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Dynacool rmc 9000 evaborative air cooler

Can dynacoolrmc 9000 be run with just ice bottles. I dont see how to drain if water put in it and thats just gross using the same water repeatly. plus How does this thing even drain or to I just have to turn it upside down?

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The unit wont work with just ice bottles. It needs water to run down the pads to create the evaporative effect. The tank should have a drain somewhere. Look down the bottom of the machine for a plug or tap that can be removed / unscrewed to drain the water out.

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You can purchase a device from Home Depot that will clean out the drain. In the plumbing business, we call it a blow bag. But some call it drain dog and so on. It's a black rubber bag that fills with water and then when it reaches a certain pressure it blocks the drain but runs water through it until the clog is dislodged. You attach it to a water hose and push it into the drain as far as you can get it. Run it for 15 to 20 min. and then pull it back out. There are several sizes to accomadate the pipe size. You sill need the one that does pipes up to 2 inches. You will have to remove your drain assymbly under the sink to do this. While you have the drain assymbly off, you can make sure it is clean as well. This will clean out the garbage that collects in the pipe. Hope this helps.

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How high up is your exhaust hose in relation to the unit - if it is too hight, the pump may be struggling to discharge the water.

I assume this is a vented model, where you have a large diameter pip exhausting air outside (Around 110mm wide) if so, is there also a smaller pipe to carry the condensate water?

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SOURCE: Ice build-up on GE ZDW24A wine cooler cooling coil

Probably the thermostat is bad , you can bypass it by putting together the two wires from the thermostat and if the unit starts working ,replace the thermostat ;only do this if you havesome knowledge of electrical work and be very carefull.

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I just put about six cups of white vinegar (not diluted) into the reservoir and let it sit for about an hour. Then I emptied that out and flushed a few pitchers of very hot water through. It seems to have worked quite well.

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