Bosch PAS 0740 manual

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  • Brand: Bosch
  • Product: Air-conditioning
  • Model/name: PAS 0740
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Table of Contents

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Environmental protection
Recommendations for the disposal of
packaging
❏ Respect the environment when disposing of
the packaging your appliance comes packed
in.
❏ Our products are carefully packed for
transportation. All of the material used in our
packaging is environmentally friendly (the
cardboard is manufactured from used paper)
and may be recycled.
❏ Recycling packaging helps conserve raw
materials and reduces the amount of waste
produced in the world.
❏ Actively help protect the environment by
disposing of packaging properly. Take it to
your nearest local council disposal point or it
may be possible to return it to your supplier.
❏ Packaging material is not a toy. To prevent
the risk of asphyxia, do not let children play
with the cardboard or plastic used for
packaging.
Recommendations for the disposal of
your old appliance
❏ Unplug your appliance from the mains
electricity supply and cut the power cable.
❏ Appliances of this kind include both
recyclable material, which may be used
again, and hazardous products (such as
heavy metals and liquid refrigerants), which
may pollute the soil or the atmosphere.
Actively help protect the environment by
ensuring that your old appliance is disposed
of in accordance with environmentally
friendly practices. Dispose of your appliance
at an official disposal or recycling point (ask
your Local council where the nearest
disposal point is). Appliances of this kind
contain refrigerants which must be disposed
of in accordance with current regulations.
❏ This appliance complies with
European Directive 2002/96/EC
on waste electrical and electronic
equipment. The directive
provides the general framework
valid throughout the European
Union for the disposal and reuse
of waste electric and electronic appliances.
Recommendations for saving energy
Your appliance consumes energy when in use.
The consumption of energy produces an
environmental impact. Energy consumption
can be reduced, enhancing the efficiency of
your appliance. To do this:
❏ Turn your air appliance off when it is not
needed.
❏ Select an ideal temperature; excessively low
temperatures result in high energy
consumption.
❏ Locate your appliance away from possible
heat sources (sunlight, etc.) and in a
position with good air circulation.
❏ Ensure that your appliance is installed
properly. Energy consumption can be cut by
up to 30% by reducing the entry of heat into
the room with awnings, blinds or curtains
over glazed surfaces.
❏ Use the accessories supplied with your
appliance and the specific accessories
described in “Description of accessories” in
order to minimise the entry of air from
outside the room. When using accessories
which require holes to be drilled in walls or
windows, the hole should be as precise as
possible and sealed with silicon, plaster or
similar to prevent air from flowing through
any gaps.
❏ When expelling hot air through sliding
windows, install the accessory which
prevents hot air from outdoors from entering
the room and enhances efficiency.
❏ Make sure that the air intakes and outlets
are not blocked. Keep them clean and free
of dirt, dust and foreign objects.
❏ Make sure that the filters fitted on your
appliance are clean and installed properly
(see “Cleaning and Maintenance”).
❏ In the summer, ventilate the building when
the air outdoors is at its coolest (early
morning, night).
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Important Information
Before connecting your appliance
❏ Read the instructions book before using the
appliance for the first time. It contains
important information concerning not only
how to use the appliance, but also
maintenance and personal safety.
❏ Keep this instructions book. It may be
needed by another user at a later date.
❏ Do not use the appliance when damaged.
❏ Your appliance should be assembled and
connected to the mains electricity supply in
accordance with the assembly instructions
and current regulations. You may lose your
warranty if you fail to observe the
instructions for installation and use.
❏ Our appliances are manufactured in
accordance with current safety regulations.
Only technicians instructed in these matters
are authorised to repair them. Your safety is
at stake.
❏ Make sure that plugs N, Fig. 1 and C, Fig.
2 are properly inserted. They may have
come lose during transportation.
❏ The manufacturer informs that these
appliances are exclusively intended for
household and/or commercial use,
commercial being understood as offices or
rooms, the size and characteristics of which
comply with those specified in the
commercial catalogues.
❏ The use of this appliance is not guaranteed
for industrial environments, industrial being
understood as large areas or in the
proximity of non-ambient heat sources
(elements, heaters, etc.).
