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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS • Use this appliance only as described in this instruction manual. As with all electrical equipment, whilst the instructions aim to cover as many eventualities as possible, caution and common sense should be applied when operating and installing this appliance. • This appliance is designed for home air conditioning and must not be used for other pur- poses. • It is dangerous to modify or alter the characteristics of the appliance in any way. • The appliance must be installed in conformity with national legislation regulating electrical equipment and installations. • If the appliance requires repair, contact a Service Centre authorised by the manufacturer only. Repairs carried out by unauthorised personnel may be dangerous. • This appliance must be used exclusively by adults. • Never allow the appliance to be used by people (including children) with psychological, physical or sensory impairments or with insufficient experience and knowledge, unless clo- sely supervised and instructed by someone responsible for their safety. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. • The appliance must be connected to an efficient earth system. Have your electrical circuit checked by a qualified electrician. • Do not use extension cables. • Before cleaning or maintenance, always unplug the appliance from the mains socket. • Never unplug the appliance by pulling on the power cable. • Do not install the appliance in rooms containing gas, oil or sulphur. Do not install near sour- ces of heat. . • Keep the appliance at least 50 cm away from flammable substances (alcohol etc) or pres- surised containers (eg aerosol cans). • Do not rest heavy or hot objects on top of the appliance. • Clean the air filter at least once a week. • Avoid using heating appliances near the air conditioner. • Always transport the appliance upright or resting on one side. Before moving the appliance, empty the internal circuit completely of water. After moving the appliance, wait at least 1 hour before starting it • When putting the appliance away, do not cover with plastic bags. • The materials used for packaging can be recycled. You are therefore recommended to dispose of them in special differentiated waste collec- tion containers. • At the end of its working life, consign the appliance to a specialist collection centre. • If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or an authorised technical service centre in order to avoid all risk. • Remember to descale the appliance at the end of every season and always after 500 hours of operation (see page 38). In areas with particularly hard water, you are recommended to add special water softener obtainable from authorised service centres to the water. SPECIFIC WARNINGS FOR APPLIANCES WITH R410A* REFRIGERANT GAS R410A refrigerant gas conforms to EC regulations on the environment. Avoid perforating the refrigerant circuit of the appliance. ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION: This unit contains fluorinated greenhouse gases covered by the Kyoto Protocol. Maintenance and disposal must be carried out by qualified personnel only (R410A, GWP=1975). * Verify the type of refrigerant gas used in your appliance on the rating plate. 22
SPECIFIC WARNINGS FOR APPLIANCES WITH R290* REFRIGERANT GAS • Read the warnings carefully. • When defrosting or cleaning, use only the implements recommended by the manufactu- rer. • The appliance must be placed in a room without continuously operating sources of ignition (for example: open flames, an operating gas appliance or an operating electric heater). • Do not pierce or burn. • Refrigerant gas may be odourless. • The appliance must be installed, used and stored in a room with a surface area greater than 15 m2 . • This appliance contains about 300 g of R290 refrigerant gas. • R290 refrigerant gas complies with European environmental directives. Do not perforate any of the components in the refrigerant circuit. • If the appliance is installed, used or stored in an unventilated room, the room must be such as to prevent stagnation of possible leaks of refrigerant gas as there could be a danger of fire or explosion hazard should the refrigerant come into contact with electric heaters, sto- ves or other sources of ignition. • The appliance must be stored in such a way as to prevent mechanical faults. • Persons working on a refrigerant circuit must have the relative authorisation issued by an accredited body certifying their competence to handle refrigerants in compliance with a standard assessment recognised by sector associations. • All repairs must be carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. Maintenance and repairs requiring the assistance of other qualified personnel must be car- ried out under the supervision of specialists in the use of inflammable refrigerants. * Verify the type of refrigerant gas used in your appliance on the rating plate. 23 IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH EC DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC. At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed of as urban waste. It must be taken to a special local authority differentiated waste collection centre or to a dealer providing this service. Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids possible negative conse- quences for the environment and health deriving from inappropriate disposal and enables the constituent materials to be recovered to obtain significant savings in energy and resources.As a reminder of the need to dispose of household appliances separa- tely, the product is marked with a crossed-out wheeled dustbin. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS Before plugging the appliance into the mains socket, check that: • the mains power supply corresponds to the value indicated on the rating plate on the back of the appliance; • the power socket and electrical circuit are adequate for the appliance. • the mains socket matches the plug. If this is not the case, have the plug replaced; • the mains socket is adequately earthed. Failure to follow these important safety instructions absolves the manufacturer of all liability.
