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Air con is leaking water from sides and bottom, how do I get the front off to clean out the small filter inside??? Steph Walkerston

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  • asblakes Feb 19, 2009

    Sorry it is a high wall mounted Fujitsu , cold only no heater, it's 6 years old and never had any trouble with it before.

  • luke bussenschutt May 11, 2010

    what kind of a/c is it high wall split, window a/c,

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When an airconditioner leaks water it is usually from the drains being blocked with build up. The easiest way to take care of this problem is to use a wet vac, and suction the blockage out. Your drain is located outside. It will most likely be made of pvc. That is where you apply the suction.

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