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Water blows out of vent and collects at the bottom of the air conditioner, it does not seem to drain properly and I do have it slanted back to drain outside.

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  • Anonymous Jun 08, 2008

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  • fensalir Jun 08, 2008

    Hi,

    I have the same problem with water blowing out of the vents. I do not have a tube to drain the water. The book says it is normal to hear water sounds and never drill holes in the bottom of the tray under any circumstances. The unit is tilted back, but after a few hours, water is spewing from the vents. Very frustrating and I have only had it 1 day.

  • hthrmre Jul 20, 2008

    every time it rains tons of water blows out and soaks our couch. we have tried tipping it back that doesnt help it has so much water in it.

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I bought this lovely piece of sh*t for $200 dollars and it has done well over $200 worth of damage to the wood around the window and to the wall. We have to tip it backwards about twice a day to drain the water and it still drips out the front like crazy. I was unable to contact Haier at first and recieved automated responses on the phone and wasnt able to talk to an actual person. I gave up on that and lived with it for a few weeks and I finally got sick of it and spent about 45 minutes online looking for the phone number to contact them (I also found tons of complaints about this problem). So I decided I dont want this junk in my window and told Haier that on the phone. They told me to try to return it to the store I bought it at and if they wont take it back to call them again and they will have me cut the power cord and peel the stickers off and send that to them and they will send a replacement. THANKFULLY those idiots at Haier were dumb enough to put a decent warrenty on their faulty products. But I'm guessing those idiots are also dumb enough to send faulty products out as replacements too.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

  • StupidHaier Jul 16, 2008

    I've actually only had this AC for 2 weeks. Sooooo much of a hassle I guess it seemed like a month or two.

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Check that the small pipe at bottom of drip tray is inserted corectly and is unblocked.also check that the freon gas level is correct.

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