User Manual Haier HPP08XCR Portable Air Conditioner

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PARTS AND FEATURES

INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS

TOOLS AND PARTS

Gather the required tools and parts before starting installation.

TOOLS NEEDED

•Flat-blade Screwdriver

•Phillips Screwdriver

PARTS SUPPLIED

LOCATION REQUIREMENTS

• Place the air conditioner on a flat, level surface in a location that is at least 20" (51 cm) from any wall.

NOTE: The recommended distance from the window for optimal performance is 30" (76 cm).

• Maintain a minimum 20" (51 cm) clearance around the air conditioner to not blockairflow.

• Keep the air conditioner free of any obstructions such as drapes, curtains, blinds, etc.

• The exhaust hose should be free of any obstructions.

• Do not place the air conditioner on an unstable or raised surface because it could fall and cause damage or injury.,

• Do not place the air conditioner in direct sunlight or near a heat source such as baseboard heaters, stoves, etc.

• The window panel can be installed in a window with a minimum 20" (51 cm) to a maximum 40" (101.6 cm) opening.

ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS

POWER SUPPLY CORD

Wiring Requirements

• 115 Volt, 60Hz, 15-amp fused grounded 3 prong outlet

• The use of a time-delay fuse or time-delay circuit breaker is recommended.

• Use a dedicated circuit only.

NOTE: Do not operate any other electrical appliances on this circuit or you may trip the circuit breaker/fuse.

If this power supply cord is damaged, it cannot be repaired. It must be replaced with a cord from the product manufacturer. If the power supply cord is damaged call Haier Customer Service: 1-877-337-3639.

To test the power supply cord before operation:

1. Plug the power cord into a grounded 3 prong outlet.

2. Press the Test button, and then press and release the Reset button to restore power.

REQUIRED GROUNDING METHOD

This air conditioner must be grounded. The air conditioner is equipped with a power supply cord that has a 3 prong grounding plug. The power supply cord must be plugged into a mating, grounded 3 prong outlet, and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1 - UNPACK AIR CONDITIONER

• Remove packaging materials. Save the carton and the foam packaging for storing the air conditioner when not in use.

NOTE: There materials inside the

air conditioner to remove—Do Not open the cabinet.

• Properly dispose of/recycle all packing material.

• Handle the air conditioner gently.

• Keep the air conditioner upright and level. Do not set the air conditioner on its side, front, back or upside down.

STEP 2 - INSTALL EXHAUST NOZZLE TO MAIN WINDOW PANEL

1. Hold the main window panel so that the L-shaped edges of the panel are facing you.

2. Align the exhaust nozzle with the slots in the opening, and then insert and slide the nozzle to access the hole from the back of the main window panel.

3. Turn the main window panel over, so that the nozzle is away from you. Insertaflat screw through the hole to fasten the window panel to the adapter.

NOTE: On a dual hose unit, install the smaller hose nozzle to the left-hand hole in the panel.

STEP 3 - INSTALL MAIN WINDOW PANEL AND EXTENSION PANELS

NOTE: Depending on the size of your window opening, use the main panel and one or both of the extension panels.

1. Open the window and place the main window panel into the window.

NOTE: The window assembly is designed to accommodate either a vertical slide or horizontal slide window.

Vertical Slide Window

Horizontal Slide Window

2. Adjust the extension panel(s) totthewidth orheightofthe window as shown.

NOTE: Some window installations may require the extension panels to be trimmed.

3. Depending on the number of extension panels used, use two or fourflat screws to secure the main panel to the extension panel(s).

NOTE: There are many window types on the market today. Use the foam strips and brackets (provided) to secure the extension panels that ll the window opening.

4. Place the two top window brackets and two bottom window brackets where they will best support the extension panels.

After Assembly

5. Apply the top foam strip (provided) across the top of the window panel assembly, and then apply the bottom foam strip (provided) across the bottom front edge of the window panel assembly, as shown.

6. Place the window panel assembly in the window, and using the screws provided, fasten the assembly to the window sill and window frame.

7. Using one pointed screw, install the Security bracket to the window.

NOTE: The security bracket prevents the window from being opened from the outside.

STEP 4 - ATTACH EXHAUST HOSE TO THE EXHAUST NOZZLE

1. Grasp both ends of the exhaust hose and gently pull to expand the hose.

NOTE: Do not attach additional hoses to extend the length. This would decrease cooling efficiency and may damage the air conditioner.

