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Operating Instructions Air Conditioner
Indoor Unit Outdoor Unit
CS-E18HKR CS-E21HKR CS-E24HKR CS-E28HKR
CU-E18HKR CU-E21HKR CU-E24HKR CU-E28HKR
Before operating the unit, read these operating instructions thoroughly and keep them for future reference. QUICK GUIDE
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• Aerate the room regularly. Indoor Unit • Do not install the unit in a potentially explosive atmosphere. • Do not use extension cords. etc). • Do not touch the sharp aluminium ﬁn. its service agent or similarly qualiﬁed persons in order to avoid a hazard. Otherwise. improper installation will cause leakage. • Turn off the power supply if the unit is not used for a long period of time. • Ensure that the drainage pipe is connected properly. it may cause electric shock. Outdoor Unit • Do not insert your ﬁngers or other objects into the unit. • Do not use any combustible equipment in front of the airﬂow outlet. . • Do not operate with wet hands. injury to others.SAFETY PRECAUTIONS DEFINITION The instructions to be followed are classiﬁed by the following symbols: This symbol denotes an action that is PROHIBITED. • After long periods of use. you may want to disconnect it from the power supply. • This equipment must be earthed and strongly recommended to be installed with Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker (ELCB) or Residual Current Device (RCD). • In case of emergency or abnormal conditions (burnt smell. Indoor Unit • Do not install. remove and reinstall the unit by yourself. Incorrect operation due to failure to follow instructions may cause harm or damage. However. • Do not insert your ﬁngers or other objects into the indoor or outdoor unit. Power Supply Air inlet Air outlet Power Supply • Do not share the same power outlet with other equipment. To prevent personal injury. or property damage. the seriousness of which is classiﬁed as below: Warning This sign warns of death or serious injury. • Ensure that the drainage pipe is connected properly. thinner or scouring powder. • This air conditioner is equipped with a built-in surge protective device. in order to further protect your air conditioner from being damaged by abnormally strong lightning activity. • Use the speciﬁed supply cord. Remote Control • Do not use rechargeable (Ni-Cd) batteries. please observe the following. leakage may occur. it may cause electrical shock or ﬁre in case of malfunction. This sign warns of Caution injury or damage to property. Do not touch the air conditioner during lightning. • Do not expose directly to cold air for a long period. benzene. • Remove the batteries if the unit is not going to be used for a long period of time. • If the supply cord is damaged. leakage may occur. Please consult an authorized dealer or specialist for the installation work. Otherwise. These symbols denote actions that are COMPULSORY. • Do not modify power cords. it must be replaced by the manufacturer. • Do not attempt to repair the unit by yourself. Otherwise. • Do not use for other purposes such as preservation of food. 2 Air inlet Air inlet Air outlet • Switch off the power supply before cleaning or servicing. turn off the power supply. • Do not wash the unit with water. electric shock or ﬁre. Outdoor Unit • Do not sit or place anything on the indoor or outdoor unit. • Do not allow infants and small children to play with the remote control to prevent them from accidentally swallowing the batteries. • New batteries of the same type must be inserted following the polarity stated to prevent malfunction of the remote control. and consult your nearest dealer. make sure the installation rack is not damaged.
3 . please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal. It is subjected to change without notice for future improvement.REGULATORY INFORMATION REGULATORY INFORMATION This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical. sensory or mental capabilities. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. or lack of experience and knowledge. If you wish to discard these items. After waxing. • Do not install the unit in oily and smoky areas. unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples): This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. Pb • Do not switch ON the unit when waxing the ﬂoor. In this case it complies with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved. * DBT: Dry bulb temperature * WBT: Wet bulb temperature Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries [Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union] These symbols are only valid in the European Union. aerate the room properly before operating the unit. Thank you for purchasing Air Conditioner TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS REGULATORY INFORMATION 2 3 OPERATION CONDITION Use this air conditioner under the following temperature range Temperature (°C) COOLING HEATING Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Indoor *DBT 32 16 30 16 *WBT 23 11 43 16 24 -5 Outdoor *DBT *WBT 26 11 18 -6 PRODUCT OVERVIEW & OPERATIONS CARE & CLEANING TROUBLESHOOTING 4~5 6 7 QUICK GUIDE BACK COVER NOTE : The illustrations in this manual are for explanation purposes only and may differ from the actual unit.
