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There should be a "mode" button. Press it until you get a sun symbol, then set the temp to 23c. You can run it in "auto" and just increase the set temperature, reducing it to 19 when you want it to cool again.
Set the camera's shooting mode to one of the remote modes. Quick-response remote fires the shutter when you press the button on the remote. Delayed remote gives you two seconds to hide the remote behind your back before firing the shutter.
Press and hold the shooting mode button (just to the right of the control panel on the top of the camera, marked with overlapping rectangles) and turn the main command dial (on the back) to cycle through the different shooting modes. The quick-response remote mode is represented by an icon of the remote control. The delayed remote mode is represented by the remote icon and the self-timer icon.
hi.welcome to the mitsubishi worl of airconditioning.thay are great units to have.ok let me explane this for you.
the sun is for heat mode the snow flake is for cooling mode rain droplet is for dehumifiy the air if its a humid day.i hope this helps you.you have to choose the modes on the remote for the unit.then the unit will do the mode you choose on the day.