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  • hart0502 Jul 30, 2008

    My ac unit is leaking out the front (on the same side that the drain is on, but coming out the front instead of through the drain). I am not an expert installer, and I noticed this morning that it's not level, that it's leaning forward. I need to unscrew it from the window and put a piece of wood under the front or something to make it level (or should it lean slightly back?), right?

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I'm haveing the same problem, I see you wrote this in 2008, so how did you fix it?

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Being a window unit all that I could tell is that it was draining somewhere around the bottom and draining down the front of the window pane

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Where is it leaking water? Need more information.

Posted on May 30, 2008

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