VOSTOK VOPORAIR10HA (01) PDF MANUAL

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PDF OCR Transcript: OSTOK Vostok 10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner VOPORAIR1OCA / VOPORAIR1OHA IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Table of Contents Safety Precautions.... Product Layout... Fittings List........ Control Panel......... Function Buttons...... Displays........ Remote Control.. Operation.. Timer Setting... Operating Modes...... Installation...... Installation Examples........ Drainage......... Maintenance.......... Error Codes. Troubleshooting.. 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Please read and follow the safety instructions both in this user manual and on the appliance itself. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts and batteries. Not for children. Use with adult supervision only This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above, and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction regarding the use of the appliance in a safe way, and given an understanding of the hazards involved. Children should not be allowed to play with the appliance. Do not install the air conditioner in a location where there is flammable gas or liquids. If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a Kogan.com technician. Do not stick anything, including fingers or sticks, into any of the air outlets or inlets. Do not touch the swinging wind vanes. They may clamp or pinch your fingers, or be damaged due to having their movement blocked. Do not attempt to repair the air-conditioner yourself. In the event of a lightning storm, please unplug the air-conditioner from the power supply to prevent damage from a power surge. Do not operate the air-conditioner in a laundry, bathroom or other humid location. Do not use liquid or corrosive detergents to clean the air-conditioner. Do not splash water or other liquids onto it either, as this can cause fire or electric shock. Do not apply cold air from the air-conditioner directly to your body for extended periods of time. Clean the air-conditioner with a piece of soft, dry cloth. If the filter is very dirty, the cooling capacity of the air-conditioner will be weakened. Please clean the filter regularly. Product Layout ERSTE SISRUISTEN 1PPING ALAMA HHHHH alilolino dinini > 5 1. Guide Strip 2. Control Panel 3. Inlet Grid 4. Exhaust Pipe 5. Corner Wheel 6. Handle 7. Filters 8. Drainage Outlet 9. Power Cord and Plug 10. Power Cord Storage Hooks 11. Exhaust Outlet Fittings List AIDIL Screw Hose Oblate joint Round joint Window sealplate Extendable Hose length: 28cm - 150cm Window Sealplate length: 90cm - 130cm Control Panel TIMER SPEED POWER 5 DRY FAN HIGH WATERFULL SLEEP HEAT MODE Functlon Buttons POWER - Press this button to turn the air-conditioner on or off. MODE - While running or when a timer is set, this button can select between COOL, DEHUMIDIFY, FAN and HEAT modes. Once a mode is selected, the corresponding light will be on. UP and DOWN - If the Time On or Time Off timer is set, pressing UP and DOWN will adjust the on/off time. If the air-conditioner is already running, pressing UP or DOWN will adjust the temperature setting. Pressing UP and DOWN together at the same time will swap between Co and F° modes. SPEED - Pressing this button will select airspeeds between LOW and HIGH. Once an airspeed is selected, the corresponding light will be on. TIMER - Press this button to set a timer. Displays 0 0 88 - This figure will display the set temperature in HEAT and COOL modes, and will display the room temperature in FAN and DEHUMIDIFY modes. o If E2 is displayed, it means the room temperature sensor has encountered an error. If E3 is displayed, it means the evaporator temperature sensor has encountered an error. O If DF is displayed, it means the defrosting function is active. If FL is displayed, it means the water tank is full. SLEEP - If this indicator light is lit, it means the SLEEP state is operating. WATER FULL - If this indicator light is lit, it means the water tank needs to be emptied. 0 Remote Control O © O I * 800:00:02 O POWER: press to turn air-conditioner on/off TIMER: press to set timer TEMPERATURE CONVERSION: Swap from co to F° COOL: Press to select COOL mode HEAT: Press to select HEAT mode DEHUMIDIFY: Press to select DEHUMIDIFY mode FAN: Press to select FAN mode UP/DOWN: Press UP or DOWN to select temperature or adjust timer HIGH: Press to select HIGH fan speed LOW: Press to select LOW fan speed o O of 11 1 SLEEP: Press to set the air-conditioner to SLEEP mode. This will lock the fan speed mode to LOW. The temperature will also be unable to be changed. Press SLEEP again to cancel VOPORAIR1OCA Cooling VOPORAIR1OZHA Cooling & Heating Operation Timer Setting 1 - Setting Timer Off When the air-conditioner is running, press the TIMER button and the timer LED will light up. The number readout will flash "--" five times. While it is flashing, press UP and DOWN to adjust the time for 0.5 hours (30 minutes) to 24 hours. For timer settings under 3 hours, the increments will be in 30 minute blocks. For timer settings over 3 hours, increments will be in 1 hour blocks. When the timer expires, the air-conditioner will turn off automatically. 