Question about Danby DPAC8020 Air Conditioner
I have a Danby DPAC5070 that I recently purchased. From day 1, the tank fills up in about 3hrs, this is when the machine is on 'cool'. Does this sound normal or is there something wrong with it?
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.
Hope this helps and best regards!
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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