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I have this air conditioner in my apartment window. Apparently, the neighbours below are complaining of it dripping on their window ledge and was told by the office administrator that I need to attach a hose to filter out the water. I look everywhere and cannot see where I need to do this. Any suggestions? :)

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I woud suggest putting a pan under the unit with a hole in it that you can attach a hose bib and then attach the hose to it and run the hose to a better location...

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