Question about Heating & Cooling
Hi, you cannot take out the second filter because you are not a tech in that field.
Many times when a wall or window a/c unit is installed the installer levels the unit.It should actually be lower on the outside end than the wall end. This keeps the condensate water from collecting in the pan waiting to evaporate.. There should be drain Hole or knock out at the condensor end of the pan. The condensor is the radiator looking thing outside. If nno hole can be found , one can be made but with extreme caution. A drill will puncture the condenser if it even bumps it..It is better and safer to remove the unit or at lest slide it forward out of the cabinet before drilling. That's the cabinet, now the pan needs a hole . making really no difference where as long as its away from anything the drill would damage. Once the water drains its a mater of keeping the filter clean. Household dirt and such really stinks when damp and the evaporator the filter covers is always damp.. Good luck and Make sure it drains into an area water won't cause damage.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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