Question about Haier HEATER CPN10XH9 Air Conditioner
While cooling, water is supposed to drip off the evaporator coil and flow out the unit. That's a feature of air conditioning. You get a little bit of control of where the water drips to by installing tubing to conduct the water wherever you like, unless the outlet port is plugged up. Poke a toothpick up it and see if that unclogs it.
Posted on May 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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