Question about Frigidaire FAC126P1 wall/window Air Conditioner
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
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