Important!
In order to take up less space, hose B, Fig. 2,
is rolled up when supplied. When preparing
the appliance for use, the manufacturer
recommends that you first unwind the loops
of the hose carefully.
There are tubes inside the hose which may
break if crushed or twisted.
On models with disconnectable hoses, it is
recommended that you disconnect the hose
in order to unwind the loops more easily. On
models with fixed hoses, it is necessary to
rotate the outdoor unit.
If there are children in the home
❏ The front flap and the air-conditioning
appliance must not be sat upon, climbed on or
leant against. The appliance may fall over,
hurting persons and/or damaging objects.
❏ Do not allow children to play with the appliance
or insert objects in the air outlets, the grille on
the outdoor unit or any other cavity on the
appliance.
❏ Keep small children away from the air-
conditioning appliance, particularly when the
front flap is open, to prevent them from
hanging from or leaning against it. It may fall
over.
❏ Do not allow children to play with or insert
objects in the air outlets or any other cavity
on the appliance.
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Your new appliance
Description of the appliance
I- Basic filter
Cold air
outlet
Cold air
outlet
Cold air
outlet
M- Front flap
G- Cable
housing
E- Characteristics
plate
F- Valve cover
C- Air conditioning unit
N- Condensed water
drainage pipe plug
L- Side fins
K- Handles
D- Outdoor unit
transportation fixture
H- Outdoor unit
transportation fixture
P- Wheels
J- Double
purification filter
O- Condensed water
drainage pipe
A- Air director
B- Flexible hose clamp
Fig. 1
B- Flexible hose between
the indoor and outdoor units
A- Spacer bars
C- Nozzle with plug for
condensed water drainage in
the “Dehumidification” function.
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Fig. 2
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Your new appliance
Control panel
UP key
+
–
Down key
ON/OFF
Timer key
Side air
output key
Auto key
Digital display screen for
temperature, time, speed,
mode, etc.
Fig. 3
Function menu
• Cooling
• Dehumidification
• Air purification
Desired
temperature
display
Additional function
display:
• Fault warning
• Side grilles
• Change filter
indication
• Water tank full
Manual / auto mode
display
Stop time
menu
Current time
display
Manual speed Auto speed
Timer menu
Start time
menu
Fig. 4
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Your new appliance
Description of accessories
Standard accessories: These accessories are supplied with the appliance.
•Optional accessories: These accessories are available for purchase from the
manufacturer's official technical service and authorised distributors.
*Optional accessories: These accessories are only available for purchase from the
manufacturer's official technical service.
Support plate with wall plugs
and screws to hang the outdoor
unit Wall access accessories
Fig. 5
Base filter Double active filter Sliding balcony accessory
Art. Nr.: PAZ10000 Art. Nr.:448069
PAS0720 /
• *
Approx.
max. (length x 70x10/
width) cm. 205x10
Requirements for use
Installation requirements
❏ This home appliance should be connected to
a 220/240 V, 50 Hz mains electricity supply
via an earthed socket.
❏ It must be protected with a 16 A slow-action
fuse.
❏ Should an extension lead be required, then it
should be at least 1.5 mm2
per terminal thick,
less than 25 m long and earthed.
❏ There is a cavity at the back of the appliance
to house the mains electricity supply cable.
See G, Fig. 1.
❏ Do not cover or allow water to enter the air
intakes/outlets on the indoor unit.
Important!
The mains electricity supply connection
cable must only be replaced by authorised
members of the manufacturer’s Official
Technical Service.
Remember that when the appliance is turned
off, it is necessary to wait for approximately
3 minutes before turning it back on again.
This period of time is required in order to
ensure correct appliance operation.
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Requirements for use
Transportation requirements
❏ The indoor unit is fitted with wheels to make
transportation easier.
❏ To make transporting the entire appliance
easier, hang the outdoor unit onto the
indoor unit as shown in Fig. 6. First, insert
the lower extremities (A) and then the upper
bar (B) of the outdoor unit into the indoor
unit.
