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Why do I hear snapping noise?

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  • LED Lighting, Residential Air Conditioners
  • Last Updated 24/06/2015

Why do I hear snapping noise?

 

Symptom Symptom

   

             Snapping noises are heard from the unit.

 

Cause Cause

 

                 1. Clogged air filter can cause snapping noise from the indoor unit.

             2. Noise may be heard when obstacles are stuck on the vanes(louvers) of the indoor unit.

             3. Dust may escape from the dust collector to cause the noises. Please clean the filter in the air conditioner. 

 

 

Clogged air filter can cause snapping noise from the indoor unit.

 

Checkpoint  Checkpoint

 

             Check if an air filter is blocked.

 

how to fix How to clean the air filter


             1. 
Lift up the front cover to find the filter.

             2. Remove the filter. Wash with water and dry in shade. Place it back in before use.

                 ※ Clean the filter once every two weeks to maintain the product performance.

                  Clean the air filter

            3. Remove the air filter.

            4. Clean with the vacuum cleaner or a soft brush (Wash with water for heavy soils).

            5. Dry completely in shade. Place it back and close the front panel.

                 Clean the air filter

 

 

Noise may be heard when obstacles are stuck on the vanes(Louvers) of the indoor unit.

 

How to fix How to fix

    

             Please check for foreign objects around the vanes, and remove if any.

             If not, please contact the service center for technical assistance.

 

 

 

 

 

Dust may escape from the dust collector to cause the noises.

     
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How to fix How to clean the air filter

 

             1. Hold the front panel with both hands and pull out.

             2. Press the hook to hold the front panel.

 

                 Clean the air filter

 

            3. Remove the air filter.

            4. Clean with the vacuum cleaner or a soft brush (Wash with water for heavy soils).

            5. Dry completely in shade. Place it back and close the front panel.

 

                Clean the air filter

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