Honeywell Portable Air Conditioner
Honeywell Portable Air Conditioner
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USA: 1-800-474-2147 | [email protected]
CANADA^: 1-888-209-0999 | [email protected]
^ Canada Customer Support service available for models sold in Canada only.
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- DO NOT operate the unit with a damaged plug or loose wall outlet. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
- DO NOT cover the air intake and when in use.
- DO NOT place objects on or sit on the unit.
- Always turn off and unplug the unit when cleaning or servicing.
- DO NOT use the appliance if it is damaged.
- If service is needed contact an authorized service agent.
- Unplug the unit when stored or not in use.
- DO NOT pull or carry the appliance by the power cord.
- DO NOT pinch the power cord in the door and DO NOT pull it along edges or sharp corners.
- DO NOT run the power cord under carpeting and rugs.
- Use caution to prevent tripping on cord.
- DO NOT use the device in the following cases:
– Near a fire source
– In areas where gasoline, paint, or other flammable goods are stored
– In an area where the water can be projected
- DO NOT touch the plug or the device with wet hands.
- Basic safety precautions should always be followed when using electrical appliances.
- This appliance has been manufactured for use in domestic environments and should not be used for other purposes.
- Only use the installation kit provided to install this unit.
- DO NOT attempt to extend the hose or install this unit using methods other than that shown in this manual. Improper installation will void any existing warranties.
- DO NOT use an extension cord with this unit.
- This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years and above, and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
- Never insert your fingers or rods into the air outlet. Take special care to warn children of these dangers.
- The manufacturer is not liable for injury caused to persons or property damage due to non-compliance with maintenance instructions and improper use of the appliance.
- The appliance shall be installed in accordance with national wiring regulations.
- The appliance is not to be used by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instruction.
- Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
Congratulations on your purchase of this Honeywell Portable Air Conditioner.
Regarding the information pertaining to the installation, handling, servicing, cleaning, and disposal of the appliance, please refer to the below paragraph of the manual.
- Portable Air Conditioners are ideal for spot cooling. The compressor, condenser and evaporator are housed in a compact unit. The air is dehumidified and cooled while a flexible hose sends heat outside. The Portable Air Conditioner includes a window venting kit.
No permanent installation is needed. The unit is easy to move from room to room and offers a truly flexible air conditioning solution.
Auto Evaporation System – The unit automatically evaporates the condensate through the hose.
There is no need to empty the drainage tank except in humid conditions. Read and follow the instructions carefully.
To ensure optimal efficiency of the product, keep doors and windows closed when it is used as an air conditioner or dehumidifier. If the product is being used with the fan function only, an open window could improve air circulation.
Before installing the unit, place it UPRIGHT for 1 hour before use to allow the refrigerant to stabilize.
Air outlet automatically opens when the unit is turned on, and automatically closes when the unit is turned off. Manually adjust the air vent located at the top of the unit to adjust the direction of airflow.
- Follow installation instructions to set up the unit.
- Plug the unit into a properly grounded circuit. DO NOT plug into an extension cord.
|1) Control Panel
2) Air Outlet
5) Remote Control
6) Hose Connector
7) Cord Winder
8) Upper Grill
|9) Upper Dust Filter
10) Upper Rubber Drain Plug (Dehumidifying Mode)
11) Lower Dust Filter
12) Lower Grill
13) Drain Tube
(For Continuous Drain)
14) Lower Rubber Drain Plug (Air Conditioning Mode)
15) Power Supply Cord
It is important that the installation instructions below are followed for the successful installation of this Portable Air Conditioner. Please call Customer Support if you have any difficulties or queries regarding these installation procedures.
|1. Window Bracket Kit||(1 Set)||5. Hose||(1 Piece)|
|2. Window Bracket
|(1 Piece)||6. Drain Tube (refer to Continuous
Draining for Dehumidifier Mode)
|3. Plastic Pin||(1 Piece)||7. Foam Seal (adhesive)||(2 Pieces)|
|4. Hose Connector||(1 Piece)||8. Foam Seal (non-adhesive)||(1 Piece)|
- Window bracket panel adapter, hose and hose connector are pre-assembled inside the package.
