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I have a Maytag window air conditioner that is leaking out front

I have a Maytag window air conditioner that was given to me. Model number M7X05F2B-D and the water that should drain out the back of the air conditioner is coming out the fronT. Is it the drain hose and if how do I fix it.

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The unit has to lean backward to let the water run out. It sounds like it is too level or leaning forward too much. There should be an adjusting screw in back that you can lower and it should work fine.

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