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Continually fills with water and shuts down every hour

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Check to see if it has a condense evacuation pipe ...or if it already has ..this pipe not to be obstructed or filled with something ...The water inside the AC is caused by the humidity in the air ..that cause the condense to form on the cold parts inside and if it has no evacuation pipe ...it will accumulate inside and shut it down ..
So the issue is the pipe ...be sure it exist ...(it may have beed removed for some reason ..) and if it does not to be obstructed...or to be in a position that will allow the water to drain ..Aniway the presence of the ewater is normal ..but not in such quantity and it should be evacuated by that pipe as soon as it is formed by condensing ...The pipe should be in the lower side....in fact in the lowest ..so that it can drain ...if for some reason (cause the water was draining and make a mess) you obstructed ..or lift it up ...release it ..amd put some kinda tank there or something to drain in ...

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