Dry Mode is a function that will reduce the humidity in the room. In this mode, as the air passes through the air conditioner the humidity will condense on the evaporator so that the air comes out drier. Reducing the humidity makes you feel cooler and more comfortable. Dry mode uses less power than cool mode.
press mode button until you can see the snow pattern
An air conditioner is just like a hair dry because both contain air that can dry your hair.
If you have it in the defroster mode, the AC pump will run. This is normal.
If you turn on this mode, your airconditioner will turn on the max settings.
that has happen to me if you got a car wash lately then it must off happen usally the wires are exposed just let it all dry
Dry Mode: There are two versions of this and To understand this you have to understand how AC works. AC "Condenses" water From the air on the cold portion of the AC. Dry Mode can be two things. A De-humidifier mode designed to dry the air in a room or building Dry the interior workings of the AC to prevent mold and mildew inside.
No, you don't have to shut the window, but If by "dry mode" you mean "dehumidify" I would think "yes" - close your windows. Assuming it is more humid outside than inside, leaving your windows open would make running in dry mode non-effective. You would be drying the air inside only to have more humid air come right in the window. A waste of electricity and wear on your unit. I can't see any reason to leave windows open unless your unit is only running on "Fan" to circulate the air.
A quiet mode would assuredly slow the fan down, possibly slow the compressor too on higher end units.
It might be on energy saver mode!
This is water that has condensed out of the room air on the evaporator coils of the air conditioner, and it is completely normal. If the humidity is high, one will see more water condensing and dripping from the air conditioner than when the room air is dry.
The word, 'air conditioner' is a noun. The definition of air conditioner is a machine that controls the humidity and temperature of the air.
Yes, it operates the indoor fan at a slower speed resulting in a colder evaporator coil thus condensing water vapor from the room air passing over it more effectively than if the fan was running at normal cooling speed.