Question about Fedders AEY12F7F Wall/Window Air Conditioner
The drain holes are in the back corners of the pan...and they will plug with dirt...to get to them you will need to slide the unit out of the chassis if it is that type or pull the whole unit out so you can take the cover off and open the holes...
Then you will be back in business again..
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Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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