Question about Haier CPRB09XC7 Portable Air Conditioner
I'm not sure of the window model, I've only had it for about 4 years. It has never happened before, but now it sounds like it's filling up with water and spraying out as the fan blades go through it. I don't think thereis a drain hole in the bottom. I've never had to drain it before Help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Water dosent drain
well lets work with it becouse that the one you have..first let me tell you dont make that hole becouse the water that remaing in the tray is use to cool down the condenser and beleve me its a good idea..its not supouse to condese more water thant he can evaporate..but try to screw a littel bit more the two screw in the back of the cabinet to down the cabinet 10 degrees more to see if that help you...good luck
Posted on Aug 03, 2006
SOURCE: The model # of my
Hi, normally they have a very small gutter type track indoors below the indoor coil. It should have what is called weep holes at either end for the condensation to run off. I have seen this problem a lot on window units, and some people have had to go as far as drilling there own holes to get there to drain, which is crazy. Check the front very good for a trough to catch the condensation and for these weep holes I am talking about. Please let me know the out come.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
SOURCE: I have a haier window
Hello, some window units do not have a drain hole for the condensate, instead the use the fan blade to sling the water on the condenser, since the condenser is warm/hot it will evaporate the condensate.
Posted on Jun 07, 2011
SOURCE: Hi! My AC
If it's leaking water and it's an electrical appliance. Water & electricity don't mix, do they? So, first turn the unit OFF and unplug it from the wall. But, not if you're standing in water.
Here's the problem: The plastic tubing that's supposed to drain the water into the bucket is clogged and it's draining it onto the floor.
Remove the water bucket and look up into the bucket cavity. You should see a small hole or tubing. That's the drain to the bucket. Using an 18" long plastic Zip Tie, appropriately sized to fit that hole or tube. Carefully insert the Zip Tie into it and continue to insert it, until you reach a bend in the tubing. You must gingerly work the Zip Tie past this bend, until it either bottoms out or you run out of usable Zip Tie. Then, slowly pull it back out while rotating (twisting) it. This will breakup any clogs. As you reach the inserted end of the Zip Tie, be prepared for some water to follow. If you don't have a Zip Tie & don't want to go out and buy one, you may use something similar. But, NO wire coat hangers.
Hope this helped you solve the problem.
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
It shouldn't be a problem if you drilled the hole near the rear, outer edge of the drip pan and didn't accidentally pierce any of the mechanical above it. Also, be sure the rear of the unit is tilted down at least 1/4" to 1/2", so water will flow to it. Check the drain hole periodically, as they will become clogged over time.
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Posted on Jul 23, 2011
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