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I have two Fujitsu Split Air Conditioners which are leaking. One dripped water, the other has ruined the wall covering where water was apparently collection around it. Does this sound like something I will need a repairman for?

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I think the AC's are not levelled properly so their is a leaking or the water tray might be filled up

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  • aviatoraeron Jun 16, 2009

    I think the AC's are not levelled properly so their is a leaking or the water tray might be filled up

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