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OWNER'S MANUAL 38CG , CS018 - 030 40CG , CS018 - 030 Wall Console / Underceiling Duct Free Systems CONTENTS Page Page INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 INDOOR UNIT FRONT PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 INDOOR UNIT COIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 GENERAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,32 OUTDOOR UNIT COIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 OPERATING MODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONDENSATE DRAINS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 REMOTE CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 SYSTEM OPERATION CHECK LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 7 DIP SWITCH SETTINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ENERGY SAVING RECOMMENDATIONS . . . . . . . . . 8 UNIT OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 ( ; LEANING AND MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,87 AIR FILTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue , or change at any time , specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations . PC 111 Catalog No , 533 - 80052 Printed in U . S . A . Form OM38 / 40 - 2 Pg 1 2 - 02 Replaces : OM38 / 40 - 1
INTRODUCTION FAN ONLY In Fro1Only mode , the system filters and cir - culates rooln air without chanNng room air telnperamre . Thank you for choosing an Expressions Duct Free System . HEATING In Heating mode , the system heats and filters The stone pride in craftsmanship and enNneering knowledge roolTl air . that goes into equipment cooling the Astrodolne in Texas , the DEHUMIDIFICATION In Dehumidification mode , the Sistine Chapel in Rome , the U . S . Capitol Hall ofConmess , and system dries , filters and slightly cools rooln air temperature . thousands of other installations worldwide has gone into the construction of this unit . This mode does not take the place ofa dehmnidifier . AUTO In Auto mode , the system will automatically coot or Expressions Duct Free Systems provides quiet , maximum heat room air according to a selected telnperature ( set point ) . comtbrt . In addition to cooling and / or heating , the Duct Free System wilt filter and dehumidify the air in the room to provide If telnperamre of room air is lower than set point , the system maximum comfort . Depending on the specific application , the will operate in Heating mode . If temperature of room air is unit can be installed on a wall or a under ceiling . higher than set point , the system will operate in Cooling mode . Remote Control - - The relnote control transmits com - IMPORTANT : The Expressions Duct Free System mands to set up and operate the system . The controller has a should be installed by authorized personnel only , using window display panel that shows the current system stares . The approved tubing and accessories . If technical assistance , controller can be secured to a surface when used with the service or repair is needed , contact the installer or call mounting rack provided . See Fig . 1 . 1 - 800 - 227 - 7437 . GENERAL Handle the controller with care and avoid getting the con - The Duct Free System can be set up and operated fiom the troller wet . Damage to the device may result . remote control ( provided ) . See Fig . 1 . If the remote is mis - Do not leave remote control in a drawer or near a warm ! hot placed , the system can be operated fiom the " Auto " setting on appliance as the system will try to cool the environment the unit . arouM the controller . Operating Modes - - The duct flee system has 5 operat - ing modes : IMPORTANT : The remote control and unit continually â€¢ Cooling exchange information regarding room air temperature . When operating the remote control fiom the mounting â€¢ Fan Only rack , be sure there is a direct line of sight between the â€¢ Heating ( if applicable ) â€¢ Dehumidification controller and the unit . The controller can operate the â€¢ Auto unit fiom a distance of up to 23 ft as long as there are not any obstructions . COOLING In Cooling 1node , the system cools , dries and filters rooln air . 40CG , CS WALL CONSOLE ! UNDER CEILING UNIT REMOTE CONTROL + + , + - ooo + _ ; _ I , _ ow _ i _ ON / DEE EAN _ _ EOIUM UP / DOWN _ J PLEATING FUNCTION BUTTON OOWN _ IAOTO _ AUTO MOUNTING RACK REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS - - PROGRAMMING OPTIONS Fig . 1 - - Duct Free System
