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My wall unit is leaking in my outside walls .and it doesnt have a drain on the back of the unit.

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I hear about this problem a lot. The most likely cause is that the unit isn't tipped toward the outside of the building and/or the drain holes in the pan are plugged. Also, it's important to keep an A/C unit clean. It should be cleaned at least annually to ensure that the pan isn't dirty, the coils are clean, and that the fans and filters aren't caked up.

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