4 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION! Avoid Injury or damage to the
unit or other property
• Do not direct airflow at fireplaces or other
heat related sources as this could cause
• Do not climb on or place objects on the
unit. Do not hang objects off the unit.
• Do not place containers with liquids on the
• Turn off the dehumidifier at the power
source when it will not be used for an
extended period of time.
• Operate the unit with air filter in place.
• Do not block or cover the intake grille,
discharge area and outlet ports.
• Ensure that any electrical/electronic
equipment is one yard away from the unit.
• Do not use or store flammable gases near
Avoid ﬁre hazard or electric shock. Do not
use an extension cord or an adaptor plug.
Do not remove any prong from the power
Grounding type wall receptacle
Do not, under any
remove, or bypass the
Power supply cord
with 3-prong grounding
FOR FLAMMABLE REFRIGERANT
• Servicing shall only be performed as
recommended by the equipment
manufacturer. Maintenance and repair
requiring the assistance of other skilled
personnel shall be carried out under the
supervision of the person competent in
the use of flammable refrigerants.
• DO NOT modify the length of the power
cord or use an extension cord to power
• DO NOT share a single outlet with other
electrical appliances. Improper power
supply can cause fire or electrical shock.
• Please follow the instruction carefully to
handle, install, clear, service the air
conditioner to avoid any damage or
• Flammable Refrigerant R32 is used within
air conditioner. When maintaining or
disposing the air conditioner, the
refrigerant (R32) shall be recovered
properly, shall not discharge to air
• Compliance with national gas regulations
shall be observed.
• Keep ventilation openings clear of
• The appliance shall be stored so as to
prevent mechanical damage from
• A warning that the appliance shall be
stored in a well-ventilated area where the
room size corresponds to the room area
as specified for operation.
• Any person who is involved with working
on or breaking into a refrigerant circuit
should hold a current valid certificate from
an industry-accredited assessment
authority, which authorises their
competence to handle refrigerants safely
in accordance with an industry recognised
Examples for such working procedures are:
• breaking into the refrigerating circuit;
• opening of sealed components;
• opening of ventilated enclosures.