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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CW-XC243HU A/C Water Spray
I would believe your problem maybe caused by lint or other material plugging up the fine fins of the inside of the condenser. Once you are able to see past the condenser(rear) fan blade, all the fins should be as visible as the exterior ones. The A /C unit needs to be removed from the wall/window to remove all the exterior cabinet screws or some may simply pull out of a sleeve to check for this. The shroud around the condenser & screws holding the condenser to the base need to be removed. It may then be able to swing it slightly away from the base to enable you to wire brush the lint down & away from the soft fins &/or wash it out with a water hose, do not kink the tubing. Fins can easily bend & cut. The fan blade could be re-mounted, if it was loose, at this time & it would sit somewhere half way inside the shroud. Once the condenser & shroud are remounted the fan blade should spin freely
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
SOURCE: Danby DDW396 Spray Arm
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM AND FOUND THAT DOWN UNDER THE METAL TRIANGULAR STRAINER IS THE PORT
TO THE WATER PUMP. FOOD AND PAPER GOT PAST THE
STRAINER AND COVERED OVER THE INLET PORT TO THE
PUMP. IT IS A SMALL HOLE ABOUT 1 INCH IN DIAMETER
MOLDED INTO THE SUMP AREA ON THE RIGHT UNDER
THE METAL STRAINER, THIS REDUCED THE WATER PRESSURE THAT THE PUMP PUT OUT SO THE WASH ARM
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
If no water is coming out at all, it might be that the inlet filter is clogged or the Est. time shows the code IE. To clean out the inlet filters, unplug the washer, turn off the water, open the valves, take a filter cap thing and try rinsing it out. To put it back to operational use, reverse the steps above.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
I spoke to a friend who was a spraypainter in his last job, apparently due to the thickness of the paint, I needed a larger nozzle on the gun. I couldnt get a nozzle to suit this gun so I purchased another gun with a cuple of different size nozzles. All seems to be working fine now.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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