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I have a question about the dual hose comfort-aire

I was lent the unit for the weekend and do not have a owners manual so I am unsure if I am operating it correctly

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In case you have misplaced your Owner's Manual, I have included a link to it that you may download and print for future reference. http://www.danby.com/cms/uploads/products/en_manual/DHCC6020%20EFOM.pdf

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I have included a link to your Owners Manual that you can download and print for future reference.

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