The relnote control cml pertbnn the following functions : NOTE : When translnitting a colrnnand tiom the controller to the unit , be sure to point the controller toward the right side of â€¢ Turn the system ON and OFF the unit . See Fig . 4 . The unit wilt contirln receipt of a com - â€¢ Select operating mode mand by sounding 2 audible beeps . â€¢ Adjust room air temperature and tan speed â€¢ Set time periods for automatic system operation BATTERY INSTALLATION Two AAA 1.5V alkaline onds , the remote control will remm to its previous batteries ( included ) are required for operation of the remote I IMPORTANT : If no changes are made within 10 sec - I setting . I control . See Fig . 2 tbr battery location . To install batteries : FAN SPEED To select the Fro1mode and chmlge the Fro1 Speed , follow the steps below : 1 . Remove battery compartlnent cover by sliding off of 1 . Press MODE button to select the Fan mode . remote . 2 . Press UP / DOWN button to select desired fan speed or 2 . Insert batteries being sure to follow polarity markings in - to Auto . side battery compartlnent . 3 . Press ON / OFF button to send changes to unit from re - 3 . Replace battery compartlnent cover . mote control . NOTE : Replace batteries whenever " Low battery " iMicator NOTE : If unit is operating in DEHUMIDIFICATION mode appears on remote control display panel . the fan will only operate in Low speed and cannot be changed . DISPLAY SCREEN There are five operating mode indica - TEMPERATURE SETTINGS The telnperature settings tors that appear on the relnote control display screen . See Fig . 3 . can be easily chaalgedby pointing the controller toward the unit and pressing the UP / DOWN button until desired temperature OPERATION appears on screen . The _ symbol appears each time the ON / OFF button is pressed . Remote Control Operation - - The relnote control has 3 buttons ( see Fig . 4 ) used for operating and controlling the Another way of changing the telnperamre is as follows : system : 1 . Select the temperature display by pressthg the MODE â€¢ MODE button changes operating mode button . The degee sylnbol will flash next to the digits on â€¢ UP / DOWN button selects desired operating mode the screen . â€¢ ON / OFF button turns the system on or off and trans - 2 . Press UP / DOW2 " , rbutton to select the desired tempera - mits programing selections to unit . ture . The available temperature range is tiom 54 F to 90 F . BACK OF 3 . Press ON / OFF button to send changes to unit tioln re - REMOTE CONTROL mote control . AIRFLOW DIRECTION Perform the following steps to 2 AAA 1,5V BATTERIES change the direction of airflow tiom the unit : 1 . Press MODE button to select the Sweep fanction . 2 . Press the top of the UP / DOWN button to move the air BATTE RY COM PARTM ENT deflector on the unit in aalup and do , a _ motion . The air - COVER flow sylnbol displays motion . 3 . Press the bottom of the UP / DOWN button . The airflow deflector stops at a given angle . The airflow symbol dis - play remains in a fxed position . Fig . 2 - - Location of Batteries on Remote Control 4 . Press ON / OFF button to seM changes to unit tiom re - mote control . NOTE : If placing the air deflector in a fixed position is chosen , the deflector stops at the angle th which it was located when the ON / OFF button was pressed . Â® SETTING CLOCK 1 . Slide down tiont cover of controller below ON / OFF but - COOLING HEATING ton . See FN . 4 . 2 . Press CLOCK button using the tip of a pen or paper clip . See Fig . 5 . & 3 . Press UP / DOWN button to set minutes . 4 . Press MODE button . The horn digits will flash . FAN ONLY DEHUMIDIFICATION 5 . Press to UP / DOWN button to set the hour . 6 . To confirm cunent clock settings , press CLOCK button once again using the tip of a pen or paper clip . The remote control will automatically go back to previous display mid the clock is displayed . AUTO Fig . 3 - - Operating Mode Indicators on Remote Control
