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SANYO SPLIT TYPE AIR CONDITIONER LEAKING

A system of 3 units of SANYO air conditioning units - one of the units always leaks water when it is starting after a long period of non usage. Then when used during a few months period, this unit leaks water sporadically - none of the other units do that. What can be the problem and how can it be fixed it in order to prevent the leakage ? tk u

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The leakage is probably from condensation and there should be some sort of drain for it. You should check to see if it is clogged or partially clogged. Also since you say it does it when it hasn't operated for a while you may want to check out where the lines pass through the wall and make sure that it is sealed up there so you don't get leakage from out side.

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I have only ever had my AC leak once and so I decided to have it checked. You may want to call up an air conditioning repair service to repair it for you. A leak can lead to mold and possible other damage so it is best to get it fixed as soon as possible. Air Conditioning in Chetek WI Stellar Heating Solutions

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I just had a repair man open my Sanyo ductless AC (split unit), and pour water over the top of the unit. I thought this would make a bigger mess, but to my surprise, the water drained through the unit. He poured two bottles of water on it, put the unit back together, and the leak was gone!! Apparently dirt/dust on the cooling coils can cause condensation to flow around the drain pan, through the unit and on to the floor.

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