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We will outline the many Zenith Air Conditioner models, their advantages, and the SMC installation and operating handbook in this page.
For split models or several indoor units for multisplit models, this conditioning unit was made up of an outside unit, an indoor wall, ceiling, cassette, ducted, or console unit.
The compressor is part of the outdoor unit, which is intended to be mounted outside the structure. In this sort of air conditioner, you may also choose the fan speed; for more information, read the Guide on page 10.
Although the Zenith air conditioner comes with a remote control, you may also control it manually on the designated area in case the customer loses or misplaces the remote. The vent that regulates the air from top to bottom may also be operated manually or with the remote.
Zenith Air Conditioner Models and Their Advantages
Below are some of the models of the Zenith Air Conditioner:
Advantages of the Zenith Air Conditioner
- It is easy to use
- It comes with a remote and manual control
- It cools faster
- Maintains a certain conditions of a room as specified by the user.
- Easy to clean, as filters can be cleaned without dismantling.
- A user chooses the fan speed that he/she wants
- Posses a timer
- Allows Dehumidification of Air
Guide For the Zenith ZW6500R Air Conditioner
Table Of Contents, page 2.
TEXT OF THE CHAPTER GENERAL POINTS
Include: 1. 4 2. PRECAUTIONS……………… 4. COMMAND……………… 6 3.1 Infrared remote control……………… 6 Display PCB for 3.2″.. 6 3.3 A description of the remote control’s buttons……………. The remote control’s 9 3.4 LCD display reads: 11 3.5 Remote control operating instructions.. 12 4.
Page 3: Opening Requirements
ADVANCED INSTRUCTIONS Before turning on the product, please go through all of these instructions. To install, maintain, or repair this product, speak with a certified repair specialist. Replacement of a damaged power cable must be done by a certified technician. Installation should only be done by licensed technicians and in conformity with current national electrical laws.
Page 4. General Points
The indoor units are intended to be put within the structure. The interior unit(s) and the outdoor unit(s) are connected by electrical cables and flare connectors.
Page 5. Avoid Electric Shock
Avoid using the electricity. Keep the power cable away from anything combustible. Keep weapons well away from any equipment that emits gas or combustibles, Such an apparatus. generates heat. Benzene, fuel, solvents, etc. Electric shocks or a risk of fire may result from this.
Page 6: Order
2. COMMAND 3.1 Remote-control infrared An infrared remote control is included with each indoor unit. Below is a list of the many remote controls that can be included with items. Type: R51 Type: R06 Type: R05 Display PCB, 3. 3.2.1 The display PCB’s location The front of a separate control box (DUCT type) or the display panel on the indoor unit’s front (for products of the wall, floor/ceiling, cassette, and console types) houses the receiver.
Page 7 Products
3.2.2 Product Cassette KSI18 & duct versions for the display PCB model The indoor unit’s front display panel (cassette model) or the front of the display control box are where the infrared receptor is positioned (DUCT model). Wall split models with I = Infrared receptor SHI, SHR, SHF, etc.
Page 8 ASR-ASF Floor/Ceiling Model
ASR-ASF floor/ceiling model The display panel on the front of the indoor device houses the infrared receptor. A is the infrared receptor. PRECAUTIONS Make sure that nothing can hinder the remote control’s and receiver’s infrared transmission.
Page 9: A description of the remote control’s buttons
3.3 A depiction of the remote control’s buttons 4’ Format: R51M/E Type: R06 Type: 1 TEMP R05/BGE The target temperature drops as a result. 2. TEMP The temperature is raised as a result. 3 MODE This makes it possible to choose the operating mode. The operational mode switches in the sequence shown below each time the button is pressed: Automatic (auto).
Page 10 Fan Speed Setup
FAN SPEED 10 The user may choose the indoor unit’s fan speed in the following sequence: automatic speed -> LOW (low speed) -> MED (medium speed) -> HIGH (high speed) -> return to automatic speed -> etc.
When the product is programmed to alter its speed automatically, it does so in accordance with the discrepancy between the specified temperature and the ambient temperature of the space.
Page 11: The Remote Control’s LCD Display
on the remote control’s LCD screen Type: R51 Type R05 Type: R06 One indication of infrared transmission When the receiver receives a signal from the remote control, this indicator turns on. The signal is then acknowledged by a BEEP from the receiver. 2 A mode of operation indication An index enables the user to see the chosen operating mode: AUTO means automatic.