For your convenience • Unit selects operation mode every 30 minutes according to temperature setting. Mode Auto Cooling Heating Front panel INDICATOR Airﬂow direction louver • Do not adjust by hand. then release.To enjoy cool air DRY mode . Press and hold until 1 beep is heard. • Operating the unit within the recommended temperature could induce energy saving.To dehumidify the environment • Unit operates at low fan speed to give a gentle cooling operation. then release. then release. Press the button to turn off. Receiver :8 m ces (Green) (Orange) (Orange) (Orange) (Blue) (Blue) Ma xim um dis tan Remote control display TO TURN ON OR OFF THE UNIT MOD E • Please be aware of the OFF indication on the remote control display to prevent the unit from starting / stopping improperly. Press again until 2 beeps. COOL mode . DRY mode : 1˚C ~ 2˚C lower than room temperature. HEAT mode : 20˚C ~ 24˚C.PRODUCT OVERVIEW & OPERATIONS PRODUCT OVERVIEW & OPERATIONS e-ion AIR PURIFYING SYSTEM Do not touch during operation e-ion ﬁlters Active e-ion Power Module Active e-ion Generator Auto OFF/ON button • Used when remote control is misplaced or malfunction. COOL mode : 26˚C ~ 28˚C. TO SELECT OPERATION MODE OFF / O N TEM P MOD E QUIE T AIR S WING POWER FAN SP FUL 1 ON OFF TIME SET CHE CK CLO CK 2 EED 3 SET AUTO mode . HEAT mode . The power indicator blinks during this operation. TO SET TEMPERATURE • Selection range: 16˚C ~ 30˚C.To enjoy warm air • Unit takes a while to warm up. Press and hold until 1 beep is heard. During operation mode selection the power indicator blinks. Action Press once. outdoor and room temperature. R AC CANCE L RC RES ET 4 .
TO ENJOY CLEAN & FRESH AIR • Generates negative ions to produce fresh air effect and attract dust which will then be captured at the positively charged e-ion ﬁlters. the louvers swing left/right and up/down automatically. AIR SWING TO ADJUST AIRFLOW DIRECTION (5 OPTIONS) Select ON or OFF timer. TO ACHIEVE TEMPERATURE QUICKLY • When ON Timer is set. • Timer operation is based on the clock set in the remote control and repeats daily once set. resumed) by pressing OPTIONAL SETTINGS Patrol starts automatically with the unit . or then • To cancel ON or OFF timer. Not used in normal operations. the unit may start earlier (up to 30 minutes) before the actual set time in order to achieve the desired temperature on time. Set the time. . and or and be activated at the same time. • When air quality is unsatisfactory. and can be activated even when the unit is turned off. once e-ion indicator is ON. e-ion operation will start automatically. you can restore the previous setting (once power is . 5 . and can be activated in all modes and can be cancelled by pressing the respective button again. Press to restore the remote control’s default setting. • In heat mode. press press . Use curtains to screen off sunlight and outdoor heat to reduce power consumption during cool mode. can not . Press and hold for approximately 10 seconds to show temperature setting in °C or °F. • If AUTO is set. the indoor fan speed is automatically adjusted according to the operation mode. • For AUTO. switched on with Press and hold for 5 seconds. • . In this condition. For clock setting.TO SELECT FAN SPEED (5 OPTIONS) TO SET THE TIMER • To turn ON or OFF the unit at a preset time. Press and hold for 5 seconds to dim or restore the unit’s indicator brightness. Press and hold for approximately 5 seconds to show 12-hour (am/pm) or 24-hour time indication. the air blows horizontally for a while. • If timer is cancelled manually or due to power failure. then release to disable or restore this setting. the unit will operate with AUTO fan speed and air swing. then starts to blow downwards and the airﬂow louvers start to swing left/right after the temperature rises. please refer to Remote Control Preparation at back cover. Conﬁrm. TO ENJOY QUIET ENVIRONMENT • This operation reduces airﬂow noise. • Keeps the room ventilated. • • Set the temperature 1°C higher in cool mode or 2°C lower in heat mode than the desired temperature to achieve a 10% power saving. TO MONITOR AIR QUALITY • Patrol sensor detects air quality.
