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There is a drain tray under the fins in the wall unit which collects condensed water and and drain it out through a outlet. Sometime the tray gets clogged wit the dust and thus water instead of going towards outlet gets accumulated at one place and spill over. You can remove the front cover and see this water out let and the tray. Clean it and ensure that it is connected to outlet properly. Also check your water out let pipe which throws the water out is not clogged with the muck/dirt as this the most common cause for water leakage in the machine. The condensed water has no get away,

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