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The coil has to much condensation, the coil is clean and the drain its okay, also the fan is working okay, I dont know what is the problem

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Make sure drain has a trap so it wont **** outside air into unit and cause a vaccume in evap. compartment which will cause the water not to run out correctly.

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SOURCE: to much condensation in the coil, this is a chill water system

thermostat set too low or it's just too much humid in the air

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My panasonic AC purchased 3 months back is smelling like a dead rat, every thing iss cleaned but still the ame condition


remove cover and filter and using a sprayer bottle with a water and mild soap mix spray the coils dont wipe them you will damage unit plus probably get injured spray really well let sit for a few minutes than turn on fan and start spraying again the fan will draw the solution throught the coil and the solution will also clean down condensation pan and then drain out back --other problem would be a bird or critter took up living by the condenser and you will need to remove the frame cover to access that area

Sep 24, 2016 | AC Cars & Trucks

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Cleaning Air Conditioner Condenser Coil with Pictures


The most important Air Conditioning maintenance that needs to be done every year is the cleaning of the condenser coil. Doing the job of cleaning the A/C coil is the best way to make sure that your air conditioning system is working efficiently and giving you the best performance possible.


The tools needed to do the air conditioner condenser coil cleaning will be:


Garden hose with nozzle
Garden pump sprayer
Condenser coil cleaner (can be purchased at HVAC Supply houses, or many hardware type stores)
Hand tools needed to remove condenser fan


To do the job correctly you will need to first turn off the power to the unit and remove the condenser fan.


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Once the condenser fan is removed then, you should wet down the condenser fins with a garden hose. Use nozzle that will give you a high volume spray but not with high pressure. Too much pressure will bend the fragile fins and cause them to shut off the ability of the air to flow through them, this is want you want to avoid. You want it to be as easy as possible for the air to get through the fins, for the best possible heat exchange.


After wetting the fins, you then will need to spray the fins inside and out with a foaming coil cleaner. Make sure to wear eye protection and hand protection. If you have sensitive skin, you may also want to wear long sleeves to protect exposed skin. I buy it in a concentrated formula then dilute it with water to the proper working formula. You may need to go over the fins a couple of times with the coil cleaner to get it worked into the fins. Allow the coil cleaner time to work the dirt loose and boil it out of the fins.



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After about fifteen minutes start to rinse the coils with fresh water. This will take a long time and lots of water to fully rinse the coil cleaner from the fins. It also is very important that you get everything rinsed fully. Failure to do this will result in excessive dirt accumulation and also can cause corrosion. Make sure that the water is running clear and that all bubbles are gone before stopping your rinse.


Then reassemble the condenser fan, turn on the power, and check the operation of the unit. It is okay to run the unit immediately after washing it. The water will not hurt the unit.



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You now will have an Air Conditioning unit that will give you the best possible performance!




on May 15, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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My frigidaire air conditioner is making my apartment feel damp and when i took my filter out to clean it that part was damp too! What do I do to fix this?


You may have a clogged drain or the unit is installed without enough angle pitch for the water to drain to the back of the unit toward the outdoor section of the unit. I'm assuming it's a window air conditioner? The moisture condenses on the cooling coil near the filter and should drip down into a condensate drain pan, then the water should drain to the back of the unit into a pan at the condenser coil fan that is rejecting the heat outside. The fan blade usually has a ring on the outdoor fan that pick up the condensate moisture the fling accumulated water onto the hot condenser coil to evaporate it. Also the filter should not be touching the cooling coil. Make sure it in the correct slot. Some a/c cooling coil require a wetting agent that allow the water to slide down the coil and not pull off of the coil into the indoor circulating fan.

Sep 11, 2015 | Frigidaire Heating & Cooling

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Hotpoint CTX21 ELA


Check and lobe the fans! The evaporation coil fan could be stuck, worn out or blocked. That fan is the cold air circulator and if it doesn't work, nothing will get cold! Also check the condenser fan usually located next to the compressor to blow room temp air across the condensing coil and across the defrost drain water pan. It's the hardest working fan and really takes the worst beating with dust, pet hair and heat.

Aug 21, 2014 | GE Refrigerators

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Airconditioner blowing not cold


Yes. its the run capacitor that is bad. as far as the filter, evaporator and condenser coil is clean and compressor is okay as you said. get the exact type and model of the capacitor and replace... let me know... all the best.

Jan 30, 2014 | Panasonic Heating & Cooling

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Overflowing


These units must be removed and chemically cleaned annually or the channels along the units bottom that allow the condensation to migrate to the outdoor coil and be slung onto the coil via fan blade thus evaporated,sub cooing the refrigerant as it does so, cannot work, if the units not level or if the evaporater coils dirty the condensation cannot drain either..

Oct 09, 2013 | Danby Heating & Cooling

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Air conditioner not draining


Hello, some window units do not use a drain tube instead they use the condenser fan blade to scoop the condensate from the bottum of the base pan and splash the condenser coil to keep the condenser cool and also evaporate the condensate. Most of the time you can hear a "swishing sound" If the unit has a drain but is not draining then there could be a blockage that needs to cleaned.

Jun 19, 2012 | Sharp AF-S80FX Air Conditioner

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Doesnt get cold??


Okay,
Defective compressor, refrigerant low from a leak in the system, dirty condenser coils, condenser fan not working, bad compressor relay or capacitor, main thermostat control not working, thermostat needs to be set at proper setting, frozen evaporator coils do to faulty defrost timer, defrost heater coil broken, or the defrost determination thermostat has stayed in the open position, which would result in no defrost and the ice blockage would stop air the circulation, defective evaporator fan, defective door switch which controls the evaporator fan when one opens and closes the freezer door. Freezer drain clogged which would possibly cause the fan to be stuck because of ice built up around it.

Oct 13, 2009 | LG LFX25971ST Bottom Freezer French Door...

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There is no way for the condensation to drain out of the tray?


The a/c unit does have a drain hole between the evaporator coil and condensor coil...it's small but probably clogged and needs to be cleaned really good for the tray to empty.It should be located at the metal divider wall at the bottom of the unit (inside).

Aug 17, 2009 | Maytag M6Q10F2A Air Conditioner

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