I can't get my Danby DKC586BL to cool, my temp is reading 72 and when I push the temp setting it responds but nothing kicks on therefore the temp remains at 72. It's less than 2 years old but since I dont have a reciept Danby is being less than helpful
I just had the same problem. Mine was outside on the patio and the key pad on the front was the problem. cost me $2.27 plus shipping and it took me 5 minutes to fix call Danby back and wait on the phone for their parts and tell them you need the keypad sticker. Good Luck
I had this same problem however with it now being 2018 I was unable to find a replacement control panel anywhere. I bypassed the control panel by connecting the black and red wires together. This made my compressor run constantly but at least I could tell it wasn't the problem and I unplugged it. With that configuration still in place, I purchased an Inkbird Temperature Controller (for cooling) off Amazon for $32 and I am back in business! I was ready to throw the whole thing out.
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An EE error code means that you have loose connections (loose temperature sensor connections) check all the wires for a loose connection temperature touch pad the units main control board the control board is in the back of the unit there is a panel covering in the middle lower back near the compressorInside your unit on the left side in the lower rear theres a vented piece of plastic pry that off thats the temperature sensor make sure all the connections are tight If the error does not clear then your temperature sensor is faulty you can get a new sensor at www.repaiclinic.com.or or at www.appliancepartspros.com hope this helped Good Luck!
try changing kegs sounds like the tube in the keg is broken the keg has a tube that runs to the bottom of the keg inside and u push air into the keg to push beer thru that tube and into a cool glass and down to ur gulletbut it sounds like u have a defective keg or an empty keg
Not sure u have a problem.. all appliances dont HOLD a certain.. Temp.. They cycle.. come on for awhile reach a temp the shut down.. goes so low the comes back on... the middle of the cycle is the avarage temp... yours being 36 from what you posted
It's the Danby "auto-defrost" feature. It cycles off every 24 hrs to defrost, at which time the temp rises (as the unit isn't running!). Not much you can do.
By the way, the blue LED temp display isn't accurate. It NEVER gets 36 (liquid temp) inside the Danby unless you do the following:
Open the door and look to the back left. There is a small grate covering the temp sensor. Remove the grate and place the sensor into a small cup of water. The sensor will now read the "liquid" temp inside the keg, and not the "air" temp. The Danby will then cool the inside to a more beer friendly temp, and should not only cut back on foam, but taste better.