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A/C leaking water on floor

Installed A/C in the top of the window as window is street level, now it is leaking into the room.
Maybe I have it on the wrong setting?

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Hey there, window units are made to drip their water outside. All youo need to do is make sure it is tilted ever so slightly toward the outside and not inside. Let me know if this doesn't work for ya.
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