Danby DDW611WLED 6-Place Setting Dishwasher User Manual


Danby DDW611WLED 6-Place Setting Dishwasher User Manual


Thank you for choosing a Danby appliance. This Owner’s Use and Care Guide will provide you with valuable information necessary for the proper care and maintenance of your new appliance. If properly maintained, your Danby appliance will give you many years of trouble-free operation. Please take a few moments to read the instructions thoroughly and familiarize yourself with all of the operational aspects of this appliance. For easy reference, may we suggest you attach a copy of your sales slip/receipt to this page, along with the following information.

Important Safety Information

This appliance must be grounded. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistant electric current. This appliance is equipped with a cord having an equipment grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is installed and grounded by all local codes and ordinances.


  • Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
  • Check with a qualified electrician or service representative if you are not sure if the appliance is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with the appliance; If it does not fit into the outlet have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
  • Do not abuse, sit on, or stand on the door or dish rack of the dishwasher.
  • Do not touch the heating element during or immediately after use. (These instructions are only applicable to machines with a visual heating element.)
  • Do not operate your dishwasher unless all enclosure panels are properly in place.
  • Do not place any heavy objects on the door when it is open. The appliance could tip forward.
  • When loading items to be washed:
    1. Locate sharp items so that they are not likely to damage the door seal;
    2. Warning: Knives and other utensils with sharp points must be loaded in the basket with their points down or placed in a horizontal position.
  • When using your dishwasher, you should prevent plastic items from coming into contact with a heating element. (These instructions are only applicable to machines with a visual heating element.)
  • Check that the detergent receptible is empty after completion of the wash cycle.
  • Do not wash plastic items unless they are marked dishwasher safe or equivalent. For plastic items not marked, check the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Use only detergent and rinse additives designed for an automatic dishwasher.
  • Never use soap, laundry detergent, or hand-washing detergent in your dishwasher. Keep these products out of the reach of children.
  • Keep children away from detergent and rinse aid, keep children away from the open door of the dishwasher,
  • Keep children away from detergent and rinse aid and Keep children away from the open door of the dishwasher. there could still be some detergent left inside.
  • This appliance is not intended for use by people (including children) with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instructions concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
  • Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
  • Dishwasher detergents are strongly alkaline, they can be extremely dangerous if swallowed. Avoid contact with skin and eyes and keep children away from the dishwasher when the door is open.
  • The door should not be left in the open position since this could present a tipping hazard.
  • If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a qualified person to avoid a hazard.
  • Remove the door of the dishwasher when discarding it.
  • Please dispose of packing materials properly.
  • Use the dishwasher only for its intended function.
  • During installation, the power supply must not be excessively or dangerously bent or flattened. Do not tamper with controls.
  • The appliance is to be connected to the water tap using new hose sets and the old hose sets should not be reused.
  • The maximum number of place settings to be washed is 6.
  • The maximum permissible inlet water pressure is 1Mpa.
  • The minimum permissible inlet water pressure is 0.04Mpa.

Operating Instructions

To get the best performance from your dishwasher, read all operating instructions before using it for the first time.



  1. Power on light: To come on when the Power ON/OFF button is pressed down.
  2. ON/OFF Button: To turn on/off the power supply.
  3. Rinse Aid Warning Light: To be on when the rinse aid dispenser needs to be refilled
  4. Delay time: To display cycle time. (or)
  5. Delay start button: Press this button to set the expected time, you can delay the start time up to 24 hours (one press for one hour). After setting the time, press the Start/Reset button to start the delayed hour, press the Start/Reset button continuously until the “H:00” displays then stop the delay
  6. Program indicator light: When you select the washing program, the corresponding light will be displayed.
  7. Program indicator button: When you press the washing program button, the corresponding light will be displayed.
  8. Start/Reset Button: Press this button to start or pause the dishwasher.



  1. Detergent Dispenser
  2. Cutlery Basket
  3. Filter assembly
  4. Rinse Aid Dispenser
  5. Spray Arms
  6. Cup Shelf
  7. Basket
  8. Drain pipe connector
  9. Inlet pipe connector

Operating Instructions


The rinse aid is released during the final rinse to prevent water from forming droplets on your dishes that can leave spots and streaks. It also improves drying by allowing water to sheet off the dishes. Your dishwasher is designed to use liquid rinse aids. The rinse aid dispenser is located inside the door next to the detergent dispenser. To fill the dispenser, open the cap and pour the rinse aid into the dispenser until the level indicator turns completely black. The volume of the rinse aid container is about 110ml.

