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FEDDERS WINDOW AIR CONITIONER

MY WINDOW AIR CONITIONER IS LEAKING INSIDE THE WINDOW SILL AND INTO THE HOUSE
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  • ggoodall Oct 22, 2008

    My Fedders A6X08F2B-C window unit is also leaking inside. I took the cosmetic cover off the front and see that the inside coils are standing in water and I can see how it is overflowing the case on the inside of the window sill. The unit is about 1 1/2 years old and has had LOTS of use. I've checked with a level to see if it is sloping properly to the outside and it is. How can I clean out/clear the drain line? How do I access it?



    Thanks, Greg

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Clean the drain so it leaks outside the house.

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