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Keeps spitting out water whilst in cooling cycle.

Purchased about 5/6 yrs ago and noticed the problem as always just after the warranty expired - tried to get it fixed but technician mentioned that this was a manufacturing defect with this particular model is this correct and the problem fixed. Could you advise me as to what my chances are of getting some sort of compensation from the dealer that we purchased it from. If they knew it was manufacturing problem they should not stock the item - we would have moved on and bought another model/brand.

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Window A/C, correct? If you slide the air conditioner out of it's case. See if the drain on the unit pan is open. Also  make sure that the unit is tilted slightly down toward the outside of the house.  As far as a manufactuer defect. It think he was lieing to you for a service call or he didn't want to do the work I prescribed.

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