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[Costco] Danby 14,000 BTU 3-in-1 Portable Air Conditioner $419 Online/$399 instore ($100 off)

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  • Jul 2nd, 2019 1:12 pm
Newbie
Apr 23, 2015
69 posts
41 upvotes
North Vancouver, BC
Just found out that you can actually change it to cooling and fan mode with Google home. Not sure what other commands it supports as I haven't found them.
Jr. Member
Jan 13, 2009
158 posts
60 upvotes
Vancouver
flowerdealer wrote:
Jun 4th, 2019 12:46 pm
Just found out that you can actually change it to cooling and fan mode with Google home. Not sure what other commands it supports as I haven't found them.
Cool! (yeah, pun intended). Let me know if you find any others...

My next challenge is I need to extend the exhaust hose a couple of feet - pretty hard to find the same size hose...
Newbie
Apr 23, 2015
69 posts
41 upvotes
North Vancouver, BC
Jammer005 wrote:
Jun 4th, 2019 12:54 pm
Cool! (yeah, pun intended). Let me know if you find any others...

My next challenge is I need to extend the exhaust hose a couple of feet - pretty hard to find the same size hose...
Ask the Danby rep if there is a part for it, he might point you to it.
Newbie
Jun 1, 2008
23 posts
1 upvote
Vancouver, BC
Elronir wrote:
Jun 3rd, 2019 10:11 pm
I tried and it worked. Temp got to 17 this time. Thanks a lot
It seems to me 17 degree is the lowest it can go. Is that correct?
Jr. Member
Jan 13, 2009
158 posts
60 upvotes
Vancouver
BBTing wrote:
Jun 8th, 2019 12:00 pm
It seems to me 17 degree is the lowest it can go. Is that correct?
Yes. Much lower and you’ll be able to store Fruit and Vegetables in the room. ;)
Jr. Member
Jan 13, 2009
158 posts
60 upvotes
Vancouver
Mine is now making a gurgling sounds as soon as I turn it on in Cooling mode. Fan mode = no gurgling. Danby says to return it.
Jr. Member
Jan 21, 2018
126 posts
27 upvotes
Hello! Ordered this earlier this month and only started using it tonight. Anyone know if I need to drain this ac unit? I can hear water dripping and collecting inside but not sure if it needs to drain, or how to drain.
Jr. Member
Jan 13, 2009
158 posts
60 upvotes
Vancouver
justlooking90 wrote:
Jul 2nd, 2019 1:54 am
Anyone know if I need to drain this ac unit? I can hear water dripping and collecting inside but not sure if it needs to drain, or how to drain.
It depends what mode you are using. The unit will tell you when/if it needs draining. There are two methods, one is a continuous drain that you can set up and the other method allows you to use the short plastic 'hose' it came with and move it once in a while to a location you can manually drain it at. It's detailed in the manual.

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