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Does not lose water and room does not get cooled what do. Please give me some ideas

Does the air conditioner need to set up so the water will go out

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SOURCE: Danby Portable Air Conditioner DPAC120068 - room temperature

Maybe, the compressor isn't starting? I'd take it back to where you purchased it.

Posted on May 18, 2008

SOURCE: Will not cool

Apparantly this is a common problem with this unit? I bought one yesterday and ran it all day/night and had the same problem. I returned it today and will not try another Danby A/C.

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

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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

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

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SOURCE: how can you make your conditioner cool to 40 degrees

ACs are designed to cool down to about 68^F, don't think it has a chance of doing what you want w/o re-engineering the system which is not really an option.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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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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WHAT IS THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF COOLING


most home air conditioners go as low as 18 c but this low setting achieves nothing but a high power bill
the purpose of air conditioning ( air conditioning -- to condition the air) is to remove the humidity ( water vapour ) form the air and allow the body to perspire more freely and so is by the evaporation of the perspiration of the body water that cools the body
this evaporation is hastened by the fact that the water vapour in the air is very low due to the air conditioner operation of conditioning the air
Now knowing this fact it is obvious that all the windows and door should be kept closed ( to remove the humidity from the room /house and so a setting of 25-26 c is sufficient to keep you cool
because the temperature difference between outside air and room air is low the air conditioner cycles less frequently and costs less to run
if the room setting is at minimum and the atmospheric temp is high then the air conditioner is running virtually all the time
so instead of asking what is the minimum temp you should be asking what is the optimum temp run to be conformable and to save on power costs

Jun 26, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

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Only recently my portable heller air conditioner is oosing out buckets of water each night. does it mean it finished and needs replacement,


Portable air conditioners cool the air, and in so doing, dehumidify the air. The "buckets" of water are coming from the humid air in your environment, so you need to do things that will reduce humidity, of be prepared to empty the condensate receptacle fairly often.

Using a small room, closing doors and windows to the room you want cooled, avoiding cooking or heating water, reducing the frequency of people walking into/out of the room and limiting the number of people in the room will all help in reducing, and keeping low, the ambient humidity.

Jan 03, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

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I have Royal Sovereign ARP-1000ES Portable Air Conditioner. Last a few days, it shut off When running with cool mode.(no problem with dehumidify or fan mode) I checked water tank, but it's empty. Please...


It is supposed to shut off when the room meets the temperature you set it for. Are you saying it shuts off before the room cools to the temp you set it for?
What do you mean "..last a few days...?" Is it new only a few days and then break?
Be clearer if you need help.

Oct 18, 2013 | Heating & Cooling

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Ok So We Bought This. But We Have A Problem Does It Take Water Or Not? Thats What I Need To Know! Please Help!


