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Blades are hitting water and making a loud noise. no hose in the back of air conditioner to drain water, what should I do

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Is there a removable plug (Metal or plastic on the bottom of the unit ? If so remove the plug (Knife of flat blade screw driver. I believe some units are supposed to disipate the water in the exhaust air. If the unit is over a year old you may need to clean the coils (Behind filter - I am assuming you cleaned the filter) to reduce icing and water build up. I have drilled a hole in some to release the water. You drill a hole in the right or left rear on the bottom and YOU MUST MAKE SURE THERE IS NOTHING ON THE OTHER SIDE WHERE YOU ARE DRILLING (like a freaon line, compressor, wires, etc.).

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