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I have a Goldair Air Cooler GAC 700w and would like to know how you take the water out of the container at the back

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Evaporation - Hot sun shining on damp ground in morning. The moisture on the ground EVAPORATES as the ground dries.

Precipitation - Rain falling onto the ground is PRECIPITATION

RUNOFF - When rain falls onto the ground, some of it is absorbed into the ground. The portion that is NOT absorbed becomes RUNOFF in that it runs off the surface that it fell on.

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