Question about Sharp CV-P09FX Air Conditioner
That is not the problem. These units are supposed to blow the condensate out the exhaust hose. Mine worked that way for a couple of years, when it was just as humid as it is now, but now it won't run a full day without filling. It is broken. I did a "make-do" solution, by hooking a hose permanently to the drain **** (garden hose and a clamp) and raising the unit on a strong platform so the hose can drain by gravity out the window, next to the exhaust duct.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
The amount of condensate it is producing is dependant on how humid the air is it is cooling. The more humid it is the more condensate you have.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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