Rinse aid is automatically added during the last rinse, ensuring thorough rinsing, and spot and streak-free drying.

Never fill the rinse aid dispenser with any other substances (e.g. dishwasher cleaning agent, liquid detergent). This would damage the appliance.

Use Jet-Dry Rinse Agent
Jet-Dry rinse agent removes spots and prevents new film buildup on your dishes, glasses, flatware, cookware, and plastic.

Filling the Dispenser
The rinse agent dispenser holds 3.5 oz. of rinse agent. Under normal conditions, this will last approximately one month. Try to keep it full, but do not overfill.

  1. Make sure the dishwasher door is fully open.
  2. Turn the dispenser knob to the left and lift it out.
  3. Add rinse agent until the indicator window looks full.
  4. Clean up any spilled rinse agent with a damp cloth.
  5. Replace the dispenser knob.

Remove the dispenser knob; then turn the adjuster counterclockwise to increase the amount of rinse agent.

The amount of rinse aid can be judged by the color of the optical level indicator “C” located next to the cap. When the rinse aid container is full, the whole indicator will be black. As the rinse aid diminishes, the size of the dark dot decreases. You should never let the rinse aid get below 1 / 4 full. As the rinse aid diminishes, the size of the black dot on the rinse aid level indicator changes, as illustrated below.




  1. To open the dispenser, turn the cap to the “open” (left) arrow and lift it out.
  2. Pour the rinse aid into the dispenser, being careful not to overfill.
  3. Replace the cap by inserting it aligned with the “open” arrow and turning it to the closed (right) arrow

Clean up any rinse aid spills during filling with an absorbent cloth to avoid excessive foaming during the next wash. Don’t forget to replace the cap before you close dishwasher door.

The recommended setting is on “3”. If the dishes still are not drying properly or are spotted, adjust the dial to the next higher number on “4”. NOTE: Increase the dose if there are drops of water or lime spots on the dishes after washing. Reduce it if there are sticky whitish stains on your dishes or a bluish film on glassware or knife blades.



  • Detergents with chemical ingredients are necessary to remove dirt and remove it from the dishwasher.
  • Use only detergent specifically made for use in dishwashers. Keep your detergent fresh and dry.
  • Don’t put powder detergent into the dispenser until you’re ready to wash dishes.

There are 3 types of detergents.

  1. With phosphate and chlorine
  2. With phosphate and without chlorine
  3. Without phosphate and chlorine.

Based on their chemical composition, the detergents can be split into two basic types:

  • conventional, alkaline detergents with caustic components.
  • low alkaline concentrated detergents with natural enzymes.

The use of “normal” washing programs in conjunction with concentrated detergents reduces pollution and is good for your dishes; these wash programs are specially matched to the dirt-dissolving properties of the enzymes of the concentrated detergent. For this reason, normal wash programs in which concentrated detergents are used can achieve the same results that can otherwise only be achieved using “intensive/heavy” programs.


Detergent tablets of different brands dissolve at different speeds. For this reason, some detergent tablets cannot dissolve and develop their full cleaning power during short programs. Therefore please use longer programs when using detergent tablets to ensure the complete removal of detergent residuals.

The dispenser must be refilled before the start of each wash cycle following the instructions provided in the Wash Cycle Table. Your dishwasher uses less detergent and rinse aid than a conventional dishwasher. Generally, only one tablespoon of detergent is needed for a normal wash load. Also, more heavily soiled items need more detergent. Always add the detergent just before starting the dishwasher, otherwise it could get damp and will not dissolve properly.




  • If the lid is closed: press the release button. The lid springs open.
  • Always add the detergent just before starting each wash cycle.
  • Only use brand-name detergents for the dishwasher.

Fill the detergent dispenser with detergent. The marking indicates the dosing levels, as illustrated below:

  • A. Can hold 15g of detergent. (Pre-wash chamber)
  • B. Can hold 25g of detergent. (Normal wash chamber)


Please see the manufacturer’s recommendations for the amount of detergent to use as stated on the detergent packaging. Close the lid and press until it locks in place. If the dishes are heavily soiled, place an additional detergent dose in the pre-wash detergent chamber. This detergent will take effect during the pre-wash phase.


  • Please be aware, that according to the level of soiling and the specific hardness of water, differences are possible.
  • Please read the manufacturer’s recommendations on the detergent packaging.


