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OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
TYPE : WALL MOUNTED
AIR
CONDITIONER
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ITALIANO
ESPAÑOL
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  • Page 1

    AIR
    CONDITIONER

    Please read this manual carefully before operating
    your set and retain it for future reference.
    TYPE : WALL MOUNTED

    P/NO : MFL67986802

    www.lg.com

    ENGLISH ITALIANO ESPAÑOL FRANÇAIS DEUTSCH ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚA PORTUGUESE NEDERLANDS POLSKI MAGYAR БЪЛГАРСKN

    OWNER’S MANUAL



  • Page 2

    ENGLISH

    2

    TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY

    TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY
    Here are some tips that will help you to minimize the power consumption when you use the air
    conditioner. You can use your air conditioner more efficiently by referring to the instructions
    below:
    • Do not cool the indoor excessively. This may be harmful for your health and may consume
    more electricity.
    • Block sunlight with blinds or curtains while you are operating the air conditioner.
    • Keep doors or windows closed tightly while you are operating the air conditioner.
    • Adjust the direction of the air flow vertically or horizontally to circulate indoor air.
    • Speed up the fan to cool or warm indoor air quickly, in a short period of time.
    • Open windows regularly for ventilation as the indoor air quality may deteriorate if the air conditioner is used for many hours.
    • Clean the air filter once every 2 weeks. Dust and impurities collected in the air filter may block
    the air flow or weaken the cooling / dehumidifying functions.

    For your records
    Staple your receipt to this page in case you need it to prove the date of purchase or for warranty
    purposes. Write the model number and the serial number here:
    Model number :
    Serial number :
    You can find them on a label on the side of each unit.
    Dealer’s name :
    Date of purchase :



  • Page 3

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE.
    Always comply with the following precautions to avoid dangerous situations and ensure peak
    performance of your product.

    ! WARNING
    It can result in serious injury or death when the directions are ignored.

    ! CAUTION
    It can result in minor injury or product damage when the directions are ignored.

    ! WARNING
    • Installation or repairs made by unqualified persons can result in hazards to you and others.
    • Appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
    • If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly
    qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
    • The information contained in the manual is intended for use by a qualified service technician familiar with
    safety procedures and equipped with the proper tools and test instruments.
    • Failure to carefully read and follow all instructions in this manual can result in equipment malfunction,
    property damage, personal injury and/or death.
    • When the power cord is to be replaced, replacement work shall be performed by authorized personnel
    only using genuine replacement parts only.

    Installation
    • Use a standard circuit breaker and fuse conforming with the rating of the air conditioner. Failure to do so
    may result in electric shock or product failure.
    • Contact an authorized service center when you install or relocate the air conditioner. Failure to do so
    may result in serious injury or product failure.
    • Always use a power plug and socket with a ground terminal.Failure to do so may result in electric shock
    or product failure.
    • Install the panel and the cover of the control box safely. Failure to do so may result in explosion or fire.
    • Install a dedicated electric outlet and circuit breaker before you use the air conditioner. Failure to do so
    may result in electric shock or product failure.
    • Do not modify or extend the power cable. If the power cable or cord has scratches or skin peeled off or
    deteriorated then it must be replaced. It may result in fire or electric shock.
    • Be cautious when you unpack or install the air conditioner. Failure to do so may result in serious injury or
    product failure.
    • Do not install the air conditioner on an unstable surface or place where there may be a danger of falling.
    It may result in death, serious injury, or product failure.
    • Use inflammable gas (nitrogen) to inspect leak and to purge air, using compressed air or flammable gas
    may cause fire or explosion.
    • Select installation locations that can properly support the weight of the indoor. Failure to do so may
    cause property damage, product failure, and personal injury.
    • Improper wiring or installation may cause fire or electric shock.
    • Exposure of unit to water or moisture before installation could result in electrical shock. Do not store in it
    a wet basement or expose to rain or water.
    • When installing the unit, use the installation kit provided with the product. Otherwise the unit may fall
    and cause severe injury.
    • Do not install the outdoor unit in a place which can be a nest for small animals. Small animals could
    enter and contact internal electrical parts, causing a failure or fire.

