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Can't find manual. How much water is needed after draining the pan so that it won't start leaking. Everstar MPM1-10CR-BB6

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Enough to fill the trap 1 -2 cups

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SOURCE: looking for bottom drain plug for MPM1-10CR-BB6

This is a window unit? If so the unit should not be level. Should be lower on outside end. You may have to drill a hole in a vcorner outside to allow drainage. Good Luck

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check the condensate tank to be sure it is empty and installed correctly, also make sure the unit is level.

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Compressor Indicator

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