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I moved my air conditioning unit and water poured out of it. is that normal? and how long /should I wait before plugging it up again

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This is fairly normal. What happened is that the unit was not in the window correctly and/or the drain hole(s) is(are) blocked. When the unit is installed, it should be tilted slightly away from the house. If it isn't shim it so it is. also, there should be holes on the bottom of it for the water to drain out. make sure they are not blocked. You do not have to wait to plug it in unless you had it turned in a direction other than right side up for a period of time.

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