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Unless this is a water based air conditioner (evaporative cooler) you should never have to add water to it. The water you see coming out of it is condensation and perfectly normal.

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No you never need to add water to an air condioner. An air conditioner removes water from the air. Get back if you have any other questions, I want to assist you.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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Actually, sportsfan, you don't need to add any water. In fact, there is no way to do it. Your unit works much the same way a dehumidifier does with auto evaporation function. In other words, it collects the humidity out of the room air a evaporates it, so there is no water removal on your part involved. While this water is being evaporated, it's also being cooled, so that cools your room. The hot air of the unit running is exhausted out through the window vent kit.

To replace your Owners Manual call Haier Customer Support 877-337-3639

Hope this helped answer your question. Please let me know. Thanks.

Posted on May 04, 2011

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