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2 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION CONTENTS 1. Control panel 2. Supply air deflector 3. Transportation handle (both sides) 4. Return air grille 5. Transportation wheels 6. Timer (if installed) 7. Retractile flexible pipe 8. Terminal pipe fitting 9. Air filter (right side) 10. Electric cable with plug 11. Tube for condensate discharge (Main tank) 12. Tube for condensate discharge (Secondary tank) 13. Space for cable winding EG CONTROL PANEL A. ON/OFF Push-button switch B. Cooling / Dehumidification push-button C. High / Low fan speed push-button D. Electronic thermostat Knob E. Cooling lamp F. High fan speed lamp G. Low fan speed lamp H. Light up lamp for dehumidification. Blinking lamp for full water tank. I. Control panel cover PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION................................................................................. 2 CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................................. 2 BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE ....................................................................... 3 OPERATION Cooling ............................................................................................ 3 Dehumidification (dry)...................................................................... 4 SETTING AIR FLOW DIRECTION ......................................................................... 4 HOW TO DISCHARGE THE WATER TANKS ....................................................... 4 PORTHOLE KIT ..................................................................................................... 5 ACCESSORIES (SUPPLIED ON REQUEST)......................................................... 5 Air clean filter ....................................................................................5 CARE AND CLEANING .......................................................................................... 6 USEFUL ADVICE.................................................................................................... 6 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY This product is marked as it satisfies Directives: – Low voltage no. 73/23 EEC and 93/68 EEC. – Electromagnetic compatibility no. 89/336 EEC, 92/31 EEC and 93/68 EEC. This declaration will become void in case of of misusage and/or non observance though partial of manufacturer's installation and/or operating instructions. 2 3 5 4 7 8 9 10 Operating limits: Room Temperature: Cooling: MIN: 15°C D.B. / 12°C W.B. MAX: 35°C D.B. / 24°C W.B. Dehumidification: MIN: 10°C D.B / 80% R.H. MAX: 35°C D.B. / 80% R.H. H E F G B I A C D 12 11 1 6 13
● WARNING! Do not stick anything into the air outlet of the air conditioner. This is very dangerous because the fan is rotating at high speed. ● WARNING! The air conditioner is provided with a time-guard system, which does not allow re-starting of compressor until after 3 min- utes from a previous stop. So avoid quick movements of the thermostat knob in both directions when compressor is run- ning. ● Make sure that there are no obstacles around the unit affecting the free circulation of air. Do not block the air intake and outlet of the unit with curtains or other. Never put objects on the top of the unit. ● The air conditioner reaches the maximum efficiency at the following conditions: 1-The flexible tube is retracted, without bends and without the outlet nozzle. 2-When you switch on the air conditioner for the first time, set the fan at the LOW speed for at least one hour, then set the HIGH speed. ● The manufacturer assumes no responsibilities if the safety regulations or local codes are not observed. 1.Always unplug the unit from the power socket before moving or cleaning it. 3 BEFORE USING THE APPLIANCE OPERATION EG COOLING ● Place the air conditioner as near as possible to the window. Fit the flexible tube by hooking it to the rear of the unit. Extend the flexible tube just enough to reach the outdoor, passing under the window shutters set ajar. ● In case there is a window sill towards the inside of the room, it might be better to use the supplied outlet nozzle. Insert the nozzle into the free end of the flexible tube. ● Open the window and lock one of the shutters. Place the outlet nozzle between the two shutters, held together with the supplied lace. ● Avoid sharp bends or plies of the flexible tube. ● In case of porthole utilise make a 138 mm diameter hole in the window pane. ● Twist the knob (D) of the thermostat to the right until you reach the position of maximum cooling. ● Switch on the air conditioner pressing the ON/OFF push-button (A) ,lamps of last oper- ations are displayed. ● Select the cooling operation pressing the push-button (B) , lamp (E) lights. ● Press the push-button (C) to select the high fan speed, lamp (F) lights. ● When room temperature has reached the most suitable value for your comfort, press