Question about Danby DPAC9030 Air Conditioner
The symtoms you describe appear to indicate that the AC might be low on the freon charge. Usually blowing cold and then hot is the first sign that the unit is low on refridgerant and is working hard to keep cooling.
Further, the tripping of the breakers/electric power also indicates that the unit is working hard to cool and as a result is running hot and is causing the power to trip off. If you can get a AC tech to recharge the unit, you should be all set.
Here's a link to a site with the owners manual and a troubleshooting guide for your unit. You can access it for free.
Hope this helps you get things working again! Best Regards!
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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