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Old 07-13-2011, 02:10 AM   #1
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How I can repair My new air conditioner that drip water into my room?


I have a new TADIRAN air conditioner (one year) in my room, the size of my room is 12 meters.
Yesterday when I operate on my air conditioner the air conditioner start to drip water in my room.
The water drops fall down from the corner of the rectangle that output the cold air
Do you know what break down in the air conditioner?
How I can repair this?

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Old 07-13-2011, 06:43 AM   #2
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the unit should be level to slightly tilted towards outside,check for a rubber plug on the base of the outside section pull it off...taking this is a window unit

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thanks biggles,
I try to move and give to the cable more release but it donít help to solve this problem
Can you give a picture of the rubber plug that you write about ?
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I will glad to receive more explanation
I upload some pictures
The red rectangles sign that from this location the water drip
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is there a filter in the room unit. if it gits dirty water can happen
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Old 07-15-2011, 10:38 AM   #6
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The drift water is not dirty, I don't check the filter, did I need to check it ?
If the answer is yes then how I do this ?

Look out that the water that drift in my room, drift from the other side that the outside pipe exist.


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you need to call the installer
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What you have is a mini split. there is a filter in the inside unit above the bottom plate. Open that plate you should see the blower and the filter. and you should be able to see where the water come from too. may be just a plugged filter, lose or mis-placed drain pipe, or leak drain pan....(that filter needs to be replaced every few months). I don't see you have any drain opening outside, you need to find out (call the installer) ask him where the drain water goes. should either go to your plumbing system or pipe to outside.


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