2. Using a counterclockwise motion, attach the open end of the exhaust hose to the exhaust nozzle.

STEP 5 - CONNECT EXHAUST HOSE TO THE AIR CONDITIONER

IMPORTANT: When connecting the hose, the air conditioner must be close enough to the window that you will not dislodge the window seal plate. Once the hose is connected, move the air conditioner 20" (51 cm) from the wall.

1. Align the notches on the connector end of the exhaust hose with the ridges in the opening on the back of the air conditioner.

2. Holding the air conditioner with one hand, snap the connector end of the hose into the air outlet on the back of the air conditioner.

STEP 6 - COMPLETE INSTALLATION

1. Plug the power cord into a grounded 3 prong outlet.

2. Press the Reset button on the power cord to ensure the safety plug is providing power to the air conditioner.

CONTROL PANEL

BUTTONS

A. TIMER BUTTON

Program a time from (1-hour to 24-hours) for the air conditionertoturn OfforOn. When a Time Delay is programmed, the Timer indicator light will illuminate.

While the air conditioner is operating:

1. Press the Timer button.

2. Press the Up/Down arrow buttons to select the number of hours you want the air conditioner to continue to operate before turning Off.

NOTE: Waitapproximately 5 seconds for the Turn-Off time to be saved.

While the air conditioner is o:

1. Press the Timer button.

2. Press the Up/Down arrow buttons to select the number of hours you want the air conditioner to remain o before turning On.

NOTE: Wait approximately 5 seconds for the Turn-On time to be saved.

To cancel the timer: Press the Timer button once, the hours remaining will flash, pressthetimer button again and thetimerwill be canceled.

B. FAN SPEED BUTTON

The fan speed can be adjusted from Low speed toHigh speed when the air conditioner is in operation.

NOTE: The fan speed cannot be adjusted when the unit is in Dehum mode.

  • Press the Fan Speed button to toggle among the two speeds. The corresponding fan speed indicator will illuminate.

C. REMOTE CONTROL SIGNAL RECEIVING WINDOW

Aim the Remote Control at this window so the Control will receive the signal.

D. CONTROL PANEL DISPLAY

Displays the Set Temperature in degrees Fahrenheit or degrees Celsius, or the hours remaining in a Time Delay. The corresponding indicator light will illuminate.

E. UP AND DOWN ARROW BUTTONS

Adjusts the Temperature or Hours in Time Delay.

To Set the Temperature:

The temperature can be set between 62°F and 86° F (17°C and 30° C) when the air conditioner is in Cool mode.

1. Press the Mode button until the Cool mode is selected.

2. Press the Up Arrow or Down Arrow buttons to select the Temperature.

NOTE: The temperature cannot be set when the air conditioner is in either Fan or Dry mode.

F. MODE BUTTON

Press the Mode button to toggle among the three operating modes. The corresponding indicator will illuminate.

Cool - Cools the room to the set temperature.

Dehum - Reduces the humidity in the room

Fan - Circulates the air in the room without cooling

G. POWER BUTTON

Turns ON/OFF power to the air conditioner.

NOTE: Turning o power by pressing the Power button does NOT disconnect the appliance from the power supply.

  • Press the Power button. The Power indicator will illuminate.

REMOTE CONTROL

1. Insert the two batteries (provided).

2. Aim the remote control at the signal receiver on the control panel to operate the air conditioner.

A. SLEEP BUTTON

Increases the set temperature by 2°F (1°C) after 2-hours, and then increases the temperature by an additional 2°F (1°C) after another 2-hours.

NOTE: The fan will operate at Low speed and cannot be adjusted while in Sleep mode.

Press the Sleep button to enter Sleep mode. The Sleep indicator will illuminate.

To Cancel Sleep Mode:

  • Press the Sleep button or the Mode button (Cool, Fan or Dry) on the remote control.

B. °C/°F BUTTON

  • Press the °C/°F button to toggle between displaying the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit or degrees Celsius. The corresponding indicator will illuminate.

INDICATOR LIGHTS

Illuminate to indicate the selected mode, speed or condition.

A. WATER FULL

The Water Full indicator illuminates, when the internal water tank has filled with condensed water. Theair conditioner will turn o automatically. To drain the water tank, see "Air Conditioner Care" for instructions.

AIR CONDITIONER USE

IMPORTANT: If the air conditioner has been tilted on its side, wait 24 hours before turning on the air conditioner to allow the oil to return to the compressor. This will prevent the air conditioner from failing prematurely.

• Allow 20" (51 cm) of space around the unit for proper air circulation.

• Do Notoperatetheairconditionerwithoutairfilters in place.

• Do not spill liquid on the control panel; it may cause an electrical short to the interior electronic parts that would either disable them or cause them to function improperly.

