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There is a leak of water in front of the Air Conditioning unit

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Clean floor of unit under coils so front coil water can drain under the coils to the back drain.
Don't forget to tilt them unit a bit to the back to allow the water to drain towards the back.

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Posted on Aug 23, 2010

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