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Condensed water from the evaporator coil is not draining.

Make sure the unit is not tilted towards any side, specially left. If OK, pull up the front grill remove the plastic cover on the right bottom corner, (usually one screw) to get access to a plastic hose, make sure it is not bend too sharply that prevents flow of water, on the drain hole, use a piece of wire to unclogg it OR from the other end of the hose, outside the house, blow some air into it, to unclogg it.

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A cause of this is a dirty filter or evaporator. Make sure both are always clean.

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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