2 - Setting Timer On When the air-conditioner is in standby, press the TIMER button and the timer LED will light up. The number readout will flash "--" five times. While it is flashing, press UP and DOWN to adjust the time and set the method of operation required. If you set the mode to COOL or HEAT, then you can also select the desired temperature. For timer settings under 3 hours, the increments will be in 30 minute blocks. For timer settings over 3 hours, increments will be in 1 hour blocks. When the timer expires, the air-conditioner will turn on and run in the selected operating mode. 3 - Changing the Set Time In the process of running the timer, if you intend to change the existing timer, you can press the TIMER button. The number display will flash, showing the time remaining. While it is flashing, you can press UP or DOWN to increase or decrease the time. If you press the TIMER a second time while the numbers are flashing, the timer will simply be cancelled. Operating Modes HEAT and COOL modes While the air-conditioner is running or is in TIMER ON mode, press MODE to select the HEAT or COOL mode. The LED lights on the control panel will light up. Press UP/DOWN to seet the appropriate temperature in a range of 18-30°C (64-86°F). For each press of the UP or DOWN button, the temperature will change by 1o. Press SPEED to select the most appropriate fan speed, between LOW and HIGH speeds. After selecting COOL or HEAT mode, press SLEEP on your remote control (or press UP and TIMER on the control panel simultaneously) to enter SLEEP mode. Both the upper and lower fans will be set and locked to LOW speed. Set the timer from 0.5 to 12 hours, based on your requirements, after which the air-conditioner will automatically be turned off. If you wish to cancel the SLEEP mode, simply press the SLEEP button again. . DEHUMIDIFY mode While the air-conditioner is running or is in TIMER ON mode, press MODE to select DEHUMIDIFY mode. The LED light on the control panel will light up. Temperature and speed are not adjustable in dehumidify mode. FAN mode While the air-conditioner is running or is in TIMER ON mode, press MODE to select FAN mode. The LED light on the control panel will light up. Press SPEED to select the appropriate fan speed, between LOW and HIGH speeds. Temperature is not adjustable. When the full water indicator is displayed, the air-conditioner will stop working and you should drain the water. In DEHUMIDIFY and FAN modes, you do not need to use the exhaust pipe. Installation Selecting your location Install the air-conditioner in a flat, dry location, allowing 50cms of space around the air-conditioner in all directions to allow for adequate circulation of air, as shown to right. WNULUI H wa NHH WWW AHAH HMMMH LC Oui HAHA Exhaust Pipe Assembly 1. Connect the exhaust pipe assembly with the round joint, as shown to right. 2. Fix the round end of the connected exhaust pipe assembly to the air outlet of the air conditioner, as shown to right below. IH JUMUINU 3. Connect the elongated joint of the exhaust pipe to the window sealplate. Hibilidad and White IH ULT ... Minu inni Tililo fuftuli VILMINI Wivu 4. Install the sealplate into the nearest window. Ensure there are no objects within 50cm of the window itself to allow the air exhaust to flow freely. MAA ULIO It M Notes • We recommend you use the exhaust pipe collapsed as much as possible, as the shortest length will result in the most efficient operation. The length of the exhaust pipe is designed specifically for this product. Please do not use other exhaust pipes or extend the pipe at all, as this may result in product failure. Window kit installation The window kit has been designed to fit most standard vertical and horizontal window applications. However, it may be necessary for you to improve or modify some aspects of the installation procedure for certain types of window. Please refer to the images below for usage examples. Vertical window Horizontal window ( OLEIRI DHSDB. 