Question about Heating & Cooling
In this unit the water that is condensed from the air is collected in a tank and evacuated by evaporation thru the air outlet. But this system has its limitations: if the air humidity is above 85% this procedure can no longer work and the water accumulates in the drip tank.
So either the tank is full and must be emptied or the drip tray under the condenser has its outlet hole clogged by dirt and it will have to be cleaned.
The water is eliminated thru a simple plug at the rear, at the bottom - place a shallow pan and take out the plug. To clean the outlet hole insert a thin and long zip-tie in the plug at the rear and gently twist it around going in and out until the plastic band end up clean. Finally just plug it back and start the unit. This procedure will have to be repeated at least once a month.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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