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Ventless use of Genie model KY-32U/11156

I want to use this portable AC in a room where I cannot vent it out the window. I was told this was possible but have never done it before (the machine is from 2001). How exactly do I do this? Obviously I would still need to empty the container where all the condensation collects, but what else?

I need to know this before 10 AM Thursday PDT, so would appreciate a prompt reply.

Thanks in advance--

Roberta

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Hi,

The water tank is full the solution is to Empty the water tank.
The water tank is not installed correctly.Just install it correctly.Completely re-insert the water tank again

See page no 14 in the manual.

click here to download the manual.


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