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Unit is leaking water from vents at the front

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In window a/c water leak due to non sloping. Outer cover should be sloped downwards in out side by 1" to allow water flow to outside.
And also the reason with dusty filter and coils. Please service your unit occasionally

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Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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