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  • Page 1

    USER MANUAL

    DEHUMIDIFIERS

    CFO-20P, CFO-40P



  • Page 2

    Content
    Operation Notices
    ● The Refrigerant.......................................................................................1
    ● Safety Precautions..................................................................................2
    ● Operation Area........................................................................................3
    ● Parts Name.............................................................................................4
    ● Check Before Operation.........................................................................5

    Operation Instructions
    ● Operation Method...................................................................................6
    ● Drainage Method ....................................................................................9

    Maintenance
    ● Clean and Maintenance........................................................................12

    Malfunction





    Troubleshooting....................................................................................15
    Error Codes, Technical specifications....................................................17
    Electric schematic diagram ..................................................................19
    Producer, service, contact ................................................................... 20
    Note:
    Graphics in this manual are only for reference. Please refer to actual
    products for specific details.

    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.
    This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed with other household wastes
    throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use the return and collection systems or
    contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for environmental safe recycling.



  • Page 3

    Explanation of Symbols
    DANGER

    Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will
    result in death or serious injury.

    WARNING

    Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could
    result in death or serious injury.

    CAUTION

    Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may
    result in minor or moderate injury.

    NOTICE

    Indicates important but not hazard-related information,
    used to indicate risk of property damage.
    Indicates a hazard that would be assigned a signal word
    WARNING or CAUTION.

    Exception Clauses
    Manufacturer will bear no responsibilities when personal injury or
    property loss is caused by the following reasons.
    1.Damage the product due to improper use or misuse of the product;
    2.Alter, change, maintain or use the product with other equipment without abiding
    by the instruction manual of manufacturer;
    3.After verification, the defect of product is directly caused by corrosive gas;
    4.After verification, defects are due to improper operation during transportation of
    product;
    5.Operate, repair, maintain the unit without abiding by instruction manual or related
    regulations;
    6.After verification, the problem or dispute is caused by the quality specification or
    performance of parts and components that produced by other manufacturers;
    7.The damage is caused by natural calamities, bad using environment or force
    majeure.



  • Page 4

    Appliance filled with flammable gas R290.
    Before install and use the appliance, read the owner’s manual first.
    Before install the appliance, read the installation manual first.
    Before repair the appliance, read the service manual first.

    The Refrigerant
    To realize the function of the air conditioner unit, a special refrigerant circulates in
    the system. The used refrigerant is the fluoride R290, which is specially cleaned.
    The refrigerant is flammable and inodorous. Furthermore, it can leads to explosion
    under certain conditions.
    Compared to common refrigerants, R290 is a nonpolluting refrigerant with no harm
    to the ozonosphere. The influence upon the greenhouse effect is also lower. R290
    has got very good thermodynamic features which lead to a really high energy
    efficiency. The units therefore need a less filling.
    Please refer to the nameplate for the charging quantity of R290.

    WARNING
    Appliance filled with flammable gas R290.
    Appliance shall be installed, operated and stored in a room with a floor area larger
    than 4 m 2 .
    The appliance shall be stored in a room without continuously operating ignition sources .
    (for example: open flames, an operating gas appliance or an operating electric heater.)
    The appliance shall be stored in a well-ventilated area where the room size corresponds
    to the room area as specified for operation.
    The appliance shall be stored so as to prevent mechanical damage from occurring.
    Keep any required ventilation openings clear of obstruction.
    Do not pierce or burn.
    Be aware that refrigerants may not contain an odour.
    Do not use means to accelerate the defrosting process or to clean, other than those
    recommended by the manufacturer.
    Servicing shall be performed only as recommended by the manufacturer.
    Should repair be necessary, contact your nearest authorized Service Centre.
    Any repairs carried out by unqualified personnel may be dangerous.
    Compliance with national gas regulations shall be observed.
    Read specialist’s manual.

