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Its is tilted to try to incourage it to drain

Its is tilted to try to incourage it to drain toward the back but for some reason it is not getting ito the back of the unit it is coming out the front am i right to asume it is clogged some where ?

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You will want to look for a small drain tube under the evap coil clean it out with a small wire to remove the clog

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