again the push-button (C) to select the low fan speed, the lamp (G) lights. The air conditioner disposes of the condensate water automatically at the HIGH fan speed, on the contrary at the LOW fan speed the condensate water is collected in the tank. ● Check that the power supply at the location where the air conditioner is going to be used is 220-240V ~ 50Hz . ● Make sure that the electrical installation is suitable to supply continuously current necessary for the air conditioner in addition to that already used by other electric appliances (white goods, lighting). See the max electric input indicated on the name plate positioned on the air conditioner. ● The installation of a double-pole switch, protected by 10 A fuses of the delayed type, upstream the electricity wall socket, is recommended. ● The unit has to be connected according to the local electrical rules. ● Make sure that circuit breakers, fuses, etc, are of sufficient capacity to handle a start-up current of 20 A (generally less then 1 second). ● Do not install the air conditioner where it could be wetted by drops of water (i.e. in laundries). ● Make sure that the ON - OFF push-button switch on the control panel of the air conditioner is in OFF position. ● Before connecting the air conditioner to a power socket, make sure that the socket is provided with an earth connection in compliance with local codes. ● Never use the power plug as a mean to start or stop the air conditioner: always use the ON/OFF push-button switch on the air conditioner control panel. ● Do not move the air conditioner during operation, turn it off and disconnect the plug from the power supply. Verify and eventually discharge the condensate water, through the discharge tube located on the rear of the unit. WARNING NO! NOTE ● Now slowly twist the thermostat knob back towards the left until the compressor stops. At this point the air conditioner is set for automatic operation under the control of the electronic thermostat to maintain the room tempera- ture at the pre-set value. ● To stop the air conditioner press again the ON/OFF push-button. (A).
4 When the air conditioner is in the dehumidification mode, it doesn’t cool the room. When you use the air conditioner in the dehumidification mode, you don’t have to use the flexible tube. For maximum dehumidification effi- ciency leave the rear discharge outlet free to discharge directly into the room. ● Remove the flexible tube by grasping it at the attachment point on the air conditioner and twisting it until you release it from the block- ing hooks. Press the ON /OFF push button (A) to start the air condition- er. ● Select dehumidification mode pressing the push button (B) , lamp (H) lights up . The humidity of the room (condensate water) will be collected in the internal tank of the air conditioner. ● To stop the air conditioner press again the ON/OFF push-button. (A). WARNING ! The air conditioner may be used as dehumidifier only if the room tem- perature is above 10 °C. When the room temperature is below 10 °C, the compressor stops and the dehumidification doesn’t occur, while the fan goes on working. The air conditioner removes humidity of the air, collecting the conden- sate into the internal tank. The condensate water can be evacuated through the external discharge tube located on the rear of the unit. ● When the internal tank is full, the air conditioner will automatically stop and the water tank alarm begins flashing. The tank capacity allows approx. 6 hours operation. ● Verify the presence of water inside the air conditioner, looking at the rear external discharge tube. ● Press the ON /OFF push button to switch off the unit, then unplug the cable. ● Position a container under the discharge tube. ● Grasp the tube removing it from its seat on the rear of the air condi- tioner ● Close with the inch the open end of the tube and, tilting it towards the container, let the condensate water flow. ● At the end of the operations reinsert the discharge tube into its place. Every time you move the unit to another room or when you store it, discharge also the condensate water of the secondary tank, through the tube located inside the space for cable winding. At the end of the operation close the tube with its stopper. ● Always switch off the air conditioner before unplugging it from the power socket. ● Always unplug the air conditioner before discharging the conden- sate water collected inside. WARNING ATTENTION: the control causes a compressor starting delay of about three minutes each time buttons A, B and thermostat D are activated or when the plug of supply electric cable is took out and in. EG DEHUMIDIFICATION (DRY) To set the air flow direction, seize with both hands one of the deflector blades and pull towards you SETTING AIR FLOW DIRECTION Vertical Flow Horizontal Flow HOW TO DISCHARGE THE WATER TANKS B H C D A IMPORTANT SECONDARY TANK
