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Need new external water tank quick release for Danby DPAC9030

The quick release nipple on the large water tank which plugs into the main conditioner unit just 'came apart' when I was connecting it. Anyone know where I can purchase a replacement?

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You can order it from Danby directly (you can get their contact online from the Danby website). They cost like 4$+shipping, I had to buy one last summer. They ship to Canada and the US.

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Really sorry I can not find my manual and It's the first time I have turned it on this summer and I can not get it to cool.


Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly,

Here are 2 sources for the manual:
http://www.retrevo.com/support/Danby-DPAC9030-Air-Conditioners-manual/id/886bh650/t/2/

(Click on download manual)

and

http://www.ajmadison.com/cgi-bin/ajmadison/DPAC9030.html

(Click on info and guides then download the operation manual)

If you still have problems after downloading the manual just respond here and we can help you.

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

Feb 01, 2011 | Danby DPAC9030 Air Conditioner

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Remove Water Tank


  • require you empty the unit by hand (usually less expensive units). These have either a removable water tank which must be emptied, or have an internal tank and a drain, where you have to empty the water into your own pan. Sometimes the drain is on the bottom of the unit, making it hard to find a pan that will fit under the unit to drain it.
  • discharge most of the water through the exhaust hose (usually more expensive units). This is called "Auto-evaporation" or "Self-evaporating" feature.
Most units are made so that they can be drained with a gravity hose that flows to a drain inside or outside your house. But the water must drain down. If the drain is higher than the unit, you may need a condensation pump to move the water upward. A few units do include a pump to send the water a short distance through the drain pipe.

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Jul 02, 2008 | Danby DPAC10031 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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HOW DO YOU EMPTY THE WATER TANK


Which one? The internal water tank just slides out of its chassis (located on the left side, near the front). You might have slight spillage after a good tug or two.
For the external water tank, located the white "spout" that protrudes from the rear. Inside of this "spout", there is silver clip. Just press the clip inward and that should release the connector that is attached to the external water tank.

Jun 26, 2009 | Danby DPAC8099 Air Conditioner

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Connecting a hose to take out condensation Danby dpac7008


you'll have to take it apart their is a switch which will have to be by passed .hook up your hose to a drain good luck . Tom

Jun 18, 2009 | Danby DPAC9030 Air Conditioner

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How to change air filter


Usually a panel will unscrew or pull out from the air stream and the filter is behind this.

Apr 26, 2009 | Danby DPAC9030 Air Conditioner

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Dehumididfier


Here's a link for the manual for your particular unit. Save and print a copy for youself to refer to. It also has basic troubleshooting information.

Hope I was of assistance and this helps. Best Regards!

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Danby-DPAC9030-Air-Conditioners-manual/id/886bh650/t/2/

Aug 16, 2008 | Danby DPAC9030 Air Conditioner

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Red flashing light


Hello,

Had the same problem, thing shutting off after an hour, no water in the tank. I had the external tank attached, was always bone dry. What I didn't know was on the side, there is a slide out tray which acts as the internal tank. The lid to that tank activates a micro-switch which tells the unit that it's full. This tank was dry too, but the switch was getting jostled, casuing it to trip. I've taped down the switch now, and it's fine. I check the tank every few days, just to be safe, but it's never got any water in it. Hope this helps.

Jun 25, 2008 | Danby DPAC9030 Air Conditioner

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Danby portable air conditioner


Look into the owners manuals for that problem code. Have you tried to plug it into a different electrical outlet? Problems with P codes general are a power related. Thanks

Aug 09, 2007 | Danby DPAC9030 Air Conditioner

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