Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a massive amount of water pouring into the room from the unit in the wall. How can this be fixed. My model number is ASU9C1, fujitsu. I was researching and a possibility is a clogged drain line but I don't know how to access this or how I can fix this myself (which I would prefer). Please provide me with as much specifics as possible on the clogged drain line solution to other solutions to this Mark Paratore
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure the unit is level, this is very important. Check for blocked drain tube, which runs from the bottom of the drain pan under the cold coil to the outside. Clear tube with a piece of coathanger wire, be gentle.
Posted on Jul 15, 2007
Is it a split system? I had the same problem with my split system and and it was because the condenser line was mounted wrong. The line was mounted so the water had to go uphill and it was causing the condensation to leak through the front of the unit.
Posted on Aug 14, 2007
Does water drip out of unit on the roof while running ? If you look under the unit on the roof, you should see one or two little drains sticking down., that may be plugged up. Piece of wire or something and poke in the holes on the sides of those drains to make sure they're clear. Usually there is a plastic/nylon pan on roof unit to catch that moisture, and drain it off. Could be overflow because of the plugged drains, or I have seen the odd one crack but not too much recently, mostly back 5 yrs ago or so they had a run of them.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
during Cooling and Dry modes, if the unit is used under conditions of
lower temperature (18C) the heat-exchanger may freeze, leading to water leakage and other damage.
If the unit is used for long periods under high-humidity conditions, condensation may form on the surface of the indoor
unit, and drip onto the floor or other objects underneath. (About 80% or more)
Increase Temp to 20 and also run coil dry cycle,
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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