Question about Everest Refrigeration Refrigerators
1.5 everest split type aircon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Do not set the aircon too low temperature in overcast weather, this will cause ice ups and water dripping. Optimal comfort zone temperature is 24c.
2. You need to open the grill cover on the front of the aircon which unclips either end left and right with a finger pressure. You will find two filters which can slide out and should be cleaned. First tap them together to remove dust, then you can wash them with mild soap and cold water.
3. There is the third possibility that an insect has made a nest in the drainpipe. You should look on the outside of the building and locate a plastic drainpipe. You can either blow into this pipe with your mouth or get a blower. This will unblock any restriction in the drainpipe.
Goodluck and ratemeplease.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
try cleaning the port for the drain plug, when the air is damp outside it will condence a large amount of water. Aslo make sure unit is level so it will drain properly.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
Plan the location of your outdoor and indoor unit. Make openings for the pipes and wiring's that should be accessible for repairs or maintenance. Never place the condenser near the walls, and follow the allowable clearance from the walls. Same thing follows for the indoor unit make allowance from the ceiling and it should be tilted to drain the water from the drain pan. Make the piping and wiring connection following the suppliers recommendations. Drain pipe should be lower than the wiring installation. Do not use seal tape for threaded connection, only apply refrigerant oil and tighten all nuts. Leak test or vacuum the lines from the valve fittings outside the condenser to the evaporator( in and out of the evaporator ). If vacuum or pressure stays unchanged for an hour, there is no leakage. If you applied vacuum, just fully open the service valves. If you pressure test the line with Nitrogen, release Nitrogen gas by loosening a little the bigger pipe nut from the condenser until no pressure comes out.Then open the small service valve from the condenser a little until pure freon comes out of the loosen big nut and then tighten it. Full open all service valves and unit is now available for operation with power supply.
Posted on Sep 03, 2011
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