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Product
Registration
Record
Your
Model
and
Serial
Numbers
Record in the
space provided
below the
model
and serial
numbers.
On most
models, the serial plate is located on the outside of the cabinet. On some models,
remove the filter and look at the bottom
edge of the air conditioner
behind the
front grille for the model and serial numbers. Reading these numbers may be easier
by using a flashlight or by removing the cabinet front
as instructed
under "Care
and Cleaning."
Model
No.
Serial No.
Register
Your
Product
The self-addressed PRODUCT REGISTRATIONCARD should be filled
in completely,
signed and returned to the Frigidaire Company.
Contents
NOTE:
This
Owner's
Guide
provides
specific
operating
instructions
for
your
model. Usethe room air conditioner only
as
instructed
in
this
Owner's
Guide.
These
instructions
are
not
meant
to
cover
every
possible
condition
and
situation that may occur. Common sense
and
caution
must
be
practiced
when
installing,
operating,
and
maintaining
any appliance.
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Warranty
Product
Registration
Normal
Sounds
Important
Safety Instructions
Energy Saving Ideas
Vent/Dial
Plate/Front
Installation
Using Air Conditioner
Air Conditioner
Features
Care and Cleaning
Avoid
Service Checklist
Normal
Sounds
Sound of Rushing Air
At the front of the unit,
you may hear the sound
of rushing air being moved
by the fan.
Thermostat Clicki_
Sound
As cooling systems cycle on
and off, you may hear a
"clicking"
sound.
©
1996 White
Consolidated
Industries, Inc.
All rights reserved.
High Pitched
Chatter
Today's high efficient
compressors may have a
high pitched chatter during
the cooling cycle.
Vibration
Unit may vibrate and make
noise because of poor wall
or window
construction
or
incorrect installation.
Ping4ng or Swishing
Droplets of water hitting
condenser during normal
operation may cause
"pinging
or swishing"
sounds.
Gurgle/Hiss
"Gurgling
or hissing"
noise may be heard due to refrigerant
passing through
evaporation
during normal
operation.
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