Question about Danby DPAC10031 Air Conditioner
You can order it from Danby directly (you can get their contact online from the Danby website). They cost like 4$+shipping, I had to buy one last summer. They ship to Canada and the US.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
you need to get the exhaust air out if the structure or it will never work, you can use regular duct from a supply house as a temp fix
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
these portable units will usually have a knob reading from low to high. set it about half way and adjust as needed. half way is usually low 70's
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Also check to see that the nut on the male connection to the external water tank is tight. Mine dripped because the nut was loose.
Posted on May 30, 2010
That indicates that the water collection bucket is full and needs to be drained. Once the unit is turned OFF, unplugged and drained, the unit will start up and start cooling again. The drain hole is on the rear of the unit, just above floor level. You can either drain it in a shallow sided pan capable of holding 1 quart of water. Or roll it to a floor drain or outside to drain it.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2011
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