❏ If it is necessary to tilt the appliance in order
to transport it, empty any water from the
internal tank by removing the drainage tube
from its housing and removing the plug,
Fig. 7 to drain any water deposited. Do not
forget to replace the plug and reinsert the
pipe in its housing when the tank is empty.
❏ You should not turn the appliance back on
again for a minimum period of one hour.
❏ If you are only transporting the outdoor unit,
first disconnect the appliance, remove plug
C, Fig. 2 from the outdoor unit, tilt it slightly
and empty any water it may contain.
Fig. 6
A
B
Important!
If you notice water on the base of the
outdoor unit, this is a perfectly normal
consequence of appliance operation and is
not a cause for concern.
Fig. 7
Fig. 9
Preparing the appliance before use
Positioning the outdoor unit
The outdoor unit can be set in any of the three
positions shown in figures 8, 9 and 10,
depending on the preference of the user and
space conditions. Remember that it should be
positioned on a surface as near to horizontal
as possible, with a maximum inclination of 30.
Fig. 11. Use the Support Plate accessory to
hang the outdoor unit from its hook.
Sliding balcony
accessories
Fig. 8
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Preparing the appliance before use
Fig. 10
mín. 0,5 m.
mín. 0,5 m.
máx. 3°
Fig. 11
❏ Do not crush or twist the flexible hose
which joins the two appliances.
Fig. 12
Joining the indoor and outdoor units
The two units are joined by a flexible hose.
When you wish to use the appliance, you can
choose to:
❏ Pass the hose through a door or window left
ajar, Fig. 13.
❏ Make a hole measuring 9 cm in diameter in
the wall and fit the Wall access accessories
on the inside and the outside of the wall.
Fig. 14.
Important!
❏ Remember to unwind the hose loops
first! (see Important Information)
❏ Make sure that the appliance is hanging
horizontal, otherwise the lower tray may
shed water. To do this, use the lower
spacer bar, see A, Fig 2.
❏ For safety reasons, do not simply hang
the outdoor unit from the hose which
joins it to the interior.
❏ Do not mount the outdoor unit higher
than permitted or at a level lower than
the indoor unit. Maintain minimum
distances with regard adjacent objects.
See figs 9, 11 and 12.
Fig. 13
Fig. 14
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Preparing the appliance before use
❏ If the accessories are too long, you can cut
one of them in order to adapt the assembly
to the thickness of the wall, Fig. 15.
Fig. 15
❏ This accessory can be fitted to the wall with
screws and wall plugs or silicon, plaster, etc.
Fig. 17
Fig. 16
If do not wish or need to use the air-
conditioning, remove the hose from the hole
and close the covers on the accessory to
close the hole in the wall.
❏ Disconnect the appliance from the mains
electricity supply.
❏ Remove cover F, Fig. 1, from the indoor
unit. The flexible hose join is now visible,
Fig. 18.
Separating the flexible hose from the
indoor unit
The hose must be dismantled from the indoor
unit in order to fit it through the wall (this is
only possible on models with disconnectable
hose). To do this, proceed as follows:
❏ To extract the electrical connection, remove
the screw , Fig. 19 A and the cover which
conceals it. Press the tabs on the side of
the connector carefully and remove it from
its housing, Fig. 19 B.
Fig. 18
❏ Dismantle the condensed water drainage
tube by turning it a 1/4 turn anti-clockwise
and remove it, Fig. 20. Be particularly
careful when removing this tube as some of
the water it contains may splash.
Fig. 19
2
1
Fig. 20
A B
❏ Keep tab A, which secures the position of
the lever, pressed in. Pull it upwards (be
careful with the spring of the lever), making
sure that it remains at its maximum height,
Fig. 21.
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Preparing the appliance before use
In the event of the indoor and outdoor
units being disconnected for a long period
of time, protect the free end of the hose
against dirt and dust by fitting the
protection cap (See Fig 23).
❏ Pull the hose off its housing guides. Fig. 22.
Fig. 23
Before connecting the two parts again, it is
recommended that you clean any dirt
which has built up on the indoor unit
connection with a clean, dry cloth.
Important!
To prevent the risk of refrigerant loss, we
do not recommend that the hose be left
disconnected from the indoor unit for more
than one day. Never operate the indoor unit
without the outdoor unit.
