Question about Fedders A6U10W7A Thru-Wall/Window Air Conditioner
It is normal for water to exit out of the bottom.. That is the condesation from the dehumidifying action.. However the untit should be tilted stighly toward the back of the unit so it drips out side..
If the water is "leaking" out of the bottom at a place that should not be - it could be that a portion of the (should be dealed bottom) has a breach.. Ifs thats the case - remove the cover - find were the "leak" is and patch it with some glue..
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Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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