Or something could possibly be clogging up the air conditioners extraction pipe, thus causing an over flow of the reservoir. Another cause might be that the power pump may have stopped working correctly.
So The easiest to check out is the drainage tube, you can start here. If you need to replace the air conditioning drain line you can buy them at an air conditioner supply store, or a home improvement center. You will also need to purchase the glue for the kind of line you have, make sure you adhere to the directions.
So next be sure that the electric water pump is plugged into an operational plugin, and test the pump by pouring water into its cistern. The pump motor, which is started up by a ball float inside that rises with the water level, (like what we had in the rear of the toilet when we were youngsters) should start. when you do this and it does not come on then it’s stuck or it could be it is broke You will have to disconnect the pump from the electricity and from the pipe, eliminate the top of the pump and cleanse it out if the power pump is stuck. If itâ€™s quite aged or broken, youâ€™re probably better off replacing it so you donâ€™t have to do this again in the foreseeable future.
If the drain tube and the pump motor are working, it could be that you have ice developing and obstructing the line. If this is what is happening you must buy new or clean your air conditioner filters.