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We bought at a yard sale a Bonaire cooling system, product # 6250020, ser. # 00133551, it leaks after awhile and also sprays water out the front, i have sent another one of these but forgot to put product # and ser. # down Thanks Diana

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SOURCE: we bought a Bonaire cooling system at yard sale,

I take it this is a window Unit , the water is coming in the room because the Unit has to be pitched about 1/2 into the back ( outside ) or the drain line is clogged ( dirt) stopping water from flowing to condenser ( that cools the coil)
The water is condensation from warm air hitting the cold coil .

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