Question about Samsung AW1203B Air Conditioner
Possible thatt due to non cleaning of the filter the cooling coil fins have got choked with dirt. The condensation of water on the coils will make it flow out of the area instead of dripping down to be drained out through the chassis out let..
So open the front grill, remove filter and use agood air /water jet to clean well so that there is air gap in the fins.
This must clear the issue as water will drop down to the back side to the chassis to be drained without any spill.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: leaking water
water leakage from indoor unit
1.clean cooling coil
2. wash air filter
3. check drain tray.if it block then clean it
4. check drain pipe U band.
5.check indoor unit water tray.if damage change by new one or repair it
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
I would worry about coolant .. your problem is that the drain in on the outside is pluged or the AC is not installed correctly and is not draining to the outside as it should...
hope it helps
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Posted on Apr 09, 2008
unit need to be tilted to the rear as it is installed in the window for proper drainage of condensation water off of the interior coil
the fan on the rear will pick up the water and remove it
tilt it back a little
Posted on May 27, 2008
SOURCE: window unit air conditioner
Sounds like a full cleanning job or the drain line is plugging up. First , check for A 10* lean toward the back of the unit for proper drainnage, 2- check for good air flow thru the front coils--(dirty filter --dirty coil and last ,add some clorox bleach all across the front coil while off>)
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
do not close your vents on the a/c unit because this makes the compressor have higher head pressures in the long run will cause the compressor to fail it will last longer if you set the thermostat to lower setting rather than closing off the vents. You need to clean out your condensate drain I use a small wire brush and water hose clean them out.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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