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Title: window ac
Post by: mountaindew on August 28, 2015, 05:46:10 PM
I have a arctic king 10.000 btu window ac unit.It is 2 weeks old.After the 1st day I was getting condensation build up and dripping out the drain hole which was good.Ever since then have have no water building up to drip out.I am in Fl and its in the 90s.Should I have water dripping
Title: Re: window ac
Post by: mz3own on August 28, 2015, 05:53:08 PM
Is there any condensate dripping inside the house?
Does the house face south?
Is the home cool?
If you answered, no, yes, yes. I wouldn't be concerned, just yet.
Title: Re: window ac
Post by: mountaindew on August 28, 2015, 05:55:48 PM
ok,thanks.I wont be concerned yet
Title: Re: window ac
Post by: Jonhb87 on July 20, 2018, 10:16:07 AM
One is the primary condensation drain pipe where the water should continuously drain the condensation during the cooling season and in the winter heating season if you have a high efficiency condensing furnace.
Title: Re: window ac
Post by: JWWebster on July 20, 2018, 10:34:30 AM
You should have water dripping if your house is loose if it is tight and all the humidity is out then you will see less because of less water in the air. You should see some tho. make sure it ain't coming into the house or down the window sill. That's what I would do.
Title: Re: window ac
Post by: DaleCaskanette on July 22, 2018, 08:45:24 PM
new air conditioners have a slinger fan blowing air through condensor, it picks up water in the rear pan and throws it on condensor to increase efficiency. you may have had water dripping when you first turned it on due to high humidity in your home.  when humidity level drops it will stop dripping