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I have a problem ,I need a motor and a pump to spray with moskitos mist away nozzles water on the hvac and i need a motor to work 5 to six hours continiusly.

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We have an in wall air conditioner. I am not sure of the model #, but recently it has started spraying a fine mist back into the room. I removed the front of the unit this morning and found that the foam...


You could have a pin hole in your refrigeration line. The mist is probably the refrigerant coming out. Check the coil very carefully to see signs af any breaks. You may also have a bad drainage and the water is accumilating inside the unit. The fan blades can throw the water against the filter. Look inside for standing water. Good luck!

Aug 04, 2011 | Fedders A3X05F2A Air Conditioner

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Cleaning Air Conditioner Condenser Coil with Pictures


The most important Air Conditioning maintenance that needs to be done every year is the cleaning of the condenser coil. Doing the job of cleaning the A/C coil is the best way to make sure that your air conditioning system is working efficiently and giving you the best performance possible.


The tools needed to do the air conditioner condenser coil cleaning will be:


Garden hose with nozzle
Garden pump sprayer
Condenser coil cleaner (can be purchased at HVAC Supply houses, or many hardware type stores)
Hand tools needed to remove condenser fan


To do the job correctly you will need to first turn off the power to the unit and remove the condenser fan.


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Once the condenser fan is removed then, you should wet down the condenser fins with a garden hose. Use nozzle that will give you a high volume spray but not with high pressure. Too much pressure will bend the fragile fins and cause them to shut off the ability of the air to flow through them, this is want you want to avoid. You want it to be as easy as possible for the air to get through the fins, for the best possible heat exchange.


After wetting the fins, you then will need to spray the fins inside and out with a foaming coil cleaner. Make sure to wear eye protection and hand protection. If you have sensitive skin, you may also want to wear long sleeves to protect exposed skin. I buy it in a concentrated formula then dilute it with water to the proper working formula. You may need to go over the fins a couple of times with the coil cleaner to get it worked into the fins. Allow the coil cleaner time to work the dirt loose and boil it out of the fins.



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After about fifteen minutes start to rinse the coils with fresh water. This will take a long time and lots of water to fully rinse the coil cleaner from the fins. It also is very important that you get everything rinsed fully. Failure to do this will result in excessive dirt accumulation and also can cause corrosion. Make sure that the water is running clear and that all bubbles are gone before stopping your rinse.


Then reassemble the condenser fan, turn on the power, and check the operation of the unit. It is okay to run the unit immediately after washing it. The water will not hurt the unit.



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You now will have an Air Conditioning unit that will give you the best possible performance!




on May 15, 2011 | Air Conditioners

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Calciom build up from misting condser. Got any ideas withouy damage done to condenser???? GREG


Gregg, make a solution of 50% White Distilled Vinegar & 50% Bottled Distilled Water (enough to fill the tank). Empty any remaining water from the tank, before filling it with the 50/50 solution.
Then, plug the unit in and turn it ON and allow it to run for about 3 minutes. Turn the unit OFF and allow it to sit overnight. The following morning empty the tank and refill it with Bottled Distilled Water. Turn the unit ON and after several minutes of operation, place you hand in front of the misting nozzle to see if you feel any mist. If you do, allow the unit to run until the tank is have empty. Doing this will flush the remainder of the solution from the unit. Empty the remaining Bottled Distilled Water from the tank. I would highly recommend using Bottled Distilled Water in the future, rather than Tap Water. As it's mineral and calcium free.

Hope this helped you and thanks for choosing FixYa.

Aug 01, 2011 | Air Conditioners

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I HAVE SHARP 12000 BTU WALL UNIT. IT STARTS FINE BUT SHUTS OFF AFTER RUNNING FOR COUPLE OF MINUTES.


Hi,
Many times this unit seems like it is running just fine, but in fact it has a problem...
Most have a freeze sensor that will shut down the unit if the evaporator coil gets too cold...
Now that problem can be caused by a couple of things...

A dirty filter or evaporator coil...
Low freon charge...in this case you have a leak somewhere in the refrigeration system...
Freeze sensor thermistor (probe) or circuit board are bad....
Fan motor not running full speed.....

These are the most common reasons why your A/C would run for a few minutes and then shut down...

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Jul 22, 2011 | Air Conditioners

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I have a Duracaraft Humidifier DWM-250 series. It was working perfectly fine for 2 days. Then it stopped producing mist. I have cleaned the heating element, not used it for almost 24 hours just in case...


It may have a scale and mineral build up, prior to using bottled water.

