1 AIR CDITIER WALL CTROLLER Operating Instructions Controller Model Numbers LM7 LM7-D LM4 Please Read This Manual Congratulations on your purchase of an ActronAir air conditioning system. This unit has been designed and manufactured with the highest quality standard in mind. Please read this manual carefully and keep it for future reference. Copyright 0 All rights reserve. No part or contents of this book maybe reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of Actron Engineering Pty. Ltd.
2 GENERAL INFORMATI INSIDE THIS MANUAL You will find instructions for two types of wall controllers, the standard 7-Day programmable model LM7 and the optional model LM4. The LM7 series controllers have all the features of LM4 series plus the addition of a fully programmable 7-Day Timeclock. NOTE: Most of the basic functions in this manual are shown using the LM4 controller, the buttons and basic functions are the same for LM7. SUMMER OPERATI is when your system is operating on COOLING CYCLE, the room air is circulated through the filter and indoor unit where heat, excess moisture and dust are removed. The clean, cool air is then returned to your room. Dust and other air born particles are trapped in the filter, and condensed moisture is drained away. The indoor heat is transferred by interconnecting refrigeration pipes to the outdoor unit, which then exhaust this heat to the outdoor atmosphere. WINTER OPERATI is just the reverse use of the system to obtain heat into our rooms. During the HEATING CYCLE the outdoor unit extracts heat from the outside air and then transferred by the same interconnecting pipes to the indoor unit where the circulated air is heated and returned to your rooms. Again, the room air is filtered reducing dust and other particles. SAFETY AND OPERATI PRECAUTI ACCESS PANELS AND GUARDS: NEVER remove any access panels or guards as this could cause injury from electric shock and burns from extremely hot components. Never allow any bodily parts such as fingers or objects to protrude through the fan guards or any other opening as they could cause personal injury and damage the air conditioner.! INSTALLATI MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY QUALIFIED INSTALLER: RETURN AIR FILTER: The air conditioner must never be operated without a return air filter as this will allow a build up of dust etc on the Indoor Coil. This is very difficult to clean and causes the system to operate inefficiently or even fail. CRANKCASE HEATER PRECAUTI: The main power ( Outside switch board ) to the system must be kept at all times to prevent damage to the outdoor compressor unit. Should the main power be disconnected or interrupted for 6 hours or longer, then no attempt should be made to start the system for hours after the power has been restored to outdoor unit. This allows the compressor to warm up, and remove any liquid refrigerant that may cause damage.
3 CTENTS General information... Page Safety and operation precautions... Page System information... Page Advance features... Page Basic Operation * Wall controller functions... Page 4 LCD Backlight... Page 7 / Button Light... Page 8 Cooling operation... Page 9 Heating operation... Page 0 Auto operation... Page Circulation operation... Page ESP Fan Feature... Page Countdown timer (off)... Page 4 Countdown timer (on)...page 5 7-Day Programmable Model (Model LM7 -- only) 7-Day Timeclock operation...page 6 Setting the time and day...page 7 Activating and de-activating the 7-Day Timeclock...Page 8 Programming the events... Page 9 Cancelling an individual event... Page 0 Repeating a days event and times... Page Additional Features * Zone controller functions... Page Room temperature display... Page Dual wall controller operation... Page Setting the upper and lower temperature limits... Page 4 Additional Features Operating tips for extreme weather (Summer)... Page 5 Operating tips for extreme weather (Winter)... Page 6 Energy conservation tips... Page 7 Maintenance...Page 8 Trouble Shooting...Page 9 Resetting wall control... Page 0 * Basic Operation and Additional Features show LM7 Wall Controller for illustration purposes only. Buttons, functions and controller operation are the same for both controllers. SYSTEM INFORMATI Model No. Serial No. Model No. Air Conditioner The air conditioner model and serial number is situated on the access panel of the outdoor unit bottom left corner. Wall Controller The wall controller model number is situated inside the wall controller flip lid. Company Name Phone Number Technicians Name Installer
