Question about Danby DPAC8020 Air Conditioner
I have an everstar mpk-10cr portable A/C and it leaks water out of a drain at the middle bottom of unit. I do not know if a cap is suppose to be installed there or not. I plugged it up but water did not go into the normal receptacle. Took out plug and water gushed out.
This cap must be in place in all coolers I have seen. Frequently there is a gasket that is identical to the type used on a common garden hose. It needs to be clean and free of cracks. They only cost pennies. I don't understand what you mean by "I plugged it up but water did not go into the normal receptacle."
I will assume you mean that this is a manually filled unit and not attached to a water source. If that is the case give me more details on what you mean.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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