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****** Page 5 ****** INTRODUCTION Thank you for choosing a De’Longhi product. Please take a few moments to read the instructions to avoid risks or damage to the appliance. DESCRIPTION Description of the appliance (see page 2 – A) A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 air outlet flap control panel handles castors BioSilverfilter air intake grille air exhaust hose housing air intake grille power cable AIO drainage hose with cap All CST remote control compartment Descrizione of the accessories (see page 2 – B) Bl B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 wall flange with cap air exhaust hose hose adaptor adapter for window bracket window bracket with wing nut adapter for wall mounting/window outlet window outlet CST (Cool Surround Tecnology) remote control window bracket cap ELECTRICAL CONNECTION Before plugging into the mains, check the following: the mains voltage is the same as that indicated on the plate on the back of the appliance; the socket and electrical line are sized to support the load required; the socket is the proper type for the plug, otherwise, re- place the socket; the socket is connected to an efficient earthing system. The manufacturer is not responsible in the event of non- compliance with these injury prevention standards. The power cable must only be replaced by special- ised technicians. USE The instructions below will enable you to prepare your air con- ditioner for operation as efficiently as possible. Before use, make sure the air intake and outlet grilles are unobstructed. Please note: This appliance is provided with an auto-evapora- tion feature for condensate removal during cooling and dehu- midifing modes. AIR CONDITIONING WITHOUT INSTALLATION CASEMENT WINDOW Ifyou have a casement window proceed as follows: Fit the air exhaust hose (82) in the relevant housing located on the rear side of the appliance (fig. 1). Screw the window outlet (B7) and place outside the win- dow to exhaust the hot air (fig. 2). DOUBLE-HUNG WINDOW Ifyou have a double-hung window proceed as follows: Insert and lock the adapter for window bracket (B4) into the slot ofthe window bracket (B5) (fig.3) Place the window bracket in the window sill, and extend the bracket fully within the window frame (fig. 4). Fix the bracket by the wing nut (fig. 5) (Should the window bracket be too large for the window the plastic can be cut with a saw by a qualified professional). Insert the air exhaust hose (B2) into the accessory for win- dow bracket (B4) (fig. 6) and rotate it as shown in fig. 3. In order to facilitate the fitting ofthe air exhaust hose (B2) in the relevant housing located on the rear side ofthe appli- ance, position the hose adapter’s tabs (B3) in a horizontal axis as shown in fig. 7 and proceed as shown in fig.l. SLIDING WINDOWS Thanks to the locking wing nut, it’s possible to use the win- dow bracket also for sliding windows. Position the hole of the bracket so to allow a correct installation of the exhaust hose (see figure 6). AIR CONDITIONING WITH INSTALLATION Fit the air exhaust hose (82) in the relevant housing located on the rear side of the appliance (fig. 1). Drill a hole 150 mm in an outside wall or through a window panel. Respect the distances, dimensions and heigh of the hole given in figure 8.
****** Page 6 ****** DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL (C) in the window panel in the wooden kickboard of a French window in the wall: you are recommended to in- sulate the section of wall using suitable insulation. Q (3 (4 (5 C6 C7 C8 (9 ON/STAND-BY (on/off) key Function selection key MODE (air conditioning, dehumidi- fying, fan) Decrease key Increase key Temperature indicator Timer indicator Timer symbol Air conditioning symbol Dehumidifying symbol Fit the wall flange (Bl) into the hole. Fit the air exahaust hose (B2) into the wall flange (Bl) (Fig. 9) When the hose (B2) is not connected, the drilled hole can be closed with the flange cap (Bl). Please note: As special tools are required for installation, we suggest you have the appliance installed by specialized person- nel. When installing the air conditioner, you should leave a door slightly open little as 1 cm to guarantee correct ventilation and room pressure. Keep the air hose as short and free of curves as possible to avoid constrictions. OPERATING FROM THE CONTROL PANEL CIO Fan symbol Cll ECO REAL FEEL indicator (12 SILENT symbol (13 Auto indicator C14 Airflow indicators (15 Alarm symbol (16 ECO REAL FEEL symbol C17 Set temperature values, programmed on/offtime TURNING THE APPLIANCE ON/OFF (15 (8 CIO C14 C16 (3 MODE Before plugging the appliance check the cap on back ofthe unit is correct- ly inserted on drainage hose (AIO). Insert the plug in the socket. Two dashes appear on the display indicating that the appliance is in stand-by. Touch the d) (C 1) keyto turn on the appliance. When the appliance comes on, the last function set before it was shut off is activated. Please note: After few seconds of the control panel inactivity, its brightness will be automatically re- duced and in the next few minutes it will be further reduced. To turn the appliance off, touch the (C 1) keyagain. (as D) AUTO eco FEE MODE (5 (6 (9 (12 (13 Cll (4 Please note: Never turn off the air conditioner by simply pull- ing the plug. Touch the Q) (C 1) key in order to put your air conditioner in stand-by and wait a few minutes before pulling the plug. In this way, the appliance can perform the operating status checks.
