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Unit sounds like water is flushing thru on the inside, but there is no leakage anywhere. it sounds like a babbling brook inside the unit.

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It may just be the refrigerant rushing through the system or the condensate water being thrown against the outside coil by the fan blade to evaporate the water, either case is normal

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