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All in one air conditioner installation instructions

 

all in one air conditioning unit for conservatories etc. Low or hgh wall application.                    

Technical Information

Power source 1 ph 240V
Type.  Fixed Speed
COOLING (nominal) max. kW 3.2
HEATING (nominal) max. kW 3.5
UK Cooling (max) kW n/a
UK Sensible Cooling kW n/a
E.E.R. n/a
Energy label in heating  C
Energy label in cooling  C
C.o.P  2.62
Dimensions mm- 
550 x 930 x 260
Net Weight - 44 kg
Refrigerant - R410a
ECA - No

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING & OPERATING

PLEASE NOTE.

Do not dispose of any packaging until the installation of the equipment is completed. (See list of accessories).

1.2 BS PLUG WIRING

Wiring Instructions: Should it be necessary to change the plug please note the wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following UK code 240v AC:

BLUE - NEUTRAL

BROWN - LIVE

GREEN AND YELLOW - EARTH

13A (BS 1363) 13A

Wiring for a 13 Amp Plug (BS1363)

 After having removed the packing, check that all the content is intact and complete. In the event of missing parts, contact your retailer. This unit has been designed to cool or heat the air of a room and should only be used for this purpose. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for damage caused to property or injury to persons or animals due to incorrect installation, regulation and maintenance or improper use. This air-conditioner contains R410-A refrigerant: at the end of its life, the disposal of this equipment must be in accordance with the strict regulation governing the recycling of this product, please operate with caution during the disposal.  Please contact your local authority for regulatory advice. Do not switch on before having totally assembled the unit and before installing in its correct operating position. Before starting the appliance, check that it is correctly earthed, according to the legislation in force in the country concerned. As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: 

1. The wire is the and must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter or coloured .

2. The wire is the and must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter or coloured

3. The is the and must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter or or coloured .

4. Always ensure that the cord grip is positioned and fastened correctly. If a fused plug is used it must be fitted with a fuse. If in doubt consult a qualified electrician. 

1.3 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

1.4 RECEIVING THE GOODS

When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed:

1. Do not place objects on the product or allow objects to obstruct the inlet or outlet openings.

2. Extreme care should be taken when any product is used by, or near children and pets, and

whenever the product is left operating and unattended.

3. Please note: If you are drilling the hole above ground floor level, please ensure that an area has been secured and while the holes are drilled the outside area is supervised, until drilling has been completed.

4. Before operating the product remove the unit from its packaging and check it is in good condition.

5. Do not let children play with the packaging, for example plastic bags.

6. Do not operate any product with a damaged cord or plug, or after the unit malfunctions, has been dropped, or damaged in any manner. Return the unit to an authorised service facility for examination and repair to avoid a hazard.

7. Do not attempt to repair or adjust any electrical or mechanical functions on this unit as this may void warranty, contact your service engineer.

8. Always operate the product from a power source of the same voltage, frequency and rating as

indicated on the product identification plate.

9. This unit is not intended for use in wet or damp locations.

10. Do not place the unit near an open flame, cooking or heating appliance, or hot surface.

11. Do not let the power cord hang over the edge of a table or counter. Arrange the power cord away from an area where it may be tripped over.

12. Never place the power cord under a carpet or rug. Do not operate the unit in areas where petrol ,paint, or other flammable liquids are used or stored.

13. Do not carry out any cleaning or maintenance or access internal parts until the air-conditioner has been disconnected from the mains electricity supply.

14. Do not alter the safety or regulating devices without the permission and instructions of the air conditioner manufacturer.

15. Do not pull, remove or twist the electric cable connected to the air-conditioner, even if disconnected from the mains electricity supply.

16. Avoid prolonged direct contact with the flow of the air from the unit and the room being closed with no ventilation for a long period of time.

17. If the fresh air intake duct is not installed, periodically open the windows to guarantee a correct change of air.

18. Repair or maintenance work must be carried out by a service engineer or by qualified technicians in compliance with the instructions given in this booklet. Do not alter the appliance, since hazardous situations could be created while the manufacturer of the appliance will not be liable for any damage or injury caused. This instruction booklet is an integral part of the appliance and should therefore be carefully preserved and always accompany the appliance in the event of transfer to another owner or user or another installation engineer. Should the booklet be damaged or lost, please request an additional. The air conditioner is delivered in a protective packaging and is accompanied by an instruction manual. This manual is an integral part of the air conditioner and should therefore be carefully read and preserved. When the unit is unpacked, please check that the equipment and the accessory pack are complete and undamaged.  