****** Page 7 ****** MODES SELECTION MODE Q) To select the desired operating mode, touch repeatedly the MODE key (C2) until the desired function is selected. *AIR CONDITIONING MODE The air flows available are: Minimum air flow: when most silent operation is desired. S ) ) Medium air flow: when the noise level needs to be low but with a good comfort level. S j)) Maximum airflow: for maximum performance. SELECT THE TEMPERATURE SCALE d The temperature can be displayed in oc or OF. To change the temper- b ature unit of measure touch both the increase A (C4) or decrease v (3) keysforabout 10sec. AUTO This is ideal for hot and humid weath- er when the room needs to be both cooled and dehumidified. To correctly set this mode: • Touch repeatedly the MODE key (C2) until the air conditioning * symbol appears. The display will show the desired temperature and the AUTO fan speed. change the tempera- ture to be reached, touch the A (C4) or v (C3) key. Please note: The most suitable temperatures, during the sum- mer range from 24 to 270C. However, setting the temperature significantly lower than the outdoor temperature is not recom- mended. In conditioning mode, the air flow can be selected only from the remote control. O DEHUMIDIFYING MODE AUTO This is ideal for reducing humidity in the room (spring and autumn, damp rooms, rainy periods, etc). For this type of use, the appliance must be set up as for air conditioning mode. That is, the air exhaust hose (B2) OPERATING FROM THE CST (Cool Surround Tec- nology) REMOTE CONTROL The CST remote controller is based on Bluetooth’ Low Energy communication with the Pinguino. INSERTING OR REPLACING THE BATTERIES Remove the cover on the rear of the remote control. Insert or replace the batteries with two new LR6 “AA” 1.5V batteries, inserting them correctly (see the instructions in- side the battery compartment) (fig. 10). Replace the cover. If the remote control unit is replaced or discarded, the bat- teries must be removed and disposed ofjn accordance with current legislation as they are harmful to the environment. Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries. Do not dispose of batteries in fire. Batteries may explode or leak. If the remote control is not be used for a certain length oftime, remove the batter- ies. Use only battery within the expired date. DESCRIPTION OF THE CST REMOTE CONTROL must be fitted to the appliance to allow the humidity to be dis- charged outside. To correctly set this mode: Touch repeatedly the MODE key (C2) until the dehumidify- ing O symbol appears. The appliance automatically chooses the best air flow. *FAN MODE When using this mode, the air ex- haust hose (B2) does not need to be attached to the appliance. To correctly set this mode: Touch repeatedly the MODE key until the fan symbol appears. Select the desired airflow by touching the increase A (C4) or decrease v (C3) key. O DIO MODE
****** Page 8 ****** D3 D4 D5 D7 D9 ON/STAND-BY (on/off) button SILENT button Airflow button Decrease button Countdown Timer MODE button Increase button ECO REAL FEEL button Swing button (flap swing) DIO Indication LED USING THE CST REMOTE CONTROL The CST remote control is an innovative technology that allows a better wellbeings regulation, thanks to the sensors provided. In order to optimize the wellbeings conditions around you, we