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Annual inspection Where is the drain connect located on this air conditioner?

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That should be at the bottom of that air handler

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Save cost with some precautions


Precautions to be taken in air conditioners and to save cost.

These are some useful precautions to be taken in air conditioners (A/C).Improper refrigerant charge can damage your compressor, which is the heart of your air conditioning system; this is an expensive air conditioner repair. Systems improperly charged will cause increased electric bills because this will reduce the efficiency of your air conditioning system. The proper refrigerant charge will provide longer equipment life, lower your utility bills and reduce the need for air conditioning service.
A dirty condenser coil (outside unit) will reduce your air conditioning systems ability to remove and reject heat from your home. This will cause your system to run longer and increase your electric bills. The benefit of a clean condenser coil is proper heat rejection, reduced run time and lower energy bills. A dirty air conditioning condenser can lead to system failure and the need for you air conditioner to be repaired, dirt and house dust that escapes through your air conditioning filter can cling to the cold moist coil. This will restrict the air flow through the coil reducing your air conditioning system of performance and capacity. Maintaining the evaporator coil will ensure that proper air flow is delivered to all areas of your home, increase comfort levels, provide a cleaner healthier indoor environment. Inspecting and changing your air filter on a monthly basis will help prevent air conditioner repairs.
As your air conditioning system removes heat from your home, humidity is extracted from the air. The condensation created by warmer air passing over a cold coil must be drained from your system. This is done through a condensate drain line. The drain must be checked and cleared of algae build up or foreign particles clogging the drain, which could cause water damage to the ceiling or floors of your home. By keeping your air conditioner drain line clear you will reduce the need for air conditioning service and overflow problems which can result in water damage. Proper draining will also aid in maintaining indoor humidity levels.
Cause of air flow
Dirty blower wheels can affect the air flow to your home; limit your air conditioning system's capacity and your comfort. It can also spread dust particles which irritate sinus and allergies. A clean blower wheel and fan motor will provide maximum air flow, improved comfort levels and proper cooling. Most of air conditioner repairs are caused by dirt and the lack of maintenance.
Cause of electrical panel
Your thermostat should be properly calibrated. This will ensure accurate temperature control and operating cycle. This will save you on operating cost and assure your comfort level. Moving parts in need of lubrication can cause increased electrical consumption and air conditioner repairs. This is due to additional power required to overcome the resistance in motors and drive shafts that are not lubricated. Proper system lubrication will offer smooth motor and shaft operation, extended part life and less air conditioner repairs. The electrical components on your air conditioning system should be inspected regularly for signs of wear. Faulty electrical components can lead to very expensive air conditioning repairs. A thorough inspection will reduce the need for air conditioner service if the faulty or worn parts are replaced when found.
Carrying this tips help reduce the amount of air conditioner repairs you will encounter over your air conditioning systems lifespan. If you are in need of air conditioner service make sure the company you choose is licensed and insured to do the required repair work (warranty) .



on Feb 27, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Where is the drain pan drain hole on the bottom of the Fridgidaire FAC 127S1A air conditioner?


Good Morning Friend,

I understand you want to know where the drain hole is on your Frigidaire air conditioner, model# FAC127S1A. I see that the drain seems to be blocked, as water is collecting in the drain pan, instead of draining. The drain hole is located beneath the compressor. You might want to try tilting your air conditioner slightly to the outside, to allow better water drainage. Hope this is helpful.

-Best Regards-

WP

Jul 06, 2014 | Frigidaire FAC127S1A Air Conditioner

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Water coming from aircon inside


Typically a blocked evaporator drain. Remove filter and inspect the drain pan which is below the radiator looking bit. Clear any obvious blockage around the outlet. Alternatively, find the drain outlet and blow back up it gently. This can be done with compressed air or similar. Take a photo of the indoor / incar unit and post it here if you are still stuck.

Dec 22, 2012 | Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner

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We undertake annual maintenance contract for Sanyo VRF air conditioner at standard charter bank nepal ltd., we have found the AC dose not function as well now. The fault shows as E4 on remote control. Now...


E04Indoor seeing error from outdoor. Qty of i/d units connected are less than qtyset. Check; all i/d units are ON,
reset turn off all units wait 5min power up

Helpful?

Jan 28, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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How to stop leak from Dometic "Brisk air" RV AC into the living area?