5 EG PORTHOLE KIT ACCESSORIES (SUPPLIED ON REQUEST) Secure the “air clean filter” on to the standard filter by the spring attached before in step 2. 3 Hook the handle to the standard filter and reinsert the filter assembly in the unit with its “FRONT” mark towards you. Replacement of air clean filter ● The air clean filter is disposable. ● Do not throw away the filter frame and spring. ● The used filter cannot be reused even after cleaning up. ● Buy the air clean filter for replacement at your nearest dealer. ● Check the state of dirtiness at least once every two weeks and replace the filter when it changes to be so dirty as the colour of the label “colour gauge for filter replacement”. 4 “Air clean filter” standard filter side: white (dust collecting filter) Spring side: black (deodorizing filter) standard filter spring 1. This carton box contains an air clean filter, a spring and a label “Color gauge for filter replacement”. 2. Open the bag just before installing the air clean filter. lf not, the deodorization effect durability of the filter may be decreased. AIR CLEAN FILTER ● Read these instructions before starting replacement work. ● This “Air Clean Filter” collects dust as well as deodorizes. NOTE Filter installation procedure: Take out the filter assembly. Separate the standard filter from the handle. Stick the label “Color gauge for filter replacement” in an easy-to- see position (inside of control panel cover). 1 Attach the spring onto the standard filter: Hook the spring onto the air filter from its rear side and engage it into the groove on the “FRONT” mark side (use of a standard screwdriver is recommended for easy setting). 2 standard filter Filter assembly spring ASSEMBLING ● Make a hole in the window pane. ● Insert the porthole without the plug. ● Remove the terminal pipe fitting of the warm air outlet from the retractile flexible pipe. ● Bring the air conditioner near the window and insert the air outlet in the port- hole. SINGLE GLASS DOUBLE GLASS If you want to utilise the air conditioner in several rooms, it is possible to buy varies portholes for air discharge separately. HOLE NOTE HOLE HOLE NOTE NOTE Eliminate one or two membranes, cut- ting them with the scissors according to the thickness of the glass.
6 EG CARE AND CLEANING WARNING! For safety’s sake, be sure to turn the air conditioner OFF and also disconnect it from the power supply before cleaning it. 1. Cleaning of the Air Filter. The air filter must be checked at least once every two weeks opera- tion. Operation with a dirty filter always causes a lower efficiency of the air conditioner and severe product damage.The filter is located at the back of the intake grille and shall be removed from the right side of the unit. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove light dust. If there is sticky dust on the filter, wash it with lukewarm soapy water, then rinse in clean, cold water and dry it before reinstallation. 2. Cleaning of Casing and Grille. To clean the air conditioner, wipe it with a clean soft cloth, lightly moisted. In case it is stained, moisten the cloth with soapy water. Never use solvents or harsh chemicals, nor very hot water. Do not pour water over the air conditioner to clean it: this will damage the internal components and cause an electric shock hazard. 3. Storage. If you are not going to make use of the air conditioner for a long period, before storing it away clean the air filter and verify that both the internal water tanks are empty. Always store the unit in the ver- tical position. Do not put heavy objects on top of the unit and pro- tect it with a cloth or a plastic bag. 4. Transport. Preferably keep the air conditioner in the vertical position during transportation. If this is not possible, then lay it on one side; when at destination put the air conditioner back in the vertical position and wait at least 10 minutes before using it for cooling. 5. For your safety care check periodically the conditions of the electric supply cable; the electrical connection of the unit is X type with cable prepared in a special way; in case you should notice any damage due to usage, call the nearest After Sale Service to get the cable replaced. If your air conditioner doesn’t work properly, before requesting service, verify that: ● the plug is properly inserted into the power socket; ● the circuit breaker is in the ON position and fuses have not blown; ● the air filter is not clogged; ● the flexible tube is correctly positioned without any sharp bends nor plies; ● the thermostat knob is in the proper position for the suitable temperature (twisting it clockwise verify the compressor re- start, after the delayed time); ● the room temperature is above 15°C for cooling mode and 10°C for dehumidification mode; ● you have correctly carried-out the instructions contained in this manual. USEFUL ADVICE FILTER CLEANING NO! NO! ATTENTION The blinking lamp , together with the stop of the air conditioner indicate that the condensate water tank is full.