The DeLonghi PACA120E Portable Air Conditioner quickly cools rooms up to 400 square feet and comes equipped with several functions that make operation easy and low maintenance. Its 3 operating modes are supplemented with no-drip technology, an adjustable thermostat, 24-hour timer, and much more. This unit truly takes the work out of cooling medium- to large-sized spaces. Multiple Modes and Functions The DeLonghi A120E-also known as the Delonghi Pinguino PAC A120E-offers 3 operating modes and 3 additional operating functions that make this model versatile and energy efficient. Cool Mode: 12,000 BTUs of cooling power help cool large rooms, offices, or basements. Dry Mode: Reduce room humidity by removing excess moisture from the air. Fan Mode: Circulate air to keep your room comfortable without using a lot of energy. Low, medium, high, and an auto-speed are all included (auto speed selects a fan speed for you). Smart Function: Your AC uses Cool and Fan mode based on ambient room temperature. This function will also select your fan speed and keeps your room comfortable without wasting energy. Sleep Function: Using a low fan speed, the AC gradually reduces operation so your room remains comfortable but the AC runs more quietly and efficiently while you sleep. Boost Function: This function is ideal for the summer months and uses the maximum fan speed to rapidly reduce your room temperature. Useful Features Using DeLonghi's patented no-drip technology, this unit is "dripless" under normal conditions, meaning the AC will discharge all of the moisture collected from the air-so you typically won't have to worry about draining the water. When dehumidifying a lot of moisture in Dry mode, excess water may collect in the internal collection tank. Once the tank is full, the air conditioner will automatically turn off to avoid overflow damage. You can also use the included continuous drain hose as a no-fuss way to eliminate excess water as needed. An adjustable thermostat provides additional convenience by allowing you to set your room temperature. The DeLonghi portable AC will cycle on and off to eliminate over-cooling and maintain the set temperature. Additional Features Washable Air Filter: A washable air filter helps remove allergens and other particles from incoming air and saves you money on replacement filters. Quiet Operation: High efficiency compressor and components result in quiet performance. Electronic Controls: The LCD screen displays the timer and temperature settings, while intuitive indicator lights accompany each operating mode. 24-Hour Timer: This feature lets you program your AC to turn on or off up to 24 hours in advance, so it only runs when needed. Window Bracket: Double window bracket is included with purchase for flexible installation. Self-Diagnosis System: The unit includes a self-diagnostic maintenance system that identifies malfunctions should they occur. Remote Control: Use the full-featured remote control to change modes, set the timer, and select a fan speed up to 23 feet away from the receiver (on the front of the unit). Portability: Easy-roll casters and dual carrying handles make it simple to move this model from space to space.

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Anybody there?


It depends on the room varables, If it has an attic, tile ceiling, what type of walls, where in the building is the room and so on? The biggest problems is all ways the power. Get a free estaimate from an A/C company. Everyone and myself needs to see the room before they give you an recomndation that can truly be applyed to your situation. But to give you some ideas, I would put a 2.5 ton - 3 ton unit just for over kill. Go with a straight cool package unit. If your company tight on cash just get a mini split system with a 30,000 BTU to 36,000 BTU cooling capacity. Cost for something thats going to last 20 years, avg. is $4,500- for the package unit and as low as $3,000 for the mini split.

Oct 17, 2009 | Frigidaire FAA055N7A 5200 BTU Room Air...

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No cool air some rooms: Lennox G40UH


Sounds like a restriction of air flow. Check you duct work and check for holes or lose duct.

Jun 30, 2009 | Goodman CKL24AR24 Air Conditioner

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Non-cooling


- Calibrate your electronic thermostat if it is accurate. If not then replacement is needed.
- Check the location of your electronic thermostat, it may be installed in the room where its too cold.

Feb 29, 2008 | Carrier 36KCARMS Air Conditioner

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Portable Room Air conditioner will not cool


You need to call for for a qualified technician oil residue is a sign that your unit have leaking, your unit is out of refrigerant.

Nov 12, 2007 | GE APN10AA Portable Air Conditioner

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What is the best physical configuation exhaust/drainage to use with dehumidifier mode to avoid room temperature increase? There are 2 drainage outlets on this model top and bottom. However the user manual doesn't mention about the top one. In AC mode, if I don't connect any drain hose, the unit fills up fast and stop. When the exhaust vents are connected outside required for AC mode only, I cannot use the bottom drainage hose because I have no drain nearby. Therefore I use the top drainage and add a bucket beside the unit. This setup works fine for hours in AC mode without intercuption and the bucket fills up with water fast. However the rooms gets too cold below 20C/68F while still quite humid +60%. But if I switch to dehumidifer mode with the same setup, the unit only runs for a few minutes, then stop completely for another 5 minutes, then turn into FAN mode which blows very humid air for another while and then turns the compresssor back ON for another 5 min. and the loop start over. After hours of operation, the bucket nearly has any water and the room humidity is the same if not worst. I thought the compressor was defective so I tried the dehumidifer mode without the exhausts vents connected outside and the bottom drainage hose as suggested in the user manual. This setup works continuously but does not remove much humidity vs. the amount of heats it generates. The unit has AUTO Mode which switch between AC and dehumidifier mode. So there must be a way to keep the same physical installation exhaust and drainage for both these mode, is there? Thanks

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