    C

    D

    G H
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.

    F

    E

    I

    TIMER: Press this button to set the time for switch on and switch off.
    TIME: Press this button to set the clock.
    TEMP: This button sets the room temperature.
    SWING: Use this button to regulate the oscillation function. Press the oscillation key,

    the symbol
    appears on the display and the oscillation function starts. To stop this
    function, press the key again, the symbol will disappear from the display and the
    oscillation will stop.
    E. FANSPEED: Press this button to choose between high, middle and low speed setting.
    F. MODE: Press this button to select the modes of cooling, dry or heat.
    G. POWER: Power light
    H. WATER FULL: Pilot light indicating when the water tank is full
    I. ON/OFF button

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    Display of the appliance

    b

    e
    a

    d

    c

    a. Operation mode indicator.
    b. Fan speed indicator.
    c. SET: When SET is displayed, the displayed digits indicate the preset temperature.
    FAULT: When FAULT is displayed, the displayed digits indicate the code of failure.
    d. The displayed digits indicate the remaining timer of on/off operation
    e. Louver indicator
    Remote control

    1. and 2. This button is used to set the
    temperature. Each pressing f the

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    1
    2

    10

    3

    9
    8

    4
    5

    7

    6
    10

    buttons will increase or
    decrease the temperature by 1°C.
    3. Choice of the fan speed setting
    (high, middle, low)
    4. Timer: use this button to set the
    switch-on and switch-off time.
    5. and 7. Setting the clock
    6. Locking and unlocking the keys of
    the remote control.
    8. Key to select left/right or
    up/down oscillation or to stop the
    oscillation.
    9. Key to select the operation
    mode: Cool, dry, fan or heat.
    10. ON/OFF button
    11. Display of the remote control



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    Inserting the batteries.
    1. Open the battery compartment by pressing on the cover and sliding this cover
    down.
    2. Insert the batteries, making sure you respect the + and – polarity. Close the
    compartment by sliding the cover in the opposite direction.
    NB: Use 2 AA-type batteries of 1.5 V. Never mix up new and old batteries or batteries of
    different types.
    If you do not use the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries.
    Setting the clock of the remote control
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.

    Open the battery compartment.
    Press CLK with the nib of a pen.
    Press HOUR to set the hour (ex: AM 10: )
    Press MIN to set the minutes (ex. 30)
    Press CLK again and close the cover of the battery
    compartment.

    COOLING OPERATION






    Make sure the water tank is properly positioned in the unit.
    Select the COOL mode, the display will show "COOL". During the cooling operation,
    always place the exhaust hose through an open window or other hole intended for
    this effect.
    Set the desired temperature between 17°C and 31°C.
    Select the desired fan speed.
    Adjust the direction of the airflow.

    Note: In order to improve the cooling efficiency:
     Make sure not to obstruct the air in- and outlet.
     Do not place the appliance near hot surfaces.
     If the room is directly exposed to sunshine, draw the curtains.
    DEHUMIDIFYING OPERATION






    Keep windows and doors closed.
    Make sure the water tank is properly positioned in the unit.
    Select the DRY mode. The display will show "DRY"
    The fan speed cannot be adjusted.
    When used as dehumidifier only, do not use the air exhaust hose.

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    HEATING OPERATION





    Select the HEAT mode. The display will show "HEAT"
    Set the desired temperature between 17°C and 31°C.
    Select the fan speed.
    Adjust the airflow direction.

    PROGRAMMING
    To programme the switch-on time:
    To programme the time at which the air conditioner should start, it must be switched off,
    but plugged in. Press the TIMER /
    key to set the start time. The symbols "  ON" will
    appear on the display. Press the TIME key to set the switch-on time.
    To programme the switch-off time:
    When the appliance is operating, to set the stop time, press the TIMER/ key again, the
    display will show " OFF". press the TIME key to set the switch-off time.

    Caution: if you press on
    simultaneously for more than two seconds, this will lock the
    keys of the control panel and  will be shown on the display. To unlock the keys press
    the

    simultaneously again.

    DRAINAGE
    When using the COOL or DRY mode, dew water will drain into the water tank. When the
    tank gets full, the "WATER FULL" indicator will be flickering.
    EMPTYING THE WATER TANK




    Switch off the appliance and unplug it.
    Take out the water tank as shown on the pictures below, empty it and put it back to
    its original position.
    Do not empty the water tank while the appliance is in use.

