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AIR CONDITIONER & HEATER
IMPORTANT: READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ASSEMBLY AND USE
Read and follow all safety rules and instructions
before operating this equipment.
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Air Conditioner & Heater
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ABLE OF CONTENTS
Evaporator (indoor unit)
TERIGHT CR12000SACH Mini-Split Air Conditioner and Heater
Thank you for choosing ClimateRight. This owner’s manual will provide you
with valuable information necessary for the proper care, installation, and
maintenance of your new product. Please take a few moments to thoroughly
read the instructions and familiarize yourself with all the operational aspects of
your new ClimateRight Mini-Split Air Conditioner and Heater.
For your records, please attach a copy of your sales receipt to this manual.
Also, write the store name/location, date purchased, and serial number below:
Store Name: _________________________________________________________
Date Purchased: ______________________________________________________
Serial Number: _______________________________________________________
Introduction & Contents .............................................
Safety Instructions .....................................................
Package Contents .....................................................
Assembly Instructions ...............................................
Maintenance & Care..................................................
Limited Warranty ......................................................
Condenser (outdoor unit)
User Guide .................................................................
Remote Controller ..................................................... 6
Instructions ............................................... 7-
Power Cord Assembly
ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING YOUR
Mini Split Air Conditioner and Heater
ARNING: TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC
SHOCK OR INJUR
• Fully assemble befo
• Do not
epair or modify the unit unless
epairs should be completed by
• The plug for this unit is polarized with one
blade wider than the othe
. Do not fo
plug into an electrical outlet. Do not alter
the plug in any way. If the plug dose not
to install a p
• Do not use if the power co
d or plug is
damaged or the connection to the wall
outlet is loose.
lower back of the unit.
• Do not damage, b
pull, twist, bundle, coat, pinch, or place
heavy objects on the power co
emove dust f
om the power
• If the power plug is damaged, it must be
• Remove the power plug f
om the outlet
e cleaning the unit. When
the power plug, grasp by holding the plug
itself, never hold by the co
• Remove the power plug f
om the outlet
when not in use.
• Do not handle the power plug with wet
• Do not operate the unit when using indoor
• Do not clean unit with benzene or
. Do not spray
insecticides on the unit.
• Do not use the unit whe
e it is
humid or whe
e the unit may
come wet, such as in a bath
objects into the air intake or outlet.
gases. Do not use near ciga
incense, or other spark-c
• Unit will not
emove radon or
carbon monoxide emitted f
heating appliances or other sou
• Do not block the air intake or air outlet
e that the
e is p
• Do not use near hot objects, such as
• Do not use whe
e the unit may come
into contact with steam.
• Do not use the unit on its side.
• Do not install whe
e the air outlet will
• Keep away f
• Keep child
en and pets away f
• Always unplug the unit befo
cleaning or servicing.
• Use of an extension cord is not
recommended as it could prevent the
unit from operating normally and could
potentially pose a fire and safety risk.
It is recommended that unit is located
near a 3-prong 115V GFCI outlet. If
one is not available, a qualified
electrician should install one.
Interior Fan / Control Unit
Exterior Condensor Unit
Installation Parts and Accessories
This air conditioner is designed to create a comfortable climate for individuals in the
affected room. It can cool and dehumidify the air completely automatically and also
provide heat using a heat pump. Air pulled by the fan enters through the grill of the
front panel and passes through the filter, which traps dust inside. Air is then sent to
the heat exchanger and is cooled, dehumidified, or re-heated by the heat exchanger.
Heat removed from the air is then sent outside. When the cycle is finished, the fan
sends the freshened air back into the room. The direction of the air outlet is
regulated by the flaps, which are motorized to move up and down as well as side to
side by the vertical directors.
Auto Mode: The auto mode allows the air conditioner to maintain a pre-programmed
temperature of 76 degrees in the affected room. While in this mode, the air
conditioner will automatically select the appropriate fan speed and mode of
operation, COOL or HEAT, to maintain that temperature.
