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Room Air Conditioner
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Danby Products Limited, Guelph, Ontario Canada N1H 6Z9
Danby Products Inc., Findlay, Ohio USA Version 1C.2.06
Thank you for choosing a Danby Room Air Conditioner to cool your home. This Use and Care Manual
provides information necessary for the proper care and maintenance of your new Room Air Conditioner. If
properly maintained, your air conditioner will give you many years of trouble free operation. To avoid
installation difficulties, read these instructions completely before installing/operating your unit.
NOTE: This unit is NOT designed for through-the-wall installation.
For easy reference, you may want to attach a copy of your sales receipt to this page. Note the following
information provided (on the manufacturer’s nameplate located on the unit). This information will be needed
when you contact a Customer Service Representative.
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Date of Purchase: _________________________________________________
Dealer’s Name and Address: _________________________________________
Refer to the trouble shooting section of this Use and Care Manual if the unit is not operating correctly.
If these suggestions do not solve the problem, contact an authorized service representative or
call Danby TOLL FREE: 1-800-26-Danby
Do not leave a room air conditioner unattended in
a space where people or animals who cannot
react to a failed unit are located. A failed unit can
cause extreme overheating and fire in an
enclosed, unattended space.
This symbol denotes a caution or warning
Electrical Specifications
1. All wiring must comply with local and national
electrical codes and must be installed by a
qualified electrician. If you have any questions
regarding the following instructions, contact a
qualified electrician.
2. Check available power supply and resolve any
wiring problems BEFORE installing and
operating this unit.
3. This 115V air conditioner uses 10.1 or less
(depending on model) nameplate amps and may
be used in any properly wired, general purpose
household receptacle. See Table 1 for
specifications for individual branch circuit.
4. For your safety and protection, this unit is
grounded through the power cord plug when
plugged into a matching wall outlet. If
you are not sure whether your wall outlet is
properly grounded, please consult a
qualified electrician.
5. The wall outlet (3-pin) must match the plug (3pin) on the service cord supplied with the unit.
DO NOT use plug adapters. See Table 2 for
receptacle and fuse information. DO NOT USE
UNIT. If it is necessary to use an extension cord
to connect your air conditioner, use an approved
"air conditioner" extension cord only. (available at
most local hardware stores)
6. The rating plate on the unit contains electrical
and other technical data.
Table 1: Suggested Individual Branch Circuit
Nameplate Amps
AWG Wire Size*
4.9 to 10.1
AWG- American Wire Gage
* Based on copper wire at 60 °C temperature rating.
Table 2: Receptacle and Fuse Types
Rated Volts
Wall Outlet
Fuse Size
Time Delay Fuse
(or circuit breaker)
Plug Type
Energy-Saving Tips
Your Room Air Conditioner is designed to be
highly efficient in energy savings.
Follow these recommendations for greater efficiency.
4. Start your air conditioner before outdoor air
becomes hot and uncomfortable. This avoids an
initial period of discomfort while unit is cooling
off the room.
1. Select thermostat setting that suits your
comfort needs and leave thermostat at that
chosen setting.
2. The filter is very efficient in removing airborne
particles. Keep air filter clean. Normally, filter
should be cleaned every 2 weeks. More
frequent cleaning may be necessary depending
on indoor air quality.
5. When outdoor temperatures are cool enough,
use HIGH or LOW FAN only. This circulates
indoor air, providing some cooling comfort, and
utilizes less electricity than when operating on a
cooling setting.
3. Use drapes, curtains, or shades to keep
direct sunlight from heating room, but DO NOT
obstruct the air conditioner. Allow air to circulate
around the unit without obstruction.
Installation Notes
Installation Hardware
Electric Shock Hazard
3/4" (19.1 mm)
Screws (9)
To avoid the possibility of personal
injury, disconnect power to the unit
before installing or servicing.
*3/8" (9.5 mm) Screws
*Factory installed on
some models.
Tools Needed for Installation
Screw Drivers:
Both Phillips and flat head
Power Drill:
1/8 inch (3.2 mm) diameter drill bit
Measuring Tape
Carpenters Level
Safety Lock (1)
*“L” Shaped
mounting bracket
*Factory installed
on some models.
Sash bracket (2)
Foam Seal (1)
Side Curtain RH (1)
Side Curtain LH (1)
To avoid installation/operation difficulties,
read these instructions thoroughly.
Your Room Air Conditioner is designed for easy
installation in a single or double-hung window. This
unit is NOT designed for vertical (slider type)
windows and/or through-the-wall applications.
