I bought a second hand pinguino k900 and it didnt come with a manual. it seems to be working but not as cold. this might sound stupid . it seems like if i push the temperature towards 25 not 16 it gets cooler but that much. is there a site where i can get a manual of how work the a/c or can someone guide me thanks nafa
I hear ya, mine doesn't function properly either. Can't cool my living room. Seems to kick out more heat than cold air. I don't have the manual either and could use it. I've been searching the net and can't find it.
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Hello, these units are not as user serviceable as the old electromechanical types, unless you are fairly familiar with power I cant suggest you engage in actions that could seriously injure,even kill you if you make 1 error. I am sorry but many technicians today are not even familiar enough with these to attempt servicing them, with the cost of service these tend to be replaced more than repaired out of warranty.
I had similar problem .... on very humid days unit leaks ..... temp solution for me was to drain the unit .... inserted wire coat hanger into tube .... lots of watery gook came out.. - even tilted/tipped the unit inorder to get as much water out of it.......afterwards unit worked fine.
We are VERY SASTIFIED with the Delonghi Pinguino - bought it years ago when it first came out and it has provided years of troublefree service .... the water build up / leaking was only recently - in fact we never drained the thing until this year.
I had the same problem with my Delonghi K900. I have an extended warrantee for both my Delonghi air conditioners. It was taken into the shop and discovered that the hose that allows the water to drip into the collecting tank was clogged with dirt and dust.
I find it is a good idea to have them cleaned and checked once a year, especially if used often.
For under a hundred dollars, I have a warrantee that will last until the year 2010. Sears offers warrantees for any home appliance, even if it wasn't purchased there.
Taking the air conditioner apart yourself can cancel any warrantee on them machine.
Hope this helps.