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MY AIR CONDITIONER IS NO LONGER PRODUCING WATER FROM THE BACK

MY AIR IS NO LONGER THROWING OUT COLD AIR AND I THINK ITS BECAUSE THE WATER FROM THE BACK OF THE AIR IS NO LONGER THERE.. hOW CAN I MAKE IT WORK PROPERLY AGAIN?

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Check to make sure the filter is clean. If not, remove it, wash it and start it back up.

The water that you have seen comes from the machine cooling the air, the air conditioner literally squeezes the water out of the air. If it's not blowing cold ... no water.

If cleaning the filter doesn't work, you will probably have to have the unit looked at by a professional.

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