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A/C unit leaked out of front

I have a through wall unit, and all of a sudden we got a lot of water draining into the room from the front of the unit. The panel on the outside seems to be attached with some type of plastic plug which I cannot remove. Any tips on how to make sure the unit drains outside?

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  • jswenson Jul 22, 2008

    It's a through wall unit. How do you pull it out?



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Pull out the unit and make sure the drainage is not clogged with slime and dirt. there is a drainage from the front to the rear. clean it before putting it back and tilt it a little bit towards the back too as you return i in place..

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