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My new Haier AC is icing up

What can I do to stop my Haier from icing up? I never see water dripping from the outside. I hear water dripping around iside the unit and I wonder if it is draining. What goes on? and how can I stop it from icing up?

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It either needs a good cleaning on the coils and filter or it low on freon.

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