    1



  • Page 5

    Safety Precautions
    ● This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and
    above and persons with reduced physical, sensory ormental
    capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have
    been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
    ● Children shall not play with the appliance.
    ● Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children
    without supervision.
    ● Before operation, please check the power cord if it complies with
    the requirement indicated on the nameplate.
    ● Before cleaning, please turn it off and unplug the dehumidifier.
    ● Make sure the power cord is not pressed by any hard objects.
    ● Do not remove the power plug or move unit by pulling the power
    cord.
    ● Do not operate any heating appliances near the dehumidifier.
    ● Do not move get the power plug with wet hands.
    ● Please use grounded power cord and make sure it's well connected and not damaged.
    ● Children and disabled people are not allowed to use the dehumidifier without supervision.
    ● Keep children from playing or climbing on the dehumidifier.
    ● Memory function is included in this dehumidifier. When nobody
    is taking care of the unit, please turn it off and remove the power
    plug or disconnect power.
    ● Do not repair or disassemble the unit by yourself.
    ● If abnormal condition occurs (e.g. burned smell), please disconnect power at once and then contact local dealer.
    ● Dehumidifier can not be disposed of everywhere. If you want to
    get rid of this dehumidifier, please check with local handling disposal or information service center about what to do.
    ● Do not use an extension cord.
    ● The 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 person in
    order to avoid a hazard.
    ● Prohibit operating the unit in the bathroom or laundry room.
    ● Far away from fire source, inflammable and explosive objects.
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    Operation Area
    ● This dehumidifier is intended for indoor applications only. It should not be used
    for commercial or industrial applications.

    50cm at least

    ● During operation, the nearby enclosed space, such as wardrobe can't be
    dehumidified.
    temperature will not below 5°C or
    above 32°C. The suggested range of relative humidity is between 30% and 90%.
    ● During operation, please make sure there's enough space around the unit.
    ● Close all doors, windows and other outside openings of the room to improve
    the working effect.
    ● Please keep the air inlet/outlet clean and not blocked.
    ● Avoid direct sunlight.

    t least

    t least

    20cm a

    20cm a

    Note:

    ● The dehumidifier has rollers to aid placement. Do not attempt to roll the
    dehumidifier on carpet or over objects. Otherwise, water may spill out from
    the bucket or the dehumidifier may get stuck by the objects.
    ● Please stop operation before moving the dehumidifier. The tilting angle can't
    be too large when moving the unit. Do not move the unit along front or back
    direction.

    3



  • Page 7

    Parts Name
    Front Side
    Control Panel
    Air outlet

    Cover plate
    (continous drainge)
    Air inlet

    Back Side

    Fixing hole of
    power cord

    Water Bucket
    Power cord

    4



  • Page 8

    Check Before Operation
    aced.
    Below are the checking steps:
    1. Hold the handles on both sides of the water bucket and pull it out following the
    arrow direction.

    moved a little after long-time transportation. If it's not placed properly, move it
    to the correct position by hand.

    Float

    Correct Position

    Wrong Position

    3. Replace the bucket as instructed in step 1.

    5



  • Page 9

    Operation Method
    Dehumidify Mode
    Timer Indicator
    Indicator
    Display Window
    Wind Direction Indicator
    Speed Indicator

    Bucket Full
    Indicator

    Water Full

    Fixed
    Swing Angle

    Filter Clean

    Wind
    Direc

    Filter Cleaning
    Indicator

    6

    Smart Cont Quiet Dry

    Timer ON/OFF

    High Med Low

    Mode

    Humidity

    Timer

    Fan

    5

    4

    3

    2

    1

    Notes:

    ● Water bucker must be correctly installed for operation.
    ● Do not remove the bucket while unit is in operation.
    ● If you want to use drain hose to drain water away, please install the hose according to section "Drainage method".
    ● Each time pressing the effective button on the control panel will give out a
    "beep" sound.
    ● When power is connected, power indicator on the control panel will be on and

    Basic Functions of the Buttons
    1 ON/OFF Button
    2 Fan Button
    Press Fan button can set high, medium or low fan speed. When the
    corresponding indicator is on, it indicates the current fan speed has been set.

    3 Timer Button
    Press Timer button to set timer on or timer off. The timer can be set in 1h
    increment among 0-24h with each press of Timer button. If hold the Timer
    button, time will increase rapidly circularly. After timer is set, time will be
    displayed for 5s and timer indicator will be on.

    6



  • Page 10

    4 Humidity Button
    Press Humidity button to set your required humidity. If hold Humidity
    button, humidity can be set in 10% increment among 30%-80% circularly.
    After that, the set humidity will be displayed for 5s.

    5 Mode Button
    Press Mode button can set 4 kinds of dehumidify mode - Smart, Cont.,
    Quiet and Dry.
    ● If smart indicator is on, it indicates the unit enters into smart mode. The
    unit will intelligently select the comfortable humidity for human according
    to current temperature.
    ● If cont indicator is on, it indicates the unit enter into continuous dehumidify
    mode. The unit will always dehumidify only until the humidity is decreased
    to the inapplicable humidity of human.
    ● If the quiet indicator is on, the unit enter into quiet mode. The unit will
    intelligently select the comfortable humidity for human according to current
    temperature. The unit will operate at the fan speed whose noise is the
    lowest. The fan speed can't be adjusted.
    ● If the dry indicator is on, the unit enters into dry mode. After clothes are
    dried, room humidity will be kept at certain range to prevent mildew. Under
    dry mode, fan speed and humidity can't be adjusted.
    Note:
    ● Under smart mode and quiet mode, if room humidity is lower than set
    humidity, or lower than the defaulted comfortable temperature, the unit will
    stop dehumidifying.
    ● Under dry mode and cont mode, the humidity can't be adjusted. Under dry
    mode and quiet mode, fan speed can't be adjusted.