4 ADVANCE FEATURES Auto-Restart After Power Failure Should a power failure occur whilst the air conditioner is running, the wall controller will restart the air conditioner in the same mode when the power is restored. Dual Wall Control Operation ( Optional ) Two wall controls can be installed on one system. This is particularly useful on two storey houses, where you can have one control upstairs and one control downstairs or having the second wall controller in the master bedroom, for improved temperature control. ( See Dual Wall Control Operation for more info, Page ). Room Temp Display with One Touch Simply press UP or DOWN arrow button and the set temperature display will change to show the room temperature for seconds. Note: When zones are fi tted, the temperature displayed will depend on which sensor has been selected by the wall controller ( See Zone Controller Functions, Page ). Integrated Zoning ( Optional ) The integrated zoning system has a unique feature where it can select which remote temperature sensor to use depending on which zones are selected. One example is on a two-storey house and you only have the downstairs zone on, the zone control will select the downstairs sensor to control the temperature, thus ensuring perfect comfort in the area occupied. Auto Defrost Function ( Heating Mode ) At certain outdoor conditions (low temperature) there may be a build up of frost on the outdoor heat exchanger. This gradual build up of frost reduces the performance of the air conditioner. The microprocessor detects this frost build up and will automatically activate the defrost mode. The defrost mode is displayed on the wall controller by flashing the HEAT symbol every 0 seconds. Hot Start Function ( Heating Mode ) When the air conditioner starts in heating mode, the indoor fan is delayed for a short period of time, this allows the heat exchanger to warm up before the air fl ow starts, thus preventing cold drafts. The hot start feature also activates itself when the system finishes defrosting. Filter Clean Light The microprocessor monitors the accumulated run time of the air conditioner and after a preset number of hours has passed, the FILTER light will flash, indicating it s time to check if filter needs cleaning. (See Maintenance Sec, page 8). Self Diagnosis In the unlikely event that a fault develops with the air conditioner the microprocessor will diagnose the fault (where possible) and display a fault code on the wall controller. (See Trouble shooting, page 9)
5 WALL CTROLLER FUNCTIS Model LM7 & LM4 Series Buttons & functions are the same, except for items, 6 & 0 which are not available to LM4. LM7 LM4 M TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN TIME CLOCK AM EVENT PM o C INSIDE SET RUN FILTER LOW MED HIGH CT HEAT COOL o C INSIDE RUN FILTER LOW MED HIGH CT HEAT COOL SET TEMP DISPLAY LCD Display Displays the setting and operation conditions (see next page for details). Program Button (Not used on LM4) For setting the clock and for entering the 7-Day timeclock menu. Fan Control Button Changes fan speed (high, medium and low). Selects continuous and noncontinuous fan operation. Temperature-Up Setting Button Raises room temperature setting. Temperature-Down Setting Button Lowers room temperature setting. Exit Button (Not used on LM4) Quick exit from time clock programming menu. Zone Button with On/Off Indicator Zone Button with On/Off Indicator Zone Button with On/Off Indicator Zone 5 Button with On/Off Indicator Zone 6 Button with On/Off Indicator Zone 7 Button with On/Off Indicator Zone 8 Button with On/Off Indicator On/Off Button Timer Operation Button Activates timer function. Operation Mode Button Selects cooling, heating & auto modes. Select / Clock-Up Setting and Room Temp Display Button Select / Clock-Down Setting and Room Temp Display Button Repeat / Backlight Button (LM7 only) Repeats the previous day settings to the current day. Adjust and Turn On/Off Backlight. Display / Backlight Button (LM4 only) Adjust and Turn On/Off Backlight. 0 Zone 4 Button with On/Off Indicator 4
6 WALL CTROLLER FUNCTIS LM7 Display M TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN TIME CLOCK AM PM EVENT C INSIDE SET RUN FILTER LOW MED HIGH CT HEAT COOL LM4 Display o C INSIDE RUN FILTER LOW MED HIGH CT HEAT COOL SET 4 TEMP DISPLAY 5
7 WALL CTROLLER FUNCTIS LM7 & LM4 Display Functions Day indicator (LM7 function only) Display the day of the week when the time is shown and which day is selected for programming. Timer Indicator Indicates timer is in operation. 6 7 Degree Centigrade Indicator Flashes to indicate current room temperature reading. Run Indicator Indicates the outdoor unit is in operation, flashes if on delay Time Clock Indicator (LM7 only) Event Indicator (LM7 function only) Indicates which event of the day Timeclock is set. On Indicator Off Indicator Timer/Clock and Room/Setpoint Temperature Indicator (LM7 only) Displays the setpoint & current room temperatures, current time, count down timer times and event times Timer and Room/Setpoint Temperature Indicator (LM4 only) Displays the setpoint & current room temperatures and Filter countdown time Auto Indicator Indicates the system will automatically select heating or cooling operation. Heating Operation Indicator Cooling Operation Indicator Filter Indicator Continuous Indicator Illuminates when fan is set to continuous mode of operation. Lock Symbol Shows during backlight adjustments and when Turning On/Off backlight. & Indicator (LM7 function only) Illuminates together with Event to show the programming event. 9 AM Indicator (LM7 function only) 0 PM Indicator (LM7 function only) Inside Room Temperature Indicator Flashes to indicate current room temperature reading. Low Speed Fan Indicator Medium Speed Fan Indicator 4 High Speed Fan Indicator 5 Set Indicator Illuminates during time and timeclock setting adjustments. 6
