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Hi have a fujitsu asta18 that is dripping water from indoor head unit , drain all good water runs away perfectly , but water coming from the air chute and through the louvres seems to be condensating on the plastic !!! Any ideas please as pulled all hair out Thanks

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I would say that either your unit is short of gas, which is weird because you would of also said the unit has been loosing effiency or I would say that your unit is not level or has came of the back plate. If you pour water on the coil and it drains, I would say that your unit has a gas issue.

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