  • Consider buying utensils that are identified as dishwasher-proof.
  • For particular items, select a program with a low temperature.
  • Do not take glass and cutlery out of the dishwasher immediately after the program (wash cycle) has ended as they may be hot.


  • Cutlery with wooden, horn china, or mother-of-pearl handles.
  • Plastic items that are not heat resistant.
  • Older cutlery with glued parts that are not temperature-resistant.
  • Bonded cutlery items or dishes.
  • Pewter or Cooper items.
  • crystal glass
  • Steel items are subject to rusting.
  • Wooden platters
  • Items made from synthetic fibers


  • Some types of glasses can become dull after a large number of washes.
  • Silver and aluminum parts tend to discolor during/after washing.
  • Glazed patterns may fade if machine-washed frequently.

(For best performance of the dishwasher, follow these loading guidelines. Features and appearance of baskets and cutlery baskets may vary from your model.) Scrape off any large amounts of leftover food. Soften remnants of burnt food in pans it is not necessary to rinse the dishes under running water.

Place objects in the dishwasher the following way:

  1. Items such as cups, glasses, pots/pans, etc. are face down.
  2. Curved items, or those with recesses, should be loaded at a slant so the water can run off.
  3. All utensils are loaded securely and can not tip over.
  4. All utensils are placed in a way that the spray arms can freely rotate during washing.

NOTE: Very small items should not be washed in the dishwasher as they could easily fall out of the basket.

  • Dishes and cutlery must not lie inside one another or cover each other.
  • To avoid damage to glasses, they must not touch.
  • Load large items that are most difficult to clean into the basket.
  • Long-bladed knives stored in an upright position are a potential hazard!
  • Long and/or sharp items of cutlery such as carving knives must be positioned horizontally in the rack. (basket)
  • Please do not overload your dishwasher. This is important for good results and for reasonable energy consumption.

Position the dishes and cookware so that they will not get moved by the spraying water.


To take off the bracket from the rack, grab the handle of the bracket and lift it upward.

Cutlery should be placed in the cutlery basket with handles at the bottom. If the rack has side baskets, spoons should be loaded individually into the appropriate slots, especially long utensils should be placed in the horizontal position at the front of the upper basket as shown.


  1. Dinner forks
  2. Salad forks
  3. Knives
  4. Teaspoons
  5. Serving spoons
  6. Serving forks

For personal safety and a top-quality clean, place your cutlery in the basket:

  • Make sure they do not nest together
  • Place silverware with handles down.
  • Place knives and other potentially dangerous utensils handle up.


  • ( * ) Means: Need to fill rinse in the Rinse-Aid Dispenser.
  • AHAM DW-1-2005: This program is the test cycle, the rinse-aid dispenser setting is recommended for Position 3.
ProgramCycle selection InformationCycle sequenceDetergent pre/mainRunning time(min)Energy (Kwh)Water (gal)Rinse Aid

Heavy Danby-DDW611W-6-Place-Setting-Dishwasher-User-Manual-fig-10

For the heaviest soiled loads, such as pots,pans,casserole dishes and dishes that have been sitting with dried food on them for a while.Rinse Rinse Rinse Main Wash Rinse Rinse Rinse 










Normal Danby-DDW611W-6-Place-Setting-Dishwasher-User-Manual-fig-11

AHAM DW-1-2005

For normally soiled loads, such as pots, plates,glasses and lightly soiled pans. standard daily cycle.Rinse Rinse Rinse Main Wash Rinse Rinse 










Light Danby-DDW611W-6-Place-Setting-Dishwasher-User-Manual-fig-12


For lightly soiled loads,such as plates,glasses,bowls and lightly soiled pans.

Rinse Rinse Main Wash Rinse Rinse 










A shorter wash for lightly soiled loads that do not need drying.Rinse

Main Wash Rinse

Speed Danby-DDW611W-6-Place-Setting-Dishwasher-User-Manual-fig-13Rinse

Soak Danby-DDW611W-6-Place-Setting-Dishwasher-User-Manual-fig-14


To rinse dishes that you plan to wash later that day.













Starting a wash cycle…
Draw out the basket(see the section entitled Loading the Dishwasher). Pour in the detergent (see the section entitled Detergent and Rinse Aid). Insert the plug into the socket. The power supply is 120V/60 Hz. Make sure that the water supply is turned on to full pressure. Close the door and press the on/off button to turn on the power supply.

