Portable Air ConditionerInstruction ManualWA-1288EThank you for purchasing our Portable Air Conditioner.Before using your air conditioner, please read this instruction manual carefully and keep it for future reference.READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
ContentsParts Identification2Safety nance16Troubleshooting17Design and Compliance Notes18Warranty19
Parts Identificationcontrol panelremote signal receptorhorizontal louver controllever(adjust manually)handle(both sides)air filter(behind the grille)vertical louver control upper air intakelever(adjust manually)drain outletExhaust air outletlower air intakeCasterfrontbottom traydrain outletrear
Safety PrecautionsThis symbol indicates that ignoring instructions may cause death or serious injury.WARNING: To prevent death or injury to the user or other people and property damage, the following instructionsmust be followed. Incorrect operation due to ignoring of instructions may cause death, harm or damage.-Installation must be performed according to the installation-DO NOT install your air conditioner in a wet room such asinstructions. Improper installation can cause water leakage,a bathroom or laundry room. Too much exposure to waterelectrical shock, or ﬁre.can cause electrical components to short circuit.-Use only the included accessories and parts, and speciﬁed-DO NOT install the unit in a location that may be exposedtools for the installation. Using non-standard parts canto combustible gas, as this could cause ﬁre.cause water leakage, electrical shock, ﬁre, and injury or-The unit has wheels to facilitate moving. Make sure not toproperty damage.use the wheels on thick carpet or to roll over objects, as-Make sure that the outlet you are using is grounded andthese could cause tipping.has the appropriate voltage. The power cord is equipped-DO NOT operate a unit that it has been dropped or damaged.with a three-prong grounding plug to protect against shock.-Do not touch the unit with wet or damp hands or when barefoot.Voltage information can be found on the side of the unit,-DO NOT allow children to play with the air conditioner.behind the grille.Children must be supervised around the unit at all times.-Install the unit on a ﬂat, sturdy surface. Failure to do so-If the air conditioner is knocked over during use, turn off thecould result in damage or excessive noise and vibration.unit and unplug it from the main power supply immediately.-The unit must be kept free from obstruction to ensureVisually inspect the unit to ensure there is no damage. If youproper function and to mitigate safety hazards.suspect the unit has been damaged, contact a technician or-DO NOT modify the length of the power cord or use ancustomer service for assistance.extension cord to power the unit. DO NOT share a single-In a thunderstorm, the power must be cut off to avoid damageoutlet with other electrical appliances. Improper powerto the machine due to lightning.supply can cause ﬁre or electrical shock.-Turn off the product when not in use.
CautionsCautions-This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and person with reduced physical, sensory ormental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerninguse of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play the appliance. Cleaningand user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.-This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including childern) with reduced physical, sensory or mentalcapabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerninguse of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. (be applicable for other countries except the EuropeanCountries )-Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.-If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer,its service agent or similarly qualified personsin order to avoid a hazard.-Prior to cleaning or other maintenance, the appliance must be disconnected from the power outlet.-Do not remove any fixed covers. Never use this appliance if it is not working properly, or if it has been dropped or damaged.-Do not run cord under carpeting. Do not cover cord with throw rugs, runners, or similar coverings. Do not route cordunder furniture or appliances. Arrange cord away from traffic area and where it will not be tripped over.-Do not operate unit with a damaged cord plug, power fuse or circuit breaker. Discard unit or return to an authorized servicefacility for examination and/or repair.-To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not use this fan with any solid-state speed control device.-The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.-Contact the authorized service technician for repair or maintenance of this unit.-Contact the authorized installer for installation of this unit.-Do not cover or obstruct the inlet or outlet grilles.-Do not use this product for functions other than those described in this instruction manual.-Before cleaning, turn off the power and unplug the unit.-Disconnect the power if strange sounds, smell, or smoke comes from it.
InstallationChoosing The Right LocationRecommend Installation50cm19.7inchYour installation location should meet the following requirements:-Make sure that you install your unit on an even surface to minimizenoise and vibration.-The unit must be installed near a grounded plug, and the bottom traydrain outlet (found on the back of the unit) must be accessible.-The unit should be located at least 30cm (12”) from the nearest wallto ensure proper air ventilation.-DO NOT cover the Intakes, Outlets or Remote Signal Receptor of theunit, as this could cause damage to the unit.
