More than likely the condensate drain is blocked i dont know if this model has a condensate pump on it if it does that could also be faulty .you could try pouring water into the unit where the coil is and see does it drain away easily .if not you need to unblock the drain
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Water leak is the common issue in split a/cs. Due to coil,air filter, drain pan dust blocked, less rpm of blower motor, short of gas. If service for the unit is more than 4 months, please do it first. And then check rpm of blower motor, if less replace capacitor. Check gas pressure. Must be 60 PSI @ 98*F, of ambient temp. If less than that find leak and arrest and do gas charging. Thanks.
Water leaking in split unit common, due to air filter & evaporator coil dust blocked- Clean it. Drain pan and drain hose dust blocked-clean it. And also due to less rpm of indoor motor, there will be forming ice over the coil result to water leaking while defrosting.Replace motor capacitor.
if your indoor unit is leaking water down the wall,it is from one of two things.First, is possibly the insulkation on the copper lines is coming loose and the suction line is condesated,with no way to drain,it drips down the unit.The other possiblity is that the drain hose is coming loose from vibration and leaking a little.
during Cooling and Dry modes, if the unit is used under conditions of lower temperature (18C) the heat-exchanger may freeze, leading to water leakage and other damage. If the unit is used for long periods under high-humidity conditions, condensation may form on the surface of the indoor unit, and drip onto the floor or other objects underneath. (About 80% or more)