    ENGLISH

    3



  • Page 4

    ENGLISH

    4

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    Operation
    • Do not let the air conditioner run for a long time when the humidity is very high or when a door or window has
    been left open. Failure to do so may result in product failure.
    • Make sure that the power cord is not pulled or damaged while the air conditioner is operating. Failure to do so
    may result in fire, electric shock, or product failure.
    • Do not place any objects on the power cord. It may result in electric shock or product failure.
    • Do not turn on or off the air conditioner by plugging in or unplugging the power plug. It may result in fire or electric shock.
    • Do not touch, operate or repair the air conditioner with wet hands. It may result in electric shock or product failure.
    • Do not place a heater or other heating appliances near the power cable. It may result in fire, electric shock, or
    product failure.
    • Do not allow water to run into the air conditioner. It may result in explosion or fire.
    • Do not leave flammable substances such as gasoline, benzene and thinner near the air conditioner. It may result in explosion or fire.
    • Do not use the air conditioner for an extended period of time in a small place without ventilation. Ventilate the
    place regularly. Failure to do so may result in explosion or fire.
    • When there is a gas leak, ventilate sufficiently before using the air conditioner again. Failure to do so may result
    in explosion or fire.
    • Unplug the power plug if there is a noise, smell or smoke coming from the air conditioner. Failure to do so may
    result in explosion or fire.
    • Stop operating and close the window in strom or hurricane.If possible remove the product from the window
    before hurricane arrives
    • Contact an authorized service center when the air conditioner is submerged into water due to flooding. Failure
    to do so may result in explosion or fire.
    • Be cautious water could not enter the product
    • Make sure to ventilate sufficiently when this air conditioner and a heating appliance such as a heater are used
    simultaneously. Failure to do so may result in fire, serious injury, or product failure.
    • Turn the main power off and unplug the power plug when you clean or repair the air conditioner. Failure to do
    so may result in death, serious injury, or product failure.
    • Unplug the power plug when the air conditioner is not used for an extended period of time. Failure to do so
    may result in product failure.
    • Do not place any objects on the air conditioner. It may result in product failure.
    • For inner cleaning, contact an Authorized Service Center or a dealer.
    Do not use harsh detergent that causes corrosion or damage on the unit.
    Harsh detergent may also cause failure of product, fire, or electric shock.
    • This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
    capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
    • Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
    • For electrical work, contact the dealer, seller, a qualified electrician, or an Authorized Service Center. There is
    risk of fire or electric shock.
    • Do not hang laundry or other objects from the unit. The unit could fall and cause property damage, product failure, and personal injury.
    • Safely dispose of the packing materials. Like screws, nails, batteries, broken things etc after installation or svc
    and then tear away and throw away the plastic packaging bags. Children may play with them and cause injury.



  • Page 5

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    ! CAUTION
    Installation
    • Make sure to check if there is a refrigerant leak after you install or repair the air conditioner. Failure to do so
    may result in product failure.
    • Install the drain hose properly for smooth drainage of condensed water. Failure to do so may result in product
    failure.
    • Keep level even when installing the product.
    • Install the air conditioner where the noise from the outdoor unit or the exhaust gas will not be inconvenient to
    the neighbors. Failure to do so may result in conflict between neighbors.
    • When transporting the equipment, there should be at least 2 or more people, or a forklift. It may result in serious injury.
    • Do not install the air conditioner where it will be exposed to sea wind (salt spray) directly. It may result in product failure.

    Operation
    • Do not expose people, animals or plants to the cold or hot wind from the air conditioner. It may result in serious
    injury.
    • Do not use the product for special purposes, such as preserving foods, works of art, etc. It is a consumer air
    conditioner, not a precision refrigeration system. It may result in death, fire or electric shock.
    • Do not block the inlet or outlet of air flow. It may result in explosion or product failure.
    • Do not use strong cleaning agents or solvents when you clean the air conditioner, or spray water. Use a smooth
    cloth. It may result in serious injury or product failure.
    • Never touch the metal parts of the air conditioner when you remove the air filter. It may result in serious injury
    or product failure.
    • Always insert the filter securely after cleaning. Clean the filter every two weeks or more often if necessary.
    • Do not insert hands or other objects through the air inlet or outlet while the air conditioner is operating. It may
    result in electric shock.
    • Do not drink the water drained from the air conditioner. It may result in serious health complications.
    • Use a sturdy stool or ladder when you clean, maintain or repair the air conditioner at a height. Failure to do so
    may result in serious injury or product failure.
    • Do not mix the batteries for the remote control with other types of batteries or mix new batteries with used
    batteries. Failure to do so may result in product failure.
    • Do not recharge or disassemble the batteries. Failure to do so may result in explosion, fire or serious injury.
    • Stop using the remote control if there is a battery fluid leak. If your cloth or skin is exposed to the battery fluid
    from a leak, wash it off with clean water. Failure to do so may result in serious injury.
    • If you swallow the battery fluid from a leak, wash out the inside of your mouth thoroughly and then consult a
    doctor. Failure to do so may result in serious health complications.
    • Do not step on the indoor/outdoor unit and do not put anything on it. It may cause an injury through dropping of
    the unit or falling down.
    • Do not tilt the unit when removing or uninstalling it. The condensed water inside can spill.
    • Be careful that liquids do not spill onto the remote controller. Otherwise, it may cause failure of remote controller.
    • Do not expose the remote controller to direct sunlight or heat. Air conditioner may not function properly.

    Operation ranges
    The table below indicates the temperature ranges the air conditioner can be operated within.
    Mode
    Cooling
    Heating

    Indoor temperature
    18°C~32°C
    16°C~30°C

    outdoor temperature
    -10°C~48°C
    -15°C~24°C

    ENGLISH

    5



  • Page 6

    ENGLISH

    6

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    2 TIPS FOR SAVING ENERGY

    16 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS

    3 IMPORTANT SAFETY IN-

    16

    Changing room temperature quickly

    16

    Auto indoor cleaning

    16

    Auto Changeover operation

    STRUCTIONS

    7 BEFORE USE

    17

    Energy saving cooling mode

    7

    Components

    17

    Silent mode (Outdoor Unit)

