Question about Heating & Cooling
The unit probably needs taken out of the window and given a good cleaning. Slime and lint build up in the evaporator pan and on the evaporator surface itself and causes water to overflow the pan. Be very careful to cover electrical parts, controls, motor, etc while cleaning. Use a good strong household spray cleaner to wash condenser and evaporator and rinse out with a hose spray. Careful not too much pressure. Let dry good and replace.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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