- Adjust the window bracket as per the width or height of your window and insert the plastic pin to fix at the desired position. There is a hole where the hose will be inserted later. Make sure this hole is not blocked. Note: After setting the window bracket to the size of your window, please remove it from the window
and follow the instructions below.
- Connect the hose to the hose connector on the back of the unit. Slide in the hose connector downwards until it is locked in place.
- Connect the window bracket to the window bracket panel adapter. Ensure that all connections are tight and installed properly.
- Cut the Foam Seal (adhesive) to the proper length and attach them to the window sash and frame.
- Connect the window bracket to the window.
- Cut the Foam Seal (non-adhesive) to the window length. Stuff the Foam Seal (non-adhesive) between the inner window sash and the outer window glass to prevent air and insects from getting into the room.
- The Portable Air Conditioner is now ready to use.
Do not replace or lengthen the hose as this could cause the unit to malfunction.
WARNING: Any warranties included with this product will be voided if an extra extension hose is added to the originally provided installation kit or if the installation is performed differently than the manufacturer’s instructions, without proper consultation. Please contact Customer Support for help with installation procedures if needed.
- The supplied hose has a diameter of 5.9″ (15 cm) and can be extended from 10.6″ to 59″ (27 cm to 150 cm).
- Do not bend (to the extent shown below) the hose. A bent hose will block air and cause the unit to malfunction or shut off.
- Make sure the back of the unit is at least 20″ (50 cm) away from the wall. Do not place the unit in front of curtains or drapes as this could obstruct the airflow.
USE AND OPERATION
|1) Power Control
2) Indicator Lights
3) Timer Control / Sleep Control
|4) Timer / Temperature Set Controls
5) Mode Control
6) Fan Speed Control
The Power Control turns the unit on and off. When the unit is plugged into an appropriate electrical outlet, the POWER indicator light will illuminate red indicating the unit is in a Standby Mode, ready to be switched on at any time. The air vent will automatically open when the unit is turned ON and automatically close when unit is turned OFF.
WATER FULL LIGHT
Condensation may accumulate in the unit.
If the bottom internal tank is full, the WATER FULL light will illuminate and an alarm will beep for 30 seconds. The unit will not operate until the water has been drained from the bottom drain plug (refer to Water Condensation Drainage).
After switching the air conditioner off, the compressor will not start immediately.
You must wait about 4 minutes before it switches back on again.
The Timer is adjustable between 1 – 24 hours.
AUTO TURN OFF:
While the unit is running, press the TIMER button and the display will flash. While the display is flashing, press the +or- button to select the number of hours you want the unit to turn OFF automatically.
AUTO TURN ON:
When the unit is in standby mode (plugged in with power light on), press the TIMER button and the display will flash. While the display is flashing, press the +or- button to select the number of hours until you want the unit to turn ON automatically.
Used for adjusting the timer and thermostat.
The default display is setting temperature.
In cooling mode, when + or – button is pressed, the set temperature is displayed and may be adjusted. After 5 seconds the display will revert back to room temperature.
Note: By pressing both+/- buttons at the same time, the display will toggle between Celsius(°C) and Fahrenheit(°F).
4 settings: Air Conditioning, Dehumidifying, Fan, and Heating*.
The corresponding indicator light will illuminate to indicate the current mode setting.
Air Conditioning Mode
Adjust fan speed and air temperature to suit your desired comfort level.
The temperature setting range is 16°C – 32°C (60°F – 90°F).
Dehumidifying Mode Fan speed is preset to LOW.
Note: If the unit will be used mainly as a dehumidifier, do not connect the hose. Continuous drainage is then necessary (refer to Continuous Draining for Dehumidifier Mode).
IMPORTANT: The Dehumidifier mode is used to support moisture reduction but should not be expected to dehumidify to the same degree as a standard dehumidifier-only appliance. The built-in dehumidifier automatically adjusts dehumidification based on ambient room temperatures. It is not possible to adjust to the desired humidity percentage. The front display only shows the current AND desired temperatures. It does not show humidity levels.
*Applicable for models with a Heating feature only
- Fan Mode
For air circulation without air conditioner cooling.
- Heating Mode
This unit uses Heat-Pump technology which reverses the air conditioning cooling cycle by transferring heat from the outside into the room – this is more energy-efficient than traditional electric heaters that generate heat instead of transferring heat into the room. These properties make this heater ideal for use in autumn or spring when outdoor temperatures are not severely cold, or as supplemental heating in colder rooms of your home.
