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All I had wanted to do was to register a new freezer, for the warranty. Your website would not accept the model number that is on the freezer, so I filled in the enclosed Registration Card by hand and mailed it in. Hopefully you will receive it in a few days.

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I would like to register my new freezer


It can be done online at

https://www.danby.com/registration.php?ln=CE& (copy and paste)

If you have purchased an extended warranty you will need to go to this page to activate the extended warranty.

https://www.danby.com/warranty.php?ln=CE&tip=EXT

Hope this helps

Dec 04, 2010 | Danby 3.6 cu. ft. / 102 liter Chest...

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Can't find out where to register a warranty


You can register your freezer on the link below.

https://www.danby.com/registration.php

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Aug 28, 2010 | Danby 3.6 cu. ft. / 102 liter Chest...

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How do i register my warranty and where?? No where on your web site does it tell you


You can register you freezer on the link below.

https://www.danby.com/registration.php

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Aug 28, 2010 | Danby Freezers

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HOW TO FIND REGISTRATION AND WARRANTY IN CANADA


You can register and warranty the Danby at the link below for Canada.

https://www.danby.com/registration.php?ln=CE&

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Jul 14, 2010 | Danby 3.6 cu. ft. / 102 liter Chest...

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I can't get to your product registration to register online for 2 extra months free warranty


this is the USA consumer hotline number
Consumer help line: 800-263-2629
ask them to help you or if you can do it over the phone or via mail

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Mar 29, 2010 | Danby 3.6 cu. ft. / 102 liter Chest...

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I cannot find a site to register my Danby 3.6 cu.ft.Freezer


http://www.danby.com/
Go to this web site and look at the top header where it says "Product Registration".
This should do it for you.

Jul 06, 2009 | Danby 3.6 cu. ft. / 102 liter Chest...

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Registration & Warranty?


I cannot find sitefor registration & warranty for my new microwave that i purchases. Iris

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Danby Refrig DFFC1WDB, two years old, in my vacation home that I visit one weekend a month. Lights flashing, power cycled (after req'd 5 mins). Discovered coils were packed with ice. See below: 1.) Danby Refrigerator DFFC1WDB, about two years old, in my vacation home that I visit one weekend a month 2.) Never defrosted it manually before (i.e. turned off and left to defrost) 3.) For some time I noticed the light inside the fridge was flashing, but the refrigerator seemed to be cooling okay and the manual says nothing about what the flashing light means. I attributed it to a power failure and the flashing stops once the unit is unplugged and plugged back in (power cycled) after 5 minutes or so. 4.) This visit I noticed the flashing lights again and that the freezer was cold (it was heavily loaded) but fridge was barely cool. I power cycled the fridge (allowing 5 minutes) and the flashing stopped but I was concerned about the issue and threw out some food. 5.) I unplugged the unit again and removed everything from the freezer. I noticed a thick coating of ice on the freezer back wall. I used a hair dryer to melt this coating of ice and then realized that the coils behind this wall must be covered in ice. I removed the back wall exposing the coils and discovered that I was correct: The coils were completely covered/packed with ice, so I greatly sped up the melting process with the hair dryer. After all, I had food sitting in coolers with ice and wanted to return it to the freezer and fridge asap. 6.) Once all the ice was gone I left the freezer open for a while for the coils and assembly to cool (since I had used a hair dryer to melt away the ice pack) 7.) I set the freezer and fridge to their coldest settings and plugged it back in. The lights do not flash when I plugged it back in. The compressor (I assume) ran for a while (the fan in the freezer ran also), and during this time I heard the unit lightly buzzing (with life), and then it stopped. But it seemed to have quite a way to go when it stopped and the freezer and fridge were not nearly cold enough at that point. I surmised that it might be entering one of its periodic defrosting periods, but after quite a while of waiting it still hadn't started running again so I power cycled the unit again and again the compressor/fan ran for a while and then stopped. It just doesn't seem to be starting on its own unless I power cycle it (waiting the required 5 minutes before plugging it back in.) At this point I don't have confidence that it is cooling well enough to keep my food fresh (and frozen). 8.) What do you think could be wrong? It certainly seems reasonable that the part/system responsible for periodically defrosting the coils may have failed. But since the unit is completely defrosted now, why does the unit only run for a short time after unplugging/replugging and never run again?

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