Joining the flexible hose to the
indoor unit
Connect the flexible hose back onto the indoor
unit by following the steps described above in
reverse order.
If the rubber cap is fitted on the free end of the
hose, remove it and position it as shown in
Fig. 24 before fitting the entire assembly onto
the indoor unit.
Important!
The hose has only one assembly position.
Make sure that the lever is secured by
safety tab A, Fig. 21. Only then is the
connection correct.
Make sure that the electrical connection is
covered by the cover and secured with the
relevant screw. Fig. 19.
Make sure that the water tube is fitted
properly to prevent water from dripping
onto the support surface. To do this, follow
the indications shown in Fig. 20 in reverse
order.
Fig. 24
Fig. 21
Fig. 22
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Navigation
The control panel is designed to make it
easier to use your appliance. The following
points need to be taken into consideration.
The "up" and "down" keys are used to move
up and down the screen. The "+" and "–" keys
(right and left) are used to move to the right
and to the left in the selection box. The box
shows the function selected for modification.
The following is an example of navigation:
Up and down keys
The "up" and "down" keys are used to move
up and down the screen.
"Down" key :
Starting from the screen shown in the first
figure (the selection box is situated on the
operation function option). If you press key ,
the selection box moves down to the
"Temperature selection" function.
If you press key again, the selection box
moves down to the “speed selection” function.
"Up" key :
Key works in exactly the same way as key
, the selection box moving up rather than
down.
Cyclical operation:
Both keys work cyclically, i.e. if the selection
box is at the bottom of the screen and key
is pressed again, the selection box moves to
the top of the screen. Likewise, if the selection
box is at the top of the screen and key is
pressed, the selection box moves to the
bottom of the screen.
"+" and "–" keys
The "+" and "–" keys are used to move to the
right and to the left within the selection box. If
the function selected is temperature, these
keys are used to increase and reduce
the desired temperature as shown below:
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Navigation
Instructions for Use
Turning the appliance on and off
After making sure that the appliance is
plugged into the mains electricity supply, start
it up by pressing .
Before using for the first time
Check that the hose, the electrical connection
and the water tube are properly connected to
the indoor unit and that plugs N, Fig. 1 and C,
Fig. 2, are in their housings to prevent water
from leaking onto the support surface.
Function air conditioning
In this function, the appliance reduces ambient
temperature until the desired temperature is
reached. The appliance dehumidifies and
purifies the air in the room at the same time in
order to create a pleasant atmosphere.
To do this:
❏ Check that the hose, the electrical
connection and the water tube are properly
connected to the indoor unit.
❏ Make sure that plugs N, Fig. 1 and C, Fig.
2, are in their housings to prevent water
from leaking onto the support surface.
❏ Turn the appliance on by pressing the
key.
❏ Lift the air director on the top of the
appliance Fig. 25, and, if you wish, open
the side fins, see A and L, Fig. 1 (see “Side
fins”), for enhanced air distribution within
the room. It is recommended that these air
outlets be left fully open or fully closed in
order to prevent unpleasant noise.
Selecting the operation function
The following functions can be selected on
your appliance:
cooling.
dehumidification.
air purification.
Place the selection box on the Operation
Function menu using the and keys (see
“Navigation”: and keys).
Use the and keys to move on the menu
and select the desired function (see
“Navigation”: and keys).
Fig. 25
❏ Select the air conditioning function , (see
"Selecting the operation function").
❏ Select the desired temperature, (see
"Selecting the temperature"). If the
appliance turns itself off automatically
because the desired temperature for the
room has been reached, it will not start
working again until ambient temperature
rises 2-3°C.
❏ Finally, make sure that the flexible hose
which joins the two units is not crushed or
restricted, that the difference in height
between the units does not exceed 1.5 m,
Fig. 11, and that the outdoor unit is not
lower than the indoor unit, Fig. 12.
❏ Select the operation speed, (see "Selecting
the speed").
