Question about Carrier IBM UNIT 2380 79F4796 Drive Case
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Posted on Oct 25, 2008
I am still asking how to put freon in my air conditioner myself
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
One of the cause of water dripping in the indoor is restricted drainage. To Identify if your drainage is restricted.
- Turn "off " the circuit breaker and take out the face cover of the unit.
- Turn "on" the circuit breaker and start the unit, wait until the unit drips.
- When the unit dripped check the drain pan if overflowed with water.
- If the drain pan is full of water you need to flush the drainage with water to remove the restriction. If the pressure of water in your area is high you can use your garden hose to flush the drainage.
Another is dirty evaporator fins (icing), dirty drain pan, broken drain pan or incorrect installation.
YOU CAN LOCATE THE DRAINAGE AT THE LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE OF THE DRAIN PAN
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
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