InstallationTools Needed-Medium Philips screwdriver; -Tape measure or ruler; -Knife or scissors;-Saw (optional, to shorten window adaptor for narrow windows)AccessoriesYour Window Installation Kit ﬁts windows 67.5-123cm(26.5-48”) and canbe shortened for smaller windows.PartWindow Installation KitStep One: Preparing the Exhaust Hose assemblyPress the exhaust hose into the window slider adaptor and unit adaptor,clamp automatically by elastic buckles of the adaptors.Exhaust hoseExhaust hoseassemblyUnit AdaptorQuantity1 pcExhaust Hose1 pcWindow Slider Adaptor1 pcBoltWindow Slider A1 pc1 pcWindow Slider B1 pcFoam Seal A (Adhesive)2 pcFoam Seal B (Adhesive)2 pcFoam Seal C (Non-adhesive)1 pcSecurity Bracket and 2 Screws1 setStep Three: Preparing the Adjustable Window SliderDrain Hose1 pc1. Depending on the size of your window, adjust the size of thewindow slider.2. If the length of the window requires two window sliders, use the boltto fasten the window sliders once they are adjusted to the properlength.BoltDescriptionRemote Controller and Battery(For remote control models only)1 setUnit adaptorWindow slideradaptorStep Two: Install the Exhaust hose assembly to the unitPush the Exhaust hose into the airoutlet opening of the unit along thearrow direction.Window slider AWindow slider B
InstallationNote: Once the Exhaust Hose assembly and Adjustable Window Sliderare prepared, choose from one of the following two installation methods.Type 1: Hung Window InstallationFoam seal B(Adhesive type-shorter)Window slider AWindow slider B(if required)Foam seal A(Adhesive type)Cut the adhesive foam seal Aand B strips to the properlengths, and attach them tothe window sash and frameas shown.Insert the window sliderassembly into the windowopening.Insert the window slider adaptorinto the hole of the window slider.Type 2: Sliding Window InstallationFoam seal B(Adhesive type-shorter)Window slider B(if required)Foam seal A(Adhesive type)Window slider AFoam seal C(Non-adhesive type)Security Bracket2 ScrewsCut the non-adhesive foamseal C strip to match the widthof the window. Insert the sealbetween the glass and thewindow frame to prevent airand insects from getting intothe room.If desired, install the securitybracket with 2 screws as shown.Cut the adhesive foam seal Aand B strips to the properlengths, and attach them tothe window sash and frameas shown.Insert the window sliderassembly into the windowopening.
InstallationFoam seal C(Non-adhesive type)SecurityBracket2 ScrewsCut the non-adhesive foamseal C strip to match thewindow height. Insert the foamseal between the glass and thewindow frame to prevent airand insects from getting intothe room.If desired, install the securitybracket with 2 screws as shown.Insert the window slider adaptorinto the hole of the window slider.Note: To ensure proper function, DO NOT overextend or bend the hose.Make sure that there is no obstacle around the air outlet of the exhausthose (in the range of 20'') in order to the exhaust system worksproperly. All the illustrations in this manual are for explanation purposeonly. Your air conditioner may be slightly different. The actual shapeshall prevail.
OperationMODE buttonSelects the appropriate operating mode.Each time you press the button, a modeis selected in a sequence that goes fromCOOL, FAN and DRY .The mode indicatorlight illuminates under the different modesetting.NOTE: On above modes, the unit operatesthe fan speed automatically. You canset fan speed only by the remote controlleron COOL and FAN modes.Up ( ) and Down (-) buttonsUsed to adjust (increasing/decreasing)temperature settings in 1 C/1 Fincrements in a range of 17 C/62 F to30 C/86 F.NOTE: The control is capable of displayingtemperature in degrees Fahrenheit ordegrees Celsius. To convert from one tothe other, press and hold the Up and Downbuttons at the same time for 3 seconds.Power buttonPower switch on/off.LED displayPowerindicator lightTimer mode indicatorlight (set only byremote controller)Shows the set temperature while on cool mode. While on DRYand FAN modes, it shows the room temperature.Shows Error codes:E1-Room temperature sensor error.E2-Evaporator temperature sensor error.E4-Display panel communication error.Shows protection code:P1-Bottom tray is full--Connect the drain hose and drain thecollected water away.If protection repeats,call for service.Note: When one of the above malfunctions occurs, turn off theunit, and check for any obstructions. Restart the unit, if themalfunction is still present, turn off the unit and unplug the powercord. Contact the manufacturer or its service agents or a similarqualified person for service.