To clean it, empty the tank of any water that's already in it and fill it with a 50/50 solution of White Vinegar and Bottled Distilled Water. Allow the solution to sit in the tank for 30 minutes, before turning the humidifier ON. Once the unit is ON allow it to run for at least 30 minutes, then check to see it if it's misting, by holding your hand in front of the nozzle. If it is, allow it to run until the tank is 3/4's empty. Turn the unit OFF, unplug it and pour out the remaining solution. Then fill the tank with Bottled Distilled Water and run the unit for one hour. This will allow enough time, for the Distilled Water to flush the system. After that, fill it again with Bottled Distilled Water and use the humidifier as you normally do.

If it didn't start misting when you turned it ON. Allow the solution to set for 3 hours and then try it again.

Hopefully, this will solve your problem. It does 95% of the time. Please let me know if it worked for you. Thanks.

May 05, 2011 | Air Conditioners

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Apr 04, 2011 | Air Conditioners

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My fujitronic is leaking water. Any solution?


hi friend,

Instructions
  1. Step 1 Pull the air conditioner from the window on a mild, sunny spring day. The sun shine will help in rapidly drying out the air conditioner after you perform the next routine process.
  2. Step 2 Place the air unit on a firm surface. Preferably a concrete slab or a few old boards. Do not place the unit on grass or dirt.
  3. Step 3 Use the screwdriver and remove the outer metal housing of the air conditioner. There are generally 4 to 6 screws along the lower edge of the cover that holds it to the frame.
  4. Step 4 Observe the inside of the air unit. Note that there is a plastic drain tray on the bottom. This drain tray carries away the condensation water from the cooling coil and allows it to flow to the outdoors and drip to the ground. The drain tray is plugged from last seasons collection of dust and bacteria growth.
  5. Step 5 Use the cup measure and pour some house bleach into the plastic tray. Allow the bleach to "work" on the nasty solids that have collected there for about 5 to 10 minutes.
  6. Step 6 Connect the gardenmag-glass_10x10.gif hose to the outdoor spigot and attach the spray nozzle to the hose.
  7. Step 7 Spray in the interior of the air unit with the moderate pressure from the spray nozzle. Force the water into the plastic drain tray and remove all of the solid debris that is laying there. Spray the interior and exterior coils as well since you have the unit cover off. You will have to remove the interior filter as well. Clean the filter while it is exposed.
  8. Step 8 Place another cup of bleach into the plastic drain tray and allow the liquid cleaner to set for about 5 to 10 minutes than thoroughly rinse the unit with fresh water. The inside area should be thoroughly clean.
  9. Step 9 Allow the unit to completely dry in the sun. When dry, replace the exterior cover and place the unit back into the window. The unit will be cured of leaking for another cooling season.
Tips & Warnings
  • Weekly cleanings of the interior filter will help in alleviating bacteria build up in the drain tray. Living in an outdoor dusty environment may create the need to perform the bleach cleaning more than just once a year
thank u for using fixya

regards,
sivaranjini

Aug 11, 2009 | Fujitronic FA-1300 Air Conditioner

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There is black mold on the blades and inside where the air exits. The filters are clean. Can I remove blades and grid mesh to clean or how do I do this.


i use bleach, clorox is best. I have 6 rental units i take care of and it works great. You need to use a hand pump spray bottle to spray the bleach. Let it set for about 30 min to a hour. then spray with a garden hose. use a air tank or air compressor to blow the fan motor and caps. f you don't have air let it set outside for 8 hours.hope this helps you.

Aug 10, 2009 | Mitsubishi Mr. Slim MXZ30TN Air...

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Goodman heat pump 5 ton power problem


Sound like the outside unit is going to ground or the unit is over amping. Take and shut off the power to the unit and check all of the electrical connection for tightness. Don't forget to check the disconnect wires too since you shut it off at the breaker box. If you have a meter check to see if it''s live before you work on it. If it's all tight then call back the person that did the previous repair and tell them that he obviously missed something and the you feel that it should be a warranty call.

Dec 20, 2008 | Goodman CLQ36AR49 Air Conditioner

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3 year old Beckett AFG with Clean-Cut system. New inline filter new strainer, new nozzle, flame looks correct in pattern always. Flame does not sputter prior to shut-off. I did notice that when it shut off...


Called Beckett at 1-800-OIL-BURN and explained the problem. They told me that the solenoid on the oil pump (Clean Cut) was the cause. I purchased a new pump for $50 at the local plumbing supply and installed it. Problem solved.

Nov 20, 2008 | Air Conditioners

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