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Is it normal for danby air conditioners to fill up with water every couple hours

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The base needs to be dumped regularly. The air conditioner sweats water during operation and the pan collects it. Your manual should give you the procedure on how this is done. In some cases there is a hose attached to the drain pan so that you can direct the drainage to a more conventional drain location.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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Check out the co. website, for that unit and codes for troubling shootings! Thank-you-very-much!

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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Posted on May 20, 2009

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The hose goes into the empty tank or tray inside (if it's the drain hose like a garden hose). When the hot side of the system goes past there it evaporates the condensation dripping into it. If your talking about the big 4 inch hose, that goes out a window to get rid of the heat from the room.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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Also check to see that the nut on the male connection to the external water tank is tight. Mine dripped because the nut was loose.

Posted on May 30, 2010

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The amount of water that is getting extracted from the air in the room is based on how humid the air is. The good news is your unit is really getting quite a bit of moisture out of the air and as such, is working well to cool your room.

It is working as designed. You may want to see if you can connect a hose to a drain port (if yours has that included) to let the unit room longer without the need to drain the condensate (water) every 3 or so hours.

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check the water level sensor's position. has it become loose from its mount and touching the water sooner then it should? it could be a probe or a float

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Set it so it doesn't have to work as hard (i.e. higher temp) and it will generate less water.

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If the air conditioner is putting out cold air, don't worry about it making water. You may not have enough moisture in the air to produce more water than it requires.

In some types of air conditioners, the water taken from the air is used to assist in cooling the condenser unit. The excess is run off.

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