Question about Frigidaire FAC126P1 wall/window Air Conditioner
Posted by Anonymous on
Good Morning Friend,
I understand your Frigidaire air conditioner, model# FAC126P1, is not draining water or collecting water near the coils. When your air conditioner was installed, you would have wanted to make sure that the top rail and sliding panels at each side were offset to provide the proper pitch to the rear of (5/16"). This is necessary for proper condensed water utilization and drainage. If you are not using the Side Panels for any reason, this pitch to the rear must be maintained! I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your appliances status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Jun 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Leave it alone. DO NOT attempt to create a drain. As long as a window A/C unit is installed properly, (angled slightly down toward the rear) it will drain excess water over the rear lower lip of the unit should it get that high. Many models use some of the collected water/condensation. It gets lifted up by the fan blades to cool the coil.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
I'm not sure why that drain hole is located where it is - but in any case - you're going to have to plug the existing hole and re-drill another drain hole at the back of the unit.
I would plug the unwanted hole with a 'liquid steel material,' i.e. JB Weld or something similar.
Note: be careful when re-drilling the new drain hole and don't drill a hole in your condenser.
Posted on May 04, 2010
Some don't have a drain hole anymore. As long as you have it tilted slightly, any excess water will drain out. If your house or room feels good, it's working. It won't pull moisture out of the air if the air has already been dehumidified.
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
These are designed to retain some water in the pan. This is for the slinger fan to throw water through the condensing coil. This helps the refrigerant cool and is important to the efficiency of the unit. I would certainly not recommend drilling a hole in the bottom. The hole may cause the water to roll somewhere where damage could occur. Try instead tipping the unit Backwards before bringing it in the house.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
You will have to remove the unit fro the window,and take it outside and remove the cover,unless the sheel remains in the window,and use a water hose to clean all the debris out and clear the drain,this really needs to be done every year,also,make sure the tilt on the unit is enough for the water to drain outside,not in,if this was at all helpful,please rate thank you.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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The dehumidifier has a non-removable tray under the coils (they look like radiators) that collects and drains the water away. If the tray or drain gets clogged with dirt or slime the water doesn't drain away well. Some water is picked up by the fan and is blown out the vent. Take the covers off the machine and give everything a good cleaning. If you get water on any electrical parts, let the machine dry thoroughly before plugging in.
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