Note: 1)If the TV receives Mono broadcasts, press the SAP button repeatedly, the word Mono appears on the screen . 2)When the TV receives Mono SAP broadcasts, press the SAP button repeatedly, the words Mono and SAP will alternate to appear on the screen. 3)When the TV receives Stereo broadcasts, press the SAP button repeatedly, the words Mono and Stereo will alternate to appear on the screen. 4)When the TV receives Stereo SAP broadcasts, press the SAP button repeatedly, the words Mono, Stereo an
2) The button [AUTO] is used to adjust position of picture automatic and it is effective only onVGA mode. The button [POSITION] is used to adjust the position ofpicture. The button [CLOCK] and [PHASE] can adjust quality of picture minutely, and they are used less. Auto Clock Phase Position I/p info 3) In HDTV mode ,Clock can not be select. 4) In DVI mode,I/P info can be select only. Teletext Operations Selecting teletext mode Select the channel that is broadcasting the desired Teletext program.
Contact the local distributor or after-sales service for further information. A. Wiring Only qualified professionals should carry out wiring of the appliance. Disconnect the power supply before completion of wiring, piping or checking the appliance. Voltages generated by the appliance is fatal. Read the electrical schematic diagram and explanation before installation. Improper installation and earth connection may result in fatal injury. Connect the earth as required by local wiring regulations.
The time can be set for one to twelve hours, in one hour steps. 1 — 2 Press the timer SET button (which advances the time displayed). The display changes immediately to its status previous to timer setting, but the ioN0] indication remains. • To check the status of the timer while it is counting down, press the timer SET button . Cancellation procedure: Press the CANCEL button once again. C STEP 1 STEP 1 STEP 2 2.TIMER OFF mode (Example) C It 1HR 0 0 HIGH POWER O 'S' ON© OFF ©
For heating operation - -/?» For dehumidifying operation -► C) For cooling operation -► ^ For automatic operation -► @) For fan operation -► STEP 2 To start the air conditioner, press the ON/OFF operation button. STEP 3 Press the TEMP setting button to change the temperature setting to the desired temperature . Adjustable temperature range: 30°C max. 16°C min. STEP 4 Set the FAN SPEED selector button to choose the fan speed you want. If the fan speed is set to @ M (Automatic), the fan speed s
Some radio equipment may cause maIfunction of the unit. If the troubIe happens, disconnect power and restart the air conditioner after a few minutes. REMOTE CONTROL receiver This section picks up infrared signals from the remote control unit (transmitter) POWER lamp This lamp lights when the air conditioner is in the operation mode.(But the compressor may not run at this time.) TIMER lamp This lamp lights when the system is being controlled by the timer. OPERATING lamp This lamp lights when
Cooling mode: When difference between room temperatureand set temperature is Fan speed RT .Y T+3..High T+3.. .. RT .Y T+1..Medium RT.. T+1.. Low Mild drying mode: When difference between room temperatureand set temperature is Fan speed RT .Y T+5..High T+5....RT .Y T+3..Medium T+2.. .U Rt.UT+3.. Low Heating mode: When difference between room temperatureand set temperature is Fan speed RT .Y T-3..High T-3....RT .U T-1..Medium T-1....Rt..T Low NOTE The above table assumes that the sensor on the rem
If there is sticky dust on the filter, wash the filter in lukewarm, soapy water, rinse it in clean water, and dry it. 1.With the .°C°A..± (meaning FRONT) mark facing you, slide the anti-mold filter up into the unit and then lower the handle into the groove on the unit. 2.After installing the anit-mold filter, press the locations marked by the arrows ( ) and close the air intake grille. Air intake grille Anti-mold filterThe air cleaning filter removes dust and dirt from the air, and reduces odors
This will damage the internal components and cause an electric shock hazard. Clean the casing and grille of the indoor unit with a vacuum cleaner brush, or wipe them with a clean, soft cloth. If these parts are stained, use a clean cloth moistened with a mild liquid deteraent. When cleaning the grille, be careful not to force the vanes out of place. CAUTION I.Never use solvents, or harsh chemicals when cleaning the indoor unit. Do not wipe the plastic casing using very hot water. 2.Some me