Question about Amana Haier AP095R Air Conditioner
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Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
all air conditioners condense water .. the water is normally drained to the outside thru a hole near the outside bottom of the unit .. the unit has to be mounted so that it doesnt tilt inward .. the drain hole has to be cleaned once in a while ... if its clogged or if the unit is tilted inward then the water will drain inside the house .. less likely but possible is a cracked or damaged drip pan inside the unit ... thats a shallow pan under the condenser (cold) coil that captures the water and directs it toward the outside drain .. so check the tilt and clean the drain
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
not sure if it is a split or window unit if ti is a split unit it may be that the unit needs servicing and that the main drain pan has backed up depends on where it is leaking it can be the the secondary drain pan at the back of the unit that has two small ports that gets plugged up at times
Posted on May 03, 2010
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