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Leaking water from the bottom front inside. has never done this and is approx 4 years old

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  • petronella08 Oct 10, 2009

    Thanks. I checked and everything seems to be in order. I think the issue is that our freaky Texas weather is freezing the coils when I'm gone. The temperature can drop really quickly when the fronts move in this time of year.

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Make sure the unit is tilted to the back and that the drain hole is open.

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