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Thread: Aircon water dripping!

  1. #1
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    Unhappy Aircon water dripping!

    My air-con was dripping after I on it for 8-9 hours, can someone tell me why is it reacting like this…

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    I think there's a blockage at the outlet that connects to a pipe that drains water to the drainage. When's the last time you service your air con? Perhaps you should get the technician to service it. If you want to do it yourself, you can try to remove the air con case and clean out the drip tray and outlet.

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    Yes. Mine also drip after on for 1 hr. currently not cold out of a sudden. guess hv to look for technician soon.
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    Mine was cold but water was dripping from inside. Puzzled juz 5-year-old air-con after warranty period.

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    It's time to service the aircon as jasper suggested. If you on it every day, best to service the aircon every month. If you are a hands-on person, you may want to buy a specialised vacuum cleaner to clear those aircon pipes!

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    Do I need a "water vacuum" ?
    Last edited by sosnanny; 28th May 2017 at 04:23 PM.

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    I don't think it's about whether the vacuum cleaner is bag/bagless or filtered through water. Make sure the suction hose is long enough to reach your aircon without lugging it up your ladder though!

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