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Are aluminium plates clear of soggy fluff look at back see if you can see any fuff were tank connects if no look its blockage inside try cleaning filter duct

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I'm not sure if this unit has a condensate pump. If it's located below grade and drains to the outside it likely should have one. The condensate pump may be bad or the pressure switch that activates the pump is bad. The pressure switch measures the amount of water in the condensate collection tank. It serves the same purpose as the float in a toilet. Also, check the condensate hose at the inlet of the pump. It could be a bad pump, a leak in the the collection tank, or a clogged hose.

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Hi, A condensate loop in a refrigerator is any device that produce heat in certain areas, most commom is around refrigerator door, which are mullion heaters that produce mild heat, to prevent ice build up around doors, prevent door gasket from getting stuck, another type of condensate loop are found under or back of most refrigerator, hot gas line from compressor, sometimes are loop under ref. or other location of ref. before it is connect to ref. condenser, most ref. condensate loop are used to evaporate water collected from evaporator. to prevent clouding of glass on doors, etc, and it could be electrical, or mechanical, base on applications.

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Condensate pan is gunked up and no where for condensate to collect. Clean the pan on top of the compressor and make sure there is no gunk or dirt collected there.

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can you feel the coils? if they aren't cold, then there might be a problem with the coolant circulating. if the coils are cold, then you should have condensation on them.

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