OperationOperation InstructionsCOOL operation-Press the "MODE" button until the "COOL" indicator light comes on.-Press the ADJUST buttons " " or "-" to select your desired roomtemperature. The temperature can be set within a range of17 C 30 C/62 F 86 F.-Press the "FAN SPEED" button on the remote cotroller to choose thefan speed.DRY operation-Press the "MODE" button until the "DRY" indicator light comes on.-Under this mode, you cannot select a fan speed or adjust thetemperature. The fan motor operates at LOW speed.-Keep windows and doors closed for the best dehumidifying effect.-Do not put the duct to window.FAN operation-Press the "MODE" button until the "FAN " indicator light comes on.-Press the "FAN SPEED" button on the remote cotroller to choose thefan speed. The temperature can not be adjusted.-Do not put the duct to window.Other featuresSLEEP/ECO operationThis feature can be activated from the remote control ONLY.To activate SLEEP feature, the set temperature will increase by1 C/2 F) in 30 minutes. The set temperature will then increaseby another 1 C/2 F) after an additional 30 minutes. This newtemperature will be maintained for 7 hours before it returns to theoriginally selected temperature. This ends the Sleep mode and the unitwill continue to operate as originally programmed.NOTE: This feature is unavailabe under FAN or DRY mode.AUTO-RESTARTIf the unit breaks off unexpectedly due to the power cut,it will restartwith the previous function setting automatically when the powerresumes.WAIT 3 MINUTES BEFORE RESUMING OPERATIONAfter the unit has stopped, it can not be restarted operation in thefirst 3 minutes. This is to protect the unit. Operation will automaticallystart after 3 minutes.AIR FLOW DIRECTION ADJUSTMENTAdjust the air flow direction manually:-The louver can be set to the desired position manually.-Do not place any heavy objects or other loads on the louver, doing sowill cause damage to the unit.-Ensure the louver is fully opened under heating operation.-Keep the louver fully opened during operation.
OperationWater drainage-During dehumidifying modes, remove the drain plug from the back ofthe unit, install the drain connector(5/8" universal female mender) with3/4" hose(locally purchased). For the models without drain connector,just attach the drain hose to the hole. Place the open end of the hosedirectly over the drain area in your basement floor.NOTE:When the continuous drain hose is not used, ensure that the drainplug and knob are installed firmly to prevent leakage.Continuousdrain hoseFig.20Use the remote controller within a distance of 8m (26 ft) from theappliance, pointing it towards the receiver.When setting the timer, the remote will automatically transmitsignal to the unit at the specified time.Note: if remote is kept in a position that hinders proper signaltransmission, a time lag of up to 15 minutes may occur.CAUTIONSRemove thedrain plug-When the water level of the bottom trayreaches a predetermined level, the unitbeeps 8 times, the digital display areashows "P1" . At this time the airconditioning/dehumidification process willimmediately stop. However, the fan motorwill continue to operate(this is normal).Carefully move the unit to a drain location,remove the bottom drain plug and let thewater drain away. Reinstall the bottomdrain plug and restart the machine untilthe "P1" symbol disappears. If the errorrepeats, call for service.NOTE: Be sure to reinstall the bottomdrain plug firmly to prevent leakagebefore using the unit.Handling the remote controllerLocation of the remote controller- The air conditioner will not respond if curtains, doors or other barriers blockthe signal from the remote controller to the unit.- Prevent any liquid from coming in contact with the remote controller.- Do not expose the remote controller to direct sunlight or heat.- If the infrared signal receiver on the unit is exposed to direct sunlight, the airconditioner may not respond. Close curtains/blinds to block sunlight fromfalling on the receiver.- If other electrical appliances react to the remote controller, move thoseappliances if possible.Installing / Replacing Batteries.Bottom drainplugFig.21The remote controller is powered by two AAAbatteries. The batteries are housed in the backof the remote, protected by a cover.1. Remove the cover by pressing down and slidingoff (according to arrow direction).2. Remove old batteries and insert new batteries,placing the ( ) and (-) ends correctly.3. Replace cover by sliding it back into position.After replacing batteries, set the clock on the remotecontroller (refer to page 14).