24 WHAT IS THE WATER-AIR PINGUINO During the summer, you feel comfortable at a temperature of between 24 and 27° C with a relative humidity of about 50%. An air conditioner removes excess moisture and heat from the room where it is located. Compared with installed models, portable air conditioners have the advantage that they can be moved from one room to another in the home or be transported from one building to another. Hot air from the room is passed through a coil cooled by refrigerant gas. Excess heat and moisture are removed before the air is re- emitted into the room. In single unit models, a small part of this air is used to cool the refrigerant gas and then, when hot and damp, is discharged outside. In exclusive De'longhi water-air models, the heat is removed from the room through the cooling effect of the water which is obviously much greater than air. This gives this air conditioner unbeatable cooling efficiency. MODELS WITH R290 REFRIGERANT GAS The Pinguino ECO is a latest generation environmentally-friendly air conditioner. The Pinguino ECO does not, in fact, contain gases (CFC/HCFC) dangerous to the ozone layer or with a marked greenhouse effect (HFC). As well as reducing energy consumption, the high efficiency of the appliance also minimises impact on the greenhouse effect.
DESCRIPTION A Air outlet grille B Control panel with advanced LCD display C Handle D Grille E Castors F Air intake grille with dust filter G Air exhaust hose compartment H Water drainage hose door I Power cable compartment door J Water fill door K Air exhaust hose L Remote control M Filling jug N Window outlet O Silver ion filter (certain models only) P 3M filter (certain models only) Q Sucker R Castor locks S Flange with cap T Adjustable bar 25 A A A A B B F F C C D D E E J J I I G G H H K K L L M M N N O O P P Q Q R R S S T T
PREPARING FOR USE The instructions below will enable you to prepare your air condi- tioner for operation as efficiently as possible. Before use, make sure the air intake and outlet grilles are unob- structed. AIR-CONDITIONING WITHOUT INSTALLATION Just a few simple steps and your comfort is ensured with your appliance: • Fit the air exhaust hose in the housing at the back of the appliance (fig. 1). • Fit the window outlet to the end of the hose. • Place the air conditioner near a window or French window. • Adjust the length of the hose to reach the window. • Make sure the air exhaust hose is unobstructed. • Open the window or French window slightly and position the outlet (fig. 2). • If you have a double window, use the sucker provided to hold the two parts of the window together (fig. 3). You can also use the "adjustable bar" accessory. - Fit the window outlet in the housing in the bar (fig. 4) - Position the bar on the window sill and adjust until it fits in the guides of the blind (the length can be blocked with the plastic pin provided), then lower the blind (fig. 5). - Fit the air hose to the end of the window outlet. • Place the air conditioner near a window or French window and connect the end of the hose as shown in figure 6. Keep the air hose as short and free of curves as possible to avoid bottlenecks. 1 2 1 2 1 2 26 3 4 5 1 2 1 2 6
AIR-CONDITIONING WITH INSTALLATION If required, your appliance can also be installed semi-perma- nently (Fig. 7). Proceed as follows: • Drill a 106 mm dia. hole respecting the heights shown in fig. 8 and following the indications in figs. 9, 10 and 11. 27 30 cm 30 cm 7 10 MAX100 cm MIN 35 cm 8 106 9 11 in the window pane in the wooden kickboard of a French window in the wall: you are recommended to insulate the section of wall using suitable insulation. • Fit the flange accessory provided in the hole • Fit the hose in the housing at the back of the appliance (fig. 1). • Fit the end of the hose to the flange as shown in fig. 8. When the hose is not fitted, the hole can be closed with the flange cap. Keep the air hose as short and free of curves as possible to avoid bottlenecks. When installing the air conditioner semi-permanently, you should leave a door slightly open (as little as 1 cm) to gua- rantee correct ventilation. ✔