EG I F D E P BLK BLACK NERO NOIR SCHWARZ NEGRO PRETO BLU BLUE BLU BLEU BLAU AZUL AZUL BRN BROWN MARRONE MARRON BRAUN MARRÓN CASTANHO GRN / YEL GREEN / YELLOW VERDE / GIALLO VERT / JAUNE GRÜN / GELB VERDE / AMARILLO VERDE / AMARELO GRY GREY GRIGIO GRIS GRAU GRIS CINZENTO ORG ORANGE ARANCIONE ORANGE ORANGE NARANJA COR-DE-LARANJA PNK PINK ROSA ROSE ROSA ROSA COR-DE-ROSA RED RED ROSSO ROUGE ROT ROJO ENCARNADO VLT VIOLET VIOLA VIOLET VIOLETT VIOLETA VIOLETA WHT WHITE BIANCO BLANC WEISS BLANCO BRANCO YEL YELLOW GIALLO JAUNE GELB AMARILLO AMARELO AZU LIGHT BLUE AZZURRO AZUR HIMMEL BLAU AZUL CLARO AZUL CLARO S.A.C. - printed in Italy Via Varese, 90 - 21013 Gallarate - Va - Italy Tel. +39 0331 755111 - Fax +39 0331 776240 www.argoclima.it SYMBOL EG I F D E P PC CONDENSATE PUMP MOTOR MOTORE POMPA CONDENSA MOTEUR POMPE CONDENSATION KONDENSWASSERPUMPE-MOTOR MOTOR BOMBA DE AGUA MOTOR BOMBA DE AGUA CM COMPRESSOR MOTOR MOTORE COMPRESSORE MOTEUR DE COMPRESSEUR KOMPRESSORMOTOR MOTOR DEL COMPRESOR COMPRESSOR C1, 2, 3,4 CAPACITOR CONDENSATORE CONDENSATEUR KONDENSATOR CONDENSADOR CONDENSADOR DEF THERMO DEFROST THERMOSTAT TERMOSTATO SBRINATORE THERMOSTAT DE DEGIVRAGE ENTFROSTER-THERMOSTAT TERMOSTATO DE DESCONGELACION TERMOSTATO DE DESCONGELAÇAO FLP FLAP MOTOR MOTORE DEFLETTORE MOTEUR DE VOLET KLAPPENMOTOR MOTOR DEL DEFLECTOR MOTOR DA PLACA LM LOUVER MOTOR MOTORE DEFLETTORE MOTEUR D’AUVENT LUFTKLAPPENMOTOR MOTOR CON ABERTURAS MOTOR COM ABERTURAS LATERAIS FMO OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR MOTORE ESTERNO VENTOLA MOTEUR DE VENTILATEUR EXTERIEUR AUSSENLÜFTERMOTOR MOTOR EXTERIOR DE LA TURBINA MOTOR DA VENTOINHA EXTERIOR FMI, FM INDOOR FAN MOTOR MOTORE INTERNO VENTOLA MOTEUR DE VENTILATEUR INTERIEUR INNENLÜFTERMOTOR MOTOR INTERIOR DE LA TURBINA MOTOR DA VENTOINHA INTERIOR IND. ASSY INDICATOR ASSY GRUPPO INDICATORI ENSEMBLE INDICATEUR EANZEIGE-BAUGRUPPE GRUPO DE INDICADORES GRUPO DE INDICADORES MG MAGNETIC CONTACTOR CONTATTORE MAGNETICO CONTACTEUR MAGNETIQUE MAGNETKONTGEBER CONTACTOR MAGNÉTICO CONTADOR MAGNÉTICO NF NOISE FILTER FILTRO RUMORE FILTRE ANTI PARASSITE LÄRMSCHUTZFILTER FILTRO DEL RUIDO FILTRO DE RUÍDO OLR OVERLOAD RELAY RELÉ SOVRACCARICO RELAIS DE SURCHARGE ÜBERLASTRELAIS RELÉ DE SOBRECARGA RELÉ DE SOBRECARGA CE CONTROLLER SCHEDA ELETTRICA CARTE ELECTRONIQUE STEUERGERÄT CONTROLADOR PAINEL ELÉTRICO PR POWER RELAY RELÉ ALIMENTAZIONE RELAIS D’ALIMENTATION LEISTUNGSRELAIS RELÉ DE ALIMENTACION RELÉ DA ALIMENTAÇAO RP PUMP RELAY RELÉ POMPA RELAIS POMPE PUMPE RELAIS RELÉ BOMBA DE AGUA RELÉ BOMBA SSR SOLID STATE RELAY RELÉ STATO SOLIDO RELAIS A SEMI-CONDUCTEUR FESTKÖRPERRELAIS RELÉ DEL ESTADO SOLIDO RELÉ DO ESTADO SÓLIDO RA STARTING RELAY RELÉ DI AVVIAMENTO RELAIS DE DEMARRAGE STARTRELAIS RELÉ DE ARRANQUE RELÉ DE ARRANQUE SV SOLENOID VALVE VALVOLA SOLENOIDE ELECTROVANNE MAGNETVENTIL VALVULA SOLENOIDE VALVULA SOLENOIDE MS SAFETY FLOAT SWITCH INT. SICUREZZA A GALL. INTERR. DE SECURITE A FLOTTEUR SCHWEMM-SCHUTZSCHALTER INTERR. DE SEGURIDAD DE FLOTADOR INTERR. DE SEGURANÇA ON-OFF SW ON-OFF SWITCH INTERRUTTORE MARCIA/ARRESTO TOUCHE MARCHE/ARRÊT EIN/QUS TQSTE BOTON ARRANQUE/PARADA INTERRUPTOR LIGAR/DESLIGAR TH1, 2, THERMISTOR TERMISTORE THERMISTANCE THERMISTOR TERMISTOR