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Sorry I do not speak English well.
C120 pac my
This unit stopped working and displayed the PF code for Probe Failure. I
fixed it by removing 6 screws for the panal and 4 screws for the back
panal and removing the 5 screws and 1 screw holding the ground wire off
the silver box with the circuit board in it then I un plugged the
little plug for the 2 probes with the black wires in it and replugged it
in and wiggled it several times with the unit pluged in (be carefull
not to get shocked I recomend someone with electrical experiance do
this for you) the plug must get corroded but this fixed my unit.
on Jul 07, 2018
Filter wont come out
If filter does not slide straight up an out, You need a Phillips screwdriver. . 1) take off both sides.6 screws each side, 4 under plastic caps. 2) top back there are 2 screws above the filter need the top of the unit. 3) on the top piece there are 2 screws, 1 on each side. Slide half of top off giving you better access to remove filter. Remember to reassembly in reverse
on Jul 15, 2014
How do you empty tank?
It is actually a pan with a float that when full will stop the unit.
On the back of the unit, bottom, there is a rubber plug. Have a pan ready and I would advise have the unit up on a couple of 2x4s or bricks...I used a short tube and drained it into a baking pan, it is too heavy to get into a bathtub or shower.
on Jul 15, 2014
I am empting the tank of water every two days, need help. Thanks
Air conditioners and dehumidifiers are closely related. Any air conditioner operating in a humid environment will extract moisture from the air and with an outside or window unit, this collected condensation has an escape path and these are not equipped with a container to hold the collected water .
A stand-alone portable unit does not have any other way to dispose of the condensate other than the internal container . . .and you.
Your unit is not defective, you just have it operating in a high-humidity area.
on Jun 08, 2013
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