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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have it serviced. It cost me $250 to have a pro do it. Also, check the timer (the dial is hidden by a sliding cover on my unit). My husband cleaned it himself a year later and he took it apart to do it and it works much better now. When he opened it up, it was full of calcium deposit and dust. He told me he did not think the unit had been cleaned properly by the pro.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
Bill, first thing, make sure the outdoor coil isn't stopped up with dirt. This will cause the compressor to overheat and possibly trip the breaker. If you you can check the amp draw that would be good. Look on the data tag on the outside unit and look for RLA or "running load amps". Running amp draw should never exceed this number, it should actually normally run 10% under RLA. If its real hot where you are like it is here (109) it will be running close to RLA.
If you coil is stopped up with dirt, etc., turn off the breakers, use you water hose and sprayer and carefully wash out the coil.
If all this fails, and your amp draw is good, change your breakers. Hope this helps , stay cool.. Mark
Posted on Jul 10, 2011
Testimonial: "You very likely hit the nail on the head with your suggestion to check for clogged coils in the outside unit. We're cooling off now!"
SOURCE: I've lost the manual for
Your model has been discontinued, But, you can obtain an Owner's Manual by calling Delonghi Consumer Support at 1-800-322-384. They will usually email it to you as an attachment.
Hope this helped you.
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
SOURCE: "Check Filter" light is on.
If you look thru the front panel just behind it you will see a spong filter. you will need to access it either by removing the front cover or removing the whole front of the unit . wash it in warm soapy water and replace it . let me know
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
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