Windmill 6000 BTU Window AC in the Window Air Conditioners Department Instruction Manual

Windmill 6000 BTU Window AC in the Window Air Conditioners Department Instruction Manual Windmill 6000 BTU Window AC in the Window Air Conditioners Department

Let’s chat safety

The Windmill AC is a large home appliance with many moving parts. As you can imagine, there are a lot of important safety instructions that will help keep you, others, your home, and your AC safe. PLEASE READ ALL SAFETY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION AND USE Use your new window air conditioner only as instructed in this Owner’s Guide and the Installation Guide. These instructions, cautions, and warnings are not meant to cover every possible situation or condition that may come up during installation and operation. As with any appliance, common sense and caution must be used when installing, operating, cleaning, and maintaining your window AC. This Owner’s Guide and the Installation Guide are available at: Please read both guides before setting up and using your AC. For installation help, please visit windmillair. com/support or email us at [email protected]. A couple of important symbols to know: (you’ll see them throughout this guide) Warning Icon WARNING You (or others) may be killed or seriously injured if you do not follow these instructions. Warning Icon CAUTION You (or others) may be injured or cause damage to your AC or property if you do not follow these instructions.



This is NOT the Installation Guide. Please use the included Installation Guide to install your AC and follow all warnings and cautions. The Installation Guide is included in the box and can also be found at Warning Icon CAUTION

Electrical power


Outlet information Standard 120 V, 3-wire grounding receptacle rated 15 A / 120 VAC / 60 Hz Power information Use 15 A time delay fuse or 15 A circuit breaker. For 120 V Electrical power Power cord includes a current device that can detect damage. TEST and RESET buttons are provided on the plug case. Never press the TEST button when the unit is operating. This device should be tested often when the unit is NOT operating. To test the device, press the TEST button. The RESET button should pop out. Then, press the RESET button, which should stay engaged. For proper operation, make sure the RESET button is pressed in. If the TEST button does not cause the RESET button to pop out or if the RESET button will not stay engaged, do NOT use the AC unit. Contact Windmill support at [email protected].



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For R32 Only Warning Icon WARNING RISK OF FIRE OR EXPLOSION. This unit contains a newer refrigerant called R32 that has a lower Global Warming Potential than older refrigerants like R410A. It is a flammable refrigerant and has special safety precautions and advisories that must be followed:

FCC statement

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Interference Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by tuning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
  1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
  2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
FCC caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Host device labeling: This device includes the following module. Contains FCC ID: 2AC7Z-ESP32WROOM32E RF exposure statement This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum 20 cm between the radiator and your body. This transmitter must not be collocated or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter unless authorized to do so by the FCC. RF exposure statement

