Question about Danby DPAC10061 Air Conditioner
The unit was plugged in and fully functioning in one room, I turned it off and wheeled it into another, set up the hoses again, plugged it in, and the screen just is light blue and nothing happens. If i pull the power the screen goes black.
Model is actually the DPAC10030
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may have a factory defective unit that is not turning off the anti-frost heating coil (I have assumed yours contains this item based on your problem description). I would trade it in for a new unit, again assuming you have a warranty or the store offers a good in-store return policy. If this plan bombs, then open the unit and find the heating coil near the cool side of the radiator fins. then disconnect the power wires to the heater and prevent electrical short to wires with quality electrical tape.
Posted on Jul 07, 2007
you'll have to take it apart their is a switch which will have to be by passed .hook up your hose to a drain good luck . Tom
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
It could be as simple as being low on refrigerant. Depends on how expensive the unit is if its worth recharging and how big the unit is. Some small units will need to have a recharge point fitted which cost more of course.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
SOURCE: air conditioner isn't very cool
There can be a couple of things that could be happening...
The first and easiest thing is to check the air filter. Make sure that it is clean... clean it or replace it. Next check the air vents to make sure that they are open and giving you good air flow...
Also check to make sure that you are not icing up on the indoor coil... ice will tell you that you are low on refrigerant. You also could be low and not be icing over, but you would need to have gauges on the unit to check that.
Finally check and clean the outdoor coil...this also can give you problems if the heat is not being removed from the outdoor unit efficiently...
You may also have a unit that is sized in such a way that it hits the balance point at about 85...that means that your heat gain is equal to the capacity of the unit...I often try to size them for about that here in Northern PA. because wqhen seldom get hotter then that and the unit then is much more effective at removeing humidity at lower temperatures...
You can also check out the tips that I have wrote about Air conditioning trouble shooting and maintenance...
Here is one about cleaning the condenser coil and at the bottom of that one are links to others..
Condenser Coil Cleaning Condenser Coil Cleaner
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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