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My air conditioner frezzses up sometimes. i got it tilted down on back side.some water drips out .but i wonder if i should take a plug out to let more water out to keep from frezzing up.

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The freezing is caused by too little airflow over the evaporator coil or a low refrigerant charge. Make sure your air filters and the evaporator coil and condenser coil are clean. If the charge is low it may be cheaper to get a new unit than to charge an old one.

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