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Re: thru the wall pac unit
Yes, typically all through the wall type a/c's are in a sleeve. The sleeve is installed to the building and the a/c slides into the sleeve. Sometimes the a/c wil be fastened or attached to the sleeve, sometimes it will not and it will slide right out. Just be careful, they are very heavy and awkward.
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Don't know if this is the type issue you are having. I had my unit leak all over the place last year and found there was ice buildup on the inside of the unit. You would have to remove the cover completely in order to check this out. Also make sure the drain is clear.
There is no container, it burns it up inside into hot air and sends the moisture out the exhaust tube which you hooked up to the back of the unit and ran either outside or underneath house through flooring. There is one of these units that does come with a bucket in the front bottom drawer that comes out, but if its a PAC ct90 just like mine, there is no water empty it handles all that itself.
I had similar problem .... on very humid days unit leaks ..... temp solution for me was to drain the unit .... inserted wire coat hanger into tube .... lots of watery gook came out.. - even tilted/tipped the unit inorder to get as much water out of it.......afterwards unit worked fine.
We are VERY SASTIFIED with the Delonghi Pinguino - bought it years ago when it first came out and it has provided years of troublefree service .... the water build up / leaking was only recently - in fact we never drained the thing until this year.