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11-28-20, 11:06 PM
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Posted By TonySexton

Hello there. Still interested in what "checking...

Hello there. Still interested in what "checking the coil and flushing the pan" involves. Also, any info about the proper position of the clear tube inside the unit would be helpful. Thank you.
11-27-20, 10:54 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 113
Posted By TonySexton

OK. I'm going to reach out to maintenance. If...

OK. I'm going to reach out to maintenance. If they aren't going to do anything, I'll look into these treatments.
11-26-20, 12:30 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 204
Posted By TonySexton

Do you mean the clear one inside the unit? ...

Do you mean the clear one inside the unit?
Either way you’d need something a little more permanent then that.
The clear one is your trap. That’s why it’s arranged like that.

Yes, I'm referring...
11-26-20, 12:25 PM
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Views: 113
Posted By TonySexton

How do I kill these roaches?

Hello. Please see the attached image. Guessing they are German cockroaches

Live in a highrise condo building. Have seen about five of them in total on the kitchen counter. Tend to come out early...
11-25-20, 08:52 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 204
Posted By TonySexton

One last question. It's about that white tube. If...

One last question. It's about that white tube. If you think it needs to be propped up some, could I put a marshmallow roasting stick or something else with a metal prong standing upright to prop it...
11-25-20, 06:25 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 204
Posted By TonySexton

check the coil, flush the drain pan and line ...

check the coil, flush the drain pan and line

Okay, if I'm reading this right, this is the PM I need to do. Do you guys have a link to a video on Youtube or something for a unit like this? Flushing...
11-25-20, 06:20 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 204
Posted By TonySexton

Hi, that plastic tube looks like itís pitched the...

Hi, that plastic tube looks like itís pitched the wrong way , follow that tubing and see where it terminates, it should be into the drain pan and possibly a float switch in there, as mentioned why...
11-25-20, 09:18 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 204
Posted By TonySexton

The drain pan just needs maintenance. It’s part...

The drain pan just needs maintenance. It’s part of the PM process the unit needs regularly.

What kind of maintenance does it need exactly? Can I just clean that stuff out of there with soap and...
11-25-20, 07:10 AM
Replies: 15
Views: 204
Posted By TonySexton

I am an owner. They just sent out an email saying...

I am an owner. They just sent out an email saying that it is a building wide problem.

Still, I want you to check out this video. There is something building up in the drain pan that seems like it...
11-24-20, 09:30 PM
Replies: 15
Views: 204
Posted By TonySexton

Compressor not staying engaged

Hello. Please watch the video below to see my AC unit. I live in a 30-story highrise. Have always had problems with the AC not cooling but always have been able to fix them by doing the two basic...
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

OK, I: (1) installed a new gasket; (2) installed...

OK, I: (1) installed a new gasket; (2) installed a makeshift gasket insert that was cut from pieces of the original gasket; (3) installed a new piston and nut; (4) adjusted the latch so that the...
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

OK. I thought the gasket insert was important. I...

OK. I thought the gasket insert was important. I can always return it.
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

Hard to tell from the video if there is too much...

Hard to tell from the video if there is too much water left in the unit.

Have you checked the piston and nut Item 564 in the Body Parts.

I did not see a problem with the piston and nut. Looked...
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

Totally agree and it doesn't make a lot of...

Totally agree and it doesn't make a lot of economic sense for me to try to change the gasket and gasket insert to see if they work. But, again, it's become a challenge at this point. That's why I...
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

"There's another video on how to slip on the...

"There's another video on how to slip on the gasket itself, but that requires removing the door. Not hard but a pita."

The two videos I've seen don't require removing the door to put on the gasket...
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

I took the gasket off and inspected it. A little...

I took the gasket off and inspected it. A little old but didn't detect any obvious problems. I also noticed that there wasn't a "gasket insert" in the middle of the bottom of the door. See this...
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

Another clarifying question is, Are you referring...

Another clarifying question is, Are you referring to this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOYQUYaPUvQ

Or are you talking about the gasket itself. That is, the flexible thing that goes between...
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

So, just to be clear, you think they bottom door...

So, just to be clear, you think they bottom door gasket is more likely to be the problem than the float valve? If that is the case, does that explain they build up of suds and water shown in the...
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

Here's the link. Thank you. ...

Here's the link. Thank you.

https://youtu.be/ynO6PiKJZfU
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

Let me shoot a video so I can show you what I...

Let me shoot a video so I can show you what I have in there.
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

When you say overflow valve, are you talking...

When you say overflow valve, are you talking about something under the dishwasher or inside of it?
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

It's still leaking from the two bottom corners...

It's still leaking from the two bottom corners after changing the baffles. I opened the door during the cycle and noticed that there's still a lot of water and suds in the tub. Is this common? Should...
Replies: 40
Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

All right, I'll give it a shot. They looked kind...

All right, I'll give it a shot. They looked kind of old. Once I install the new ones I'll let you know how it went.
Replies: 40
Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

Also, I just removed the piston and nut (the...

Also, I just removed the piston and nut (the "drain" way in the back) and I really didn't see anything. Looked clean. I wiped what I could with a paper towel but I highly doubt that's the culprit.
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Views: 504
Posted By TonySexton

Drain/outlet doesn't seemed clogged

Take a look at this vid. It doesn't seemed clogged, and it is apparently normal for there to be some water there. Perhaps this is a bit too much. Does this give you any ideas? Would you recommend...
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