Question about Haier (HPE09XC6) Air Conditioner
I just had this problem. I removed the back and it seemed the drainage area was clogged from mold. I cleaned out the mold from one are (in the middle of the unit) and immediately the water started flowing through the draining tube. Getting the back off and on again was pretty easy. There were a bunch of screws but they all seemed to be of the same size. While the leakage problem was happening I wasn't even getting the triangle warning light. I guess the water was blocked high up in the unit and the "empty water" sensor is down toward the bottom.
Posted on Aug 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure the unit is level, this is very important. Check for blocked drain tube, which runs from the bottom of the drain pan under the cold coil to the outside. Clear tube with a piece of coathanger wire, be gentle.
Posted on Jul 15, 2007
You may jst have a stopped up draon or drain pan. If you can get to thesmall whole that it drain out of. **** it out with a shop vac. If you have one. Russ
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Is it a split system? I had the same problem with my split system and and it was because the condenser line was mounted wrong. The line was mounted so the water had to go uphill and it was causing the condensation to leak through the front of the unit.
Posted on Aug 14, 2007
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In each of these cases I would check for proper connection of the return air vent to the A/C from below. Static pressure from insufficient return air could cause negative pressure to hold back on condensate drainage. when the unit is shut off the pressure becomes equal allowing water to drain. Also check air filter and clean if found necessary.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
You should have access to the condensate drain from the outside. You can use compressed air to unclog the unit. If you can, try accessing the drain from the source outward but be careful, you can blow debris everywhere. Make sure you have something to catch it so it doesn't spray everywhere. If you don't have access to compressed air, you can use a small plumbing snake to work you way up the pipe. Hope this answers your question.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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