Question about Danby Heating & Cooling
I believe that model has a catch tray under the coils which catch the droplets of water and route that water into the tank. First, make sure your unit is pretty level. Then take a look at the bottom of the coils for the catch tray to make sure it's not dislodged or not level. Lastly check the catch tray outlet to make sure it's not blocked and will allow water to flow easily into the tank. The other thing is to make sure the tank is inserted correctly, and the catch tray water is routed into it. You don't mention if it ever worked correctly, but if this unit has been working for a long while, it may be dirty and you need to clean it to get the water to drip down correctly.
Posted on Nov 24, 2017
Make sure the drainage port is closed as per the instructions. If you continue to have leakage you may have a leak in the tank.
Posted on Jun 15, 2007
Sounds like the drain line is blocked you would have to take this unit apart in order to check this. I would use a can of air to blow out the leakage. Also make sure the unit is level
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
SOURCE: Leaking water; reservoirs empty
I have this too we had that problem as well, nothing we could do about it either..
i need a new hose and exaust kit you know anywhere to get that?
this unit is ancient
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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