8 LCD BACKLIGHT LM7 LM4 LOW COOL MED CT COOL A A SET TEMP A DISPLAY A LCD Backlight Level Adjustments Press and hold REPEAT (LM7) or DISPLAY (LM4) Button. Then press UP / DOWN Arrow Button to adjust the backlight level, as follows: To brighten backlight, press UP Button. To dim backlight, press DOWN Button. Release the buttons at the desired level of LCD brightness and the LOCK symbol will appear for second indicating the backlight level is set. Turn On/Off LCD Backlight A A Turn On LCD Backlight. Press and hold REPEAT (LM7) or DISPLAY (LM4) Button for 4 seconds. LOCK symbol will appear, then release button and backlight will remain On. Turn Off LCD Backlight. Press and hold REPEAT (LM7) or DISPLAY (LM4) Button for 4 seconds. LOCK symbol will appear, then release button and backlight will turn Off after 6 seconds. 7
9 / BUTT LIGHT LM7 LM4 A A LOW COOL A MED CT COOL A A SET TEMP DISPLAY A A A NOTE: The Wall Controller must be turned on before operating this procedure. Turn On the On/Off Button Light A Press and hold REPEAT (LM7) or DISPLAY (LM4) Button, press and release / Button and then release REPEAT (LM7) or DISPLAY (LM4) Button. LOCK symbol will appear and the On/Off Button light will remain on. Turn Off the On/Off Button Light A Press and hold REPEAT (LM7) or DISPLAY (LM4) Button, press and release / Button and then release REPEAT (LM7) or DISPLAY (LM4) Button. LOCK symbol will appear and the On/Off Button light will turn off after 6 seconds. 8
10 COOLING OPERATI LM7 LOW COOL 5 4 Press / Button. Press the HEAT/COOL Button until COOL appears on display. Set the desired temperature by pressing either the UP or DOWN arrow key. Maximum temperature setting 0. Minimum temperature setting 6. For a WARMER room temperature, press the UP arrow key. For a COOLER room temperature, press the DOWN arrow key. 4 Adjust the desired fan speed by pressing the Control Button. When your air conditioner is turned the indoor fan can run continuously and is indicated by the CT indicator. This is generally preferred during the cooling mode to ensure maximum air circulation. However, during the heating mode this can create the effect of cool drafts. It then would be preferable to have the indoor fan, cycle On and Off automatically with the Outdoor Unit. This is selected by pressing the button until the CT indicator is Off. 5 Press / Button again. The system will retain your last setting until next operation. 9
11 HEATING OPERATI LM7 5 MED HEAT 4 Press / Button. Press the HEAT/COOL Button until HEAT appears on display. Set the desired temperature by pressing either the UP or DOWN arrow key. Maximum temperature setting 0. Minimum temperature setting 6. For a WARMER room temperature, press the UP arrow key. For a COOLER room temperature, press the DOWN arrow key. 4 Adjust the desired fan speed by pressing the Control Button. When your air conditioner is turned the indoor fan can run continuously and is indicated by the CT indicator. This is generally preferred during the cooling mode to ensure maximum air circulation. However, during the heating mode this can create the effect of cool drafts. It then would be preferable to have the indoor fan, cycle On and Off automatically with the Outdoor Unit. This is selected by pressing the button until the CT indicator is Off. 5 Press / Button again. The system will retain your last setting until next operation. 0
12 OPERATI Automatically changes between heating and cooling mode LM7 MED COOL 5 4 Press / Button. Press the HEAT/COOL Button until appears on display. Set the desired temperature by pressing either the UP or DOWN arrow key. Maximum temperature setting 0. Minimum temperature setting 6. For a WARMER room temperature, press the UP arrow key. For a COOLER room temperature, press the DOWN arrow key. 4 Adjust the desired fan speed by pressing the Control Button. When your air conditioner is turned the indoor fan can run continuously and is indicated by the CT indicator. This is generally preferred during the cooling mode to ensure maximum air circulation. However, during the heating mode this can create the effect of cool drafts. It then would be preferable to have the indoor fan, cycle On and Off automatically with the Outdoor Unit. This is selected by pressing the button until the CT indicator is Off. 5 Press / Button again. The system will retain your last setting until next operation.
