Question about Kenmore Heating & Cooling
No water is coming out the back is that normal
Window air conditioners generally should be mounted with a slight downward tilt toward the outside. This allows condensate to drain outside rather than inside.
Posted on May 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: water in air conditioner
A lot of the newer window units design the outside fan to pickup the condensate water and sling it onto the coil. The evaporative effect makes the unit run more efficiently. They ususally don't spit, but if the unit is running well, otherwise, I would't worry about it.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
that's fairly common for window units, it's ok to drill a small hole in the underside of the case to drain the water, just be sure you don't puncture the condenser in the process.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
The unit has to lean backward to let the water run out. It sounds like it is too level or leaning forward too much. There should be an adjusting screw in back that you can lower and it should work fine.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Hi, what is going on is the unit is working good so you will have condensation running down the front of the indoor coil. You will have a trough at the bottom that has collected dirt over the winter and has clogged up the drain. Some window units have a small supple clear hose attached to one end of the coil that may be plugged up, or this unit has what we call weep holes around it starting at the inside edges on each corner and around the out side. Go outdoors and look and see if you see a hose or very small holes that are plugged up. If the hose/if there is one, try and blow it out. What is happening, is the blade from the fan motor is picking up the water and slinging it into the home. Yes, you can solve this once you find how it drains and where it drains. Take a good strong light inside to check the front and see if indeed there is a hose. Keep me posted on this and I hope that I have led you in the right direction to solve this, and I am sure I have. Please let me know.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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