Delonghi Pinguino PAC260
Air-to-Air Portable Air Conditioner with 9,000 BTUs and built-in 45 pint dehumidifier. The 3M Filtrete Air Filter removes 99.97% of the airborne particles that pass through it
Part Number: PAC260
UPC: 044387252607, 044387512602
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|fyrewyr||9:24am on Friday, October 29th, 2010|
|Did the trick! I tested this air conditioner to cut down on the cost of my central air expenses for days when the temperature is more mild. Did not live up to expectations I owned the PAC290 for 8 years. It cooled my 10x10 room in under 30 minutes, and gave me 25-35% humidity releif.|
|benesch||7:16pm on Friday, June 25th, 2010|
|Love the unit when working properly ! Have to retrofit the chute when moving from room to room ! The timer. Freezes up. Hard to figure out what does what. I built a four level townhouse a few years ago. HVAC was a concern because the builder was only installing a single zone unit.|
|Johanni212||12:36am on Tuesday, April 20th, 2010|
|Like it.. Ordered a DeLonghi unit and like it. Nice portable A/C The first unit I received was dented, parts missing. It looked like they sent me something that they picked up from the garbage.|
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Use and maintenance manual.page 2 Mode demploi et dentretien.page 16 Instrucciones de uso.pgina 29 Istruzioni per luso.pagina 43
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: - Read all instructions. - To protect against fire, electrical shock and personal injury, do not immerse cord, plug or appliance in water or other liquid. - Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children. - Do not operate with a damaged cord or plug, or after the appliance malfunctions, or has been damaged in any manner. Return the appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair or adjustment. - The use of accessory attachments or spare parts not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may result in fire, electrical shock or personal injury. - Do not use outdoors. - Do not use the appliance for other than the intended use. - Do not place any strain on the power cord. Avoid twisting and/or tangling. - Ensure that outlet vent of exhaust hose is kept free of debris and obstruction. - Ensure that ventilation holes on the rear of the machine and front louvers are not blocked. - The Pinguino should not be installed where the atmosphere could contain combustible gases. - Avoid using Pinguino in oily or sulphurous atmospheres or near sources of heat. - Wait at least 3 minutes before restarting, after the air conditioner has been switched off or the thermostat setting changed. - Before moving the air conditioner, empty water from collectiong tray (see instructions for drainage at page 13). - Do not place hot or heavy objects on the appliance. - Clean air filter every week (see instructions at page 13). - Important: If you need to use an extension cord, please be sure to use a heavy duty extension cord (minimum 14 gauge).
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Dear user, We thank you for purchasing the Pinguino air conditioner and congratulate you on your wise choice. For optimal results please read this manual carefully before installing or operating. We know that the Pinguino will maintain pleasingly comfortable environment at all times. With best wishes, De Longhi S.p.A.
If you have any questions about the operation or service of your Pinguino, please call our toll-free service number 1-800-322-3848. or visit our internet site: www.delonghiusa.com for general overlook of DeLonghi group visit: www.delonghi.com
Power supply voltage Frequency Cooling capacity: (*) Fan speeds Dehumidification quotient (*) V Hz see rating label 60 see rating label 2 see rating label
width height depth
in. (mm) in. (mm) in. (mm)
(560) (735) (390)
*Data according to pending standard testing procedures subject to review by the U.S. Dept. of Energy.
A HE (High efficiency) system with low energy consumption has been installed on this appliance. This system needs about 4 minutes, once the appliance has been started, to produce cold air.
OPTIMUM OPERATING RANGE
ROOM TEMPERATURE ROOM HUMIDITY FACTOR POWER SUPPLY FREQUENCY VOLTAGE 70F - 90F 50% - 80% RH 60 HZ 115V
Illustrated main features list
Air outlet grid Timer cover (to adjust the timer slide cover sideways)
Castor Castor stops Water collecting tray
Air filter Air intake grid
Exaust hose Power cord comp. Reset button
DESCRIPTION Exhaust hose SUPPLIED 1
Stopper + flange
Adjustable window and door bracket
Check that all parts listed in table are included.
