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How can I get water to leak out from the rear so the vent don't freeze up?

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  • daasianbeaut May 30, 2010

    Do you mean by removing the bottom piece that holds the AC against the window sill?

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If you are getting standing water in the unit, then you may not have the correct angle

shim the front of the unit UP an inch and remove the rear cover to make sure the drain slots are clear


Let me know is I can be of any further assistance
Sean

Posted on May 30, 2010

  • Sean Reisdorf
    Sean Reisdorf May 30, 2010

    if this unit has a removable piece then yes...otherwise, like on the older units, you have to remove the unit from the wall

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