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Probably out the corners. The unit needs a big old puddle of water so the slinger blade can help cool the condenser coils. If the unit is tilted towards the inside of the hoscienda then water will come inside and will be spitting out of the evaporator. That ain't too cool (pardon the pun). You would need to reposition the unit so that the water will flow towards the rear of it.
That way the agua will disperce outside. Do not drill a hole or run a wire into the unit as that could bust the sealed unit. Not good.

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On the fedders aeq07f2bg is there a drainage tube or does it drain from the corners ?

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Hope this helps and best regards!

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