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My Danby DPAC7099 used to have my room freezing now it feels like something might be wrong with the air conditioner it doesn't work how it used to & I only had it for a month & a half

It used to have my room freezing but now it doesn't work how it used to I think something might not be right?

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you may have a factory defective unit that is not turning off the anti-frost heating coil (I have assumed yours contains this item based on your problem description). I would trade it in for a new unit, again assuming you have a warranty or the store offers a good in-store return policy. If this plan bombs, then open the unit and find the heating coil near the cool side of the radiator fins. then disconnect the power wires to the heater and prevent electrical short to wires with quality electrical tape.

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Posted on May 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Using the DPAC 8020 AIR Conditioner (Danby)

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

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SOURCE: Danby DPAC8399 Portable Air Conditioner no Cool air

You possibly might have a bad switch or have a dirty ac unit.Try 1st turning off the unit and cleaning the inside ...

Posted on May 27, 2010

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1) Press the POWER SWITCH key (Fig. G) to
switch the unit on.
2) Press the MODE key (Fig. H) until the DRY
indicator light illuminates on the control panel
(Fig. I). Each depression of the MODE key will
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3) If the room temperature is > 25°C (77°F), fan
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J) to select the desired FAN SPEED setting. Your
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depression of the fan key will advance to a
different fan speed (High - Med. - Low )
as shown in Fig. K. Otherwise fan speed is fixed
to low.
Note: The warm air exchange hoses must vent
inside the room when using Dehumidify mode.


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