  • Start with the condensate drain. Your air conditioner collects condensate water from the evaporator (moisture that was in the air condenses and turns into water on the coil) where it then drains into a pan and then outside of the unit. Look for a drain and clear the blockage. If you have a wet/dry shop vac, you can vacuum out the drain area.
  • Make sure your air filter and your evaporator coil are clean. Clean as necessary.
  • Inspect seals and repair as necessary.
These are the first things you want to do and will, in most all cases, correct the problem you are experiencing. :-)

May 07, 2010 | Dometic Rooftop RV Air Conditioner

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How do I get to the overflow tray to drain it? Where is it located?


The overflow tray should be on the indoor air handler, just below the connection of the white PVC drain line. It will require a 5/16 or so nut driver to remove the panel to get to the pan. It may be clogged in the pan where the drain connects or any part of the drain that is attached to it. Do you have any compressed air?

Nov 23, 2009 | Goodman CLJ30AR32 Air Conditioner

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TCL model tac 24chs/k air conditioner is leaking from the


You will want to remove the panel in front of the air handler, usually a few 5/16 screws.
Once open then with a flashlight look down inside where the water collects in the condensate drain pan.
Verify that the pan is not full of water or algae build up.
If it is, then attach a wet vac to your drain outside and while it is pulling on the drain line spray some water inside till it is fully clean.
If it is not full of water then check the pvc pipes that are attached to the drain pan, they may have came loose and may need to be teflon taped and reconnected to the pan. Also verify there are no cracks in the pan.
Lastly inspect the bottom of the evaporator coil (Not the top) pull out the filter and make sure the coil is clean or water could drip down past the pan into your dwelling. Make sure as well that the insulation on your panel that covers the unit is intact and not worn away.

Good Luck!

Nov 14, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Do i have to drain out the water is this not a self evaporating unit ?


You have to connect the drain hose to any outdoor location . If it is a plate type condensor it is self evaporating. Or if the drain pan is on top of the compressor then you have to drain it out now and then.

Aug 15, 2009 | Amana Portable Air Conditioner

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Water Leaking


Dear Customer,
The likely reasons for a leaking AC are...
1) Improperly installed.
A window air conditioner must be slightly lower at the rear than the front. This allows the water being removed from the room to drain to the back of the machine. A difference of one inch is sufficient. This is always the first thing to check. Many are improperly installed in the haste to get relief from the heat. If installed too low at front the water will flow into the room rather than outside. If installed too low at rear, water can roll out front edges before has chance to exit towards rear drain.


  1. Icing up.
    Water being de-humidified can turn to ice if there are problems with the cooling system. There are many reasons for an air conditioner to produce ice. Remove front grille while machine is operating. If ice is present on the cooling coil you will probably need service. For more information see our other article: Why window Air Conditioners Ice up.


  1. Air leakage around air conditioner.
    If warm air is able to enter around the air conditioner it will encounter cooler, dryer air. When they meet condensation will occur. If water leaking from front of air conditioner inspect to see if dripping from body of machine, or water droplets clinging to front area. To test, operate machine for 30 minutes and then use flashlight to check under front edge of base. Small water droplets here indicate an air leakage problem. Add foam insulation to stop warm air from infiltrating.


  1. Drain hole blocked.
    Rear of air conditioner base has a drain hole or groove to allow water to escape. If becomes blocked water can back up. To test, operate machine for 30 minutes and then inspect if draining properly. If appears blocked use a small piece of wood to open drain hole at rear of metal base. CAUTION: Never be tempted to drill holes into the air conditioner body to relieve water pooling. Severe damage can result.


  1. Internal drains blocked.
    There are small passageways that allow water to drain from front of air conditioner to the rear. If they become blocked water will pool at front of machine and overflow onto floor. If this happens the air conditioner will require removal from window and servicing.


  1. Outside temperature too cold.
    This occurs at end of cooling season. If outside temperatures drops below 60 degrees Fahrenheit at night the cooling coil may ice up. If no leakage at bedtime but water in front of machine in morning, suspect this problem. If this problem suspected turn off machine before bedtime and restart as day warms. Alternately, operate machine at night with selector switch in ‘fan only’ position. This will circulate room air during night but not allow cooling.
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Jul 10, 2008 | Samsung AW0505M Air Conditioner

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