• No obstruction at air inlet and air outlet vents.CARE & CLEANING • Switch off the power supply before cleaning. • Wash/rinse the ﬁlters gently with water to avoid damage to the ﬁlter surface. • Turn off the power supply. • Power cord becomes unnaturally warm. Remove ACTIVE e-ion GENERATOR Clean with dry cotton bud. INDOOR UNIT Wipe the unit gently with a soft. • Use only soap ( pH7) or neutral household detergent. HINTS • Clean the ﬁlter regularly for best performance and to reduce power consumption. e-ion FILTERS • Clean the ﬁlters regularly. ACTIVE e-ion POWER MODULE FOR SEASONAL INSPECTION AFTER EXTENDED NON-USE • Checking of remote control batteries. ALUMINIUM FIN FRONT PANEL Raise and pull to remove. Wash gently and dry. sharp part may cause injury. • Please consult your nearest dealer for seasonal inspection. • Do not touch the aluminium ﬁn. dry cloth. • Circuit breaker switches off frequently. away from ﬁre or direct sunlight. it is normal to have the following temperature difference between air inlet and air outlet vents: Cooling: ≥ 8°C Heating: ≥ 14°C NON SERVICEABLE CRITERIAS TURN OFF POWER SUPPLY then CALL Authorized Distributor under the following conditions: • Abnormal noise during operation. FOR EXTENDED NON-USE • Activate heat mode for 2~3 hours to remove moisture left in the internal parts thoroughly. • After 15 minutes of operation. • Water leaks from Indoor unit. thinner or scouring powder. • Water/foreign particles have entered the remote control. • Replace any damage ﬁlter. • Dry the ﬁlters thoroughly under the shade. 6 . • Remove the remote control batteries. CAUTION WASHING INSTRUCTIONS • Do not use benzene. • Do not use water hotter than 40°C. • Active e-ion generator cleaning is recommended every 6 months. • Switches or buttons are not functioning properly.
Check Set the temperature correctly. • • • • Noisy during operation. carpet. Outdoor unit emits water/steam. • The timer setting repeats daily once set. • (Display is dim or transmission signal is weak. • • Remote control does not work. Check if the circuit breaker is tripped. Check if timers have been set. Symptom Heating/Cooling operation is not working efﬁciently. If the patrol sensor or e-ion indicator still blinking. Water ﬂowing sound during operation. furniture or clothing. Close all doors and windows. Check if the unit has been installed at an incline.) • The unit does not work. • Turn the unit off and reveal the error code to your nearest dealer. • This may due to damp smell emitted by the wall. 1 3 Press for 5 seconds. Make sure the receiver not obstructed.TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING The following symptoms do not indicate malfunction. Insert the batteries correctly. Indoor fan stops occasionally during heating • To avoid unintended cooling effect. Cracking sound during operation. NOTE : • The unit may be operable (with 4 beeps) on a limited basis. Close the front panel properly. Power indicator blinks during operation and • The unit is in defrost mode. • Refrigerant ﬂow inside the unit. • Press or twice. Press for 5 seconds to quit checking. then jot down the error code. operation. outdoor unit. and the melted frost is drained from the the indoor fan is stopped. The room has a peculiar odour. depending on the error. Check the following before calling for servicing. timer has been set. Clean or replace the ﬁlters. The unit stops and the timer indicator blinks. please consult your nearest dealer. • Condensation or evaporation occurs on pipes. fan speed setting. Certain ﬂuorescent lights may interfere with signal transmitter. Indoor fan stops occasionally during automatic • This helps to remove the surrounding odours. Cause • Condensation effect due to cooling process. Clear any obstruction at the air inlet and air outlet vents. restart. Please consult your nearest dealer. Power indicator blinks before the unit is • This is a preliminary step in preparation for the operation when the ON switched on. • Changes of temperature cause the expansion/contraction of the unit. Replace weak batteries. 7 . Timer indicator is always on. 2 Press until you hear beep sound. • Patrol sensor or e-ion indicator on the indoor unit is blinking. Symptom Mist emerges from indoor unit. • • The unit does not receive the signal from the • remote control. Operation is delayed a few minutes after • The delay is a protection to the unit’s compressor.
2 Start/stop the operation. OFF/ ON TEMP MODE QUIET POWERFUL FAN SPEED 3 Set the desired temperature.panasonic.jp/global/ F566113 Printed in Malaysia OPTK0803-00 .. Web Site: http://www. AIR SWING 1 ON OFF 2 3 SET CANCEL TIMER AC SET CHECK CLOCK RC RESET Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.QUICK GUIDE Remote Control Preparation 1 2 6 1 2 3 4 5 3 4 5 6 Press and pull out Insert AAA or R03 batteries (can be used ~ 1 year) Press CLOCK Set time Conﬁrm Close the cover 1 MODE AUTO DRY HEAT COOL Select the desired mode. Ltd.co.
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