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The A/C unit should be tilted slightly to the rear and this will allow the water to leak to the outside of the window, you may have to drill a small hole in the case to drain if there is no pre-existing hole.
ok do not worry...every unit comes with outside supports that allow you to tilt the uinit to the outside a little so the water discharge can leake outside and not inside your house...one support go in eachside under th eunit one side connect to the wall and the other side connect to the bottom of the unit...
the whole is need on the side you are going to let the water out...the unis discharge lots of water and need a way out and the hole is for that make suer it is on the back close to the corner and far away from any moving part.(I usually find a place under the fan that is if they do not have one pre-driled
Without the model number, I can't point you to the exact manual for your particular unit. However, here's a link to a web site that has about 38 manuals for various Fedders models. You can download a manual and/or users guide for free and look at the operation and troubleshooting sections to see what you need to do to get your unit working properly.
Just scroll down the page once you get to the web page to locate your particular model number, then click on it.
usually because the drain hole/duct/tube, on the outside is blocked, or the aircon is mounted leaning Into the house, condesate that is supposed to drip into the outer casing and run out the hole is funneled over the lowest point of the casing, the house side.
check and unblock the drain,
and ensure the aircon is mounted tilted back.
what i did was buy a 2x6 cut them all into about 18 inches in length screwed one piece onto the window sill and the other 3 i screwed into that piece going out the window so the a/c unit sits on the wood pieces and clears the window sill that way i dont have to worry about the a/c unit weight on the window it was all on the wood pieces sticking out