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Panasonic CU-KE30NKU Service Manual
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112 pages 2.68 Mb
IMPORTANT TECHNICAL & SERVICE MANUAL CS-KE30NKU + CU-KE30NKU CS-KE36NKU + CU-KE36NKU DC INVERTER SPLIT SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONER 57NO! 5810-6. In Case Refrigerant is Leaking 5910-7. Charging Additional Refrigerant 10-8. Retro-Fitting Existing Systems 2 62FEATURES CONTENTS PRODUCT INFORMATION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 63INSTALLATION LOCATION ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 64NAMES OF PARTS INDOOR UNIT Air Outlet INDOOR UNIT UNIT DISPLAY AND OPERATION BUTTON Air Intake Air Outlet Remote Controller Refrigerant Tubes Drain Hose Outdoor (Condensing) Unit Air Intakes Remote Controller Refrigerant Tubes Drain Hose OUTDOOR UNIT Air Outlet REMOTE CONTROL receiver TIMER lamp OPERATION lamp OPERATION button (ON/OFF) 65REMOTE CONTROLLER (DISPLAY) 66REMOTE CONTROLLER 677 (A UT O) (HEA T) (DR Y) (COOL) (F AN) 8 68USING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER Hole 3. HOW TO INSTALL BATTERIES HOW TO USE THE REMOTE CONTROLLER REMOTE CONTROLLER INSTALLATION POSITION MOUNTING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER WHEN HOLDING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and used Batteries ACL button Air Conditioner (Indoor unit) Receiver Remote Controller (Transmitter head) Remote Control Holder Mounting Screws 5/32 x 13/16" (4 x 20 mm) (included) Rear Side Press Set in place 69OPERATION WITH THE REMOTE CONTROLLER 1. Automatic Operation 2. Manual Operation 703. Adjusting the Fan Speed A. Automatic fan speed B. Manual fan speed 4. Fan Only 5. Night Setback Mode A. In Cooling and DRY Mode: ( and ) B. In Heating Mode: ( ) 6. QUIET Mode 717. HIGH POWER Mode 8. UNOCCUPIED Mode 12 A. In Heating Mode: ( ) B. In Cooling Mode: ( ) 72SPECIAL REMARKS How it works? Remote Controller Clicking Sound DRY ( ) Operation Heating performance Defrosting Cold draft prevention Clicking sound is heard from the air conditioner Heating ( ) Operation Cooling ( ) operation Power failure during operation 73SETTING THE TIMER 1. How to set the present time 2. How to set the OFF time 3. How to set the ON time 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 14 4. How to set daily ON/OFF repeat timer 74USING THE 1-HOUR OFF TIMER 1. 1-Hour OFF Timer 2. Operation together with the daily ON/OFF repeat timer TIPS FOR ENERGY SAVING Avoid Do 1. 7:10 am. ON 11:00 am. OFF 10:30 pm. Present time 15 75ADJUSTING THE AIRFLOW DIRECTION CAUTION 1. Horizontal 2. Vertical OPERATION WITHOUT THE REMOTE CONTROLLER When the air conditioner is not running 76CARE AND CLEANING 77TROUBLESHOOTING (BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE) OPERATING RANGE The air conditioner is operable within the temperature ranges as listed below: WIRED REMOTE CONTROLLER Temperature Indoor air temperature Outdoor air temperature COOLING Max. 95 F DB / 71 F WB 115 F DB Min. 67 F DB / 57 F WB 0 F DB HEATING Max. 80 F DB / 67 F WB 75 F DB / 65 F WB Min. DB / WB DB / 0 F WB 78SPECIFICATIONS $/09(08*54+0:054,8;9,9:/,8,-80.,8(4:" >:,84(2+0(3,:,85-9,8<0*,658:" 81Split System Air Conditioner INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS