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Air conditioner leaking feon after 3or 4 hours of sitting still

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First of all you need to be sure if its feon. Because sometimes its the condensed air (water) and the pipe carrying it would have got leaking. Just look for the kind of leak first.
If its water and pipe leak don't worry just seal the pipe.
Also try to find out were is the leak coming from. If some parts are loose just tighten them. If some pipe is leaking seal it. and still if you have a problem then take it to a mechanic

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