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MY UNIT IS CREATING ALOT OF CONDENSATION. I HAVE TRIED SO MANY WAYS TO FIX THE PROBLEM. THIS UNIT IS INSTALLED IN A MOBILE HOME. I HAVE OWN THE MOBILE HOME FOR 6 YEARS. HELP!!!!

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Air conditioners are SUPPOSED to make condensation. Lots of water means lots of good air conditioning :-)

Do not fix it. It is not broken.

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