INFRARED SIGNALTRANSMITTER WINDOW SENSOR CLOCK - _ - _ INDICATOR - - LOW BATTERY INDICATOR TIMER START / STOP ONE - TIME / DAILY INDICATORS UP / DOWN BUTTON MODE BUTTON OPERATION MODE INDICATORS - COOLING , FAN , HEATING , DEHUMIDIFICATION AUTO SENSOR ACTIVE INDICATOR FAN INDICATORS - LOW , MEDIUM , HIGH , AUTO SWEEP INDICATOR TIMER SET BUTTONS * ROOM TEMPERATURE BUTTON * BUTTON * SLIDE DOWN PANEL LOCAL SENSING BUTTON UNIT REMOTE * Buttons located behind slide down panel . Fig . 4 - Remote Control PROGRAMMING TIME PERIODS The duct fi'ee sys - tem can be progralrnned to operate at desired levels . Be sure to set the clock before pro _ alrnning the system . â€¢ Increments of time are in 10 minute intervals . â€¢ The Timer Start / Stop indicator light on the unit is on when a time period is set . See Fig . 4 . â€¢ The remote control displays the Start / Stop time of the time period that is closest to the current time . If the unit is ON , " STOP " and the time period is displayed . If the unit is OFF , " START " and the time period is displayed . IMPORTANT : Be sure to point the remote control ] toward the unit , ahite pressing the TIMER or SET buttons . I Settin _ Start / Stop Time Timer feature is used to set unit operation Start / Stop times . Three difl'erent time periods up to 10 hours apart and within 24 hours can be progralrnned using this l _ ature . 1 . Slide down fiont cover of controller below ON / OFF but - Fig . 5 - - Location of Clock Set Button ton . See Fig . 4 . on Remote Control
2 . Press the TIMER button . Each time the button is pressed the next Start or Stop set thne appears on the display . See Fig . 6 . SLEEPR TIME 3 . Press UP / DOWN button to set the time . INDICATOR i _ SLEEP . . . . . 1T7O20P . . . . . J _ aT _ , , 4 . To set another time period , press the TIMER SET button to go to another time period and repeat steps 2 and 3 MOOE FAN SWEEP above . 5 . Press the SET button to set the displayed time when done . & & See Fig . 7 . NOTE : If changes are not made within 10 secoMs , the remote O control will return to its previous display . To correct an error , the progrmnmed Thner settings must be cancelled and re - entered . See Canceling Daily Timer section . Fig . 8 - - Sleep Timer Indicator on Sleep Timer The Sleep Thner function allows the desired Remote Control Display temperature to be updated while the occupant is sleeping . The temperature in the room air gradually rises until this time peri - od is exited . The unit will then return to the previous tempera - Cancelin _ Dait Â¥ Timer This function wilt cancel the se - ture set . To set the Sleep Timer , follow the steps below : lected Daily Timer program . 1 . Slide down tiont cover of controller below ON / OFF but - 1 . Slide do , am t ? ont cover of controller below ON / OFF but - ton . See Fig . 4 . ton . See Fig . 4 . 2 . Press the TIMER button until Sleep function is reached . 2 . Press the TIMER button to select the time period that will 3 . Select the " SLEEP " thner period . be activated daily . 4 . Press UP / DOWN button to set the start thne and press 3 . Press the SET button and hold until the , asxd " DAILY " Timer button to set stop time . disappears on the display . 5 . Press the SET button to set the display time when done . 4 . Press the SET button again to remove the daily operation See Fig . 8 . fiom the selected time period . Be sure to point remote control toward the unit while pressing the SET button . Settin _ Daily Timer Time periods can be programmed to operate the system at set times during a 24 - hour period . This Cancelin _ Specific Start / Stop Time Period One or more timer function can be used for all 3 thne periods and sleep peri - timers can be cancelled by pertbnning the following steps : od described above . 1 . Slide down fiont cover of controller below ON / OFF but - NOTE : The daily timer operates only when there is a direct ton . See Fg . 4 . line of sight between the controller and the unit . 2 . Press the TIMER button and select desired Timer to can - 1 . Slide down fiont cover of controller below ON / OFF but - cel ( 1,2,3 or Sleep ) . ton . See Fig . 4 . 3 . Press CLEAR button to cancel the selected Timer period . 2 . Press the TIMER button to select the time period that wilt The Start / Stop times will disappear t ? om the display . be activated daily . 4 . Press the SET button to confirm the cancellation . Be sure 3 . Press and hold the SET button until the word " DAILY " to point remote control toward the unit while pressing the appears on the display . See Fig . 9 . SET button . 4 . Press the SET button again to confirm the daily operation Cancelin _ All Time Periods All timers can be cancelled by tbr the selected time period . Be sure to point remote con - performing the following steps : trol toward the unit while pressing the SET button . 