    8

    Using the remote control

    18

    °C/°F Conversion

    18

    Adjusting color of indoor lighting

    18

    Adjusting brightness of indoor lighting

    18

    Alarm light

    19

    Operating the air conditioner without the
    remote control

    19

    Restarting the air conditioner automatically

    13 BASIC FUNCTIONS
    13

    Feedback lighting

    13

    Adjusting the temperature

    13

    Adjusting the fan speed

    13

    Cooling your room

    13

    Heating your room

    14

    Removing humidity

    14

    Airing your room

    14

    Adjusting the air flow direction

    14

    Setting the timer

    15

    - Setting sleep mode

    20 MAINTENANCE
    21

    Cleaning the air filter

    22 TROUBLESHOOTING
    22

    Self-diagnosis function

    22

    Before requesting service



  • Page 7

    BEFORE USE

    Components
    Indoor unit
    Air filter

    Front Panel
    Inner cover (fixed)

    Signal Receiver
    On/Off Button
    Air Discharge

    * The feature can be changed according to type of model.

    !

    NOTE

    The number of operation lamps and their locations may vary, depending on the model of the
    air conditioner.

    Outdoor unit
    Air Intake Vents
    Connecting
    Wires

    Piping

    Air Outlet Vents

    Drain Hose
    Base Plate

    * The feature can be changed according to type of model.

    ENGLISH

    BEFORE USE

    7



  • Page 8

    ENGLISH

    8

    BEFORE USE

    Using the remote control
    You can operate the air conditioner more conveniently with the remote control.

    Inserting battery
    Insert battery before using the remote control.

    1 Open the bottom of remote control with
    turning it clockwise.

    Components

    Remote
    Control

    2 Insert the battery. (Match the metal terminals between remote control and battery.)

    Cradle

    Metal terminal

    3 Align the lines with each other, close the
    bottom of the remote control with turning
    it counterclockwise.
    Battery
    1

    2

    Charger

    Bottom

    Touch screen tips

    Tap

    Touch and
    hold
    (longer than
    2 sec)

    !

    A single finger tap selects an
    item. A display screen is
    changed when a finger is released.
    Touch and hold an item on the
    screen by touching it and not lifting your finger until an action occurs.

    NOTE

    • When selecting an item, tap the center
    of icon or display screen.
    • Use the tip of your finger to tap the
    item you want. Be careful not to tap
    any other icons.



  • Page 9

    BEFORE USE

    Operating method

    1 Plug the power cord into the wall socket
    and the cable into the cradle.

    Point the remote control towards the signal
    receiver at the bottom of the air conditioner to
    operate it.

    2 Put the remote control on the cradle.
    (Match the metal terminals between remote control and cradle.)

    Remote control
    2
    Cradle
    Cable

    1

    Metal terminal

    1

    Power cord

    !

    NOTE

    • The battery must be fully charged initially to improve battery lifetime.
    • When the battery is short, display
    screen shows a description of charging
    the battery. (Cannot control any buttons
    or icons) Charge the battery.
    • Display screen shows time if it is turned
    on while charging.
    • The brightness of display screen becomes dark while charging.
    • When the remote control is not used
    for a long time, charge the battery with
    remote control turned off to improve
    battery lifetime.

    !

    NOTE

    • The remote control may operate other
    electronic devices if pointed towards
    them. Make sure to point the remote
    control towards the signal receiver of
    the air conditioner.
    • For proper operation, use a soft cloth to
    clean the signal transmitter and receiver.
    • If you cover the transmitter of remote control, it may result in improper operation.

    ENGLISH

    Charging battery

    9



  • Page 10

    ENGLISH

    10 BEFORE USE

    Guide for display
    Display Screen

    1
    After a while

    4

    Set Tem
    Temp

    18
    1

    °C

    5

    Set Temp

    18

    6

    °C

    2
    7

    Room Temp

    25

    °C

    3

    8
    9

    !

    NOTE


    , , and E are button type and icons on display screen are touch type.
    • Display screen turns off if untouched for a period of time.



    On/Off button : Turns A/C or display screen on/off.



    Temperature adjustment button : Adjusts the room temperature when ACO,
    cooling and heating.



    E

    Indoor fan speed button: Adjusts the fan speed.








    Battery status display : Displays the amount of battery left.
    A C
    D B
    Set Temp

    18

    ◀▶

    °C

    Operation mode display : Displays the selected operation mode.
    Cooling operation (A) / Auto operation or auto changeover (C) / Dehumidifying operation (D) / Heating operation (B) / Air circulation ( ).
    Set temperature display : Displays the room temperature if tapping the “Set
    Temp”, and turns to the set temperature after a while.
    Icon for moving a menu : Taps ◀ , ▶ , or
    right.

    to move a menu to left or



    Fan speed display : If additional functions are set, fan speed and additional
    function(s) are displayed alternately.



    Icon for turning on/off the lighting of indoor unit.



  • Page 11

    BEFORE USE

    4 Waking up display screen
    If press
    when screen is off or displays
    time, screen wakes up.

    1 Turning on A/C
    - When screen is off or time is displayed
    on screen; If pressing
    , screen is
    standby.
    - Then if pressing
    on a screen standby,
    A/C turns on.