PREPARING FOR OPERATION IN WATER MODE Once the appliance has been installed following the instructions above, it is ready for use. However, its efficiency can be enhan- ced by operating it in the exclusive De'longhi water mode. The water in the tank increases the cooling power of your Pinguino and at the same time reduces noise levels and electrical con- sumption. Compared to air, water reduces the temperature of the cooling circuit much more efficiently, before being given off from the air exhaust hose in the form of vapour. Remember that: • You must always use salt-free clean mains water. • The length of time the water in the tank lasts depends greatly on environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity, insulation, the exposure of the room, the number of people present, etc. Indicatively it lasts about six hours. By using the WATERSAVE function (see page 34), the length of time can be extended to 10 hours, with a slightly lower cooling power and efficiency. • When the water in the tank runs out, the light comes on and operation of the appliance switches automatically to air- air. At the same time, the quantity of air given out from the rear hose increases. FILLING THE TANK You can fill the tank in one of two ways: 1) By using the jug provided or another recipient: Instead of the jug provided, you can use any recipient (plastic or glass bottle, watering can etc), providing the neck of the reci- pient enters the filling hole to avoid spilling water on the applian- ce. • Without using force, open the rear door completely, then remove the rubber cap (fig. 12). • Pour the water into the tank (fig. 13). When the tank is full, the water level window (fig. 14) becomes completely red. Indicatively, you will need to refill the jug three times to fill the tank completely. • After filling, put the rubber cap back in place, then close the door. 2) Using the extendible hose: • Without using force, open the rear door completely, then remove the rubber cap (fig. 12). Pull out the extendible hose (fig. 15) and place near a tap. • Fill the tank to the required level. • When the tank is full, the water level window (fig. 14) beco- mes completely red (about 14 l). • After filling, put the rubber cap back in place, then close the door. 28 12 13 14 15 Level window The tank does not have to be full to use the water function, but the length of time the appliance will operate in water mode will be shorter. When the level window has become completely red, do not add further water or it could overflow. The tank has no overflow prevention system. ✔ ✔
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL WITH ADVANCED LCD DISPLAY 1 Signal receiver 2 Air conditioning symbol 3 Dehumidifying symbol 4 Fan symbol 5 Heating symbol (certain models only) 6 Temperature indicator 7 Timer symbol 8 Alarm symbol 9 WATERSAVE symbol 10 Ioniser symbol (certain models only) 11 Speed indicator 12 SMART symbol 13 "No water" symbol 14 BOOST symbol 15 SLEEP symbol 16 AUTOFAN indicator 17 MODE button (selects the modes) 18 FAN button 19 Increase (+) and decrease (-) tem- perature button 20 ON/Standby button 29 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 18 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 OPERATING FROM THE CONTROL PANEL The control panel enables you to manage all the main functions of the appliance, but to fully exploit its potential, you must use the remote control unit. TURNING THE APPLIANCE ON • Plug into the mains socket. Two lines appear on the display indicating that the appliance is in standby (fig. 16). • Press the button until the appliance comes on. The last function active when it was turned off will appear. 16 Never turn the air conditioner off by unplugging from the mains. Always press the button, then wait for a few minutes before unplugging. This allows the appliance to per- form a cycle of checks to verify operation. ✔
AIR CONDITIONING MODE (FIG. 17) Ideal for hot muggy weather when you need to cool and dehu- midify the room. Always make sure the water fill door is completely closed before setting this mode. To set this mode correctly: • Press the MODE button a number of times until the air-condi- tioning symbol appears. • Select the target temperature by pressing the or but- ton until the corresponding value is displayed. • Select the required fan speed by pressing the FAN button. Four speeds are available: Maximum speed: to achieve the target tempe- rature as rapidly as possible Medium speed: reduces noise levels but still maintains a good level of comfort Low speed: for silent operation AUTOFAN: the appliance automatically selects the most suitable fan speed in relation to the temperature set on the digital display. The most suitable temperature for the room during the summer varies from 24 to 27°C. You are recommended, however, not to set a temperature much below the outdoor temperature. DEHUMIDIFYING MODE (FIG. 18) Ideal to reduce room humidity (spring and autumn, damp rooms, rainy periods, etc). In dehumidifying mode, the appliance should be prepared in the same way as for air conditioning, with the air exhaust hose atta- ched to enable the moisture to be discharged outside. To set this mode correctly: • Press the MODE button a number of times until the dehumidif- ying symbol appears. In this mode, fan speed is selected automatically by the applian- ce and cannot be set manually. 30 17 18