TERMISTOR P TIMER PROGRAMMATORE PROGRAMMATEUR ZEITSCHALT-UHR PROGRAMADOR TIMER TR1, 2 POWER TRANSFORMER TRASFORMATORE DI POTENZA TRANSFORMATEUR DE PUISSANCE NETZTRANSFORMATOR TRANSFORMADOR DE POTENCIA TRANSFORMADOR DE CORRENTE 20S 4-WAY VALVE VALVOLA 4 VIE VANNE 4 VOIES 4-WEG-VENTIL VALVULA DE 4 VIAS VALVULA DE 4 VIAS 47C NEGATIVE PHASE RELAY RELÉ A FASE NEGATIVA RELAIS D’ORDRE DE PHASE NEGATIVPHASENRELAIS RELÉ DE FASE NEGATIVA RELÉ DA FASE NEGATIVA E lectric wiring diagrams’ symbols / Simboli schemi elettici / Symboles des schemas électriques / Symbole der System-Schaltplanen Símbolos de los esquemas eléctricos / Símbolos dos esquemas elétricos Wires color legend Legenda colori fili elettrici Légende des couleurs des fils électriques Beschriftung der Leitungs-Farben Leyenda de los colores de los cable electricos Legenda das côres dos fios elétricos
ELECTRONIC BUILT-IN-TIMER 24 HOURS OR Technical data – Programmed memory of up to 5 years without power supply due to Lithium battery – Display 24 hours – Daily and weekly programming possibility – 8 switching ON programs, 8 switching OFF programs Operating modes of timer: I: the air conditioner is permanently ON (use directly the ON/OFF push button of the air conditioner to switch it OFF) AUTO: the timer will switch on and off the air conditioner according to the selected program 0: the air conditioner is permanently OFF (it can’t be switched ON neither with the ON/OFF push button of the air conditioner) OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE TIMER 1. Reset of the timer: Be sure that the switch is in the RUN position and press down the reset button R with the tip of a pencil (the display will begin blinking). 2. Setting the current time and day: Slide the switch into position, press down the button 1…7 until you set the day of the current week (indicated by an arrow ▲ on the display), press down the button h to set the current hour, press down the button m to set the minutes. Slide again the switch into RUN position. 3. Selection of the days or the blocks of days to be set: It is possible to set each single day and the following blocks of days, pressing the button 1…7: 1-2-3-4-5 (from Monday to Friday) 6-7 (Saturday and Sunday) 1-2-3-4-5-6 (from Monday to Saturday) 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 (from Monday to Sunday) 4. Programming the switching times: ● Slide the switch into P position (the time indication on the display begins blinking, the bulb symbol and the number 1 of the first switching time are vi- sualised). ● Press down the button 1…7 until you set the day of the week or the block of days to be stored (an arrow ▲ corresponding to the selected day or many arrows if you set a block of days will appear on the display). ● Press down the button h and then the button m to set the switching ON hour. ● Press the button P to set the switching OFF hour (the time indication on the display begins blinking again, the symbol of the bulb disappears and the number 2 appears). ● Confirm the day with the button 1…7 and set the switching OFF hour with the buttons h and m. ● Repeat these operations sequentially up to 8 switching ON and 8 switching OFF programs maximum, divided