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Remote Control

Operation Air Conditioners Last Updated 04/21/2017

The remote will operate almost exactly as the control panel of a portable AC unit. Auto clean may not activate with the remote control on some models.

Select the numbers to check the function of each button:

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Move over or select the number for details of the remote functions.

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LED DISPLAY - shows the set temperature, fan speed or selected TIMER delay, active mode, auto clean, water full and WI-FI.

POWER - turns the air conditioner ON and OFF. When turning on, a rising tone will sound, and when turning off, a descending tone will sound.

MODE - switches the air conditioner between cool, fan, dry, and energy saver. The active mode will be shown in the LCD Display.

AUTO SWING - sets the motorized air discharge to oscillate, improving air circulation in the room. This function can only be activated and displayed from the remote control.

Auto Clean – this function is used to remove moisture from the heat exchangers and help prevent odor from forming. This function can be activated from the remote only.

TEMP/TIMER - use these buttons to adjust the set temperature up or down or to adjust the timer delay time.

FAN SPEED – adjusts the circulation fan speed between LOW(F1), MED(F2) and HIGH(F3).

TIMER - allows you to set a delay from 1-24 hours.

TEMP(°C / °F) – use this button to toggle the display readout between Celsius and Fahrenheit.

The remote will operate almost exactly as the control panel of a portable AC unit.

Select the numbers to check the function of each button:

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Move over or select the number for details of the remote functions.

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POWER - toggle the unit ON and OFF.

Fan Speed – allows you to cycle between High and Low settings.

Mode – each press will cycle through a different mode of operation (Cool, Fan, Heat, or Dry) depending on model.

Temp Keys – allows you to raise or lower the desired room temperature setting.

Timer – each press of the timer key will cycle through the hour delay you can set (1-12). An additional key press after 12 will cancel the timer.

Author - Sanmi Ajanaku

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