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Styrofoam inside of my Haier HWF05XC7

Does the styrofoam casing within the unit remain or does it need to be removed because it seems that it's being torn apart by the fan.

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  • mauser303 Jun 22, 2008

    ok, but the sound? its making this tattering sound.

  • Anonymous Jul 14, 2008

    Our airconditioner doesn't drain, and once enough water collects in the bottom it sounds like a slushy machine and spews water into the air.

  • brettster61 Sep 13, 2008

    Yeah, I understand the styrofoam is supposed to stay inside the unit, but it makes this aforementioned tattering sound...the sound of a pencil tearing into the styrofoam. Help!

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It should remain there it is the insulation seperating the condensing side from the evaporating side you may nve to reach in and move it around to prevent the destruction of the foam.

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