The content for air conditioner manuals varies by type of unit, model and brand, often highlighting unique features and operational parameters of different appliances. Typically, an air conditioner owner's manual contains safety precautions, diagrams of the unit, installation instructions, operational instructions, maintenance recommendations and a troubleshooting support section.
The GE 10 AZA air conditioner user manual, for example, is divided into six sections: Safety Information, Operating Instructions, Care and Cleaning, Installation, Troubleshooting Tips and Consumer Support. The first section lists customer precautions, highlighting risks from different power supply situations. In the Operating Instructions, the user is shown how to use the features of the unit, while the Care and Cleaning section notes the best methods for flushing out contaminants in various parts of the GE model. The Installation Instructions highlight model-specific information for safe and effective mounting of air conditioners. In case of malfunction, the Troubleshooting Tips notes baseline operation parameters and what defect situations require a technician service call, while the Consumer Support assists in contacting GE for warranty and appliance information not covered in the manual.
With the Daikin K(E) series air conditioner owner's manual, many of the same areas of information as the GE manual are covered. The Daikin series, however, is a permanently-mounted unit, unlike the GE 10 AZA, so installation instructions are omitted. Room-mounted models typically require more technical skill, installed by a qualified HVAC technician instead of a consumer.