Get to know your AC

Get to know your AC Behind front grille Behind front grille

  1. Remove front intake grille by gently pulling the bottom groove.
  2. Behind this grille, you will find your serial number, model number, and other important product information and cautions. Top view
  3. On top of the unit behind the top bar, you will find important disposal and safety information.
  1. Power button Turn the AC on and off
  2. Power indicator light Shows the AC is powered on (you can shut this light off by holding down Mode for 5 seconds).
  3. Wi fi button Hold this down for 5 seconds to begin pairing with your app. The wifi indicator light will flash until you pair successfully.
  4. Clean filter button Hold this down for 5 seconds after cleaning or replacing your filter to reset the change filter indicator light.
  5. Mode button Use this to change the mode to cool, eco, or fan.
  6. Fan button Use this to change the fan speed to high (3), medium (2), low (1), or auto (A). Auto means the fan only runs when the AC is cooling (versus running continuously).
  7. Set temperature button Use this to adjust the temperature up or down.
Remote Remote controls Unit controls Unit controls Temperature display This area will display the room temperature. When you adjust the temperature up or down using the temperature button, this area will then show the set temperature so you can choose your new desired temperature. Once you choose your new desired temperature, the display will flash this new set temperature twice before again displaying the room temperature. Temperature display Fan display This display area will show the different fan speed options as you cycle through using the fan button. Once you find your desired fan speed, it will flash twice before again displaying the room temperature. The fan speeds are displayed as follows: High: 3 Medium: 2 Low: 1 Auto: A Cool mode This mode helps keep your home cool, comfortable, and dehumidified. In this mode, you can choose any fan speed (low, medium, high, auto). The fan will run continuously in this mode (unless on auto fan speed). Use the temperature button to adjust to your desired set temperature. Eco (Energy Saver) mode The unit will turn on by default in this mode to ensure the unit runs efficiently and to help you save on your energy bill. In this mode, the compressor turns off when your desired temperature is reached. The fan will run periodically until the room temperature is above your desired temperature. At this point, the compressor will turn back on to help cool the room back down to your desired temperature. In this mode, you can choose any fan speed (low, medium, high, or auto). Use the temperature button to adjust to your desired set temperature. Fan mode Use this mode to run the fan only. The compressor will not turn on. You can choose high, medium, or low fan speed. Auto fan does not work in this mode. The display will show the room temperature, and you cannot adjust the set temperature in this mode. Fan mode
Other important operating notes: Wifi indicator light To connect your unit to the Windmill app, hold down the wifi button for 5 seconds. It will continue to flash for 60 seconds. If it does not pair, it will stop flashing after 60 seconds. If it does pair, the wifi indicator light will stay lit. Note: this wifi indicator light will flash for 60 seconds when initially plugged in - it will stop after 60 seconds if you do not wish to pair with the app. Degree symbol & clean filter indicator The degree symbol will change from white to orange after 250 hours of operation. This means it is time to clean or change your filter. Once you clean or change your filter, hold down the filter button for 5 seconds until it beeps and the degree symbol turns from orange back to white. Eco mode operation Every time you power on your AC (including right out of the box), it will default to eco (energy saver) mode. This is the most efficient mode and helps save you money on your energy bill. If the temperature in your room is lower than the unit’s set temperature, the unit will not run right away (since it’s already below your target temp!). For example, if your room is 68 degrees and your unit is set to 70 degrees, in eco mode, nothing would happen. You can always change the mode to cool or fan if you want air to flow. Fan mode
Fading display Windmill was designed to hide in plain sight. The display will fade away after 60 seconds, so you don’t have bright LEDs ruining your vibe (or sleep). There is an indicator light in the power button that lets you know the unit is still running. Press any button to reactivate the display. Fading display
NOTE: If you want your AC to run completely in the dark, you can shut off the indicator light by holding down the “mode” button on the unit for 5 seconds The remote ships with one new battery. Do not recharge the battery. Use a new CR2032 3 Volt Lithium Coin Cell Battery. The remote control is intended to work up to 25 feet away from the AC unit. It will not work reliably from further distances or if there are objects in between the remote and AC. To change the battery:
  1. Slide the back cover off
  2. Remove and properly dispose of the old battery
  3. Insert new battery (pay attention to the polarity to make sure it is the correct side)
  4. Slide back cover into place
Warning Icon WARNING Warning Icon NOTES & CAUTION

Cleaning & maintenance

Check the air filter once every couple of weeks. Dirt, dust, and other particles can block the airflow. Thisisn’t great for the efficiency of the machine or your air! To clean the included antimicrobial filter:

  1. Remove the front intake grille. Place your hands in the bottom groove and pull out (it’s magnetic, so should be easy!)
  2. Remove the filter. Use the plastic grips near each hole as you pull out. Be careful not to snap off the plastic pegs where the filter rests.
  3. Wash the filter. Use warm water below 100 degrees fahrenheit. Lightly shake off excess water. Do not use soap to clean the filter.
  4. Return filter and front intake grille. Align the holes in the filter with the plastic pegs. When it is secure, insert the front intake grille’s magnets into their respective holes on the front bezel.
Warning Icon WARNIN For cleaner, fresher air, we also included (for free!) a removable activated carbon filter, which helps remove odors, smoke, and VOCs (volatile organic compounds) from the air. To learn more and subscribe, visit We want your unit staying fresh and clean. Cleaning instructions and notes: Warning Icon WARNING Storage

Environmental impact

Lower your environmental footprint and energy bill with these simple tips

  1. Clean your filter: A clean filter allows more air to flow through the AC, making it more energy efficient.
  2. Maximize air flow: For ACs, free flowing air is like food. For them to “eat” and operate as efficiently as possible, they need air to pass through without being blocked. Make sure there is nothing blocking the air flow around your Windmill AC, on the inside and outside of your home.
  3. Give your AC some shade: Your unit will be happier and work more efficiently if you place it in a window that doesn’t get a lot of sun.
  4. Insulate the window: Make sure there are no air gaps in your windows or walls, so cool air can’t escape (and warm air can’t get in).
  5. Do the little things: Run appliances that generate a lot of heat (washer, dryer, dishwasher, etc.) during cooler parts of the day and keep blinds closed (in your other windows) during the sunniest parts of the day.


Your AC comes with a one year limited warranty. To review the warranty specifics and register your new AC, go to Note: You’ll need to have your model number and serial number handy before registering your AC. Both numbers can be found by removing the front intake grille. They will be on a white sticker attached to the inside of the front bezel Top view


We’re here if you need us. We mean it. If you have any questions or need additional help, Go to Email us at [email protected] We started Windmill to help you feel more comfortable at home. We hope your new AC keeps you living breezy for many years to come! Thanks for choosing Windmill, Mike & Team

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