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Exhaust tube not staying in collar/not sealing correctly

We have a Danby A/C (Model number = DPAC90061), and the flex tube for the exhaust has come unscrewed from the collar that attaches to the window exhaust adapter in the slider kit. I screwed it back into the collar, but it doesn't seem to make a tight seal, and ends up leaking the hot exhaust air back into the room. Also, it doesn't seem to screw in tight, as I can feel the air escaping from under the collar and back into the room. I've tried to rescrew the tube back into the collar repeatedly, and it just falls out on it's own. Unfortunately, this has resulted in no cooling taking place. How do I fix this? Any help is appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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  • satansdik May 31, 2009

    This is a good idea, but the flex tube is made of vinyl or plastic, not metal. That would likely cause ripping, which might cause more trouble than it seems to be worth...any other suggestions?

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Screw it back in place and put a sheet metal screw in it into the adapter.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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    Ned C Cook May 31, 2009

    ODuct tape couldn't hold up to the heat, that's why it won't stay in place. the hose gets hot.With the hose warm, will it screw over the outside of the adapter? Going with the flow direction of air, The overlap should be of the downstream hose over the discharge.. did I confuse thee? :). Male should be adapter and female the hose. Tried to avoid that terminology.

  • Ned C Cook
    Ned C Cook May 31, 2009

    Then clamp it with a nylon tie or hose clamp..

  • Ned C Cook
    Ned C Cook Jun 11, 2009

    did fitting it over the adapter and clamp work?

  • Ned C Cook
    Ned C Cook Jun 11, 2009

    did fitting it over the adapter and clamp work?

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