Question about Heating & Cooling
My air conditioner is leaking water from the little black tube that is in back of the unit at the bottom. how can I fix this?
This cap must be in place in all coolers I have seen. Frequently there is a gasket that is identical to the type used on a common garden hose. It needs to be clean and free of cracks. They only cost pennies. I don't understand what you mean by "I plugged it up but water did not go into the normal receptacle."
I will assume you mean that this is a manually filled unit and not attached to a water source. If that is the case give me more details on what you mean.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
This is a window unit? If so the unit should not be level. Should be lower on outside end. You may have to drill a hole in a vcorner outside to allow drainage. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
I have this air conditioner. What I did was get a long plastic tube from home depot and connect it to the middle back drain. I then put the plastic tube outside my window, or if u have a drain somewhere put it in there or put the end into a big bucket. Let gravity do its job. I did not connect the tube to the internal bucket b/c I would have to empty it too often. The air conditioner is on top of a table so that water will flow down the tube and out the window.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Make sure the level arm is also making good contct with the water bucket when you insert it. You can awlas pull the level towards you to adjust for better contact.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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