The remote has three simple buttons on the outside. Your red button is power. This button is colder. This button is warmer underneath the slide panel. We have all your auxiliary functions. You have your mode button which will move you from heating, which is a sunshine cooling, which is a snowflake dehumidifying, which is a little dew drop. We do have a Nakano cool which will raise the temperature six degrees over a period of eight hours time. Our next button over is our fan, Ταχύτητα, which is the top of the next row, which would be either automatic, which lets the computer control it. It runs the fan up and down as demand changes, or you can lock it into a quiet mode or one of four other fan speed modes. You also have control of the vane. As far as the up and down again, you have automatic which the computer will adjust it depending on whether your heating or cooling, and send the air in the correct direction to take care of the space or you can lock it to a certain direction. Most, the remotes have a button called smart set which was really put on there to allow you to go down to 50 degrees in heating. It was a great feature for people with weakened homes in this area, where they want to keep it 50 during the week. Be able to come up hit the button think it’s right back to their 70 or whatever their preference is then there’s also for auxilary buttons for a time set and a timer to shut the unit on and off automatically your batteries.
You just pull the cover. The rest away off to triple a batteries generally about three years of operating service out of a set of batteries, it’s a very simple system, much like when you watch TV you set your channel and that you want your TV to be at this. You just set the temperature, you want your unit to be at, and the unit will take charge. Then the temperature will be sensed at the return. Air of the unit is not cents from here.