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Don;t know where to fill water in the DPAC 120068 model.. and I need an owners manual


You could try

operatingguides.com

if you need a user manual
or

servicemanuals.co.uk

if you want the schematics etc

We've used them in the past and found them very good.

Also if it is not listed then ask via the link

Jul 18, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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My Danby Premiere DPAC 13009 is leaking water through the bottom. I have attached the continuous drainage hose, and no water is going through it. I tried to manually drain the tank using the drain at the...


Water is collected from cooling mode, not just dehumidifier mode. It does not always evaporate into the exhaust stream due to design limitations.


Of course the water should never leak even on the hottest day. Two suggestions:


Try removing the hose and attaching the external tank to see if it has any effect. Otherwise, you'll need to locate the exact source of the leak.


May 25, 2010 | Danby DPAC12031 Air Conditioner

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I have a Danby Mod.# DPAC 10061 portable A\C, the


This sounds like it could be a power supply problem. It may be very simple. I think I would first just unplug the unit, open it up, look for the PS connectors, and check/wiggle them to make sure there is good contact.

I went to the Danby's website:
https://www.danby.com/

And I was unable to find any service or owner's manuals in PDF format. The site does however have a locator for service shops. Good Luck!
da Marty

Dec 31, 2009 | Danby DPAC10061 Air Conditioner

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My danby air conditioner/dehumidifier model dpac 8399-4 leaks water all over the floor and never fills the holding tanks what can I do to fix this problem?


Probably needs cleaning. I assume it is on a level surface. Water drips from the evaporator coil into a collection tray of some type and then drains into the holding tank, this tray is either broken or the outlet is plugged.
Good Luck,
Gilsh

Nov 26, 2009 | Danby DPAC8399 Air Conditioner

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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

Aug 03, 2009 | Danby DPAC8020 Air Conditioner

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I have a Danby DPAC 8020-5 air con unit. Air con


is there a flashing light on the unit? If so it will correspond to a needed repair. check your manual to match the number of flashes to the warning it is giving you.

Jul 29, 2009 | Danby DPAC8020 Air Conditioner

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Diplomat 8512 Washing machine - water spilling out of detergent tray? Here's hoping for a simple solution.... When I start any program the water fills up the drum and then starts to pour out of the...


This is a problem with the pressure system usually caused by a build up of powder residue but can be caused by other blockages. Remove machine lid and locate pipe which is about 6mm in diameter. follow pipe down which will lead to pressure bottle. Clean out and replace and should be ok. If bottle is clear check pipes for other blockages and check preesure pipe for damage.

Nov 07, 2008 | Washing Machines

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Danby dpac 7599 PC board fuse keeps blowing


Sounds like the Start capacitor might be shot.  I think  you need a professional to service it.  

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