Question about Electrolux E23CS75SS Air Conditioner
We have a portable air con unit (Electrolux Kelvinator EPK09CRN2A) which is leaking water out the front onto the floor. No water makes it into the water tray. We recently were given it by a friend and transported it on its back in the boot of our car. Would this have caused it to leak? How can we fix it ourselves? many thanks
You'll have to open it up and check for a displaced condensate collector. This may look like a funnel with a drain tube that is supposed to go to the tray
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Electrolux air conditioner
Tell me the model no. and I will find info or a new manual for you.
Without this info I cannot help you as there are many different coolers made by electrolux.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
SOURCE: Water Leakage
sounds as if your condensating drain is clogged. This drain is connected to a drain pan in which your eveporator coil is in. The filter material may have gotten into this pan and covered the drain hole. The way to check is to open the area where the coil is located and look at the tray this coil sits in. This tray should have a hole right in the corner of it. You may need to get a shop vac with a small hose attachment and use it to remove the water in this pan in order for you to see this drainage hole. You may also go to the drain where it is located on the outside of the house (this drain is located by the a/c unit outside most of the time) and using the wet vac, put the house on the end of the drain pipe and have the vaccum pull out alll the debris this way. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
usaly you will have two screws on the front of the unit you would take them out unplug the unit first and then pull it out
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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