Question about Heating & Cooling
Air conditioners lower air temperature by drawing warm air across cold cooling fins. When this happens, water vapor in the air condenses to water droplets. The droplets roll down the fins by gravity to the bottom of the air conditioner. The water drains out via tube, or opening in the air conditioner casing to the ground. This is all perfectly normal and is no cause for concern.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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