1.5 HANDLING

To avoid any possible damages during transportation the unit is provided with compressor holders  that must be removed before installing the air conditioner (see 2.7).

1.6 PART LIST

1. FASTENING BRACKET

2. REMOTE CONTROL

3. REMOTE CONTROL HOLDER

4. DRAINAGE PIPE

5 EXTENSION CONDENSATE HOSE

6. PIPE FASTENING INNER FLANGE

7. EXTERNAL GRATING

8. HOT AIR DISCHARGE PIPE (160 mm.)

9. AIR INTAKE PIPE (150 mm.)

10. PAPER TEMPLATE FOR WALL DRILLING

11. KIT OF SCREWS AND CABLE TIE

12. GRATING FIXING CORD

13. INSTRUCTION MANUAL

14. RUBBER PLUG

Any batteries used in the remote control contain materials, which are hazardous to the environment. They must be removed from the remote control when they reach the end of their life and disposed of responsibly.

2.1 POSITIONING THE AIR CONDITIONER

To maintain the best performance from your unit, prevent breakdowns or hazards, you must position it correctly. Please follow the guidelines and instruction below in full, as failure to do so could cause potential installation problems. 

- The air conditioner must be installed on an exterior wall that has access to the out side with a minimum of 2 metres clearance to the outside. There should be no obstacles within the 2 metres, to allow circulation of the airflow. 

- The unit must be fitted leaving room all around as illustrated in the paper template. 

-          The wall on which the unit is installed must be sturdy and able to withstand the weight of the unit. After determining the best place for installation as described above, please check to ensure that the wall can be drilled in the chosen area without interfering with other structures or installations (beams, piers, pipes, wires, etc.).

-          Please also ensure that there are no obstacles on the outside of the wall, which may obstruct air circulation through the drilled holes, for example: plants and their leaves, slats or panelling, drain pipes, overflows and gratings, etc.). Any obstruction could interfere with the correct performance of the unit.

 

2.2 PAPER TEMPLATE

Paper Template (copy to scale enclosed with accessories) drilling the hole above ground floor level, please ensure that an area has been secured and while the holes are drilled the outside area is supervised, until drilling has been completed.

 

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INTAKE AND OUTLET HOLES

DRAINAGE HOLE

 

Fasten the template to the wall once the following guidelines have been thoroughly checked.

Do not drill any holes until you are 100% confident that there are no obstacles in the area you wish to drill and there are no obstructions, which could be hidden by the construction of the wall, for example: Electrical wiring water & gas pipes or supporting lintels or beams. Ensure that a sprit level is used, as the unit must be level. Follow the installation instructions & measurements in full.

This operation should be carried out using the proper tools (diamond tip or core borers drills with high twisting torque and adjustable rotation speed). Fasten the template to the wall taking care to check the distance From the floor and or ceiling and keep it horizontal by using a spirit level.

Use a pilot drill to mark the centre of each core hole to be drilled. Use a core http://www.orionairsales.co.uk: all in one air conditioning instructionsboring head having a diameter of 165 mm to drill the two holes for intake and outlet the air. It is recommended that the holes must have a slightly downward inclination of 3-5 degrees to prevent any backflow of water from the pipes. The unit produces condensate that has to be extracted to enable the unit to operate correctly. It is necessary to drill a hole through the wall measuring 30mm in diameter in the position shown in the paper template. Drainage occurs by gravity. For this reason, it is essential for the drain line to have a minimum downward inclination of at least 3% throughout its length. 

2.4 FASTENING THE BRACKET 

Drill the holes for anchoring the fastening bracket to the wall using preferably the 6 holes showed in black on the paper template. If the wall is not sturdy enough it is advisable to use extra anchor bolts using the holes showed in grey on the paper template. The anchor bolts provided require a 8mm holes; the wall should be inspected to determine if provided bolts are useful or if it is necessary to use a different anchorage. The manufacturer is not liable in case of underestimation of the structural consistency of the anchorage made at the time of installation. 

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 2.5 INSTALLATION OF THE PIPES 

After drilling the holes, the plastic pipes supplied with the air conditioner need to be fitted through them. The pipe with a diameter of 160mm (hot air discharge) and has to be fitted in the left hole. The length of the pipes should be 10 mm less than he depht of the wall. Use a normal hacksaw to cut the supplied pipes to the correct length. The tube diameter is nearly the same as that carried out using the 165 mm nominal diameter core drill therefore you may need to slightly force the introduction of the pipe, using in difficult cases, a normal rubber hammer and a small piece of timber to gently tap the tube into the hole. Fit the plastic pipe into the hole and fasten the flange with 2x6 mm screws and wall plugs. Should the insertion prove to be too difficult, we suggest you drill using the core bit inside the hole so as to widen the internal diameter slightly.

