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  • Warranty Statement

    HOME APPLIANCES ROOM AIR CONDITIONER LIMITED WARRANTY TO ORIGINAL PURCHASER This SAMSUNG brand product, as supplied and distributed by SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC. (SAMSUNG)and delivered new, in the original carton to the original consumer purchaser, is warranted by SAMSUNG against [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Where Is The Serial Number Located?

    The serial number is located on the right side of the air conditioner. Note: If the complete serial number is not visible when the air conditioner is installed in a window, you can also find it behind the front panel. [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • Noise And Odor

    If you are hearing the fan in your air conditioner hitting water, it is normal. On less humid days, the heat from the compressor and condenser will evaporate any water from the condenser. On very humid days, the excessive water will collect in the bottom of the pan, and the fan will hit the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Noise Coming From The Air Conditioner

    If there is excessive noise coming from your air conditioner, the problem is most likely caused by an improper installation. To drain water from the reservoir pan at the bottom of the air conditioner, your air conditioner needs to be angled 5° (about ¼ inch) towards the back of the window. If [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Rattling Noise

    Rattling noises are usually caused by loose mounting hardware. Please check all mounting hardware such as panel side vents, and outside leveling brackets if equipped. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Your Air Conditioner Is Leaking

    Air conditioners in the US no longer use the drain hole method of eliminating water that condenses on the evaporator. Instead, all manufacturers are building air conditioners that collect the condensed water in a pan, usually at the bottom of the unit, and spray the water on the condenser and [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Your Air Conditioner Is Not As Forceful As It User To Be

    If your air conditioner isn't outputting air as forcefully as it once did, chances are you need to clean the filter. Be sure to clean the air filter periodically to keep the air conditioner operating at optimum level. To clean the filter, follow these steps: Open the front grille by pulling [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Adjust The Temperature On Your Air Conditioner

    To adjust the temperature on most electronic Samsung air conditioners, follow these steps: Turn the air conditioner on by pressing the On/Off button on the front panel. The air conditioner will start in about three minutes. If the temperature is not displayed on the front panel, press the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Water/Moisture Is Forming On Or Around The Air Vents

    It is normal for some water/moisture to form and/or blow from the vents. Samsung air conditioners have a pan on the bottom that catches condensed water from the cooling coils. Fan blades pick up the water and spray it as a fine mist onto the compressor, cooling the compressor. This process [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Set The Fan Speed

    To set the fan speed and change the air flow speed on most Samsung electronic air conditioners, you either: Press the High, Medium, or Low button on the remote control or Press the Fan Speed button on the front panel of the air conditioner until the desired Fan speed (F1, F2, or F3) is [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Your Air Conditioner Won't Turn On

    If your air conditioner won't turn on, do the following: Check the circuit breaker connected to the outlet you plugged the air conditioner into and make sure it is set to On. If the breaker is on, unplug the air conditioner and plug an appliance or device of the same voltage (for example, a [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Air Conditioner Is Turning On And Off

    This is normal. Your air conditioner goes off when your room reaches the temperature you entered into the control panel. It goes back on when the temperature in the room rises a few degrees above the temperature you entered. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Air Conditioner Is Not Cooling

    If your air conditioner is not cooling, try the following: Do you have the correct size air conditioner? Click here to find the proper size air conditioner for your room. Check the thermostat to see if it is set to the desired temperature. Make sure that no dust, pollen, or debris has [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Set The Sleep Timer

    Important: To set the Sleep Timer, your air conditioner must be in the Cool mode. [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • How To Set The Off Timer

    Important: To set the Off Timer, your air conditioner must be on. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • E1, E2, or E3 In The Display Panel And Won't Turn On

    If the air conditioner displays E1 in the display panel and won't turn on, it means that the Room Thermistor (a device connected to the thermostat that detects room temperature) is shorted or defective, and you need to have the air conditioner serviced. If it displays E2, E3, or any other E [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Air Conditioner Keeps Tripping The Circuit Breaker

    If your air conditioner keeps tripping a circuit breaker, it means that the combined load of all the electrical devices on that circuit - lamps, TVs, whatever, and the air conditioner - is too great. What you need to do is turn off or unplug all of the other devices plugged into that circuit, [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • There Is Ice On The Coils Of Your Air Conditioner

    The formation of ice on the coils of an air conditioner (or anywhere else) is typically caused by the following conditions: The room in which the air conditioner sits is warm and the humidity level is high The thermostat has been set to a temperature much lower than the room temperature so [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Set The On Timer

    Important: To set the On Timer, your air conditioner must be off. [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • When You Turn Your Air Conditioner On, There Is A Bad Smell

    If your air conditioner emits a bad smell when you turn it on, you probably need to clean the air filter. In general, to clean your air filter, you need to: Turn off and unplug your air conditioner. Note: If you can't unplug the air conditioner, switch off the circuit breaker of the circuit [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Your Air Conditioner Won't Shut Off

    If your air conditioner doesn't shut off automatically, it may be because you set the temperature on the unit too low. To fix the problem, you should try resetting the temperature. Setting the Temperature on Electronic Air Conditioners To adjust the temperature on most electronic Samsung air [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Selecting The Correct Size Air Conditioner

    The required cooling capacity for a room air conditioner depends on the size of the room being cooled: Room air conditioners generally have cooling capacities that range from 5,000 Btu per hour to 25,000 Btu per hour. Proper sizing is very important for efficient air conditioning. A bigger [Troubleshooting Guide]

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