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My danby ddr7009 has been
The unit behaves like the Timer function was activated and set for a one minute - a ridiculously small time limit that is not normally selectable, the minimum being one hour.
Look at the command board and check if the witness light for the timer is on - right to the left of the temperature digits, to the left, above the timer button. If it's not on try to reset the bad setting by activating the Timer: press on the button and set a time of at least 6 hours.
If the unit still refuses to work correctly or even accept the new setting then the control board has been damaged during the power outage and it will have to be replaced.
The board is very sensitive and even the slightest spark that occurred on its power line has created a surge large enough to damage the processor . To prevent this from happening again you will need to use a surge protector.
on Sep 07, 2011
My DDR7009REE HAS WORKED GREAT
dehums remove humidity from air inside unit the evaporator sits in drain pan , drain pan has some sort of line or tube witch leeds to the internal collection or bucket thats what you slide out and empty when its full , ther is some sort of sensor or float switch that lets you know wen full make sure unit is draining properly inernaly and full system is working properly
on Jul 03, 2011
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