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No you do not add water to A/C unit,its job is to remove moisture from the air,so make sure it is draining out the back ,if it wont blow cold after that get rid of it ac units are not to expensev anymore good luck
I presume its a refrigerated air conditioner ?? Not an evaporative type. All refrigerated airconds have an internal drain which collects the moisture buildup off the evaporator coil. This drain will have a hose which runs through the wall to the outside. Have a look outside where all the aircon pipes come out. This hose could be blocked by dirt or a mouse may have chewed a hole in it. Try blowing air up the hose to clear it.
a plastic pan under the unit with some small hose can divert the water elsewhere. use silicone calk to seal the hose in the hole you drilled in the bottom of the pan NEVER DRILL THE PAN OF THE AC UNIT ! use something to catch the water.. if you drill the unit, you take the chance of hitting one if the AC lines !!! there no fix'n that
Check your manufacturers warranty to establish warranty period and also Sam's customer service to see if they will support you. Hose and
connector need to be replaced to eliminate moisture. This can breed
mold if not properly addressed.
Usually an AC unit builds up condensation. If you have a drain hoole or hose that is clogged up therefore not allowing the build up to drain off it will spill over the top of whatever housing the condensation goes into. If you can look for that issue first.
Either the unit is really dirty or it is low on refrigerant. A unit tha is low on refrigerant will start off cold and withing a few minutes, start warming up. If you aren't seeing any water its because of one or both causes listed.