Page 12: Remote control instructions
3.5 Remote control instructions 3.5.1 Placing and removing batteries Two R03 type batteries are required for the infrared remote control. When using the remote control for the first time, open the sliding cover and place the two R03 batteries (included with the device) into the compartment at the rear. Observe the + and –
Page 13 Mode of Dehumidification
Mode of dehumidification (DRY) The air in the space is dehumidified in this mode. To switch to the dehumidification (DRY) mode, press the MODE button. By tapping the TEMP or TEMP button, choose the preset temperature. To choose the best fan speed, press the FAN button. Your options are automatic speed, low speed, medium speed, and high speed (high speed).
Page 14 Timer Program
3.5.6 Using the “TIMER” program (R06-R05) Time setting Set the remote controller clock before setting the TIMER ON and TIMER OFF. For 4 seconds, press and hold the CLOCK button. On the remote controller, under CLOCK, the Hour is shown flashing. Press the button to speed up or slow down the clock from minutes to minutes (one press equals one minute).
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Page 15 Cooling Override
3.5.7 Manual/Auto Cool Override Using the override button, the user can control the device manually if the remote control is broken or missing: The indoor unit display panel (m-F-3) is where you’ll find this button on ducted, cassette, floor/ceiling, or console models.
Page 16: Display
3. DISPLAY 4.1 PCB display 4.1.1 The duct = Receiver M = Manual operation button on the cassette18K type (override) “OPERATION” is the operational indication N. O stands for operating fault indication “ALARM,” hot start or “PRE-DEF” indicator, and programming indicator “TIMER” (heating mode). 4.1.2 For the Cassette KSI model:
Page 17. Instructions for Use
4.1.5 For models ASR-ASI-ASF ASR18A/24A ASR36A/48A/60A ASF18A/24A ASR36A/48A/60A ASI18A/24A ASF36A/48A/60A Infrared receiver A – k, operation status indication B – l, “OPERATION,” and timer C – m. D-j = Indicator for warm startup or defrosting “DEFROST” when setting a timer…
Page 18. Wall-Mounted Model
Wall-mounted model, 5.2 The sweeping vents and automated air exit vents need to be placed precisely: A mechanical vent makes it possible to guide the wind downward.
The remote control is used to operate this vent (see above). Note: Avoid attempting to manually relocate the indoor unit mechanical vent. When the mechanical vent is closed or almost closed, do not run the interior unit (loss of efficiency or risk of safety hazard).
Page 19: Floor Ceiling Model
5.5 Floor model ceiling It’s important to choose the air blower vent and automated sweep angles carefully: It is possible to control the air flow from top to bottom using a motorized vent. The remote control is used to operate this vent (see above). electronic sweep heating mode, cooling model.
6. MAINTENANCE IMPORTANT:
Make sure the product is turned off before cleaning the interior unit. The plastic components of the indoor unit and the infrared remote control should be cleaned with a dry, clean cloth. The interior unit can be cleaned with a gently wet towel if it is really unclean. Never clean the remote control with a wet towel.
Page 21: How to clean a Zenith Air Conditioner Filters
6.1.4 Floor-ceiling models As shown in the diagram, remove the front panel and the filter. A Pull the return grid towards you on either side to open it. To remove filters, pull them upward. Some variants allow you to remove the filters without taking apart the front panel. Console models, 6.1.5 6.2 Filter maintenance Utilizing a vacuum cleaner, clean the filters.
Page 22. Diagnosis
7. ADVICE FOR DIAGNOSIS If any of the following occurrences occur, turn the product off right away (OFF), cut the power right away (circuit-breaker), and get in touch with the closest qualified technician. Even after turning the power on and off again, the operational indication ”
The word “OPERATION” or another indication is flashing quickly (5 times per second), and this flashing continues even after turning the power on and off again and after allowing the product to run for more than 3 minutes.
The information in this manual is subject to change without notice. Later updates may incorporate data that wasn’t accessible when this guide was published.
Frequently Asked Questions FAQs
- Where can I buy Zenith Air Conditioner (A.C) in USA and other countries.
2. Is it possible to replace a damaged Part of the Zenith Air Conditioner.
Ans: It is very possible to replace a damaged Parts as you can get it on ApplianceFactoryParts.
3. Can I clean the filter without dismantling the AC
Ans: It is very possible to clean the filter without dismantling the Zenith Air Conditioner.
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Remember to call a certified Technician incase of a damaged part to avoid unnecessary changes.