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I have alot of water that gathers on the bottom of the unit and is overflowing on to the floor. WHAT DO i DO TO CORRECT THIS PROBLEM?

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Hi,
Some water is normal on many newer units, but the drain holes often clog with dirt and then they run too full...find the drain holes and clean then out, also make sure the unit is tilted back in the window a bit...

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