Question about DeLonghi A120E Air Conditioner
OK. This fixed my A120LE from leaking. First unplug the machine for safety. If you are looking at the back of the unit you need to take off the right side panel. I took off the all the panels but you could just take off the right side.
There is a reservoir on the top that collects condensation from the top coil. (shown in the circle) The drain hole on mine was clogged. If you stick a small screwdriver or paperclip in the hole to push the debris through it should start working properly again. I did this to mine yesterday and it hasn't leaked since!! Drain hole is shown here in close up picture. Unclogging this will allow the condensation to flow down to the main reservoir on the bottom where it will be evaporated in the AC exhaust.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
After extensive leaks on my DeLonghi A120LE, I decided to place a large heavy duty tray beneath the entire unit. My hardwood floor has already been warped by leaks in the last few days. I have now enhanced this solution by placing a set of casters beneath the large tray. Another tray collects the water using capillary action. Photos can be seen here: http://picasaweb.google.com/Raymuser/DeLonghiA120LEPortableACLeak#
Best of luck!
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
What I found after taking the panels off was water from the coils had collected on the right side of the pan leading to water spilling over so I made a wooden stand 6 inches tall,the leg of the stand I made a half inch taller so the collected water drained to the left and also aids in draining water from the unit.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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