    Press

    Screen off

    Mon

    :00
    12AM
    Press

    OFF

    OFF

    Display time
    (Charging)

    Screen off

    A/C

    A/C

    Screen standby
    or

    A/C
    turns on
    Press

    Set Temp

    18

    °C

    Set Temp

    18

    °C

    Active
    home screen
    Screen standby

    !

    Active
    home screen

    NOTE

    • You can adjust only ◀ , ▶ , and P
    on a screen standby.

    Press

    Mon

    :00
    12AM

    Charging battery

    Display time
    (Charging)

    2 Returning to home screen automatically
    - It returns back to home screen automatically if any menu is untouched for a period of time.
    - It takes more time (about 25 seconds) on
    Relaxing and Romantic menu to return to
    home screen if untouched.
    3 Returning to upper menu and home screen
    - Tap
    to return to upper menu.
    - Touch and hold
    to return to home
    screen.
    - Tap page indicator (
    )to return to
    home screen.

    Adjusting the brightness of display screen
    1 Tap a menu as follows.
    - Screen standby : ► → Settings
    Screen Brightness
    .

    →►→

    - Active home screen : ► → More * → ►
    → Settings
    → ► → Screen Brightness
    .

    2 Tap

    Min

    or

    Max

    to select the desired bright-

    ness.
    - The brightness of display screen changes.

    ENGLISH

    Basic Control

    11



  • Page 12

    ENGLISH

    12 BEFORE USE

    Menu tree
    Home screen is standby ; A/C is off.
    Lighting Color

    White / Yellow
    Relaxing /
    Romantic
    Customizing

    Custom 1~4

    Lighting
    Brightness

    Min/Middle/Max

    Custom 5~8

    Home

    Lighting On/Off

    A/C Timer

    On

    Alarm Light

    AM(PM) / Hour /
    Minute

    Color Rotation

    Auto Clean
    WLAN*

    Settings

    Screen
    Brightness

    Min / Max

    Temp Unit

    °C / °F

    Set Time

    Day / Hour / Minute

    Lighting Color

    White / Yellow

    Menu
    Lighting Color
    Lighting Brightness
    Heat
    ACO
    Cool
    Mode
    Dry
    Fan
    Jet
    Air Mode
    Eco
    Swing
    A/C Timer
    More
    Alarm Light
    Silent
    Auto Clean
    Settings
    WLAN*
    Screen Brightness
    Temp Unit
    Set Time

    +

    Page
    18
    18
    13
    16
    13
    14
    14
    16
    17
    14
    15
    18
    17
    16
    11
    18
    14

    Relaxing /
    Romantic

    Home screen is active. ;
    A/C is on.

    Customizing

    Custom 1~4

    Lighting
    Brightness

    Min/Middle/Max

    Custom 5~8

    Home

    Lighting On/Off

    Color Rotation

    Heat
    ACO
    Mode

    Cool
    Dry
    Fan

    Air Mode

    Jet / Eco

    Swing

    Vertical /
    Horizontal

    A/C Timer

    Sleep / On

    More

    Alarm Light

    AM(PM) / Hour /
    Minute

    Silent
    Auto Clean

    WLAN*

    Settings

    Screen
    Brightness

    Min / Max

    Temp Unit

    °C / °F

    Set Time

    Day / Hour / Minute

    * Some functions may not be supported, depending on the model. (WLAN is optional function.)



  • Page 13

    BASIC FUNCTIONS
    Feedback lighting
    - When adjusting ON/OFF, temperature,
    mode, and fan speed, offer a feedback lighting. If you change the brightness of indoor
    lighting, the brightness of feedback lighting
    also changes. Even with the indoor lighting
    off, feedback lighting does not turn off.
    * This function may not be supported, depending on the model.

    Set Temp

    18

    °C

    Press

    to adjust the desired fan speed.

    Adjusting the temperature
    1 Press on an active home screen.
    2 Tap
    or
    to adjust the desired temperature.
    3 Tap the display screen or .
    - Return to the home screen.
    h It is possible to adjust this function on an
    active home screen.

    Cooling your room
    (Cooling operation)
    1 Tap a menu on an active home screen as
    follows.
    - ► → Mode

    → ◀ / ▶ → Cool A.

    2 Tap the display screen or

    .

    - Return to the upper menu.

    Adjusting the fan speed
    1 Press E on an active home screen.
    2 Tap ◀ or ▶ to adjust the desired fan

    3 Press

    to adjust the desired temperature.
    → Refer to “Adjusting the temperature”

    - The temperature range is
    18°C (64°F) ~ 30°C (86°F).

    speed.

    3 Tap the display screen or

    .
    - Return to the home screen.
    h It is possible to adjust this function on an
    active home screen.

    Heating your room
    (Heating operation)
    1 Tap a menu on an active home screen as
    follows.
    - ► → Mode

    Set Temp

    18

    °C

    → ◀ / ▶ → Heat B .

    2 Tap the display screen or

    .

    - Return to the upper menu.

    3 Press

    to adjust the desired temperature.
    → Refer to “Adjusting the temperature”

    Press

    to adjust the desired temperature.

    - The temperature range is
    16°C (60°F) ~ 30°C (86°F).

    !

    NOTE

    Cooling-only models do not support this
    function.

