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Mitsubishi Mr Slim: Hi, I read your response to a question from someone who had a Mr Slim that was leaking inside their house. I have the same problem. In your response you said to locate the drainage pipe and blow into it to clear it. Could you elaborate? I have three Mr Slim units in my house but only one is leaking. The outside condenser has six hoses or pipes leading into it, I assume three are air and three are for drainage. Is there any way of figuring out which is which? and once I figure out which is the correct pipe, how do I detach it from my condenser unit in order to blow into it? I'd appreciate any help you can provide. Thanks!

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  • Brian Niten Jul 17, 2010

    Hi, I didn't give the response you're talking about, but the line he was probably talking about will be pvc or some type of clear tubing. You do not want to remove any copper lines from your condenser unit as this will let you refrigerant charge out. I don't have a lot of experience with the ductless units so I not sure were the line is the other tech was talking about.

  • Xerxes725 Jul 17, 2010

    Yeah, it was 1kbron who posted the response I was referring to. I tried contacting him with my question but I'm new to this website and instead of sending my question directly to him, I guess it got posted to a general forum on AC units.

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There should be a clear or white pipe comming out of the back of the wall hung unit.

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