When heating mode is selected the indicator light will shine. In this mode, the desired temperature can be set between 16°C – 32°C (60°F – 90°F).
Note: The hoses must vent outside the room when using heating mode.
IMPORTANT: The Heat pump draws moisture from the air which then condenses into the internal water tank. The unit will pause operation when the tank is full and will restart when the tank has been emptied. It is recommended to use the heating mode in a room with 50% humidity or lower. Avoid operating moisture-producing products or appliances such as a humidifier or a kettle when using the unit in heating mode. See the “Draining Water Condensation in Heat Mode” section for more information on draining the water tank.
- Sleep Mode
When the Sleep Mode is activated in Air Conditioning mode, the set temperature will increase by 1°F or 1°C after the first hour of cooling and will increase a further 1°F or 1°C after the second hour of cooling. The unit will maintain this temperature for 5 hours. The set temperature will then reduce by 1°F or 1°C on the seventh hour and reduce a further 1°F or 1°C on the tenth hour. Sleep mode will then deactivate automatically.
In Heating Mode*, the set temperature will reduce by 2°F or 2°C after the first hour of heating and will reduce a further 2°F or 2°C after the second hour of heating. The unit maintains heating at this temperature for 5 hours. Then, the set temperature will increase 2°F or 2°C at the seventh hour and will increase a further 2°F or 2°C on the tenth hour. Sleep mode will then deactivate automatically.
Note: The Sleep Mode can be deactivated during cooling or heating mode by pressing any button at any time.
FAN SPEED CONTROL
3 settings: High, Medium, and Low.
Battery Installation: Remove the cover on the back of the remote control and insert two AAA batteries with + and – pointing in the proper direction according to the polarity markings.
Use only two AAA or IEC R03 1.5V batteries.
Remove the batteries if the remote control is not in use for a month or longer.
All batteries should be replaced at the same time, do not mix with old batteries.
Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries.
Properly dispose of used batteries.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
- Connect the equipment info an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
- Turn off the appliance before disconnecting the power supply.
- Only clean the appliance with a soft dry cloth.
Dust Filter Maintenance:
The dust filter is to be cleaned every two weeks to maintain air-cooling efficiency. Please follow the
below are instructions for cleaning the dust filters:
- Switch off and unplug the air conditioner from the electrical outlet.
- Remove the Upper Dust Filter and unscrew the Lower Dust Filter and carefully remove it.
- Gently wash using water and/ or diluted liquid dishwashing detergent. Rinse thoroughly and gently shake excess water from the filters. Make sure the filters are dry before reinstalling.
Note: You may use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust.
- Replace the Upper Grill onto the unit, and reinstall the Lower Grill with the screws.
WARNING: DO NOT power or operate the Air Conditioner when cleaning or when any or both of the Rear Grills are removed from the unit, or if there is a loose-fitting Rear Grill(s). DO NOT attempt to handle or touch any of the parts or wiring inside the air conditioner after the Rear Grill(s) are removed from the unit. Doing so can cause serious injury or electrical shock.
End of Season Storage and Maintenance:
If the appliance will not be used for a long time, follow these steps:
- Be sure to drain the left-over water condensation. Remove the lower drain plug and use a shallow pan to collect the water (make sure to replace the drain plug when finished).
- To dry excess moisture, run the unit in Fan-only mode for 30 minutes before storing.
- Turn off and unplug the air conditioner from the power supply.
- Remove the dust filter and clean with water. Dry the dust filter and then reinstall.
- Disconnecting the Window Installation Kit:
•Remove the Hose from the unit.
•Remove the Window Bracket, Window Bracket Panel Adapter and Hose Connector.
•It is recommended to store the Window Kit parts in a bag together with the Remote Control and placing them together with the air conditioner unit.
•If needed, you can clean the Window Kit with a damp cloth and water before storing it.
• Make sure all parts of the Window Kit are dry before storage.
- Cover the air conditioner with a cloth/ plastic bag before storage, to protect from dust and scratches collecting on the surface of the unit.
- It is recommended to coil the power cord before storing to ensure the cord is protected from bents and creases.
