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My air conditioner has been running for 3 days straight and Im noticing that a white mist is blowing from the vents..I have an in the wall air conditioner in an apartment.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your Indoor Coil is Froze Up, you need to shut the unit off and let it thaw out. After it thaws out for several hours, then turn the blower on at the thermostat, you’ll see a switch that says fan on/ auto
Move the switch to on and see if the blower runs if it does let it run another hour or so. Then shut it off and check your filter and indoor coil to see if they are dirty, if they are they need to be cleaned, if not then you are probably low on refrigerant. If the blower doesn’t run when you turn the switch to on then you need to check the blower out,
If your not familiar with any of this then you need to call a service tech.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Hi,I have had problems with my Blueway A/C it was very cheap but NASTY,anyway I might be able to help, I made a website with my manual that includes the error codes that I could not find on the net anywhere ,I have also sourced a company in sydney who has spares and have the contact details listed and started a forum that we can help each other out with
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: apartment central air vent
It will usually be one of three things:
1. The vents are closed. Check that you can see up into the ducting. Usually there is a lever that opens and closes louvers behind the vent plate. If this is the case, you can open the louvers with the levers on the side of the vent plates to get your air. On older vents, the levers don't work very well, and may need replacement if this is the case. Not that you should, but I have opened the louvers with a screwdriver....It works....
2. A separated duct. Assuming that your ducts are overhead, the separation would be in the attic space.
3. An obstruction in the ducting. There may be a flapper that restricts air in one part of the ducting, forcing it more to the uther ducts. Sometimes these close off on their own accord and need to be reset for proper operation. An object in the ducting will cause the same problem.
I'd discuss this with your building maintenance team. The only item on this list that I'd take a crack at, if I were renting the apartment, is number 1. Even then, be very careful working on ladders. If you can see up into the vent, then there really isn't much else expected of you.
Hope this helps you. Regards, --W/D--
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
SOURCE: Blowing water out the vents.
There is a water pipe from AC to outside,
if a lot of gel inside the pipe, it can make water flow become jam.
Clean it by blow the pipe with a compressor from outside.
Sometimes I did it with my mouth. LOL......
But its worked finally.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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