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LEAKING WATER EVEN AFTER DRAINING THROUGH THE BACK HOSE. AFTER USING FOR ABOUT 8 HRS, WATER STARTS TO LEAK AT THE BACK THEN IT STOPS WORKING AND RED LITE FLASHES ON THE ON/OFF BUTTON. IT LOOKS LIKE WATER IS NOT EVAPORATING LIKE IT USE TO. I DRAIN IT THROUGH THE LITTLE HOSE AT THE BOTTOM ON THE REAR AND START ALL OVER AGAIN.

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Being that I am the owner of a Haier 12000 BTU portable A/C unit with the same flipping problem & having a husband that works as a refrigeration tech with plenty of experience with A/C units of all types, we have come to the conclusion that the evaporation pans they put into these portable units are either too small or faulty! The best advice I can offer you if you are out of warranty is to raise the unit onto a sturdy & level base (you can use wood planks if nothing else can be found) & attach a hose to the plug (open of course) & run the hose into a bucket. Sadly, I was unaware of how bad our situation was until my husband told me that it is "raining" in our dining room! We'll now have to rip up carpeting (only 5 years old), rip up the old vinyl flooring to check the sub floor & if that's too bad off, we'll have to replace it, then cut out the sheetrock of the ceiling, treat for black mold before it happens (because it will, wet wood & sheetrock make a lovely sort of place for it to grow exponentially!) then rebuild the ceiling! I hope you got help before my answer & good luck!

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Why the heck did u get it wet

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