Question about LG L1006R Wall/Window Air Conditioner
This is completely normal for a window a/c unit. The purpose of the leaking is to leach the humidity from you home in the summer. When the house is hotter the air is inherently more humid. As warm air is passed over the condensors in the unit it turns into water and should drip out of the back of any air conditioner unit. It essentially turns into distilled water. Not a problem and don't worry! Enjoy the air!
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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