Ways to limit the case that the air conditioner blows out hot, smelly air
The first and main cause of the air conditioner giving out hot and bad air is because the filter is too dirty, making it impossible for cold air to escape. At this time, cold air will accumulate in the gas pipeline causing the pipes to freeze.
When using the air conditioner, you should monitor and maintain (clean) periodically to easily find out the cause and avoid reducing the life of the machine.
There are many families that put the drain hose outside right in the drain, gutter or in the toilet. The bad smell from there goes into the exhaust pipe of the air conditioner and in the cold unit, causing a bad smell.
When installing the machine, pay attention to the discharge line, avoid placing it in places where odors are generated.
At the controller in any air conditioner, there are several modes such as Dry (dehumidification), Cool (cooling), Fan (fan only).
Normally to cool the room you must always use the Cool mode, but unfortunately accidentally choosing the wrong two modes, the air conditioner emits heat or only the fan works.
So when you turn on the air conditioner, you should choose the right mode!
When the compressor is damaged, it means that the gas exchange process stops working, only the indoor fan is left spinning with hot air blowing out.
There are many signs that the refrigeration compressor is damaged: the machine runs with noise, the temperature is not stable, there is hot steam, the outdoor unit stops intermittently.
If the hot compressor is damaged, you should immediately call the supplier or repairman to repair the machine.
The amount of gas lost will make the air conditioner cool down correspondingly and when the gas runs out, the air conditioner will not be cold anymore. Normally, the air conditioner will hardly run out of gas, except for gas leaks.
So when the air conditioner blows out hot air, you should call a repairman to check if the gas is leaking and fix it.
Above are some causes and ways to fix the air conditioner blowing out hot, smelly air. Hopefully, it will become useful information to help you deal with problems when encountering in your air conditioner.