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Condensation drain Have water builging up in unit where is the drain located

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On the rear toward the lower side of unit,tip the unit so the rear of unit is 1/2 inch lower than inside of unit,and make sure drain isnt plugged with debris

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1. If the drain is gravity it means the condensate water will flow with gravity normally straight through the wall, so check for blockages outside and inside, the unit may look clean but if it hasn't been serviced there may be a build up of dirt in the drain.

So try and locate the outlet of the drain outside (normally by the refrigeration pipework to condenser) and attach a wet hoover to it and make a good seal, this will **** any water/dirt out of the drain line.

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