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Aw1291l a/c unit

Our unit is spitting water out the back and sides all over the house instead of collecting where it should on the inside of the unit.
it is a samsung aw1291L

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1. Some A/C's have a plug that needs to be removed from the outside coil.
2. A/C must be tilted so that water runs toward the outside coil.
Making sure of these 2 issues should help. If not, you may have a seiously plugged up condensor coil and need to call a technician.

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Posted on May 31, 2008


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