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WATER COMING FROM VENT WHEN I SAT IT ON DRY

WHEN I TURN THE AIR CONDITINER ON WITH IN FIVE MIN WATER COME FROM THE VENT

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Check the unit with a level. It should be 1/4 bubble pitch towards the outside so condensate will properly drain.

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Sounds like the drainage tube is stopped up or the canal. That should take care of your problem.

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