  • Press the program button to select the program you need.
  • Heavy->Normal->Light->Speed->Soak
  • Then press the Start/Reset button, and the dishwasher starts.

When you press the Start/Reset button to pause during washing, the program light will stop blinking and the dishwasher will blink every minute unless you press the Start/Reset button to start.


Premise: You can modify the washing program when the dishwasher just runs for a short time. Otherwise, the detergent may have already been released and the appliance may have already drained the wash water. If this is the case, the detergent dispenser must be refilled (see the section entitled” Fill the Detergent “).

To change the washing program, press the start/reset button to pause the working program, and then press the program button for more than 3 seconds and choose the program you need then the washing cycle resumes. NOTE: If you open the door during washing, the machine will pause. When you close the door the washing resumes after 10 seconds.

The lights show the state of the dishwasher:

  • a) All phase lights off———————————–On stand-by
  • b) The display has no blinking———————–Being paused
  • c) The display is blinking——————————Running

A forgotten dish can be added any time before the detergent cup opens.

  1. Press the start/reset button to pause the cycle.
  2. Open the door a little to stop the washing.
  3. After the spray arms stop working, you can open the door completely
  4. Add forgotten dishes.
  5. Close the door
  6. Press the start/reset button, and the dishwasher will run after 10 seconds.

When the working cycle has finished, the buzzer will sound for 8 seconds, then stop. Turn off the appliance using the ON/OFF button, shut off the water supply, and open the door of the dishwasher. Wait a few minutes before unloading the dishwasher to avoid handling the dishes and utensils while they are still hot and more susceptible to breakage. They will also dry better.

Open the door carefully
Hot dishes are sensitive to knocks. The dishes should therefore be allowed to cool down for around 15 minutes before removing from the appliance. Open the dishwasher’s door, leave it ajar, and wait a few minutes before removing the dishes. his way they will be cooler and the drying will be improved.

Installation Instructions

The installation position of the dishwasher should be near the existing inlet drain hoses and power cord. One side of the cabinet sink should be chosen to facilitate the connection of the drain hoses of the dishwasher. Position the appliance in the desired location on the countertop. Make sure the unit is level and is close enough to electrical and water hookups.

Please look at the rating label to know the rating voltage and connect the dishwasher to the appropriate power supply. Use the required fuse 15 amp, time delay fuse or circuit breaker recommended, and provide separate circuit serving only for this appliance.

Ensure the voltage and frequency of the power correspond to those on the rating plate. Only insert the plug into an electrical socket that is grounded properly. If the electrical socket to which the appliance must be connected is not appropriate for the plug:

  • Have the socket replaced by a qualified professional.
  • Avoid using adaptors because they could cause overheating and burns.

This appliance must be grounded. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistant electric current. This appliance is equipped with a cord that has an equipment-grounding conductor and a grouding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is installed and grounded per all local standards and requirements.

Rear of the dishwasher: 


  1. Drain Port
  2. Power Cord
  3. Inlet Port

Your dishwasher comes equipped with a ‘quick connect’ assembly (includes inlet and drain hose). The faucet adapter must be installed on the faucet before you can connect the dishwasher. This adapter is included inside your dishwasher. The faucet adapter is compatible with faucets inclusive of either male (outside) or female (inside) threaded faucet connections



Drain Hose

  1. Drain Port Connection
  2. Quick connect connection
    Inlet Hose
  3. Inlet port connection
  4. Quick connect connection
    Faucet Adapter
  5. Faucet adapter
  6. Faucet washer
    Quick Connect
  7. Pressure relief valve
  8. Faucet adapter connection
  9. Locking collar
  10. Inlet hose connection
  11. Drain hose connection


  1. Screw the faucet adapter onto (or into) the faucet tap. Check for leaks (use Teflon tape to eliminate if necessary).
  2. Connect the six-sided connection of the drain hose to the drain port connection on the back of the dishwasher cabinet. Do not over-tighten (to avoid damage to threads).
  3. Connect the star-shaped connection of the inlet hose to the inlet port on the back of the dishwasher cabinet. Do not over-tighten (to avoid damage to threads).
  4. Connect the circular connection of the drain hose to the longer (bottom) male connection on the quick connect.
  5. Connect the circular connection of the inlet hose to the shorter (top) male connection on the quick connect.
  6. Attach the quick connect onto the faucet adapter, by pulling down the outer locking collar on the quick connect, while pushing the quick connect upward onto the faucet adapter.
  7. When the quick connect snaps onto the faucet adapter, release the locking collar. Verify the connection is secure.
  8. Slowly open the hot water line and check for any sign of water leaks at all hose connections. If leaks are located, immediately turn off the water supply and repair the hose connections.