Please use the same instructions to fit the right hand tube (air intake pipe) using the supplied pipe with a diameter of 150mm.The tube diameter is slightly smaller than that carried out using the 165mm core. 

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 2.6 FITTING THE GRATINGS 

If the external grating is accessible to prevent its removal, it is recommended to fasten it to the wall with wall plugs and screws with a diameter of 6 mm.

To fit the external two gratings please proceed as follows: 

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Familiarise yourself with the fitting of the grating to the tube, before installation. Insert the cords through the centre of the grating. One grating fits on the outside of the tube and the other fits inside. The air intake is the smaller hole and the grating therefore fits on the outside of the air intake tube. Insert the supplied cord into the hole. Fold the outer grating in half grasping the cord with your free hand. Insert your arm inside the pipe with the grating and push all the way to the outside. Let the grating unfold and pull the cord towards you. One grating fits on the outside of the tube and the other fits inside. With a little patience and manipulation the two gratings will fit the end of the tubes. Grasping the cord, insert your fingers between the fins and pull the grating towards you until it is properly positioned in the pipe, keeping the fins in a vertical position. Tighten the cord and fasten it to the dent on the internal flanges. 

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2.7 FITTING THE UNIT ON BRACKET 

After checking again that the fastening bracket is securely fastened to the wall, and that any necessary preparations for electric connection and condensate drainage have been made, please remove the compressor holders (remove plastic belt A and unscrew holder B and fasten the air conditioner to its supporting bracket, A and B can be discarded ). 

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Lift it up by holding the sides at the bottom and not the front panel Tilt the unit slightly towards you to facilitate the operation of fastening it onto the bracket. The unit is provided with an insulated drainage pipe (450mm long), to fit on the pipe that protrudes from the lower backside of the unit,which is inserted in the drainage hole. The air conditioner can now be pushed firmly against the wall. Carefully inspect the installation to ensure that the insulating back panel fits firmly against the wall and there are no fissures at the back of the air conditioner.

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2.8 DRAINAGE LINE

To complete the drainage line fit the drainage pipe on the drainage hole and push firmly into lace. A further extension pipe  with an internal diameter of 16 mm can be fitted if necessary.

If the line drains into a vessel (tank or other recipient), this container should not be sealed and the drainpipe should not remain immersed in the water. Install the extension drain condensate as required. The drain should flow in a downwards direction, as this is a gravity flow (E).

3.1 REMOTE CONTROL FITTING AND CHANGING THE BATTERIES

 - Slide off the cover on the front of the remote to reveal the battery compartment. - Insert the battery (2 x AAA). - Refit the battery cover.

- Important: if pressing ON/OFF button no icons are displayed, please install the battery in the correct position.

- The exhausted batteries must be disposed of responsibly. Switch on the remote control using the pink button in the centre of the remote control. Firstly set the time by gently depressing the timer set button in the bottom right hand corner just above the battery compartment, then adjust  the time by using button to adjust the minutes and button to adjust the hours.  

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 Once this has been done, press the MODE button to select the required function: 

- Cooling - Dehumidification - Fan only - Heating - Auto.

When the mode is selected, adjust the temperature setting to your comfort: these temperatures are dependent on your individual requirement and can be adjusted while the unit is running. In Auto mode the temperature settings are not adjustable (see paragraph 3.9 )

Slide the front panel downwards to display further buttons.

Timer on - Timer off - Fan speed x 3 - Sleep - Louvers.

Please refer to the following sections:

All the air conditioners functions are controlled, set or adjusted through the infrared remote control. You cannot fully operate the unit without the remote control, so please ensure you replace the remote after use in the provided holder. If the remote control is misplaced, switch the unit off via the mains socket. To switch the unit on, plug back into the power socket. The unit will thus start up in the last programmed setting. For example if in heating and switched off via the mains socket and then reconnected, the unit would then operate in heating mode. A new remote will need to be purchased from your supplier if misplaced. 

3.2 REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS

To operate the unit, direct the remote control at the unit. 

3.3 INSTRUCTION FOR USE WITH REMOTE CONTROL

- Press the MODE button until the cooling mode is set.

- Press the and buttons to set the required room temperature.

- Press the button and select the fan speed to high ,middle , low or auto.

(If AUTO is chosen, the fan speed is automatically adjusted to keep it as high as needed to reach the set (temperature)

- Press the MODE button to find cooling /heating /auto .