22 EI SILI 2:1 SIRE SH Dimensions of window sealplate: Min. size: 90cm Max. size: 130cm Dimensions of window sealplate: Min. size: 90cm Max. size: 130cm Installation Examples Wall Mounted Exhaust 130cm 77 77 7 /7! TIMPTNT TITTI IIIIIIIIII|||||||| II/111111||||||| ALLULIITILI 7 V Bow Alignment < 4 Incorrect Bending Drainage When COOL, DEHUMIDIFY or HEAT is run in humid weather, condensation will be produced. The Water Full alarm will be triggered when the water in the pan reaches a certain level. When the full alarm is triggered, please drain the water quickly. You can do this by moving the air-conditioner to a location where water can be drained directly, such as a drain, shower or outdoors. Unscrew the nut and pull the water plug out to drain the water. Reinstall the plug and nut before use. 30 HAHAHAHAHAll Water plug Nut CAUTION When the water tank is full, please move the air-conditioner carefully, as the water may overflow from inside if the unit gets shaken or knocked. Maintenance This air-conditioner is designed to give you dependable service for many years. This section will explain how to clean and care for the air-conditioner properly. Before performing any maintenance, please turn the air-conditioner off and unplug it. Cleaning the unit of the air-conditioner w Clean the surface of the air-conditioner with a duster or semi-wet soft cloth. Do not use any chemical agents or thinners, as this can cause damage to the cover. as this can cause da Filter 2 Filter 1 Cleaning the Air Filters If the air filter is covered with dust, the cooling capability will be decreased. Please clean the filter every two weeks while the air-conditioner is in use. 1. Pull the filters out as shown to right. 2. Put the filters into warm water with a neutral detergent and clean them, then leave to dry in a shady location. 3. Install the filters back into their original positions. MWANAMWAMU To remove the filters, remove filter 1, then filter 2. To replace the filters, install filter 2, then filter 1. Postseason Storage When the air-conditioner is out of season and not going to be used for an extended period of time, please follow these storage measures. 1. Drain all of the water out of the pan outlet, then adjusting the operation mode to FAN mode. Press the SPEED button for 5 seconds until the fan operates and keep the unit running in this mode for 2-3 hours. This will dry the inside of the unit out and prevent mildew. 2. Turn off the air-conditioner and unplug it. 3. Wind and fasten the power cord up. 4. Remove and store the exhaust pipe. 5. Cover the air-conditioner with a plastic bag to keep dust out and store in a dry place. 6. Remove the batteries from the remote control. Error Codes The air-conditioner is built with sensors that will detect issues before they cause a malfunction. If the following errors appear on the screen, please refer to the table below. Detection Code E2 Meaning External temperature sensor fault Coil pipe sensor fault The air-conditioner water tank is full E3 FL If "DF" is displayed, it means the air-conditioner is in anti-freezing or defrosting mode. This is completely normal and correct behaviour will commence once the function has completed. Troubleshooting If you experience any issues with the air-conditioner, please refer to this table to see if you can troubleshoot and correct the problem yourself. Problem Possible Cause Power is not turned on at the wall. Possible Solution Switch the powerpoint on. Replace the fuse. Wait or delete the original setting. Air conditioner will not operate at all Fuse has burnt out. Start up timer hasn't been triggered. Unit was just recently turned off and the compressor is cooling down. Wait for three minutes before attempting to start again. Unit is not starting when pressing ON/OFF. Room temperature is lower than the setting temperature. Reset the temperature. Temperature setting is incorrect. Set the proper temperature, making sure the temperature set is lower than the ambient temperature. Clean the air filter. Air filter is blocked with dust. Air inlet or outlet is blocked. Air is blowing out, but the cooling isn't very effective Air-conditioner has been turned on inside a very hot room. Remove the obstacle. Allow additional time for the air conditioner to remove all of the heat stored in the room. If the room being cooled down is too large the air-conditioner, then it may not have the power required to do the task. Close the doors and windows. Cooling capacity is insufficient Doors or windows are open. Noise or vibration Ground is not level or flat enough. Move the air-conditioner to a flatter, more level area of flooring. If you have further issues with the air-conditioner or these suggested solutions do not help, please contact the Kogan.com customer support team. Do not dispose of electrical appliances as unsorted municipal waste. Use separate collection facilities. Contact your local government or council for information regarding the collection systems available. If electrical appliances are disposed of in landfills or dumps, hazardous substances can leak into the groundwater and get into the food chain, damaging health and well-being.

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