Fig. 1
NOTE: Save the shipping carton and packing
materials for future storage or transport of the unit.
Remove from carton, the plastic bag containing the
installation hardware kit necessary for the installation
of your air conditioner. Please check the contents of
hardware kit against the corresponding model check
list, prior to installation of the unit. See Fig. 1
Your unit is designed to evaporate condensation
under normal conditions. However, under
extreme humidity conditions, excess condensation
may cause basepan to overflow to the outside.
The Unit should be installed where condensation
run-off cannot drip on pedestrians or neighboring
Because the compressor is located towards the
rear of the unit, this side will be heavier and more
awkward to manipulate. Therefore, it is
recommended to have someone assist you
during the installation of this unit.
Select the Best Location
20" (50.8 cm)
A. This room air conditioner is designed to fit easily
into a single or double hung window. However,
since window designs vary, it may be necessary
to make some modifications for safe, proper
12"(30.5 cm)
B. Make sure window and frame are structurally
sound and free from dry and rotted wood.
(50.8 cm)
C. For maximum efficiency, install the air conditioner
on a side of a house or building which favors
more shade than sunlight. If the unit is in direct
sunlight, it is advisable to provide an awning over
the unit.
Fig. 2
D. Provide sufficient clearance around the cabinet to
allow for ample air circulation through the unit.
See Fig. 2. The rear of the unit should be
outdoors and not in a garage nor inside a
building. Keep unit as far away as possible from
obstacles/obstructions and at least 30" (76.2 cm)
above the floor or ground. Curtains and other
objects within a room should be prevented from
blocking the air flow.
E. Be certain the proper electrical outlet is within
reach of the installation. Use only a single
outlet circuit rated at 15 amps. All wiring should
be in accordance with local and national
electrical codes.
WITH THIS UNIT. If it is necessary to use an
extension cord to connect your air conditioner,
use an approved "air conditioner" extension cord
only. (available at most local hardware stores)
G. DO NOT install unit where leakage of combustible
gas is suspected. Your air conditioner may fail to
operate in air containing oils (including machine
oils), sulfide gas, near hot springs, etc...
30"(76.2 cm)
wall, or
Assembly of the Upper Channel, to
Cabinet. (Factory installed on some models)
3a. Completing the Installation (cont’d)
Carefully place the air conditioner into the
window with the “L” shaped mounting bracket
(on top) positioned in front of the upper window
sash. The bottom of the cabinet should be
positioned on the “recessed” portion of the
window frame. Pull the window down until it
rests just behind the front flange of the (top) “L”
shaped mounting bracket. See Fig. 5.
Expand the shutter frames (fully) on each side
and secure the top of the frames to the window
sash using one 3/4" (19.1 mm) screw on each
side and one
in the “L” shaped mounting
bracket. Fig. 5
Secure the shutter clamp on each side of the
(lower) shutter and secure to window sill using
one 3/4" (19.1mm) screw on each side. Fig.5
"L" Shaped Top Channel: Install the "L"
shaped channel to the top of the cabinet as
shown in Fig. 3 using four (4) 3/8"(9.5mm) screws.
3/8" (9.5mm) Screw
“L” Shaped
Mounting Bracket
Fig. 3
“U” Shaped Channel
(Factory Installed)
Assembly of the Side Curtains to
Extend the shutter from the shutter frame and
slide it into the shutter guide on the side
channel of the air conditioner as shown in Fig. 4.
Slide the shutters into the top (“L” Shaped) and
bottom (“U” Shaped channels. The shutters are
identified (on frame) as left & right.
Window Sash
3/4" (19.1mm)
“L” Shaped
Fig. 5
Shutter clamps
Place the second foam sealing strip to fit the
opening between the inside and outside windows
then attach the safety lock to the outside window
frame using one 3/4” (19.1 mm) screw. See Fig. 6.
Safety Lock
Foam Seal
Shutter Frame
Fig. 4
Completing the Installation
Cut the foam (non adhesive) sealing strip to
fit the area of the window sill that the air
conditioner will rest on.
3/4" (19.1 mm)
Fig. 6
PLEASE NOTE: Window applications come in a
variety of different styles. Therefore, it may be
necessary to modify or improvise your particular
Key Pad Features
LED DISPLAY: Displays the following information
independently; Set Temperature, Ambient Room
Temperature and Auto Timer On/Off settings.
POWER: Turns unit On / Off.
MODE: Allows you to scroll through and select
the desired operating mode; Cool
, Dry
Fan Only
and *Auto Auto .
