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brown liquid usually is rust, could be from the a/c or the heater block you would need to investigate further to determine the liquid, is there any water lose, is a/c pressure still ok, if you have not had the a/c checked in 3 years I would have it checked.

Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jul 11, 2017

Compressor is likely shorted to ground. With a multimeter you could ohm the compressor to verify. With power off remove wires at compressor. Test each leg to ground or metal or a piece of copper. Continuity would confirm a grounded compressor. Warranty, age and cost would determine next step.

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Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Jul 09, 2017

Outside unit does not have a filter. You can try to pull the disconnect on the outdoor unit. Reinsert after 10 seconds, see what happens.

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Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jul 08, 2017

Sounds like you have a power issue if all 3 goes out the same time

Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jun 27, 2017

you dont have enough fall creating a water trap which breeds bacteria into a green slim ball blocking drain you need to chop more brick wood what ever the pipe drain go through so there is very good fall problem solved the pipe being blocked causes water to back up these heads can loose 4 ltrs an hr in qld not sure on other state hope i was some help
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Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Jun 25, 2017

Sounds like the filter or coil is dirty, therefore fan amount up and hindering drainage. Vacuum drain, clean coil, change filter.

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Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jun 20, 2017

No it will not .Gist you have to check what is preventing the compressor. Those unit have a lot of safety so first thing reset the unit and you do that by shutting the power off then turn it back on .
You then look at the compressor to serve what it's doing .If it comes on and run for a minute then shut off again that means the coil is dirty so you should wash it .If compressor does not do anything then check the control board for any blown buss fuses.
If no bad fuses are found then you need to see if system have any freon (refrigerant) .If your guages is reading 0 or reading very low it means you have a leak and that needed to be fixed before your ac could work again

Mitsubishi... | Answered on May 19, 2017

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