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****** Page 1 ****** XDimplex Window/Wall Box Air Conditioner Cooling only: DCB05C, DCB07C & DCB09C Reverse Cycle: DCB07, DCB09 & DCB14 INSTRUCTION MANUAL PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE UNIT. wmudimplex.com.au
****** Page 2 ****** Table of Contents Introduction Operating Instructions Electrical Specifications Installation Instructions Care and Maintenance Trouble Shooting Guide Page 2 4 5 6 9 10
****** Page 3 ****** Introduction Front Cover Air inlet grille (Indoor) Cabinet Air outlet grille (Indoor) Air inlet grille (Outdoor) Vent Lever Control Panel Air filter ONIOFF Auto AUTO SWING TIMER Timer High Sleep Med h Fan DCB05C/DCB07C/DCB09C ONIOFF Low Cool LOW Fig.l -1 FAN SPEED MODE FAN SPEED Sleep Auto High Fan Med cool ON/OFF TIMER DCB14 Corn p Timer Auto Sl eep High Fan Mea Low Heat FAN SPEED A MODE TIMER Timer DCB07/DCB09 MODE Heat Controller Panel -2-
****** Page 4 ****** Operating Instructions For remote control model You can easily operate this air conditioner by press relevant button on the control panel as well as the remote controller. No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 Button Function MUER • Used to adjust airflow direction. • Used to set or cancel timer operation. • When the unit is in operation, you can set OFF TIMERWhen the unit is off, you can set ON TIMER. Timer setting range is 0 to 24 hours. • If the OFF TIMER is set, the timer LED displays the remaining time to turn off the unit for only 10 secconds, then LED shifts to display set temperature. If you press TIMER button within the 10 seconds, OFF TIMER will be canceled. • If the ON TIMER is sett the timer LED displays the remaining time to turn on the unit. If you want to cancel ON TIMERt press TIMER button. • Everytime you press this button, the air conditioner will be started when it is energized or will be stopped when it is in operation Everytime you press this button, the operation mode ischanged in • Used to select fan speed in sequence auto, high, mid and low. • This button Used to set room temperature mode or used to set time in TIMER mode.lf the two keys are pressed at the same time last more than three seconds, the temperature LED display will alternate between C and ‘F. NOTE: Temperature setting range is from 61 OF(16C) To 88F(31 C). • To activate the function “SLEEP” Indication symbols of LED on control panel No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Button Function Timer Cooling Heatling Fan only Sleep Display set temp./Display set timer Low fan speed Mid fan speed High fan speed Auto fan speed Compressor running Above LED lights on when the relevant mode is in used. -3-
****** Page 5 ****** Operating Instructions Remote controller The remote controller transmits signals to the system. No. Button Function 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 A (TEMP UP) Increase the temperature or time by 1 unit V (TEMP DN) Decrease the temperature or time by 1 unit ON/OFF FAN TIMER SLEEP MODE SWING To switch the conditioner on and off. To select the fan speed of auto/low/mid/high To set automatic switching-on/off To activate the function “SLEEP” To select the mode of operation To activate or deactivate of the movement of theOEFLECTORS”. O foa Remote Controller The outlooking and some function of remote control may vary according to the model. The shape and position of buttons and indicators may vary according to the model, but their function is the same. The unit confirms the correct reception of each press button with a beep. -4-
****** Page 6 ****** Electrical specifications 1 . All wiring must comply with local and national electrical codes and must be installed by a qualified electrician. If you have any questions regarding the following instructions, contact a qualified electrician. 2. Check available power supply and resolve any wiring problems BEFORE installing and operating this unit. 3. For your safety and protection. This unit is grounded through the power cord when plugged into a matching wall outlet. If you are not sure whether your wall outlet is properly grounded, please consult a qualified electrician. 4. The rating plate on the unit contains electrical and other technical data. The rating plate is located on the right side of the unit. Make sure to use correct power supply according to the rating plate of your air conditioner. 5. The wiring diagram is as below. DCB05C/DCB07C/DCB09C Electric Shock Hazard A The air conditioner has a serial rating volts. It must have its own fuse or circuit breaker, and no other device or unit should be operated on the fuse or circuit breaker. To avoid the possibility of personal injury, disconnect power to the unit before installing or servicing. A CAUTION 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. RECEPTACLE AND FUSE TYPES DCB05C DCB07C RATED VOLTS AMPS 250V 7.1A 250V 7.1A DCB09C 250V TIA CONTROL Chi cn 2-1 Pl DCB07/DCB09 RECEPTACLE AND FUSE TYPES RATED VOLTS AMPS DCB14 fiCf1 DCB07 250V TIA DCB09 250V TIA 211 334049 “I.)TI.n P -l Pl-I CQ DCB14 250V 8.5A 21133404 utr 01 -5-
****** Page 7 ****** Installation instructions REMOVE ALL THE SHIPPING PARTS BEFORE INSTALLATION LOCATION • Select a location that can support the weight of the air conditioner and one that will not cause increased operation noise and vibration. Direct sunlight is unfavorable for efficient cooling. • Select a place where there is no obstacles near the air inlet and outlet. Less than 210 More than 55 wall thickness is less than 210 Make rear side lower so that waterwill drain out smoothy. 450 Scrape If the wall thickness is more than 210 scrape the wall as shown above. more than 400 ess 10 more than 400 more than 500 -6-
****** Page 8 ****** Installation instructions A CAUTION e Do not install air conditioner in the place where flammable gas leaks are a possibility. e The minimum clearance from the appliance to combustible surfaces is 100mm; (Only for electric heating) The range of external static pressures at which the appliance was tested is 0-5Pa OPERATION • Check the capacity of wiring and power outlet. The power outlet should be used exclusively for the air conditioner. Do not use it with other appliances. • Ground the air conditioner to prevent danger of electric shock. • Connect the air conditioner with power source securely. • Use a fuse as below. A CAUTION Before installation,turn off the operation switch and disconnect the power cord. e This appliance isnot intended for use by persons(including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities,orlack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concern- ing use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure thatthey do not play with the appliance. e The appliance isfitted with means for disconnection from the supply mains having a contact separation in all poles that provide full disconnection under over voltage category Ill conditions, and thesemeans must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.
