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Condensate Drain Weather King 12AJA6001AH Air Conditioner. There is no water (condensation) running from the unit during operation. The drain pipe has been cleaned and there is no obstruction. The unit has been serviced last year and runs well. Please let me know what to do before calling the AC technician. Thank you for your help. Jack

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Please contact the service authority because this is beyond your limit. to solve your problem, the back panel has to remove and only the service engineer knows the skill.......................sorry friend!

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I have a small 5000 btu window unit air conditioner made by arctic king does not have a hole for the excess water to drain.


I've repaired a lot of window units because someone has drilled a hole in the pan, to drain water, and hit the coil. Please do not drill any holes in anything! These units utilize condensate water to help reject the heat in the outdoor coil. If water is reaching the outdoor fan, it either does not have the proper "lean" or slope, or it's designed to allow water to reach the fan, and not much you can do. If it is designed to allow water to cool the outdoor coil, and you were to drain that water so that no condensate water cools the outdoor coil, this will allow the unit to operate with an excessive outdoor coil temp, and shorten the life of the compressor, or cause the unit to operate poorly/warm supply air temp. Try to give it just a little more "lean". Hope this helps!

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This is probably the condensate water from the unit or rain water is getting in. If it is condensate then something is clogged preventing the water from draining outside. (the unit should be tilted a bit to help water drain to outside.) If it is not condensate then the weather barrier around the unit has failed and rain is getting in. You need to fix this promptly before the water damages interior items.

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Were do i get the manuel for model number ph3 12r03 is the model number were or how do I drain the water and can you send me a manual


Here is the link to the manual:

http://s3.amazonaws.com/szmanuals/b0348062b23e23cd40550b61e1dc5f43


Here are those particular instructions:


Compressor Indicator


The " " icon will light up on the control panel display when the compressor turns on. The " " icon will turn off when the compressor shuts off.

Emergency Condensate Holding Tank


When the room temperature is low and the indoor humidity is high, the air conditioner may not be able to evaporate some of the moisture fast enough. When this happens, the water will accumulate in an emergency condensate tank inside the unit. Once the emergency condensate tank is full, the unit will automatically shut off and the " " will appear on the control panel display. To empty the condensate tank, unscrew the screw plug at the bottom back of the unit. You will need a small pan, approximately 1" high to catch the water coming out of the condensate tank. Once the condensate tank is drained, the unit will begin working within a few minutes. The emergency condensate tank holds approximate
ly 1.5 Liters of water.

Another option is to purchase a small hose from a hardware store that can fit around the 5/8" drain plug on the back of the unit and drain the unit into a gravity drain or larger pan for continuous drainage.

To resume operation quickly, empty the water container according to the following steps:

1. Turn the unit off. Do not move the unit when the water container is full.

2. Place the drain pan accessory under the drainage port at the back of the unit.

3. Remove the screw plug from the drain hole. The condensate water will drain out automatically. When the drain pan is full, screw the screw plug back onto the drainage hole to stop the water flow. Empty the drain pan. Repeat until all the water is emptied.

Once the water container has been emptied, screw the plug back onto the drain hole. Do not allow the
water to drip continuously into the drain pan, as it might easily overflow.

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Our A/C unit when running, the drain water isn now backing up and leaking over the side in our basement. we've never had this problem before.


Hello, this usually indicates a clogged condensate line or cracked condensate pan. Try using a wet/dry by attaching one end of it to the otlet of the comdensate line, the suction pressure should dislodge the clog. If the line appears clean the the pan is cracked and will require a technician to come out and fix it.

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How do I check the Freon level? Also the furnace has water pooling at the bottom and water running down the side panels, is this from condensation or a larger problem?


Hello, in order to check freon level you will need a set of gauges. The water at the bottum is aresult of a cracked or rusted condensate pan or a clogged condensate drain, try using a shop vac to clean any sludge in the condensate line.

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I have a AW06ECB Window Air Conditioner Unit that is not draining water. It is holding it in the bottom pan. I don't see a drain pipe or hole on the bottom of this unit for it to drain either. Any...


Hello, most window units will not have a drain to remove the condensate. Instead they use the fan blade to sling the condesnate on the condenser and since the condenser is warm/hot it will evaporate it. Also, when the humidity is elevated there will be more water at the bottum of the drain pan.

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You could have a clog in the condensate line or right in the outlet of the condensate drain pan on the cooling coil.Some times you can hook a wet vac up to the condensate drain and turn the vac on to **** out the blockage.You may have to cut the condensate line to do it but most of the time,it's pvc pipe and you can pick up a coupling and some glue at any plumbing supply or hardwear store.It could also be a cracked condensate pan or the pan might have shifted so it's not level and water is running over the edge rather than flowing down the drain line.Check for a blockage first.Once you put the drain line in the hose of the vac,just wrap a moist rag around the place where the vac and drain linc connect together to make a good seal.good luck,AG

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The inside part is the bit that gets cold, which is where the condensation forms (if using it to cool). there should be a drain. Unfortunately Weather King do not appear to support their products online except to dealers. If you can open the unit up enough to where you can see the space below the coils on the inside part (usually just behind where the air comes out, but not always), you should be able to see the drain - if you can then follow where it goes, then let us know what you have if you can't figure out how to unblock it. If you can post back a couple of photos of the unit and installation I might have a better idea of what to tell you to check. Unplug anything from the power before you start opening things up. If you need help finding your local dealer, please ask and I will look. Hope this helps :)

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