Question about Danby DPAC120068 Air Conditioner
E04 refers to Overheating. There might be plenty of reasons. You might have seen, if you shut down the ac for few minutes and again start it, It would work for few minutes and the same E04 display is there.
This is tech's job. I am sorry, i am not discouraging you but it requires certain testing that actually what makes ac overheated.
This is dangerous. So, better to call a tech and get it checked!!
Hope i helped you.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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