Cooling Mode: The cooling mode allows the air conditioner to cool the room while
dehumidifying the air at the same time. To activate the cooling mode, press the
MODE button on the remote until the symbol is pointing to COOL on the remote’s
display. The desired cooling temperature is set by using the TEMP buttons
on the remote to set the system to a temperature lower than that of the room.
Dry Mode: The system can be set to run in DRY mode, reducing the humidity of the
air in the room for increased comfort. To activate the dry mode, press the MODE
button on the remote until the symbol is pointing to DRY on the remote’s display.
The air conditioner will automatically cycle between cooling and fan only modes to
dehumidify the air.
Heating Mode: The heating mode allows the air conditioner to produce hot air using
a heat pump. To activate the heating mode, press the MODE button on the remote
until the symbol is pointing to HEAT on the remote’s display. The desired
heating temperature is set by using the TEMP buttons on the remote to set
the system to a temperature higher than that of the room.
Fan Mode: The system can be set to run in FAN mode, providing ventilation only. To
activate the fan mode, press the MODE button on the remote until the symbol is
pointing to FAN on the remote’s display. Pressing the FAN SPEED button while in
this mode changes the fan speed to LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH, and AUTO. The remote
control will automatically save the last fan speed setting from the previous time the
system was in operation.
Sleep Function: This system can also function in SLEEP mode, which will
automatically adjust the temperature to maximize comfort during night time sleep.
To put the air conditioner into SLEEP mode, press the SLEEP button on the remote
until the symbol is pointing to SLEEP on the remote’s display. If the system is set
to run using the cooling or dry modes, the set temperature will automatically be
raised by 1 degree every 60 minutes for a total of 2 degrees during the first 2 hours.
If the system is set to run using the heat mode, the set temperature will be gradually
lowered by 2 degrees during the first 2 hours. After 10 hours operating in the SLEEP
mode, the system will switch off automatically.
Timer Function: The TIMER function allows the system to automatically switch on and off
based on your settings. To set timed start, the system should be turned off. Press TIMER, set
the desired temperature by the pressing the or buttons. Press TIMER again and set the
amount of time, again using the or buttons. Press TIMER again until the display shows
the amount of time entered until the programmed TIMER start. The timer is now set. Before
setting the timer you will need to select the mode of operation, the fan speed, and desired
temperature then turn the system off using the ON/OFF button. To cancel a timed start that
has already been entered, press the TIMER button again.
To set a timed stop, the system should be turned on. Press the TIMER button, then use the
or buttons to set the amount of time desired until the system will automatically stop.
As you do this, the display will show the amount of time the system can be programmed to
stop after. To cancel a timed stop that has already been entered, press the TIMER button
If the system loses power or is turned off, it will be necessary to reset a timed a timed start or
timed stop again using the above instructions. Both timer functions can only be
programmed in half hour increments.
Ensure proper ventilation and avoid anything that may obstruct operation the front of the
Do not install the unit near the following places:
• Hot flammable items such as a spark or hot oil
• Poisonous or sultry gases are generated
• Seaside district exposed to sea breezes
• Air conditioner body and remote controller must be (39-3/4”) or more away from a TV or
• Drain the dehumidified water from the indoor uni
Do not install the unit near the following places:
When installing the unit, choose a place which can stand the weight of the unit and does not
increase the operation noise or vibration. Avoid areas where there may be vibration in the
house, and affix the unit by inserting / attaching vibration-proof pads between the unit and
• Avoid leaving items near the outlet and inlet of the outdoor unit. These can cause
malfunction or increase operation noise.
• Consult your ClimateRight
Customer Service Representative if you continue to hear
irregular sounds during operation
PRE SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
e there is enough space between the unit and the walls.
- Reduce the bending of the piping line as much as possible to avoid
of the unit (
- Install the unit
on a sturdy base or frame that
vibration and noise.
- Install the unit where it will not be exposed to direct rain
and is well ventilated
- Do not install the unit on non-metal frame.
- Pay attention to the drainage of the condensed water from the base plate
Avoid positioning air outlet directly against the wind.
