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There should no be any water in the unit. The water that drips out of the unit is a result of the humidity inside the conditioned space being removed and collecting on the coil. This drips off into a pan and drains out. The only thing that need to be either replaced or cleaned are the air filters and the coil in the back of the unit.

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To decrease the volume of the water:
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2) Keep doors and windows close( can open now and again).

I don't know how that portable A/C of your look like but I believe theirs a water pan inside that needs cleaning I think it's full.( best is to service the hole A/C).

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