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I own one of your smaller in-window air conditioners. It is it's 2nd summer. Last summer, it drained all summer from little pipe on the back. This year, it doesn't drain at all. I checked and the drain pipe is clear. Is this alright or should I worry that it is mal-functioning? It's cooling power seems to be the same.

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The condensation has to be going somewhere if not out the drain tube, if unit is working correctly, just hope it's not running down inside your window frame and rotting something. Keep looking, I would.

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