Question about Mitsubishi Heating & Cooling
I got this free Pdf manual from reliable-store. com for free and I don't think Ive visited a mechanic or fixya for help for more than 3-4 times out of the 20 times I fixed the chipper in these 4 years
Posted on Aug 20, 2019
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Firstly i would try and establish if the unit is on a gravity drain or a pumped drain.
1. If the drain is gravity it means the condensate water will flow with gravity normally straight through the wall, so check for blockages outside and inside, the unit may look clean but if it hasn't been serviced there may be a build up of dirt in the drain.
So try and locate the outlet of the drain outside (normally by the refrigeration pipework to condenser) and attach a wet hoover to it and make a good seal, this will **** any water/dirt out of the drain line.
2.If its on a pump, a small water pump which collects the condensate in a sump and then pumps it away when a float is activated. (Normally fitted if a gravity drain option is unavailable).
You can check to see if the sump is full and overflowing which is an indication the pump/float has failed and will req replacing by an A/C company. Or the PVC drain line is blocked with dirt.
The pump is either located behind the unit in the casing, or in the white trunk containing the refrigeration pipework
All the best
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
mr slim has this cover. just unscrew the whole cover and you've got the visible blower. the power supply must be turned off so there is no electic shock or accident that other person may turn the a/c. then there is this cover of the fan with a lock so unlock it and you can clean it throughly with a cloth.....
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
no sir gary,
the water would not go to the drain pan if you install it vertically.
water would just drop anywhere and would ruin a lot of things...
tnx 4 using fixya,
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
I would check 2 things. If the TV trips another breaker in the house of the same rating, you probably have a short in your TV and will need to have it serviced.(You didn't drop it did you? :-) ) The short may also occur by too much stress on the power cord where it enters the TV, common to need to cram the cord into small spaces when wall mounting. If the TV only trips that particular breaker, I would try replacing the breaker. Replacing the breaker costs very little and will only take you a few minutes. You can buy a replacement breaker at most hardware stores. Just make sure to disconnect the main supply first! Also, make sure the breaker is rated correctly, using a higher amperage breaker will increase your chances of starting a fire.
Posted on May 06, 2008
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