Hard water conditions will adversely affect the washing performance of your dishwasher. Hard water conditions will also contribute to ‘lime’ (white film substance) deposits and/or ‘scaling’ on the stainless steel surface of the dishwasher tub and heater element, located in the sump underneath the removable filter screen. To assist in minimizing these conditions, it is recommended to operate/rinse the inside of the dishwasher (empty) using 1 cup of white vinegar once a week.


  1. Shut off the water supply at the faucet.
  2. Disconnect the power supply cord
  3. Relieve water pressure
  4. Pull down on the quick-connect collar


  1. The dishwasher is level and fixed properly
  2. The water inlet valve is open
  3. Is there a leakage at the connections of the conducts?
  4. The wires are tightly connected
  5. The power is switched on
  6. Make sure the inlet and drain hoses are not twisted
  7. All packing materials and removable printings should be taken out from the dishwasher

Care and maintenance

The filter prevents larger remnants of food or other objects from getting inside the pump. The filter system consists of a coarse filter, a flat (Main filter), and a microfilter (fine filter).


  1. Main filter 1 Food and soil particles trapped by this filter are pulverized by a special jet on the spray arm and washed down to the drain.
  2. Fine filter 2 This filter holds soil and food residue in the sump area and prevents it from being redeposited on the dishes during a wash cycle.
  3. Course filter 3 Larger items, such as pieces of bone or glass, that could block the drain are trapped in the coarse filter. To remove the items caught by the filter, gently squeeze the tap on the top of this filter and lift it out.

The filter efficiently removes food particles from the wash water, allowing it to be recycled during a cycle. For best performance and results, the filter assembly must be regularly cleaned. For this reason, it is a good idea to remove the larger food particles trapped in the filter after each wash cycle by rinsing the filter and cup under running water. To remove the filter assembly, pull on the cup handle in the upward direction.


  • Never run the dishwasher without the filters in place.
  • The dishwasher must never be used without the filters.
  • Improper replacement of the filter may reduce the performance level of the appliance and damage dishes and utensils.


If you follow the steps from step 1 to step 3, the filter system will be removed; Reverse operate by placing the main filter, then reassemble the fine filter to finish installation.

  • Inspect the filters for blockage every time the dishwasher has been used.
  • By unscrewing the coarse filter you can remove the filter system. Remove any food remnants and clean the filters under running water.
  • The entire filter assembly should be cleaned once a week.

To clean the coarse filter and the fine filter, use a cleaning brush. Reassemble the filter parts and reinsert the entire assembly in the dishwasher, positioning it in its proper location and pressing downward.

The control panel can be cleaned by using a lightly dampened cloth and dried thoroughly. For the exterior use a good quality appliance polish wax. Never use sharp objects, scouring pads, or harsh cleaners on any part of the dishwasher.

To clean the edge around the door, you should use only a soft damp cloth. To avoid penetration of water into the door lock and electrical components, do not use a spray cleaner of any kind.


The spray arms can be easily removed for periodic cleaning of the nozzles, to prevent possible clogging. Wash them under running water and carefully replace them in their proper position, checking that their rotary movement is in no way impeded. Grasp the middle of the spray arm, and pull it upwards to remove it. Wash the arms under a jet of running water and return them carefully to their position. After reassembly, check that the spray arms turn freely.



  • After Every Wash Turn off the water supply to the appliance and leave the door slightly open so that moisture and odors are not trapped inside.
  • Remove the Plug Before cleaning or performing maintenance, always remove the plug from the socket.
  • No Solvents or Abrasive Cleaning To clean the exterior and rubber parts of the dishwasher, do not use solvents or abrasive cleaning products. Only use a cloth with warm soapy water. To remove spots or stains from the surface of the interior, use a cloth dampened with water with a little vinegar, or a cleaning product made specifically for dishwashers.
  • When it is not in use It is recommended that you run a wash cycle with the dishwasher empty and then remove the plug from the socket, turn off the water supply, and leave the door of the appliance slightly open. This will help the door seals last longer and prevent odors from forming within the appliance.
  • Seals One of the factors that cause odors to form in the dishwasher is food that remains trapped in the seals. Periodic cleaning with a damp sponge will prevent this from occurring.


