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Why is condensate flowing into the bedroom non- stop?

The A/C should have been installed with a downward slope toward the drainage hole. If it is level or slopes downward inside the bedroom, you will have drainage problems.

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How do I drain water from a toyotomi portable ac unit

1. put it on higher position near water drainage, window...etc
2. make hole in water tank
3. put tube in hole and lead tube in drainage or outside (hole in frame of window recommended for long term use). Fix tube with glue
4. take care that water tank is higher than end of the tube
5. done

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I have got damp in the boot of my car from washing the car can you suggest anything?

i had this problem with a vectra turned out just inside the boot door channel there is water drainage holes and sometimes they fill up with moss and leafs ect. unblock the drainage holes also have u checked under the carpet mine did the same and in the sparewheel compartment underneath was a puddle of dirty rain water in the end i drilled a 5 mil hole just to drain it and incase the drainage holes wernt the prob worked for me took months to get the damp smell out tho yuk if not the problem only other to things i could think it could be is the rubber seals failing that on some cars petrol cap can cause it hope this helps goodluck

Mar 24, 2012 | Volkswagen Polo Cars & Trucks

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We have a hotpoint RLA 34 ( MICROBAN ) FRIDGE . water keeps seeping into the bottom , under the crisper box tried turnining temp down , made sure it's level , no blocked drainage hole . door shuts tight...

You said no blocked drainage hole, where was the drainage hole that you checked located? Did you pour water down this drain, and furthermore did you check that the water you poured into the drain flowed into the condensate pan on the outside of the fridge? Unless you have a problem with an ice maker leaking water, it sounds very much like you do have a blocked drainage hole, otherwise known as a defrost drain. the drain system begins underneath the evaporator coil inside the freezer, this is where the water that is collected in the defrost cycle flows into a drain tube that leads the water down to the condensate pan. The best and safest way to clear out this drain is to blow it out with compressed air, after you remove any and all ice at the beginning of the drainage system, in other words, the hole located underneath the evaporator coil.

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Water in doors

Sounds like the door drain holes are blocked look under the door u will see holes that are blocked use a air Line or a pick to clean out the holes the water will drain out

Oct 05, 2010 | 1997 Toyota Avalon

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Continuous drainage

Take out the drain pan and look in left hand top of the compartment and you will see a drain hole for the pan.Plug the drain hole with a small rubber plug, I used an electrical wire nut wrapped with tape and it worked fine.replace the pan and the water will run out the back. A 3/4" garden hose should work for the drain hole.

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Cleaning drainage holes

i think the drainage holes you are reffering to are the ones in the front cowel. You have to remove the wiper arms and the unscrew the cowel to get at the drains.

Dec 11, 2008 | 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan

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