OperationCAUTION- Do not mix old and new batteries of a different type.- Remove batteries if the remote controller is not to be used forextended period of time. Battery leakage may occur and damagethe remote.- Keep the remote controller away from all liquids.- Protect the remote controller from high temperatures and directsunlight.- Keep controller away from EMI (Electro-Magnetic Interference)supplied by other appliances.NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with thelimits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection againstharmful interference in a residential installation. This equipmentgenerates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if notinstalled and used in accordance with the instructions, may causeharmful interference to radio communications. However, there is noguarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. Ifthis equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or televisionreception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off andon, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one ormore of the following measures:- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from thatto which the receiver is connected.- Consult an experienced technician for help.Fig.221. ON/OFF ButtonPower button, press to turn unit ON/OFF.2. MODE ButtonEach time the button is pressed, the operationmode is selected in the following sequence:COOL - DRY - FAN3. TEMP/TIME Buttons- Push to increase temperature setting or Timer duration.- Push to decrease temperature setting or Timer duration.NOTE: press and hold and buttons simultaneously for 3 secondswill alternate the temperature display between C and F scale.4. RESET ButtonIf the recessed Reset button is pressed, all current settings will be cancelledand the controller will be reset to default.5. SLEEP ButtonPress to activate or disable Sleep function. Select this function during thesleeping hours to maintain the most comfortable temperature and save energy.- Only available under COOL mode.- When Sleep mode is activated, set temperature will increase by 1 C/2 Fafter 30 minutes. After another 30 minutes, set temperature will againincrease by 1 C/2 F. This new temperature will be maintained for 7 hours,then set temperature will return to original set temperature. This ends theSleep mode and unit will continue to operate as originally programmed.Note: Sleep function would be cancelled if the following buttons are pressed:ON/OFF, MODE or FAN.
Operation6. FAN SPEED ButtonPress to select the fan speed in three steps: LOW - MED - HIGH.Transmission IndicatorIndicator lights up whenever remote istransmitting signals to the AC unit.7. TIMER ButtonUsed to program TIMER ON or TIMER OFF.Mode IndicatorIndicates the current operating mode:Cool8. CANCEL ButtonApplies to Timer settings:- If Timer On, Timer On-Off or Timer Off-On feature has been set,pressing the Cancel button will override the Timer program and turnoff unit.- If Timer Off is set, pressing the Cancel button will cancel timer offsetting and turn unit on (if unit is off).- If no Timer feature has been set, pressing the Cancel button will haveno action.9. CLOCK ButtonPress to set the time.10. LED ButtonPress to turn off the display on the unit, press again to light the display11. LOCK ButtonWhen pressed, all current settings are locked in and the remotecontroller will not respond to any actions except LOCK. Press again tocancel Lock mode.DryFanFig.23ON/OFF IndicatorThis indicator will be displayed when unit is operating.Temperature DisplayDisplays the set temperature. .If FAN mode is selected, there will be no displayLOCK IndicatorIndicates the remote is locked.Fan Speed IndicatorIndicates the selected fan speed: Auto, Low,Medium or High. Displays Auto when in Dry mode.Sleep IndicatorIndicates the Sleep feature is activated.Time DisplayIndicates Timer On/Off or clock time.Clock time is displayed only when no timer is set.To check time when Timer feature is operating,press the Clock button.Note: All displays on the remote controller areshown for illustration purposes only.
