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I own a Carrier LCA061P air conditioner that drips condensed water on the foor beneath the window it is mounted in. I tried purposefully to install it with a slight downward slope outside the window, to no avail. Is this condensation normal, and how is the unit supposed to evacuate it properly?

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Make sure the drain holes outside are not plugged,some water is retained by the unit to cool the compressor,but too much water will build up and drain inside

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