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My ge window unit is blowing lots of water out the front of the unit it is a new unit what can i do about this problem

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You might try running the fan on a lower speed so that it does not blow so hard. Also, you appear to be in a high humidity area. Continue to run the unit to cool the room and as the humidity drops, The amount of water the unit is making will be reduced thus curing your problem.

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