The Pinguino accessories include two sets of flanges and stoppers, to be mountedl in different locations (two different rooms). Once installed, these vents (flanges) are the only items needed for using Pinguino. Permanent installation outlet holes must be in an exterior wall and opening diameter should not exceed 31/2. INSIDE OUTSIDE
A1 in a window pane
A2 through the wooden base-section of a door or window
A3 through the wall
In case of fixed installation, air discharged from rear hose has been extracted from the room where the appliance is installed. Check that the room (especially if small) is not air-tight; a drop in pressure would cause irregular functioning, which could consequently activate reset switch. Air entering through door and window cracks is normally sufficient. If deemed, necessary leave a door ajar (approx. 1 cm is enough).
Note: In both cases (permanent and temporary installations) make sure that the Pinguino is positioned on level ground. If necessary use the two caster stops for the front casters This installation makes it easy to use Pinguino in any room, provided there is a window or a door: it allows you to use the Pinguino immediately.
Suction discs may be used to keep window or door closed.
If you have a sash door, use the additional set provided in order to extend the accessory to the desired length; joining the two parts (fig. 8), adjust the total lenghth according to your needs then, fix the bracket with the relevant nuts, close the door and connect the hose (fig. 9).
Pinguino is equipped with an adjustable window bracket. If you have a sash window, place the bracket on the window sill, extend the bracket fully within the window frame and lower the window onto the bracket. Insert the nozzle of the exhaust hose into the slot, then connect the hose to the air conditioner (fig.7). Thanks to the wing nut, its possible to use the window bracket also for sliding windows. Position the hole of the bracket so to allow a correct installation of the exhaust hose.
fig. 9 8
Setting up and recommendations
SET UP INSTRUCTION
For permanent installation place the Pinguino near the outlet opening in wall or window (where it is meant to be used). The diagram below shows the correct way to installl the exhaust hose.
1) Water collects at this point 2) Bend this section 3) Bend this section
Check that the power supply voltage is 115 V ~ 60 Hz. Important: if you need to use and extension cord, please be sure to use a heavy duty extension cord (minimum 14 gauge). Before connecting the Pinguino to power supply, make sure that all switches on the front control panel are in the OFF position. Connect power cord found in storage compartment at rear of the Pinguino.
In order to obtain the maximum performance from your air-conditioner make sure that:
Doors and windows of room to be air-conditioned are closed (with the exception of temporary installation where a partially opened window is necessary). Close the door.
fig. 15 fig. 14
Shade the room as far as possible from direct sunlight by drawing curtains and/or lowering blinds or shutters, for economical and efficient air-cooling.
Ensure that intake and outlet vents (fig. 2 and 3) are not blocked. Make sure there are no sources of heat in the room.
ON/OFF button ON/OFF pilot light
Alarm pilot light
Timer ON/OFF pilot light
Timer ON/OFF button
Selecting fan speed button
SETTING THE TIMER The programmer/timer, like all clocks, must be set to the exact time. If for example it is 4.00 p.m., turn the dial in a clockwise direction (following the direction of the arrow) until the number 4 is lined up with the arrow pointer (the arrows indicates 4:00 p.m. approximately).
1) Release B timer button 2) Set the operating times by pushing out the notches on the dial corresponding to the period required (each notch represents 15 mins.). 3) Check that the timer indicates the correct time (see instructions on setting).
eg. from 9 to 11 a.m.
Note:Never turn the dial in an anti-clockwise direction! The timer is in effect, an electric clock and works only if the plug is connected to the power supply. Whenever the plug is disconnected or there is a power failure, the programmer stops (the clock is then slow) and must be re-set. The unit can be used in either programmed or non-programmed mode. PROGRAMMED MODE
4) Select the desired function as shown in the chart overleaf. The unit will now switch on and off each day at the selected times. Note: To override the programmed operating times, simply press the ON/OFF key. NON-PROGRAMMED MODE 1) B TIMER button must be pressed 2) Select the desired function as shown in the chart on the following page.
