Question about Hampton Bay Heating & Cooling
It is normal for window air conditioners to have a puddle inside them during operation, actually they are designed so the evaporator fan wicks up the excess water onto the hot evaporator coils, keeping the unit cool, if it bothers you some, you can possibly adjust the outside brackets so it slants downward some or if your mechanically inclined , drill a small hole so that the water can drip outside, use caution though if drilling, be extremy careful what your doing- and make sure your not going to hit anything on the inside, you can see through the side maybe, hope that helps
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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