IF there is a lot of water, the float switch probably tripped. Happened to me, the water motor failed. When this happens there is no water blown up into the evaporator coils and it just accumulates.. and trips the float sensor. 2 problems with replacing the water motor. I can't get the part easily, and you have to remove all the plastic shrouding and drop the bottom out to get to it. (Steve)
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The blinking power light indicates that the water collection tank needs to be emptied. Be sure to turn the unit OFF & unplug it, before draining the tank. And while you're at it, now would be a good time to remove and clean the air intake filter. Once these 2 things are completed, the unit should run as designed.
The only time you have to add freon is if you have a leak in the refrigeration system. Check and make sure all your coils are clean and the filter is clean. If its a cleaning issue these things will seem like its low on freon but is not just needs some love.let me know ok
I've used mine for 6 years. Works great. You really need to attach a plastic tube drain line on the top (middle back) drain valve and leave OPEN, and vent it outside. Let it drain when it wants. Otherwise, you'll be emptying that drain pan every 2 days.
the drain is generally the midway in the back below the coil, there may or may no be an internal hose connected from the blower housing or evaporator coil housing, they are drained by gravity and the unit pitched to the outside should accomplish that if the drainage path is not clogged
Ordinarily air conditioners do this when they are too big,(BTU wise), for the area being cooled. They will shut off to prevent system damage. There has to be enough warm air drawing back to the unit to keep the coils from freezing up. A more rare scenario would be an overcharge from the factory and manifest itself immediately.