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My ac is spitting watter by the vent, and making noise i think it happends when the fan inside hits the water that acumulates inside is there something i can do to fix this and make the water go out

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The AC fan is blowing the water that has condensed on the cooling pipes.It is possible that there is clogging of dirt in the fins of the cooling pipe'
this results in water logging.The filters must be clogged and dirt has accumalated.Use a good air spray or a water jet to clean.The condensed water must flow to the rear of the unit to drain out .{A/C must be fitted slightly tilted.}.Hope this helps.

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