13 LY OPERATI LM7 MED 4 Make sure the system is off. Press the Button. Adjust the fan speed by pressing the Button. 4 Press / button again. The system will retain your last setting until next operation.
14 ESP FEATURE Available for ESP Plus and ESP Ultima Models CIRCULATI OPERATI SPEED CYCLE: HIGH = High air circulation. MED = Normal air circulation. LOW = Low air circulation. ESP CYCLE LOW MED ESP = Variable air circulation, varying fan speed will be determined by the controller automatically. This will depend on number of outlets or zones open in an installation. WALL CTROLLER DISPLAY SPEED SEGMENT INDICATOR HIGH MED LOW LCD DISPLAY HIGH MED LOW ESP ESP THEN HIGH CIRCULATI OPERATI SPEED CYCLE: HIGH = High air circulation. MED = Normal air circulation. LOW = Low air circulation. CT HIGH = High air circulation, continuous run. CT MED = Normal air circulation, continuous run. CT LOW = Low air circulation, continuous run. CT ESP ESP = Variable air circulation, variable fan speed will be determined by the controller automatically. This will depend on number of outlets or zones open in an installation. CT ESP = Continuous variable air circulation, varying fan speed will be determined by the controller automatically. This will depend on number of outlets or zones open in an installation. WALL CTROLLER DISPLAY SPEED SEGMENT INDICATOR HIGH MED LOW CT LCD DISPLAY HIGH MED LOW ESP ESP THEN CT HIGH CT MED CT LOW CT ESP ESP THEN HIGH ESP MED CYCLE CT LOW LOW CT MED CT HIGH
15 OPERATI Timer Function LM7 4 Press the / Button. Make sure the system is running and the operating conditions are those desired. Press the Button. Set the desired hours for the system to turn by pressing either the UP or DOWN arrow key. The up/down arrow keys must be pressed whilst Timer is flashing. The timer can be set from 0.5 hours to 4 hours. Timer Cancellation 4 Press / Button again. Changing the Hours Set 5 Follow the steps and. 4
16 OPERATI Timer Function LM7 4 Make sure the system is. Press the Button. Set the desired hours for the system to turn by pressing either the UP / DOWN Arrow key. The up/down arrow keys must be pressed whilst Timer is flashing. The timer can be set from 0.5 hours to 4 hours. Timer Cancellation 4 Press / Button again. 5 Follow the steps and. Changing the Hours Set Notice When the air conditioner is started by the timer function, it will only start in Auto mode. Circulation mode cannot be turned by timer. 5
17 7-DAY MABLE MODEL Timeclock Operation LM7 M AM SET TIME CLOCK EVENT The 7-Day timeclock feature on the controller allows you to set the air conditioner to turn and at different times for each day of the week. Each day can have two programmed events. Each event has an and time. Example of Typical Timeclock Set Up M TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN EVENT EVENT TIME 6:00am 6:00am 6:00am 6:00am 6:00am 7:00am 8:00am TIME 0:00am 0:00am 0:00am 0:00am 0:00am 9:00am :00am TIME 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm :00pm -:-- -:-- TIME 0:00pm 0:00pm 0:00pm 0:00pm :00pm -:-- -:-- Cancelling an Individual Event Go to the time for the event you wish to cancel and press the / button. -:-- will be displayed indicating the event is cancelled. 6
18 7-DAY MABLE MODEL Setting the Time and Day LM7 AM TIME SET Press the button times and SET will be illuminated with TIME flashing. Adjust the Hours by using buttons. Press the button. 4 Adjust the Minutes by using buttons. 5 Press the button. 6 Adjust the Day by using buttons. Battery Backup During a power failure, the clock retains the time and day via the backup battery inside the system. 7