Outdoor Space Requir
ools needed for installation:
Drill with Drill Bits
6 – 2” Wood Screws
2-¾” hole saw
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
1. Gather the tools and parts listed below and
prepare a workspace where small items, such
as screws and other small parts, can be safely
set aside and not lost.
Punch or Chisel
Phillips Screw Driver (#2)
Power Cord Connector
2. On the rear of the power plug, both screws
should be loosened to allow the power cable to
be inserted as shown in step 4.
3. Remove the end of the power plug by
loosening the 3 screws indicated.
4. Thread the end of the cable through
the rear of the power plug as shown.
Ensure the end without the spade
terminals is used in this step.
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
5. Using wire cutters, clip the white, black,
and green wires within approximately 1”
of the black insulation as shown. Using
wire stripper, remove approximately 1/2”
of insulation off the end of each of the 3
wires clipped. Twist the copper conductor
threads after stripping the insulation, to
Align the wires and secure the copper
conductors into the plug terminals as
nsert the copper as
possible into the terminals
clamping the insulation. Ensure
wire is connected to the
terminal with the
green screw, the white
wire to the terminal
with the silver screw,
and the black wire to
the terminal with the
brass screw. Tighten
all 3 terminal screws
and make sure all
wires are secure.
Slide the rear piece of the power plug
forward on the wire and reattach with 3
screws on front. The front and rear pieces
must be aligned for the screws to thread
properly, note that there are two screws
closer together when mating the two
Tighten the two screws on the rear of
the power plug to complete the
attachment of the plug to the power cord.
Do not connect to power outlet until
the rest of the steps have been
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
9. Remove screws and plastic washers
from side panels A, B, and C; each panel
has 3 screws and 3 washers as indicated.
Set both the screws, plastic washers, and
panels aside until later.
10. Place Panel B on
sturdy surface then
use a hammer and
punch to break out the
right circular tab as
shown. This is where
the power cord will
be passed through and
attached to the
11. Unscrew the plastic nut from the
enclosure connector as shown. Then set
aside for later. Thread the end of the power
cable through the enclosure connector as
shown. The black insulator should be flush
with the end of the
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
12. Thread the 3 wires from the power
cable and the enclosure connector
through the punched hole in Panel B.
Reattach plastic nut from Step 1
hand tighten until snug. Note that the step
secures the enclosure connector to Panel
B only and that power cord can still move.
13. Secure the wire to the enclosure
connector by tightening the pressure nut
on the left as indicated. Set aside until
. From the Panel A & B opening on the
outdoor unit, carefully pull out the loose
indoor unit wiring harness as shown.
Either slide the zip tie or cut it to allow
enough length so that the wiring harness
can be threaded through the machine to
the Panel C opening.
15. The wiring harness should be pulled
out of the Panel C opening so that it can
be connected to the matching wiring
harness that is bundled with the interior
unit line set.
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
16. Remove the left screw on the strain
relief as shown and set aside. Take care to
avoid dropping screw into the unit. Then
pivot the top half of the strain relief out of
the way as shown.
17. Unscrew brass grounding screw as
shown and remove screw and both
washers from unit. Again, take care as
screw and washers can roll or fall into unit
once they are loose.
18. Once the grounding screw is removed,
slide it into the green grounding wire
terminal on the power cord. Ensure that
both washers are between the screw head
and wire terminal as shown.
. Carefully holding the brass grounding
screw, washers, and terminal together,
begin to tighten screw onto the unit as
shown. Once the screw has been
sufficiently threaded into the hole so as not
to come off unexpectedly, bend the green
grounding wire as shown and then finishing
tightening the brass grounding screw.
20. Loosen the screws in the two unused
terminals in the terminal block on the
lower left labeled L and N. Slide the spade
connectors on the ends the black and
white wires from the power cord into the
terminal block of the unit and tighten
screws. The black wire must be
connected to the L terminal and the white
wire to the N terminal.
21. Route all 3 wires (White, Black, and
Green) through the strain relief and tighten
with screw removed in Step 16.