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    Water tank safety feature
    This unit is equipped with a fail-safe switch mechanism, which prevents the unit from
    condensing water in the event the water tank is accidentally displaced and/or full with
    water. If this situation occurs, the unit will signal 8 beeps and the WATER FULL indicator will
    flash red continuously until the water tank is correctly positioned and/or emptied.
    NOTE: the fan motor will continue to operate under this condition. This is normal, but no
    cooling or dehumidifying will occur until the tank is emptied and/or correctly installed (it
    may take several minutes before the compressor resumes normal operation).
    CONTINUOUS DRAINAGE
    If you wish to operate the unit without the need to empty the water tank:






    Remove the seal of the drainage tube
    (location as l in the picture).
    Extend the tube outside the unit for
    drainage, as indicated on the picture.
    The drain tube may be extended by adding
    an extension tube and using a suitable
    connector. Connect the other end of the
    drainage tube into a drain. (e.g. cesspit)
    Pay attention to putting the tube in the
    proper situation in order to avoid causing
    the electric control cannot work normally.

    MAINTENANCE
    Always unplug the air conditioner from the mains before cleaning.
    Clean the filter 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
     Open the protection grid of the
    filter by pulling at the upper hook.
     Take the filter out of the appliance.
     Rinse the filter under lukewarm
    running water (not more than 40°C)
    and let it dry (not in the sun).
     Put the filter back in the appliance.

    NEVER OPERATE THE APPLIANCE WITHOUT FILTER.

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    End of season storage






    At the end of the season, drain the
    water out of the unit by removing the
    stopper situated at the end of the
    plastic duct as shown on the picture.
    Then use the air conditioner in fan
    mode for half a day in order to dry the
    inside of the appliance.
    Switch off and unplug the appliance.
    Store the appliance and its
    accessories in a dry and clean
    environment.

    TROUBLESHOOTING
    PROBLEM
     The appliance does not
    operate at all. The
    power light does not
    come on.



    Appliance works but not
    efficiently

    CHECK
     Is power fail?

    ACTION
     It is normal.



    Is the appliance
    plugged in and
    switched on?



    Plug in the appliance
    and switch it on.



    Is the water tank in the
    appliance?



    Put the water tank in
    correct position.



    Is there an open
    window?



    Close the window



    Is there a source of heat
    in the room?



    Remove the source of
    heat.



    Is the capacity of the
    appliance sufficient for
    the room surface?



    Contact a qualified
    technician.



    Is the temperature
    setting appropriate?



    Adjust the set
    temperature



    Is the filter is obstructed?



    Clean the filter



    Is there a problem with
    the refrigerant?



    Contact a qualified
    technician.



    Is the room closed
    hermetically?



    Slightly open a window
    or door.



    Is the exhaust hose
    blocked or bent?



    Remove the obstructing
    object.

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    The WATER FULL
    indicator is on. The unit
    does not dehumidify
    any more.



    Is the water tank full?



    Empty the water tank



    The unit does not heat



    Is the set temperature
    too low?



    Reprogramme the
    temperature.



    Is the heating element is
    burned?



    Contact a qualified
    technician.



    Does the remote control
    work properly?



    Check the batteries of
    the remote control.
    Try to operate the
    remote control at a
    shorter distance.
    Use the keys of the
    control panel



    The unit does not
    operate. The power
    light comes on.






    The appliance does not
    operate in accordance
    with the commands of
    the remote control



    The infrared signal does
    not reach the
    appliance?



    Check if there is an
    obstacle between the
    appliance and the
    remote control, and if
    so, remove it.



    Is the distance between
    the remote control and
    the appliance too long?



    Come closer to the
    appliance.



    Is the receptor of the
    infrared signal on the
    appliance exposed to
    intense light?



    Dim the light, especially
    if it is fluorescent

    CODES OF FAILURE
    E2: Inappropriate room temperature
    E3: Electric wiring defect
    E4: Operation defect
    E8: Overheat
    PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT– DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC
    In order to preserve our environment and protect human health, the waste electrical and
    electronic equipment should be disposed of in accordance with specific rules with the implication
    of both suppliers and users. For this reason, as indicated by the symbol

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    on the packaging, your appliance should not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste. The
    user has the right to bring it to a municipal collection point performing waste recovery by means of
    reuse, recycling or use for other applications in accordance with the directive.

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