Does this model have a drain pan underneath and if so does it need to be cleaned or changed? Thank you
ANSWER Hi. The unit does have a drain pan part # . You can unbolt it to clean it if needed. The condenser fan pulls hot air from the compressor and condenser coils across the top of the pan to evaporate the water. But it will also pull in floor dust and debris to clog the coils. Remove the back and super clean the condenser with a condenser brush and the shop vac. Thank You.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Thursday, November 01, 2012