    6 Wind Direc Button
    When swing of horizontal louver is needed, press Wind Direc button to
    select swing or fixed angle. When Swing light of Wind Direc indicator is on,
    the horizontal louver begins to swing; when Fixed Angle light is on, the
    horizontal louver stays at current position.

    7



  • Page 11

    Other Instructions
    1. Alarm Warning
    If the water bucket is full or the water bucket hasn't been put on the correct
    position for 3mins, the buzzer will give out sound for 10s for reminding you to
    empty the water bucket or re-install the water bucket at correct position.
    2. Auto Stop
    When bucket is full, remove the unit or not placed the unit correctly or the
    humidity is 10% lower than the set humidity, the unit will stop operation
    automatically.
    3. Memory Function
    If power failure, all settings will be memorized. After power recovery, the unit
    will resume operate according to the memorized settings.
    4. Bucket full light
    This indicates that bucket is full or removed or not placed correctly.
    5. Filter reset
    When the indicator of filter clean is on, it needs to clean filter. After filter is
    cleaned, press Fan button and Humidity button simultaneously and then the
    indicator of filter clean will be off.
    6. Child lock function
    Press Mode button and Timer button simultaneously for 1s to enter into child
    lock protection. After pressing any button, LC will be displayed to indicate
    buttons are locked. Press Mode button and Timer button simultaneously for
    1s again to release shielding function.

    8



  • Page 12

    Drainage Method
    Method 1: Drain water through water bucket
    Notes:

    ● Do not remove the bucket when unit is in operation or has just stopped.
    ● Do not use the hose if using water bucket to collect water. When the hose is
    connected, water will be drained out through it instead of into the bucket.
    1. Hold the handles on both sides of the water bucket and pull it out following the
    arrow direction. (Attention: Pull out the bucket carefully in case the water may

    2. Pour out the water.

    9



  • Page 13

    Method 2: Drain water through drain hose
    This unit is connect with drain outlet. User can purchase the drain hose whose
    inner diameter is 14mm (length is 1.3-1.5m) and assemble it on the drain adapter
    to drain condensate water. When assembling the continuous drain equipment, do
    turn off the unit and pull out the power plug.
    1. Open continous drain outlet and then remove the drain cover along the arrow
    direction as shown in below arrow.

    drain cover

    Note:
    When using the water bucket to drain water, please re-assemble the drain cover
    and the drainage choke plug. Otherwise, leakage may occur when using water
    bucket to drain water.
    2. Remove the drainage choke plug at first, rotate the drainage adapter into the
    continuos drain outlet in clockwise direction.
    Pull the drainage adapter through the continuous drain outlet, and then rotate it
    into the drain outlet of the unit tightly. Please check whether the gasket is in
    good condition.
    Note:
    After removing the drainage choke plug, there will be a little residual condensate
    water. Please use container to collecting it to prevent moistening the floor.

    drainage
    choke plug

    drainage
    adapter

    10



  • Page 14

    3. Insert the drain hose into drainage adapter to make sure the water won't leak
    out. The horizontal height of drain hose should not be higher than the drain
    outlet. Do not block the drain outlet to make the condensate water can be
    drained out smoothly. Please check drainage adapter and drain hose periodically to see whether they are connected tightly and whether they are damaged
    or blocked.
    Note:
    Please make sure the drain hose is put along the direction of drain out of water
    bucket. Insert one end of drain hose into the floor drain and then cover the lid of
    floor drain. Please do not press and flatten the drain hose.

    11



  • Page 15

    Clean and Maintenance
    Warning:

    ● Before cleaning, turn off the dehmidifier and disconnect the power.
    Otherwise, it may lead to electric shock.
    Otherwise it will damage unit's appearance.

    .