among the days you want to set. ● At the end of programming slide the switches into RUN and AUTO position. NOTE: During the non set days the air conditioner will be OFF. 5. SKIP mode: The SKIP mode (program override) can be set only during the automatic mode of the timer (AUTO) + (RUN); by pressing the skip button ➞ x the timer will be switched into the opposite functional mode (from ON to OFF and vice versa); this mode remains activated up to the following set program. When the skip mode is activated the skip symbol ➞ x appears on the display. Pressing the SKIP button again will cancel the skip mode. 6. Visualisation, correction or deletion of the stored programs: You can visualise the stored programs, during operation, sliding the switch into P position and pressing many times the P button. In this way, you can modify the switching ON and OFF hours with the buttons h and m and delete one or more programs, pressing contemporary the but- tons P and ➞ x . MANUAL ON PROGRAM MODE MANUAL OFF TIME SETTING OPERATING MODE PROGRAM SETTING SWITCH DAYS OF THE WEEK ON/OFF INDICATION SKIP MODE INDICATION SKIP MODE ON/OFF MINUTES SETTING HOURS SETTING RESET BUTTON DAYS OF THE WEEK SETTING 1: MONDAY, 7: SUNDAY PROGRAMS STORING 8 ON PROGRAMS, 8 OFF PROGRAMS 2 EG
ELECTRONIC BUILT-IN-TIMER 24 HOURS Technical data – Programmed memory without power supply: 150 hours – Display 24 hours – Daily and weekly programming possibility – 6 switching ON programs, 6 switching OFF programs OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE TIMER 1. Reset of the timer: Press down the RST (reset) button with the tip of a pencil. 2. Setting the current day and time: Keep pressed down the TIME button while you are setting the current time or correcting it; press down the DAY button to set the current day (shown by the english abbreviation on the display), press down the HR button to set the current hour, press down the MIN button to set the current minutes. 3. Selection of the days or the groups of days to be set: Press down PRG (programming) button once: you will see “PROG 1 ON” on the display which indicates the switch-on time command to be entered. Press the DAY button and the display will show you in sequence (each time you press it) the following groups of days or single days: MO-TU-WE-TH-FR-SA-SU (group of days from Monday to Sunday) MO-TU-WE-TH-FR-SA-SU (each day of the week, one by one) MO-TU-WE-TH-FR (group of days from Monday to Friday) SA-SU (Saturday and Sunday) MO-TU-WE-TH-FR-SA (group of days from Monday to Saturday) MO-WE-FR (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) TU-TH-SA (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) 4. Programming the switching times: After having pressed down the PRG button and then the DAY button until you set the day or the group of days to be stored (see section 3) ● Press down the HR button and then the MIN button to set the switching ON hour. ● Press the PRG button again to set the switching OFF hour (you will see “PROG 1 OFF” on the display which indicates the switch-off time command to be entered). ● Confirm the day or group of days with the DAY button and set the switching OFF hour with the HR and MIN buttons. ● Repeat