19 7-DAY MABLE MODEL Activating and De-activating the 7-Day Timeclock SET TIME CLOCK LM7 Activating Press the button twice. Press / until is flashing. Press the button. 4 TIME CLOCK indicator should now be turned on. De-Activating Press the button twice. Press / until is flashing. Press the button. 4 TIME CLOCK indicator should now be turned off. 8
20 7-DAY MABLE MODEL Programming the Events LM7 M AM SET TIME CLOCK EVENT 5 Press the button repeatedly until event and M is showing. You are now setting MDAY, event, time. Use the buttons to adjust time. Press the button to move to event off time and follow step. 4 Press the button to move to the next event. The event time is entered once you press the button. If you press the button before moving to the next event, the time you have programmed will not be entered. 5 Repeat the above steps until you have programmed all the events you require. Programming Past Midnight Event On times can be set to :45 PM of the current day. Event Off times can be set to 9:00 AM the following morning. Notice If you program event past midnight, event will be automatically cancelled. 9
21 7-DAY MABLE MODEL Cancelling an Individual Event LM7 SET SAT TIME CLOCK EVENT Press the button repeatedly until the time for the event you wish to cancel is displayed. Press the / button. - :- - will be displayed indicating the event is cancelled. 4 Repeat the above steps until you have cancelled all the desired events. 5 See 7-Day timeclock operation for programming sequence. Page 6. Re-Activate an Event Repeat steps & as above. Press the / button until the time re-appears. 0
22 7-DAY MABLE MODEL Repeating a Days Events & Times LM7 AM THU SET TIME CLOCK EVENT This feature allows you to automatically repeat the previous days, events and times, therefore eliminating the need to re-enter the events and times. Go to the day you wish to copy and program your events and times. See Programming the Events page 9. Press button until the following days, event, time is displayed. Display shows SET, EVENT,, TIMECLOCK and. Press the REPEAT button. You have now copied the previous days events into the current day displayed. 4 Repeat steps and for the remaining days.
23 ZE CTROLLER FUNCTIS o C INSIDE HIGH CT COOL Notice Turning Zones & Press the Zone Button to turn zones on & off. Lights are illuminated when zone is turned on. By default, the minimum of one zone must be left. This is controlled automatically by the wall control and will not allow you to turn off the last zone operating. However, it is possible to turn all zones in some models. Contact your installer for more details. Switching the last zone off will cause the controller to divert to Zone automatically. Room Temperature Display Press Up or Down Arrow Button and the room temperature will be displayed for seconds. Notice The room temperature displayed can be the temperature at the wall controls or remote wall sensors or a combination of both, depending on which zones are turned on.
24 DUAL WALL CTROLLER OPERATI MIMIC CTROL WALL CTROL TWO WALL CTROL E The air conditioner can be operated from either wall controller. Information displayed on the two wall controllers is identical. Last wall controller used has priority. Eg. Using wall controller one, the cooling operation is started, both wall controllers will now show the system is in cooling mode. If another person uses wall controller two to select heating operation, the system will now change to the heating operation and both wall controllers will display the system is in heating operation. Eg. Using wall controller two, the circulation operation is selected, both wall controllers will now show the system in circulation mode. If another person uses wall controller two to select cooling operation, the system will now change to the cooling operation and both wall controllers will display the system is in cooling operation.