1 . Slide down fiont cover of controller below ON / OFF but - ton . See Fig . 4 . 2 . Press the TIMER button . 3 . Press and hold the CLEAR button until all Start / Stop times disappear fiom the display . Fig . 6 - - Timer Display Set Up on Remote Control 4 . Check to be sure timer light is offon unit . 5 . Press the SET button to confirm the cancellation . Be sure to point the remote control toward the unit while pressing the SET button . ROOM AIR TEMPERATURE DISPLAY The current room air telnperature is automatically displayed when the remote TIMER _ il 2 s 5LEEP I " g2 Â° INDICATOR controller is powered oit _ To display the room air temperature il ) , q L Â¥ " _ when the unit is powered on : MO _ E FAk SWEEP 1 . Slide do'am t } ont cover of controller below ON / OFF button . See Fig . 4 . & 2 . Press the ROOM button . The current room air tempera - ture will be displayed for several seconds , then disappear . See Fig . 10 . 0 Fig . 7 - - Set Timer Indicator on Remote Control Display
To set Local Sense function : 1 . Slide down tiont cover of controller below ON / OFF 11 : % button . See Fig . 4 . sToP ( _ ) O DAILY 2 . Press the SENSE button . The " House " s3anbol will ap - . . . . . + J ? _ DA _ LY TIMER . . . . . - - pear on the display screen . See Fig . 12 . INDICATOR Non [ FAN SWEEP 3 . Place the remote connol in desired location in room . Be sure there is a direct line between the remote control and the unit . & To Cancel Local Sense function While in " Local Sense " function , press the SENSE button . The " House " symbol will 0 disappear from the display screen and Local Sense function will be canceled . Fig . 9 - - Daily Timer Indicator on Remote Control Display II : % Fig . 10 - Room Air Temperature Indicator on Remote Control Display + + o , + + o DAILY DELAYED START / STOP This function will delay the Start / Stop function in increments of 1 hour . Delayed Start / Stop PROGRAMMING DISPLAYWITH UNIT ON can be progrmrnned with the unit turned ON or OFE With the unit turned ON : 1 . Slide down front cover of controller below ON / OFF I : % button . See Fig . 4 . 2 . Press the DELAY button . The clock will a & ance 1 ehoure and the word " STOP " and number + ' 3 " will flash . S Fig . 11 . 3 . Press the DELAY button once to advance the clock an ad - ditional hour until desired delayed thne is reached . Be sure to point the remote control toward the unit while pressing the DELAY button . 4 . The word + ' STOP " will stop flashing when the colrnnand has been transmitted and receNed by the unit . With the unit turned OFF : 1 . Slide do , a _ front cover of controller below ON / OFF button . See Fig . 4 . 2 . Press the DELAY button . The clock will a & ance 1 hour and the word " START " and number " 3 " will flash . See PROGRAMMING DISPLAYWITH UNIT OFF Fig . 11 . Fig . 11 - - Delayed Start / Stop Indicators on 3 . Press the DELAY button once to a & ance the clock an ad - Remote Control Display ditional hour until desired delayed thne is reached . Be sure to point the relnote control toward file unit while pressing the DELAY button . 4 . The word " START " will stop flashing when the com - o mand has been transmitted and received by the unit . LOCAL 17g - - SENSE Cancelin _ Delayed Start / Stop To cancel the Delayed Start / INDICATOR Stop function , follow the instructions in Canceling Specific MODE FAN SWEEP Start / Stop Time Period section . NOTE : The Delay setting is stored in Time period 3 . LOCAL SENSE FUNCTION ( 2 - Way Remote Control ) The local sense function allows the remote control to operate by transmitting the room air temperature to the unit at regular . intervals t ? om wherever the controller is located in the room . = = The unit will then operate to make the air near the remote con - trol reach the desired temperature . Fig . 12 - - Local Sense Indicator on Remote Control Display