- Store the air conditioner in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
WATER CONDENSATION DRAINAGE
When there is excess water condensation inside the unit, the air conditioner stops running and shows a warning light (the WATER FULL indicator illuminates with a red light). This indicates that the water condensation needs to be drained using the following procedures:
Manual Draining in Cooling, Heating* and Dehumidifying Modes
Water may need to be drained in high humidity areas.
- Unplug the unit from the power source.
- Place a shallow pan under the lower rubber drain plug.
- Remove the rubber drain plug.
- Water will drain out and collect in the shallow pan.
- After the water is drained, replace the rubber drain plug.
- You can now turn on the unit.
If you find that there is a high volume of condensation and a shallow pan is not enough for your use, you can use a large pan to drain. Follow the below instructions carefully:
- Find a flat, stable board that is up to 1″ thick. The base could be a wooden board purchased from your local hardware store, with a minimum base dimension of 20″ (length) x 17″ (width) x 1″ (thick).
- The base should be large and sturdy enough to fit the Portable Air Conditioner on top. The air conditioner must be stable and not rock or move when positioned on this base and not easy to topple over.
- Drain the water from the lower drain plug as needed, into a larger pan or through a drain tube. If using a drain tube, you can purchase vinyl tubing which has an outside diameter of 5/8″ and an inside diameter of ½”. Remember the drain tube must be positioned lower than the drain plug so the water condensation does not flow backward back into the air conditioner.
WARNING: For safety reasons, the Portable Air Conditioner must NOT be positioned on a base that is higher than 1″ from the floor. This is only recommended if you have a stable, flat base to position the Portable Air Conditioner on safely.
Continuous Draining for Dehumidifier Mode While using the unit in dehumidifier mode, continuous drainage is recommended.
- Unplug the unit from power source.
- Remove the upper/ lower rubber drain plug.
Some residual water may spill so please have a pan to collect the water.
- Connect the drain tube (included) to the upper or lower drain (whichever is more convenient for your space).
- The water can be continuously drained through the drain tube into a floor drain or bucket.
- Replace the drain plug.
- You can now turn on the unit.
IMPORTANT: It is NOT recommended to connect the drain hose for continuous drainage while the unit is switched ON in air conditioning cooling mode. Doing so can reduce the cooling efficiency of the Portable Air Conditioner. Only drain the water condensation when the unit is switched off. Continuous drainage is only suitable when the unit is set up in Dehumidifier mode.
IMPORTANT: The water cannot be drained using the continuous drain option in heating* mode. In Heating mode, the internal water tank collects condensation faster and may require more frequent emptying of the tank in more humid rooms. It is recommended to use the heating mode in a room with 50 % humidity or lower. Avoid operating moisture-creating products or appliances such as a humidifier or a kettle when using the unit in heating mode.
The following troubleshooting guide addresses the most common problems. If problems persist, call customer support. Unplug and disconnect the appliance from the power source before attempting to troubleshoot.
|The air conditioning unit does not start||No electricity.||Check for power.|
|Batteries in the remote control need to be replaced.||Change remote control batteries.|
|The power cord is not properly plugged in.||Remove and reconnect the power cord.|
|The safety LCDI plug has tripped (USA / Canada / Mexico only).||Reset the safety LCDI plug, if the problem persists contact our customer support (USA / Canada / Mexico only).|
|Runs a short while only||The thermostat temperature setting is too close to room temperature.||Lower the set temperature.|
|The air outlet is blocked.||Make sure the hose is properly connected.|
|There are tight bends in the air hose.||Connect hose as per instructions on page 3.|
|In Heating Mode*, the unit keeps switching ing off frequently.||The room is too humid. The water Tank needs to be emptied.||In Heating mode, the heat pump condenses moisture from the air into the internal water tank. In more humid rooms, it will collect faster and need to be emptied out more frequently. It is recommended to use the heat mode in 500/0 humidity or less.
Switch off any appliances such as a humidifier or kettle to avoid extra moisture build-up in the room when operating in heat mode.
