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Drain line obstructed Fujitsu split unit aircon model ASA12ASHTW

Drain line obstructed for Fujitsu split unit aircon model ASA12ASHTW. Need directions to clear/clean obstruction.Have removed front and bottom panel. Have temporarily drained water by removing off-side drain plug.

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The best way to clear the drain line is by using a shop vac and sucking out the blockage and the water. This will make sure all the goop in there comes out. Let me know if you need anything else.
seth

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

  • Tess Passey Nov 16, 2011

    Can you help direct me to what the drain line looks like and how to disconnect it to try to blow it out? I also have a Fujitsu split - AST12 series. I even have the operating manual (it's easily found online) but I can find any reference to the drain line and how to blow it out. Thank you for any help you can give!!

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