Question about Kenmore 75180 Wall/Window Air Conditioner
The unit has a proper tilt. When it runs for an extended period of time, the condensation build up and dips from the front of the unit. It actually pours.
It is a Kenmore model #75801700
I think I advised you on this earlier or something similar. You need to make sure the drain channels are clear so the water evacuates to the rear of the AC unit. The condensation is a natural result of the cooling process and can not be stopped. If there is too much condensation it is due to lack of air flow through the coils normally caused by a clogged filter or it has been run without the filter allowing pet hair and dust to clog the cooling grates. You can clean these grates with a dog/Cat flea brush that has 100's of little wires in the head. Use the brush in an up and down motion to collect and clear these grates of debris. That will increase air flow and reduce condensation.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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