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Craftsman Shavermodel #6810

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Air conditioner not draining properly

Our Kenmore window air conditioner Model 253.79081, 8000 BTU, is spitting out water on the side opposite the drain hole. It has turned our brick green. Please tell me how to unclog the drain or anything else I can try. It was purchased 6/8/10, so is just out of warranty.

Posted July 16, 2011

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Barbara H. , July 16, 2011

Water dripping down the building would be a concern. A bleach solution will help clean the green. In the meantime I found a similar question from a previous expert post that may help explain what may be the cause. This may help while you wait for your expert to review your model. I also attached the product and installation manuals that may help.

Lyle W , July 18, 2011

Make sure that the air conditioner has the backward tilt that is shown in the image below. The condensate water that will normally drain out of the back of the air conditioner is slung by the fan blade back up onto the condenser to increase the efficiency of this air conditioner. There is not a distinct drain on the back of the air conditioner. That water spraying or dripping out of the side vents in your air conditioner due to excessive humidity. If the air conditioner is working and is cooling properly, then there may be no malfunction in the unit. Make sure that the filters are clean. Clean the outside air vents to maximize air flow through the unit and help evaporate the condensate water. These tips may help you minimize or eliminate this problem.

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