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Air Conditioner
Features
(continued)
Figure 1 (OFF)
Figure 2 (FRESH AIR)
Figure 3 (VENT)
Automatic
Thermostat
(some models)
When a COOL or HEAT (some models) setting is selected, the thermostat
controls
the amount of cooling or heating by automatically turning
the cooling compressor
or heater on and off in response to the room temperature.
Set the thermostat
at the highest number for the coldest setting for cooling,
and
the lowest
number for warmer
settings
in the HEAT mode.
Once the room
has
reached the desired temperature,
adjust the thermostat to a number providing the
most comfortable
amount
of cooling
or heating.
Higher
numbers
provide lower
room temperatures.
Lower numbers provide warmer room temperatures.
Night
Time
Cooling
When outside temperatures
drop below 70°F (21°C) and the unit is cooling,
frost
may form on the coils and block airflow into the room. If this occurs, operate the air
conditioner
on the FAN setting (or CONSTANT FAN/HIGH on Energy Saver models)
to defrost the coil.
If cooling while the outside temperature
is low, set the thermostat
to the middle
position. Make sure the louvers are open. This will
help prevent frost build-up.
Fresh
Air
Vent
Control
The Fresh Air Vent allows the air conditioner
to
recirculate inside air (OFF), draw
air into the room (FRESH-AIR)or exhaust stale air to the outside (VENT). See Figures
1, 2 & 3 for this operation.
The "OFF" position is used when
MAXIMUM
cooling is desired. It may also be
for room air re-circulation
without
cooling when the selector switch
is set to the
FAN position, this will also filter the room air.
The FRESH-AIRposition allows outside air to be drawn into the room to refresh
the inside room air.
The VENT-position removes stale air from
the
room
and exhausts it to
the
outside.
Any vent position can be used with
any fan selection.
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