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Carrier evaporative air con

I have a carrier evaporative 5 vent fitted 1999 model 29cb4500 to 29cb9500 !.I dont know which one,anyway everything is working fine except I could hear water running down the over flow when the air con isnt on.When I checked the ball ****/float wouldnt shut the water off unless I lifted it.I assume a tap washer inside has perished.How do I get at it and could I change it for a ceramic seal as they should last longer !.

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Hi, Its been a long time since I have worked on one but maybe the chilled water is having problems and not circulating good. Could be airlocked somewhere if its been down for a while. Hope I have helped. kstfas

Posted on Sep 13, 2007

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The splashing you hear is a liquid thats in the balance ring. This is located at the front edge of the inner tub that you spun by hand. It helps balance the loads. This is normal. The smell is a problem inherent to front loaders. About once a month run hot water wash with a cup of bleach in it, no clothes. Best bet is to leave door open to allow air to dry interior. I removed bulb in mine.

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Set thr thermostat to AC instead of HEAT.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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Try to reset the unit by disconnecting the power supply for 10sec. and operate the unit. If wont work then there are some safety device that work or defective. Try counting the blink of your green light so that I can convert the error code.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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