suggest you to keep it near you. The remote control must be no more than about 10 meters away from the appliance (fig. 10) (even in non line ofsight). The maximum range may be lower depending on the envi- ronment. It belongs to Bluetooth dass 2 device class. The CST remote control must be handled with care. Do not drop it or expose it to direct sunlight or sources of heat. It is advisable to keep the CST remote Control Unit lied over a table or a plan surface. Do not hold the CST remote Control in your hand for long time to avoid altering the reading ofthe sensors. The CST sensors are also disabled if the CST remote control is positioned at a distance less than 1 m from the unit. The CST remote control is equipped with touch sensitive buttons. The CST remote control is equipped with a double color built- in LED (DIO) (white/red). White indications are used for: signaling the touching of each button with 3 fast flashes every 30 seconds it blinks for data transmission signaling the entering of pairing phase with periodic blinking signaling the batteries good status The same indications but in red color mean that the batter- ies begin to be exhausted. Please note: The remote control can be safely stored in the ap- propriate compartment (A11). TURNING THE APPLIANCE ON/OFF Plug into the outlet. Touch the (b ON/STAND-BY button (Dl). When turned on, the air conditioner starts operating in the same mode as when it was turned off. Touch the Q) ON/STAND-BY button (Dl) again to switch the appliance off. Please note: Never switch the appliance off by removing the plug. Always switch it off by touching the (b ON/STAND-BY but- ton (Dl) and waiting few minutes before removing the plug. Only in this way the appliance will perform the standard check- ings. SELECTING THE OPERATING MODES The operating modes available on the CST remote control through the MODE button (D6) correspond to those on the ap- pliance control panel (C). SELECTING THE TEMPERATURES In conditioning mode touch v button (D4) or A (D7) to select the desired temperature. SELECTING THE AIR FLOW In conditioning and fan modes, touch S button (D3) to select the desired airflow. The air flows available are: AUTO Minimum air flow: when most silent operation is desired. Medium air flow: when the noise level needs to be low but with a good comfort level. Maximum air flow: for maximum performance. Auto air flow: the appliance automatically chooses the air flow based on the temperature selected and the environmental conditions. This selection is only available in conditioning mode. ECO REAL FEEL FUNCTION ECO REAL FEEL is the innovative De’Longhi technology that works simultaneously on temperature reduction and humidity control, securing best comfort level. With traditional systems, during working time, optimal comfort conditions may be reached but not secured over time. With ECO REAL FEEL, once optimal comfort is reached, PAC automatically modulates com- pressor action and air flow, to keep it over time. To activate the function, touch the button (D8) on remote control and the ECO REAL FEEL symbol appears. After approx. 1 minute, the ECO REAL FEEL indicator (Cl 1) turns on. It changes color when approaching the best comfort level (see following diagram). Pleasenote: For this type of use, the appliance must be set up as for air conditioning mode.
