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My Air conditioner blows out water and leaks water INSIDE MY HOUSE!. It get my floor really REALLY WET! Is it suppose to do that? What is wrong?

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  • michelleandh Jul 17, 2008

    my air conditioner is leaking all over my floor, why is this??

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How old is this unit cause the drain pan back in the day , was made of metal and rust. also most of the time, the drain line get full of slime-bacterias -mold pluggs the line . Find the drain line tapp on this to unlodge sludge. If this is pvc pipe,try to introduce bleach into the system to kill the nasty(#$!@*&$'s) Thank-you- very -much!

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Just got mine and its doing the same thing water everywhere I think im returning this asap

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Same problem with a GE Window A/C....dripping water inside the house. I shut it off for 15 minutes, mopped up the mess and turned it back on....so far so good.

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Tilt the unit toward the window opening and clear the drain holes in the back and bottom of the unit from debris.

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