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I have an Amcor Portable Ac 12000 BTU and it keeps shuttig off due to condesation. I drain the unit ;but it only lasts for about 20 mins of run time before it shuts off again.Whats wrong with this?


Unit is not draining properly and only works when there is no condensate in the pan. The latter could have a clogged drain hole - check for that and clear if applicable.

Aug 19, 2015 | Amcor Heating & Cooling

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Whee is water pan located?


This unit features the patented AutoDrain NanoMist Technology that Vaporizes excess fluid build up, eliminating the need to drain the unit. Most of this water is used to cool the unit and make it run more efficiently. This unit has a built-in water tank (non removable) with a drain outlet for end of season draining and storage purposes

Jul 14, 2012 | Amcor PLM 10000EH Portable Air Conditioner

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My amcor is leaking water!


Please be a little more specific because Air Comditioners do in fact collect moisture from the air. This water collects in the drain pan and drained ouined off outside. If the leak is inside, the unit is not tilted to direct the water towards the drain hole.or the drin itself is plugged .Check and let me know if the problem still exists. :-) Ned

Jul 06, 2011 | Amcor Heating & Cooling

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My amcor air conditioner is leaking water all over the floor. I drain it and it will only last less then 24 hours till it turns off, leaks all over an needs to be drained. Help!


I figured out the problem. My Amcor portable started leaking after the fill light came on for the first time in years. After doing some research I saw that it uses the water to cool some other part of the system to evaporate out the exhaust. So I took the ******* apart and messed with things. Finally I started pouring water into different trays and noticed it would not drain down from the top tray even when running. So I removed the top part and found the drain hole. Blasted that sum ***** with some compressed air and WAMMO it works again.

-madmanmarz
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Jul 06, 2011 | Amcor PLM-14000E Portable Air Conditioner

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Hello, i have a AMCOR KF 9000 BTU. And was wondering where do i put the water? and why do i need water in the unit?


Unless, AMCOR has recently made a dramatic change to your model, you don't add water to the unit. Your model acts as an air conditioner and a dehumidifier, all at the same time. It evaporates the water/humidity in the room's air and exhaust it out the vent hose. There is a drain pan, that collects any un-evaporated water, but that only needs to be drained if it's full. Which rarely occurs, unless the humidity is extremely high for a long periods of time..

Hope this helped you. Please let me know. Thanks.

Jun 10, 2011 | Amcor Heating & Cooling

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After one year of usage my portable A/C drains on the floor approximately 3pint / hr. Unit was raised so that the water can drain into a container without weting the carpet . This situation needs to be...


This is what the manual says:

When the internal water container is full, the back light on the LCD display flashes. The unit will shut off automatically, beep 15 times, and must be drained before it will restart.

To Drain the Unit: switch off the unit and remove the plug from the wall socket.

• DO NOT MOVE THE UNIT. Doing this can result in water

leakage, damaging your floor or carpet.

• Place the drain pan on the floor under the drain cap.

• Remove the drain cap and the rubber stopper from the

drain, and let the water run out. Partially fill the drain pan,

replace the rubber stopper, and empty the drain pan.

This procedure must be repeated until the unit is empty.

• Replace the rubber stopper and drain cap.

Put plug into the wall socket, and switch the unit on.

The warning signal should be off.

For Continuous Drainage: • Switch off the unit and remove the plug from the electrical outlet.

• Remove the Drain Cap and Rubber Stopper. Drain if necessary.

• Connect a Drain Tube (not included) (20mm / 3/4" inner dimension) on to the water outlet.

• Place the other end in a drain. Make sure the tube is free from twists and bends.

The tube must decline over its entire length.

Jun 06, 2011 | Amcor PLM12000E Portable Air Conditioner

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9,000 btu invertor system & 12,000 btu system dripping water from evaporator case,evaporator very clean,suction line not freezing up,just sweating as it should,condensor fan running good,is there a...


The condensate line attaches to the back of the indoor unit. Usually the flex drain line that comes with the unit clogs with algae. You've got to remove the line and flush it with compressed air or nitrogen and then pour about a cup of clorox bleach down the line to inhibit further growth. Use the clorox twice a year to prevent this from happening again.

Aug 10, 2010 | AmcorAire UCHW-H12AF2 Split System Air...

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