*Applicable for models with a Heating feature only.
|Runs but not cooling||A door or window is open.||Make sure the window or door is closed.|
|The dust filter is dirty.||Clean the dust filter.|
|The hose is detached.||Reinstall the hose properly (refer to Installation section).|
|Temperature setting is too high.||Reduce temperature setting on the control panel.|
|Air outlet or intake is blocked.||Remove blockage.|
|Room exceeds recommended size.||Move the unit to a smaller room.|
|Large size or number of windows are decreasing cooling effectiveness.||Cover windows with curtains or blinds.|
|Will not run and the WATER FULL indicator is on||Excess water condensation inside the tank.||Drain the water (refer to Water Condensation Drainage).|
|Heater* is not switching ON||Heating function not activated yet. The temperature setting is too low.||Check that the Heating function has been activated.
will be illuminated when the Heater is switched ON. Increase temperature setting.
ERROR CODE GUIDE
|ERROR CODE||ERROR POSSIBLE CAUSE|
|“E1”||Indoor temperature sensor failure (open circuit or short circuit).|
|“E3”||Evaporator temperature sensor failure (open circuit or short circuit).|
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- Address: Mahwah, New Jersey 07495 USA
- Email: [email protected]
- Web: www.jmatek.com
- Honeywell Portable Air Conditioner [pdf] User Manual Portable Air Conditioner
- Read more: https://manuals.plus/honeywell/portable-air-conditioner-manual-12#ixzz7e81V7tsF
No, the unit is not designed for use in a window.
Yes, the unit can be used in an RV. However, you need to ensure that the power cord is long enough to reach an outside outlet.
Yes, you can use extension cords with this unit. However, you need to ensure that the cord is rated for outdoor use and is grounded. You should also make sure that it is UL listed and has a 3-prong plug.
You should take care of your portable air conditioner by cleaning it regularly. To clean your portable air conditioner, unplug it from the power source and wipe it down with a soft cloth. If there are any hard-to-reach areas, you can remove the front grille and wipe those areas down as well. You should also clean your filter once every month or so (depending on how often you use your portable air conditioner). To do this, unplug your portable air conditioner from its power source and remove the front grille. Then, remove your filter and replace it with a new one. Finally, plug your portable air conditioner back into its power source and turn it on as normal.
You can lower your energy costs when using your portable air conditioner by keeping your home’s doors and windows closed while you’re using it. This will help keep cool air inside of your home instead of letting it escape outside of your home through open doors and windows. You can also lower your energy costs by setting your portable air conditioner to run on low instead of high when cooling down a room or area of your home that’s already cool or comfortable (like an empty bedroom). Another way to lower your energy costs is to set up a programmable thermostat that allows you to set different temperatures for different times of day (for example, you could have the temperature set at 75 degrees during the day and at 70 degrees at night). This will allow you to save money on energy costs because you won’t have to run your portable air conditioner as often if you’re only cooling down rooms that are already cool or comfortable (like an empty bedroom).
Switch the Portable Air Conditioner OFF and carefully remove filters from the unit and clean. Replace filters and press the Filter Reset button, the Filter Reset light will turn off and the operation time will be cleared.
Your Honeywell thermostat may fail to turn your AC on at times. The easiest way to fix it is to reset your thermostat. Other common methods include replacing your batteries, checking your wiring, and cleaning the air filter associated with your Honeywell Thermostat.
The unit is designed to collect the moisture from the air in the room. If the room has a high humidity level, the unit will work harder to cool the air thus collecting more water.
A loose drain cap or plug won’t hold water in, and will start to leak out water from your unit as it cannot sufficiently keep your AC unit water tight. Check your drain cap for any drips, and tighten or fasten the plug as much as you can to keep it from leaking water out of your portable air conditioning units.
The most common cause of a portable AC not cooling a room is lack of adequate airflow. If the air filter is dirty or clogged, there may not be enough air flowing over the evaporator coils and the coils can become too cold and frost over. This restricts airflow and a portable AC won’t cool the room.
If there’s something wrong with your air conditioner that makes it shut off after just 15 minutes, it’s usually one of these issues: Unit is overheating: This often means there is simply a buildup of grime inside the compressor unit, but it could also mean there’s a refrigerant leak or another problem.
3 Warning Signs of Dirty Evaporator Coils
Poor cooling. If your home doesn’t feel cool enough no matter how long the air conditioner has been running, this is one of the most noticeable signs that your evaporator coil is dirty.
Longer AC runtimes.
Documents / Resources
|Honeywell Portable Air Conditioner [pdf] User Manual|
Portable Air Conditioner