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Kenmore portable air conditioner Model 484.35338 serial no AP0000320252 made in spain code X5RKMFE709/01 quit running after 4hrs run. DRAIN WATER light is on. How is the water drained?

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The drain plug is on the rear of the unit, just above floor level. You can either drain it into a low sided pan that can hold a least a quart of water. Or roll it to an area, where you can allow it to just drain. If you drain it in place into a pan, be sure to turn the unit OFF & unplug it, before draining the water.
If you have misplaced your Owner's Manual, you can get one online from Sears Parts Direct.

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Posted on Jul 21, 2011

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