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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check that your water pump is working and not blocked up as the unit will keep swicthing off if it can not get rid of the water.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
Hi; I have encountered several problems when it comes down to water(condensate) draining correctly.. Here are a few things to look at. First and foremost never blow a drain line from the top or through the bottom. the reason being all the muck will travel back into the drain pan. Why not purchase a tool that will **** from the bottom of the drain line therefore not putting strenous pressure on pipe joints that might have missed the gluing process. Also You can purchase this tube venturi device from a local ac supply house. If You have a level indicator put it across the air handler (side to side,front to back) check that there is level or a slight lean towards the drain line. If You are going to **** the line make sure all tees with a tube sticking up are temporarly caped up at the air handler. Now another problem can be a clogged air filter.This will pull on the drain line water for air thus keeping the unit from draining until the unit turns off. Then there is the ocasional drain pan that will crack prematurely. After You have reserched all above potential problems and have drainage purchase some algae tabs to put directly into the drain pan(removing the cover with the tstat in the off position).One more thing to consider is the drain line sweating due to a full line of cold water wanting to drain.
Go out side after problem solved and put 2, 90 degree elbows on the end with a 6 inch piece of pvc pointing up and fill with water. What You are doing is giving the drain line a resistence point from the fan motor it wont be able to **** that water back up thus causing a steady drain of water YEA...alpharome416
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
Here is a Toll free number to Kelvinator.
Technical Support Center - U.S.A. 1 (866) 738-1641
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 6:00 pm EST
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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