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There is a lever on my window unit, i'm not really sure what it's for but when it rained the rain come in throught the air conditioner. should that lever be pulled out or pushed in

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It is for out side air,but rain is not supposed to come threw it,remove the unit from the window and clean it out,there is most likely trash in the unit making the rain water run in the house.

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