Question about Amana AP095R Portable Air Conditioner
First, the box says that such air conditioners should not be transported on their side. This messes up the refrigerant in the unit.
Second, the fluid that came out was water, and could have gotten into the electronics.
Remove the water from the unit's reservoir, and let it dry out, and try to start it another day upright.
Otherwise, the 9000 BTU unit, may need service from the manufacturer.
Good luck on this.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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