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Danby dpac8099 4 in 1

My heating system doesnt work. How can I fix it?  thanxs Cindy

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Re: danby dpac8099 4 in 1

Ciny, just a question, does yous system come with a heat pump(heating cycle)?  if so is it an electric heater or is heat produced by a change over valve?   there a thermal fuses and solonoids to check which requires testing.  need an appliance techi. 

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Cant find manual. How do you adjust tempature on this ? Thank you

First make sure that the unit is in Cool mode. (Press the Mode button: the choices are Cool, Dehumidify, Fan and Auto. You will see the mode at the top of the LCD display - Cool to the left and Auto above the temperature display) Then press the + or - buttons (or the up/down arrows on the remote) to reach the temperature that you want the unit to maintain. If you press both the up and down buttons together, the current set temperature will display for about 5 seconds. Then you can set the unit back into the Auto mode so that the mode and fan will switch on as needed.

Danby has the manual for the DPAC7099 on their site: . See the Literature tab. The direct link is .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Very hot exhaust hose on my danby 90061

check the air filters for blocked airflow some heat is normal this is how the unit gets rid of the heat it removes from the room

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When i put the air on i get more heat frome the back then cold i just got it used Danby DPAC8099 can anyone help email me name is josh thanks

You need to tube that connects to the back of the unit and goes to the outside to dump all of that heat to the outside. The heat coming out the back is the heat that the unit is removing from your room and it has to be piped to the outside.

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Are these air conditioners (Danby) get hot if not vented properly? and if so is it a fire hazzard?

You have got to vent this machine for several reasons, fire hazard being one. The AC has to dispose of the heat it is removing from 'inside'. The hotter it is on the 'oputside' the harder the machine has to work to get rid of the waste heat. You can destroy your machine if it cant breathe. The heat must go to the out of doors some how ... the more, the better.

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Do we need to use both hoses?

You could draw the air from inside however the system works much more effeciently with 2 hoses.
The air that is drawn into the unit and heated then exhausted back outside. If you don't use the second hose all the air that is exhausted will have to be drawn in around windows and doors or othe voids in the area. This would draw in warm moist air that would then have to be cooled and dehumidified.

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Ge ptac

Hello Tom ,   I'm sure i can help you with this.... I work on these units everyday. unfortuneately im not there to put my hands on it but i will explain as clearly as possible.    The most common problem I tend to find with these units is that the control board  and indoor fan motor tends to go bad in these quite often.  If you put the unit in A/C MODE  and/or Fan mode and set it to high if it will not speed up from low , then your problem could be in a couple different places.   1st.  The bearings in the fan motor could be wearing down ,  2nd  The Control board could be bad  in that its not telling the fan motor to speed up.     


And when you tell me that the compressor doesnt run in that mode at any given time..... which the electric heat and heat pump itself works together so that when the load is really tough  that the heat pump doesnt over work and in general saves life on your compressor.      


Solution is this.


Take your indoor fan motor off and and drill out the rivits  and it pulls apart easy, and replace the bearings and grease them.


ALIGNMENT OF THE FAN IS A MUST.   doesnt cost much at all the fix this. Just a little time and bearings


Replace the Board in the control box



This my friend will definetly solve your problem.    These problems i see everyday with these same units.   

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Dear ziba1--posted the same problem two days ago and it doesn't appear to be on the site yet. Anyway, picked away at this again today (literally took the machine apart) and found the problem to be a clog in the drainage system. This explains why your external tank will not fill and why there is a leak--the drip tray under the compressor is not draining due to the clog in the drainage system. I fixed this simply by taking a narrow device and gently scraping out the drain hole of the drip tray (which is located just below the compressor...the compressor is located on the same side as your air filter). After successfully cleaning out this drain, I proceeded to flush the water out thoroughly with water. Give it a try--worked for me. I had all but given up and had already set up an appointment to have it serviced. Cheers

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