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  • How to Use a Mitsubishi Air Conditioner Remote Control

    Getting to travel and arriving at a place with varying temperatures can be really worrying when you do not know how to operate the HVAC system in the house you are getting to stay. Or picture this, your child just touched all the buttons and now you do not know how to set them. If this is your case, then you need to worry less since this article for you.

    When handling any Mitsubishi remote controller, it is important to note that the signal can reach a range of about 6m when the remote is pointed at the front of the indoor unit. Just like any electronic gadget, one should use the remote carefully since it will be unable to operate when it is wet or after it has been dropped. The buttons on the remote controller all have different roles and when each is pressed, one or two beeps will be heard from the indoor unit. Operate again if no sound is heard.

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    • The red button is for power.
    • The down arrow button is for reducing the temperature.
    • The up-arrow button is for increasing the temperature.
    • On the lower side are the auxiliary functions.
    • MODE- Moves functionality from HEATING, COOLING to DEHUMIDIFYING (A picture on the screen with arrows pointing to each other represents AUTO mode. The raindrop represents DEHUMIDIFYING mode. The sun represents HEAT mode)
    • ECONO COOL- Raises the temperature 6 degrees over 8 hours
    • FAN- Runs the fan automatically or it can be in the quiet mode as well as other four set fan speeds. AUTO mode depends on the temperature set in the room.
    • VANE- Controls the vane automatically or you can lock it in a certain direction. It controls the height of airflow.
    • SMART SET- Allows one to go down to 50 in heating. It is a great feature especially for those with weekend homes.
    • The four auxiliary buttons on the right are used for timer functions. They automatically turn ON or OFF the unit according to the times the user set.
    In case your remote controller is damaged, or you need a replacement, feel free to talk to our HVAC specialist as well as checking out the replacement in our store.
    Last edited by Lameck; 12-02-2020, 02:15 PM.
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