Unit Operation ( Fig . 13and 14 ) - - The system can UNIT OPERATION SWITCH be operated froln the unit in the evem the relnote control is not / working or is misplaced . TURN UNIT ON Slide the Operation Switch on the unit to the Auro position . The unit will operate at a temperature set - ting of 74 F and wilt autolnaticatly select the required operation mode and fan speed to maintain this setting . TURN UNIT OFF Slide the Operation Switch on the unit to the OFF position . REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION To return the sys - tem to Relnote Control operation , slide the Operation Switch on the unit to the REMOTE position . The remote control ( CLOSE UP VIEW ) will now operate the system . Refer to Relnote Control Oper - ation section for relnote control instructions . Fig . 13 - - 40CG , CS Indoor Unit Display Panel CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE 5 . Shake filter to relnove excess water and dry thoroughly . 6 . Replace filter by sliding filter behind front grille until fil - To avoid the possibility of electric shock , always turn off ter snaps in place . See Fig . 15 . power to the system before pertbnning any cleaning or 7 . Slide Operatkm Switch on unit to OFF position to cancel maintenance to the system . Turn offthe outdoor disconnectt Filter status lmnp . switch located near outdoor unit . Be sure to disconnec 8 . Slide Operation Switch on unit to REMOTE position to iMoor unit if on a separate switch . resume remote control operation . Indoor Unit Front Panel - To clean the front panel on the indoor unit , wipe the outside with a soft , dry cloth . Ifneces - salT , a mild liquid detergent can be applied and wiped offwith Operating the system with dirty air flters may damage the a dry cloth . iMoor unit and could cause reduced cooling performance . Intermittent system operation , fost build - up on indoor coil and blo , a _ fuses may also result fiom system operation with dirty air filters . When cleaning the fom panel , do not use water hotter than Air Filters - - Remove and clean the air filters when the 105 F and do not pour , a _ ater onto the fan coil . Filter lmnp on the unit display panel is lit . See Fig . 14 and 15 . Do not use abrasive or petroleum based cleaners as they NOTE : If air filters show siNls of excessive wear or are tom , may damage the font panel . they must be replaced . Contact your local dealer for replace - ment filters . Indoor Unit Coil - - To clean the indoor unit coil , relnove the from panel and vacuum the coil fins . Avoid bending or 1 . Open font panel on unit . damaging the fins . 2 . Pull tilters down to remove . 3 . Vacuum filters . 4 . Clean with warm water . LAMPS FEATURE DESCRIPTION A Infrared Receiver Receives transmissions from the remote controller B FILTER Lamp Lights when the air filters require cleaning C AIR CON Lamp Lights when the air conditioner operates Flashes when defrosting D TIMER Lamp Lights when TIMER Start or Stop time is set E POWER Lamp Lights when the air conditioner is connected to the electrical supply of the proper line voltage F IMPEDANCE Lamp Lights when a voltage problem exits G COMPRESSOR Lamp Lights when compressor operates Flashes when the air conditioner is on standby H PRESSURE Lamp Lights as low pressure warning Flashes as a high pressure warning I Operation Switch Turns the air conditioner ON , OFF , or puts it in AUTO operation Fig . 14 - - 40CG , CS Indoor Unit Display Panel Features
DIP Switch Settings - he remote control contains seven DIP switches , located in the battery comparnnent , t _ xs _ of which control special system characteristics . See Fig . 16 . The DIP switch default positions are set according to the model air coMitioner installed , as per the folbwing table . SWITCH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 POSITION ON OFF OFF OFF OFF ON OFF Switch No . 3 should be set as follows : OFF ( default ) When only one air conditioner is installed in the room . ON When there are two air conditioners with remote controllers installed in the room , in one of the remote control - lers this switch must be in the ON position . To activate the newM switch setting , simultaneously press the MODE and ROO buttons . 7 Switch No . 4 should be set as tbllows : OFF Displays temperature in Â° C , with a 24 - hour clock format . ON Displays temperature in Â° F , with a 12 - hour clock Fig . 15 - Removing Air Filters ( PM indictor ) tbnnat . To operate the special systems characteristics : Outdoor Unit Coil - - To cleml the outdoor unit coil fol - 1 . Remove the batteries . low the steps below : 2 . Set the DIP switches to the required positions . 