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I just bought a used DeLonghi Pinguino PAC 02. It seems to cool ok but the exhaust hose gets very warm. Is that normal?


Yes, that is normal. It's exhausting the heat from the compressor out the window.

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Is heat supposed to be felt out the back of unit? I feel heat coming from around the tube in one spot


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My dryer isn't drying my cloths. A friend told me to check the heating element but how do you get to it. I am not very mechanical so don't know if I need to contact a repair person. Thank you so much for...


Is there air coming out of the dryer exhaust? Is it warm? Is it gas or electric? You hint that it is electric ... but I will cover this base ... Is the gas on? Is it auto ignite?

Since you say you are not handy ... I dont thing If the dryer is set to create heat (not air dry) and you have cold air coming out of the exhaust, I would suggest yo contact a repair person to look at your machine. Remember, the last 2 or 3 minutes of any cycle is usually no heat no matter the setting. So, If there is air coming out of the exhaust, set it for a regular cycle, wait several minutes and see if you do get heat. If not you need help.

If there is no air coming out, you might want to take your exhaust hose down and see if it is clogged. You can clean this with a vacuum cleaner.

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The air conditioning
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• Inadequate size of the room (too large)
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• connect the exhaust hose
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If all this dose not remedy the problem then you need to see service!

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