Lexmark Air Conditioner 12EZ user manual

User manual for the device Lexmark Air Conditioner 12EZ

Device: Lexmark Air Conditioner 12EZ
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Date of adding : 2013-11-09 12:28:12
Number of pages: 20
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HW 9EZ 12EZ 18EZ
User manual and installation guide

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GB THANK YOU Thank you for choosing this innovative Amcor air conditioner. We suggest that you keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. It describes the many benefits and advanced features this unique product has to offer. Before you use your new air conditioner you should carefully read these instructions to maximise this product’s performance. For over 50 years Amcor has specialised in complete indoor environmental control, manufacturing and marketing; dehumidifiers, portab

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GB Do not use your air conditioner when: the power cord is there is a chance there is a risk of it a close to a heat This air conditioner damaged. of liquids falling on interference from source. is not made for DIY the unit. foreign objects. repair. HOW IT WORKS The compressor (6) in the exterior unit 1 compresses the refrigerant into a high- temperature, high-pressure gas. When this gas flows along the cooling fins of the a condenser (7), heat is extracted and the 2 gas condenses into a

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GB REMOTE CONTROL LCD display: temperature timer setting timer on/off fan 6 1 fan speed louvre setting 2 or indication of active mode or 3 selected option 7 4 8 5 9 10 Buttons: 1. Temperature setting 2. ON/OFF 3. Swing 4. Air flow 5. Sleep 6. Mode 7. Fan speed 8. Timer 9. Turbo 10. Hold NB Clean and Lamp buttons are not applicable to this air conditioner. Using the remote control The remote control signal has a range of up to 8 m. Point the remote control at the rec

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GB OPERATION General • Turn the unit on with the ON/OFF BUTTON [2]. The last used operating mode is selected. • The ON/OFF BUTTON turns the appliance off; the operating mode active at this moment is stored in memory and will be used when the air conditioner is switched back on again. • Set the temperature with the TEMP BUTTONS [1] – within the limits of the thermostat: 18 °C – 32 °C. Each press of the button makes a change of 1 °C. • Use the FAN SPEED BUTTON [7] to set the fan speed

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GB Fan mode 1. Press the MODE BUTTON [6] until the symbol appears next to FAN. 2. Use the FAN SPEED BUTTON [7] to set the fan speed. 3. Use the SWING BUTTON [3] and the AIR FLOW BUTTON [4] to adjust the air flow direction. Sleep button Press the SLEEP BUTTON [5], the symbol appears on the right hand side of the display next to SLEEP. Press again to release the sleep mode. In this mode the air flow sound is reduced. Use the sleep mode when you are going to bed. In COOL mode operation, the roo

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GB Press the HOLD BUTTON [10] to lock or to unlock the keys of the remote control. The symbol on the right hand side of the display next to HOLD indicates locked keys. Left/right air flow direction Method 1: Manually adjust Turn the air conditioner off. Adjust the fins by hand. Method 2: Horizontal and vertical auto swing Press the AIR FLOW BUTTON [4] to let the fins swing constantly or leave them in a fixed manual set postion. IMPORTANT Auto restart The air conditioner will automatic resta

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GB Emergency start In the event of a problem, or when the remote control is missing, the air conditioner can be operated using the emergency button under the panel in the indoor unit. Open the front panel and press the button to switch on (in the mode last set) or to switch off. FILTERS Turn the air conditioner off and remove the plug from the mains outlet. B B C A A Opening: at the A recesses, pull the Closing: press the front part down at front part up. The front part will stay the sides

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GB CLEANING Turn the air conditioner off and remove the plug from the mains outlet. Indoor unit Dust regularly with a dry cloth or slightly damp paper towel. Never use chemicals or solvents. Never spray a liquid in or over the appliance. Outdoor unit Remove dirt and keep the air intake and exhaust openings free of leaves, etc. Cleaning with chemicals may cause damage. END OF PERIOD OF USE If the air conditioner is not going to be used for an extended period: • set in fan mode with temperat

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GB INSTALLATION GUIDE In case of a non quick coupling unit, make sure to have the professional after-sales service person or authorized dealer to install the units. • The units may not be installed in places where there might be leakage of combustible gases: fire hazard. • Make sure that an earth leakage circuit breaker is installed, either as a plug in device or on the main board, instead of a fuse. • Check whether the connection of wires between