22. Place Panel B back on unit and tighten
with 3 screws and plastic washers. Then
return panels A and C as well, securing
with screws and plastic washers.
TION OF INDOOR UNIT
Installation of Wall-mounting Plate
Attach the wall-mounting plate firmly
wall with screws. Make sure to level the
plate. A slanted wall-mounting plate might
jeopardize the discharge of the condensed
Drill Holes on the Wall
Drill holes slightly below the wall-mounting
plate, with hole diameter of 65mm (2
and the outer hole 5-10mm
as shown (Fig. B). This
condensed water to flow out
the wall penetrating pipe to
according to thickness of the
”) longer than the wall
and insert the pipe as indicated.
on of Drain Pipe
Install the pipelines of the indoor unit in
accordance with the direction of the wall
holes. Tightly wrap the drain pipe and the
pipelines with tape. Make sure that the
drain pipe is underneath the pipelines.
(Fig. C) Condensation may occur on the
surfaces if the humidity is very high.
Installation of Indoor Unit
Attach the connection wires, connecting
pipelines and drain pipe through the wall
Hang the indoor unit on the hooks at the
top of the wall-mounting plate so that the
hooks at the bottom of the indoor unit
match the hooks of the wall-mounting
plate. (Fig. D
A. Check if the hooks at the top and
bottom are firmly fixed.
B. Check if the position of the master unit
is properly leveled.
C. The drain pipe should not curve upward
D. The drain pipe should be at the lower
part of the wall pipes (Fig. E).
Pipelines can be
routed in the order of
1, 2, 3, 4
5 as indicated
. (Fig. A)
A groove has to be opened on the base
stand if pipes 3, 4, or 5 have been
connected. (Fig. A)
resist earthquakes or strong winds.
Dimensions for parallel units installations
- As the gravity center of the unit is not at the installation center, special caution should be
taken when using hoisting cables to lift it up.
- During shipping, do not slant the unit to over 45 degrees
. (Unit should also be stored in
Whole-Unit type quick coupler pipeline
screws on the maintenance plate
a screwdriver and take off the plate, remove
dust caps on both indoor male coupler and
- Press the projecting section of outdoor female
coupler backward with a little force by the thumb
make inner hooks open, and then you can
out the outdoor valve for gas leaking
- In the same way,press the projecting section
backward, connect the indoor male coupler to
outdoor female coupler.
Next step continued on next page
- Close the key lever of indoor male coupler to
. You can now hear the
indoor and outdoor refrigerant will be
- Connect the outdoor quick cable coupler
with the indoor quick cable cou
- Finally, re-install the maintenance plate back
into it's place.
Keep the outdoor valve for and the dust caps for
future possible use on the
emoval of your air
Ensure the electrical quick coupler
. The appliance should be
installed in accordance with national wiring
regulation. lf the supply cord is damaged, it
be replaced by the manufacturer,
- Wrap the pipelines tightly with ethylene tape.
- Fix the wrapped pipelines on the exterior wall with clamps.
- Fill in the gaps left over by the pipeline hole and wall hole to prevent rain-water
to power source
the function selection keys on the remote
controller are working
- Check if the room temperature adjustments and timer settings
- Check if the drain is work
- Check if there
any abnormal noises or vibrations during operation.
- Check if there
any leakage of refrigerant.
MAINTENANCE AND CARE
Power Cord Car
• Do not rest anything on the power cord
• Do not place the Mini-Split Air Conditioner condenser where people or pets may
trip over or walk on the power cord
• Do not pick the unit up by the power cord
• Inspect the power cord before use to ensure the cord and plug are in
Inspection and maintenance:
- According to the service conditions and operating environment, the inside of the
conditioner will become dirty after several seasons (3 to 5 years) of service,
decreased operating performance. Inspection and maintenance are
in addition to usual cleaning
- We recommend performing inspection and maintenance during off-season
Before carrying out any maintenance, disconnect the power supply by
unplugging the outdoor unit from the wall outlet.
