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Renault Scenic, water in footwells

I live in Spain, yesterday was a hot day and the first hot day this year when I went on a decent run. Of course we had the air con running. But this morning I noticed that the front footwells were soaking wet. I assume that this is being cause somehow by the air conditioning.
Can you le me know what the problem is and what action needs taking to fix this,

many thanks,

Stevebutch

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