****** Page 9 ****** Installation instructions 1) Remove the front panel. (Fig.5) Remove the air filter. (Fig.6) Remove screw at the botton of the front panel. (Fig.7) Open the panel cover. 2) Remove the screws fix the chassis-fixing board and cabinet. some Models have two more screws on the back of the cabinet. (Fig.8) 3) Grasp the handle on the front of the chassis and carefully slide the air conditioner unit out of the cabinet. (Fig.9) 4) Install the drain tube connection into the hole provided at the rear of the air conditioner chassis.(Fig.11 ) To meet different requirements of different type of air conditioner, there are two kinds of methods for your choice to treat the condensed water. You can choose back drainage or bottom drainage. Bottom drainage way: the drain tray is fixed in position through four pcs of screws and use the flare nut to block the back drainage hole.(Fig.15) Back drainage way using’the flare nut to block the bottom drainage hole and use water outlet pipe to connect the back drainage hole :pay attention to increase the sealing ring to prevent water leakage.(Fig. 16) 5) Install the air conditioner cabinet on the installation shelf (not included) with screws.(Fig. 10) 6) Carefully slide the unit back into the cabinet.(Fig .12) 7) Reinstall the retaining bracket,front panel and mounting screws. (Fig.8,7,13) 8) Reinstall the air filter.(Fig.14) Fig. 14 drain tray screw 13 Screw Fig.15 falre nut falre nut -8- Fig.5 Fig.6 Fig-7 Fig. 8 Fig-9 Wall Cabinet nstallation shelf Fig.10 Fig.16 sealing ring water chitlet pipe
****** Page 10 ****** Care and Maintenance AIR FILTER The air filter should be washed at least once a month. If the air filter remains full of dust, the air flow will decrease and the cooling capacity will be reduced. e The filter is behind the cover and to be pulled out from right hand side. e Wash the air filter with water and detergent. e Rinse with clean water and dry completely before reinstalling. Fig.15 A CAUTION Fig.16 e Do not use hot water above 40 C for washing the air filter. Let the filter dry thoroughly in the shade before reinstalling. Do not expose it directly on the sun. Do not operate the air conditioner with the filter removed. Tl condition: The ambient temperature for cooling: 18—430; The ambient temperature for heating: -5—200. T3 condition: The ambient temperature for cooling: 25—520; The ambient temperature for heating: -5—200. AIR CLEANING FILTER e The air cleaning filter is attached to the air filter. Wash the air cleaning filter as well when wash air filter. FRONT COVER,ETC o The front cover will accumulate dirt and dust. To clean it, wipe it with a soft dry cloth. When it is excessively dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth dampened with warm water or mild soap, then wipe it again thoroughly with a soft dry cloth. -9- Hot Water Benzine,acid,etc.
****** Page 11 ****** Troubleshooting Guide • Never use hot water above 500C ,benzine,gasoline,acid,thinner or brush to wipe off dirt because they will damage the plastic surface and the coating. LONG OFF PERIOD MAINTENANCE • Operate the fan alone (“LOW FAN”or”HlGH FAN”) for half aday to dry out the inside of the unit. • Turn off power and remove plug from wall socket. • After a long off period and going to use the air conditioner again , clean the CONDENSER(at the rear)and EVAPORATOR (at the front)fins by using a soft brush or vacuum cleaner. A CAUTION • Be careful not to damage the fins during the cleaning. BEFORE ASKING FOR SERVICE Check the following points before requesting for repairs or service. persists,pelase contact our customer service. If the malfunction Faults Does not operate Does not cool effectively Cause o Is the power off? @ Is the fuse blown? o Is the voltage extremely high or low? Is the operation dial set to”off’? o Is the air filter remain full of dust or dirt? See air filter instructions on page 9. @ Is the sunlight fall directly on the unit? O Is the air flow on the rear side obstructed? Leave a space of 500mm behind the rear side of the air condition? @ The doors or windows may be opened widely or there are other sources of heat in the room? (5) The temperature dial may not set to the colder position. Turn the dial further clockwise. O Is the ventilation damper opened? -10-
****** Page 12 ****** CONTACT DETAILS Glen DimplexAustralia Pty Ltd 1340 Ferntree Gully Road Scoresby VIC 3179 Australia Ph: 1300 556 816 Web: dimplex.com.au Glen Dimplex New Zealand Ltd 38 Harris Road East Tamaki, Auckland New Zealand Ph: 09274 8265 Web: dimplex.co.nz
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