    ENGLISH

    BASIC FUNCTIONS 13



  • Page 14

    ENGLISH

    14 BASIC FUNCTIONS

    Removing humidity

    2 Tap

    or
    to adjust the direction of the
    air flow horizontally or vertically. (Both selectable)

    (Dehumidifying operation)
    This mode removes excess moisture from an
    environment with high humidity or in the rainy
    season, in order to prevent mold from setting
    in. This mode adjusts the room temperature
    and the fan speed automatically to maintain
    the optimal level of humidity.

    1 Tap a menu on an active home screen as
    follows.
    - ► → Mode

    → ◀ / ▶ → Dry

    2 Tap the display screen or

    D.

    .

    - Return to the upper menu.

    !

    • In this mode you cannot adjust the room
    temperature, as it is adjusted automatically.

    Airing your room
    (Air Circulation operation)
    This mode only circulates the indoor air without changing the room temperature.

    1 Tap a menu on an active home screen as
    → ◀ / ▶ → Fan

    ,
    , or
    is displayed on a home
    screen.
    is not displayed on a home screen.

    !

    NOTE

    • If you restart the air conditioner, it starts
    to operate with the previously set direction of air flow, so the air deflector may
    not match the icon displayed on the remote control. When this occurs, tap
    or
    to adjust the direction of the
    air flow again.
    • You can not adjust
    in Jet mode
    (Cooling, Heating).
    • You can not adjust
    and
    in Sleep
    timer.
    • Vent close function stops automatically
    when operation mode is changed.

    .

    2 Tap the display screen or

    .
    - Return to the upper menu.
    3 Press E to adjust the desired fan speed.
    → Refer to “Adjusting the fan speed”

    !

    3

    • Adjusting the air deflector arbitrarily may
    cause product failure.

    NOTE

    follows.
    - ► → Mode

    - Whenever you tap
    , the icon changes
    (3 steps). (No swing
    , Swing
    (selected), Vent close
    )

    NOTE

    • In this mode you cannot adjust the room
    temperature, as it is adjusted automatically.

    Setting the timer
    You can use the timer function to save energy and to use the air conditioner more efficiently.

    Setting the current time
    1 Tap a menu as follows.
    - Screen standby : ► → Settings
    → Set Time
    .

    →►

    - Active home screen : ► → More * → ►
    → Settings
    → ► → Set Time
    .

    Adjusting the air flow direction
    1 Tap a menu on an active home screen as
    follows.
    - ▶ → Swing

    2 Tap the display screen.
    3 Tap Day .
    4 Tap ◀ / ▶ or
    /
    repeatedly.



  • Page 15

    5 Tap the display screen or .
    6 Set Hour and Minute in the same way as
    described in 3-5.

    7 Tap AM or PM .
    8 Display set time if tapping
    3

    4
    Mon

    12:3
    30
    AM

    Setting sleep mode
    Use the sleep mode to turn off the air conditioner automatically when you go to sleep.

    1 Tap a menu as follows.
    - ► → A/C Timer

    .

    2 Tap Sleep
    3 Tap
    or

    5
    Day

    Day

    Mon

    Tue

    Sleep

    .

    .
    repeatedly to select hour (up

    to 7hrs).

    4 Tap the display screen or .
    5 It displays a description of the selected
    function.

    6

    Turning on the air conditioner automatically at a set time
    1 Tap a menu as follows.
    - ► → A/C Timer

    .

    2 Tap On .
    3 Tap or
    repeatedly to select hour (up
    On

    to 24hrs).

    4 Tap the display screen or .
    5 It displays a description of the selected
    function.

    6

    is displayed on a home screen.

    !

    NOTE

    • Sunrise lighting is automatically set
    when setting On timer.
    • With On or Sleep timer, it counts the set
    time as time passes for a menu On or
    Sleep of A/C Timer.

    is displayed on a home screen.

    !

    NOTE

    • In the Cooling and Dehumidifying
    modes, the temperature increases by
    1°C after 30 minutes and by a further
    1°C after another 30 minutes for a more
    comfortable sleep.
    • The temperature increases with up to
    2°C from the preset temperature.
    • Fan speed can't be changed in case of
    sleep mode. Super low fan speed is set
    up at cooling and low fan speed is set
    up at heating.
    • Possible to display different fan speed
    between remote controller and air conditioner during operation.
    • When starting sleep timer, the brightness of indoor lighting becomes dark.

    Canceling the timer setting
    1 Tap a menu as follows.
    - ► → A/C Timer

    2 Tap

    !

    Clear all

    .

    .

    NOTE

    • You can delete Sleep timer and On timer
    individually.
    Tap A/C Timer
    → Sleep Sleep or On
    On
    → Clear → Yes

    ENGLISH

    BASIC FUNCTIONS 15



  • Page 16

    ENGLISH

    16 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS

    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
    The air conditioner offers some additional advanced functions.

    Auto indoor cleaning
    Auto Clean operation

    Changing room temperature
    quickly
    (Jet Cool/Heat operation)
    This mode allows you to cool indoor air
    quickly in summer or warm it quickly in winter.