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Condensed water normally evaporates through
the outdoor unit. If there is too much water, it
may not be possible to expel it all. If this
happens, it accumulates on the base of the
outdoor unit and may drip. Do not worry, this is
normal. Simply place a receptacle beneath
nozzle C Fig. 2, and remove the accumulated
water.
When the water in tank Q, Fig. 1, reaches a
certain level, the appliance beeps for two
seconds and the tank full symbol appears
on the screen to indicate that it needs to be
emptied. The appliance stops working when
this happens. To empty the removable tank,
carefully remove it and empty it down the
nearest drain.
Important!
When you turn the appliance back on again,
do not forget to fit the tank back onto the
appliance properly. Should you fail to do so,
the symbol will not disappear from the screen
and the appliance will not work.
Remember that when the appliance is turned
off and turned back on, it is necessary to wait
for approximately 3 minutes before the
compressor starts up again. This period of time
is required in order to ensure correct appliance
operation.
Function dehumidification
In this operation function, the appliance
reduces the humidity in the atmosphere. The
appliance purifies the air in the room at the
same time in order to create a pleasant
atmosphere.
❏ Check that there is no water in the outdoor
unit by removing plug C, Fig. 2. Put it back
in position after extracting the water.
❏ Transport the outdoor and indoor units to the
room you wish to dehumidify. See
Transportation requirements.
❏ Plug the appliance into the mains electricity
supply.
❏ Lift air director A, Fig. 1, and, if you wish,
open side fins L, Fig. 1 (see “Side fins”)
There are two ways of expelling condensed
water: via removable tank P, Fig. 1 and in
continuous mode.
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Instructions for Use
Dehumidification via the removable tank:
• Check that the tank is fitted properly (the
symbol on the display screen indicates
that it is not) and that plug C, Fig. 2, is in
position to prevent water from leaking onto the
support surface.
• Select the dehumidification function (see
"Selecting the operation function").
• Select the operation speed, (see "Selecting
the speed").
• The water level in the removable tank rises.
When it reaches its maximum level, the
appliance beeps for approximately two
seconds and the symbol appears on the
display screen.
• Extract the tank and pour the water carefully
down the nearest drain.
Dehumidification in continuous mode:
• Place a receptacle at the outlet of tube O,
Fig. 1 to collect the condensed water or
direct it to the nearest drain.
• Remove plug N, Fig. 1. When operating in
this mode, the appliance does not stop or
warn that the receptacle is full by beeping or
via the symbol .
• Select the dehumidification function (see
"Selecting the operation function").
• Select the operation speed, (see "Selecting
the speed").
Important
The amount of water dehumidified may
vary depending on ambient conditions
(See “Technical Information”).
When the appliance is operating in the
dehumidification function, the temperature
does not appear on the screen and cannot
be selected or modified.
Warning!
Do not forget to fit plug N, Fig. 1 when you
change function. Otherwise the appliance
will shed water when operated.
Remember that ambient temperature must
be 18ºC or higher in order for the appliance
to work.
In this operation function, room
temperature rises slightly.
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Instructions for Use
Function air purification
The air inside the room (ventilation) is
circulated through a filtering system when the
appliance is set to this function.
The appliance comes with a basic filter
(already fitted on the appliance) and a double
active filter to be fitted by the user (see “Fitting
the purifying filter”) against:
- Smells and smoke.
- Pollen, bacteria and dust.
❏ Plug the appliance into the mains electricity
supply.
❏ Lift air director A, Fig. 1, and, if you wish,
open side fins L, Fig. 1 (see “Side fins”)
❏ Select the air purification function , (see
"Selecting the operation function").
❏ Select the operation speed, (see "Selecting
the speed").
❏ The use of the purifying filters is especially
indicated in order to achieve greater
efficiency when using the dehumidification
and air purification functions.
Selecting the temperature
This option is only available in the air
conditioning function. Place the selection box
on the temperature selection menu (see
and keys). Use the and keys to set
the desired temperature (see and
keys).
The key increases the desired
temperature and the key reduces the
desired temperature.
The temperature selectable ranges from 18°C
to 30°C and can be set to the nearest 1°C.
Keep the key pressed in to increase or
decrease the desired temperature more
quickly.
