Question about Heating & Cooling
This may be normal for your area if there is excess humidity.
Try finding the drain hose and redirect it somewhere.
If the air conditioner is working (cooling) then that would be the problem.
If not cooking well, then most likely you need to put more freon in it and also check for a leak.
This should be done by a qualified person.
Also, try unplugging it overnight and see if it helps.
You can check if there is excess ice build up on the inside.
By unplugging it, you may solve the ice buildup problem.
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