Question about GE Heating & Cooling
No drain plug but this model should have a SLINGER RING AROUND the end of the fan blades which picks up the water & sling it on the back coil which it is so hot & evaporates to help get rid of excess water .. So as for the water running inside, the drain channel are plugging up, from the front coil to the back, & only need to add clorox bleach to the front coil area for now , to kill the slime or mold slowly blocking the channels..But first, TURN_OFF UNIT! (certain times of the year, mold & slime grows rapidily and thats what the bleach for..!
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
This air conditioner produces water during normal
operation. The unit should be drained if it is not
going to be run for an extended period of time.
The unit should also be drained prior to storage
at the end of the cooling season.
To drain the unit, follow the instructions below:
1. Unplug the power cord and roll the unit to a
drain or outside.
2. Pull out the drain cap and allow water
to drain from the unit.
3. Securely replace the drain cap.
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