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We have just pirchased 2 GE window units. We need to know which of the 3 places on the bottom to we knock out for a drain place for th condensation. The model number is AEW10APH1 the serial number is DV353196

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The back corner one, the one away from where the air comes out. The part that hangs out the window

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