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Hello 22yooper,
Thanks for your answer. But, I still have to question why the unit is turning itself off a hot, humid day--it never did this last summer. And, since it's a portable unit with a "unique design" that is supposed to evaporate water (hence, no hose out of a window), why is so much water in the unit? I really do think something is wrong. Thanks again for your help!

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If you stop and think about it, where is the humidity going from that evaporating water. Right back in your house maybe?

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