OperationSetting the ClockSet the clock before you start operating the air conditioner. The clockwill be displayed on the remote control panel regardless if air conditioneris in use or not.1. After batteries are inserted in the remote, the clock panel will display“12:00”.2. Press and hold the CLOCK button for 3 seconds, the time will flash.3. Press (forward) or (backward) buttons to set time.4. Each press of the button will move the time forward or backward byone minute. Press and hold to move the time forward/backward in10-minute intervals.5. Once the right time is achieved, press the CLOCK button or release / button and wait for 5 seconds. The clock stops flashing, timehas been set.Note: The clock time must be set before Timer feature can be set. If youadjust the clock time after setting On/Off Timer, the remote will send theadjusted timer information to the unit.CAUTION: Static electricity or other factors (in case of extremely highvoltage) can cause remote controller clock to reset. If your remotecontroller is reset (flashing 12:00), readjust the clock before operation.COOL / FAN operation1. Press the MODE button to select COOL or FAN mode.2. Press the / button to set desired temperature (COOL mode only).3. Press the FAN button to select fan speed: Auto, Low, Med or High.4. If the unit is off, press ON/OFF button to start operation. PressON/OFF button again to stop operation.DRY (Dehumidifying) operationEnsure the unit is plugged in and power is available.1. Press the MODE button to select DRY mode.2. Press the / button to set desired temperature.3. If the unit is off, press ON/OFF button to start operation. Press ON/OFFbutton again to stop operation.NOTE: In Dry mode, fan speed is automatically controlled and cannot beadjusted.TIMER operation1. Press the TIMER button and the remote flashes “0.0” next to either Timer-On or Timer-Off indicator.2. Set desired time by pressing to move forward or to move backward.- Press or hold the / button to move time by 0.5 hour increments, up to10 hours, then by 1 hour increments up to 24 hours.- The selected time will register in 3 seconds after setting.3. After setting the timer for Timer-On or Timer-Off, check the Timer indicatoron the display panel is illuminated.To Cancel: press the CANCEL button will remove all timer settings.To change setting, repeat steps 1 to 3.NOTE:- When timer operation is set, the remote controller automatically transmitsthe timer signal to the unit at the specified time. Therefore, keep the remotecontroller in a location from which it can transmit the signal to the unit properly.- Timer setting is limited to 24 hours.
OperationExamples of Timer SettingFig.24Fig.25TIMER-ON: this feature is useful when you want theunit to automatically turn on at a certain time (likebefore you return home from work). Example, start ACin 8 hours:1. Press the TIMER button until the Timer-On indicatoris displayed and setting time is flashing.2. Press / button until “8.0” is displayed.3. Release / button and wait for 3 seconds. Theset time stops flashing, timer is set.Fig.26TIMER-OFF: this feature is useful when you want theunit to automatically turn off at a certain time (likeafter you go to bed).Example, stop the AC after 6 hours:1. Press the TIMER button until the Timer-Off indicatoris displayed andsetting time is flashing.2. Press / button until “6.0” is displayed.3. Release / button and wait for 3 seconds. Theset time stops flashing, timer is set.Fig.27COMBINED TIMER (Timer-Off - Timer On)This feature is useful when you want the unit to stopafter you go to bed and to start again in the morningwhen you wake up.Example, stop the AC after 2 hours and start again10 hours after setting:1. Press the TIMER button until the Timer-Off indicatoris displayed and setting time is flashing.2. Press / button until “2.0” is displayed.3. Press the TIMER button again to display Timer-Onindicator.4. Press / button until “10.0” is displayed.5. Release buttons and wait for 3 seconds. The settime stops flashing, timer is set.COMBINED TIMER (Timer-On - Timer Off)This feature is useful when you want the unit to startbefore you wake up and stop after your leave the house.Example, start the AC 5 hours after setting and stop8 hours after setting:1. Press the TIMER button until the Timer-On indicatoris displayed and setting time is flashing.2. Press / button until “5.0” is displayed.3. Press the TIMER button again to display Timer-Offindicator.4. Press / button until “8.0” is displayed.5. Release buttons and wait for 3 seconds. The set timestops flashing, timer is set.
MaintenanceClean the UnitWARNING:-Always unplug the unit before cleaning or servicing.-DO NOT use ﬂammable liquids or chemicals to clean the unit.-DO NOT wash the unit under running water. Doing so causeselectrical danger.-DO NOT operate the machine if the power supply was damagedduring cleaning. A damaged power cord must be replaced with anew cord from the manufacturer.Clean the Air FilterAir filter(take out)CAUTIONDO NOT operate the unitwithout filter because dirtand lint will clog it andreduce performance.Remove the air filterMaintenance Tips-Be sure to clean the air ﬁlter every 2weeks for optimal performance.-The water collection tray should bedrained immediately after P1 error occurs,and before storage to prevent mold.-In households with animals, you will haveto periodically wipe down the grill toprevent blocked airﬂow due to animal hair.Clean the unit using a damp, lint-free cloth and mild detergent. Dry theunit with a dry, lint-free cloth.Store the unit when not in use-Drain the unit’s bottom tray according to the instructions inthe following section.-Run the appliance on FAN mode for 12 hours in a warm room to dryit and prevent mold.-Turn off the appliance and unplug it.-Clean the air ﬁlter according to the instructions in the previous section.Reinstall the clean, dry ﬁlter before storing.-Remove the batteries from the remote control.Be sure to store the unit in a cool, dark place. Exposure todirect sunlight or extreme heat can shorten the lifespanof the unit.