FAN MODE (FIG. 19) When using the appliance in this mode, the air hose does not need to be attached. To set this mode correctly: • Press the MODE button a number of times until the fan symbol appears. • Select the required fan speed by pressing the FAN button. Three speeds are available: Maximum speed: for maximum fan power Medium speed: reduces noise levels but still maintains a good level of comfort Low speed: for silent operation In this mode, AUTO speed cannot be selected. HEATING MODE (FIG. 20) CERTAIN MODELS ONLY This is ideal in spring and autumn when outdoor temperatures are not particularly severe. When using the appliance in this mode, the air hose does not need to be attached. To set this mode correctly: • Press the MODE button a number of times until the heating symbol appears. • Select the target temperature by pressing the or but- ton until the corresponding value is displayed. In this mode, fan speed is selected automatically by the applian- ce and cannot be set manually. SMART MODE (FIG. 21) The appliance chooses automatically whether to operate in air conditioning, fan or heating (certain models only) mode. Fan speed is also set automatically according to the conditions. To set this mode: • Press the MODE button a number of times until the SMART symbol appears. 19 20 21 31
32 DESCRIPTION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL 2 Air conditioning symbol 3 Dehumidifying symbol 4 Fan symbol 5 Heating symbol (certain models only) 9 WATERSAVE symbol 10 Ioniser symbol (certain models only) 11 Fan speed indicator 12 SMART symbol 14 BOOST symbol 15 SLEEP symbol 16 AUTOFAN indicator 17 MODE button (selects the modes) 18 FAN button 19 Increase (+) and decrease (-) tem- perature button 20 ON/Standby button 21 Signal transmission 22 Selected temperature scale indica- tor 23 Clock 24 Timer ON symbol 25 Timer OFF symbol 26 Reset button (resets the appliance to the original settings) 27 Timer ON button 28 SET button 29 Timer OFF button 30 SLEEP button 31 °C or °F selection button 32 Swing button (function not available in these models) 33 WATERSAVE button 34 Ioniser button (certain models only) 35 BOOST button USING THE REMOTE CONTROL Point the remote control at the receiver on the appliance. The remote control must be no more than 7 metres away from the appliance (without obstacles between the remote control and the receiver). The remote control must be handled with extreme care. Do not drop it or expose it to direct sunlight or sources of heat. 5 5 3 3 21 21 15 15 16 16 17 17 26 26 27 27 34 34 4 4 12 12 22 22 9 9 11 11 25 25 19 19 29 29 31 31 35 35 23 23 14 14 2 2 33 33 10 10 24 24 18 18 20 20 28 28 30 30 32 32 ✔ ✔ MAX 7 metres
33 USING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT The first part of the controls on the remote control are the same as those on the control panel of the appliance (fig. 23). You should therefore refer to the instructions in the chapter Operating from the control panel to turn the appliance on and select the opera- ting mode (AIR CONDITIONING, DEHU- MIDIFYING, FAN, HEATING or SMART) and the fan speed. The following section describes the additional functions corre- sponding to the controls on the bottom part of the remote con- trol. BOOST FUNCTION (FIG. 24) Ideal for the summer to cool rooms rapidly. Activate by simply pressing the button. The appliance operates in air conditioning mode at maximum fan speed. While this function is selected, it is not possible to set the temperature or change fan speed. SELECTING THE TEMPERATURE SCALE (FIG. 25) Press the button to switch the temperature display from °C to °F and vice versa. SETTING THE TIME After having inserted the batteries, the clock on the display flashes until the time is set. Proceed as follows. • Press the or button until the correct time is reached. Hold the button down to run rapidly through first the minutes, then the tens of minutes and then the hours. • Once the correct time has been reached, release the button and press the SET button to confirm. • To cancel the settings programmed on the remote control and restore the original settings, press the RESET button lightly with the point of a pencil or pen. INSERTING OR REPLACING THE BATTERIES • Remove the cover on the rear of the remote control (fig. 22); • Insert two R03 “AAA” 1.5V batteries, making sure they are in the correct position (see the instructions inside the battery compartment); • Replace the cover. If the remote control unit is replaced or discarded, the bat- teries must be removed and disposed of in accordance with current legislation as they are harmful to the environ- ment. 22 ✔ 33 23 25 24
