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I have a window unit (ESA 3109-L) that I purchased this summer. I came home from a long weekend away to find water all over the window sill, drywall, and floor. It's coming from the air conditioner. Any suggestions?

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First.The unit needs to be tilted back more so the water drains out of it to the lower back of the unit.

Next,make sure the drain hose or hole is not clogged up.

Last,if this never happend before be sure you didnt have any bad wind and rain while you were gone,somtimes a hard driving storm with wind drivin rain can find its way in around the a/c .

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