Selecting the speed
There are two manual speeds
(maximum and silent ) and
one automatic speed “auto” available on your
appliance.
The automatic speed setting works in
maximum or silent mode depending on room
conditions and the temperature set by the
user.
Manual speeds:
Place the selection box on the speed selection
menu (see and keys). Use the and
keys to move within the menu to set the desired
speed (see and keys).
The manual symbol appears on the screen
followed by the last speed set. Press the
and keys to change the speed from
maximum to silent and vice versa.
Automatic speed:
Press the auto key on the control panel to
activate this speed. The manual symbol
disappears and the auto symbol is displayed
on the screen.
Press the auto key again to deactivate
automatic speed. The auto symbol disappears
and the appliance returns to the manual speed
previously set.
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Instructions for Use
Setting the clock / Programming the
timer
Setting the clock
❏ The current time (24-hour clock) is
displayed in the top left-hand corner of the
screen the first time the appliance is
connected to the mains electricity supply.
00:00 flashes by default.
❏ To set the time, it is necessary to turn the
appliance on by pressing the key. If you
take more than 10 seconds to perform the
next operation while programming / setting
the clock on your appliance, the screen
automatically returns to the main menu and
the factory-set default settings are displayed
or, if this is not the first time that the timer is
set, the last settings used are displayed on
the screen.
Side fins
Your appliance is fitted with side fins which can
be activated to distribute the air more
efficiently.
Press the side fin key to open the fins
and activate their operation. The symbol
is displayed on the screen.
Press the same key again to close the fins.
The symbol disappears from the screen and
the fins close.
10 sec/
❏ Press to position the box on the time.
The time is changed via the and
keys. The time increases or decreases by
one minute each time one of these keys is
pressed. Keep the key pressed in to
increase or decrease the minutes more
quickly.
❏ Press the key. The selection box
appears on the timer menu with the last
option selected ("Off" is displayed by
default).
❏ Press the key or wait 10 seconds
without pressing any key to memorise the
time. The screen returns to the main menu.
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Instructions for Use
Programming the timer
The appliance needs to be turned on with the
clock set in order to programme start / stop
times.
Press the key to navigate through the
timer menu. Press the "+" key to programme
the different options available on your
appliance.
• "Off" : appliance not programmed.
• "Start" : programming the appliance
start time.
• "Start/ Stop" : programming the
appliance start and stop time.
• "Stop" : programming the appliance .
Programming the appliance start time
❏ Press the key to position the cursor on
the timer menu. The last option programmed
appears by default.
❏ The time can be modified in steps of 15
minutes.
❏ Press the key or wait for 10 seconds
without touching any keys to memorise the
start time set.
❏ The set time is displayed on the screen
together with the relevant symbol and
the functions set.
❏ Use the and keys to select the
option (see "+" and "–" keys).
❏ Use the key (see "Up" and "down" keys)
to lower the cursor to the start time menu.
Then use the and keys to modify the
programmed time until the desired time is
reached.
Programming the appliance start / stop
time
❏ Press the key to position the cursor on
the timer menu. The last option programmed
appears by default.
10 sec/
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Instructions for Use
❏ Use the and keys to select the
option (see and keys).
❏ Use the key (see and keys) to
lower the cursor to the start time menu.
Then use the and keys to modify the
programmed time until the desired time is
reached.
❏ Press the key again to position the cursor
on the timer menu. Use the and keys
to select the option. (see and
keys).
❏ Use the key to position the cursor on the
stop time menu. Then use the and
keys to modify the stop time until the desired
time is reached.
❏ The time changes 15 minutes at a time.
❏ Press the key or wait for 10 seconds
without touching any keys to memorise the
start / stop times set.
❏ The set time is displayed on the screen.
Programming the appliance stop time
❏ Press the key to position the cursor on
the timer menu. The last option
programmed appears by default.
10 sec/
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Instructions for Use
❏ Use the and keys to select the
option (see and keys).
❏ Use the key (see and keys) to lower
the cursor to the stop time menu. Then use
the and keys to modify the stop time
until the desired time is reached.
❏ The time changes 15 minutes at a time.