3 . Wait approximately 2 minutes and return batteries to proper position . Sharp fins and other metal parts on the outdoor unit coil Energy Saving Recommendations - - he tbtlow - can cause personal injury during cleaning . ing recolrnnendations will add greater efficiency to the duct l ? ee system : 1 . Relnove any dirt , debris or obstruction tiom dischaNe â€¢ Select a comfortable thennostat setting and leave it at opening . chosen setting . Avoid continually raising and lowering 2 . Use a garden hose to spray water on coil . Be sure to spray the setting . between coil fins to relnove any debris that may inhibit â€¢ Keep unit tilter clean . Frequent cleaning may be neces - heat transfer . saw depending on indoor air quality . Condensate Drains - - Clean all condensate drains at â€¢ Use drapes , curtains or shades to keep direct sunlight from heating room on very hot days . the start of each cooling season . Check the flow by pouring wa - ter into the drain . â€¢ Do not obstruct front grille air intake on front panel . â€¢ Turn on air conditioning be % re indoor air becomes too System Operation Check List - - he items outlined uncomfortable . in the tbtlowing list will help to assure proper system operation : â€¢ Be sure unit is connected directly to electrical supply . â€¢ Replace both remote control batteries at the same time ON when the Low Battery symbol appears . â€¢ Point the remote control toward the unit display panel OFF when transmitting a command . â€¢ Place the remote control in a location where there is a 1234567 direct line for transmission of data to the unit . â€¢ Select a moderate temperature setting . Extreme tempera - tures waste electricity . â€¢ Keep doors and windows closed while unit is operating . \ â€¢ Close air vents in unoccupied rooms to save electricity . â€¢ Contact an authorized service representative if a probtem arises that cannot be easily resolved . â€¢ Do not perform cleaning or maintenance activities while unit is on . â€¢ Keep remote control out of direct sunlight and heat . â€¢ Keep display panel on unit away tiom direct sunlight and heat as this may interfere with remote control transmissions . â€¢ Do not block air intakes and outlets on the indoor or out - Fig . 16 - - DIP Switch Location in Remote Control door units .
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Refer to the Troubleshooting Guide below bet _ ) re contacting your local deaten PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION â€¢ No command transmitted to unit . â€¢ Press the ON / OFF button . Unit / system does not work â€¢ Unit did not receive transmitted command . â€¢ Make sure that remote control is pointed at unit during command transmission . â€¢ Unit is not properly connected . â€¢ Check electrical connection . POWER Lamp is not lit â€¢ Automatic circuit breaker switches to OFE â€¢ Reset breaker . â€¢ Fuse burned . â€¢ Replace fuse . FILTER Lamp is lit â€¢ Filters require cleaning . â€¢ Remove and clean filters . â€¢ Move the operation switch to OFF , then REMOTE . â€¢ Desired temperature setting is higher than Lower the desired temperature setting . room air temperature when operating in the COOLING mode . â€¢ Desired temperature setting is lower than Raise the desired temperature setting . Unit is working , but does not room air temperature when operating in the perform the required operation HEATING mode . â€¢ The control system is malfunctioning . Move the operation switch to OFF , then REMOTE . Place the remote control where there is a direct â€¢ There is no direct line of sight between the remote control and the unit . line of sight to the unit . â€¢ Incorrect operation or malfunction . â€¢ Move the operation switch to OFF , then to REMOTE . Various indicator lamps behave Restart the unit . If the problem persists , call service other than listed in previous table personnel . â€¢ The operation switch on the Display Panel â€¢ Move the operation switch to the REMOTE position . Unit does not operate with the is in the AUTO or OFF position . remote control â€¢ The remote control batteries are weak . â€¢ Replace the batteries . â€¢ The remote control is malfunctioning . â€¢ Turn the unit ON and OFF using the operation switch . â€¢ Call Service Personnel . The remote control of another â€¢ Both remote control are transmitting on the air conditioner interferes with same wavelength . unit operation
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Copyright 2002 Carrier Corporation Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue _ or change at any time , specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations , PC 111 Catalog No . 533 - 80052 Printed in U , S . A . Form OM38 / 40 - 2 Pg 12 2 - 02 Replaces : OM38 / 40 - 1