The selected mode will be denoted by the
adjacent indicator light. *‘Auto’ is a pre-set
factory program that automatically defines the
mode (Cool or Dry) and fan speed based on the
set temperature.
FAN SPEED: Select from four different fan settings;
, Medium
, High
and Auto Auto
during Cool and Fan Only mode. Please note:
During ‘Dry’ mode the fan speed is automatically
defined .
ENERGY SAVER: Automatically cycles the fan on
and off while the compressor is not in use.
TEMP. /TIMER Control: Used to increase
the Temperature setting in 1°C / °F
increments.and Auto-Timer On/Off settings in 30
min./1hr. increments.
AUTO-TIMER: Used to Initiate the Auto On and/or
Note: This appliance allows you select the
temperature scale to be displayed in either “Celsius” or
Fahrenheit” according to your preference. To change
the temperature scale displayed on the electronic
display, press both the “Temp/Timer” adjust arrows
simultaneously to alternate between “Celsius” &
Auto Off timer.
While the Air Conditioner is off (Auto-On):
1. Press the Auto-Timer button once and the adjacent
Auto-On indicator light ‘
‘ will illuminate.
2. Use the Temp/Timer control cursors to select a
delayed On time of up to 24 hours.
3. Select the appropriate mode under which you want
the unit to operate (Auto-Cool-Dry-Fan Only)
4. Select the fan speed setting.
5. The time you selected will appear in the LED
CHECK FILTER : The adjacent indicator light will
illuminate as a reminder to clean the air conditioner
filter (see page 9) Once the filter has been
cleaned and replaced, depress the Check Filter
button in order to resume operation.
While the Air Conditioner is on (Auto-Off);
1. Press the Auto-Timer button twice and the adjacent
SLEEP MODE : When activated, the current set
temperature is gradually increased over a one (1)
hour period then maintained for seven (7) hours.
Once the program is complete, the air conditioner
will resume to it’s previous set temperature (before
sleep mode was activated). This feature is meant
to be used during the night time hours to prevent
the room from getting too cold (while you sleep)
and results in less compressor running time and
reduced energy consumption. Sleep mode may
be cancelled by depressing the Sleep Mode
button while the program is running.
Auto-Off indicator light
will illuminate.
2. Use the Temp/Timer control cursors to select a
delayed Off time of up to 24 hours.
3. The time you selected will appear in the LED display
The Auto On and Auto Off timer can operate during the
same program by defining the Auto-Off parameters
immediately after the Auto On parameters.
The Auto-Timer may be cancelled at any time by turning
the unit On/Off.
Remote Control Features
Electronic Display: Displays the following
A: Remote Control power On/Off and Mode Icons
B: Clock and Auto-Timer settings
C: Current set temperature
D: Fan speed setting
Control Buttons
1. Power switch.
2. Mode
3. Fan Speed
4. Energy Saver
5. Auto-Timer
6. Used to increase
or decrease
settings in 1° increments on the Celsius or
Fahrenheit scale.
To operate the hand held remote control will require
two “AAA” Alkaline batteries (included ).
7. Cancels current Timer ON/OFF settings.
Batteries should be replaced when:
8. Lock
prevents the remote control settings from
inadvertently being changed.
a) No signal (beep) is heard when attempting to
program the main unit.
9. Clock: Depress the button for 3 seconds in order
to set the clock. Press the increase or decrease
arrow to adjust the clock in 1 minute intervals,
holding down the increase or decrease arrow will
adjust the time in 10 minute intervals.
b) The main unit does not respond to a command
issued by the remote control.
Battery replacement:
1. Slide the rear cover on the remote in the direction
of the arrow. Continue pulling (gently) until the
cover separates completely from the unit.
10. Used to activate the SLEEP program.
11. Toggle the LED backlight on/off.
2. Insert (2) batteries (AAA) following the same
orientation (polarity) depicted inside the battery
12. Restore remote control default settings.
3. Re-install rear cover.
4. If the remote control will not be used for extended
periods of time (vacations etc.), batteries should
be removed.
The remote operates within a range of 8 meters
(26 ft.) from the receiver located inside the main unit.
Any obstruction between the receiver and remote
may cause signal interference, limiting the ability to
program the main unit.
Care and Maintenance
End-of-Season Care
When cleaning the air conditioner, be sure to
turn the POWER OFF and disconnect the power
cord from the electrical outlet.
1. Operate the fan alone for half a day to dry out the
inside of the unit.
1. DO NOT use gasoline, benzine, thinner or other
chemicals on the air conditioner as these
substances may cause damage to the paint finish
and deformation of plastic parts.