****** Page 9 ****** HIGH MEDIUM LOW Operating curve TEMPERATURE ORANGE LIGHT: Room conditions far from optimal level. GREEN LIGHT: Most people feel good room conditions, near optimal level. BLUE LIGHT: Bestomfortlevel. Perfect! The well-being feeling is a subjective condition: for this reason, different people may judge differently the same environmental conditions. In particularly severe environmental conditions (large size of the environment, high temperature or humidity outside, poor insulation of the room, too many of people or strong heat load in the room, strong exposure to the sun this device may not be able to reach the best comfort level. SILENT FUNCTION (available in conditioning mode only) By activating this function, the operating noise is further re- duced. To activate it, touch on the remote control the but- ton (D2). The display shows the relative symbol (Cl 2). S O MODE SWING FUNCTION This function moves the flap evenly distributing the air into the room. When the Swing button (D9) is touched, the flap will begin to move forwards and backwards alternatively. If touched again, the flap will be locked into its current position. When the button is next touched, the flap will start to move for- wards and backwards again. Please note: in order to avoid damaging the internal mecha- nisms, the flap must not be moved manually. REPEAT PAIRING OF CST REMOTE CONTROL The CST remote control is already paired to the bundled Pinguino appliance. In case the user wants to perform a pairing with an- other Pinguino device, or in case of a pairing of brand new CST remote control, the user needs to put the unit in Stand-by mode and keep touched for 10 sec sthe MODE selection button (D6) on the CST remote control. The Led (DIO) starts blinking periodi- cally indicating the pairing phase. The user is then asked to press for 10 sec the MODE button (C2) on the Pinguino unit until a double beep is emitted. The pairing phase is signaled on display by means of a fast flashing of the dot in the middle ofthe digits. When the two devices complete the pairing dialogue, the PAC emits a double’beep’, the display will show the normal visualiza- tion for Standby. The pairing must be done within 60 sec. SETTING THE TIMER The timer allows the delayed start up or shut down of the appli- ance. This function will prevent wasting electricity by optimising the operating periods. How to program delayed shut down While the appliance is on in any operating mode, delayed shut down can be programmed. Touch the O timer button (D5): the timer symbol (C7) and hours (C6) light up. o MODE Touch the v (D4) and A (D7) buttons until the desired numbers of hours to shut down appears on the display. A few seconds after the timer is set, the setting is acquired, the display shows the operating mode and the timer symbol stays lit. Once the set time is elapsed, the air conditioner goes into stand- by. To cancel the timer program, touch the O timer button (D5) twice. The timer symbol (C7) will go off. Pleasenote: Once the timer has been activated, by touching the
****** Page 10 ****** timer button only one time, the remaining hours to shut down will be displayed. How to program delayed start up Plug in the appliance and set to standby. Touch the O timer button (D5): the timer symbol (C7) and hours (C6) light up. Touch the v (D4) and A (D7) buttons until the desired numbers of hours to start up appears. Start up can be pro- grammed at any time within the 24 hours that follow. When the set time is elapsed, the appliance will start to operate in the same operating mode that was previously set. To cancel the timer program, touch the timer button (D5) twice. The timer symbol (C7) will go off. Please note: Once the timer has been activated, by touching the timer key only one time, the remaining hours to the start up will be displayed. SELF-DIAGNOSIS USAGE TIPS The CST remote control has humidity/temperature sensors onboard. It is suggested not to completely cover it with hands or clothes; it is as well suggested not to place in ob- structed air flow zones. In addition to that it is preferable to keep the device far for direct sunlight exposure or heat sources in order to avoid miss sensor readings. The CST remote control is equipped with touch sensitive buttons. It is suggested to use it with clean hands and without dust or liquids/humidity over it. The CST remote control is expected to run for about 6 months with the same battery pack. This assumption is based on the use of 2300 mAh LR6″AA” batteries The appliance has a self diagnosis system to identify a number of warning/malfunctions. Error messages are displayed on the appliance display. IF … IS DISPLAYED, 1 “Low Temperature” (Frost prevention) ..WHAT SHOULD I DO? The appliance is fitted with a frost protection device to avoid excessive formation of ice. The appliance starts up again auto- matically when the defrosting process is completed. TIPS FOR CORRECT USE IF … IS DISPLAYED, “Probe Failure” (Probe damaged) ..WHAT SHOULD I DO? If this is displayed, contact your local authorized service center IF … IS DISPLAYED, 11 “High Level” (Internal tray full) ..WHAT SHOULD DO? Empty the internal safety tank following the instructions in the section “End of season operations” IF … IS DISPLAYED, “Communication Failure” (Internal communication