• When turning on theairconditionerforthefirsttime after plugging it into an electrical outlet, the unit will start in Cooling mode set at 75°F (24°C), and at High fan speed. The control panel will display the current room temperature.

• When turning on the unit after previous use, it will remember the last settings used.

• After a normal shut down, please wait for 3 minutes before restarting the unit.

• In Cooling mode, this unit should not require water to be removed. This model has a unique design that continuously evaporates the water.

• When the unit is operated in high humidity conditions, you may need to empty the water tank periodically.

• The unit will shut down automatically when the water tank is full. The Water Full indicator illuminates to alert you of this condition.

AIR CONDITIONER CARE

CLEANING

1. Unplug or disconnect power.

2. Use only a soft cloth dampened with water to clean the cabinet.

NOTE:

• Do not use a liquid or spray cleaner to clean the air conditioner.

• DO NOT use chemicals, abrasives, ammonia, chlorine bleach, concentrated detergents, solvents or scouring pads. Some of these chemicals/items may damage and/ or discolor your air conditioner.

3. Dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.

4. Plug in or reconnect power.

AIR FILTERS

The air filters should be cleaned at least once a weekforyour unitto operate at optimum efficiency.

IMPORTANT: Do Not operate the air conditioner without air filters in place.

1. Unplug or disconnect power.

2. Pull on the tabs to slide outthe filters from the back of the air conditioner.

NOTE: The secondaryfilters are accessible once the main filters are removed.

3. Wash or vacuum the dust from the air filters.

NOTE: Ifwashed, gently shake the filter to remove the excess waterand dust particles trapped in thefilter.

4. Reinstall thefilters.

5. Plug in or reconnect power.

INTERNAL WATER TANK

The Water Full indicator illuminates, when the internal water

tank has filled with condensed water.

To Empty the Internal Water Tank:

1. Unplug or disconnect power.

2. Place a shallow 1 quart or larger pan (not included) below the lower drain located on the back (near the bottom) of the air conditioner.

3. Remove the cap and the rubber plug and drain the water tank.

4. Re-insert the drain plug and screw the cap snugly into place.

5. Plug in or reconnect power.

STORAGE

If the unit is not being used for a long period of time:

1. Unplug or disconnect power.

2. Drain the water from the water tank. See "Air Conditioner Care."

3. Use the original packaging to repack the unit to avoid a buildup of dust or dirt.

4. Store the air conditioner in a cool, dry location.

TROUBLESHOOTING

First try the solutions suggested here to possibly avoid the cost of a service call

PROBLEM

POSSIBLE CAUSE(S)

SOLUTION

Unit does not start or operate

Power supply cord is not plugged into an outlet.

Plug the power cord into a grounded 3 prong outlet.

Power supply cord has tripped.

Press and release the RESET button on the power supply cord.

The Power button has not been pressed.

Press the Power button on the Control Panel or Remote Control to turn ON the air conditioner.

There is no power to the electrical outlet.

Plug a working lamp into the outlet to check for power.

A household fuse has blown or a circuit breaker has tripped.

Replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker.

The control was programmed for a Time Delay.

Cancel the Time Delay. See "Control Panel."

The batteries in the remote control are dead.

Replace the batteries.

The internal water tank is full.

NOTE: The air conditioner automatically turns off, and the Water Full indicator illuminates to alert you of this condition.

Empty the water tank. See "Air Conditioner Care."

Remote control is not working

Batteries are dead.

Replace the batteries.

Batteries are installed incorrectly.

Make sure the batteries are inserted in the correct position.

Air conditioner is working but the room is not cooling.

The room temperature is hot.

NOTE: On extremely hot and humid days,the air conditioner will take longer to cool the room.

Allow time for the room to cool when you first turn on the unit.

Make sure the air conditioner has an adequate BTU rating for the size of the room being cooled.

The control is set incorrectly to Fan or Dehum mode.

Set the Mode to Cool and the Fan Speed to High.

Airflow is restricted.

Remove any obstacles to theairflowand redirect airflowforuniform cooling.

Temperature set too high.

Lower the set temperature.

Airfilters are dirty or restricted.

Clean the airfilter. See "Air Conditioner Care."

Air conditioner installed incorrectly

Check the exhaust hose and window panel for proper installation.

Doors and windows are open.

Close the doors and windows to the room being cooled to prevent cooled air from escaping.

FOR MORE HELP, VISIT HAIERAMERICA.COM OR CALL THE CONSUMER HELP LINE AT 1-877-337-3639.



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