25 SETTING THE UPPER & LOWER TEMPERATURE LIMITS This feature allows you to set the upper and lower temperature limits on your wall control. This can be used in a variety of ways.. You may want the maximum set-temp limited to 5 o C and the minimum set- temp to 0 o C, thus stopping anyone from setting the temperature too high or too low.. You may want to lock the set-temp to o C to stop anyone else adjusting the set-temp up and down. To do this, simply adjust the upper and lower limit until they are the same. LOW C D B B A C A Default Upper and Lower Limits = Upper (0 o C), Lower (6 o C) It is recommended not to adjust the upper and lower limits outside the defaults above. Doing so, may cause damage to your system and void warranty. Adjustable limits: Upper = 0 o C to o C Lower = 0 o C to o C NOTE: The unit must be turned off before operating this procedure. Notice Setting the Lower Limit Press the DOWN (A) button, then press DOWN (B) button. You must press the two buttons in quick succession. The display will now show the Lower limit for seconds and this is confirmed by LOW indicator also being turned on. While the Lower limit is displayed, use the SET-TEMP ARROW buttons to adjust up or down. 4 After 5 seconds the Lower limit will be automatically accepted. Setting the Upper Limit Press the UP (C) button, then press UP (D) button. You must press the two buttons in quick succession. The display will now show the Upper limit for seconds and this is confirmed by HIGH indicator also being turned on. While the Upper limit is displayed, use the SET-TEMP ARROW buttons to adjust up or down. 4 After 5 seconds the Upper limit will be automatically accepted. You cannot adjust the upper limit below your current set-temperature. You cannot adjust the lower limit above your current set-temperature. 4
26 OPERATING TIPS FOR SUMMER Always test run your air conditioner a few weeks before the start of summer and make sure it s cooling sufficiently. If the air conditioner needs servicing, it s advised you have this done before the summer season arrives. A HOT day is forecast for tomorrow, what should you do? Always start the air conditioner early in the morning and keep the house/office cool. If you try and start the air conditioner in the afternoon when the house/office is already very hot, it may take a while to cool down. Keep all curtains and windows closed. Also stop drafts coming in from your front & back doors. If you have zones, turn off any you are not using and close doors to these areas, this will give you more cooling capacity in the areas you need. Ask your installer on the minimum zones you should use on your system. Notice Always allow the necessary amount of fresh air into rooms. 5
27 OPERATING TIPS FOR WINTER Always test run your air conditioner a few weeks before the start of summer and make sure it s cooling sufficiently. If the air conditioner needs servicing, it s advised you have this done before the summer season arrives. A COLD day is forecast for tomorrow, what should you do? You can leave air conditioner running overnight, but lower the set point -4 o C from your normal setting to help save electricity. This will prevent the house/office from becoming too cold overnight and thus enabling the air conditioner to warm the house/office quicker when you raise the temperature set point back to your usual setting. OR Start the air conditioner a couple of hours earlier than you normally would in the morning. If outside conditions are very cold (approx. 7 o C or lower) supplementary heating may be used such as electric or gas heaters to complement & speed the heating up. Keep all curtains and windows closed. Also stop drafts coming in from your front & back doors. If you have zones, turn off any you are not using and close doors to these areas, as this will give you more heating capacity in the areas you need. Ask your installer on the minimum zones you should use on your system. Notice Always allow the necessary amount of fresh air into rooms. 6
28 ENERGY CSERVATI TIPS For the most efficient operation, keep the windows and doors closed including unused areas where possible. They not only help to insulate against heat and cold, they also reduce dust, pollen and noise. Occasionally allow fresh air into rooms and offices that are closed off. Should you wish to leave your air conditioner on over night during the winter. Set your thermostat down by o C to 4 o C when going to bed and reset to your normal setting upon arising, as there is no reason to pay for extra electricity when you are under the blankets. This can also apply during the summer nights and therefore raise the temperature by o C to 4 o C. On days when extreme conditions of High or Low temperatures prevail and the home is unoccupied, it can be practical to leave the air conditioner. However to reduce energy costs, set the temperature up o C to 4 o C (Cool Mode) for summer and down o C to 4 o C (Heat Mode) for winter and reset to your normal setting upon returning. This will provide a more comfortable situation and reduce the high heat load as the Air Conditioner not only has to cool or heat the air, it also has to cool and heat the furniture, walls, floors and ceilings. The normal setting recommended is o C for both summer and winter. By raising the set point by o C in summer or lowering the set point by o C in winter can save approx. 0% on electricity costs. ZING If your air conditioner has zones fitted, always turn off the zones you aren t using as this will save energy by the air conditioner not having to operate as long. 7