    1 Tap a menu on an active home screen as
    follows.
    - ► → Air Mode

    function.
    is displayed on a home screen.
    - In jet cooling mode, strong air blows out
    at a temperature of 18°C (64°F) for 30
    minutes.
    - In jet heating mode, strong air blows out
    at a temperature of 30°C (86°F) for 30
    minutes.

    !

    1 Tap a menu as follows.

    - Screen standby : ► → Auto Clean J.

    - Active home screen : ► → More
    ► → Auto Clean J.



    2 It displays a description of the selected
    .

    2 Tap Jet .
    3 It displays a description of the selected
    4

    In the cooling and dehumidifying operations,
    moisture is generated inside the indoor unit.
    Use the auto cleaning function to remove
    such moisture.

    NOTE

    • In Air Circulation, Auto, or Auto
    Changeover mode, this function cannot
    be used.
    • This function may not be supported, depending on the model.

    function.

    3 J is displayed on a home screen.
    - If you turn off the power, the fan operates for 30 minutes and cleans the inside
    of the indoor unit.

    !

    NOTE

    Some buttons cannot be used while the
    auto cleaning function is in operation.

    Auto Changeover operation
    Heat pump models
    This mode changes the operation mode automatically to maintain the set temperature
    at ±2°C.

    1 Tap a menu on an active home screen as
    follows.
    - ► → Mode

    → ◀ / ▶ → ACO C .

    2 Tap the display screen or

    .

    - Return to the upper menu.

    3 Press

    to adjust the desired temperature.
    → Refer to “Adjusting the temperature”

    - The temperature range is 18°C (64°F) ~
    30°C (86°F).



  • Page 17

    4 Press E to adjust the desired fan speed.
    → Refer to “Adjusting the fan speed”

    * This function may not be supported, depending on the model.

    Silent mode (Outdoor Unit)
    It is to prevent potential claims by neighbors,
    reducing noise from outdoor units.
    The outdoor unit sound pressure in ACO, cooling and heating mode is decreased by 3dB
    compared to the rated sound pressure

    1 Tap a menu on an active home screen as

    Energy saving cooling mode
    This mode minimizes power consumption during cooling and increases the set temperature
    to the optimal level for a more comfortable environment.
    The temperature automatically sets at
    22°C(72°F) if ambient temperature is below
    22°C(72°F). The temperature maintains if ambient temperature is above 22°C(72°F).

    1 Tap a menu on an active home screen as
    follows.
    - ► → Air Mode

    .

    2 Tap Eco
    .
    3 It displays a description of the selected
    function.

    4 G is displayed on a home screen.
    * This function may not be supported, depending on the model.

    !

    NOTE

    • Possible to display different temperature
    between remote controller and air conditioner during operation.

    follows.
    - ► → More

    → ► → Silent

    .

    2 It displays a description of the selected
    function.

    3 I is displayed on a home screen.

    !

    NOTE

    • Setting available only under operation ON.
    Silent Mode and Energy Saving Mode
    are not available at the same time.
    If Energy Saving Mode is pressed under
    Silent Mode, Silent Mode is released
    and Energy Saving works.
    • Capacity may decrease when outdoor
    unit silent mode is selected.
    • In Air Circulation, Humidity mode, this
    function cannot be used.
    • At a certain temperature, Silent Mode
    would not work to protect the system.

    ENGLISH

    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 17



  • Page 18

    ENGLISH

    18 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS

    °C/°F Conversion

    Alarm light

    The unit converses from °C to °F or from °F
    to °C.

    When reached a certain set time, sunrise lighting turns on for a period of time.
    Set the current time to set the alarm light.

    1 Tap a menu as follows.
    - Screen standby : ► → Settings
    Temp Unit .
    - Active home screen : ► → More
    → Settings
    → ► → Temp Unit

    →►→

    1 Tap a menu as follows.
    - Screen standby : ► → Alarm Light

    →►

    - Active home screen : ► → More
    → Alarm Light + .

    .

    2 Tap ˚C or ˚F to select the desired unit.

    2 Tap

    AM

    PM

    or

    +

    .

    →►

    .

    3 Tap Hour.

    Adjusting color of indoor
    lighting

    4 Tap

    1 Tap a menu as follows.

    6 Set Minute in the same way as described

    - ◀ → Lighting Color

    or

    to select hour (up to 12hrs).

    5 Tap the display screen.
    in 3-5.

    .

    2 Tap ◀ or ▶ .

    7 Tap

    3 Tap the desired color. (Refer to Menu Tree)

    8 It displays a description of the selected

    1 Tap a menu as follows.
    - ◀ → Lighting Brightness

    2 Tap

    ,
    Min
    brightness.

    or

    Max

    .

    to select the desired

    - Brightness of indoor lighting changes.

    .

    function.

    - Color of indoor lighting changes.

    Adjusting brightness of indoor
    lighting

    Activate

    9

    +

    !

    is displayed on a home screen.

    NOTE

    • If you want to stop Alarm Light, tap
    for a menu “Alarm Light + .”

    Stop



  • Page 19

    Operating the air conditioner
    without the remote control

    Restarting the air conditioner
    automatically

    You can use the On/Off button of the indoor
    unit to operate the air conditioner when the
    remote control is unavailable. However, the
    fan speed is set to high.
    1 Open the front panel.
    - Pull out the lower section of front panel
    and lift it up.

