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Ashaar Mohamed

Air conditioner blowing visible air

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It's condensation. Normal. Read up below:

 

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This means the A/c joint you went did a good job ! water vapor inside the cabin  temporarily condenses into a visible mist.

where is the place?  what is your vehicle?

 

Enjoy your A/c.

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Usually, an air conditioner reduces the humidity in the air inside when its in Recirc mode. There must be a leak of fresh outside air coming into the system via the fresh air gate. This will then appear as condensed humidity near the air vents. Most car ACs are designed to occasionally open this gate and let some fresh air in to balance out the stale air inside. But in your case, better to check the seals if this happens all the time

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10 hours ago, Ashaar Mohamed said:

My vehicle is blowing visible air from one of the AC outlet, can you please advice what should I have to do to prevent that.

The A/C of your car is at its top notch. Enjoy!!!

5 hours ago, rukmaldk said:

Usually, an air conditioner reduces the humidity in the air inside when its in Recirc mode. There must be a leak of fresh outside air coming into the system via the fresh air gate. This will then appear as condensed humidity near the air vents. Most car ACs are designed to occasionally open this gate and let some fresh air in to balance out the stale air inside. But in your case, better to check the seals if this happens all the time

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Not necessarily true.

When the humid air circulated back to the drier, it will be absorbed!

Let the OP enjoy the AC! :P

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