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L have a HDY-C70 condenser model , the room steams up and condensation is running down the walls, we drain the water collection container after every load.

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I have the same issue, i have had a service tech in and he claims to have fixed it though the problem nremains.is your dryer in an enclosed space??

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Condensation runs down the back of the fridge and collects in the gully sitting at the back of the fridge where the water is then channelled through the drain hole into a container which sits on the compressor, it's then evaporated away.

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I cant help you with the sleep part ... is there a way you can fasten a drain hose to the collection container?

Eventually, you will get the water out of the air in the space you are cooling and the filling of the container will slow down.

The way I see it your options are: (1) keep doing what you are doing (2) get a bigger container (3) find a way to drain the condensate away to a drain or other place where the water can be collected and pumped away.

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Firstly i would try and establish if the unit is on a gravity drain or a pumped drain.

1. If the drain is gravity it means the condensate water will flow with gravity normally straight through the wall, so check for blockages outside and inside, the unit may look clean but if it hasn't been serviced there may be a build up of dirt in the drain.

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