these operations in sequence up to 6 switching ON and 6 switching OFF programs maximum, divided among the days you want to set. ● At the end of programming press the TIME button to switch to the current time, otherwise these switching times will not be executed. (However, the dis- play will be switched to current time mode automatically if no button is pressed within about 2 minutes). NOTE: During the non set days the air conditioner will be OFF. 5. Visualise, correct, disable and enable the stored programs: You can visualise the stored programs, during operation, pressing many times the PRG button. In this way, you can modify the switching ON and OFF hours with the HR and MIN buttons and disable or enable one or more programs, pressing the RCL button (see RECALL function, section 6). 6. RECALL function: The RECALL function allows you to disable a switching time of a program, without losing preset memory: ● Press the PRG button until the preset memory you want to disable is present ● Press RCL button, using the tip of a pencil (the set time disappears and the display shows “--:--” for the hours and minute, indicating that the specified memory location will not be executed). ● Press the TIME button to switch to the current time ● You can enable again the switching time, following the same procedure and pressing again the RCL button. 7. SUMMER/WINTER TIME change-over: ● To change from winter time to summer time, keep TIME button pressed while pressing one of the button (the display will indicate the “+1h” sign and the current time will be advanced one hour). ● To change from summer time to winter time simply perform the step before (the “+1hr” sign will disappear from the display and the current time will re- tard one hour). 8. RANDOM function: The programmed memories you have preset will be executed in a random delay from 2 to 32 minutes, in case of current interruption, using this function. ● Keep the TIME button pressed while pressing PRG button (the display will indicate RND sign). ● Press again the TIME and PRG button to cancel the random mode (the RND sign will disappear from the display). 9. Manual operation: If you press one of the buttons, you can set the timer manually; the display will show in the sequence: AUTO OFF-ON-AUTO ON-OFF AUTO: the air conditioner is controlled by the timer (it is possible to change from AUTO ON to AUTO OFF or vice versa, if you want to switch on or off the air conditioner without losing the control of the timer that will go on executing the other set programs). ON: the air conditioner is permanently ON (use directly the ON/OFF push button of the air conditioner to switch it OFF) OFF: the air conditioner is permanently OFF (it can’t be switched ON neither with the ON/OFF push button of the air conditioner) 3 DAYS OF THE WEEK OPERATING MODE INDICATION AUTO OFF - ON - AUTO ON - OFF RANDOM FUNCTION INDICATION MINUTES SETTING HOURS SETTING RESET BUTTON DAY OF THE WEEK SETTING (OR GROUP OF DAYS) PROGRAMS STORING 6 ON PROGRAMS, 6 OFF PROGRAMS RECALL FUNCTION: TO DISABLE AND ENABLE THE PROGRAMMS PROGRAM INDICATION CURRENT DATE AND TIME SETTING SUMMER AND WINTER TIME INDICATION EG
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