    When the air conditioner is turned on again
    after a power failure, this function restores
    the previous settings. This function is a factory default setting.

    Disabling auto restart
    1 Open the front panel.

    Front
    panel

    - Pull out the lower section of front panel
    and lift it up.
    2 Press the On/Off button and hold it for 6
    seconds.
    - The unit will beep twice and the light on
    the upper section of the inner cover
    (fixed) will blink 8 times.

    2 Press the On/Off button.

    Air Filter

    Front Panel
    Inner cover
    (fixed)

    On/Off Button
    On/Off Button
    Air Discharge
    Signal Receiver

    - For cooling and heating models, the operation mode changes, depending on the
    room temperature.
    Room temp.

    Set temp.

    Operation
    mode

    Below 21°C

    24°C

    Heating
    operation

    Above 21°C
    and below
    24°C

    23°C

    Dehumidifying operation

    Above 24°C

    22°C

    Cooling
    operation

    - For cooling-only models, the temperature
    is set to 22°C (71.6°F).

    - To re-enable the function, press the
    On/Off button and hold it for 6 seconds.
    The unit will beep twice and the light on
    the upper section of the inner cover
    (fixed) will blink 4 times.
    * The feature can be changed according to
    type of model.

    !

    NOTE

    If you press and hold the On/Off button
    for 3 – 5 seconds instead of 6 seconds,
    the unit will switch to the test operation.
    In the test operation, the unit blows out
    strong air for cooling for 18 minutes and
    then returns to the factory default settings.

    ENGLISH

    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 19



  • Page 20

    ENGLISH

    20 MAINTENANCE

    MAINTENANCE
    If the air conditioner will not be used for an extended of time, dry the air conditioner to maintain it
    in best condition.
    1 Dry the air conditioner in Fan mode for 3 to 4 hours and disconnect the power plug. There
    may be internal damage if moisture is left in components.
    2 Before using the air conditioner again, dry the inner components of the air conditioner in Fan
    mode for 3 to 4 hours. This will help to remove odor which is generated from moisture.
    Clean the product regularly to maintain optimal performance and to prevent possible breakdown.
    * This may not be provided, depending on the model.

    Air Filter

    Front Panel
    Inner cover
    (fixed)
    Signal
    Receiver

    On/Off Button
    Air Discharge

    * The feature can be changed according to type of model.

    Type
    Air filter

    Indoor unit

    Description

    2 weeks

    Clean the Indoor unit surface by using a soft, dry cloth.

    Regularly

    Clean the condensate drain pipe.

    Every 4 months

    Clean the condensate drain pan.

    Once a year

    Thoroughly clean the heat exchanger.

    Once a year

    Replace the remote control batteries.

    Once a year

    Use steam to clean the heat exchanger coils and the
    panel vents. (consult with technician)

    Outdoor unit

    Interval

    See “Cleaning the filter.”

    Regularly

    Clean the fan.

    Once a year

    Clean the condensate drain pan.

    Once a year

    Verify that all the fan assembly is firmly tightened.

    Once a year

    Verify that electric components with jets of air.

    Once a year

    Clean the electric components with jets of air.

    Once a year



  • Page 21

    ! CAUTION
    • Turn off the power and unplug the
    power cord before you perform any
    maintenance; otherwise it may cause
    electric shock.
    • Never use water that is hotter than
    40°C when you clean the filters. It may
    cause deformation or discoloration.
    • Never use volatile substances when
    you clean the filters. They may damage the surface of the product.

    !

    4 Clean the filter with a vacuum cleaner or
    with warm water. If dirt is difficult to remove, wash the filter in lukewarm water
    with detergent.
    5 Dry the filter in the shade.

    6 Then set a filter orderly.

    NOTE

    • The location and shape of the filters
    may differ, depending on the model.
    • Make sure to clean the heat exchanger
    coils of the outdoor unit regularly, as
    dirt collected in the coils may decrease
    the operational efficiency or increase
    energy costs.

    7 Hang the hook of front panel onto the inner
    cover and press the lower section of front
    panel until the clicker is.

    Hook
    Inner
    Cover

    Cleaning the air filter
    Clean the air filter once every 2 weeks or
    more if necessary.
    1 Turn off the power and unplug the power
    cord.
    2 Pull out the lower section of front panel
    and lift it up.

    * The feature can be changed according a
    type of model.

    Front
    panel

    ! CAUTION

    3 Take out a filter.

    • If you do not hang the hook in position,
    it may result in having a gap between
    the front panel and the inner cover.
    Then, open the front panel and make
    sure if the hook is hung.

    !

    NOTE

    Air Filter

    • The lower section of front panel can be
    swaying in handling because front
    panel has a gap to move smoothly.

    ENGLISH

    MAINTENANCE 21



  • Page 22

    ENGLISH

    22 TROUBLESHOOTING

    TROUBLESHOOTING
    Self-diagnosis function
    This product has a built-in self-diagnosis function. If an error occurs, the lamp of the indoor unit
    will blink in 2 second intervals. If this occurs, contact your local dealer or service center.

    Before requesting service
    Please check the following before you contact the service center. If the problem persists, contact
    your local service center.
    Problem

    Abnormal operating conditions.

