Question about Danby DPAC8020 Air Conditioner
I have had my unit for 2 years and it has been fine. Recently it will run for about 10 minutes, flash P2- "receptacle full" and shut down- there is no water in the receptacle at all and I can hear water dripping inside the unit. I do not have the hoses hooked up for external draining (garden hose into floor drain option)/dehumidifying and I never had used that feature in the past as I understand from the manual it is not necessary. If I unplug that stopper- water gushes out. I am going to try to hook up that hose line and route it back into the removable receptacle but how can I actually FIX it?
There is probably alot more humidity in your area this year than in the past. these units will the the condenstion water to help cool themselves by splashing it onto the condensing coil. the unit is apparently making more condesation then it can use os the extra goes into the collection pan. the FIX is hook up the drain hose.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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