Question about Sharp AF-S120FX Air Conditioner
Many newer units are made to retain the water and splash it onto the condenser coil... Clorox in the water will kill the mold and not hurt anything... You can carefully drill a hole if you want..
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Posted on Aug 19, 2010
I don't believe spaying Clorox I don't think it is going to resolve it. I tried that and after a few days the smell was back. So I disassembled the air conditioner . The fan blade that draws the air in from the house is incased in styrofoam. And was full of black mold. You will have to take it apart a clean it. I will try to attach a picture. Please note that I have removed the top half of the fan enclosure.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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