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Condensate drain line is clogged up.These are not easy to get to and require removing the inside unit from the wall. Best to have a professional do this. They may have to pull the refrigerant out of the system and totally remove the inside unit. This is a big job. Good luck.

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Sep 05, 2011


You could put more of a description or even say please, is it just showing 14? There is no such code.....,.

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Sep 02, 2011


low on freon, dirty coil, drain problem are the most common, (no particular order) it also could very well be the compressor, however you stated it takes longer to get cold...verify the drains are open and flowing, that all coils are clean, if they are the next call is to your service tech. Hope this helps
Dan

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Aug 28, 2011


Hi,
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heatman101

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Aug 18, 2011


Hi slreed67,

Geez! Let's play pass the buck!!

My experience with dealers is to scare them with a lawsuit and they buckle under. If you write a letter of complaint to your local DA or a lawyer and have it notarized, you don't usually have to send it. Just take it into them or send it to them and they'll back down. I did this with one dealer and they did back down. If they don't back down, go ahead and file a civil suit. Doesn't cost anything if you win, filing fee if you don't. Since the unit is new, you should win.

Sorry to hear about your ruined living place.

Hope this helps. If you accept this solution, please place a vote.
I'd be interested to hear how it comes out.

Thanks,

Handie Andie

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Aug 11, 2011


Attach a hose to the drip pan to lead the condensation somewhere else (eg. outside, the drain, a pot). If it was properly installed, it should already have a drain hose. The hose might be clogged.

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Aug 08, 2011


get the owners manuel and check q&a there should be a section that deals with the codes. the different sequences can help you trouble shoot. be careful the codes are not always correct. contact mitsubishi if you can't find. if all else fails call a repair person

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Aug 06, 2011


It could have takenout the compressor but I would start with the breakers or fuses , then move to the capisitor. But first just shut it down for a bit at the breaker and then reset the breaker.. Hope this helps let me know jon

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Aug 05, 2011


Maybe a shorted wire between thermostat and outside? Just a guess.

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Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Jul 30, 2011


Have you confirmed that it is wired correctly?

I am assuming that it has never worked correctly since it was installed.

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Jul 28, 2011


THERE IS A BUNCH OF SCREWS NEEDED TO BE REMOVED, FOR THE FRONT COVER. THE FAN IS FAIRLY EASY TO GET TO, ONCE THE COVER HAS BEEN REMOVED

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Jul 28, 2011


Hi,
Try to turn all of the power off for a few minutes and then turn it back on...this should reset everything again...
If not you will need to get a tech. to check it all out...

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heatman101

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Jul 24, 2011


An air conditioner should be installed so it's level. These appliances are designed so that condensate collects below the fan and runs into the slinger ring, which is made of sheetmetal and is part of the fan assembly. The bottom of the ring acts like a gutter to collect condensate. The fan then picks the water out of the ring and slings it against the condenser coils.
Recycling the condensate in this manner increases the coils' cooling capacity. Check the air conditioner for level -- front to back and side to side -- when you install the unit.
If it is tipped a little to the Front then you will Get water inside room.
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Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Jul 23, 2011


it sounds like you have a leak in the system unless you have an e.p.a. refridgerant recovery certificate you need to contact an authorized service tech to leak check and recharge the system

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Jul 22, 2011


Who told you you need to change the freon?? If it is a tech find an other one. you cannot change it as you most likely don't have the equipment .. It could well be a R12 unit and you might have to change it out. It would then be best to update the whole thing and save yourself a lot of heart ache

Mitsubishi Mr.... | Answered on Jul 18, 2011

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