29 MAINTENANCE Wall Controller Outlets and Return Air M TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN TIME CLOCK AM EVENT PM o C INSIDE SET RUN FILTER MED HIGH HEAT COOL LOW CT INDOOR UNIT OUT LET RETURN AIR Wipe the controller with a dry cloth. Do not use water. Dust off the outlets and return air, use a household duster. Do this regularly to prevent any build up of dust or dirt. Air Filter Cleaning Clean every 4 weeks or when the filter light is displayed on wall control.. Open the inlet grille. Caution, dust may fall from return air grille Remove the filter by sliding it out from the grille. Clean the filter Using a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust or wash the filter with water. Be gentle when cleaning the filter to avoid tearing the filter material. Replace filter. Notice When the filter light is illuminated, check the air filter and clean if necessary and press the / button to extinguish filter light. Always check with your installer for the proper care and maintenance of the filter system.. Do not obstruct airflow. 8. Keep grass or plants away from the unit. This will ensure your air conditioner operates efficiently.
30 TROUBLE SHOOTING CDITI The system does not start. Air does not flow. (Indoor Unit) Cooling/Heating is not sufficient. Steam from outdoor unit. Water from outdoor unit. Occurring of noises Fault Codes CAUSES OR CHECK POINTS Check that 5 minutes has passed from turn on time, as the system has inbuilt safety timers. Check thermostat settings are correct. Check the thermostat set-point is set low enough for cooling or high enough for heating. Check Zones are switched on. (where fitted) During heating operation, air does not flow out for approx. 5 seconds after start up, this prevents cold drafts. During the defrost of the outdoor unit in heating operation, the indoor fan will not operate for several minutes, this is to prevent cold air being blown into rooms. The cooling/heating function may not work effectively when the return air filter is clogged with dust and dirt. Make sure the air inlet and air outlet on the outdoor unit are not blocked. The outside temperature is above or below the design conditions. It is caused by the defrosting of the outdoor unit in heating operation in cold conditions. This is normal during heating operation, it is due to water forming on the heat exchanger. When heating or cooling is started or stopped, a swishing or gurgling noise may be heard. This noise is generated by the refrigerant flowing between the outdoor and indoor units. A whooshing noise may be heard from the outdoor unit during operation. This noise is generated when the refrigerant changes direction in the defrost operation. On start up, the outdoor unit may be louder than normal for a few seconds whilst the compressor reaches the designated speed and operating pressure. During defrost operation the compressor may generate more noise than normal. When EXX is displayed on the wall controller, take note of the digits after E and contact your installer. Before contacting your installer, please have your air conditioners Model No. and Serial No. with you. (See page ) 9
31 TROUBLE SHOOTING CDITI Set-temp can t be adjusted. 7-day timeclock is not turning the air conditioner on and off. (7-Day programmable model only) 7-day timeclock is not accepting times you enter. (7-Day programmable model only) CAUSES OR CHECK POINTS Check your wall control set-temp limits are not being exceeded. Check the upper and lower temperature are set correctly. (see page 4) Check the timeclock is activated. (see page 8) Check you don t have times overlapping from another day. Make sure your not trying to set the time past the maximum allowable. (see programming past midnight page 9) Before contacting your installer, please have your air conditioners Model No. and Serial No. with you. (See page ) Re-Setting the Wall Control Re-Setting all functions for LM7 & LM4 Note: This does not reset the 7-day timeclock features on the LM7 wall controller. Make sure the air conditioner is in the position. Press and hold down, press and release DOWN, press and release / and then release All the display indicators will flash, with the / indicators flashing for a further 0 seconds. The wall control is now reset to the original factory settings. Re-Setting the timeclock (7-Day programmable model only) Note: This will reset all the 7-Day timeclock programs. Make sure the wall controller is in the position. Press and release button, then press and hold / button for seconds. All the display indicators will light up for approximately second and then all timeclock programs have been re-set to the original factory settings. 0
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