    Possible causes

    Corrective action

    • There is a burning
    smell and a strange
    sound coming from
    the unit.
    • Water leaks from
    the indoor unit even
    when the humidity
    • Turn off the air conditioner, unplug the
    level is low.
    power cord and contact the service cen• The power cord is
    ter.
    damaged or generating excessive
    heat.
    • A switch, a circuit
    breaker (safety,
    ground) or a fuse is
    not operated properly.
    • The air conditioner
    is unplugged.

    • Check whether the power cord is
    plugged into the outlet.

    • A fuse is blown or
    • Replace the fuse or check if the circuit
    the power supply is
    breaker has tripped.
    blocked.
    • Turn off the air conditioner when a power
    failure occurs.
    • A power failure has
    occurred.
    • When the power is restored, wait 3 minutes, and then turn on the air conditioner.
    The air conditioner does not • The voltage is too
    work.
    high or too low.

    • Check if the circuit breaker has tripped.

    • The air conditioner
    turned off automati• Press the power button again.
    cally at a preset
    time.
    • Is the battery inserted in Remoted controler? Is the battery inserted with the
    • Battery setting is
    correct terminal?
    wrong in the remote

    Even if you check the upper lists, the aircontroller.
    conditioner does not operate. Charge the
    battery.`



  • Page 23

    Problem

    Possible causes

    Corrective action

    • Make sure that there are no curtains,
    • Air is not circulatingblinds or furniture blocking the front of
    properly.
    the air conditioner.
    • Clean the air filter once every 2 weeks.
    • The air filter is dirty. • See “Cleaning Air Filter” for more information.
    • In summer, it may take some time to
    • The room temperacool indoor air.
    ture is too high.
    • In this case, select the jet cool operation
    to cool indoor air quickly.
    • Cold air is escaping • Make sure that no cold air is escaping
    from the room.
    through ventilation points in the room.
    The air conditioner does not
    • The desired tempergenerate cool air.
    • Set the desired temperature to a level
    ature is higher than
    lower than the current temperature.
    the set temperature.
    • Avoid using a heat generator such as an
    • There is a heating
    electric oven or a gas burner while the air
    source nearby.
    conditioner is in operation.
    • Air circulation operation is selected.

    • In the air circulation operation, air blows
    from the air conditioner without cooling
    or heating the indoor air.
    • Switch the operation mode to the cooling
    operation.

    • Outside temperature is too high.

    • The cooling effect may not be sufficient.

    • When the heating
    mode is started.
    • Vane is almost
    • This symptom is normal.
    closed and air flow • Please wait until the unit is preparing
    does not come out.
    warm air.
    • Even though out• This function prepare to blow warm air.
    door unit is already
    begun to operate.
    The air conditioner does not
    generate warm air.
    • Defrosting mode is
    being done in the
    outdoor unit.

    • Outside temperature is too low.

    • In heating mode, ice/frost is built up on
    the coils when the outside temperature
    fall down.
    • This function remove a layer of frost on
    the coil.
    • Please wait until this operation is completed. It takes about 15 mins.

    • The heating effect may not be sufficient.

    ENGLISH

    TROUBLESHOOTING 23



  • Page 24

    ENGLISH

    24 TROUBLESHOOTING

    Problem

    Possible causes

    • The air conditioner is suddenly
    turn off.

    • The timer function could be operated. If the timer function would operate, the air-conditioner can be turn
    off.
    • Check the timer setting is correct.

    • A power failure has occurred during operation.

    • There is the Auto Restart Function.
    It is a default setting.
    • This function can turn on the unit
    automatically when the power is restored.
    • If you live in frequent power failure
    area, this function would be useful.

    • Auto-Clean mode is being operated.
    • This function is to remove the
    rest of moisture indoor unit.

    • Please, wait until the end of functions.
    • It will be inhibit a fungal growth.
    If you do not want this feature, you
    can turn off to press .

    The air-conditioner stops during operation.

    Indoor unit is still
    operating even
    when the power
    is being turned
    off.

    Corrective action

    Mist is discharged
    • The cooled air from the air condifrom the air outlet
    tioner makes mist.
    of the indoor unit.

    • When the room temperature is
    down, this phenomenon will disappear.

    Water leaks from
    the outdoor unit.

    • In the heating operations, condensed water drop from the heat
    exchanger.

    • This symptom need to install drain
    hose under the base pan.
    • Contact the installer.

    Operating noise
    or vibration.

    • Clicking sound
    Clicking sound can be heard either when the unit starts or stops
    due to movement of reversing
    valve.
    • Creaking sound
    The plastic parts of the indoor
    • These are normal symptoms.
    unit make sound of shrinks and
    • After a moment, it will be silent.
    expands due to a sudden temperature change.
    • The water flowing sound, Blowing sound
    The flow of refrigerant through
    the air conditioner is switching,
    noise can be heard.

    The indoor unit
    gives out odor.

    • The air smells bad because a
    musty or cigarettes odor may be
    absorbed into the indoor unit and
    discharged with airflow.

    • If the smell does not disappear, you
    need to wash filter or heat exchanger.
    • Contact the installer.



  • Page 25






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