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My air conditioner is not producing any water

My Kenwood 85 unit has been running since yesterday and hasn't produced a drop of water???
it is blowing cold air but doesn't seem to be working as it should be.

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It will take a full season of runnig to produce a cup of water. Most moiisture evaporates and is exhausted out the hose.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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