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  1. Nic Overton says:

    I have 2 units that have stopped cooling. They both still blow just not cooling as it should.

    1. Can you specify those units model so that I may be able to help you more? -Nic

  2. I have DeLonghi PAC AN 280 GW, my unit has stopped cooling as well. Is this a defect with these models? What could be the problem?

    1. Sorry, Kavin. Replying in the comments about this question may not always be the best way to address your concerns. However, you can try the following steps to troubleshoot your DeLonghi PAC AN 280 GW portable air conditioner:

      Air Filter: Check if the air filter is clogged with dust and debris. A dirty filter can restrict airflow and reduce cooling efficiency.

      Thermostat Settings: Ensure that the thermostat is set to the correct cooling temperature. It might have been accidentally adjusted to a higher temperature, preventing the unit from cooling effectively.

      Room Size: Portable air conditioners have specific cooling capacities designed for certain room sizes. If your room is too large for the unit’s capacity, it may struggle to cool effectively.

      Ventilation: Check if the exhaust hose and window kit are properly installed, and make sure there are no obstructions to the airflow.

  3. Roxie Mosley says:

    I have a portable air conditioner pac 270g1w blows out air bit it’s not real cold, how can I fix it

    1. Here are some possible reasons why your portable air conditioner PAC 270G1W is not blowing cold air and how to fix it:

      * The air conditioner is not set to a low enough temperature. Make sure the temperature setting is lower than the current room temperature.
      * The air conditioner filter is dirty. Clean or replace the air conditioner filter according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
      * The air conditioner compressor is not working. This can be caused by a number of things, such as a blown fuse, a faulty thermostat, or a refrigerant leak. If you suspect that the compressor is not working, you should call a qualified technician to repair the air conditioner.
      * The air conditioner is not getting enough airflow. Make sure that the air conditioner is not blocked by furniture or other objects. Also, make sure that the exhaust hose is properly connected and not kinked.
      * The air conditioner is not in a well-ventilated area. The air conditioner needs to be able to expel the hot air it is removing from the room. If it is in a closed or poorly ventilated area, it will not be able to cool the room effectively.
      I hope this helps!