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Water leak My unit is leaking water. The drain hose is not plugged. What can I check before I do anything else? thanks!

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  • nramkuma Aug 07, 2008

    My airconditioner leaks water from the bottom. I tried connecting the drinage hole to the hose and also totally closing it with rubber cork and the valve. In either case, water leaks from the bottom of the ac - i turned it over and say there were 3 holes on the bottom and water leaks from it. Is this a faulty AC ?



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First you have to unplug or "off" the circuit breaker, then install the drain hose.

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