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Leaking water on the front left hand side when running. I have a GoldStar GWHD5000 window unit.

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Need to have the unit tilted back just a little so the water can drain properly.

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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My goldstar window air conditioner keeps spitting water out of the vents and making a loud noise, what is it? Please.


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Could be the drain hole is clogged up outside.
Its usually located on the bottom r h side.Needs to be unclogged.Use a thin piece of wire or compressed air or even a good blast of water to fix it.

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What maintance do goldstar conditions need? My cooler is not working as well and I cleaned the front filter. I'm not sure what window conditioner I have.


these units need to be cleaned every few years. so take it outside, get your garden hose; and clean the coils on both sides. front an back coils need to be clean. a coil cleaner should be used but good water presure should do fine. try not to get switches to wet. or cover them first. spray coils clean. let dry in the sun. tilt unit to get most water out then blow dry with a fan or just wait till its dry it will work like new after your done.good luck

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THE AIR CONDITIONER LEAKS WATER FROM THE FRONT OF THE UNIT.


Look for the drain line coming out of the unit typically in the bottom. Clear out this drain line with a vacuum or water hose. It should begin to drain and stop leaking.

If the leaking continues, you may have a cracked drain pan or severe drain blockage.

Jul 31, 2010 | LG Goldstar GWHD5000 wall/window Air...

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Do you have to add water to the air conditioner?


NO

if its an air conditioner not humidifier etc, then no!

it will create condensation which can mislead people into thinking it has a leak, this is normal. it is only moisture taken from the air we are cooling

cheers

Jul 05, 2010 | LG Goldstar GWHD5000 wall/window Air...

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GoldStar model GWHD5000


Make sure that the unit is properly mounted in the opening (I take it it's in a window) and that it is level or at least not tipping inward as in the outside being higher than the inside. If unsure about how to mount it properly, consult your owners manual. Your installation should be reasonably close to the illustrations.

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Goldstar 10000 blows water out front


Two possible problems.
1. High humidity in the space being cooled
2. Drain line that runs from the front (where the water is blowing out) to the back where it is sent to evaporate. Clean out the drain line and condensate pan under the fins where the water is blowing out.

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I recommend that if you have animal and you want to have the unit on all day that is fine if you have an ac unit with a thermostat and it is big enough to handle.  The unit that is in the window is ok if your home but it could cost alot if there is no thermostat because it will run and run and run.  Then if it don't cool the house enough means its not the right size.  The unit / compressor could overload and kick on and off and might not work when you get home and the house will be like a firecracker.   Best bet would be to replace it with a unit for the size needed for the apartment.  It would be effecient. if we can help further just let us know.

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LG Goldstar GWHD5000


YES. make sure the air grills on the sides of the unit can breath and not covered if the grills are covered u will have problems with the unit.

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Not getting cold anymore


Unit has probably lost its charge of refrigerant.

Check for warranty, or buy another one.

Usually they are not worth repairing, sorry

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