Question about Whirlpool Air Conditioners
Check to see if the drain is blocked by particles/debris of any type. Also make sure that the unit is level--as level as possible. I have my Whirlpool Portable AC in 4 inch bed risers so I can drain it really easily. I slip under a small low rise pan and drain it every two days or so when it is running. Mine leaked when I tried to incline it backwards to make it drain faster. As soon as I leveled the unit the leak stopped and water again came out the hose. These units must be kept level to prevent leaks so now I always do that.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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sounds like it has a very small leak. Unless it can be detected Its
probably not worth it,
unless you have a ser man to add ea. year.
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Leo Ponder Appliance-Tyler,Texas
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