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Firstly, water was coming out the front of the holding tray. It was tilted at a proper angle and should have run the excess out the back. We investigated to try and find out why and to correct some of the wood rot that was happening. After we tried to start the machine and 88 code and all lights come on then it bounces to E2 message and the only way we can turn off that is to unplug. We have tried leaving the machine unplugged in order to get a reprogram set but to no avail. I sent an email to Haier 5 days ago with no response from them.

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  • Patricia Reid Jul 28, 2010

    I have tried what was recommended previously and didn't work and the water problem and E2 not addressed

  • Patricia Reid Jul 28, 2010

    I have given in depth descriptions and going to the commercial air conditioning manual does not solve the problem. I want to know why we were having liquid running out of the front of the tray. The machine is at 1/4 inch back tilt as required. When we turned machine back on after trying to determine what the problem is we got an 88 with all lights on then an E2 message. Manual is useless as does not tell us what the problem is. No email response form Haier and this is day 5. What is wrong with the machine????

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The water is coming out because the evacuation hole - or the pipe , or the pump attached to it is blocked by dirt. You must access all and clean them thoroughly. Ideally you should take the pump , pipe and tray out to clean them.
The E2 error is just about that - the evacuation pump isn't working.

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    frank thomas wilson Jul 28, 2010

    If you can remove the unit from the outer housing and clean out the drain hole. It will be clogged up with debrie inside of it causing the run off inside your home. You can also fish a wire through the drain hole first to see if it will drain out too

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Hello,

I will advice you try turning it off holding buttons each individually in for 3 secs then in an hour plug back in. leave the unit for an before you plug back, see if this will solve the problem.

Take care.

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

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