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Re Frigidaire 104P1A - Neighbor below me is complaining the unit is draining INTO her window (she needs/wants to have it open). I had someone out to adjust the level of the unit, tilting it back slightly, but this is not solving the problem. Is there is no way to re-route the condensation with a non-slider window unit? Suggestions most welcomed.

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