Question about Danby DPAC8399 Air Conditioner
Check for obstructuions in the fan housing that may be hitting the fan blade, causing the noise and improper air flow.
Improper air flow will cause the uniot to overheat quickly and it will shut down on its high temperature limit switch.
You may also have a bad fan. Bad bearings will make a bad noise as well. Thios will cause the same symptoms described above.
Check for abstructions, if you can find one, remove it, if not replace the fan. You can usually reset the limit by simply turning off power and turning it back on after 10 min.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
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