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I don't know where to put the water. Its been draining water but I don't know how to refill it.

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It makes water on it's own , thats the condensation from the Air conditioning process itself.

Better not to use the small water condensation drawer, rather use a bucket with the drain hose supplyed with the system. it holds alot more water and you shouldn't ever get the P-1 error code because of having the drawer full of water or the drawer switch missaligned.

If you do use the water drawer be careful and gentle when putting it back in after emptying it. It has a switch in it that makes contacts for the AC unit to work in AC mode and not just fan Mode.

The fan will always turn on unless it goes out, but the AC when it is on will sound diffrent when working it should sound a bit like a air compresser at the gas station because that is basicly what it is.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009


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