Note: For technical reasons, the temperature is not expressed in degrees but by a line increasing in thickness. We therefore recommend that when starting up the appliance, the thermostat be turned to maximum (thick green line = maximum cold). When the desired temperature has been reached, turn the thermostat slowly away from the maximum cooling position until the appliance switches off. Leave the thermostat in this position. The air-conditioner is now programmed to maintain the exact temperature at all times. After switching the appliance off, wait at least 3 min. before switching on again.
How to start up the conditioner
Plug the appliance into the mains.
Select the programmed or non programmed mode (see previous page)
Select the fan speed required pressing Fan speed key C.
Key A ON/OFF (conditioning) must be released Turn the thermostat to Max. Cold. Press key A (ON/OFF). ON/OFF signal lamp (conditioning) will come on.
The appliance comes on. If not, refer to pag. 14.
To switch off the appliance, press key A (ON/OFF main switch).
Cleaning and maintenance
During cleaning and normal maintenance operations remember to disconnect plug.
Under no circumstances should appliance be washed with runing water. Damage could be caused to the electrical circuit.
CLEANING OF EXTERNAL HOUSING
Use only mild soap and water. Do not use chemical cleaners.
Clean with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly with a clean dry cloth.
CONTROLS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON
Carefully follow installation procedure.
Check for any defects in power cord and plug.
AIR FILTER CLEANING
Maintenance of air filter A clogged air filter reduces the quantity of circulating air and the efficiency of the appliance. Clean filter every week using a vacuum cleaner. Removal and replacement of air filter Gently pull filter upwards. Push down to replace.
Remove dust with a vacuum cleaner
Rinse with running water
Cleaning procedure To remove dust deposited on filter, use a vacuum cleaner. If it is very dirty, soak in lukewarm water and rinse thouroghly. The temperature of the water must be kept below 104F. After washing, leave filter to dry before replacing.
END OF SEASON OPERATIONS
5) Cover appliance with a polyethylene bag to prevent dust from entering.
1) Disconnect plug. 2) Remove plug from drainage tube to empty water collecting tray. 3) Remove exhaust hose. 4) Clean filter and dry well before replacing.
SYMPTOMS The Pinguino does not function: CAUSE power failure plug is disconnected ON/OFF switch is off Timer key is in STOP position SOLUTION
insert plug switch on release the TIMER key
The Pinguino does not function - function fault warning light is on (pag. 10 Alarm light) After correcting problem, press reset button (see pag. 5) The Pinguino produces cold air but room does not maintain comfortable temperature:
exhaust hose blocked exhaust hose twisted or bent ventilation holes on the rear of the machine or front louvers blocked window open air exhaust hose has become disconnected thermostat set too low air filter blocked
Check for obstruction of air outlet vent eliminate irregularities remove obstacles to allow proper airflow
close window re-insert exhaust hose set thermostat to higher number clean filter
In case of malfunction turn off and disconnect the Pinguino from power outlet and contact our Service Centre for qualified assistance, toll-free number 1-800-322-3848.
We warrant each DELONGHI AIR-CONDITIONER to be free from defects in material and workmanship. Our obligation under this warranty is to provide one year parts and labor free from purchase date, with an additional four (4) years on any part of the sealed system consisting of the compressor, evaporator, condenser and factory connected refrigerant tubing. This warranty shall apply only if the AIR-CONDITIONER is used in accordance with the factory directions which accompany it, and on Alternatign Current (AC) circuit. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties and representations, expressed or implied, and all other obligations or liabilities on our part. We do not authorize any other person or company to assume for us any liability in connection with the sale or use of our AIR-CONDITIONER. This warranty shall not apply to assume for us any liability in connection with the sale or use of our AIR-CONDITIONER. This warranty shall not apply to any AIR-CONDITIONER which shall have been repaired or altered outside our factory nor shall it apply to any AIR-CONDITIONER which has been subjected to misuse, negligence or accidents. If repairs become necessary or spare parts are needed, plese write to:
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