Why are water droplets/moisture formed on the service valves of Samsung Air Conditioner?

Last Update Date : Oct 22. 2018

Water droplets or moisture can occur on the service valves because of high Humidity or Refrigerant overcharge.

• High Humidity – In the rainy season, the humidity level is higher than usual. Low temperature and high humidity can generate moisture on the service valve

• Refrigerant overcharge – Refrigerant overcharge will cause dew drops on the service valve and will trickle down onto the floor

If you are experiencing water droplets or moisture on the service valves of your Air Conditioner, contact our Samsung Call Centre for further assistance.

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