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GB SAFETY ASPECTS Check the network voltage. Make sure that the existing network voltage corresponds to the value specified on the type tag on the appliance. Keep the work area tidy. Carelessness in the work area can lead to accidents. Use the right tools. Do not use tools that are not sturdy enough for heavy work. Use reliable tools suitable for the purpose for which they are intended. Wear a mask and eye and ear protection. When doing work which may produce splinters or dust and when worki

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GB SAFETY Read the section on safety aspects and these instructions before you start. Stick to the work sequence and working method shown here. For technical or commercial reasons, the manufacturer may make changes to the appliance or component parts, without general notification. You can consult your supplier about this. IMPORTANT: • This appliance must be connected to an earthed socket for 230 V/50 Hz, with a 13 A fuse. • The connection to the national grid must be carried out in agreeme

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GB Ceiling At least 10 cm For operational convenience and At least At least 15 cm for safety, ensure there is enough 15 cm space between the unit and walls, windows and ceiling. At least 230 cm Wall-mounting plate Floor Pipe lines can be connected in the directions 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 as indicated in Figure 3. When connection 3, 4 or 5 is chosen, a groove for the pipes has to be opened on the base stand. Installation of the wall-mounting plate Fix the wall-mounting plate firmly on the wall wit

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GB Inspections: • See if the hooks at the top and bottom are firmly fixed. • See if the position of the master unit is properly levelled. • The drain pipe must not curve upward (Figure). Connecting Connecting pipe wires • The drain pipe must be at the lower part of the Wall pipe wall pipes (Figure) to avoid possible restriction Drain pipe Drain pipe to the water flow. POSITION OF THE OUTDOOR UNIT • where the support can stand the load of the units weight and not cause vibrations and noi

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GB • use expansion bolts to fix the mounting supports on the wall • use bolts and nuts to fix the outdoor unit firmly on the supports and keep on the same level • if the unit is installed on the wall or at the roof top, the supports have to be firmly fixed to resist earthquake or strong wind. PIPELINES CONNECTION Ordinary pipeline connection (suitable for non-quick coupler) No dust, foreign objects, air or moisture should be allowed to enter the air conditioning system. Careful attention

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GB multiple gauge high pressure EXHAUST AIR side gauge pressure vacual mercury column hand regulation Only applicable for non-quick coupler. main regulation valve closed valve closed from high pressure side maintenance point R410A: use pump vacuum to exhaust the air. to outdoor unit R407C/R410A industrial pipe container (brown) This procedure must be performed by a professional. refrigerant charging diagram POWER CABLE CONNECTION Figure 11 1. Remove the cover from the outdoor unit. 2. Non-quic

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GB PARTS Indoor unit Air filter Room temperature detecting probe Emergency start/stop Air outlet RUN TIMER Air flow direction • • adjusting Drain tube Electric connection Refrigerant piping Air inlet connection side and rear Outdoor unit Air discharge 17

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GB TECHNICAL DATA Model HW-9EZ HW-12EZ HW-18EZ BTU/h 9200 12000 16500 Cooling capacity measured conform EN 14511 kW 2.7 3.51 4.82 BTU/h 9500 12300 17400 Heating capacity kW 2.8 3.6 5.1 Power supply 220 – 240 V • 50 Hz • 1Ph Power consumption W 840/780 1100/1000 1600/1580 Current A 3.9/3.7 5.06/4.7 7.27/7.4 Dehumidification – max. L/24h 17 24 31 3 Air flow – at high fan speed m /h 500 600 729 Refrigerant R410A Refrigerant load g 760 1080 1500 2 Room size – up to m 27 35 47 Fan speeds 3 Thermosta

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GB ELECTRIC CONNECTION (UK ONLY) For your safety please read the following information. Warning: This appliance must be earthed. The appliance must be connected to a 220-240 volts 50 cycle AC supply by means of a three pin socket, suitably earthed and should be protected by a 13 amp fuse in the plug. The appliance is supplied with a moulded 13 amp 3 pin mains plug fitted with a 13 amp fuse. Should the fuse require replacement, it must be replaced with a fuse rated at 13 amp and approved to BS1

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Hong Kong Amcor Ltd Suite 1010–1011, 10/F, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, 5 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel: +852 2997 6865 Fax: +852 2997 6091 Email: amcorhk@amcorgroup.com United Kingdom Amcor Ltd 9 Ryan Drive, West Cross Centre, Great West Road, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 9ER, United Kingdom Tel: +44 20 8560 4141 Fax: +44 20 8232 8814 Email: amcoruk@amcorgroup.com USA Amcor Inc. 685A Gotham Parkway, Carlstadt, New Jersey 07072, United States of America Tel: +1 201 460 8100 Fax:

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