SLEEP FUNCTION (FIG. 26) This function is ideal for the night as it gradually reduces opera- tion of the appliance. To set this function correctly: • Select the operating mode (air conditioning, dehumidifying, smart or heating (certain models only) as described above. • Press the button. The appliance operates in the previously selected mode with low fan speed. The SLEEP function maintains the room at optimum temperature without excessive fluctuations in either temperature or humidity and with silent operation. Fan speed is always at minimum, while room temperature and humidity vary gradually to ensure the most comfortable condi- tions. During air conditioning, the temperature increases by 1°C after 60 minutes and a further 1°C after 2 hours. In dehumidifying mode, the dehumidifying power of the appliance is partially reduced every hour for the first two hours. In heating mode, the temperature drops by 1°C every hour, three times. IONISER FUNCTION (CERTAIN MODELS ONLY) (FIG. 27) The ioniser is an electronic component which releases negative ions into the air. Rooms with a clean pleasant atmosphere have been shown to have an abundance of negative ions, while rooms with stale air contain abundant positive ions. The ioniser restores the correct balance between the two types of ion, reducing dust in the air and generating a pleasant sensa- tion of well-being. This button activates the ioniser present in cer- tain models. This function can be activated in all operating modes. WATERSAVE FUNCTION (FIG. 28) This function is designed to increase the operating time of the appliance when operating in water mode and can be activated in air conditioning and SMART mode. When the button is pressed, the appliance is slightly less efficient, but consumption of water in the tank is considerably reduced. With a full tank, the appliance normally operates for six hours. With this function activated, the operating time increases to 10 hours, avoiding the need to top up frequently. If the water runs out when this function is active, the quantity of air given out from the rear hose increases and the light comes on. To restore operation in water mode, fill the tank. SWING FUNCTION Not available in these models. 34 26 27 28
35 PROGRAMMIN THE TIMER The appliance can be programmed to start up and shut down when required. Programming start up • Press the ON button. The start-up time and message "ON TIMER" flash on the remo- te control display (fig. 29). • Press the or buttons to set the time you want the applian- ce to start up. • When that time is reached, press the SET button to confirm (fig. 30). The message "ON TIMER" appears on the remote con- trol display and the symbol is displayed on the appliance to indicate that the timer is active. Programming shutdown • Press the OFF button. The shutdown time and message "OFF TIMER" flash on the remote control display (fig. 31). • Press the or buttons to set the time you want the applian- ce to shut down. • When that time is reached, press the SET button to confirm (fig. 32). The message "OFF TIMER" appears on the remote control display and the symbol is displayed on the applian- ce to indicate that the timer is active. 29 30 31 32 SELF-DIAGNOSIS The appliance has a self diagnosis system to identify a number of malfunctions. Error messages are displayed on the appliance display. IF…IS DISPLAYED, WHAT SHOULD I DO? LOW TEMPERATURE (frost prevention) PROBE FAILURE (sensor damaged) The appliance is fitted with a frost protection device to avoid excessive formation of ice. The appliance starts up again automatically when the defrosting process is completed. If this is displayed, contact your local authorised servi- ce centre. IF…IS DISPLAYED, WHAT SHOULD I DO? HIGH LEVEL (safety tank full) CLEAN Empty the internal safety tank, following the instruc- tions in the "End of season operations" paragraph. If this reoccurs, contact your local authorised servi- ce centre. This message appears after about 500 hours of opera- tion in water mode and indi- cates that the appliance requires descaling as descri- bed in the "descaling" para- graph. After descaling or if the alarm reappears too soon after the last descaling (carried out before the message is dis- played), reset the alarm by holding the button down for 10 seconds.
