The water drains from the drainage port. If you are not using the continuous drain, the internal pan drains from the bottom outlet. Consult your owner’s manual for details.

Always. We recommend always using the exhaust hose during operation. In most models it should be removed while using fan and dry mode. Please consult your owner’s manuals for details.

Portable air conditioners typically last 5 to10 years, depending on usage and maintenance.

Regularly empty the water tank, check and clean the exhaust hose, and inspect the window kit for any air leaks. Ensure the unit is free of dust and debris.

We recommend cleaning the air filter every two weeks for efficient performance. Refer to your owner’s manual for specific cleaning instructions. Do not operate without the air filter installed.

Check if the exhaust hose is correctly installed and not obstructed. Ensure doors and windows are closed to keep the cooled air inside. Clean or replace the air filters, and check for any ice buildup on the coils, which may require defrosting.

Portable and air conditioners are designed to cool a single room and not multiple rooms. Any walls or doors will interfere with the air flow.

As the air conditioner extracts moisture from the air, the pan will fill. On most models with heat mode, we recommend using the hose for direct drain. This will ensure the pan does not fill up too quickly.

Ensure the unit is on a stable, level surface. Clean the air filters and check for any loose parts. If the noise persists, it may indicate a mechanical issue requiring professional inspection.

Ensure the unit is on a level surface and the drain hose or tank is correctly positioned. Check for blockages in the drain hose. Empty the water tank regularly. If the leak persists, visit for further assistance.

A portable air conditioner is a movable cooling unit that can be transferred from room to room. It exhausts the hot air and moisture out a window via a hose or drain.

Portable ACs are designed to be used in a variety of spaces, from bedrooms to offices to living rooms. Moving the unit from room to room may require adjusting the exhaust hose and window kit to fit different window sizes.

Yes. Venting is necessary to expel hot air and moisture. Use the provided exhaust hose and window kit to vent the unit through a window, door, or other suitable opening.

Place the unit near a window and attach the exhaust hose to the back of the AC. Install the window kit in the window, securing the hose to the kit. Ensure the hose is straight to allow proper airflow. Plug the unit into a power outlet and turn it on. Refer to your owner’s manual for detailed instructions.

Measure the length and width of your space. Then, multiply the length by the width to find the square footage. Example: a room that is 10 feet long and 13 feet wide will be 130 square feet.

Danby portable air conditioners have a sound rating from 38 decibels to 56 decibels, depending on the model. Danby also has patented Silencer Technology on select models that operate from 46 to 49 decibels. For example, 50 decibels is similar to a quiet conversation or quiet office.

Dual hose portable air conditioners have an air intake hose and an exhaust hose. Single hose portable air conditioners have one hose for exhaust and the air is taken from the room through the unit itself.

Automatic mode changes from AC to fan once your set temperature setting has been reached.

The first step is to calculate the square footage of your room. Generally, a 5,000BTU air conditioner is suitable for up to 150 sq. ft., 8,000BTUs for up to 300 sq. ft., 10,000 BTUs for up to 500 sq. ft., 12,000 BTUs for up to 700 sq. ft., and 25,000 BTUs for up to 1,500 sq. ft.

Portable air conditioners do not require permanent installation which allows them to be versatile, easy to use, and moved between rooms.

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