Question about Samsung AW0891M Air Conditioner
When I run this AC for a long period of time, water accumulates in the bottom and then ice builds up on the cooling coils. Shouldn't this water be dripping out. I see no where underneath where it would drip out and no plug to remove. Should I just drill a hole in the bottom so that the water can drip out?
There is already a hole just remove the ac unit from the window,and it`s shell,take it outside and use a water hose to clean it out,and remove anything on the inside that may stop up the drain hole.This needs to be done every year before spring or summer.If this was at all helpful,please rate,thank you.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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