Homeowners

Homeowners Quick Guide

Use our homeowner quick guide to get the most out of your system.

Using the Remote

Press to power the unit on or off.
Press to select fan speed (Auto, Low, Medium, High or Turbo). Auto is default.
Press to select and adjust each mode.
Press to raise settings including temperature and time.
Press to detect room temperature with the remote.
Press to boost cooling or heating airflow. Quickest way to reach preset temperature.
Press to lower settings including temperature and time.
Press to select temperature display: indoor, outdoor or desired room temperature (Adjust desired temperature with “▲“ and "▼" buttons.)
Press to select SLEEP mode, offering custom comfort control while sleeping. See Owner’s Manual for more details.
Press “WiFi” button to turn on or turn off WiFi function. WiFi module will restore to factory default setting.
Press to display time of day.
Press to turn lights on the unit’s Front Panel Display. Press again to turn off.
Press to start or stop the timer. (Adjust with "▲" and "▼" buttons.) See Owner’s Manual for more details.
Left & right swing.
Up & down swing.

NOTE: Some functions not available on all models. Please read the complete owner’s manual carefully before operation.

Unit Installation

Maintaining your Unit

1. Clean indoor unit’s air filter 1x month
Save energy by preventing indoor coils from being plugged with dirt and lint. To remove the filter, gently push forward on the handle tabs, then lift the filter out of place. Rinse or vacuum - do not scrub filter with a brush or place in the dishwasher. Damage will occur.
2. Auto clean function, indoor unit
Under unit OFF status, hold “MODE” and “FAN” buttons simultaneously for 5s to turn Auto Cleaning on or off. When Auto Clean is on the indoor unit displays “CL” and the unit will heat up and cool quickly. You may hear the sound of flowing liquid or thermal expansion or contraction. Make sure the room is well ventilated at this time as the unit may blow cool or warm air, this is normal.
3. ** To keep your unit in top operating condition, have it serviced by an HVAC professional every 6 months.

FAQs

To maintain consistent temperatures and minimize energy-loss from constant starts & stops, the fan keeps air flowing past the sensor.
The remote always displays your desired indoor temperature. (You may view current indoor and outdoor temperatures, as well as desired temperature, on the indoor unit’s Front Panel Display.)
Lift the front panel section on the indoor unit and locate the AUX button on the right-hand side. Press the button to turn the unit ON or OFF. (Not all functions will be available.) Press again to cancel AUX Mode and transfer control back to the remote.
Turn the unit OFF, then press "▼" and "MODE" buttons on the remote simultaneously to switch between °C and °F.
This means you have a “mode” conflict in your multi-zone system. Make sure all your indoor units are in the same mode (cooling or heating).