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Not much luck getting a schematic unless you contact travel supreme direct, and that may be useless as well. Metal or vinyl underbelly on that unit ? You may have to add water to each first to see which is causing the leak under, then pull down slightly and look with flashlight to see exactly where it starts from.
Whatever you do, do not take the watre hose to it. If you do, more than likely you'll be on here again, like many before you, wanting to know why it trips a circuit breaker when you turn it ON. If you really want to take the effort to really clean the interior, remove the chassis from the outer cabinet shell. Be careful if you do, as there can be sharp metal inside that could cut you. But, at least you will have access to clean everything without using a water hose.
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The clear hose attaches to the drain hole for draining the bucket into a quart sized, low sided container. Or into a floor drain, if you have one available. Th clip of the end is for shutting the hose off temporarily when draining it.
make sure the water hose is running down hill and can flow easly is there some water coming out of the hose and the rest from the unit . you will have to take it apart and check the hose clamp it tight.
check to ensure that the drain hose is not touching the side if the water storage bin. if still no luck then watch unit when running to assess the leak point............maybe a hairline crack in water container
You should have access to the condensate drain from the outside. You can use compressed air to unclog the unit. If you can, try accessing the drain from the source outward but be careful, you can blow debris everywhere. Make sure you have something to catch it so it doesn't spray everywhere. If you don't have access to compressed air, you can use a small plumbing snake to work you way up the pipe. Hope this answers your question.
Is there a condensate trap in the line before the discharge?
Also is the orifice or near it cracked?
With all the movement and expansion and contraction due to the temperature changes in the seasons and conditions, there might be a crack somewhere else.
Be ready with a Wax Ring for a toilet ( a new one ).
They usually seal it up fairly well.
Works for me until I can get a new pan.
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.