36 TIPS FOR CORRECT USE To get the best from your air conditioner, follow these recom- mendations: • close the windows and doors in the room to be air conditio- ned (fig. 33). When installing the air conditioner semi-perma- nently, you should leave a door slightly open (as little as 1 cm) to guarantee correct ventilation. • protect the room from direct exposure to the sun by partially closing curtains and/or blinds to make the appliance much more economical to run (fig. 34); • never rest objects of any kind on the air conditioner; • do not obstruct the air intake and outlet (fig. 35). Leave both grilles free; • make sure there are no heat sources in the room. • never use the appliance in very damp rooms (laundries for example). • never use the appliance outdoors. • make sure the air conditioner is standing on a level surface. If necessary, place the castor locks under the front wheels. 33 34 35 36 close doors and windows close curtains do not cover the appliance AIR PURIFYING FILTERS The appliance is fitted with a dust filter which retains impurities in the air drawn in from the room. Certain models also include other filters with a high filtering capa- city, namely a silver ion filter and a 3M® electrostatic filter. SILVER ION FILTER The silver ion filter not just retains dust particles, but also has an efficient antibacterial action. It also greatly reduces concentra- tions of irritants such as pollen and spores. The filter is treated with small particles of silver (on the scale of mil- lionths of a millimetre) which are able to block the multiplication of and kill any nearby bacteria or spores. 3M® ELECTROSTATIC FILTER The 3M® electrostatic filter retains the finest dust particles, thus enhancing the filtering capacity of the appliance. FITTING THE FILTERS TO THE GRILLE The appliance can be used with just the dust filter already inser- ted in the grille. To use the two supplementary filters (if provided with your model), remove them from the packaging and attach them to the dust filter, inserting them under the special clips (fig. 36). If you decide not to use them, keep them sealed in the packa- ging. 3M® filter Silver ion filter
CLEANING Before cleaning or maintenance, turn the appliance off by pres- sing the button on the control panel or remote control, wait for a few seconds then unplug from the mains socket. CLEANING THE CABINET You should clean the appliance with a slightly damp cloth then dry with a dry cloth. Never wash the air conditioner with water. It could be dan- gerous. Never use petrol, alcohol or solvents to clean the appliance. Never spray insecticide liquids or similar. CLEANING THE AIR FILTERS To keep your air conditioner working efficiently, you should clean the dust filters every week of operation. Dust filter supplied with all models The filter is housed in the intake grille. To clean the filters, proceed as follows: • Remove the intake grille by pulling it outwards (fig. 37). • Remove the dust filter by detaching it from the grille (Fig. 38). • Use a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust collected on the filter. If it is very dirty, immerse in warm water and rinse a num- ber of times. The water should never be hotter than 40°C. • After washing, leave the filter to dry completely. • To replace, put the filters back in the intake grille then attach the intake grille to the appliance. Silver ion filter and 3M® electrostatic filter (certain models only) These two filters are located behind the dust filter. To clean the dust filter, the two supplementary filters must be tem- porarily removed. To clean, use a vacuum cleaner at medium power. The silver ion filter can be washed with cold water. Leave to dry completely and replace. It should be replaced at least once every two seasons. The 3M® filter is not washable and must replaced at the end of the season or when it is exhausted and no longer efficient. The silver ion filter and 3M® filter can be bought from shops selling De'longhi accessories or authorised service centres. 37 37 38 ✔ ✔ ✔
