Question about Mitsubishi Heating & Cooling
After about one hour of operation in "cool" mode, water starts to drip from the indoor unit. I think that the drain hose is obstructed. How can I check it out? Piping is installed on the left side and is not embedded into a wall.
The problem is caused by fine particulants such as dust, pet dander, etc. which mix with the collected condinsation water and forms a grey gel eventually clogging up the drainage pipe. The solution is to attach a wet vaccuum hose to the discharge end of the drainage pipe and vaccuum out the gel. It is advisable to flush the system by adding water to the a/c's drain pan while the vaccuum is still running.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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