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My indoor unit airconditioner located in my basement

It seemed to be just dripping water so i cleaned it up 1 day while cleaning basement i noticed that alot of water was coming out the base. i pushed it with my hand and tons of water came out. why and what is wrong

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Re: my indoor unit airconditioner located in my basement

Hi, all a/c's produce water as condensation. Portables have a hose connector near the base. Wall mounted have a permanent hose that allows water to vent out. This pipe can get blocked by dust and fluff usually at the elbow joint. Try useing a small drain cleaning wire or extract all the water out ( i use a big syringe ) and put half a cup full of kettle boiled water in, or a drain cleaner. be sure to flush out well. Good luck. steve, UK

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

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