Question about Heating & Cooling
Allot of Window units do not have a drain anymore. The condenser fan picks up the water that lays in the bottom of the unit and slings it against the condenser coil to help keep it cool. If it is not leaking water inside the house it is normal to have some water in the bottom of the unit. This is verified by not having a drain hole or hose. As an A/C service tech I didn't care for this design as allot of people thought that there was a problem when there was not. They also tend to be a little noisier as the water makes noise when it is being thrown around inside the unit. I hope this helps
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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