38 RECOMMENDED END OF SEASON OPERATIONS • Descale as described in the following paragraph. • Empty the water from the tank and internal circuit by extrac- ting and opening the two hoses inside the rear door (fig. 39). • Operate the appliance with the water tank empty in fan only mode for about half an hour. This dries any water remaining inside the appliance. • Turn the appliance off and unplug from the mains. • Remove the air exhaust hose. • Clean the dust filters and (in certain models) the air purifying filters. • Place the power cable in the special rear cable compart- ment (fig. 40). • Cover the appliance to avoid dust. DESCALING When using the appliance in water mode, lime scale will inevi- tably form and must be removed to maintain efficiency. After about 500 hours of operation, the appliance therefore warns that descaling is required by displaying the message C CL L (CLEAN). Descale the appliance. • Turn off the appliance and unplug from the mains. Empty all water from the inside of the appliance through the drain hoses (fig. 39). • Close and replace the drain hoses. Pour 0.5 l of descaler (one bottle) and 1.5 l of clean water into the tank. • Plug in and operate the appliance in air conditioning mode with the BOOST function selected until the "no water" symbol appears on the display. • Turn off the appliance and unplug from the mains. Empty all water from the inside of the appliance through the drain hoses. • Close and replace the drain hoses. Pour 2 l of clean water into the tank and rinse the internal circuits of dirt and descaler. • Plug in and operate the appliance until the "no water" symbol appears on the display. • Turn off the appliance and unplug from the mains. Empty all rinsing water from the inside of the appliance through the drain hoses. • If the water drained off is very dirty or contains large quanti- ties of foam, repeat the rinsing operation. • Close the drain hoses and replace. • After descaling, reset the alarm by pressing the button for 10 seconds. 39 40 The descaler can be bought from your local De'longhi service centre. Always use original descaler. Use of other pro- ducts could damage internal components and invalidate the guarantee. ✔
39 TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION The air conditioner does not come on • there is no current • it is not plugged into the mains • the internal safety device has tripped • wait • plug into the mains • call the Service Centre The air conditioner works for a short time only • there are bends or kinks in the air exhaust hose • something is preventing the air from being discharged • position the air hose correctly, keeping it as short and free of curves as possible to avoid bottlenecks. • check and remove any obstacles obstructing air dis- charge The air conditioner works, but does not cool the room • windows, doors and/or cur- tains open • there are heat sources in the room (oven, hairdryer, etc) • the air exhaust hose is deta- ched from the appliance • dust filter and (when present) silver ion filter and 3M® filter clogged • the technical specification of the appliance is not adequa- te for the room in which it is located. • close doors, windows and curtains, bearing in mind the "tips for correct use" given above • eliminate the heat sources • fit the air exhaust hose in the housing at the back of the appliance (fig. 1). • clean the filters as described above During operation, there is an unplea- sant smell in the room • dust filter and (when present) silver ion filter and 3M® filter clogged • clean the filters as described above The air conditioner does not operate for about three minutes after restarting it • the internal compressor safety device prevents the applian- ce from being restarted until three minutes have elapsed since it was last turned off. • wait. This delay is part of nor- mal operation. The symbol and one of the following messages appears on the appliance dis- play: L LT T / P PF F / H HL L / C CL L • The appliance has a self dia- gnosis system to identify a number of malfunctions. •see the SELF-DIAGNOSIS chap- ter.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Power supply voltage see rating plate Max. power input during air conditioning “ Absorbed power heating (certain models only) “ Refrigerant “ Cooling capacity “ LIMIT CONDITIONS Room temperature for air conditioning MAX 25°C21÷35°C Room temperature for heating MAX 25°C (certain models only) APPLIANCE DIMENSIONS: • width 570 mm • height 910 mm • depth 465 mm • weight 51 kg GUARANTEE AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE The conditions of the guarantee and technical assistance are given on the certificate supplied with your appliance. 40 570mm 910mm 465mm
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