Occasionally a problem may arise that 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 an authorized service depot or Danby’s Toll-Free Number 1-800-263-2629 for assistance.

Dishwasher doesn’t run• Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped.

• Power supply is not turned on.


• Water pressure is low.

•  Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker.

•  Make sure dishwasher is turned on and door is closed. Plug in cord securely.

•  Check that water supply is connected and the water is turned on.

Drain pump doesn’t stop• Overflow•  The system is designed to detect an overflow. When it does, it shuts off the circulation pump and turns on the drain pump. Take out the rubber plug from the container and drain the water out then put the rubber plug back in.
Noise• Some audible sounds are normal.

•  Utensils are not secure in basket / something small dropped into basket.

• Motor hums.

•  Sound from soft food shredding action and detergent cup opening.

•  Ensure everything is secured in the dishwasher.

•  If you do not use often, dishwasher may hum- remember to fill and pump out appliance every week to keep the seal moist.

Suds in the tub• Improper detergent.


• Spilled rinse agent.

•  Use only dishwasher detergent to avoid suds. If suds are present, open the door and let suds evaporate.

•  Always wipe rinse agent spills immediately.

Dishes are not dry• Rinse agent dispenser is empty.•  Make sure that the rinse agent dispener is filled.
Dishes and flatware are not clean (spots filming)• Improper program selected/run.

• Improper rack loading.


• Extremely hard water.

• Select a stronger program.

•  Make sure that the detergent dispenser and spray arms are not blocked by large dishware.

•  Remove all metal utensils from dishwasher

Detergent left in dis- penser cups• Dishes blocking detergent cups.• Re-load the dishes properly.
Water standing in the bottom of the tub• This is normal.•  A small amount of clean water around the outlet on the tub button at the back of the tub keeps the water seal lubricated.
Water doesn’t pump out of the tub• Drain is clogged.


• Pump motor faulty.

•  Make sure the kitchen sink is draining well. If the dishwasher drains into a disposer, run it clear.

• Have it checked by a qualified technician.

Dishwasher leaks / steams• Overfill dispenser or rinse aid spills.

• Dishwasher isn’t level.

• Steam is normal.

•  Be careful not to overfill the rinse aid dispenser. Spilled rinse aid could cause oversudsing and lead to overflowing. Wipe away any spills with a damp cloth.

• Make sure the dishwasher is level.

•  Steam coming through the vent by the door latch is normal during drying and water draining.



This quality product is warranted to be free from the manufacturer’s defects in material and workmanship, provided that the unit is used under the normal operating conditions intended by the manufacturer. This warranty is available only to the person to whom the unit was originally sold by Danby Products Limited (Canada) or Danby Products Inc. (U.S.A.) (hereafter “Danby”) or by an authorized distributor of Danby and is non-transferable

Plastic parts are warranted for thirty (30) days only from the purchase date, with no extensions provided.

During the first twelve (12) months, any functional parts of this product found to be defective will be repaired or replaced, at the warrantor’s option, at no charge to the ORIGINAL purchaser.


Save as herein provided, by Danby, there are no other warranties, conditions, representations, or guarantees, express or implied, made or intended by Danby or its authorized distributors, and all other warranties, conditions, representations, or guarantees, including any warranties, conditions, representations or guarantees under any Sale of Goods Act or like legislation or statute is hereby expressly excluded.

Save as herein provided, Danby shall not be responsible for any damages to persons or property, including the unit itself, howsoever caused or any consequential damages arising from the malfunction of the unit, and by the purchase of the unit, the purchaser does hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Danby from any claim for damages to persons or property caused by the unit.


  1. Power failure.
  2. Damage in transit or when moving the appliance.
  3. Improper power supply such as low voltage, defective house wiring, or inadequate fuses.
  4. Accident, alteration, abuse, or misuse of the appliance such as inadequate air circulation in the room or abnormal operating conditions (extremely high or low room temperature).
  5. Use for commercial or industrial purposes (ie. If the appliance is not installed in a domestic residence).
  6. Fire, water damage, theft, war, riot, hostility, acts of God such as hurricanes, floods, etc.
  7. Service calls result in customer education.
  8. Improper Installation (ie. Building-in of a free-standing appliance or using an appliance outdoors that is not approved for outdoor application). Proof of purchase date will be required for warranty claims; so, please retain bills of sale. In the event warranty service is required, present this document to our AUTHORIZED SERVICE DEPOT.


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