Turning the timer off
❏ Press the key to position the cursor on
the timer menu. The last option
programmed appears by default.
❏ Press the key or wait for 10 seconds
without touching any keys to memorise the
stop time set.
❏ The set time is displayed on the screen.
10 sec/
❏ Use the and keys to select the
option.
❏ Press the key or wait for 10 seconds
without touching any keys to turn the timer
off. No set time is displayed on the screen.
10 sec/
The times and options set on the timer
remain active and the programmed
operation is repeated every day at the set
times until deactivated or cancelled as
described above.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Fig. 28
These models also come with a purifying filter
(double active) to be fitted by the user (See
“Fitting the purifying filter”).
The purifying filter further purifies the air in
the room which passes through the
appliance.
When the purifying filter is fitted, the
appliance’s cooling capacity may drop
slightly. This is particularly the case when
the filter is saturated or worn. It is,
therefore, recommended that you check
and change the filter at least once a year or
when the “change filter” symbol is
displayed. These accessories are available
for purchase from the Manufacturer's Official
Technical Service and authorised distributors
(See “Description of accessories”).
Press the "+" and the "–" key at the same time
to make the symbol disappear from the
screen after changing the filter. The symbol
disappears from the screen and the filter is
operational again.
Fitting the purifying filter (double active):
• Check that the purifying filter is fitted in the
positioner. If it is not, fit as shown on Fig
29. Place the dark part of the filter in contact
with the positioner.
Washable
basic filter
Fig. 27
Fig. 26
All models are fitted with a basic filter which
needs to be cleaned regularly, Fig. 27. The
filter is accessed by pressing the tab at the top
and removing it from its housing, Fig. 28. The
filter is cleaned under a cold tap, dried and
replaced.
Cleaning the appliance
❏ For safety reasons, you should unplug the
appliance from the mains electricity supply
before cleaning.
❏ The appliance can be cleaned with a cloth
or sponge, slightly warm water and a mild
detergent.
❏ Never use hot water (more than 40ºC),
bleach, petrol, acid, scouring pads, brushes
or strong detergents. Prevent water from
entering the appliance.
❏ Do not clean the appliance with a water
hose or compressed air.
Cleaning and changing the purifying
filters
Press the side tabs, (Fig. 26, 1.), on the front
flap of the appliance and pull it open (it is not
necessary to remove it), (Fig. 26, 2.). The flap
is fitted with a stop and can be opened up to
this point without risk of falling.
Warning!!!
Do not try to clean the basic filter in a
dishwasher. The plastic on the basic filter
is not suitable for dishwashers and is
unable to withstand the high temperatures
involved in washing programmes. It will
deform and may even break.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
• Remove the basic filter from the appliance,
Fig. 28.
• Insert the double active filter + positioner in
the basic filter as shown on Fig. 30,
remembering that it must be housed on the
lower studs first.
Fig. 29
• Install the assembly onto the appliance by
lining the lower studs up with the slots on
the front casing of the appliance and
pressing the top clip in until it clicks into
position. The assembly is fitted properly
when it clicks into position.
• Close the front flap.
Important!
Fit only one set of filters onto the support
in order to ensure correct appliance
operation.
Notes:
The front flap can also be removed in order
to clean the appliance or change the filters
more easily. To do this, open the flap up to
the safety stop (the flap opens to a slight
angle, Fig. 30) and pull outwards firmly. In
order to refit it, line the lower studs on the
flap up with the holes on the casing until
the studs meet the tabs on the casing.
2
clack!
clack!
1
Fig. 30
Storage requirements
When the appliance is out of use for a long
period, fit the outdoor unit onto the indoor
unit so that the appliance takes up as little
space as possible. See “Transportation
requirements”.
Wind the hose up and secure it with clamp B,
Fig. 1. Fig. 31.
Prior to use at change of season
❏ Clean the basic filter and, if necessary,
change the purifying filter.
❏ Then clean the upper and side air directors
to eliminate dust and dirt.
❏ Remember to unwind the hose carefully
when preparing the appliance for use (see
Important Information).
Fig. 31
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Things to check before calling the Technical Service
General requirements for operation
What to do if ...
