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Remove Water Tank

Hi,

I can't seem to remove the water tank from the side of the unit. It is saying that the tank is full.

Thanks.
The quick connect that plugs into the back of the cabinet snapped off, I just need the plastic male end that goes into the quick connect, the plastic part has a small rubber O ring on it and is threaded to attach to the External water tank. My model no. says DPAC10030 page 6 Fig. 37 and 38 is what I am referring to.
Thank you for any assistance.

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Hi,

Have you tried Danby themselves?
Consumer Help Line
1-800-26-DANBY
(1-800-263-2629)

By Fax:
Parts dept. 519-837-8586


By Mail:
Danby Products Limited
P.O. Box 1778 Guelph, Ontario Canada N1H 6Z9

By Email:
Consumer inquiries: consumers@danby.com
Dealer inquiries: dealers@danby.com
Service issues: service@danby.com

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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I only give you a site where you can get more information of your unit ..
http:homeappliance.manualsonline.com/ex/thread/view/idThread/245658

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  • require you empty the unit by hand (usually less expensive units). These have either a removable water tank which must be emptied, or have an internal tank and a drain, where you have to empty the water into your own pan. Sometimes the drain is on the bottom of the unit, making it hard to find a pan that will fit under the unit to drain it.
  • discharge most of the water through the exhaust hose (usually more expensive units). This is called "Auto-evaporation" or "Self-evaporating" feature.
Most units are made so that they can be drained with a gravity hose that flows to a drain inside or outside your house. But the water must drain down. If the drain is higher than the unit, you may need a condensation pump to move the water upward. A few units do include a pump to send the water a short distance through the drain pipe.

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    do u require any contact information or links to the service center.

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I have a five yera old Danby portable unit model 10030. The machine makes a beeping noise and the read out says water tank needs emptying. On inspection both the internal and external tanks are empty. I disconnect the unit and then reconnect and it will condense for a while before the beeping strts again and the fan only blows. Can anyone help

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