3. Clean filter.
2. Turn off power and remove plug from wall socket.
4. Store (covered) air conditioner in a dry location.
2. Never attempt to pour water directly on unit as
this will cause deterioration of the electrical
When installing and/or removing the air
conditionner from the window, ensure that
caution is taken to prevent the unit from falling
backward. It is recommended that installtion
or removal of the airconditioner is done with
assitance to prevent injury to persons or
damage to the unit or property.
Air Filter Removal:
The air filter is located behind the air intake front
grill. To remove the air filter, grasp the sides of the
front grill and pull forward to open and access the
To reinstall the air filter, reverse the above
procedures. The air filter may be vacuumed or
washed by-hand in warm water. Dry thoroughly
before installing.
Cleaning Air Filter
1. Use a vacuum cleaner with soft brush
2. Wash the filter in lukewarm water below 40°C
(104°F): To get better results, wash with soapy
water or a neutral cleaning agent.
3. Rinse the filter with clean water and
dry thoroughly before re-installing.
DO NOT forget to install the air filter. If the air
conditioner is left to operate without the air filter,
dust is not removed from the room air and may
result in machine failure.
When the air inlet grill and cabinet are dirty, wipe
with lukewarm water (below 40°C / 104°F). Use of
a mild detergent is recommended.
Troubleshooting Guide
Frequently, a problem is minor and a service call may not be necessary, use this troubleshooting guide for a
possible solution. If the unit continues to operate improperly, call Danby’s Toll Free Number 1-800-263-2629 for
assistance, or call one of our service depots listed in the enclosed “Authorized Service Depot” listing provided
with this unit.
Possible Cause
Air conditioner will
not operate.
No power to unit.
Suggested Solution
Check connection of power cord to
power source.
Check fuse or circuit breaker.
Inefficient or no cooling.
Dirty air filter.
Clean or replace air filter.
Unit size inappropriate
for application.
Check with dealer to determine proper unit
capacity for application.
Blocked air flow.
Remove obstruction from grill or
outdoor louvers.
Power interruption, settings
changed too quickly, or
compressor overload tripped.
Turn the unit off and wait 5 minutes before
attempting to re-start.
Loose parts.
Tighten loose parts.
Inadequate support.
Provide additional support to unit.
Formation of mold, mildew, or
algae on wet surfaces.
Clean unit thoroughly.
Place algaecide tablet in base pan.
Water dripping outside.
Hot and humid weather.
Condensation run-off is normal under these
Water dripping inside.
Unit is not properly angled to
allow water to drain outside.
Unit must be installed on an angle for proper
condensation run-off. Check the unit and
make any adjustments.
Ice or frost build-up.
Low outside temperature.
When outdoor temperature is approximately
65°F or below, frost may form when unit is in
cooling mode. Switch unit to FAN (only)
operation until frost melts.
Unit air filter is dirty.
Remove and clean filter.
Noisy unit.
1. If circuit breaker is tripped repeatedly, or fuse is blown more than once, contact a
qualified technician.
2. When unit is installed using proper installation steps, unit is properly tipped towards the outdoors
to allow for condensation run-off.
Room Air Conditioner
The model number of your room air conditioner is found on the serial
plate located on the right side of the unit above the power cord.
Model • Modèle
All repair parts are available for purchase or special order when you
visit your nearest service depot. To request service and/or the
location of the service depot nearest you, call the TOLL FREE
NUMBER: 1-800-263-2629
When requesting service or ordering parts, always provide the
following information:
Product Type
Model Number
Part Number
Part Description
Climatiseur de pièce
Le numéro de modèle de votre climatiseur se trouve sur la plaque
d'information qui se trouve sur le coté droit de l’appareil par dessus le
cordon d’alimentation.
For service, contact your nearest
service depot or call:
1-800-26- Danby
Pour obtenir le service, consultez
votre succursale régionale de
service ou téléphonez:
Toutes les pièces de rechange ou commandes spéciales sont
disponibles de votre centre régional de service autorisé. Pour exiger
le service et-ou le nom de votre centre de service régional, signalez le
NUMÉRO SANS FRAIS: 1-800-263-2629
Ayez les renseignements suivants à la portée de la main lors de la
commande de pièce ou service:
Genre de produit
Numéro de modèle
Numéro de pièce
Description de la pièce
1-800-26- Danby
Danby Products Limited, Guelph, Ontario Canada N1H 6Z9
Danby Products Inc., Findlay, Ohio USA 
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