issue) ..WHAT SHOULD I DO? If this is displayed, contact your local authorized service center. To ensure optimal results from your air conditioner, follow these recommendations: close the windows and doors in the room to be air condi- timed. When installing the air conditioner semi-perma- nently, you should leave a door slightly open (as little as 1 cm) to guarantee proper ventilation. Never use the appliance in very damp rooms (laundries for example). Protect the room from direct exposure to the sun by par- tially closing curtains and/or blinds to make the appliance much more economical to run. Never use the appliance outdoors. Make sure there are no heat sources in the room. make sure the air conditioner is standing on a level surface. do not cover the appliance
****** Page 11 ****** Never rest objects of any kind on the air conditioner. Never obstruct the air intake or outlet flap. CLEANING Before cleaning or maintenance, turn the appliance off by touching the (b button, then unplug from the outlet. CLEANING THE CABINET You should clean the appliance with a slightly damp cloth then dry with a dry cloth. For safety reasons, never wash the air con- ditioner with water. Attention! Never use petrol, alcohol or solvents to dean the ap- pliance. Never spray insecticide liquids or similar. CLEANING THE BIO SILVER AIR FILTER The BioSilver filter helps capture dust and pollen and helps re- duce the growth of bacteria and mold on the filter. If the filter is dirty, air circulation is compromised and the effi- ciency of the appliance decreases. It is therefore good practice to dean the filter at regular intervals. The frequency depends on the duration and conditions of operation. Ifthe unit is used constantly or systematically, you are recommended to clean the filter once a week. The filter is housed in the intake grille. To clean the filter, extract as shown in fig. 11. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust collected on the filter. If it is very dirty, immerse in warm water and rinse a number of times. The water should never be hotter than 400C. After washing the filter, allow it to dry completely before repositioning it. START OF SEASON CHECKS Make sure the power cable and plug are undamaged and the earth system is efficient. Follow the installation instructions precisely. END OF SEASON OPERATIONS To drain all water from the circuit, remove the external cap by unscrewing it in the anticlockwise direction (fig. 12) and allow the water to drain out into a basin. When the appliance is empty, replace the caps. Clean the filter and dry thoroughly before putting back. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Frequency: 2402.0-2480.0 MHz Maximum transmission power 0.00137 W LIMIT CONDITIONS Room temperature for air conditioning Transport, filling, cleaning, recovery and disposal of refrigerant should be performed by a technical service centre appointed by the manufacturer only. The appliance should be disposed of by a specialist centre appointed by the manufacturer only. Attention! TO AVOID DAMAGE THE UNIT: NEVER TRANSPORT OR TURN THE APPLIANCE UPSIDE DOWN OR ON ITS SIDE. IF THIS OCCURS, WAIT 6 HOURS BEFORE TURNING THE APPLIANCE ON, 24 HOURS IS RECOMMENDED. After the unit has been on its side, oil needs to return to the compressor to en- sure proper function. Without allowing the unit this time (6-24 hours) the unit may function for only a short time, and then the compressor will break down from lack of oil. Power supply voltage Max. absorbed power during air conditioning Refrigerant Cooling capacity see rating label
****** Page 12 ****** TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM The air conditioner does not come on The air conditioner works for a short time only The air conditioner works, but does not cool the room During operation, there is an unpleasant smell in the room The air conditioner does not operate for about three minutes after restarting it The scripts Lt/PF/HL/El and the symbol A appear on display. CAUSE it is not plugged into the outlet there is no current the internal safety device has tripped there are bends or kinks in the air exhaust hose something is preventing the air from being discharged windows, doors and/or curtains open there are heat sources in the room (oven, hairdryer, etc the air exhaust hose is detached from the appliance filter clogged the technical specification of the appliance is not adequate for the room in which it is located. filter dogged an internal safety device prevents the appliance from being restarted until three minutes have elapsed since it was last turned off the appliance has a self diag nosis system to identify a number of malfunctions. SOLUTION plug into the outlet wait call the Service Center position the air hose correctly, keeping it as short and free of curves as possible to avoid bottlenecks check and remove any obstacles obstructing air discharge close doors, windows and curtains, bearing in mind the”TlPS FOR CORRECT USE” given above eliminate the heat sources fit the air exhaust hose in the housing at the back of the appliance (fig. 1). clean or replace the filter as described above clean the filter as described above wait. This delay is part of normal operation. see the SELF-DIAGNOSIS chapter
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