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If it's a window unit, it may not have enough slope towards the rear for the water to drain outside. Or the unit is freezing up and you're seeing water come out the front due to icing. If that's the case, turn the unit off and let it thaw. Some units have a defrost cycle. Check your Owners Manual for that.

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