1. Open the front panel.
2. Keeping the front panel raised with one hand, take out the air filters with
the other hand.
3. Clean the filters with water; if the filter is soiled with oil, it can be washed
with warm water not to exceed 45 degrees C. Leave to dry in a cool and
4. Keeping the front panel raised with one hand, insert the air filters with the
The Heat Exchanger
1. Open the front panel of the unit and lift it till its greatest stroke and then
unhooking it from the hinges to make the cleaning easier.
2. Clean the indoor unit using a cloth with water and a neutral soap. Never
use aggressive solvents or detergents.
3. Wipe any remnants of soap from the heat exchanger. Allow to dry before
replacing the front panel.
Seasonally give the outdoor unit a light misting of water to remove any debris
that may have accumulated throughout the season. PLEASE NOTE:
DISCONNECT FROM WALL OUTLET BEFORE PERFORMING THIS STEP AS
TO AVOID ANY ELECTRIC SHOCK.
ClimateRight products (“ClimateRight”) are warranted by ClimateRight LLC, the
manufacturer, and the distributor of ClimateRight portable air conditioning and heating
products and air purification products to be free from defective workmanship and
materials. ClimateRight portable air conditioners, heaters, and air purifiers are warrantied
to the original owner only, for one (1) year from the date of purchase against
manufacturer defects under normal use and service. This Warranty is not transferable
and applies only to original purchases and original purchase dates. After the expiration
of the Warranty term (1 year), the owner is responsible for all costs associated with repair
ITEMS NOT COVERED IN THE WARRANTY:
• Cosmetic damage such as scratches and dents
• Normal wear and tear on parts or replacement parts designed to be replaced, such as
filters and hoses
• Optional accessories, attachments, and appearance items
• Products lost in shipment or theft
• Products sold AS IS or from an unauthorized reseller
WHAT WILL CAUSE A VOID OF WARRANTY?
Although ClimateRight products are versatile and can be used in many non-permanent
applications, they cannot be expected to operate and maintain its intended quality when
used in extreme or unreasonable circumstances and applications. If any of the following
apply the warranty will be voided regardless of the purchase date:
• Climate Right products that have been altered or customized
• Climate Right products that have damage or failure due to improper maintenance.
Please refer to the maintenance instructions provided in the owner’s manual
• The use of ClimateRight products in commercial settings or in settings not specifically
recommended on our official company website
• Products that have been modified to perform outside of specifications without the prior
written permission of ClimateRight, LLC
• Products that have had their serial numbers removed, defaced, or been invalidated
Permanent mounting of these products to moving vehicles
This unit is
error codes that allow
us to pinpoint the root
cause of any issues.
Below is a list of each
error codes and what
aspect of the unit is
HOW TO FILE A WARRANTY CLAIM:
All warranty claims must be submitted in writing or received and confirmed by email from
an authorized ClimateRight representative. A web form is also available at
www.climaterightair.com to submit your claim as well. If ClimateRight LLC, at its sole
discretion, deems your Warranty claim valid, a prepaid shipping label will be sent to the
address provided for return of the climate right unit for inspection and repair or
replacement. In good faith, we will send you out a replacement unit before receiving the
defective unit back. If, during inspection, the unit has been found to be defect free or has
been modified in any way to cause a defect, the customer will be charged for the
replacement unit plus shipping and handling fees and no refund will be issued for the
initial purchase. If the unit has been found to be defective the original purchase price
will be refunded.
Please note: Any damage caused by improper packaging of the return unit to the
authorized service center will void the warranty.
BUYER’S REMORSE POLICY:
If you are not completely satisfied with the product received, ClimateRight will accept the
return of the product within 30 days from the date of purchase. Customer will be
responsible for the return shipping costs associated with shipping the product back to
ClimateRight. Customer is responsible for the proper packaging of the product for return
ensuring no damage to the product while in transit as well as any lost packages. Once
we receive the product back, we will do a thorough inspection verifying that there is no
damage to the product and that all accessories are included, and will, at that time, issue
a full refund.