For safety, be sure to turn mini split air conditioner off and also to disconnect the power before cleaning.
Do not pour water on the indoor unit to clean it. This will damage the internal components and cause an electric shock hazard.
Never use solvents, or harsh chemicals when cleaning the indoor unit.
Do not wipe the plastic casing using very hot water.
Some metal edges and the fins are sharp and may cause injury if handled improperly; be especially careful when you clean these parts.
Clean casing and grille of the ductless indoor unit with a vacuum cleaner brush, or wipe them with a clean, soft cloth. If these parts are stained, use a clean cloth moistened with a mild liquid detergent. When cleaning the grille, be careful not to force the vanes out of place.
The internal coil and other components of the ductless outdoor unit must be cleaned every year. Consult your dealer or service center.
Anti-mold filter behind the air intake grille should be checked and cleaned at least once every two weeks. To remove the anti-mold filter, grasp both ends of the air intake grille, and remove it by opening towards the front and pulling towards you. Remove the anti-mold filter attached to the rear of the air intake grille. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove light dust. If there is sticky dust on the filter, wash the filter in lukewarm, soapy water, rinse it in clean water, and dry it.
To replace the anti-mold filter, with the FRONT mark of the anti-mold filter at the front, align the two indentions near the mark with the hooks at the rear of the air intake grille, and then mount the anti-mold filter. Allow the edge of the air intake grille to slide into the top of the indoor unit, and then insert it all the way inside. To attach the air intake grille to the indoor unit, press its bottom right and left corners as well as its bottom center into place. Attach so that the round pins at the top right and left corners of the air intake grille are inserted into the grooves at the top right and left of the indoor unit.
The air clean filter removes dust and dirt from the air, and reduces odors and smoke from tobacco. This air clean filter cannot remove harmful gases or vapors nor ventilate air in the room. You must open doors or windows frequently when you use gas or oil heating appliances. Otherwise there is a risk of suffocation in extreme cases.
The air clean filter should be sucked to remove dust in low fan speed of a vacuum cleaner once every three months. If there is heavily grime on the filter, soak the filter in lukewarm water with neutral detergent diluted 1:500 for 1 to 2 minutes then wash it. Rinse the filter in clean water, and then let it dry on the towel in room temperature. Do not bend nor give excessive force onto the air clean filter. If the filter surface is heavily blocked with dirt or damaged, replace it with new one.
To purchase a replacement filter call us at 888 718-8448 or stop-by our showroom.
To clean the main unit and remote control unit wipe clean using a soft, dry cloth. To remove stubborn dirt, moisten a cloth in warm water no hotter than 104 °F, wring thoroughly, and then wipe. The air intake grille can be removed in order to wash it with water. Clean the grille gently using a soft sponge, or the like. Then wipe away any remaining moisture. Neutral detergent may be used to remove stubborn dirt. Then rinse thoroughly with water and wipe away any remaining moisture.
Follow the steps below when the negative ion generator has become dirty. Remove the dust on the negative ion generator - use a toothbrush to dust off the end, use a cotton swab to clean around the generator inside the plastic case, taking care not to touch the electrodes. Do not apply excessive force while performing maintenance.
Note that during use, the negative ion generator and other metal parts may become discolored; this is normal and not indicative of malfunctioning. If the dirt on and around the negative ion generator is left to build up, a puffing or sputtering sound will eventually be heard. In this case, clean the generator immediately.