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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: penguin Duo therm AC bogs
Try replacing the wall thermostat with an electronic unit. It sounds like it is short cycling. If there is not at least 5 min delay before trying to restart the compressor this is what happens. Most electronic thermostats have a delay feature built in to solve this problem.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
SOURCE: rv air conditioner leaking
I have the same problem....it is a negative pressure problem holding water inside the unit until it overflows the pan and runs into the duct system. why this occurs....I don't know....I cant find a problem with my air return, but as soon as you turn in off, the water comes gushing out the drains on the unit. I resolved this....temporarily....by twisting up a paper towel into a wick, and placing one end up into the drain tray, with the other end lying well out into the exterior case. This lets the water wick out and keeps the tray drained. I don't understand the problem and don't know what the permanent fix will be, except maybe cutting a hole and placing an intake vent directly below the unit.
Posted on May 11, 2009
On your cold side air coming in, does the ductwork have any insulation on it? Also The evaporator (front part, up where your filter is ) may have a plugged drain tube, depending on year make & model. Not uncommon for some to have a cracked drain pan as well. Your best bet may be to pull plastic cover off unit, then look on side of evaporator housing & see if you notice a tube sticking out side for drainage. It may be plugged if there is one there, use a piece of coated wire or similar and try cleaning it ou, carefully, don't ram it in there and hit coils too hard.. You can remove the 5/16" head screws that hold cover over evaporator, and pull that cover forward & have a look as well.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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