I have two of these in my house. One of them apparently has a leak, because no cold air comes out of the vents, and the tray around the bottom of the unit has about 1 1/2 in. of water in it. I have turned the unit off, and used towels to remove the water, but obviously I need to find the leak.
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mcdevito75, Some watches are waterproof, shockproof, and so on. But, no watch is air proof, Believe it or not air is always in your watch and---all air contains water, hot air, cold air, Heat up air and you seperate the water, the air in your watch gets hot on your wrist then cools when you go outside or when you take off the watch. The condensation you see is the tempersture change of the air in your Timex, Believe it or not. It really can"t be stopped, If you can or have a small watch repir shop remove the back and put in another seal around the back cover this should help. Try to keep your watch at a constant temp.