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Re: unit spitting out a water mist
Algae builds up in the tray at the bottom of the evaporator coil. There are pills for that, and a cap of bleach will do fine, but smell for a little while. Sometimes the whole unit will have to be removed outside for a good hosing out. Sometimes I just give the coils a good spritzing, with the filter out, with windex with bleach. I'll use an old toothbrush to clean the coils, get down at the bottom where the stuff is clogged up.
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If it is rattling when in either fan or cool, you are having either a fan motor problem or the blade is hitting something. The water may be from a clogged drain port (by coil) which u are not seeing, if a new one is under 250, that is your best bet!
You need to blow into the drainpipe on the outside of the building to clear the blocked drainpan outlet. This just to make sure that your drain is clear. If the problem persists. Check that the filter is clean. This can also happen if you are slightly short of refrigerant and running the aircon at 18C or lower on a humid day.
Thanks for your question, Sounds to me like you have something partially cloging the misting nozzle, if you can take the nozzle off, and check it I would bet there is something that got in there, if you cant, it might be better to just return the Humidifier where purchased for an exchange, if you can get the nozzle off, if you have a can of compressed air like they sell for dusting off computers, I would use a very short burst of that in the nozzle, and in the feed line, thanks again for your question, let me know how it works out, mr.grzz
Clean the unti - and do not add salt. I live in a major hard water city...and was amazed at how much dirt the tank collected. I tried adding salt to to stop the spitting, which did make a lot more steam, but did NOT stop teh water spit. I also noticed, with salt added, water in tank would only last 4-6 hours, not the 18-24 hours it should. I just figured it out, and now mine works great again, and does not spit. I cleaned the water tank throughly, several rinses, then wiped out entire inside. If you want it to work like new, you have to keep your tank as clean as new. I am going to start filtering my water that I put in with a double pantyhose I made simply so there no more dirt ~ a clean tank will fix the problem, it did mine :)
water leakage from indoor unit
1.clean cooling coil
2. wash air filter
3. check drain tray.if it block then clean it
4. check drain pipe U band.
5.check indoor unit water tray.if damage change by new one or repair it
I just got done fixing a unit with this problem. After a bit of time, dirt will build up in the lower unit and clog the vacumm tube.
No air flow coming out of the vacuum.
Motor is hot.
Stuff is spitting out of the front
Motor wouldnt start it had over heated.
You should remover the roller and clear the clog by hand. Let the motor cool down and it should start once it had cooled down.