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My AC unit blue indicator light flashes continually. The manual states it is suppose to just light up. Also the temperature reading is always the same no matter the temp in the house. The unit blows cold and does work but it appears I can't set anything as the temp is always the same even when the unit obviously cools the room. The side of the display states E01????.

the manual doesn't help in regards to problems. Also the unit to continually cycle from AC to Fan every 5-10 minutes.

Any ideas. Mine has a blue blinking light which the manual states is the "run light". That is where the manual stops....i too wonder what the blink means. I have mine hooked upto a direct drain to the floor, as when the humidity spikes the internal reservoir gets full and shuts it off. I was hoping that the blue blinker meant extra cold, but i find that it is actually running a few degrees warmer than what i feel it normally does. Then I thought maybe the blue blinker means that the water that is draining really needs to cool the coils...like it references in the manual without fully explaining.

As far as temp control, the room temp is always displayed in my readout, and if you adjust the temp with the arrows, then the desired temp flashes. But the desired temp is always a few off from the room on mine....i think i bought the wrong ac

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SOURCE: what number fahranheit should i put my danby dpac

Celsius to Fahrenheit
(Celsius x 1.8) + 32 = Fahrenheit
Fahrenheit to Celsius
(Fahrenheit - 32) / 1.8 = Celsius

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