... the appliance does not work ...
❏ Check that it is plugged in properly.
❏ Check that there is power in the mains
supply. Check that no fuses have been
tripped.
❏ Set the thermostat to its minimum
temperature position.
... the appliance does not work and the
symbol indicating that the condensed
water tank is full is displayed on the
screen ...
❏ Position the indoor unit on a flat surface. If
the symbol does not disappear, empty the
water tank. (See instructions in “Air
conditioning”).
❏ Check the condition of the flexible hose. It
should not be crushed or restricted.
❏ The difference in height between the indoor
and outdoor units should be no greater than
1.5m.
... the appliance works for a period of time,
but then turns itself off before the room
reaches the set temperature ...
❏ Make sure that the air intakes and outlets
are not obstructed.
❏ Should the outdoor temperature rise above
43°C, the appliance may turn itself off for a
short period of time, after which it then turns
itself back on again. Should either the
indoor or the outdoor temperature fall below
20ºC, the appliance may turn itself off
temporarily in order to prevent frost or ice
from forming on the evaporator.
❏ Make sure that the connection between the
outdoor and indoor units is properly fitted.
.. the appliance does not reduce room
temperature sufficiently ...
❏ Make sure that windows or doors are
opened as little as possible (to minimise the
entry of outdoor air). This is particularly
important when a window or door must be
left ajar to accommodate the flexible hose.
❏ Check the condition of the flexible hose. It
should not be crushed or restricted.
❏ Lower blinds to reduce direct sunlight.
... the appliance is connected, but the
compressor does not work...
❏ The temperature inside the room must be
higher than 180
C for the dehumidification or
air conditioning functions to work.
❏ The room has reached the set temperature.
❏ If you turn the appliance off after it has
been working for a period of time and then
try to turn it back on again immediately, it
takes a certain amount of time before the
compressor starts up again. This period of
time is required in order to ensure correct
appliance operation.
... water drips from the outdoor unit ...
❏ Check that the outdoor unit is level.
❏ Check that the outdoor unit is not lower
than the indoor unit.
❏ Check that the plug is fitted correctly.
... there is water on the upper and side air
directors or in the basic filter housing ...
❏ There is no cause for concern. This is
normal.
... the fault symbol is displayed on the
screen ...
❏ Get in touch with an authorised dealer,
customer service or the manufacturer’s
Technical Service Network.
Noise
... the appliance makes a lot of noise ...
❏ Some noise is normal and other types of
noise can be solved easily. You need to be
able to distinguish between these types of
noise:
Perfectly normal noise
❏ The sound of water flowing in cycles,
gurgling, is due to the pump, which
circulates the water to enhance the power
of the appliance.
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Things to check before calling the Technical Service
❏ A dull, humming sound is inevitable due to
the compressor.
❏ A faint, whistling sound is due to refrigerant
passing through the thinner pipes on the
appliance when the compressor starts up.
❏ A short clicking sound is produced when the
pump connects and disconnects or when
the regulator connects or disconnects the
electronics system.
Easy-to-solve noises
❏ Make sure that the air intakes and outlets
on the appliance are free of obstruction.
❏ Make sure that the appliance is not in direct
contact with furniture or other appliances.
The air output may be flowing directly onto
these and increasing the noise level.
❏ An irritating noise is produced when the
side air directors are left ajar. Open or close
them fully.
Any other type of fault or repair work should
be dealt with by a specialised Technician. Get
in touch with your authorised dealer, customer
service or the Manufacturer’s Technical
Service Network.
Technical service / Warranty
Technical service
Should your appliance fail to work properly and
all the instructions for use and installation
(especially the section headed
"Requirements....") have been carefully
observed, then remember that our Technical
Service Network is at your full disposal.
When contacting the Technical Service, quote
the model code (E-NR) and the appliance’s
factory number (FD). This information can be
found on characteristics plate, E, Fig. 1.
Warranty
The conditions of warranty depend on the
relevant Supplier in a particular country. Contact
the establishment where you purchased your
appliance for more information and quote the
appliance model and factory number. The receipt
of purchase for the appliance must be produced
prior to any work carried out under warranty.

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