TroubleshootingPlease check the machine according to the following form before asking for maintenance:ProblemUnit does not turnon when pressingON/OFF but tonUnit does not coolwellPossible CauseTroubleshootingP1 Error CodeThe Bottom Tray is full.Turn off the unit, drain the waterfrom the Bottom Tray and restart the unit.In COOL mode: roomtemperature is lower thanthe set temperatureReset the temperatureThe air ﬁlter is blocked withdust or animal hairTurn off the unit and clean theﬁlter according to instructionsExhaust hose is notconnected or is blockedTurn off the unit, disconnect thehose, check for blockage andreconnect the hoseThe unit is low onrefrigerantTemperature setting is toohighThe windows and doors inthe room are openCall a service technician to inspectthe unit and top off refrigerantDecrease the set temperatureMake sure all windows and doorsare closedThe room area is too large/small Double-check the cooling areaThere are heat sourcesinside the roomRemove the heat sources ifpossibleThe unit is noisyand vibrates toomuchThe ground is not levelPlace the unit on a ﬂat, levelsurfaceTurn off the unit and clean thﬁlter according to instructionsThe unit makes agurgling soundThis sound is caused by theﬂow of refrigerant insidethe unitThe air ﬁlter is blocked withdust or animal hairThis is normal
Design and Compliance NotesDesign NoticeIn order to ensure the optimal performance of our products, thedesign speciﬁcations of the unit and remote control are subjectto change without prior notice.Energy Rating InformationThe Energy Rating for this unit is based on an installationusing an un-extended exhaust duct without window slideradaptor (as shown in the Installation section of this manual).At the same time, the unit must be operate on the COOLMODE and HIGH FAN SPEED by remote controller.Unit Temperature RangeModeTemperature RangeCool62-95 FDry55-95 FExhaust hose installationThe exhaust hose and adaptor must be installed orremoved in accordance with the usage mode.For COOL mode must install exhaust hose.For FAN,DEHUMIDIIFY mode must remove exhaust hose.
WARRANTYYour GuaranteeIf this product is found to be faulty as a result of faulty materials or workmanship within one yearfrom date of purchase, it will be repaired free of charge.This guarantee is subject to the following terms: Sunpentown must be notified of the fault. Proof of purchase must be presented to Sunpentown's nominated representative. The warranty will be void if the product if modified, misused or repaired by an unauthorized person. The warranty after repair will not be extended beyond the original one-year period. All replacement parts will be new or reconditioned. Parts, which are replaced, become the property of Sunpentown. The warranty applies for the use of the product in the USAonly.What is NOT COVERED: Warranty does not include freight charges. Damage due to installation error, product abuse and/or misuse. Incidental or consequential damage caused by possible defects with this product. Labor cost incurred for the installation and/or removal of a possible defective unit. Damage to product caused by improper power supply voltage, accident, fire, floods or acts of nature. Failure of product resulting from unauthorized modifications to the product. Improper installation or failure to perform the necessary maintenance. Normal wear and tear on parts or replacement of parts designed to be replaced. Damage to personal property from use of product. Replacement or repair of household fuses, circuit breakers, wiring or plumbing.This GUARANTEE is in addition to your Statutory RightsSUNPENTOWN INTERNATIONAL INC.14625 Clark Ave. City of Industry, CA 91745Tel: om
Press the exhaust hose into the window slider adaptor and unit adaptor, clamp automatically by elastic buckles of the adaptors. Push the Exhaust hose into the airoutlet opening of the unit along the arrow direction. Unit adaptor Window slider adaptor Exhaust hose Exhaust hose assembly Step One: Preparing the Exhaust Hose assembly