    1. Grille and Case
    To clean the case:
    When there is dust on the case, use soft towel to dust it
    off; When the case is very dirty(greasy), use mild
    detergent to clean it.
    To clean the grille:Use a dust catcher or brush.
    2. Air Filter
    1. Remove panel
    Open the clasps at both sides of lower side of
    panel, open the panel as shown in fig ①, and
    open it to 20º. Do not open it forcibly or open
    the angle too large. As shown in fig ②, pull up
    the panel to remove it.
    2. Remove air filter
    As shown in fig ③, pull the clasps of air filter
    outwards to remove the air filter.
    3. Clean air filter
    Clean the filter in warm, soapy water.
    Rinse it and let the filter dry before replacing it.
    4. Install air filter
    Insert the clasp at lower part of air filter into the unit and
    then press the air filter downwards until you have heard
    a sound. After that, re-assemble the panel.
    Warning:
    Otherwise the evaporator will catch dust and affect unit's performance.
    ● Do not dry the air filter with fire or electric hair dryer. Otherwise the air filter
    may be unshaped or caught on fire.
    ● Don’t use dust catcher or brush to clean the air filter. Otherwise the air filter
    may be destroyed.

    12



  • Page 16

    3. Water Bucket
    Every few weeks, clean the bucket to prevent growth of mold, mildew and
    bacteria. Use soft brush to clean the bucket and then rinse it.
    CFO-20P
    1. Take out the water bucket and then pour out the residual water.
    2. Press down 4 buckles around the water bucket. Lift up the drain lid.
    Buckle

    Drain Lid

    3. After cleaning, replace the drain lid and make sure the float of water
    bucket is placed properly. The side with foam plastic should be beneath
    the drain lid. Do not remove the foam plastic on the float.
    CFO-40P
    1. Take out the water bucket and then pour out the residual water.
    2. As shown in the figure, rotate the handle to make it out from the shaft
    hole and then remove the handle. Open the four clasps on water tank
    cover and then remove the cover.
    handle

    Buckle

    Drain Lid
    shaft hole

    3. After cleaning, replace the drain lid and handle, and make sure the float
    of water bucket is placed properly. The side with foam plastic should be
    beneath the drain lid. Do not remove the foam plastic on the float.

    13



  • Page 17

    Check Before Use-season
    ● Check whether air outlet is blocked.
    ● Check whether power plug and power socket are in good condition.
    ● Check whether drain hose is damaged.

    Care After Use-season
    ● Disconnect power.
    ● Empty the water bucket.

    Long-time Storage
    steps below in order to maintain the unit in good condition.
    ● Make sure the water inside the water bucket is poured out and then drain
    hose is removed.
    ● Unplug the dehumidifier and pack the power cord.
    ● Clean the unit and then wrap it well for preventing dust.

    14



  • Page 18

    Troubleshooting
    ● Not all the following problems are malfunctions.
    Problem

    Possible Causes

    ● Unit is operating in an area where temperature
    is higher than 32°C or lower than 5°C.
    Controls can not be set.
    ● Bucket is full.
    ● Noise will rise if compressor has just started.
    Noise suddenly rises during
    ● Power supply problem.
    operation.

    Humidity does not drop.

    Little or no effect in
    dehumidifyng

    emitted has musty-odor.
    Unit has noises.

    ● Doors are open.
    ● There might be some device producing vapor in
    the room.
    ● Room temperature is too low.
    ● Humidity level may be improperly set.
    ● If unit is operating in a room where temperature
    is from 5 to 15 °C, it will start to defrost automatically. Compressor will stop for a brief period of
    time(fan will operate in high fan speed).
    normal operation.
    ● Due to temperature rising of heat exchanger, the
    air may have some strange smell at the beginning.
    ● There might be some noise if unit is operating on

    Swooshing sound is heard. ●

    ● Problem of water leakage
    Problem

    Possible Causes

    Solution

    ● Connect the drainage joint
    well.
    When using drain ● Drain hose is not correctly ● Clear the obstacle from the
    hose, there is water installed.
    drain hose.
    in the bucket.
    ● Remove the drain hose and
    ● Drain hose is not correctly
    replace it. Be sure that the
    installed.
    hose is correctly installed.
    ● Examine the drainage joint.

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  • Page 19

    ● Dehumidifier can't be started up.
    Problem

    Possible Causes

    Solution

    ● Check if power is lost. If yes,
    wait for the power to restore.
    ● If not, check whether the
    ● Power is not supplied for
    power circuit or power socket
    Power indicator is
    has been damaged.
    power plug is not well
    not lit when power
    ● Check whether power plug is
    inserted.
    is connected.
    loosen.
    ● Check whether power cord is
    damaged.
    ● Fuse is blown.

    ● Replace the fuse.

    ● Bucket is not properly
    Bucket full indicator placed.
    ● Empty the bucket and replace
    is lit up.
    ● Water is full in the bucket. it.
    ● Bucket has been removed.
    ● If you want the air drier,
    Unit can function
    press - button to lower the
    normally but it can ● Humidity is set too high.
    for unit to dehumidify
    not start up.
    continuously.

