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A fine mist sometimes srays out of fan when ac is on

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Put an old facecloth outside the window in the tray a the base of the core on the outside, tuck it in about an inch UNDER the core do not bend or move the fins on the core(actually called a condensor) The face cloth will act as a siphon/evaporator, and remove most of the water that is colecting in the tray.

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