- Press the and buttons to set the required room temperature (not possible in AUTO function).

- Press the button : when this icon is displayed, the fan speed is automatically set at the lowest level.

- Press again to cancel this function setting.

- Press the MODE button until the heating mode is set .

- Press the and buttons to set the required room temperature.

- Press the button and select the fan speed to high ,middle , low or auto.

(If AUTO is chosen, the fan speed is automatically adjusted to keep it as high as needed to reach the setting temperature).

- Press the MODE button until the dehumidifying mode is set .

- The fan speed is automatically set.

- Press the MODE button until the fan mode is set.

- Press the button and select the fan speed to high , middle ,low or auto.

- Press the MODE button until the AUTO mode is set.

- Press the MODE button and set the desired function.

- Press the buttons and to set the required room temperature.

- Press the button and select the fan speed among high middle ,low or auto.

(In case AUTO is chosen, the fan speed is automatically adjusted to keep it as high as needed to reach the setting temperature).

- Press the button and adjust the switching off time pressing the button (hours) and (minutes).

- To confirm the setting, press again .

- Once the time is over, the unit will switch off automatically.

The setting will be cancelled if the button is pressed again.

When you set the temperature in cooling mode, the LCD on the front of the unit shows the set point, then after a few second the LCD display will then revert to room temperature and will decrease by 1 degree C in turn until the unit reaches your desired temperature. 

When the equipment first turns onto heating mode, there will be a short delay of three or so minutes, this is a normal time delay function and the equipment will start heating after this short period of time. When you set the temperature in heating mode, the LCD on the front of the unit shows the set point, then after a few second the LCD will then revert to room temperature and will rise by 1 degree C in turn until the unit reaches your desired temperature. 

In this mode the air conditioner will attempt to maintain the room temperature between 20 C and 25 C. If the room temperature is below 20 C it will be in heating mode, if it rises above 25 C the unit will be in cooling mode, if it is between the two the air conditioner will simply circulate room temperature air. The reason for the 5 C 'gap' is to stop the compressor oscillating rapidly between heating and cooling as this would severely shorten the life of the product should it be allowed to happen. 

AUTOMATIC SWITCHING ON

- With the unit switched on, select the desired function by pressing the MODE button.

- Switch off the unit.

- Press the button.

- Set up the switching time pressing the buttons (hours) and (minutes).

- To confirm the operation, press again the button.

The unit will start to work automatically according to the selected time.

- To cancel the setting, press again the button.

 3.11 MAINTENANCE INTERNAL UNIT MAINTENANCE FILTERS CLEANING:

ATTENTION CLEANING THE UNIT:

The filters should be regularly cleaned to keep the unit running efficiently. Clean the filters every two weeks.

 

 

How to proceed:

- Disconnect the unit from the electrical supply.

- Extract the filter grating.

As the filter has three different compositions, the cleaning operations should be done as follows:

- Extract the filters B/C from their case.

- Clean the B / C filters only with a vacuum cleaner, being careful not to damage them.

- Clean the A filter by washing it with warm water (max 40C) and mild detergent.

- Rinse it with water only and let it dry in a shadowy place (do not expose it to direct sun rays).

- When the filter is perfectly dry, insert it back together with the other filters in their original position.

- Insert the grating above the unit until it is perfectly positioned.

- It is advisable to change the B / C filters annually.

: Do not use the air conditioner without filters as it could seriously damage the unit.

- Disconnect the unit from the electrical supply.

- Wipe external surfaces clean with a damp cloth only.

- Do not use an abrasive cloth and/ or solvents, as this may damage the surfaces.

- Do not use excessively wet cloths or sponges, as water stagnation could damage the unit and

compromise safety.

3.12 PROBLEM SOLVING PROBLEM

 The air conditioner does not work: 

- Wrong setting of the timer / Check it.

- Problems on the power supply/Verify the Presence of voltage.

The air-conditioner does not refrigerate the room Strange smell in the room: 

- The filter could be dirty / Clean it.

- The room temperature is too high / Wait until the temperature goes down.

- The temperature is not properly set / Check it.

- The grids could be obstructed / Check and remove the eventual obstacles.

- Dampness in the room, coming from walls, carpets, furnishing or similar

 Water drips from the air conditioner: 

- Wrong installation of the air conditioner.

- Wrong connection of the drainage pipe.

 The remote control does not work. 

- Exhausted batteries.

- Wrong insertion of the batteries inside the remote control

 The air-conditioner does not work for 3 minutes when switched on.

 - Protection of the air conditioner. Wait for 3 minutes and the air-conditioner will start to work again.

 
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