    ● Check whether there is ● Make sure there is no curtain,
    any obstacle around the
    shutter or furniture that blocks
    unit.
    blocked.
    ● Doors and windows are
    Bad dehumidifying
    left open.
    performance

    ● Room temperature is too
    low.

    16

    ● Make sure all doors and
    windows and other opening to
    the outside have been
    closed.
    ● Warm temperature is good for
    ature will reduce unit's working
    effect. This unit should be working in a place where temperature is above 5°C.



  • Page 20

    Error Codes
    ● Unit's Malfunction Codes
    No.

    Display
    Malfunction Code
    Unit's
    Name
    Display Condition
    Window

    Possible Causes
    ● Ambient temperature sensor is
    loosen or is poorly connected
    with the terminal of display board.

    1

    Ambient
    Temperature
    Sensor
    Malfunction

    ● Some element of display board
    may have been put upside down
    and cause short circuit.

    F1

    ● Ambient temperature sensor is
    damaged(Please refer to Checking Table for Temperature Sensor Resistance).
    Compressor
    ● Display board is damaged.
    and fan
    motor stop. ● Temperature sensor on the
    Buttons are
    evaporator is loosen or is poorly
    invalid.

    connected with the terminal of
    display board.

    2

    Tube
    Temperature
    Sensor
    Malfunction

    ● Some element of display board
    may have been put upside down
    and cause short circuit.

    F2

    ● Temperature sensor on the evaporator is damaged(Please refer
    to Checking Table for Temperature
    Sensor Resistance).
    ● Display board is damaged.

    3

    Humidity
    Sensor
    Malfunction

    ● Humidity sensor is short-circuited.
    ● Humidity sensor is damaged.
    ● Display board is damaged.

    L1

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  • Page 21

    Display
    Malfunction Code
    Unit's
    Name
    Display Condition
    Window

    No.

    4

    5

    Freon-lacking
    protection

    Overload
    protection

    6

    Overcurrent
    protection

    F0

    Possible Causes

    The compressor
    stops.
    Buttons are
    invalid.

    H3

    E5

    ● Refrigerant is leaking.
    ● System is blocked

    ● Ambient operation condition is
    bad.
    The
    ● The evaporator and condenser
    compressor
    are blocked with filth.
    stops and

    The system is abnormal.
    fan motor
    keeps on
    ● Relay is short-circuited or
    running.
    broken-circuited;
    Buttons are
    invalid.
    ● Operation environment

    condition is formidable high
    temperature and high humidity.

    Model

    CFO-20P

    CFO-40P
    220–240 V~

    Rated oltage

    50 Hz

    Rated frequency
    Power input

    360 W (max. 450 W)

    670 W (max. 900 W)

    20 l / day

    40 l / day

    Dehumidifying (temper. 30°C a RH 80%)

    5 - 32 °C

    Operating temperature
    Refrigerant (charge)

    R290 (0,11kg)

    R290 (0,15kg)

    Sound pressure level

    max. 43 dB(A)

    max. 48 dB(A)

    Weight netto / bruto

    15,5 / 17,0 kg

    22,5 / 24,5 kg

    Water tank volume

    3,5 l

    6,5 l

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  • Page 22

    Electric schematic diagram
    The Electric schematic diagram are subject to change without notice.
    Please refer to which one on the unit.

    LIQUID LEVEL
    SWITCH

    FAN MOTOR

    HUMIDITY
    SENSOR

    M1

    YEGN

    CN1
    RD

    PE

    C1

    BN
    CN5

    CN3

    CN3

    AP2
    DISPLAY BOARD CN2
    CN4

    CN1

    CN1

    AP1
    MAIN BOARD

    N1 COMP-GL
    RT1
    θ
    TUBE
    TEMP.SENSOR

    M2

    C2

    BU
    BU

    STEPPING
    MOTOR

    R

    YE

    N AC-L1

    RD

    BN
    BU

    C

    COMP. YEGN

    POWER

    S
    PE

    19

    L
    N

    YEGN

    PE



  • Page 23

    Producer, service, contact
    Producer:
    SINCLAIR CORPORATION Ltd., 1-4 Argyll St., London, UK
    The device was made in China.
    Service, authorised representative, contact:
    SINCLAIR Global Group s.r.o.
    Purkyňova 45
    Brno
    612 00
    Czech republic
    Tel.: +420 541 590 140
    Fax: +420 541 590 124
    info@sinclair-solutions.com
    www.sinclair-solutions.com

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