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Need to know if I can connect a drain hose/tube to my air conditioner model # FAX054-P7A1. I'm having a problem with water collecting in the window sill/track

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Hello, the first thing is make sure the AC is tilted a bit in the window, if it is level the water will collect toward the front of the unit and drip inside. Second if there is a drain hole on tne unit then you can connect a hose to it and let it drain. However if there is no drain hole then the unit uses tne fan blade to splash the water on the condenser and since the condenser is warm/hot it will condense the water.

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I have included a link to the Owner's Manual for a model similar to yours. The instrcutions will be the same. Copy and paste the link into your web browser.

ttp://web1.dlservice.org/dlservice/dataload/istruzio/GB-5715110581.pdf

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