Question about Dimplex Heating & Cooling
Refrigerant type and the weight needed will be on a sticker inside one of the side panels. You can't top up without gauges or evacuate the system without the recovery equipment. Likely R134a in it.
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Dimplex DAC12005/9005 (Portable Air Conditioner): 3.2 out of 5 stars from 19 ... Our buying guide will explain which type of portable air conditioner would suit ... is for an indoor unit - Dimplex seem to have made subsequent models louder ... The R22 refrigerant will likely help (much more efficient than R410a and R134a) ...
Posted on Jul 12, 2020
Hi Leanne,Bung stays in and you dont take it out until the red light (4th on right on top of unit) comes on, then you empty it taking bung out and use tube to get the water out. It will probably take some time (days of continuous operation) for the light to come on, depending on your humidity etc. For easy emptying, wheel the unit to a bathroom or outside where if it spills a bit it won't matter.
Ours is working okay although it just stopped blowing cold air and is only blowing room temp air. we have guests tonight and its hot! I came here looking for a solution to my prob and found yours!
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
SOURCE: Instruction Manual
I had the same problem. If you are in Australia, the Dimplex Customer Service number is 1300 6739 033. I phoned and they are mailing me the instructions. Maybe don't say you bought the machine at a garage sale.
If you are not in Australia, try the way I did to get your local customer service number - Google the product number and go to the Dimplex website, and there should be a "Contact Us' button with a phone number or mailing address.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
1. Disconnect the dimplex aircon from the power source.
2. Dismount the motor driving the fan from its mounting.
3. Mark the motor lead wires accordingly.
4. Disassemble the motor, and replace the bearings.
(Take note of the bearing number located at sides)
5. After replacing the bearings, assemble the motor,
and have it remounted in place.
6. Reconnect the wires and palce an electrical tape
at the bare joints.
7. Conduct a test run of the unit..
Hpoe this helps.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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