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[. . . ] INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE MULTI SPLIT AIR CONDITIONER WITH GAS R410a PRECAUTIONS FOR USE SPECIFICATIONS AND TECHNICAL DATA INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE HOW TO USE REMOTE CONTROL CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE TROUBLESHOOTING INSTALLATION SERVICE - PRECAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION ELECTRICAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS INSTALLATION DIMENSION DRAWINGS INSTALLING INDOOR UNIT CHECKS AND TEST RUN AFTER INSTALLATION ELECTRICAL CONNECTION Thank you for selecting a Whirlpool air conditioner. For best results, please keep this Manual properly for future reference. This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. [. . . ] Check the air inlet/outlet on indoor and outdoor units for any blocking. If the outdoor unit is rusted, paint on the rusty spots to prevent expansion. Outdoor unit Use suitable instruments for the refrigerant R410a. Do not use mineral oils to clean the unit. 35 TROUBLESHOOTING Indoor unit Warning: Do not attempt to repair the air conditioner yourself. Incorrect repairs may cause electrocution or fire, so please contact the Whirlpool Authorized Service Centre nearest you for professional repairs. Malfunction Cause Air conditioner does not start • To protect the air conditioner when started after a stop, the microcomputer control delays for 3 minutes before allowing the immediately after a stop. An unpleasant odour is • The air conditioner itself is odourless. The solution is to clean the air filter perceived at start-up (see page 34). • If there is still any problem, the air conditioner should be cleaned (Please contact the Whirlpool Authorized Service Centre). You may hear a “gurgling” noise • When the air conditioner is started, or the compressor starts or stops while running, or the air conditioner is stopped, you may when the air conditioner is on hear a gurgling noise that is the refrigerant flowing back and is not a malfunction. A thin fog may flow from the • This may occur when the indoor temperature and humidity are high. • After a short time, the fog will disappear as the indoor temperature and humidity decrease You may hear a slight crack when • This is the sound of friction caused by expansion of the front panel or other parts due to the change of temperature the air conditioner is started or stopped Air conditioner does not run. (see page 31) The air conditioner is not cooling • Is the temperature setting correct?(see page 32) (or heating) properly • Is the air intake or outlet of the outdoor unit blocked?(see page 34) • Are all the doors and windows closed • Is the air flow set to “LOW FAN”?Remote control cannot execute • The remote control sometimes cannot execute control if the air conditioner is subject to abnormal interference or frequent switch control of functions. • Is the remote control in range and not blocked by any obstacles?(see page 33) • Check the remote control for damage Water leaks from indoor unit • High air humidity • Condensation overflow • Joint of indoor unit drain pipe is loose Water leaks from outdoor unit • In cooling mode, water may condense on pipe or pipe joint due to cooling. • Defrost water flows out in heating or defrost (auto defrost) mode • In cooling mode, water from heat exchanger may leak 36 Malfunction Indoor unit makes noise Cause • The sound comes from the fan or compressor relay switching over (close/open). • Air conditioner may make noise in defrost mode or when stopped due to inverse flow of refrigerant in the unit. No air blows out of indoor unit • When the temperature of the indoor heat exchanger is low during heating process, the indoor unit will stop air blowing to prevent blowing of cold air (for 3 minutes). • In heating mode, if the outdoor temperature or humidity is high and the outdoor heat exchanger has more frost, the air conditioner will activate the auto defrost function and the indoor unit will stop air blowing for 6-10 minutes. Moisture on outlet grill • If the air conditioner is left running in high humidity, moisture may condense on the grill and accumulate there. [. . . ] Use suitable connecting pipes and equipment for the refrigerant R410a. Tighten the connections using two wrenches working in opposite directions. Bleeding Humid air left inside the refrigerant circuit can cause compressor malfunction. After having connected the indoor and outdoor units, bleed the air and humidity from the refrigerant circuit using a vacuum pump. [. . . ]


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